Synopsis: On the Minister of Defence's orders, the Doctor is abducted from his holiday cottage and taken to the village of Puddlesfield. There he is shown the cast and crew of a BBC drama who have all been turned into plastic. Investigating on his own, the Doctor discovers that most of the villagers have become the plasticised slaves of evil genius, Professor Midas. The Professor intends to use his plastic ray weapon to control the world but first he must rid himself of the only person who stands in his way - the Doctor.
Notes: Story comes as close to using the Autons--monsters that had created a huge stir in the UK at the outset of the Third Doctor's televised run--without actually using the Autons. This is probably due to the fact that the Autons were property of the televised program's writer, and not generally a part of the Doctor Who license.Cassell's credit here is for "additional coloring". The main color work might be presumed to be Lindfield himself, but it has never been established with certainty that pre-Marvel Doctor Who strips that were originally printed in color had that work done by the principal artist.
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: Leaving his grandchildren in the TARDIS, the Doctor explores a volcano. He soon discovers that the volcano is in fact a secret base from which an evil master mind intends to dominate the Universe. The Doctor attempts to thwart the plan depositing the villain's deadly missiles in the heart of the volcano where they explode.