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Appearing in "The Terrible Time Machine"Edit

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Other Characters:

  • Scientists
    • Dave
  • Clara (Presumably Dave's wife)
  • Tut-Kin-Tut (Sarcophagus)

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Synopsis for "The Terrible Time Machine"Edit

Tales of Suspense Vol 1 3 001
An Arab tells the story of thoughts he has had since he bumped his head a week ago that originally he was a scientist inventor from the far future who had invented a time machine in order to return to a tomb to plunder it. When he initially arrived he realized he would not be able to open the casket to seize the jewels without explosives so he returns to his future, acquires equipment, and heads back. The machine makes a slight miscalculation and deposits him with an hours difference so he encounters himself and a fight breaks out as he is not willing to share the treasure. The winner of the fight knocks out the loser, but finds himself fading into nothingness, since he knocked himself out and cannot use the time machine. When the defeated version regains consciousness, he finds that his memory is gone. The Arab ponders if these are all just some wild musings, and the proof would be the time machine in the tomb, but the tomb was buried in a recent earthquake, so he will never, ever know.

Appearing in "The Thing from Planet X"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Unnamed aptain
  • Chuck
  • Dave

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  • Humans
  • Unnamed alien species

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Vehicles:

  • Earth spaceship

Synopsis for "The Thing from Planet X"Edit

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Steve Ditko must have had plants on the brain, for this story, like Ditko's offering last issue, is about human will-sapping dominating plants. This plant is unsuspectingly picked up off planet X and only reveals its evil plan to destroy all animal life once it is onboard the rocket heading toward Earth. The crew waits for its telepathic domination to ebb then they all resist its commands and head for the escape pod to scuttle the rocket by directing it to crash into the sea.

Appearing in "Robot Hater!"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Vincent

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Other Characters:

  • Unnamed robots
  • Jupiter Space Lines
    • Unnamed robot pilot
    • Unnamed robot human-looking pilot
  • Latimer Plastics Inc.
    • Miss Hanson
  • Paragon Motors (Mentioned)
  • Harry Sykes (Mentioned)
  • Martha Sykes (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "Robot Hater!"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "The Haunted House!"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Unnamed aliens (Voice only)

Other Characters:

  • Tad
  • Jimmy

Races and Species:

  • Humans
  • Unnamed aliens (Voice only)

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Synopsis for "The Haunted House!"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "The Aliens Who Conquered Earth"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • United World Government
    • Darius Christopher
    • Joseph

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Aliens
    • Dhurk

Other Characters:

  • Ivan
  • Peter

Races and Species:

  • Humans
  • Unnamed species of aliens

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Synopsis for "The Aliens Who Conquered Earth"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.



The Terrible Time Machine is curiously reminiscent of the meeting between Dr. Doom and Pharaoh Rama Tut in Fantastic Four Annual #2.


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