Appearing in "Colossus Lives Again"Edit
- Bob O'Bryan (First appearance)
- Diane Cummings
Synopsis for "Colossus Lives Again"EditThe crab aliens return and take possession of the colossus once more in order to soften up Earth for invasion. A Hollywood set designer builds a plaster model of a creature even bigger than the statute the aliens possess, and so when they leave colossus in order to possess the larger creature, the set designer gives the word to detonate the explosives concealed within thus ending the alien threat.
Appearing in "The Rocking Horse"Edit
- Hamim's Parents
- Newspaper Editors
- Rocking Horse
Synopsis for "The Rocking Horse"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The Bomb"Edit
- Unnamed Alien Race
Synopsis for "The Bomb"EditA threatening object that appears to be a bomb drops from the sky and lands in New York city. The object even emits ticking sounds that lead people to believe they are in imminent danger and so the city the evacuated. The military cordons off the object and just waits for its detonation. Eventually the ticking stops and it rises into the air and disappears. It was recalled to its planet of origin because no living thing touched it in response to its signals, and its makers assume Earth is barren of life, so they send their gift package off to another world.
- "Colossus Lives Again" is reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl #25.
- Final Silver Age appearance of It the Living Colossus. The Living Colossus appeared last in Tales of Suspense #14. He appears next in Astonishing Tales #21.
- No trivia.
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