The Doctor and Peri find themselves in the Museum of Aural Antiquities, where every sound is stored for posterity — from the speeches of Visteen Krane to security service wire taps and interrogation tapes. But they also find an intruder, mysteriously changed recordings, and a dead body.
Before long the Doctor realises that there is more going on than a simple break-in or murder. How can he defeat a creature that is made of pure sound?
For centuries, the planet Eerlik has had a thriving civilization, completely run, maintained, and administered by a giant sentient computer. But now that computer is breaking down and the desperate inhabitants are helpless to repair the damage. Only the crew of the U.S.S. da Vinci, accompanied by Geordi La Forge, can hope to fix the massive computer before the Eerlikkan society collapses entirely. Their mission grows more dangerous, however, when they discover evidence of sabotage — and learn firsthand that hostile forces will do whatever it takes to stop Gold and his crew from saving the imperiled planet!
We know what Max is doing on the road of fury but do you ever wonder what everyone else is up. Well wonder no more as we journey to world almost done where the remnants of humanity or about to force themselves into extinction over bureaucracy and finances….
Last issue we had Vixen and the Juggernaut; well this week we’ve got Courtney Ross and Arcade. And the Crazy Gang too; an inept band of super villains themed on Lewis Carroll’s literary works, except when they are Britain’s premier crime fighting team Excalibur in ….
The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Turlough to the London of 1702 where a mysterious highwayman roams the streets, a local occultist has made contact with the dead and gentlemen of fashion are disappearing, only to find themselves in a chamber whose walls weep blood…
The time travellers become enmeshed in the hideous plans of Sir Nikolas Valentine, a gambler at the mysterious Diabola Club who always seems to have a winning hand…