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Appearing in "The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed!"Edit

A man is going to be hanged on Monday so he escapes from jail and gets a potion from a witch doctor that will remove all Mondays from his life. He forgot that he was born on a Monday.

Appearing in "The Voice from Nowhere"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Voice from Nowhere"Edit

A man at the airport picks up a suitcase containing a ventriloquist's doll by accident and it gives life-saving advice to the pilot.

Appearing in "Effigy!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Effigy!"Edit

A painter paints a painting of a dead man he dislikes who shoots him in the shoulder.

Appearing in "We the Jury"Edit

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Synopsis for "We the Jury"Edit

When a man on trial for murder suddenly finds himself within the jury room as a mental projection, he possesses one juror and argues forcefully for a second degree conviction so he will not be sent to the chair. What he doesn't know until after the verdict is read is that the other jurors actually wanted to acquit him.

Appearing in "The Night of March 5th"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Night of March 5th"Edit

A spy steals a time machine that moves him forward one year. When people he knows react with fear when they see him, he sets the machine to take him back one year. As his boss brings in gunmen to liquidate him, he realizes his friends were afraid because he is dead one year hence.

Appearing in "Mister Mason's Strange Problem"Edit

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Synopsis for "Mister Mason's Strange Problem"Edit

A man insults a fakir and is punished by gradually being removed from existence.

  • "The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed!" reprinted in Strange Tales #176
  • "Effigy!" reprinted in Vault of Evil #16
  • Imprint: Atlas Comics
  • Frequency: 8 Issues
  • Price: $.10
  • Last Issue, Victim of the Atlas Implosion


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