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Appearing in "The Bouncing Ball of Doom!"Edit
- Dr. Vega
- Aunt Petunia (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "The Bouncing Ball of Doom!"Edit
When the Human Torch and Thing are asked to stop some crooks who just robbed a bank, they are unaware that this is yet another crime planned by the Mad Thinker. This time to deal with any members of the Fantastic Four who may interfere with his plans, the Thinker has created a giant remote control "Bouncing ball" to attack his foes with. Setting it loose on the two heroes, they are disorientated by the device at first, but the Torch eventually destroys it with his flame powers, and the Thing nabs the bank robbers, foiling the Thinker's plot.
Appearing in "The Hunter and the Hunted!"Edit
- Hoggoth (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Valtorr (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Seraphim (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Vishanti (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Munnopor (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Raggadorr (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Oshtur (Mentioned) (Invocation)
- Cyttorak (Mentioned) (Invocation by the narrator)
Synopsis for "The Hunter and the Hunted!"Edit
Dr. Strange is pursued by the minions of Baron Mordo in Hong Kong, narrowly escaping each attack with his own mystical aptitude, trying desperately to make an escape. Defeating all attackers in both human and astral forms, Dr. Strange manages to sneak aboard an airplane and trick Mordo's forces in searching for him elsewhere, by disguising his astral form like one of Mordo's minions and trick the others into going the opposite way of the plane.
- Dr. Strange story reprinted in Doctor Strange Master of the Mystic Arts (Fireside).
- No trivia.
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