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- The star Doom follows beckons only to him... and none other!
Appearing in "This Man...This Demon!"Edit
- Valeria (First appearance)
- Werner von Doom (Only in flashback)
- Boris (Only in flashback)
- Fantastic Four (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
- Future Wasteland
Synopsis for "This Man...This Demon!"Edit
As Dr. Doom is preparing for yet another confrontation with the Fantastic Four, Diablo suddenly appears and offers to form an alliance. Doom initially declines, but is forced to reconsider when Diablo reveals he has captured Doom's childhood friend Valeria. The three of them meet at Doom's castle in America, where Diablo outlines his plan to use Doom's time machine to take over the planet Earth. Doom feigns interest just long enough to get Diablo in position to use the time machine against him, sending Diablo into a distant post-apocalyptic future. Valeria, now freed from Diablo's spell, has witnessed all of this and can see that Doom is no longer the boy she once knew.
Appearing in "The Sub-Mariner Meets a New Enemy ... FIRE!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Sub-Mariner Meets a New Enemy ... FIRE!"Edit
An early tale of a young Sub-Mariner. After a fire accidentally erupts, Namor finds out his skin, when properly watered down, provides him a great deal of protection from fire and heat. Reprints story from Sub-Mariner Comics #40
Appearing in "The Return of the Human Torch"Edit
- Chief Wilson
- Dr. Horton (Only in flashback)
- Communist Troops
- X-R Solution
Synopsis for "The Return of the Human Torch"Edit
The Torch returns after years of inactivity (Gangsters had buried him in the desert). A resulting nuclear blast allowed the Torch to escape his air-tight prison and ,due to his exposure to radioactivity, he returns more powerful that ever. He seeks out his old partner Toro and eventually finds him in Korea. Toro has been captured by the Communists who have brainwashed the young American hero. The Torch eventually breaks through Toro's brainwashing, defeats a group of Communist troops, and the team of the Human Torch and Toro and reunited again to fight crime and injustice! Reprints Human Torch Story from Young Men #24
Appearing in "Back From the Dead"Edit
- New York City
- United Nations Building
- United Nations Building
Synopsis for "Back From the Dead"Edit
Captain America and Bucky appear to return from years of inactivity to stop a fiendish plot by the Red Skull! Reprints Captain America Story from Young Men #24
Appearing in "Sub-Mariner"Edit
- Admiral Saybrook
Synopsis for "Sub-Mariner"Edit
Reprints Sub-Mariner story from Young Men #24
- The original Doctor Doom story is reprinted in part in Giant-Size Super-Villain Team-Up #1.
- The Captain America story is next reprinted partially in Captain America #155 where it is revealed that this story's Captain America and Bucky were actually William Burnside and Jack Monroe. The Red Skull is also later determined to be an imposter: Albert Malik.
- This issue closes with a full-page ad for next issue and the new character Starhawk, but this title instead switches to an all-reprint format and Starhawk won't appear until Defenders #27.
- No trivia.
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