Appearing in "Paste-Pot-Pete"Edit
- Avengers (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Paste-Pot-Pete"Edit
Having been paroled for helping out the Avengers, Paste-Pot Pete has spent his freedom creating a new outfit and weapons to make him a more formidable foe. Spotting the Thing flying in a Fantasti-Car, Paste-Pot attacks him and easily subdues Thing and steals his jet.
The Torch picks up the anti-theft system on the Fantasti-Car on his ring, and leaves his bowling date with Doris to see what the problem is. He also gets in battle with Paste-Pot, however, he frees the Thing and the two heroes quickly defeat Paste-Pot, and turn him over to the authorities. Returning to the bowling alley, Torch explains the situation to Doris, who forgives him for seeming to stand her up.
Appearing in "The Lady From Nowhere"Edit
- Eye of Agamotto
- Impulse transmitter
Synopsis for "The Lady From Nowhere"Edit
While out in his astral form, Dr. Strange spots a mysterious spectral woman who is locked in a trance. Taking her back to his Sanctum and casting a protection spell, Strange visits the Ancient ,who uses a magic candle to send Strange to point of origins for the mystery woman.
Ending up in the ancient past, Dr. Strange ends up battling the mystic named Zota, who is responsible for the woman's predicament. Defeating Zota and returning to his own time, Strange is able to conjure a spell that frees the mystery spirit, who turns out to be Cleopatra.
- The Thing tells the Torch that Paste-Pot Pete was released form prison after helping the Avengers defeat the Masters of Evil. This happened in Avengers #6.
- Paste-Pot thinks back to his first caper and his original costume worn in Strange Tales #104.
The Lady From Nowhere
- Strange is wearing the Amulet of Amagotto in this story. Which should not be confused with the Eye of Agamotto which Strange first obtains in Strange Tales #128.
- Seen here is the Ancient One's servant Hamir, who is not officially named until Strange Tales #141.
- In this issue, it is officially announced that the Thing would appear every month alongside the Torch in future issues of Strange Tales.
- Dr. Strange story is reprinted in Doctor Strange Master of the Mystic Arts (Pocket Books).
- No trivia.
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