Appearing in "I Discovered Gorgilla!"Edit
- Gorgilla (First appearance)
- Tyrannosaurus Rex
Synopsis for "I Discovered Gorgilla!"EditA scientist mounts an expedition to Borneo in order to locate the remains of the missing link. He is surprised upon his arrival that the locals refer to the creature as living upon "midnight mountain". The natives have built an enclosure around the area ala Kong, so after his group scales the wall, they come face to face with Gorgilla. Initially, relations between human and missing link are antagonistic, but when a T-Rex shows up, Gorgilla decides he feels more of a kinship with the explorers and attacks the reptile. He is victorious, but tired and weak after the fight, and the scientists realize he could be easily captured. Since he saved their lives from the T-Rex, they grant him the peace of remaining in his native habitat.
Appearing in "My Nightmare Has No End!"Edit
- The Condemned Man
Synopsis for "My Nightmare Has No End!"Edit
Through a dream, a creature from another dimension convinces a human to trade bodies with him. When the transformation is completed, it tells him that on its planet it is so peaceful that there is unending boredom. Thinking it's tricked him, the creature awakes to find out that the man is in jail serving a life sentence.
Appearing in "Save Me! Save Me!"Edit
- Atomic Disintergrating Machine
Synopsis for "Save Me! Save Me!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "A Monster Waits Outside!"Edit
- Major Ford
- Unknown Alien Species
- Isolation Sphere
Synopsis for "A Monster Waits Outside!"EditThis story has the same plot as "The Insect Man" in Tales of Suspense #24 with the difference that the subject of the isolation experiment is shot into space rather than placed deep underground.
- "I Discovered Gorgilla!" reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl #9 & Weird Wonder Tales #21
- "My Nightmare Has No End!" reprinted in Fear #4 & Tomb of Darkness #19 & As "The Beast Man" in Fantasy Masterpieces #4
- "A Monster Waits Outside!" reprinted in Chamber of Chills #24 & Fear #3
- "Save Me! Save Me!" reprinted in Fear #3
- No trivia.
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