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Appearing in "Terror Stalks the Everglades!"Edit
- Maa-Gor (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Terror Stalks the Everglades!"Edit
Having been called to Miami, Florida by Barbara Morse and Paul Allen, Ka-Zar has troubles upon landing when Zabu gets loose from his cage and tries to attack people unloading the plane. Barbara and Paul manage to whisk Ka-Zar to safety before the secrecy of their mission is blown by Ka-Zar being arrested. Along the way into the Everglades, Ka-Zar is told that he was brought up from the Savage Land in order to help them find their colleague Ted Sallis. Ted had gone missing while in the process of creating a biochemical breakthrough, and they fear that Ellen Brandt -- who is in league with AIM might be responsible.
Their jeep is attacked by AIM soldiers, and they crash into the nearby swamp, where Ka-Zar and Zabu save the two scientists from alligators. Getting to land Barbara and Paul take Ka-Zar to a hospital to meet their colleague Dr. Wilma Calvin, who is in a coma. They explain to Ka-Zar that not long ago, while they were continuing their research in creating a new super-soldier serum, reports of a monster lurking the swamps spread across the area. When Barbara was held hostage by the locals, who blamed the scientists for the monster, they were attacked by the "Man-Thing", and burned by the creatures touch, Dr. Calvin was also attacked by the creature and hence why she is in a coma.
Becoming aware of that they are being watched by the very creature they have spoken of, Ka-Zar and Zabu chase after the muck-monster. The Man-Thing ends up falling into a pit, dug out by AIM, and when Ka-Zar stumbles upon the AIM foot soldiers, his battle with them is abruptly ended when he falls into the same pit as well. Ka-Zar come around to realize that he is alone in the pit with the Man-Thing.
This story is continued next issue...
- Script (story pages): Thomas pages 1-9, 17-21, Wein pages 10-16 (Man-Thing sequence)
- Pencils (story pages): Buscema pages 1-9, 17-21, Adams pages 10-16, Romita (touchups) pages 10-16
- Inks (story pages): Adkins pages 1-9, 17-21, uninked pages 10-16
- Letters (story pages): Costa pages 1-9, 17-21, Rosen pages 10-16
- Second appearance of the Man-Thing. First in-color appearance; he made a chronologically earlier appearance in the "Behold the Man-Thing" story-arc in Marvel Comics Presents #164-167. His last actual appearance was in the third story in Savage Tales #1.
- Storyline continues next issue.
- "Terror in the Everglades!" Perhaps the greatest Ka-Zar saga of all, as the jungle lord comes face to face with - the Man-Thing!
- No trivia.
- Ka-Zar image gallery
- Ka-Zar chronology page
- Ka-Zar quotes page
- Man-Thing image gallery
- Man-Thing chronology page
- Man-Thing quotes page
- Zabu/Appearances|Zabu chronology page
- Ka-Zar (Volume 1)
- Ka-Zar (Volume 2)
- Ka-Zar (Volume 3)
- Ka-Zar the Savage (Volume 1)
- Man-Thing (Volume 1)
- Man-Thing (Volume 2)
- Man-Thing (Volume 3)
- Man-Thing (Volume 4)
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Astonishing Tales article at Wikipedia
- Astonishing Tales series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Ka-Zar article at Wikipedia
- Ka-Zar profile at the Marvel Directory
- Ka-Zar profile at Spiderfan.org
- Ka-Zar profile at Pulp Heroes
- Man-Thing profile at Wikipedia
- Ka-Zar profile at Toonopedia
- Man-Thing profile at the Marvel Directory
- Man-Thing profile at Toonopedia
- Man-Thing movie entry at the Internet Movie Database (IMDB)
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