DOCTOR WHO: AGE OF CHAOS was one of the few former GENESIS 92 projects to survive the implosion.
Published as a magazine format one-shot (some sources incorrectly describe it as graphic novel) in 1994, it ran the Colin Baker-scripted strip which had originally been planned as part of the US line.
The four-part limited series, which would have been the first original WHO strips for US comics since the sixties DOCTOR WHO AND THE DALEKS movie adaptation one-shot, had been put on hiatus, and subsequently cancelled, when the G92 line started to run into trouble in late 1993.
The four chapters were reworked here into one continuous story, removing the chapter breaks by tweaking the artwork.
This hefty colour staple-strainer wasn't widely distributed at the time (WHO had been off-screen for several years and Colin Baker's sixth Doctor for almost a decade) and is fairly hard-to-find now. To date, it's never been reprinted.
The cover, by Alan Davis, was originally planned for the first issue and used in the PR for the limited series.