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Appearing in "The Demon That Devoured Hollywood!"Edit
- Stella Houston (First appearance) (Jason's girlfriend)
- an emissary of the devil
- a Demon (Behind the scenes)
- Charlie (press reporter)
Synopsis for "The Demon That Devoured Hollywood!"Edit
Jason Roland is a successful horror actor who relied heavily on his incredibly life-like monster make-up, delivered by an emissary of the devil. He made use of the emissary's make-up talents, after having accepted the deal with a handshake, but scoffed at the small emissary and his request for Jason's soul and eventually kicked him out. However, when one day he tries to remove the "make-up" he finds out that it can't be removed and he must therefore remain trapped in the skin of the monster he had been portraying in the movie.
Appearing in "Flight into Fear!"Edit
- Wally Wood (Host)
- Johnny "Jon-Nee"
- Princess Yrill
- Xzar (killed by Jon-Nee) (Death)
- a gargoyle
- Old One
- King (father of Princess Yrill)
- alien dimension
- walled city
- Castle of Xzar (Destroyed)
- Eye of Eternity
Synopsis for "Flight into Fear!"Edit
Johnny, since his accident, needed crutches to walk. He longs for the ability to walk and one day winds up sleeping on top of a stone gargoyle. When he wakes up he finds that the gargoyle is alive and is flying him through a hole in the sky towards another dimension. There he meets a race of small people and their enemy Xzar. Jon-Nee (as he is named by the tiny people) is almost killed by the evil sorcerer, but the so-called Old One heals him. He can now walk again. He, along with the Princess Yrill, armed with a sword, then travel to Xzar's castle to retrieve the stolen Eye of Eternity, which granted the sorcerer his power. Jon-Nee kills the sorcerer, who crumbles to dust along with his castle. The King of the tiny people invite Jon-Nee to remain in his kingdom as his "good giant". Johnny homesick, however, decides to return to his dimension. He wakes up thinking his adventure was a dream, but now he can walk again.
Appearing in "Time Out!"Edit
- Syd Shores (Host)
- Richard "Rick" Mason
- Dianna Mason
- Jameson (Dianna Mason's Uncle) (Mentioned)
- Jameson's gardener
- Jameson's mansion
Synopsis for "Time Out!"Edit
Husband and wife, Richard and Dianna Mason, drive one night to her Uncle Jameson's mansion to take part in his seance. The stormy weather causes Richard to become lost, which forces them to find shelter in a mysterious mansion. Upon entering the mansion, the squabbling couple, slowly but surely, become more terrified by strange happenings. They find themselves trapped in the mansion the entire night, having to rely on each other for support. This rekindles their love for one another. The next morning when the mansion lets them leave, they head for their uncle's home and find out that seven years have passed, that their uncle had died 7 years ago, and that they had been declared legally dead. However, since these occurrences brought them closer together, they are thankful for what happened.
- Satannish previously appeared in Doctor Strange #175. He will appear next in Giant-Size Defenders #2.
- (May) The awesome artistry of Wally Wood—amidst a weird and wondrous world that few could create! Plus two more macabre masterworks!
- (June) AND, STILL ON SALE — The demon that devoured Hollywood — a haunted house — and a sword-and-sorcery swashbuckler!
- No trivia.
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