But, before that, the TV 21 strips themselves have been reprinted many times throughout the years in various Doctor Who and Daleks publications : -
But, the story didn't end there as writer, John Lawrence and artist, Ron Turner had two more stories to tell, the first of which was published in the six issues of the Doctor Who Magazine, - #249 to #254!
But, John Lawrence has told this last tale, with the rest of the story being finished by Lee Sullivan in the Vworp, Vworp! Magazine issue #3, shown below with three different variant covers!
A very similar image to that on the cover of the first annual was used for the boxes of the Cadets sweet cigarettes packets!
The first 25 cards to be collected in these came in packets with the design below on the reverse of the packets : -
Some of the pictures from that first annual were used in the Painting Book below : -
Whereas, this painting book used drawings of stills from the film, such as those used in the Dr. Who And The Daleks U.S. Dell comic book!
The Dalek Pocketbook paperback, below, also used some pictures reprinted from that first annual!
The Dalek World, 1966 was the second annual published for Christmas, 1965, containing many new strips : -
Pictures from both the first annual and the first movie were used inside this puzzle book : -
The Dalek Outer Space Book, 1967 was published in time for the Christmas market of 1966 and contained more new strips and stories : -
The annual below came out in time for Christmas, 1975 and contained new strips : -
In 1976, the book below contained some TV21 Daleks strips reprinted in colour : -
Also in 1976, came this book, which included a new strip!
At the end of the year, the annual below included some more TV 21 strips reprinted in colour, as did the following year's annual!
In 1978, an Activity Book and a Colouring Book came out....
SOME OTHER PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST!
But, it doesn't end with the aforementioned comic strips! There are also some excellent CGI Daleks comic strips, like The Great War by Trevor and Laurie Sproston : -
And, as a kind of postscript, here is one which I hope might happen one day!