Appearing in "I Created the Colossus"Edit
- It the Living Colossus (First appearance)
Synopsis for "I Created the Colossus"EditBoris Petrovsky sculpts a Colossus as a monument for the Soviet Union. He has completed the statue and is awaiting the apparatchik who will give it the Party's approval. One night a UFO crashes near his home, and Petrovsky finds a crustaceanoid from the world of Kigor. To survive on Earth, it transfers its consciousness into the hundred-foot statue. Somehow it can make the statue move, and the Kigor (possibly still in pain) goes on a rampage in Moscow. The Red Army fails to stop it. Only when another Kigor ship arrives and rescues the first one does the statue stop.
Appearing in "I am Gorak!"Edit
- Comic Book
Synopsis for "I am Gorak!"EditA master illusionist performs to the world showing his awesome powers and then breaks the fourth wall to address the reader directly with a threat that the reader will disappear now that Gorak has stopped thinking of him/her.Gorak fades away instead, surprised, as the last panel shows the comic book has been set down now the story has reached its end.
- "I Created the Colossus" is reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl #17.
- "I am Gorak!" is reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell #16.
- The character of IT appears again in Tales of Suspense, #20. It does not appear again until Astonishing Tales, #21, in 1974.
- No trivia.
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