Contest!  |  Add New Content  |  Top Issues  |  Register  |  Marketplace  |  Forums  |  Request a Feature  |  Help  |  Mobile  |  Home
 

Login
Username:  
Password:  
   

Register for free
Social Media: Facebook Twitter Tumblr
Search:
   
   
   

  Search by Cover Date

Browse:
  Titles
  Creators
  Characters
  Groups
  Story Arcs
  Publishers
  Imprints
  TPBs/HCs
  Podcasts
  Awards
  Members
  Contributors
  Public Collections
  Public User Lists

Last 10 titles added:
  1. MTV's The Head A Legend ...
  2. Face Vaule Comics (2013)
  3. Hero Cats (2014)
  4. reuse8 (1998)
  5. Never Underestimate a He...
  6. Hell: The Princess of Da...
  7. Tonto (1951)
  8. Sherlock Holmes The Adve...
  9. Simpsons One-Shot Wonder...
  10. The Jester's Curse (2013...
   View All

Last 10 creators added:
  1. David Stern
  2. Linda Walter
  3. Jerry Walter
  4. Angela Kot
  5. David Kot
  6. Briana Higgins
  7. Ryan Sellers
  8. Marcus Williams
  9. Kyle Puttkammer
  10. Richard Watson
   View All

Last 10 characters added:
  1. Dash (Marvel)(2099)
  2. The Machinist (DC)(Post-...
  3. Stone, Camden
  4. Goleano, Figsy
  5. David (C.O.W.L.)
  6. Daley, Richard Joseph
  7. Squall (DC)(Post-Flashpo...
  8. Lowe, Nancy
  9. Lowe, Alderman
  10. Dass (DC)(Post-Flashpoin...
   View All


   
Werelox (various)
Real Name:
Search for 'Werelox (various)' on Amazon


Bio:
Lupine aliens. Essentially werewolves. Like Ogrons, they are a species of relatively primitive organics used by the Daleks to "soften up" a population prior to invasion.

Notes:
These creatures are somewhat illogical. Like earthbound werewolves, they transform into their more aggressive selves by the light of the moon. However, they're shown to be spacefaring. Since moonlight is reflective, and the quality of that reflection is dependent upon fixed orbits, it's unclear how, from a moving space ship, they could receive adequate amounts of moonlight to remain in their lupine form. The angles would be, one would think, all wrong, unless the spaceship could be brought into some kind of fixed orbit.

All that said, it's possible these aliens had some sort of influence upon Russell T. Davies as he wrote a 2006 episode of Doctor Who, "Tooth and Claw".

First Appearance: Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #27

View a chronological listing of this character's appearances

Issue Appearances:
Doctor Who (1984)

Doctor Who Graphic Novel (2004)
Doctor Who Magazine (1979)

Group Affiliation(s):
None.

Famous Quotes: - Add a Famous Quote
None.



< Previous Character | Next Character >




Add this character to a run of issues in a title

Suggest an image for this character

View the contribution history for this character

     

© 2005-2014 ComicBookDB.com - Terms and Conditions - Privacy Policy Special thanks to Brian Wood for the ComicBookDB.com logo design