Appearing in "There Walks the Golem!"Edit
- Prof. Abraham "Abe" Adamson (First appearance) (Death)
- Jason Adamson (First appearance)
- Rebecca Adamson (First appearance)
- Wayne Logan (First appearance)
- Army deserters
- Col. Omar (Only appearance; dies)
- Col. Omar's men
- Judah Loew ben Bezalel (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Middle-Eastern desert
- Prague (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "There Walks the Golem!"Edit
In the deserts of the Middle East, Professor Abraham Adamson is conducting an archeological dig to locate the long lost Golem. A living statue created by Judah Loew Ben Bezalel centuries ago. It was the champion of his people but eventually went to the desert and was lost in the sands. Accompanying him on this expedition are his grandchildren Jason and Rebecca, and Rebecca's fiance Wayne Logan. They succeed in uncovering the Golem prompting discussion about the creature's legend.
Since the site of the dig was near a combat zone, the dig is visited by deserters of an Arabian army. They ask if they can be guests for the night. However, that evening it turns out their real intent is to rob the dig of anything of value. When Logan tries to stop them, he's attacked waking up the others. When Abraham tries to protest the theft, he is shot dead by an overzealous soldier.
Colonel Omar, the leader of the group, is furious because the archeologist's death could spark international protest and demands that the rest of the people on site go with them as prisoners. They go, leaving the dying Abraham behind with the Golem statue. Abraham's final tears and thoughts about his family awaken the Golem. The creature is driven by the love of the Adamson family and goes after the kidnappers. When the army tries to fight back against the Golem, the creature emotionlessly and remorselessly kills them all, saving the Adamsons and Logan.
This story is continued in Strange Tales #176...
Appearing in "Fool Proof!"Edit
- Building owner
Synopsis for "Fool Proof!"Edit
--For a full synopsis of this comic, please see the original publishing of this comic in Marvel Tales #110.--
- No special notes.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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