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Abslom Daak returns in Doctor Who: Nemesis of the Daleks

Doctor Who: Nemesis of the Daleks

At this time of year everyone is taking stock of their lot in life and making the kind of wholesale changes that only last until February.

Abslom Daak returns in Doctor Who: Nemesis of the Daleks

But there’s one man, the kind of man who isn’t renewing his gym membership, cutting out carbs and putting a little aside for a trip to the Seychelles.

This year, he’ll be doing what he’s always done; what he lives to do.

His name is Abslom Daak. He kills Daleks.

Hacking through your Amazon wish list with his trusty Chainsword comes the much-anticipated second volume of comic strips collecting the Seventh Doctor’s complete adventures from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine. Here the Time Lord has some of his most exciting adventures yet, throughout the infinity of time and space.

It’s Doctor Who: Nemesis of the Daleks!

Written by Richard Starkings (as Richard Alan) John Tomlinson (as Steve Alan) with art by Lee Sullivan, Doctor Who: Nemesis of the Daleks is available now to pre-order from Amazon for just £10.23, or if you prefer from Forbidden Planet for £12.99 (RRP £15.99) for release on 8 April 2013.


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