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Appearing in "I Dream of Doom!"Edit

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Synopsis for "I Dream of Doom!"Edit

Strange Tales Vol 1 96 001
A man is pursued by a monstrous creature in his dreams. Each night the monster comes closer to seizing him. Panicked, he barges into a doctor's office and demands medication to keep from sleeping. The doctor thinks that he is exhausted and so gives him a sedative. The creature succeeds this time in seizing the man and returns him to his world where he is a king who had been bewitched by a sorcerer he had banished. His subjects built the creature which is merely a robot to find their ruler in that alternate reality called Earth and bring him back safely.

Appearing in "The Impossible Tunnel!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Impossible Tunnel!"Edit

Strange Tales Vol 1 96 010
A man attempts to build a tunnel from America to Europe but finds a peaceful colony of people living beneath the ocean. Worried that this paradise will be corrupted by surface men, he turns off the electricity that was keeping a giant octopus away from the digging equipment. He tells his backers the project is too dangerous and recommends that no further attempts be made.

Appearing in "Beware the Future Man!"Edit

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Appearing in "The Clock-Maker!"Edit

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Strange Tales Vol 1 96 026
When a passerby hears the clock-maker berating his bookkeeper for making an error, he thinks he hears sounds of a struggle and fetches a policeman. The policeman can feel no pulse on the bookkeeper and is ready to arrest the clock-maker for murder when the clock-maker asks him to wait just ten seconds to prove his innocence. In ten seconds, the hour strikes, and the bookkeeper sits up. The policeman realizes that the clock-maker has manufactured his own bookkeeper.




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