Appearing in "Thorr the Unbelievable"Edit
- Island Natives
Synopsis for "Thorr the Unbelievable"EditAn archeologist visits a small island with his wife to observe some stone statues that have been discovered. He trips an electric eye beam which serves as an awakening mechanism to one of alien sleeper agents planted in advance of an invasion. The alien wishes to awaken his fellows, but the man tricks him into attempting the island conquest himself by playing to his vanity. His wife thinks him a traitor by helping the alien, but he waits until Thorr has summoned his leaders before tossing dynamite into a dormant volcano and destroying the island. The mighty Thorr and his leaders perish as well since they are too heavy to swim and a native and the archeologist's wife come back in a canoe to save the archeologist before he drowns. She apologizes for doubting him.
Appearing in "My Touch Means Doom"Edit
- Bill Howard
- Bill's Wife
- Bank Security
Synopsis for "My Touch Means Doom"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Save Me from the Mole Men"Edit
- Mole Men
- Weight Gaining Pills
Synopsis for "Save Me from the Mole Men"Edit
A boxer needs help to become a heavyweight, and breaks into an experimental lab to steal pills that hadn't been tested yet, but were supposed to make a person instantly gain wait. While escaping, he takes the entire bottle, and the building's floor can't hold his weight.
He keeps falling through floors until he finds himself in the realm of the 'Mole Men', who immediately begin to beat on him. He dodges a few of their punches, and they become impressed with his speed. They imprison him and force him to become a sparring partner for all of them.
Appearing in "I Am a Victim of the Sorcerer!"Edit
- The Sorcerer's Betrayer
- Art Gallery Patrons
- The Sorcerer
Synopsis for "I Am a Victim of the Sorcerer!"EditThis story features a protagonist who turns out to be a character attempting to avoid a fate he cannot thwart as he is revealed at the end of the story to be the victim depicted in a gallery's painting titled "The Sorcerer's Betrayer".
- This entire issue, except for the story below, is reprinted in Where Creatures Roam #3
- "My Touch Means Doom" reprinted in Tower of Shadows #8
- No trivia.
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