David Gerrold's Doctor Who versus Star Trek comic


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#2

Why would tribbles be a problem for Daleks?

All the Daleks need to do is set off enough bombs, the tribbles can’t stop than, and then they will have no more Tribbles!


#3

The big question is, would the daleks’ feedstock be compatible with tribble biology? If so, a couple of tribbles suitably spread around could definitely make things difficult for them.

I wouldn’t expect the Doctor to put the cute, innocent little furrballs into the sights of the daleks like that, but under the right conditions they’d be darned difficult to exterminate.


#4

On that note, how about a Doctor Who/Dr. Strangelove crossover where the former doctor has the keep the Daleks and the humans from Skaroforming Earth?


#5

I’m curious how this works in-universe, since characters from Doctor Who have referenced Star Trek at least a couple times.


#6

And the Borg are based on the Cybermen, down to assimilation, though depending on the version of continuity, the Cybermen don’t all have one origin.


#7

It’s happened both ways. Who and Trek have influenced each other.

I do know that there is a quick moment in TNG, where the computer on the Enterprise actually lists out all of the actors who played the Doctor in the database. Can’t remember what episode though…


#8

So this is another take on the Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover.

It’s been done with 11+ Amy/Rory visiting Next Gen Trek with cybermen/borg involvement.
Spoiler - it’s revealed that Doc #4 visited Kirk in the past.


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