Appearing in "The Shambler from the Stars"Edit
- Robert (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)
- Bronson (First appearance)
- Unnamed reclusive scholar (Only appearance; dies) (Only in flashback)
- Shambler from the Stars (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)
- Ludvig Prinn (First appearance) (Only in flashback)
- Father Yig (Mentioned)
- Dark Han (Mentioned)
- Serpent-bearded Byatis (Mentioned)
- Sadoquae (Invoked)
Races and Species:
- Necronomicon (Mentioned)
- Book of Eibon (Mentioned)
- De Vermis Mysteriis ("The Mysteries of the Worm") (First appearance)
- Train (Only in flashback)
- Police car (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Shambler from the Stars"Edit
A man finds a copy of an occult book which allows him and a fellow occultist to summon the Shambler from the Stars. It kills the one who read the summoning, but the man burns the book and the house down. The police arrest him and charge him with murder but he tells his lawyer that he knows that the Shambler will come for him in jail. This is the first in an unofficial trilogy - the second installment being "The Haunter of the Dark" (written by H.P. Lovecraft, adapted in the next issue) and rounded out by "The Shadow in the Steeple" (adapted in issue #5), also by Robert Bloch.
Appearing in "Revenge From the Rhine"Edit
- Kptn. Graf Horst von Angst (Main story and flashback)
- German airmen (Only in flashback)
- Allies (Main story and flashback)
- "Dieu"/God (Invoked)
- Otto (farmer)
Races and Species:
- World War I (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Revenge From the Rhine"Edit
A WWI fighter pilot wants his Blue Max medal so he shoots down a French pilot after peace has been declared. His two wingmen testify against his foul deed and so he catches up with them later and kills them as well. Years later, the three ghosts return and have their revenge.
Appearing in "Genius"Edit
Synopsis for "Genius"Edit
--For a full synopsis of this comic, please see the original publishing of this comic in Menace #4.--
- "The Shambler from the Stars" is adapted from the short story "The Shambler from the Stars" by American author Robert Bloch.
"The Shadow on the Steeple" — by master storyteller Robert Bloch! Plus two other dead-of-night shockers!
- No trivia.
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