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Quote1 Listening in on other people's conversations may satisfy your curiosity! But be careful! That strange, hollow voice may be...THE VOICE OF DOOM! Quote2
-- From the splash page of "The Voice of Doom"

Appearing in "Blind Date"Edit

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Synopsis for "Blind Date"Edit

A man walks out of a bar and sees a beautiful redhead sitting in a convertible waiting for someone. He hits on her. She tells him that she is waiting for an older wealthy man and asks him to leave but he refuses and gets in the car. She says 'Very well' and careens off. He becomes frightened and tells her to slow down and she does not. When he glances over at her, he screams, for he sees a skeleton that tells him he has stolen a blind date with Death as the car heads straight for the side of a mountain.

Appearing in "The Strange Game"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Strange Game"Edit

A man stumbles over a card game where four strange characters are playing for body parts.

Appearing in "The Man from Mars"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man from Mars"Edit

A deadbeat wants to see a movie called 'The Man from Mars' but since he doesn't bother to get a job, he's broke and has no money. When he sees a rocket ship with a sign outside that reads "Be the First to see Mars" he thinks it's a promotion for the picture and enters, hoping to get to see the movie for free. Suddenly, the rocket blasts off and he passes out from the acceleration. When he revives, he finds himself a captive in a Martian zoo.

Appearing in "Drink Deep, Vampire"Edit

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Synopsis for "Drink Deep, Vampire"Edit

A business man attempts to swindle a coven of vampires by draining their blood every day and selling it back to them every evening.

Appearing in "The Voice of Doom!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Voice of Doom!"Edit

A publisher has communication devices installed in every cubicle so he can fire his employees when they badmouth him. One day, he hears a voice that threatens him with eternal torments in Hell. He demands to know who is speaking and a grinning skull emanates from the device to claim him.

  • "The Man from Mars" was rewritten as "The Story of Sammy Snork" in Tales of Suspense #8 with art by Bill Everett.
  • The publisher in "The Voice of Doom" is almost a dead ringer for J. Jonah Jameson.

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