Appearing in "Klagg!"Edit
- Klagg's Spaceship/Robot
Synopsis for "Klagg!"EditKlagg, an alien who visits Earth, becomes so upset upon learning humanity still wages war that he declares war upon the nations of the Earth. The hero of the story convinces communist agents to pool their forces with the democracies in an effort to present a united front against Klagg. The effort is successful because the fact the various nations were able to set aside their differences and band together convinces Klagg to give up his campaign of destruction and leave Earth.
Appearing in "Whose Face is in the Mirror?"Edit
- Joe Kane
Synopsis for "Whose Face is in the Mirror?"EditA man wakes up in the morning and sees a stranger's face in the mirror and then it shatters. He tries looking into another mirror and the same thing happens. He looks into a full length mirror and it happens a third time. He makes his way to work, avoiding mirrors, until he stands before the elevator. When the door opens, the man whose face he has seen is standing inside producing a terror-stricken reaction. Our hero runs away, and the puzzled man leaves the elevator which cable snaps, sending it plunging down the shaft to destruction.
Appearing in "The Man from Tomorrow!"Edit
- Walter Phelps
- Time Machine
Synopsis for "The Man from Tomorrow!"EditA man invents a time machine to travel back to the Roman Empire of 25 A.D. and set himself up as king, but all the present day devices he has brought back with him to prove his claims do not work without electricity, fuel, and broadcasting stations.
- "Klagg!" reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell #20
- The Ditko story in this issue has basically the same plot with a minor variation as the Wrightson story in House of Mystery 180
- No trivia.
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