Appearing in "I Found Monstrom!"Edit
- United States of America
- Bayou Country
- Black Swamp
- Bayou Country
- Crashed Spaceship
Synopsis for "I Found Monstrom!"EditA writer takes his family to Bayou country to begin work on a new novel, but his son encounters a monster in the swamp. The monster is distracted when an alligator bites his leg, so the father and son flee while the monster finishes off the gator. The man drives into town to warn the sheriff, but is scoffed at, until a neighbor backs up his story. When the monster arrives, they find their weapons ineffective, but the creature shies away from fire, and so they drive it back to the quicksand bog in the swamp. Unknown to everyone involved, the creature meant no harm, and was merely seeking aid to repair his damaged spacecraft sunk under the bog.
Appearing in "The Balloon"Edit
Synopsis for "The Balloon"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "I Was Face-to-Face with the Forbidden Robot!"Edit
Synopsis for "I Was Face-to-Face with the Forbidden Robot!"Edit
A man reactivates an illegal robot in order to gain recognition for stopping it. He destroys the robot, but realizes that robots are harmless, and instead of cashing in he confesses his plan, and advocates the legalization of robots.
Appearing in "I Dared to Look into the Beyond!"Edit
- United States of America -2050 and 3050
- Time Machine
Synopsis for "I Dared to Look into the Beyond!"EditIn the year 2050 time travel is routine, but only into the past. A scientist is frustrated with this limitation and so he attempts to build a machine that will take him to the year 3050. He succeeds in building the machine despite his colleagues' entreaties to give up what they perceive as madness as he will only end up disintegrating himself by attempting to travel into what does not yet exist. When he steps out of the machine, he assumes that his colleagues were correct and that he has failed and merely traveled far into the distant past because everything is desolate. He returns to 2050 not having noticed a stone memorial that states in the year 3045 the entire population of Earth left the planet in order to relocate.
Appearing in "I Wore the Mask of Drothor!"Edit
- Drothor (Only in flashback)
- Artist (Only in flashback)
- The Mask of Drothor
Synopsis for "I Wore the Mask of Drothor!"EditAn artist named Markas wants to create a mask so inspiring that it will make his name his famous once more. He looks for inspiration in a book about an ugly sorcerer named Drothor who cursed anyone that referred to the features of his face. He completes the mask and deems it his masterpiece and hatches a scheme to commit robbery while wearing the mask since it is so lifelike no one will suspect that it is merely a mask. He empties a safe, but police pursue him into his hideout, though he is not worried as he can simply remove the mask and be safe. But the curse has struck once again, for Markas finds to his horror that after removing the mask, his own face come to appear exactly as Drothor's.
- "I Found Monstrom!" reprinted in Chamber of Chills #18 & Fear #1
- "I Was Face-to-Face with the Forbidden Robot!" reprinted in Dead of Night #10 & Fear #1
- "I Dared to Look into the Beyond!" reprinted in Crypt of Shadows #18
- "I Wore the Mask of Drothor" reprinted in Dead of Night #10
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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