- Surrender your world to BOMBU or suffer total annihilation! Behold the awesome... um... potentially destructive power of the Wallah Wallah Bing Bang!
- -- Bombu
Appearing in "Bring on the Bombu!"Edit
- Bombu (Final appearance)
- Ting Tang
- Wallah Wallah Bing Bang
Synopsis for "Bring on the Bombu!"Edit
The alien conqueror of Oobagon VIII, Bombu, reports to his high commander. The commander wants Bombu to attempt a second conquest of the planet Earth. Bombu uncomfortably details the circumstances behind his first failed attempt, but the commander sends him on the mission anyway.
Bombu appears in the middle of a major metropolitan city, threatening to decimate the world with the power of his Wallah Wallah Bing Bang. Two police officers, fearing that Bombu might actually pose a bit of a threat, increase the power setting on their tasers and take him down. Bombu is arrested and thrown into a county jail. Afforded the benefit of a single telephone call, Bombu contacts his high commander to report that his second attempt to conquer the Earth met with the same level of success as his first attempt.
Appearing in "The Return of Monstrollo, the Terror of Hollywood"Edit
- Rachel Tompkins (First appearance)
- Roger Cashman (First appearance)
- Monstrollo (Final appearance)
Synopsis for "The Return of Monstrollo, the Terror of Hollywood"Edit
Down and out movie producer Charles Hudson tries to get back on his feet by "discovering" a struggling actress named Rachel Tompkins. Charles pitches a television program idea to MMP executive Roger Cashman, but Cashman turns the idea down. He later discovers that Cashman has stolen his idea and plans on producing his own series without giving Hudson his due credit. To get revenge, Hudson discovers the giant monster known as Monstrollo. With the help of some aliens, Hudson brings Monstrollo to life and hires him as his agent. He goads Monstrollo into terrorizing Hollywood. This tactic proves so effective that Charles is able to open his own production studio, Hudson Pictures. Monstrollo makes certain Hudson works with only top talent.
Appearing in "The Shadow of Manoo"Edit
- Billie Jones (Final appearance)
- Manoo (Final appearance)
- Dean Haspiel
- Professor Guinan
- Keld (Only appearance; dies)
- Farnsworth College (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Shadow of Manoo"Edit
Billie Jones and her boyfriend Evan are camping in the wood. Billie finds a crashed alien spacecraft. The dying alien pilot warns her that a being known as Manoo has infiltrated Earth society and can only be identified by the their shadow, which shows the alien's true form. Armed with a ray gun, Billie begins scouting Farnsworth College in search of Manoo and his minions. She reveals that several staff members are alien infiltrators, but is horrified to discover that she too is a brainwashed agent of Manoo.
Appearing in "I Was Trapped by Titano, the Monster That Time Forgot!"Edit
- Commander Hartnell (First appearance)
- U.S. Navy battleship
Synopsis for "I Was Trapped by Titano, the Monster That Time Forgot!"Edit
A gigantic, mutant crab is sighted terrorizing various islands in the South Pacific. When the American military learn of this, they assign Commander Hartnell to put a stop to the crustacean threat that has become known as Titano. Hartnell's crew has several encounters with Titano and they eventually lure him to the Arctic. Hartnell maneuvers his ship so deftly that he manages to trap Titano between two giant glaciers.
- "I Was Trapped by Titano, the Monster That Time Forgot!" was originally printed in Tales to Astonish #10.
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- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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