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- You stay right there gorgeous ... or I'll break every bone in your body!
- -- Sub-Mariner
Appearing in "The Reprehensible Riddle of... the Sorcerer!"Edit
- United States of America
- Africa (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "The Reprehensible Riddle of... the Sorcerer!"Edit
A new villain known only as the Sorcerer is causing problems for Spider-Man. First he tests his power by giving Spider-Man terrible headaches, then uses his power to control Spider-Man and send him all the way to New Orleans where he forces him to battle a robot he calls the Synthetic Man. The Synthetic Man's downfall comes when he attempts to send a taunting package to Spider-Man through the mail and the post office workers, assuming it's a gag, return the package to sender. The mailman rings his doorbell, the very sound of the doorbell causing a malfunction in the Sorcerer's equipment that feeds back into his brain, and apparently kills him. With the Sorcerer dead there is no one and nothing to control the Synthetic Man, who walks into the Gulf of Mexico and sinks to the bottom.
Appearing in "The Sub-Mariner"Edit
- Unnamed Spirit
- Undisclosed Ocean Location
Synopsis for "The Sub-Mariner"Edit
The Sub-Mariner discovers a deadly wind tunnel in an undersea grotto along with an avenging spirit, in the form as a beautiful girl. Reprints Sub-Mariner Comics #34
Appearing in "The Return of the Human Torch"Edit
- Chief Wilson
- Uncle Julius (Death)
- Dr. Markov
Synopsis for "The Return of the Human Torch"Edit
Young gang members are on a crime spree. The Human Torch discovers that elderly men are undergoing treatment with a unscrupulous doctor to have a procedure that restores their youth. In return the men must serve him as criminals. Toro's Uncle Julius is a part of the plot. The Torch and Toro raid their headquarters and find that the procedure only works for a few weeks and then its subjects become dust. The Torch and Toro defeat the Doctor and his criminals and an explosion destroys the machine as well as the criminals (including Uncle Julius!) Reprints Human Torch story from Young Men #25
Appearing in "The 20th Century"Edit
- Mercury (First appearance)
- Pluto (Disguised as Rudolph Hendler)
- Heinrich Gertz
- Vulcan (Only in flashback)
- Aeolus (Only in flashback)
- Diana (Only in flashback)
- Apollo (Only in flashback)
- Thea Shilhausen
Synopsis for "The 20th Century"Edit
Reprints Mercury story from Red Raven Comics #1
Appearing in "Tournament of Doom"Edit
Synopsis for "Tournament of Doom"Edit
Reprints Black Knight #2
Appearing in "The Girl Who Was Afraid"Edit
- Shika (A Communist Agent)
- Adu Bey
- Captain America's Shield (Replica)
Synopsis for "The Girl Who Was Afraid"Edit
Reprints Captain America story from Men's Adventures #27
- The Spider-Man story in this issue was originally intended for Amazing Spider-Man when John Romita injured his wrist, and Ross Andru had to step in and create a fill-in issue. However, John recovered in time and was able to draw the previously planned story.
- No trivia.
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