Appearing in "Elektro! He Held a World in His Iron Grip!"Edit
- Wilbur Poole (First appearance)
- Elektro (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Elektro! He Held a World in His Iron Grip!"EditA scientist creates a computer so sophisticated that it can out think human beings. It hypnotizes the scientist into building it a huge robot body so that it can move and threaten human cities to conquer them. As it gets further from the scientist, the hypnosis fades, and the scientist regains his own will. He rushes Elektro, and enters the robot frame from a small door in its heel, and removes the power source, thus saving humanity.
Appearing in "The Demon in the Dungeon!"Edit
- The Writer
- "The Demons"
Synopsis for "The Demon in the Dungeon!"Edit
A writer moves to Transylavania when one night he discovers a "demon" in the surrounding woods. He gets the locals to join him in imprisoning the demon the dungeons but later realises the demon is an alien child who has lost his parents on earth and helsp the child return home.
Appearing in "I Lived a Million Years"Edit
- Suspended Animation Machine
Synopsis for "I Lived a Million Years"Edit
A warlord in Asia spends his entire countries wealth, at the cost of the poor, to build a machine to place him in suspended animation to take him to the future. However, when he wakes up he finds that all of humaity has left earth for a new planet and cavemen rule the earth now and he has to fend for himself
Appearing in "When the Earth Vanished!"Edit
- Ultimate Bomb
Synopsis for "When the Earth Vanished!"EditTiny alien invaders decide to detonate their ultimate bomb thinking that unobserved Earthlings have gone into hiding to avoid their invasion force and end up blowing up an Earth boy's ping pong ball and themselves as they are caught in the aftershocks of the blast.
- "Elektro! He Held a World in His Iron Grip!" reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell #22
- "The Demon in the Dungeon!" reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell #22
- "When the Earth Vanished!" reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell #25
- No trivia.
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