Synopsis: In the London of 1863, the Doctor becomes the victim of a young pick-pocket, Charlie Fisher. However, both end up in the dock when the Doctor absentmindly tries to give a cabby a Seventies' bank-note. With Charlie's help, the Doctor escapes with his young companion to the TARDIS. Intending to give Charlie a new start, the Doctor pilots the TARDIS to America where the two become embroiled in the battle of Gettysburg. After meeting President Lincoln and ensuring a victory for the North, the Doctor and his companion discover that the TARDIS has been confiscated by General Grant. To retrieve it, the Doctor and Charlie become the reluctant partners of two southern outlaws.
Notes: McCormack is responsible for additional coloring present only in this printing. The story was originally partially printed in color, and that artist remains unknown.
Synopsis: The Doctor and the TARDIS are abducted by Andron, a member of the time police from the far-flung future of England. Imprisoned in a stasis box with Victorian time-traveller Theophillus Tolliver, the Doctor learns that they are in New Britain which is governed by someone or something called Mar-Kom who has outlawed time travel. Subjected to trial-by-combat with a robot, the Doctor and Theo discovers that Mar-Kom is in fact a giant robot controlled by a vast computer installed in St Paul's Cathedral. With the population of Earth frozen in time, the Doctor and Theo fight to overpower the mad computer's rule before its robotic forces can stop them.
Notes: Langford had artistic chores only on parts 1-2.
Synopsis: At a zoo, the Doctor and the Brigadier are attacked by an escaped flock of parrots who have suddenly become inexplicable aggressive. The Doctor quickly traces the trouble to a group of visiting children from Arkwood Private School. As the Doctor and the Brigadier arrive at the school to investigate, ten-year old genius, Cedric Matthews uses his drug on his fellow pupils and leads them on a rampage of destruction.