The Deputy Sheriff, usually hostile to Robin Hood, sends a message to Sherwood declaring a truce. Out of necessary, he requires the outlaws’ help. Robin, suspecting treachery, formulates a plan of campaign.
When he hears that Sir Watkyn’s men-at-arms have extorted livestock and wages from the peasants, Frier Tuck turns to the church for help. Sir Watkyn has denied the the charge, but Father Ignatius – abetted by Robin – has a solution to the problem.
Former Crusader M’Boland decides to make some money by capturing the outlaw leader, and demanding payment from the Sheriff. He soon discovers that you must first capture your prey – and Robin has ideas of his own.
When Marian tells Robin that, following the death of her father. Her estate is to be taken over by Sir Quentin, Robin has other ideas – particularly when he suspects the Sheriff is behind the scheme.
Sir Marmot, a Norman knight, seizes travelers and then places them on trail on trumped up charges. If they refuse to pay the fine he imposes, he sentences them to work on his estate. One of his victims is Little John – which proves to be a very costly mistake.
Edgar, Friar Tuck’s identical twin brother, arrives in Nottingham and brings mayhem in his wake: he has agreed to lead the Sheriff to the outlaw camp – little realising that by doing so, he places his brother’s life in peril.
A Roman warrior leads a revolt against an evil ruler.
Muscleman Ohro travels to the sinful capital of Atlantis to rebuke its godlessness and hubris and becomes involved in the battle against its evil lord Yoh-tar and his hideous super-science schemes.
The king of Telbia defeats an African army through the intervention of the war god Mars. Remaining on Earth, Mars falls in love with the human girl Daphne, but she is forced to become a priestess in the temple of Venus.