A page from the story 'Neuronic Nightmare' (Doctor Who Annual 1976). Harry has now had plastic surgery, again.


A page from The Psychic Jungle (Doctor Who Annual 1976). Note Harry Sullivan and Sarah Jane Smith's rather dramatic makeovers, which might lead the uncharitable to think that Paul had never actually seen them.

Paul Crompton was a comics artist/writer who contributed Doctor Who strips and covers to the Doctor Who Annual from 1976-1980, as well as one Doctor Who story (Double Trouble) in TV Comic, also in 1976. He is notable for having drawn The Doctor's companion Harry Sullivan with completely different physical characteristics in two stories in the same (1976) annual, while managing on both occasions to make him in no way resemble Ian Marter, the actor who played him on TV. He also inexplicably drew Sarah Jane Smith as a blonde in one of them. He later wrote for the 1980 annual.

For the record, Paul: this is what Harry Sullivan should look like:

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