Appearing in "Uneasy Hangs the Head..!"Edit
- unnamed Atlanteans
- Neptune's Trident
Synopsis for "Uneasy Hangs the Head..!"Edit
Continued from last issue...
Failing an attempt at preventing Namor from using the Revitalizer Ray on Lady Dorma, Warlord Krang faces the wrath of the true prince of Atlantis. The Sub-Mariner beats the cowardly Krang into unconsciousness before turning the Revitalizer Ray on to heal Lady Dorma. Turning the device to full power, Namor succeeds in revitalizing his true love.
With Krang dethrowned and locked up, the people of Atlantis celebrate the return of their true ruler. During the celebrations, Namor asks Lady Dorma to sit by his side and asks Vashti the Elder to work as his adviser in the future, making him a Lord of Atlantis. After the festivities, Namor asks that Krang be brought to him for punishment. Much to Krang's shock, Namor orders him exiled from Atlantis forever and is thrown out of the kingdom.
Just after Krang's departure, Atlantis is suddenly shook up by a powerful quake. When the crisis is over, Namor believes that the damage was wrought by the surface men's nuclear bomb tests and decides that it is time that he returns to the surface to fight for his kingdom of Atlantis.
This story is continued next issue...
Appearing in "I, Against a World!"Edit
Synopsis for "I, Against a World!"Edit
Having been transported to a dystopian future by the T-Ray, the Hulk finds himself attacked by an army of future warriors led by King Arrkam. Realizing the Hulk's power, Arrkam has the Hulk knocked out with a barrage of Delta Missiles which keep the Hulk distracted long enough for them to use their Captivator weapon to incapacitate and take the Hulk prisoner.
In present day Washington D.C., General Ross and Glenn Talbot try to figure out what happened to the Hulk after they shot him with the T-Ray, under the pressure of their superiors for results.
Back in this distant future, the Hulk is taken to Arrkam's citadel. When the green Goliath comes to he is taken to Arrkam. The king asks for the Hulk's aid in stopping Arrkam's arch-nemesis in exchange for returning the Hulk back to his own time upon victory. The Hulk, not interested in the offer, goes on a rampage demanding to be sent back to his own time right away.
During his rampage, Arrkam's castle is attacked by the opposing forces who attack on giant tripod vehicles. The Hulk begins attacking them, smashing open the lead tripod to reveal the Executioner inside. This story is continued next issue...
- Krang previously appeared last issue and will appear again in Tales to Astonish 79.
- No trivia.
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