Temporal confusion abounds as the Fourth Doctor and Sara Jane Smith end up in 1911 instead of the present day. Of course it’s more than just bad luck for them as there are robot mummies wondering around, as well as an alien god and a number of traps hiding around the corner.
The Third Doctor and Jo find themselves in the middle of a small problem, having landed on a famous lost ship, which isn’t lost it’s just trapped inside of a Miniscope. The down side is Jo and the Doctor are trapped as well, along with a few other monsters. Not to mention the carny folk outside who are trying to run the show.
The Black Guardian still has his sights set on the Fifth Doctor, luckily he’s still trying to use Turlough to do the job and he’s not very good at it. Though he does get the TARDIS crew stranded on a space liner carrying a number of sick people, taking them all to Terminus, which holds a number of odd secrets about the universe.
Looking back at a Second Doctor story that’s been reconstructed using animation for half of it. This is The Moonbase, where the Doctor, Ben, Polly and Jamie encounter the Cybermen that are trying to use a gravity weather device stationed on the Moon to destroy the Earth.
The Trial of a Timelord continues as now even the plant life is getting in on the act as the Sixth Doctor looks to the future and an adventure with a brand new companion, Mel. Of course just because it’s an interstellar cruise doesn’t mean that there isn’t going to be a workout for the crew.
Through a series of events not easily explained The Seventh Doctor and Mel have found themselves in 1959 Wales. Luckily they have found a Holiday camp to stay at, unluckily they have to deal with alien princesses, mercenaries, bees, stalkerish mechanics and a bus full of alien tourists. But to make things more interesting, there is an almost companion in the mix… so they got that going from them, which is nice.
Halloween has arrived in the Untempered Schism, so to celebrate we’ve decided to look at something very scary. Love & Monsters, the first of the Doctor “lite” stories featuring the Tenth Doctor and Rose, as well as some normal humans who get caught up in the Doctor’s wake.
When you’re traveling in the TARDIS time is never quite where you left it. Of course that usually happens because of the time machine, not because you ended up getting stuck a multi-time stream clinic that kills you with kindness. Still, space time is flexible and a few paradoxes won’t break everything in the universe… this time.
The time has finally arrived for us to meet the newest incarnation of the Doctor as he arrives via T-Rex to Victorian England. Not that the Doctor will get a chance to relax post regeneration as there is always something weird going on. Weird, but oddly familiar…
While searching for something to help Ramsay, the Vortisaur the Doctor and Charley ‘rescued’ from the R-101, our two time travellers shortly find themselves on board a salvage craft heading out to a derelict star destroyer. The crew are suspicious of the Doctor and Charley (especially since they’re – again – found over the body of a dead crew member), the captain is mysterious and seems to have her own plans, and the star destroyer itself holds a deadly secret… that is just starting to awaken.