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Appearing in "When the Mummy Walks"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #31.
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Synopsis for "When the Mummy Walks"Edit

A man has a theory that the Egyptian pyramids where built as copies of single large pyramid that was built as a prison to contain some menace. He travels to Egypt to locate the lost pyramid and succeeds in finding it. Unknown to him, his assistant is plotting to kill him and grab the glory of the discovery for himself. When the man penetrates the inner chamber, he discovers a huge mummy lying on a stone slab. The assistant sets off explosive charges to seal the man in the crypt with the mummy, and the mummy stirs, awoken by the sound of the explosion. The mummy scoffs at his 'prison' theory, stating "I built this myself as I am an alien to your world, though my memory is clouded after my long sleep and I cannot recall why." The mummy attacks the man and he hides, but the mummy knocks a hole into the pyramid wall. When they emerge, the assistant dies of fright at the shock of the sight and the mummy recalls too late that this planet's atmosphere is poisonous to him which is why he built the pyramid shelter. The mummy topples dead in the sand and the man is saved.

Appearing in "Dead Planet"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales to Astonish #27.
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Synopsis for "Dead Planet"Edit

A warrior race dispatches one of their conquerors to the planet whereupon they have detected intelligent life, but after the ship has dropped him off and departed not to return for several years hence, he can find no sign of civilization. The weeks turn to months then months to years and eventually the warrior loses the will to live and expires on what appears to him to be a dead world. It turns out the inhabitants were disguised as rocks.

Appearing in "They Vanished Forever!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #98.
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Synopsis for "They Vanished Forever!"Edit

An old ship captain and his crew find a seemingly-deserted ship. Upon boarding, they find one survivor who cannot remember what happened. The man is brought back to shore, but at an inquiry more questioning reveals nothing. Finally alone, it's revealed that the survivor is lying, and that the ship and crew encountered the legendary ship 'The Flying Dutchman', its ghost crew, and a hold of treasure. The man was the only one who did not loot the ship, and the rest of his crew-mates become ghosts, doomed to replace the original crew of The Flying Dutchman...

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