Target Books' Doctor Who output in 1984 was aggressive. Though dominated by tales of the Fifth Doctor, the first three Doctors returned to the range. It was an especially good year for the Second Doctor, who had two new adaptations.
|082||Mawdryn Undead||Peter Grimwade||5th||Nyssa, Tegan, Turlough, the Brigadier, Black Guardian||Mawdryn Undead||12 January 1984|
|084||Kinda||Terrance Dicks||Adric, Nyssa, Tegan, Mara||Kinda||15 March 1984|
|083||Snakedance||Nyssa, Tegan, Mara||Snakedance||3 May 1984|
|085||Enlightenment||Barbara Clegg||Tegan, Turlough, White Guardian, Black Guardian||Enlightenment||24 May 1984|
|086||The Dominators||Ian Marter||2nd||Jamie, Zoe, Dominators, Quarks||The Dominators||19 July 1984|
|087||Warriors of the Deep||Terrance Dicks||5th||Tegan, Turlough, Silurians, Sea Devils||Warriors of the Deep||16 August 1984|
|088||The Aztecs||John Lucarotti||1st||Susan, Ian, Barbara||The Aztecs||20 September 1984|
|089||Inferno||Terrance Dicks||3rd||Liz, the Brigadier, Benton||Inferno||18 October 1984|
|090||The Highlanders||Gerry Davis||2nd||Ben, Polly, Jamie||The Highlanders||15 November 1984|
|091||Frontios||Christopher H. Bidmead||5th||Tegan, Turlough||Frontios||10 December 1984|
Reprints and other title covers
- After two years of using photographic covers for the Fifth Doctor novelisations, Target resumed the use of artistic covers for that Doctor's era (made possible by simply omitting the Doctor from the artwork).