Appearing in "When Fails the Quest!"Edit
Races and Species:
- Zantor (Mentioned)
- Cave of the Faceless Ones
Synopsis for "When Fails the Quest!"Edit
Continued from last issue...
Namor has given up his quest for Neptune's Trident in order to rescue Lady Dorma from the Faceless Ones. He arrives in the Faceless One's cavern just as they are about to break through the plati-cage that she is trapped in. As the Sub-Mariner fights through the horde of seemingly mindless creatures there is a revolt going on in Atlantis against the tyrannical Warlord Krang. As the rebellion enters his control room he manages to escape capture by closing an impenetrable wall in the way of himself and his attackers.
In punishment for the rebellion, Krang sends out his robot-tank to bring down mutineers of his rule. As this is happening Vashti the Elder escapes on a specially bred sea-horse to seek out the Sub-Mariner while Krang calls back his robo-tank. As Namor continues to battle the Faceless Ones, Vashti approaches their caverns and is accidentally dropped in when his sea-horse frightens, throwing him off. Namor manages fight off the Faceless Ones as they burst the pasti-cage, however Namor finds that Dorma has been injured by the resulting combustion of the plasti-cage. Finding her inches to death, Namor now has finds that he is surrounded by the Faceless Ones.
This story is continued next issue...
Appearing in "The Wisdom of the Watcher!"Edit
- The Ultimate Machine
Synopsis for "The Wisdom of the Watcher!"Edit
Locked in battle with the Amphibion over possession of the Watcher's Ultimate Machine, the Hulk finds that he is evenly matched against the creature. Not wishing for his home to be destroyed, the Watcher transports the Hulk and the Amphibion to a desolate area in which they can fight without damaging anything.
While at first the Amphibion has the upper hand, the Hulk soon overpowers the creature and throws it into orbit. The Watcher, seeing that the battle has been won by the Hulk, transports the Amphibion back to its home world.
With the battle over, the Watcher -- not wishing to interfere -- transports the Hulk back to his home world where the Hulk collects the Ultimate Machine, in spite of the Watcher's warnings. The Hulk is then suddenly transported back to Earth where the Leader takes the Ultimate Machine from him. When trying to use the device, the machine affixes around the Leader's head, seemingly killing him.
- Although the Leader seemingly dies here, he turns up alive and well in Incredible Hulk #115.
- Artist Gene Colan is credited here as Adam Austin as he was freelancing for DC Comics at the time.
- No trivia.
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