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|Based on:||Mawdryn Undead|
|Companion(s):||Nyssa, Tegan, Turlough|
|Main setting:||Earth, 1983 and June 1977|
|Publisher:||Target Books, W.H. Allen|
|Release number:||82 (given to later editions)|
|Release date:||12 January 1984|
|Format:||Hardcover and paperback editions; 8 chapters, 119 Pages|
Publisher's summary Edit
1984 edition Edit
The Doctor's time-travelling machine is trapped in the flight-path of an alien spacecraft in orbit around the Earth. To avoid the fatal impact of a head-on collision the TARDIS resorts to the only escape possible and materialises onboard the on-coming liner.
This solves the immediate problem, but a new difficulty arises- the TARDIS cannot get off the ship until a radio signal transmitting from Earth has been disconnected.
Naturally enough, things don't go quite as planned...
Chapter titles Edit
- An Accidental Meeting
- A New Enemy
- An Old Friend
- The Alien in the TARDIS
- Return to the Ship
- Rising of the Undead
- Double Danger of the Brigadier
- All Present and Correct
Deviations from televised story Edit
- The Brigadier's decline is explored.
- Turlough feels contempt for his school.
Writing and publishing notes Edit
- Early artworked covers were rejected for reasons relating to the use of the likeness of certain actors on covers without permission, approval and remuneration.
- Featured quotation: “You cannot know or dream just who I am! But every sea and every ocean and every sailor who sails across the world will know this ship, the terror of the godly: the `Flying Dutchman” is my name!' Richard Wagner
- Dedication: `For Keith Shand'
British publication history Edit
- W.H. Allen & Co. Ltd. UK