The Marvel Comics Horror Archive

JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY

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One (June, 1952)

Title: "Haunted!"
Story:
Art: Vic Carrabotta
Villains: A ghost
Others: A realtor, a married couple
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#21; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: A ghost lives in a haunted house; when people try to buy it, he scares them away.

Title: "The Clutching Hands"
Story:
Art: Cal Massey
Villains: Ted Wayne [book author, dies]
Others: Ellis Brent [rival author, dies, becomes ghost], William Winters [book publisher, dies], Mr. Greyle [Wayne's lawyer]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#21; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Ted murders Ellis to steal Ellis' manuscript but is so tired from lack of food he can't finish writing the story; phantom hands appear and finish the story for Wayne so he sells to Winters, but the hands appear and kill Winters. The police arrest Wayne for Winters' death and the hands write a full confession. As Wayne is on the scaffold, the governor spares him after discovering Winters died of a heart attack; however, the hands appear again to activate the trap door under Wayne's feet. At the last moment, Wayne finally sees the hands belonged to Ellis Brent.

Title: "Iron-Head"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: Bronson [killer, deep sea diver, dies]
Others: Mr. Nash [Bronson's employer, dies], Pacific islanders
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA; Pacific Ocean
Reprinted In: Tales of the Zombie#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Bronson wants a larger share of what he helps plunder so he destroys the ship and carries the treasure to a nearby island in his diving suit, but is surrounded by vicious tribesmen. They worship him as a god because of his metal helmet but keep a close watch on him, preventing Bronson from removing the helmet to eat; finally, Bronson wastes away and the tribesmen chop his head off.

Title: "One Foot in the Grave"
Story:
Art: Tony DiPreta
Villains: Tony Cranshaw [greedy florist, dies], walking dead
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters Unleashed#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Cranshaw has men steal flowers from a cemetery so he can resell them, but the dead men rise up to take back their flowers, killing Cranshaw.

Title: "It Can't Miss"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Frankie Arno [criminal], Pete [Frankie's friend, dies]
Others: Raymond Fleet [dead man]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Chamber of Chills#5; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Pete kills Raymond because he looks like Frankie, enabling Frankie to adopt Raymond's identity. Frankie agrees, but kills Pete to protect the switch. However, Raymond is an escapee from a mental institution, which is where Frankie winds up.

Two (August, 1952)

Title: "How Clumsy Can Ya Be"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Hal Burns [would-be magician]
Others: Hal's Indian mentor [dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s India; USA
Reprinted In: Vault of Evil#2; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Hal goes to India to learn secrets of mysticism but frequently gets the routines wrong; he comes to resent his mentor and finally kills him. However, during his first performance, Hal has himself saws in half, only to mess up the routine as his legs get up and walk away.

Title: "Thru the Door"
Story:
Art: Ben Brown, David Gantz
Heroes: Carl Black [Killer's manager]
Villains: Killer [boxer], Killer's girlfriend [vampire]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#2; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Carl tries to take Killer's girlfriend away from him and Killer flies into a rage. Running from Killer, the duo hide in a locked room, where the girlfriend reveals she's a vampire. Now Carl must either be drained of his blood by her, or open the door and be killed by Killer.

Title: "The Scarecrow"
Story:
Art: Russ Heath
Heroes: Tim Blake [scrawny man]
Others: Jim [lifeguard], Millie [waitress], a shopkeeper
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Tim is tired of being scrawny and takes a magic potion which grants him muscles, but his muscles keep growing until he collapses through the ground and into Earth's center.

Title: "Don't Look!"
Story:
Art: Jay Scott Pike
Heroes: Harold Whitney [business man]
Others: A crazy man
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: A crazy man shows Harold a mirror which can reveal what people will look like in the future. When Harold sees it works he has the crazy man sent to an asylum, but when Harold looks at an image of himself in five years, he sees he'll wind up looking just like the crazy man.

Title: "The Hiding Place"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Villains: Ann Newton [murderous wife], Jeb Newton [Ann's husband, dies]
Others: Paul [Ann's lover]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: At a costume party, Jeb catches Ann with Paul and in a schuffle, Ann kills Jeb; Paul agrees to hide the body; Ann seemingly reunites with Paul later in his Tin Man costume, but then receives a phone call from Paul - he hid Jeb's body in his costume; the corpse of Jeb assaults Ann.

Three (October, 1952)

"Hands Off!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"The Corpse"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"I Didn't See a Thing!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "The Stroke of Midnight!"
Story:
Art: Carmine Infantino
Villains: Ebenezer Grimm [reviled banker]
Others: Mrs. Brown [widow, dies, becomes ghost as Mary Allan]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Mr. Grimm is ruthless about money and evicts Mrs. Brown because she hadn't paid her loan before midnight. When Mrs. Brown is struck by a truck and killed outside her own house, Mr. Grimm shows no remorse. Soon, Mary Allan visits the bank to ask for a loan; enchanted by her, Mr. Grimm agrees to her requests, but she ultimately reveals she's the ghost of Mrs. Brown. To have her revenge, Mrs. Brown places Mr. Grimm on a giant clock with an axe blade affixed to one clock hand. When the clock strikes midnight, Mr. Grimm will die.

Four (December, 1952)

Title: "The Bewitched Bike!"
Story:
Art: Tony DiPreta
Villains: Spider [bookie, dies]
Others: Pete [mechanic], Tellif Kelk [man from the future]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s New York, USA; 1992
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#8; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Spider sees Kelk has a lot of money so robs his shop; attracted by a curious bicycle, Spider takes it with him, noting it was supposedly made in 1992. Spider discovers he can ride into the year 1992 while on the bike and decides to go on a crime spree, but when he returns to 1992 with his money he's mistaken for Kelk and accused of robbery - Kelk fled to the past to avoid his own crimes. Spider tries to run, but the future police shoot him; his dead body returns to his own time.

Title: "Death Waits Within!"
Story:
Art: Carl Hubbell
Villains: Mr. and Mrs. Kumel [murderous old couple]
Others: The Kumels' son [dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s Europe
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#8; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: The Kumels murder guests so they can steal their money and send it to their son in the USA. After murdering one guest they're shocked to learn it was their long-absent son, come home to see them.

Title: "I'm Drowning!"
Story:
Art: Jimmy Infantino
Villains: Pete Norris [prisoner, dies]
Others: Joe [prison guard]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#25; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Seeing how a flood has the prison in disarray, Pete tries to tunnel away to safety; however, he has to contend with the inrushing water and accidentally sticks his hand into an empty light socket, electrocuting himself.
"Locked Door"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "Hiding Place"
Story:
Art: John Romita
Villains: George [dies]
Others: Harold [George's brother, dies], George and Harold's mother
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Feature#10; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: George is disgusted by Harold, who plays with snakes and spiders. After being bitten by a black widow, they take Harold to the hospital, but he proves to be immune to insect bites. Their mother orders Harold to remove his pets, but Harold tells George he has a hiding place. George can't find it and is so haunted by nightmares of spiders he hurls Harold out a window. He then takes Harold's bed, the best in the house-- but Harold's bed is where he kept his pets.

Five (February, 1953)

Title: "Innocent Bystander"
Story:
Art: Dick Briefer
Villains: A demon [disguised as antique]
Others: Eric Weston, Mrs. Weston [dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Weston manor
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#2; Curse of the Weird#2; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Mrs. Weston hates her drunken husband, who destroys many of her antiques in a drunken rage; Eric is arrested for her murder that evening, but the true killer is one of her own antiques, come to life

Title: "Zombie!"
Story:
Art: Tony DiPreta
Villains: Blackie Nolan [criminal], Larsen [Blackie's rival], zombies
Others: Voodoo cult
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s Haiti
Reprinted In: Dracula Lives#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Blackie learns Larsen has a zombie so he learns how to raise one and conjures it forth; however, he summons the same zombie Larsen had been using so it still obeys Larsen.
"Fright"
Reprinted In: Dracula Lives#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "Condemned!"
Story: Carl Hubbell
Art: Bob Brant
Villains: Lee Danton [convict], head hunters
Others: A scientist
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA; Kimberley, South Africa; Brazil
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Lee escapes death row and meets a scientist who has a device which can send people anywhere they wish to go; Lee goes to Kimberley, but finds himself in a diamond mine with no hope of escape; he decides to visit Brazil, but finds himself beset by head hunters. Desperate, he wishes himself back to the US, only to find himself in the electric chair, about to be killed.

Six (March, 1953)

"Death"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "Wings of the Vampire!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Ed Winiarski
Heroes: Inspector von Milch [Belruth's police]
Villains: A vampire
Others: Otto Shultz [townsperson]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1900, Belruth, Europe
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Von Milch fears reports of a vampire in town and orders everyone to remain in their homes with the doors locked; von Milch locks himself in the prison, but discovers the vampire's home is within the prison just as the vampire attacks him.
"The Perfect Specimen"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"The Man Who Went Back"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"Till Death Do Us Part"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Seven

Title: "Death of a Puppet"
Story:
Art: Harry Anderson
Heroes: Hans Krueger [puppeteer]
Villains: Grimes [stage manager]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s, USA; Germany
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Grimes is tired of Krueger's puppet show and angrily destroys one of Krueger's puppets, to the puppeteer's hroror. When Grimes finds Krueger holding a funeral for the puppet, Krueger reveals his puppets are lonely people he shrunk down in size; Grimes tries to kill Krueger for the formula, but Krueger injects Grimes and makes him into one of his puppets.
"Ghost Guard"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"Paid In Full"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"High As a Kite"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"It's Murder"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Eight

Title: "He Who Hesitates..."
Story:
Art:
Heroes: William Baker [geology professor, dies]
Villains: Eric Orson [Baker's assistant]
Others: Dean Edmunds [college dean], Amy Baker [William's wife]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s Deversham, New England, USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#6; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: William suspects Eric is trying to steal Amy away from him. He arranges to go mountain climbing with Eric to arrange a fatal accident, but Eric has the same idea and kills William first.

Title: "The Strange Case of Mr. Whimple!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Mr. Whimple [man with two heads]
Villains: Henry Simpson [criminal, dies]
Others: Tim [child at boarding house], Mr. Arbuckle [boarding house tenant]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#6; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Henry sees Mr. Whimple always carrying a chest on his right shoulder and goes to live at the same boarding house, hoping to discover Whimple's secret, thinking the chest contains valuables. One night, Henry attacks Whimple at a set of train tracks and breaks open the chest, only to find Whimple has a second head concealed within the box. In terror, Henry is hit by a train and killed. Mr. Whimple's primary head is now useless so he places a chest over his left shoulder, carrying on as before.

Title: "Indoor Sport!"
Story:
Art: Sam Kweskin
Villains: Mona Rand [witch], Tom [lady-killer]
Others: Danny [Mona's lover, dies], Dr. Ferris [physician]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1952 USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#6; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Mona meets Danny over a game of darts and begins dating him; just as they're engaged, Danny falls mysteriously ill and dies. It turns out Mona is a witch, seeking vengeance on all men for an earlier jilting - she throws darts at photographs of her lovers to cause death through sympathetic magic. Mona sets her sights on Tom next, not realizing Tom is a serial killer who targets women.

Title: "The Tough Guy"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Villains: Hank Klopp [weight lifter, dies]
Others: Dolly Simms [Hank's girlfriend], Baldy Jones [gym owner], Ed [physician]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#6; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Hank enjoys showing off his strength, but Baldy has enough of Hank's abuse and beats him with a pistol to teach him a lesson. Humiliated, in the hospital Hank hears about an experimental serum which makes people immune to injury. Hank kills the serum's guard and takes the potion, but learns he still needs an injection which now he can't receive because of his super-tough skin; Hank dies in the hospital.

Title: "Willie Brown is Out to Get Me!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Luster
Villains: Monk [crook, dies]
Others: Weasel [informant], Willie Brown [dead man]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#22; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Monk hears Willie Brown is after him. He tries to run but winds up cornered on roof and falls to his death; Monk had killed Willie a week earlier.

Nine

"I Made a Monster"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "The Hungry Animal!"
Story:
Art: Ed Goldfarb
Villains: Mike and his friend [robbers, die]
Others: Ezra Cummings [retired sea captain, dies], Bos'n [Ezra's pet octopus]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Mike and his friend kill Ezra in a robbery attempt; searching for Ezra's presumed money, they instead run into his pet octopus, who eats them both.

Title: "The Black Box!"
Story:
Art: Mac Pakula
Villains: Eddie Rivers [thief], a monster
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: Rivers steals a black box from a "monster sale" only to discover its contents are a vicious monster.
"My Brother's Killer"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Ten

"The Wrong World"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
"Jack and Jill Went Up the Hill"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Title: "Now You See it..."
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sam Kweskin
Heroes: A stage magician
Others: The magician's wife [dies], Sam Raymond [magician's manager]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: A magician who uses his wife in his act hears she's going to leave him for his manager. He saws her in half during their performance but leaves her that way for his manager.

Title: "The Assassin of Paris"
Story:
Art: Chuck Winter
Heroes: The Sensational Madamoiselle [mind reader]
Villains: The Assassin of Paris [serial murderer, dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 19th Century Paris, France
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey Into Mystery Vol.1
Synopsis: The Assassin chooses what he thinks is a helpless young woman to be his next victim, but she's a mind reader and leads him to his doom.
"Vacation For Vincent"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.1

Eleven

Title: "Meet the Dead"
Story:
Art: Don Perlin
Others: Madame Rosalind [fake medium], Mr. Maxwell, Mrs. Smith [ghosts], Mrs. Bascombe, Miss Sloan [Rosalind's clients], Madame Bertha [medium]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#15; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Rosalind holds a seance but Maxwell and Smith expose her means as fakery; they're working for Madame Bertha, a genuine medium.

Title: "If the Coat Fits"
Story:
Art: Russ Heath
Heroes: Harry [used clothing store owner], Sarah [Harry's wife]
Villains: Shadow People [beings from another dimension]
Others: Dr. Kester, Dr. Spencer [scientists]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#17; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Dr. Kester warns people are being captured into another dimension by Shadow People and being replaced within denizens of that dimension. There is a rash of disappearances, but when the people return, they have no explanation for their whereabouts. One day, a stranger sells Harry a coat; when Harry puts it on, he's sent to the Shadow People's world. A moment later, Harry's double appears and forces Sarah to don the coat; now both have been replaced with Shadow People as they slowly increase their numbers on Earth.

Title: "The Hidden Vampires"
Story:
Art: Tony DiPreta
Heroes: Jan Mazerok [vampire hunter]
Villains: Stefan Kero [vampire] and his family [vampires]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Rovato, Northern Hungary
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#17; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Rovato is beset by vampries but don't realize the culprits are the Kero family because the Keros protect themselves from the usual means of discovery. Jan is requested to help the town, but the locals think the bookish young man must be a terrible vampire hunter. However, Jan succeeds because he uses mosquitos to locate the Keros, knowing they'd have more blood than anyone in town.

Title: "The New Look"
Story:
Art: Dan Loprino
Heroes: Eric [ugly man]
Villains: Satan
Others: Nina [witch]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Europe
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#18; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Eric asks Nina to make him handsome; she summons Satan, who agrees to fulfill his wish; Eric wakes the next day with a handsome face, but his old ugly face is on the opposite side of his head.
"The Other Face"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Twelve
"A Night In Dragmoor Castle"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Title: "A Witch in Love"
Story:
Art: Dick Briefer
Heroes: A witch [dies]
Others: Two witches
Genre: Horror
Setting: Europe, 1950s
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: One night a witch leaves the woods she's lived in all her life and sees a man in the local village. Falling instantly in love, she asks her sisters to make her beautiful, even though the price of the magic would eventually kill her. She becomes a beauty and returns to find her lover, only to discover she fell in love with a statue; she dies at the statue's feet.
"All About Mars"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Sight of the Ghost"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Strange Boy"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Thirteen
"Not Normal"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"Keep Off the Grass"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Living and the Dead"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"What Harry Saw"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"We Don't Want Your Head"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Fourteen (February, 1954)
"The Slug"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Title: "Where the Vampire Flies"
Story:
Art: Robert Q. Sale
Villains: Henry and Jenny Kasher [vampire couple]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Henry and Jenny are both vampires but neither knows the other is and have been keeping it a secret.
"The Man Who Owned a World"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Right Bait"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Star Men"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Fifteen (April, 1954)

Title: "Till Death Do Us Part"
Story:
Art: Vic Carrabotta
Villains: Herbert [man], Stella [his wife]
Others: Mutants
Genre: Science Fiction, Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Curse of the Weird#3; Vault of Evil#4; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Herbert and Stella hate each other, but Herbert doesn't have the nerve to kill her. When nuclear war erupts, they each hope the other dies, but instead radiation fuses them together-- till death do they part.

Title: "The Man Who Was Nobody"
Story:
Villains: Greg Garlan [Agent Beta-1, Martian spy, dies], Martians
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#8; Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: At the passport bureau, Garlan is shocked to find the office has no record of his existence. Garland tries to find proof of his birth or references to vouch for him, but comes up empty. He's finally sent to an asylum but mysteriously explodes in his cell; Garland was actually a brainwashed Martian spy operating under a cover identity; the Martians destroy their own records on Garlan.

Title: "Bewitched"
Story:
Art: Mannie Banks
Villains: Prudence [vampire]
Others: Caleb [Prudence's accuser]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1686, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Reprinted In: Vampire Tales#2; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: When Prudence refuses to marry Caleb he plants evidence for her to be arrested as a witch. She escapes Salem and a group pursues her, but Caleb is wounded and has to remain behind; Prudence ambushes Caleb and reveals she isn't a witch: she's a vampire.
Notes: Titled "Witch Hunt!" in reprint.

Title: "Satan Can Wait!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Danny [businessman]
Others: Jim, Burt [members of Danny's club], Wilson [Danny's subordinate], a stranger [pretends to be Satan, dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Portsmouth, USA
Reprinted In: Vampire Tales#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: At his club, Danny discusses pacts with the Devil amongst his friends, declaring how someone is supposed to commit murder in order to be suitable for the Devil. A stranger appears and offers Danny $1 million for his soul; Danny signs a paper and soon after gets promoted at work until soon he's worth $1 million. One night, the stranger returns and reveals the pact was a practical joke; angry, Danny kills the stranger and realizes now he's ready for Satan to have hs soul.

Title: "The Face That Followed"
Story:
Art: Al Luster
Villains: An unnamed hermit [dies]
Others: Tony Trent [escaped convict, dies], policemen
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s prison, hermit's cabin
Reprinted In: Vault of Evil#4; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Tony Trent escapes from death row and asks a hermit to hide him; the hermit demands the 1/4 million dollars Trent hid, so Trent gives him a map and the hermit kills him; Trent promises his face will haunt the hermit to his death; the hermit takes the money, but is shot by the police, to whom he appears to look exactly like Trent.

Sixteen

Title: "The Question!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Paul Jessup [engineer, dies]
Others: The Brain [electronic brain], Marie Jessup [Paul's wife, dies], Don [Marie's lover, dies]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Journey Into Mystery#12; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Paul builds the Brain, which can answer any question for the government; he asks it when his wife will die and it says at midnight that evening; he rushes home to find her with another man, plotting his death; he kills them both, then kills himself...which the Brain also predicted.

Title: "Vampire Tale"
Story:
Art: Doug Wildey
Heroes: A dead man [victim of vampire]
Villains: A vampire [dies]
Others: A woman [victim of vampire, dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters Unleashed#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Bandaged man hunts vampire; fails to save the vampire's next victim, but destroys the vampire, only to be put on trial for murder. In court, he reveals he was killed by the vampire a year ago and unmasks to reveal decaying flesh; he crumbles into dust.

Title: "Man Alone!"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Husu Ko [hermit turned madman], Communist Chinese soldiers
Others: Gow Tuh [village idiot, dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Tai-Pen, South Korea; Laiguo, Asia
Reprinted In: Tomb of Darkness#10; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: To invade Tai-Pen, the Chinese recruit Husu Ko because he looks like Gow Tuh; they alter him through drugs and conditioning so he can pass for the village idiot, then kill Gow Tuh so Husu Ko can take his place. However, Husu has gone truly insane and instead sabotages Chinese plots and kills their soldiers.

Title: "The Man Who Wasn't"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Adam [an extraterrestrial spy] and his people
Others: Dr. Wright [scientist]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#30; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Adam claims to be over 100 years old; Dr. Wright decides to test his youth serum on Adam, but it reverts Adam to his true form: an alien invader. This causes a signal to be sent to a waiting fleet who begin their invasion of Earth.

Title: "The Vultures"
Story:
Art: Mannie Banks
Heroes: Malcolm Fletcher [90 year old wealthy man, dies]
Villains: Carl and his two brothers [Malcolm's stepsons]
Others: Margie Fletcher [Malcolm's devoted stepdaughter], Caesar [Malcolm's cat, dies]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Tomb of Darkness#10; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Malcolm's stepsons make several attempts on his life which fail; Malcolm finally dies peacefully in his sleep and the stepsons assume their fortune is made, but the will stipulates only those children who attended Malcolm's funeral would inherit his fortune - so his loyal stepdaughter Margie is only one to inherit.

Seventeen (August, 1954)

Title: "The Death of Danny!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Danny Denton [TV fan, dies]
Villains: A monster [from movie]
Others: A woman [from movie], police detectives
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#2; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Danny discovers he can reach into his television and remove objects, using it to become rich. Seeing a beautiful woman he draws her into his home, but she's from the movie "The Monster Takes a Bride" and the monster follows, killing Danny.

Title: "Machine Age!"
Story:
Art: Sid Check
Heroes: Batok, other humans
Villains: Robots
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant Future
Reprinted In: Weird Wonder Tales#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Atomic war sends mankind underground, where they build machines to operate their civilization. They return to the surface after centuries and live a simple life away from machines. Out of curiosity, the humans finally return underground to see the machines but the machines are now sentient and determined to conquer humanity.

Title: "He Took it With Him"
Story:
Art: Paul Hodge
Villains: Jeremiah Stone [wealthy old man]
Others: Dr. Morrow [Jeremiah's physician], Joe [gravedigger]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: When Jeremiah learns he'll soon be dead he decides to deprive his family of the money by burying it in his grave; he places a false bottom in his coffin and arranges to inject himself with a formula so he'll seem dead, then awaken in the coffin and drop into where the money is hidden, so he can spend his last days with the money. However, because he left no money behind, his family leaves his body for potter's field and Jeremiah is trapped inside his coffin.

Title: "The Thing That Walked!"
Story:
Art: Robert Q. Sale
Villains: Blackie Nolan [schemer, dies], Jerry the Midget [short thief, dies]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Blackie provides Jerry with a robot-like suit of armour to use in comitting robberies, but keeps a combination lock on the suit so Jerry won't betray him; after Jerry nearly kills Blackie following a job, Blackie agrees to help the police by getting Jerry out of the suit; however, he finds Jerry dead inside the suit, having starved to death - the suit is alive and it kills Blackie.

Title: "Midnight on Black Mountain"
Story:
Art: Mort Lawrence
Heroes: Paula Harper [witch]
Villains: Walter Mead [disguise of Satan], goblins, imps, demons, witches
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s Black Mountain
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#1; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Paula wants to marry Walter, but there are suspicions she could be a witch. To prove she isn't to Walter, Paula agrees to go to Black Mountain on the Witches' Sabbath; however, on Black Mountain she's accepted as a witch and Satan himself reveals he was Walter Mead.

Eighteen (October, 1954)

Title: "The Worst Thirst"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Joe Jessup, Pete Jessup [farmers, die]
Others: Mike Robbins [farmer, dies], Jeb Ryan [water-dealer]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s, the Jessup farm
Reprinted In: Dead of Night #5; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: The Jessups are tired of paying for water and decides to siphon the water from Robbins' well to theirs, killing Robbins along the way; they lap the water up, only to learn Robbins had drunkenly poured poison into his well...

Title: "He Wouldn't Stay Dead!"
Story:
Art: Bill Walton
Heroes: Eddie Johnson [entertainer, comedian]
Others: Tad Venner [party host], Abe Evans [entertainment agent]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Tales of the Zombie#3; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: After being signed to a contract, Eddie drives off a cliff and is pronounced dead, yet remains alive; Eddie attempts to prove in court he's alive but loses the case and is buried alive; Eddie comes to at the scene of the accident, realizing it was all a nightmare.
Notes: Retitled "I won't Stay Dead!" in reprint.

Title: "The Man Who Went Back!"
Story:
Art: Pete Tumlinson
Heroes: Jeff Martin [80 year old man, dies]
Others: Mary [woman in 1899], income tax men [Bill]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1954; 1944; 1919; 1899, New York City, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Werewolf by Night#3; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
Synopsis: Penniless, Jeff tries to drown himself in the river but the current carries him back in time 10 years, making him 10 years younger. Jeff enjoys his new life but is pursued by two men; he goes back in time to 1919 and later 1899 and while he makes a fortune, his pursuers follow. Finally he tries to kill his pursuers with a gun, forcing them to draw and shoot him; the two men were from the income tax department but actually had no power in 1899 because there was no income tax then.
"The Hidden Man"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Swami"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Nineteen

"Behind the Locked Door"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Un-Human"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Little Things"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"It Waits In the Tank"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Witch Burning"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Twenty

"Quick-Change"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"After Man...What?"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"Hector"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Messenger"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2
"The Crazy Car"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.2

Twenty-One (January, 1955)

Title: "The Hog!"
Story:
Art: Joe Kubert
Villains: Paul MacNeal [road-hog, dies]
Others: Nellie [a pig], a farmer
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#18; Curse of the Weird#3; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: MacNeal is a wicked driver, purposefully driving others into the ditch, but at the sight of a massive pig in his rear view mirror-- a bigger hog than him-- he crashes the car and dies, forgetting the mirror enlarges.

Title: "Too Human!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: John and Mary Carter [alien invaders, disguised as human couple]
Others: Dixie [dog], Johnny, Tommy [children]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#17; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: Two aliens assume human form and begin living amongst humans, searching for weaknesses to aid their people's planned invasion. However, over time they come to appreciate their human friends and regret their invasion plans. Ultimately, they realize they have become truly human and trick their superiors into thinking their invasion will fail.

Title: "The Man With No Past"
Story:
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Alan Ohm [artist]
Others: Dr. Trent [psychiatrist]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Man-Thing#4; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: Ohm suffers from an inexplicable claustrophobia. Trent attempts to uncover its origin by placing him in a trance and having him draw his earliest memories, but he is unable to draw anything earlier than one year prior. In fact, there are no records of Ohm past the previous year. Finally, Ohm draws the earliest memory yet-- of himself, lying in a coffin. Reincarnation explains everything.
"The Missing Men"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Title: "The Hidden Vampire!"
Story:
Art: Manny Stallman
Heroes: Arthur Sulman [reporter]
Villains: Castle Hogurth [vampire]
Others: Hungarian villagers [Hans named]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Hogurth, Hungary
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Dracula#5; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: Arthur hears about a vampire sighting in Hogurth and goes to investigate. He's directed to a castle and explores, but is locked inside. Realizing vampires can take any form, he surmises too late the castle itself is the vampire.

Twenty-Two

"Mission On Earth"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Title: "Haunted House"
Story:
Art: Larry Woromay
Heroes: Joe [young man]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: Joe is determined to prove a house is haunted; however, overnight he becomes the home's new ghost.
"The Man Who Watched"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Blaster"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Human Germ"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Three

"Gone But Not Forgotten"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Yvette"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Revenge"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Doll House"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Clinging Vine"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Four

"The Locked Drawer"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"High Pressure Man"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Stone Bird"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Long Night"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Eager Beaver"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Five

"The Man Who Lost Himself"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"At Your Service!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Little Man!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Foster's Fate!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Miracle On Maple Street!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Six

"The Wishing Well"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Plane To Nowhere"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Machine"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Stormy Night"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Man From Out There"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Seven

"The Man Who Stopped Time"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"It Happened On Mars"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Masterpiece"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Man Who Changed"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Train That Wasn't There"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Eight

"They Wouldn't Believe Him"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Last Chance"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Hole In the Ground"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Jigsaw"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Survivor"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Twenty-Nine

"Three Frightened People"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Black Book"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Mr. Know-It-All"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Into Thin Air"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"Someone Is in My Room"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Thirty

"The Lady Who Vanished!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"The Man Who Couldn't Breathe!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
"And Then Something Happened"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Title: "No Way Out!"
Story:
Art: Carl Burgos
Villains: Burt Roman, Archie [thieves]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s Honesty Town, USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3
Synopsis: Burt and Archie find no one in Honesty Town will stop them from plundering them so they steal all they can carry then try to leave, but cannot exit the town's borders as they failed the "honesty test" and must now remain in the town with everyone else.
"The Endless Search"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.3

Thirty-One

"The Man Who Had No Fear"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Time Table"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"When Dave Opened the Door"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Dark Room"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Monsters On the Moon"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Two

"Elevator In the Sky"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Two of Me"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Skin Diver"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Someone Out There Is Calling"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Town That Lived Again"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Three (December, 1956)

Title: "There'll Be Some Changes Made"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Paul Haines [inventor]
Others: Lenore Haines [Paul's wife], Cedric Haines [Paul's great-great grandfather]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s New England, USA
Reprinted In: Curse of the Weird#4; Steve Ditko: Edge of Genius; Steve Ditko Archives 2: Unexplored Worlds; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: Paul, angered at his great-great-grandfather for not leaving him his money, invents a device to take money from the past-- but it turns out to be continental currency. Paul finally decides to make something of himself, instead of blaming his ancestor.
Notes: First Marvel art by Steve Ditko.
"The Flame That Burned a Thousand Years"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Fabulous Traveller"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Meddler"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Man Who Had No Friends"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Footprints From Nowhere"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Four

"The Secret of the Mystic Ring"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Long Way Home"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"A Penny for Your Dreams!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Missing Man"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Down to Earth"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Someone Is Calling"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Five

Title: "Missing Persons!"
Story:
Art: Mac Pakula
Villains: Creatures from another reality
Others: A tramp
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Chamber of Chills#13; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: A tramp tells a disbelieving man how creatures are taking people for specimens in an old dark house; the man brings him there to prove it, then turns him over to the creatures-- he's one of them himself.
"Fallon's Folly"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Unexpected Voyagers"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Turn Back the Clock"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Mysterious Mr. Peebles"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Green Fires of Mars"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Six

"I, the Pharaoh"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"He Hides Among Us"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Floating City"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Something Is Happening In There"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Lost Land"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Beasts"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Seven

"The Deep Freeze"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Volcano"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"Inside the Whirlpool"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Voice In the Night"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Sea Serpent"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The First Man"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Eight (September, 1956)

"Stone Face!"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Title: "Those Who Vanish!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes:
Villains: Pete Arlen [convict]
Others: Chief Red Dust [Native man, 104 years old], Eddie and Linda Rhodes [married couple], Mr. Holloway [civilian]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s Chi-Ha-Nichi; Long Bow, Wyoming, USA
Reprinted In: Steve Ditko Archives 2: Unexplored Worlds; Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: After leaving prison, Pete learns of Chi-Ha-Nichi, a pool which can supposedly make people 20 years younger; he sells it to Eddie Rhodes for a huge profit, but the pool actually works, sending people through a time warp which reverts them to how they were 20 years before; Pete uses the pool himself, only to wind up back in prison.
"The Mystery of the Missing Man"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Box That Wouldn't Open"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Secret of the Sargasso Sea"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Sea Serpent"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Thirty-Nine (October, 1956)

Title: "Behind the Mask"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: A Plutonian mask-maker
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Pluto
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: A human visiting Pluto obtains masks to enable humans to disguise themselves as Plutonians. The mask-maker reveals this to the public, but also reveals the humans mean no harm; Earth and Pluto become friends.

Title: "The Forbidden Room!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Ralph Gornov [hiker]
Villains: Drombru [leader of Cavernia]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s central Europe; Cavernia
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: Gornov wanders into the underground city Cavernia and is held there by Drombru who reveals his people were exiled beneath the surface for being too warlike. Drombru insists Gornov remain, even as Drombru is preparing his forces for another war.

Title: "I Lived Four Times!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Stefan Orjanski [army deserter]
Others: Nadja Graj [Stefan's girlfriend], Florian Graj [sorcerer, Nadja's father], Josef Graj, Anton Graj, Gregori Graj, Bela Graj [Florian's sons]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Hungary
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: Stefan deserts from the army and asks Florian to hide him but Florian causes him to experience several different lives as a deserter to make him realize what it would really mean; Stefan returns to the army.

Title: "At the Edge of Nowhere!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: An alien visitor
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: An alien visits Earth but finds people so fearful that he doesn't establish contact with them.

Title: "He Can't Resist"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Eric Lund [thought communicator inventor]
Others: Mr. Wilson [manufacturer], Fred Morse [banker], Lloyd Baldwin [financier]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
Synopsis: No one will fund Lund's thought communicator so he uses it to plant orders into Baldwin's mind which force him to commit robberies but Lund has a change of heart and confesses everything to the police.

Title: "The Executioner!"
Story:
Art: Wally Wood
Heroes: Dr. Ernest Morey [rocket scientist]
Others: Captain Fred Burton [Ernest's son, pilot, dies], Major Cannon [military official], Alice [Fred's girlfriend], Bartok [Ernest's aide]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Near future
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4; Wally Wood: Strange Worlds of Science Fiction
Synopsis: Morey doesn't seem to care about the lives of the men he sends into space, including Captain Burton, whose vessel is destroyed in orbit; however, Burton was his son and Ernest vows to conquer space in his son's memory.

Forty

"I Saw a Demon"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Silence"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"How Harry Escaped"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Strange Secret of Henry Hill"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Victim"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4
"The Question That Can't Be Answered"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Journey into Mystery Vol.4

Forty-One

"I Switched Bodies"
"He Came From Nowhere"
"Prison Without Bars"
"The Unseen"
"The Perfect Hideout"
"The Swirling Mist"

Forty-Two

Title: "Farley's Other Face!"
Story:
Art: John Forte
Villains: Ted Farley [thief]
Others: Barney Rupert [wealthy old man, dies], Gladys Murray [Ted's girlfriend], Mrs. Warren [landlady], Doc Mason [plastic surgeon]
Genre: Crime
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Ted steals some of Barney's money and flees, abandoning Gladys and having his face and fingerprints changed. when Barney dies, he still leaves money to Ted but Ted can't prove his identity and Gladys takes it all.
"Life Sentence"
"The Curse of Ojiir"
"Humans Keep Out"
"The Savage"
"The Disappearing Man"

Forty-Three

"It's Waiting For Me"
"The Invisible Woman"
"The Third Ear"
"The Panhandler"
"Ghost Ship"

Title: "The Secret of the Strange Stone"
Story:
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Henry [old man]
Others: Martha [Henry's wife]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Henry finds a strange glowing stone which falls from the sky. He fantasizes about using its glowing properties to conquer the world but thinks better of it and uses a mirror to reflect its rays upon itself, causing it to vanish. Sure, why not?

Forty-Four

"The Menace of the Green Men"
"While the City Sleeps"
"The Strange Power of Henry Grey"
"The Taboo"
"The Outcast"
"The Haunted Halls"

Forty-Five

"The Demon's Shadow"
"Which One of Us Is Me?"
"The Eye That Never Closed"
"Something In the House"
"The Scream of the Screen"
"What Happened To Harrison?"

Forty-Six

"The Middle of the Night"
"Voodoo"
"The Red Doom"
"The Betrayer"
"Nightmare"

Title: "The Desert Rat!"
Story:
Art: Bernie Krigstein
Heroes: Phil Bradley [reporter], Josef Krugg [strongman, desert hermit]
Others: Sheik Pazah [Sahara nomad], Abu Shah [strongman]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s Death Valley, California; Sahara, Cairo, Egypt
Synopsis: Bradley seeks out Krugg in Death Valley to learn why he became a hermit. Krugg relates how he feared losing his strength and toured the world for an answer, finally joining up with Abu Shah; he drank from Shah's secret formula, but thereafter had to live in a desert as Shah did because it made him a literal man of iron and rain now makes him rust.

Forty-Seven (June, 1958)

"Bring Back My Body"
"It Hides Under the Ground"
"They Can't Find Me"
"The Blinding Flash"

Title: "The Face in the Darkness!"
Story:
Art: Howard O'Donnell
Heroes: J. Alfred Torgan [medium exposer]
Others: Swami Leon [medium], George Torgan [Alfred's brother, missionary], George's son
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Trogan wants a medium to connect him with people who aren't alive, but each one is a fake. Swami Leon shows Alfred the face of someone he doesn't know and Alfred calls him a fake. 20 years later, Alfred meets his nephew for the first time and recognizes him as the face in Leon's conjuring.
"He Sits In the Fog"

Forty-Eight

"Where There's Smoke"
"The Woman Who Played With Dolls"

Title: "The Phony!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Bruce Selden [tall tale teller]
Villains: Thinking plants
Others: Leopard Men, African Giants, Bush Pygmies, Bruce's publisher, Bruce's wife and children
Genre:
Setting: 1950s USA; Borneo; 1920s Burma; 1920s-30s Africa
Synopsis: Bruce sells his autobiography, telling of his weird adventures in Burma and Africa. When his wife exposes him as a fraud he goes into hiding in Borneo and discovers intelligent plants but realizes no one will believe his story.

Title: "Behind the Mask!"
Story:
Art: Jay Scott Pike
Heroes: Bruce Chalmers [old businessman]
Others: Lois Farr [beautiful woman], Miss Owens [Bruce's secretary], Mr. Mobely [mask maker]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Bruce is attracted to Lois but at 65, thinks he's too old for her. Hearing of Mobely's work, Bruce receives a mask which makes him younger, but he refuses to pay Mobely's $10,000 fee. Posing as his own son, Bruce romances Lois and prepares to marry her when the mask wears off; Bruce goes back to Mobely and pays the full amount to receive a perfected mask. The next day, Lois reveals she was one of Mobely's customers too - they're really both old people.

Title: "Don't Turn Around!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Frank Mulford [inventor]
Villains: Wally, Joe [robbers]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s
Synopsis: As Frank is testing his time machine, Wally and Joe rob him and knock him unconscious. The time machine brings forth warriors of the past who chase Wally and Joe away. When Frank awakens, the time travelers are gone and Frank thinks his machine is a failure.

Title: "The Curiosity of Mr. Catt!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Mr. Felinus Catt
Others: Mrs. Maitland [landlady], Frank Masters [Catt's boss]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Catt's apartment seems to be haunted by the ghost of the killer who died there.

Forty-Nine

"City of Giants"
"The Doctor Wears a Mask"
"The World-Destroyers!"
"The Little Green Man"
"Morgan's Mad Machine!"
"The Room With Two Billion Cards!"

Fifty (January, 1959)

Title: "Worlds at War!"
Story:
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: George Devlin [army colonel]
Others: Martians
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1983 USA
Reprinted In: Curse of the Weird#4
Synopsis: In 1983, Martians informed Earth it would be destroyed. All Earthmen banded together to prepare for war, but arriving upon Mars, learnt the Martians had no weapons-- they wanted to unify the human race and had succeeded.

Title: "Three Who Vanished"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: An alien spy
Villains: Extraterrestrial race and its ruler
Others: Ocean divers, astronauts, geologists
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA
Synopsis: Three men suddenly vanish from Earth, reapparing on an alien world; the three men had been sent as spies to prepare for an invasion, but one of the spies has grown to love Earth and destroys his people's weapons then returns to live on Earth as a free man.

Title: "Uneasy Lies the Head!"
Story:
Art: Carl Burgos
Heroes: The Leader [robot, ruler of humanity]
Others: Bensor [The Leader's creator], Dr. Cartol Zena [physician]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Earth
Synopsis: The Leader rules over Earth justly but after an assassination attempt, Dr. Zena discovers he's really a robot and must decide whether to keep this secret.
"Adrift in Space"
"The Green Fog"

Fifty-One

Title: "Creatures in the Volcano"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Tubua [island native]
Villains: Aliens from Igneous Rex
Others: Maliki, other natives
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: The island of Devil's Head, Ono-I-Lau
Reprinted In: Crazy#66
Synopsis: Tubua discovers aliens in a volcano planning to invade and they let him go because no one would believe a savage; Tubua sells his island to the U.S. and they set off atomic bomb tests, destroying the aliens.

Title: "Alien on Earth"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Christopher Rule
Others: Aliens
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Chicago, New Mexico
Synopsis: When an alien lands on Earth whom humanity can't communicate with, they soon turn against it and drive it away. It warns its people away from contact because humans are using primitive atomic weapons.
Notes: Similar story told as "The Gargoyle From the Fifth Galaxy!" in World of Fantasy#19.

Title: "Robot on the Rampage!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: A janitor
Villains: The Supreme Calculator [advanced robot]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2159 Earth
Synopsis: Over time, humans give more control to their automatons until finally the Supreme Calculator is made to run all of Earth's robots, but it seizes power from humans. Fortunately, it keeps humans employed as janitors and one of them discovers the Calculator is powered by a simple plug; he removes the plug, enabling humans to reprogram the Calculator to serve them again.
"The Ghost Ship of Space"

Title: "The Prison Planet!"
Story:
Art: Carl Burgos
Others: Uxmal [Martian], Sam, Martha [humans]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Mars; Earth
Synopsis: Martians recall how Earth was once a penal colony and how across 2 million years the human civilization has grown until now humans are ready to leave Earth and explore Mars.

Fifty-Two (May, 1959)

Title: "Menace From Mars!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Christopher Rule
Heroes: Lynn Hamilton
Villains: Martians and their emperor
Others: Jojo [gorilla], Seaweed [stallion], Rajah [elephant]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2306, Earth, Mars
Synopsis: Martians think humans are weak, but Hamilton displays the powers of the other creatures of Earth which surpass them and they swear off their invasion.

Title: "The Man With the Atomic Brain!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Ted Lestron [mutant, vast psychic powers]
Others: Karl Lestron [Ted's father, atomic scientist], Ted's mother, Dr. Cal and Dr. Hume [scientists], other mutants
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s Washington DC, USA; the moon; Kora
Synopsis: Ted develops massive psychic powers from birth but people grow to fear him; eventually, he goes to be with other mutants who hope to help guide humanity to create a better future.
Notes: Retold as "the Man in the Sky" in Amazing Adult Fantasy#14.
"Trapped on Earth"
Notes: Retold as "Kragoo!" in Journey into Mystery#65.

Title: "Travelers in Time!"
Story:
Art: Carl Burgos
Heroes: Norman Crane [film writer, man from future]
Others: Griffith Cartwright [film producer]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s Hollywood, California, USA; 2889
Synopsis: Crane suggests to Cartwright a film idea: haunted houses are locations used by people traveling through time as safe landing points. Cartwright thinks it's unbelievable, so Crane returns to his home in 2889, confident no one believes in time travel.
"Invasion From Outer Space"

Fifty-Three

Title: "The Stranger in Space!"
Story:
Art: John Forte
Heroes: Frank Mason [astronaut]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2888, space station
Reprinted In: Vault of Evil#20; Strange Tales Annual#1
Synopsis: Mason, on his way to galaxy M-19, is surprised to find a craft identical to his which just came from M-19; he finally learns the other ship is himself, as the travel through space had displaced him in time.
"Only 12 of Us 5 Live"

Title: "Beware of Tomorrow!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Mike Wellis [news correspondent]
Others: Joe [reporter], a time traveller
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1959, Mount Kolmar; Arizona, USA
Synopsis: A stranger keeps correctly predicting calamities before they occur; Mike wonders how he could see into the future, but the man responds he's from the future.
"Shadows in the Night"
"He Made the Machines Go Mad"

Fifty-Four (September, 1959)

Title: "I Am the Menace From the Purple Planet"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Christopher Rule
Villains: Aliens from Orion Major [look like robots], Gxenu [robot, poses as Orion Major native]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: When Gxenu and his robot arrive, humanity takes him hostage, but Gxenu is the real robot and the true alien escapes to inform its people.

Title: "My Other Face!"
Story:
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Jason Gibbs [ugly man]
Others: Rectorus [Martian scientist]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Earth, Mars, distant future
Reprinted In: Star Wars Weekly#93
Synopsis: Gibbs heads to Mars to drink a potion that promises to improve one's appearance, but it makes him look like a handsome Martian.

Title: "I Unleashed Monstro on the World!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Sam Binder [stage hypnotist]
Villains: Monstro [giant white gorilla]
Others: Moko [performing gorilla]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA; African island
Synopsis: Binder uses hypnotism on gorillas to perform in his act; he seeks out Monstro and brings him to the USA for his performances, but Monstro is immune to his hypnotism and Binder must stop Monstro's rampage; it turns out Monstro was blind.

Title: "I Dared to Defy the Idol's Curse!"
Story:
Art: Joe Sinnott
Villains: Dunstan Blake [soldier of fortune]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA; Tibet; Superius Rex
Synopsis: Dunstan hears of a priceless gem in Tibet and tries to steal it but it proves to be an alien device which transfers him to a rocket bound for planet Superius Rex to serve as a sample of humanity.

Title: "I Know the Gargoyle's Secret!"
Story:
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Pierre Duval [Frenchman, statue cleaner, resistance member]
Villains: Nazis
Others: Jacques [Frenchman], stone gargoyles
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: June, 1940, Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris, France
Synopsis: Pierre tends to Notre Dame's gargoyles; when about to be executed by the Nazis during World War II, Pierre's life is saved by his gargoyle friends, who come to life and destroy the Nazis.

Fifty-Five (November, 1959)

Title: "I Found the Giant in the Sky!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Professor Dunn [fairy tale collector]
Others: A giant, a beautiful woman
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Strange Tales Annual#1
Synopsis: Professor Dunn buys an old book of fairy tales and two beans fall out; wondering if they're like the beans from the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, Dunn plants them; a massive beanstalk grows and Dunn follows it to a castle in the clouds, whose giant occupant tears out the beanstalk to prevent anyone else from invading his privacy. The giant turns out to be friendly and introduces Dunn to a normal-sized beautiful woman who has grown up with the giant; she asks Dunn to be her prince. The giant sends Dunn's story back to Earth as a mere comic book fantasy.
"I Saw the Serpent That Saved the World"
Reprinted In: Strange Tales Annual#1

Title: "My Neighbour's Secret"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, George Klein
Heroes: Sam [reporter, San Pueres Gazette]
Others: Noah
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: San Pueres
Synopsis: Sam investigates a man building a boat in the middle of the desert, but when it begins to rain, Sam realizes the man is really Noah.

"I Was a Prisoner of the Ape Creatures"
"I Can Live Forever"

Fifty-Six

Title: "I Brought Zog Back to Life!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Charles Burton [scientist]
Villains: "Zog" [extraterrestrial frozen in ice]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s North Atlantic Ocean; United Nations, New York, USA
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#6
Synopsis: A creature is found frozen in glacial ice with the word "Zog" printed on it. People around the world fear what will happen when Zog gets out, to the point of giving up on plans for the future. Burton sees what fear of Zog is doing to mankind and destroys the glacier; the creature responds by freezing itself again. Burton explains "Zog" means "S.O.S." and the creature doesn't want to conquer, just protect itself until a rescue party arrives.

Title: "I Planted the Seeds of Doom!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Hank Garnett [interplanetary explorer]
Villains: A giant plant-like lizard [dies]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Post-1990, planet X-41; Earth
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#6
Synopsis: Garnett brings a flower back from X-41, but it blossoms into a giant lizard; the lizard still needs water to live and perishes without it; Garnett reflects it wasn't intelligent enough to use a faucet.

Title: "I Shrunk Away to Nothing!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Brad [micronaut]
Others: Professor Ace [scientist]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; a macroworld
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#6
Synopsis: Requiring money for his brother's operation, Brad agrees to be shrunk into the microverse; there, he finds himself on the planet Earth - Brad's own world exists in a universe above.
Notes: Retold as "the World Beyond" in Strange Tales#82.

Title: "I Saw the Lighthouse Ghosts!"
Story:
Art: Joe Sinnott
Heroes: John
Villains: The crew of the Flying Dutchman
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1959, New England, USA
Reprinted In: Fear#4
Synopsis: John's boat wrecks in a storm and he spends a night in the supposedly haunted lighthouse; he sees the Flying Dutchman pull up and its crew travel through the lighthouse; when John tells the story later no one believes him, but he kept one of the Dutchman's life preservers as evidence.
Notes: Retitled "I Spent a Night in the Haunted Lighthouse!" in reprint.

Fifty-Seven

Title: "Orogo! The Nightmare From Outer Space!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Mr. Carstairs [blind man]
Villains: Orogo [alien robot]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#2; Where Monsters Dwell#12
Synopsis: Orogo threatens Earth with his hypnotic powers but cannot effect Mr. Carstairs, a blind man and so collapses in defeat.

Title: "The Earth-Crawlers!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Henry Salt [rain control device inventor]
Villains: Tutaku [African witch doctor]
Others: Henry's wife
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; Africa
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#12
Synopsis: Henry's wife thinks his rain control device is useless, but when Tutaku tries to conquer Africa by creating massive trees which burrow through the continent, Henry's device cuts the trees off from rain, forcing them to shrivel up and die.

Title: "The Metal Monster"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Mason [road builder]
Villains: Grosko [son of the "gypsy king"]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Europe
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#12
Synopsis: Gypsies object when Mason plans to build a road through a forest they camp in. Grosko animates Mason's steamshovel and makes it attack him until he promises to detour around the forest.

Title: "The Martian Who Stole My Body!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: John Warren [switches bodies with Zetora]
Villains: Zetora [Martian criminal]
Others: Spot [John's dog], Sam Harris [John's neighbour], policemen, US Army
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#7
Synopsis: Zetora confronts John and switches bodies with him to complete his escape from Mars but Spot recognizes John isn't who he claims to be and helps the public realize Zetora is really John Warren; John winds up back in his own body.
Notes: Zetora returns next issue.

Fifty-Eight (May, 1960)

Title: "Beware!! Of the Little Toy Men!!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: An unnamed reporter
Villains: Alien, toy robots
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Super-Heroes#29
Synopsis: A reporter meets a toy-maker who jokingly claims to be an alien, sending his toy men to conquer the world. The reporter believes the toy-maker is telling the truth and prints the story. Eventually he proves it to the public by revealing the toy-maker has a wind-up key in his back.

Title: "They Called Me a Witch"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott
Villains: Evelyn [witch hunter]
Others: John Redmond [Amanda's lover], Amanda Dalton [seamstress, witch]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 18th century Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Synopsis: Amanda is accused of being a witch by Evelyn, but John convinces the townsfolk of Amanda's innocence. Amanda leaves John because they could never work out-- she really is a witch.

Title: "Return of the Martian"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Zetora [from #57]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Zetora returns to threaten mankind, but is slain by Earth's bacteria.

Title: "I Found Rro ...the Thing From the Bottomless Pit!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Don Heck
Heroes: Mark Garnett [engineer]
Villains: Rro [giant flying dragon]
Others: Martha [Mark's wife]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s New Mexico, USA
Synopsis: Mark leads a project burrowing into the earth which uncovers Rro; the army attacks Rro and shoots him down, but afterward they learn Rro came in peace; because they attacked him, Rro's people will seal off their underground world from humans.

Fifty-Nine (July, 1960)

Title: "I Unleashed Shagg Upon the World"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: An unnamed man
Villains: Shagg [the Sphinx, alien robot warrior]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Egypt
Reprinted In: Strange Tales Annual#1; Tomb of Darkness#18
Synopsis: A man accidentally awakens the Sphinx, which proves to be an alien robot sent to conquer humanity. When Shagg learns it was activated by mistake, it returns to rest until all the other warriors are awakened and erases all memories of it having awakened. However, the man kept a diary of what happened...
"I Was Trapped in Horror House!"

Title: "The Revenge of the Wooden Woman"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Captain Cork [sea captain]
Villains: Pirates
Others: Valkyrie [masthead figure]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 19th century
Synopsis: Cork speaks to Valkyrie as though she were alive; when pirates raid his ship and set Cork and the crew adrift, Valkyrie causes the ship to sink, destroying the pirates; her last act is to guide a rescue ship to Cork and his men.
"I Am the Beast Man"

Sixty

"We Were Trapped With the Silent Monster"
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#11

Title: "I Found the Things From Nowhere"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Joe Carter
Others: Red ants, black ants
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#1; Where Monsters Dwell#9
Synopsis: Joe's television suddenly begins to bring up images of strange beings making war with one another. Unable to account for it, Joe believes he has tuned into another world and watches hopelessly as one side is conquered. He never suspects the entire drama was played out beneath his own window by an army of red ants invading the ant hill of black ants.
Notes: Same story as Tales of Suspense#4's "Voice of Doom."

Title: "I Learned the Monstrous Secret of Bombu!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Mason [businessman], his pilot
Villains: Bombu [alien, dies]
Others: The Esperanza [Amazon tribe]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s, the Amazon, South America
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#9
Synopsis: Mason and his pilot crash in the Amazon and are captured by a tribe who worship the alien Bombu. Mason doubts Bombu is really an alien and believes his powers are all an illusion. When Bombu is struck down by lightning, Mason is shocked to discover he really was an alien.
Notes: Bombu returns in Marvel Monsters: Where Monsters Dwell#1.

Title: "I Turned Into a... Martian!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: An astronaut
Villains: A martian [vast mental powers, dies]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Mars, Earth
Reprinted In: Fear#4
Synopsis: An astronaut is attacked by a Martian who telepathically assumes the astronaut's form and uses the astronauts' thoughts to prepare his attack on Earth. As their rocket arrives on Earth, the astronaut's thoughts cause the Martian to think he could conquer humanity with one attack; when the Martian exits the rocket shooting at the assembled crowd's, he's quickly shot dead by the police, causing he and the astronaut to revert to their true bodies.

Sixty-One

Title: "I Opened the Door to... Nowhere!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: A hypnotist
Villains: A burglar
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#17; Tower of Shadows Special#1
Synopsis: A burglar on the run forces his way into a home and hides in a room, but doesn't realize he's been hypnotized by the owner; he believes he's trapped in an endless series of doors, unable to get out.

Title: "I Defied Gomdulla -- the Living Pharaoh!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Paul [Interpol agent]
Villains: Gomdulla [giant alien, dressed as a mummy] and his cult of followers
Others: Timmy, Bobby [children]
Genre: Monster, Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Egypt
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#12
Synopsis: Children playing near the giant mummy Gomdulla strike a button on his right foot which brings him to life; Gomdulla rampages out of his pyramid and disappears. Some time later, Paul is sent to investigate a cult formed around Gomdulla and finds the giant mummy truly exists; before Gomdulla can kill him, the cult's priest presses the button on his foot and puts him to sleep again. The priest explains he formed the cult to keep Gomdulla from killing others.

Title: "I Dared Enter the Haunted Forest!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Darius Zorn [bigoted factory owner]
Others: Mr. Jones [club member], Jarvis [Zorn's employee], creatures from another dimension
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; Switzerland; Germany; an alien dimension
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#13
Synopsis: Zorn is bigoted to others and cruel to his employees; finding a forbidden forest on the border of Switzerland-Germany, Zorn insists on entering against the advice of others; he finds himself transported into another dimension, having been chosen by the creatures there to represent humanity in their zoo because no one would miss him.

Title: "The Curse of M'Gumbu!"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: M'Gumbu [Iquito witch doctor]
Villains: Iquitos [Amazon tribe]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Amazon jungle
Reprinted In: Fear#7
Synopsis: M'Gumbu disapproves of his people performing raids; when they try to kill him, he casts a spell which transforms the villagers into just 12 inches high.

Sixty-Two

Title: "I Can't Escape From The Creeping Things!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Silas Bleede [wealthy man]
Villains: A tree
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Europe
Reprinted In: Fear#8; Monster Menace#2
Synopsis: The cruel Bleede takes down a tree outside his new manor, but the branches come to life and chase him. He retreats, letting the tree win.

Title: "There is a Brain Behind the Fangs!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Frank Miller [scientist]
Villains: Pharaoh [John's cat]
Others: John Redfield [psychiatrist], Laddie [Frank's dog]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#6
Synopsis: Frank thinks dogs are preparing to conquer humanity; John hypnotizes Laddie, but finds no evidence of ulterior motives. He doesn't suspect this is because Laddie was hypnotized by Pharaoh - cats are the true masterminds!

Title: "I Was a Slave of the Living Hulk!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Joe Harper [electrician]
Villains: Xemnu [telepathic alien cyborg conqueror]
Others: US Air Force pilots, alien guards, alien convicts, Mrs. Harper [Joe's wife]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s Blacktree Swamp, USA; an alien penal colony
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#11; Marvel Monsters: Devil Dinosaur#1; Marvel Monsters TPB
Synopsis: Joe finds Xemnu lying inert in Blacktree Swamp; he revives him, only to learn Xemnu is an escaped criminal. Using his telepathic might, Xemnu forces all people on Earth to obey him and begin constructing a spaceship so he can return to his world, but the launch of this craft will destroy Earth. Joe stealthily fixes the wiring in the craft to cause an electric shock which immobilizes Xemnu; Joe sends the ship into orbit, hoping it will drift aimlessly. Only Joe recalls Xemnu's conquest.
Notes: Retitled "I Was a Slave of the Living Titan!" in some reprints; returns in #66.

Sixty-Three (December, 1960)

Title: "Goliath! The Monster That... Walked Like A Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Mr. Baxter [advertiser], Charlie [his assistant]
Villains: Goliath [invader from the undersea world of Mu]
Others: Ulvar ["alien from Centaurus II", built by Baxter]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Monster Masterworks; Where Monsters Dwell#10
Synopsis: When the massive Gigantus invades the world of men, an advertising man creates a big monster to scare him away.
Notes: Re-named "Gigantus" in reprints. Returns in Marvel Universe#7

Title: "I Took a Journey into Fear!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Otto Bruger [scientist]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#6
Synopsis: Otto wants to prove time travel and uses a device to travel back in time, but doesn't realize he's only traveled within his own mind; his body remains in an asylum as he continues to think he's gone back in time.

Title: "The Dangerous Doll"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Timothy Jones
Others: Cathy Jones [Timothy's daughter, lame], a doll-like alien and its parents
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#20
Synopsis: Cathy wants a doll; Timothy finds a doll which turns out to be a miniature alien; although Timothy fears it might be evil, it actually loves Cathy for protecting it and when its parents return for it, the alien heals Cathy's lame leg before departing.

Title: "I Was Trapped by the Mole Men!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Sir Norman Ramsay [wealthy mine owner]
Villains: Mole Men [underground creatures]
Others: Blake, other mine workers
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s England
Reprinted In: Monsters On the Prowl#14
Synopsis: Ramsay refuses to give his workers raises, but after he is captured by the Mole Men and Blake saves him, he changes his mind.

Sixty-Four (January, 1961)

Title: "I Found the Lair of... the Lizard Men"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Eric Kane [criminal]
Others: Lizard Men [underground dwellers]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Africa
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#6
Synopsis: Kane escapes from his chain gang and flees underground, where he finds the Lizard Men. They welcome him to live among them in peace, but he decides to steal their valuable diamond and return to the surface. However, the diamond turns him into a Lizard Man and he is left unable to return to the surface and unwelcome by his fellow Lizard Men.

Title: "I Must Find Korumbu!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Hugo Barge [fat man]
Others: Korumbu [gypsy]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Europe
Reprinted In: Fear#3
Synopsis: Barge goes to Europe hoping to find a way to lose weight; Korumbu gives him a potion to do just that, but he keeps losing weight every minute and must keep eating food for the rest of his life or waste into nothing.

Title: "I Dared To Battle...Rorgg King of the Spider Men!!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Tim Johnson [teenager]
Villains: Rorgg [dies], other Spider Men
Others: Ann [Tim's girlfriend], Martha and Frank Johnson [Tim's parents]
Genre: Monster, Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Mexico
Reprinted In: Fear#3; Monster Menace#4
Synopsis: Rorgg invades Mexico with his Spider Men, but Tim kills Rorgg with DDT and the Spider Men retreat.
Notes: Rorgg returns in Fantastic Four Unlimited#7.

Title: "Who is the Ape Man?"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Bruno Storme [circus strongman]
Others: Kazar [circus gorilla], Pierre Duval [circus animal trainer; chimpanzee]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Bruno taunts Kazar for being dumber than him; Pierre dresses up Kazar as a human to humiliate Bruno in public, proving his strength is superior; Bruno picks a fight and Kazar knocks him out, then drops him on a freight car leaving town; Pierre himself is a chimpanzee (huh?).

Sixty-Five

Title: "I am the Brute That Walks!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Brute That Walks [Howard Avery, scientist turned into big hairy monster]
Others: Sally Barton [Howard's girlfriend]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Marvel Monster Masterworks; Where Creatures Roam#1
Synopsis: Skinny Howard Avery wants to impress his girl, but becomes a monster. As the Brute, he tries to kill her, but the potion wears off-- and he is declared a hero for saving her.

Title: "Fear in the Night"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Model VO-6 [robot] Number Seven [Zenok II]
Villains: Big green monster
Others: Other men from Zenok II
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Alien world, 24th century
Reprinted In: Marvel Monster Masterworks; Where Creatures Roam#1
Synopsis: A robot and a man crash-land on an alien world and are attacked by a monster while waiting for rescue.
Notes: Until the climax, we are led to believe the man is a robot and the robot a man.

Title: "Kragoo!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Kragoo [gamma-powered Kragoom warrior]
Others: Kragoom warriors
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; Kragoom homeworld
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#1
Synopsis: Kragoo is sent to prepare Earth for invasion by using his powers to enslave a human's mind, then spread his psychic influence from person to person. However, Kragoo mistakes a statue for a human and accidentally projects his mind inside the statue, leaving him no way to escape.
Notes: Retold from "Trapped on Earth" in Journey into Mystery#52.

Sixty-Six

Title: "The Return of the Hulk!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Joe Harper
Villains: Xemnu [from #62]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s Pineville, USA
Reprinted In: Monsters On the Prowl#14
Synopsis: Xemnu returns to Earth and enthrals the population of Pineville to help him rebuild his spacecraft, but Harper defeats him again by using a mirror to turn his power against him, causing him to vanish.
Notes: Xemnu appears next in Marvel Feature#3.

Title: "The Black Ray"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Hiram Drudd [criminal scientist]
Others: Edmond Dantes [Count of Monte Cristo], Abbe Faria [Dantes' friend]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; 1815, Chateau D'if, France
Reprinted In: Fear#6
Synopsis: Unwilling to serve his prison time, Drudd constructs the black ray, a time machine which will send him into the body of someone in the past; he chooses to become the richest man in the world, 250 years earlier. However, he finds himself in the body of Edmond Dantes while he is a prisoner on Chateau D'if.

Title: "The Thing Behind the Wall!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Emil Fitch [thief], Morak [creature from Dark Dimension]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#7
Synopsis: Emil is trying to rob a bank when he's locked in the vault; he meets Morak, a creature from the Dark Dimension who grants him the power to pass through walls so he can kidnap Emil and bring him to the Dark Dimension; Morak is interrupted and Emil is imprisoned; Emil knows at any time he could walk through the prison walls but that Morak would surely be waiting on the other side.

Sixty-Seven

"Gruto! The Creature From Nowhere"
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#11

Title: "The Last Voyage of Captain Kragg"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Captain Kragg [starship captain]
Others: Kumbus [explorer]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, an alien world
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#12
Synopsis: After a space battle, Kragg is forced to crash on an alien world. Learning Kumbus plans to prove his world is round, Kragg sees a parallel with Christopher Columbus and knocks out Kumbus so he can make the voyage instead and win fame for himself. However, this particular planet is flat.

Title: "The Black Clock!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Mr. Jordan [criminal]
Others: An old man [owner of Black Clock]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#12
Synopsis: Mr. Jordan sees an old man in his boarding house keeps to himself; he imagines the man has money so breaks into his room, finding just the Black Clock. Jordan takes it, but soon discovers possessing the clock causes people to age rapidly.

Sixty-Eight (May, 1961)

Title: "The Man From Mars!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Joe Krunk [cheap carnival owner]
Villains: Luxurr [Martian spy disguised as human], Martians
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; Mars
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#15
Synopsis: Krunk can't find people willing to work for him, but hires an amnesiac man to play a Martian in his sideshow. When they quarrel over money, Krunk hits the man, restoring his memory; the man is Luxorr, a Martian spy sent to retrieve a human for the Martian zoo. He teleports himself and Krunk to Mars.

Title: "Spragg Conqueror of the Human Race!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Bob [university professor]
Villains: Spragg [hill-like extraterrestrial]
Others: Hilda [civilian]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s Transylvania
Reprinted In: Creatures on the Loose#15
Synopsis: Bob discovers Spragg, a sentient rock creature dwelling within a mountain, using its power of hypnosis to control men so they build a dynamo which will increase its power. Bob is immune to Spragg because of his metal helmet and alters the device to become a rocket craft so when Spragg activates the seeming dynamo he is rocketed into space.
Notes: Spragg returns in Sensational She-Hulk#31.
"Where Walks the Ghost?"

Sixty-Nine

Title: "The Iron Giant!"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Ben Perkins ["Lonely Ben," train engineer]
Villains: Wharton Gang [train robbers]
Others: Annie [Ben's train engine]
Genre: Western
Setting: 1880s
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#164
Synopsis: The Wharton Gang rob Ben's train and strand Ben in the desert, but Ben's train "Annie" comes to life and follows the gang, chasing them into the arms of the law; Ben and Annie are reunited.

Title: "I Was Captured by... Korilla!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: A cab driver
Villains: Korilla [extraterrestrial warlord] and his soldiers
Others: Charlie [police officer]
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Creatures on the Loose#12
Synopsis: A cab driver delivers one of Korilla's soldiers to their hideout and catches a glimpse of the alien's face; the aliens pursue the cabbie and deliver him to Korilla, where the driver learns how the aliens plan to conquer Earth with a gas which only stuns humans. The cabbie escapes the aliens and contacts their superiors, claiming their mission is a failure. The alien superiors activate a gas which knocks out Korilla and his men, then fires a ray beam which brings them back to their home galaxy. There's no evidence to prove the cab driver just saved Earth.

Title: "When Darkness Falls!!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Others: Wax mannequins
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#13
Synopsis: Wax figures come to life in a department store at night; one berates the others for being careless and nearly being seen moving during the day.

Seventy

Title: "The Stoneman"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Dralla [statue of noble hero who saved Oakfast]
Others: An old man
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Oakfast, central Europe
Reprinted In: Kull the Destroyer#12
Synopsis: An old man prays to the statue of Dralla for help and soon gold nuggets appear everywhere, but the old man is too weak to gather any for himself; the village mistreats him, whereupon Dralla's statue comes to life, removes the gold and brings the old man away from Earth for his reward.

Title: "A Thousand Years"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Mr. Jordan [prison convict]
Villains: The Devil
Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy
Setting: 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Crypt of Shadows#6
Synopsis: In his cell, Jordan is visited by the Devil, who offers to set him free and grant him 1,000 years of life. Jordan agrees, but after being set free he boards a rocket to hide and the rocket launches into space, leaving Jordan with a thousand years in isolation to endure.

Title: "The Sandman Cometh!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Steve Bronson [former prize fighter and US Marine]
Villains: Sandman [extraterrestrial invader with sand-like body]
Others: Anne Bronson [Steve's wife], Bobby Bronson [Steve's bookish son], US Army
Genre: Monster, Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s USA; Mexico
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#13
Synopsis: Steve is concerned by Bobby's lack of athleticism so takes the family on vacation in Mexico to rough it. Exploring a cave, Steven accidentally awakens the Sandman, who had slumbered there for centuries; Sandman forces the family to bring him to the USA with them so he can begin his plan of conquest. Steve alerts the army but nothing seems able to harm him; however, Bobby simply douses the creature with water, rendering him powerless; the Sandman is sealed up inside a vault and Steve finally accepts Bobby's intellect.

Seventy-One

Title: "The Painting"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Simon Squeed [art collector]
Others: A gypsy painter
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Paris, France; Bessarabia
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#6; Amazing Adventures#24
Synopsis: Squeed hears about a gypsy's rare painting, but the gypsy refuses to sell it; Squeed accuses the gypsy of stealing the painting from him so he can claim it, but it's an enchanted picture which makes Squeed into one of the figures in the image.

Title: "I Brought the Roc to Life!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: John [archaeologist]
Villains: Roc [giant bird]
Others: Anne [John's wife], NATO jets, Manuel [bullfighter], a decoy Roc
Genre: Fantasy, Monster
Setting: 1960s Switzerland; Cairo, Egypt; Spain; Holland; Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#10
Synopsis: While on a honeymoon dig in Egypt with Anne, John finds the immense egg of the Roc. Exposing it to sunlight causes the egg to hatch and the Roc goes on a rampage through the Middle East and Europe, gathering wreckage with which to build a nest and fending off NATO attack jets. Finally, John convinces scientists to build a decoy Roc, which they fire into space; desiring a mate, the Roc pursues the decoy, sparing Earth from its assault.

Title: "The Boy Who Vanished!"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Billy Carter [crippled 13 year old]
Others: Alana [young woman], Alana's father [physician], Mr. and Mrs. Carter [Billy's parents]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1961, USA; 2301
Reprinted In: Fear#4
Synopsis: Billy's science fiction comics inspire him to try and travel through time by imagining it; he finds himself in 2301 and meets Alana, who takes Billy to her father to cure his infirmity. By concentrating, Billy returns to his own time and finds he's still cured of his crippled leg.

Seventy-Two

Title: "The Glop"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: An unnamed painter, an unnamed scientist
Villains: The Glop [alien statue brought to life by paint, destroyed]
Others: Transylvanians
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s Transylvania
Reprinted In: Marvel Monster Masterworks; Where Creatures Roam#7
Synopsis: A painter is brought to Transylvania by a scientist to mix chemicals to bring to life an alien statue, but "the Glop" proves to be a hostile force. The painter removes the painter with turpentine and the statue is destroyed by angry villagers.

Title: "The Patient in Room 3D"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Others: Scientists, ape
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#7
Synopsis: Scientists hope their test subject will be able to solve all of Earth's problems after increasing his intelligence 10 times, but even his advanced intellect cannot solve their problems...because he's still just an ape.

Title: "Will This Be the End of the World?
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Others: Alien citizens, baseball players
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Microscopic world
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#7
Synopsis: Men see a massive white sphere coming at their world and quickly evacuate the planet in rocket ships...just as the baseball strikes the catcher's mitt.

Seventy-Three

Title: "What Lurks On Channel X?"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Bill Jones
Villains: Jordan ["Paragon Television" salesman, Plutonian], Plutonians
Others: Cragley [building superintendent], Ruth Jones [Bill's wife]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monster Menace#1; Fear#5
Synopsis: Bill and Ruth get a free TV, without telling their tyrannical super. It turns out to be a mind-controlling device sent by Plutonians to aid in invasion, but when Cragley cuts off the aerial, their minds are freed and Bill destroys the TV.

Title: "Where Will You Be When...the Spider Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Robert Carter [scientist]
Villains: An irradiated spider [dies]
Genre: Monster, Science Fiction
Setting: Mexico, 1960s
Reprinted In: Where Creatures Roam#8
Synopsis: A spider is irradiated and becomes massive, threatening all the scientists at the lab, but when they dare it to snatch a missile from the sky, it destroys itself.

Title: "One Look Means Doom!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Mr. Grey [blind man]
Villains: Medusa
Others: Sarah Grey [Mr. Grey's wife]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Blackmoor Castle, Europe
Reprinted In: Fear#5
Synopsis: The Greys make Blackmoor Castle their home; Mr. Grey finds Medusa in a hidden room but she can't turn him into stone; thinking her power is gone Medusa looks into a mirror and is frozen; Mr. Grey didn't become stone because he's blind.

Title: "Menace From Mars!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: A mental patient
Villains: Martians
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA; Mars
Reprinted In: Fear#5
Synopsis: Martians think humans are warlike and kidnap one to interrogate him; discovering the man is truly gentle they let him go and decide not to invade Earth; they don't realize the man is an escaped mental patient.

Seventy-Four (November, 1961)

Title: "Forever is a Long Time"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Luther Kane [ruthless businessman]
Others: Professor Weems [inventor]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Journey Into Mystery#18
Synopsis: Kane forces Weems to give him his invention that will grant immortality; Kane subjects himself to it but finds it makes men immortal by rendering them immobile, leaving him unable to turn it off.

Title: "Midnight in the Wax Museum"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Bob Crane [Marvel Comics' artist]
Others: Wax statues [aliens], Marvel Comics editor
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Crane discovers wax statues are really aliens, but realizes only after driving them away they had peaceful intentions.

Title: "The Thing in the Black Box!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Dan Harper [shipwreck victim]
Villains: Pandora [mythologial woman], her demons
Others: Zeus
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA; a tropical Pacific island; Japan; Australia
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#30
Synopsis: Dan's ship sinks and he lands up on an island where he finds a woman asking him to open a chest; he agrees and discovers she's Pandora and the chest contains a demon which can subjugate humanity. As the demon plunges Earth into chaos, Dan asks Pandora to send him to the nearest people to await his fate; she agrees and sends Dan to Australia. Dan explains the situation and returns to the island with Australians armed with mirrors; when Pandora sees the mirrors she discovers her seeming eternal beauty is an illusion; desperate to be rid of the mirrors, she agrees to return the demon to its box.
Notes: Retold as "Something Lurks on Shadow Mountain" in Chamber of Darkness#3.

Title: "The Mechanical Men!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Patrick Smith [police patrolman]
Villains: Z-4 [alien disguised as toy peddler] and his king, tiny robot men
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: X-Men#93
Synopsis: Smith disrupts a peddler selling mechanical toy men without a license; the peddler is really an alien and thinks Smith knew his true nature; he tells his king their invasion plans via the toy men will be cancelled.

Seventy-Five (December, 1961)

Title: "Mister Gregory and the Ghost!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Christopher Rule
Heroes: Lucius P. Gregory [building owner]
Villains: Haunted house
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#5; Fear#4
Synopsis: Gregory's house is haunted and he attempts to exorcise the ghosts by all means, from science to magic, but nothing works because the house isn't haunted by a ghost-- the house IS a ghost.

Title: "The Magic of Mordoo!"
Story:
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Franz Kopnik [50 year old man]
Others: Mordoo [gypsy sorcerer], Katrina Steuben [middle-aged woman]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Bavaria, Germany
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#9
Synopsis: Franz loves Katrina but wishes she were younger; he brings her to Mordoo, who regresses her to the age of 18, but now she loves the handsome young Mordoo instead of Franz.

Title: "The Man Who Lost the World!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Bruno [lab assistant]
Others: A professor
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#9
Synopsis: The professor builds a time machine and Bruno decides to travel back in time to show him up, only to find himself at the dawn of time with no way of getting back.

Title: "Lo-Karr, Bringer of Doom!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Villains: Lo-Karr [robot]
Others: Ginger [dog], Ivan [Soviet pilot], a scientist
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1972, United Nations, New York, USA; USSR
Reprinted In: Fear#4
Synopsis: As nations prepare for war, Lo-Karr appears and is so powerful humanity seems unable to defeat him; Lo-Karr seemingly leaves Earth to summon his people so all human nations unite to prepare for the attack; however, Lo-Karr was just a robot and his spaceship was created with a projector; the scientist who designed Lo-Karr destroys him to keep his secret.

Seventy-Six (January, 1962)

Title: "Follow the Leader"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Paul Lindsey [explorer]
Villains: Alien creatures, robot leader
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 21st century, alien world
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#27
Synopsis: After landing on an alien world, human explorers are attacked by alien monsters, led by one creature. They decide against Lindsey's advice, and destroy the leader, which causes the others to mad with fury. It turns out the leader was a robot, the only thing controlling their behaviour. They escape, but who created the robot in the first place?

Title: "The Genie With the Light Brown Hair!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: A genie
Others: Mike Morgan [hobo]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Morgan finds a genie and makes it his slave before finally allowing it to return to its bottle-- but the genie takes Morgan with him.
"Mind Over Matter!"
Notes: Retold from "the Wrath of Chondu!" in Tales of Suspense#9.

Title: "Escape to... Nowhere!"
Story:
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Joe Krane [death row inmate, dies]
Genre: Crime
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Feigning illness in the prison hospital, Krane hears his neighbour's window has no bars; one night he slips out the window, but falls to his death - the hospital ward was many stories from the ground.

Seventy-Seven (February, 1962)

Title: "I Don't Believe in... Ghosts!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Mr. Jordan [Supernatural-debunker]
Others: Wilbur Weems, Joe [home-owners], Ghosts
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1960s, Country homes of Weems and Joe, USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#9
Synopsis: When men try to flee their homes because they believe them to be haunted, Mr. Jordan appears and he proves there are no ghosts, they just had overactive imaginations. After proving this to Joe, a real ghost appears and thanks Jordan for protecting their secrecy. Jordan then hears of another man claiming to have seen a ghost and sets out-- walking right through a wall.

Title: "Beware! He Isn't Human!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Villains: Eric Krugg [inventor, dies]
Others: Diane [assistant museum curator, robot], Eric's robot
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#10
Synopsis: After Diane spurns him, Eric builds a robot to kill her, but Diane is also a robot; Eric's robot loves Diane, refuses to kill her and instead the duo drive Eric out his own window.
"When Aliens Walk the Earth!"

Title: "They Were Only Scarecrows"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Ben Hobbs [farmer]
Villains: Simon Hobbs [Ben's nephew]
Others: Reuben, Clem [Ben's scarecrows]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Simon hopes to get Ben's money by exposing him as insane, noting how Ben is always talking to scarecrows; however, it's perfectly natural - Ben happens to be a scarecrow himself.

Seventy-Eight (March, 1962)

Title: "Kraggoom! The Creature Who Caught an Astronaut!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Derek Wolfington [wealthy man, amateur astronaut]
Villains: Kraggoom [disembodied alien]
Others: Kraggoom's race
Genre: Monster, Science Fiction
Setting: 16th century Earth; 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#9
Synopsis: Kraggom's first attempt at conquering Earth fails in the 16th century when his fellow beings capture him; when Wolfington cheats on his tests so he can be an astronaut, he encounters Kraggoom in space and Kraggoom attempts to take his body, but Wolfington blacks out, destroying Kraggoom, but rendering himself a vegetable.

Title: "The Sorcerer"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Aaron [sorcerer]
Villains: Three sorcerers
Others: Lucy Scott, Mr. Scott [owners of a gas station]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s, desert outside Carson City, Nevada, USA
Synopsis: Aaron goes to work at the Scott's gas station but is pursued by sorcerers adamant he not leave their order. After he bests them in battle they allow him to live with the Scotts, but without his magical powers.
Notes: Same story as Journey into Unknown Worlds#48's "the Handy Man."

Title: "Monsters on Mercury!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Astronauts [Ben]
Others: Mercurians [giant aliens]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Mercury
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#7; Crazy#79
Synopsis: Astronauts fear the telepathic creatures they see on Mercury, but the Mercurians give the astronauts a Christmas tree to celebrate the holiday with them.
Notes: Same story as Journey into Unknown Worlds#47's "They wait in the Shadows."

Title: "The Clutching Hand"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Charlie [thoughtful man]
Villains: Mike [greedy man]
Others: A disembodied hand [part of an extra-dimensional being]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Mike and Charlie find a hand floating in space; Mike turns it into a carnival attraction, but Charlie learns from handing it a pencil and paper that it's a person caught part-way through a dimensional portal; Charlie helps release the hand to its own world; the hand's owner gives Charlie a fortune in gold in response.

Seventy-Nine

Title: "The Speed Demon"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: A young boy
Villains: Speedy Simms [racing nut]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters On the Prowl#14
Synopsis: A man recalls how as a boy, he wished Speedy Simms would race forever with nothing to stop him and his wish was granted-- Simms was doomed to forever race around Saturn upon its ring.

Title: "The Man Who Played Dead"
Story:
Art:
Villains: The Dummy [crook disguised as ventriloquist dummy]
Others: J.P. Bentley [wealthy man], his butler [dies]
Genre: Crime
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters On the Prowl#14
Synopsis: The Dummy robs homes by masquerading as a dummy, but while robbing Bentley is found by the butler; he kills the butler, but when the police arrive, they toss him in a toy box and lock it-- where he will inevitably suffocate.

Title: "The Midnight Monster"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Bill Cooper [Avery's rival, engineer]
Villains: Midnight Monster [Victor Avery, scientist, playboy, becomes monster]
Others: Elsa [Avery's girlfriend], "Tabby" [Avery's cat], Mrs. Cooper [Bill's wife], US Army soldiers
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s Washington DC, USA; Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA
Reprinted In: Fear#6
Synopsis: Avery creates a potion which grants eternal life but makes those who take it become monstrous. After losing a beautiful woman to Bill Cooper, the vain Avery decides on revenge and takes his potion; becoming the Midnight Monster he tries to find and destroy Bill, but can't locate him. The Midnight Monster is so powerful the Army can't injure him, but Bill helps them arrange a trap, leading the Midnight Monster over a thin patch of ground concealing a deep pit, which the Monster falls into; Bill never realizes the Midnight Monster was Victor Avery.

Title: "Wings of the Butterfly!"
Story:
Art: Joe Sinnott
Heroes: Eric Krane [space pilot, butterfly hunter]
Villains: Butterfly-like aliens
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2050 Earth; Kralton
Reprinted In: Fear#6
Synopsis: Eric likes capturing butterflies just to be cruel; on a voyage to Kralton, Eric's ship is damaged and he finds himself trapped on the surface being chased by giant butterflies carrying nets.

Eighty (May, 1962)

Title: "Won't You Step Into My Parlor...???"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Luther Krumhausen [aircraft company CEO]
Others: Darius Zamora [Luther's rival, dies, becomes cat], Kuhn, Gruber [Luther's staff]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Europe
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#7
Synopsis: Luther wants to dispose of his rival, Zamora. He builds a special room scaled much larger than a normal one, then invites Zamora to a meeting, drugs him and sets him in the room. Seeing the immense room, Zamora thinks he's shrunken in size and dies of a heart attack. However, subsequently Luther suddenly shrinks and his cat is possessed by Zamora; the cat closes in to kill Luther.

Title: "Propaganda"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Boris Grozny, other Russians [die]
Others: Africans, their gods [statues]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s, USSR; Africa
Synopsis: Boris journeys to Africa to turn the natives against the USA with propaganda, but when it fails, tries to force them with a gun; the natives' gods then attack and slay Boris and his men.

Title: "I Spent a Night in a Haunted House!"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Tom [child]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Monsters on the Prowl#26
Synopsis: Tom arrives in a neighbourhood and tells the other kids he doesn't believe in the supernatural; they challenge him to spend a night in a local haunted house. Tom does and sees nothing strange, but the next day the house is gone; the house itself was the supernatural manifestation.

Title: "For the Birds!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Borgon [big game hunter]
Others: Xammus [giant birds]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Earth; alien worlds
Synopsis: Borgon performs illegal bird hunting on alien worlds, but while pursuing Xammu eggs, a Xammu mistakes Borgon's ship for an egg and crushes it, stranding Borgon there.

Eighty-One (June, 1962)

Title: "The Ruler of Earth!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Ruler of Earth [giant robot computer]
Villains: Communists
Others: The United Nations
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1990; UN Building, New York, USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#25
Synopsis: Humanity finally puts aside its differences to create the Ruler of Earth, a powerful calculating machine to solve the planet's troubles. Communists who loathe the new world order attempt to subvert the computer's programming, but fail, because the machine is immune to greed, deceit and the lust for power.
Notes: In Where Monsters Dwell#25, the Communists are changed to Hydra agents.

Title: "There Dwells a Dragon"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Tommy's father
Villains: A dragon
Others: Tommy [boy]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA; Camelot, middle ages
Synopsis: Tommy's dad goes back in time and slays a dragon, much to Tommy's delight.

Title: "Kunga"
Story:
Art: Gne Colan
Heroes: Two hunters
Villains: Kunga [giant gorilla, extraterrestrial]
Others: African natives
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1950s Africa
Synopsis: Two hunters try to capture Kunga, but the gorilla escapes them aboard his spaceship; they realize they lost an opportunity to befriend an alien.

Title: "The Comic Strip!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Nick Nash [comic strip artist, ceases to exist]
Others: Charlie, Ted [Nick's enemies], Tina Torrid [actress], Steve Ditko [artist]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA
Synopsis: Nick creates caricatures of people in his comic strip to force them to do whatever he wants, lest they be ruined in public. However, finally the story's own artist has enough of Nick and erases him from the story.

Eighty-Two (July, 1962)

Title: "I am the Prisoner of the Voodoo King!"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Villains: A criminal
Others: African tribesmen, police
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s Africa
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#3; Chamber of Chills#7
Synopsis: A criminal escapes from the police bringing him back to the USA and finds a tribe who worship a golden voodoo statue. He steals the statue, but then it sticks to his hands. He is left alone in the jungle, with nowhere to turn.

Title: "The Scorpion Strikes!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Edward Bentley [hypnotist]
Villains: Scorpion [giant irradiated telepathic scorpion, dies]
Others: Paul [nervous technician], US Army soldiers
Genre: Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#7
Synopsis: Paul keeps having accidents at the atomic test facility; while Edward is brought in to help Paul with hypnosis, an accident causes a scorpion to grow in size. The scorpion threatens the entire facility and hopes to create more like him, but Edward hypnotizes the scorpion to think he's in unbearable pain; the scorpion pleads to be killed, which the scientists do by exposing him to another blast of radiation.

Title: "Take a Chair"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Adam Able [chair designer from Orrgo]
Villains: Gorgi Gruff [rival chair designer]
Others: Mr. Vort [chair dealer]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Journey into Mystery#7
Synopsis: Gruff wants to know the secret of how Able's chairs are so comfortable; it turns out Able is an alien spy and his chairs are sophisticated robots.

Title: "The Next Galaxy"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Darius Zorr [planetary conqueror]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2962, Earth; another galaxy
Synopsis: Having conquered their own galaxy, humans look to the next galaxy; Zorr leads the first invasion force, but after seeing how peaceful the people are resolves to let them alone; he claims the world is uninhabited.

Eighty-Three (August, 1962)

"The Perfect Crime!"

Title: "When the Jungle Sleeps"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: A lion [mutated by atomic radiation]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Africa
Synopsis: A lion gains intelligence from radiation and begins to command animals to rise up against humans, but its intellect fades and the plot falls apart.

Eighty-Four

"The Witching Hour"

Title: "Somewhere Hides a... Thing!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Two humans
Others: Jacque [trapper, dies], an alien
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s northern Canada
Synopsis: Jacque wanders out of the snow claiming he met a benevolent alien, then dies from exposure. The two with Jacque when he died go looking for the alien, but can't find him and give up. They don't realize the alien was concealed within an iceberg-like spacecraft and the alien leaves Earth, deciding it's too primitive.

Eighty-Five

"Filbert's Frightful Future"

Title: "Off-Limits!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: Rip Van Winkle [explorer]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Decades into the future, various alien worlds; Planet 6-G, Sector 18
Synopsis: Rip Van Winkle journeys to an off-limit alien world and discovers it's a paradise, but causes people to fall asleep.

Eighty-Six

Title: "Humans, Keep Out!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Ezra Grumley [janitor], scientists
Villains: Venusians, their robots
Others: Robots built by scientists
Genre: Science-Fiction
Setting: 1975 USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Man-Thing#3
Synopsis: Scientists fear the invasion of Venusians with their robots, but Grumley saves Earth by proposing they build robots just like the Venusians' models; when their robots do not attack Earth because Earth's robots look like them, the Venusians make peace with Earth.

Title: "The Changeling"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: A sorcerer
Villains: A king
Others: The king's lackey, peasants, prisoners
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: Medieval Kingdom
Reprinted In: Conan the Barbarian#40
Synopsis: A cruel king wishes to become handsome. A sorcerer makes his wish come true and he becomes a swan.

Eighty-Seven

"I Know the Secret of the Sea Monster"

Title: "The Man on the Endless Stairway!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Carl Cragg [escaped criminal]
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1960s USA; Hell
Synopsis: Cragg escapes prison and invades a farmhouse; seeing the police pulling up, Cragg runs up a flight of stairs; the stairs seem endless so he heads back down, but it seems to take even longer to head back; at the end of the staircase are the flames of Hell.

Eighty-Eight

"Behind Locked Doors"
"Long Live the Queen"

Eighty-Nine

Title: "Barker's Body Shop!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Sol Brodsky
Villains: Carl Barker [dishonest car repair]
Others: J.B. Winthrop [wealthy man], an extraterrestrial mechanic
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#10
Synopsis: Barker always cheats customers and clients; he gives a job to a new mechanic and the mechanic does a terrific job of improving the car, but when Barker refuses to pay him, the mechanic steals the car; having renovated the vehicle into a spacecraft, the alien mechanic sets back to his homeworld.
"When the Switch Is Pulled"

Ninety

"The Midnight Caller"
"I Am A Robot"

Ninety-One

"The Seedlings"
"The Manikins"

Ninety-Two

Title: "The Man Who Hated Monstro!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Monstro [giant ape], Karl Krumm [trapeze artist]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1960s, the Forenci Circus, USA
Reprinted In: Fear#3
Synopsis: Krumm is angered when Monstro begins stealing the audiences away from him, so he torments the ape and finally sets him free so the staff will be forced to shoot him; but as he sets out on the trapeze, he finds Monstro has climbed to the trapeze stand-- and is swinging right at him!
Notes: Story recycled from Astonishing#21's "Gorilla!"

Title: "I Used to be... Human!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Heroes: A pilot
Others: Race of aliens
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Rrorgo, Sector D-30
Synopsis: A pilot crashes on Rrorgo and learns from the monstrous natives how the fruit which grows there will transform anyone into a creature like them. He tries to survive on his food stores, but the pilot runs out and eats the fruit. He becomes a creature, but learns the beings are telepathic and enjoys the experience of being with them. When a rescue ship arrives, promising to cure him, the pilot refuses to leave his fellow creatures.

Ninety-Three

"The Man Who Wouldn't Die"
"I Saw A Martian"

Ninety-Four

Title: "The Gentle Old Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Steve Ditko
Villains: Gregory "Greed" Grundy [stingy landlord]
Others: An old man from the future; his "dolls" [shrunken men]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fear#3
Synopsis: Grundy tries to take advantage of the old man who moves in and to steal his collection of dolls, but the old man shrinks Grundy down and adds him to the set, having been searching for a 20th century landlord to complete his collection of the world's most heartless men.

Title: "Dinner Time on Deimos!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Laird Benedict [lazy millionaire]
Villains: Sentient vegetables
Others: Deimosians [underground-dwelling humanoids]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Distant future, Earth; Deimos
Reprinted In: Where Monsters Dwell#10
Synopsis: Earth is so over-populated everyone must toil for their own food; Benedict doesn't want to so travels to Deimos, a planet lush with plant life. However, the plants are sentient and attack him; venturing underground for safety, Benedict meets the Deimosians who offer him shelter... provided he toils for his food each day.

Ninety-Five
"The Tomb of Tut-Amm-Tut"
"Save Me From the Lizard Man"

Ninety-Six (September, 1963)

Title: "Call Her...Medusa!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Paul Reinman
Villains: Gorgons [aliens]
Others: Two blind men
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s USA
Reprinted In: Fantasy Masterpieces#8
Synopsis: The Gorgons, who inspired legends of Medusa, return to Earth and one presents herself to two men, only to see them unaffected by her powers. They call off their invasion, not knowing those men were blind.
"Fredrick Fenton's Future"

Ninety-Seven

"The Perfect Defense"

Ninety-Eight

Title: "The Purple Planet!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Matt Fox
Heroes: Dunstan Dirk [thief]
Villains: Aliens [natives of Purple Planet]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 2400, Earth; Purple Planet, Sector-35X
Synopsis: Dirk hears the Purple Planet people are inferior, so decides to swindle them. He finds the planet full of gold and other riches, but the natives don't understand the universal language. The aliens assume Dirk is insane and place him in an asylum.

Ninety-Nine

Title: "Stroom's Strange Solution!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Matt Fox
Heroes: Dr. Immanuel Stroom [scientist]
Others: King Kellu [ruler of Arkorr-5]
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: Arkorr-5
Synopsis: Arkorr-5 is overpopulated so Stroom shrinks everyone down in size and claims he brought them to a new world; now they have space to expand again.

One Hundred

Title: "The Unreal!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Matt Fox
Heroes: An alien
Others: An alien psychiatrist
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 21st century, alien world
Synopsis: A man tells his psychiatrist of his dream, landing upon a planet and fighting a person from another planet to the death; the man's psychiatrist tells him it's nothing to worry about - there's no such thing as humans.

One Hundred One

Title: "The Enemies!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Matt Fox
Heroes: Prince Sunor [Idylica's ruler]
Villains: Rakku the Terrible [Vulcan ruler], the Vulcans
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Earth; Idylica; Vulcan
Synopsis: The warlike Vulcans decide to invade the peaceful Idylica, but don't have enough fuel for a return voyage. They finally decide to commit to the invasion, but find Idylica abandoned and gravity out of control. The Idylicans have gone to Vulcan but altered their world's gravity before leaving.

One Hundred Two

Title: "The Menace!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Matt Fox
Heroes: An alien policeman
Villains: Alien invaders
Others: Europeans
Genre: Science Fiction
Setting: 1960s Europe
Synopsis: An alien lands in Europe and the locals become frightened when he uses a device to make objects 2-dimensional. People attack the alien, but he repels them, then destroys an invasion fleet with his device. He explains he came to save Earth from invaders, powering his weapon by making objects 2-dimensional and had no time to explain himself; he leaves Earth.

One Hundred Three

"To Live Forever"

One Hundred Four

"Revenge"

One (October, 1972)

Title: "Dig Me No Grave"
Story: Robert E. Howard, Roy Thomas
Art: Gil Kane, Tom Palmer
Heroes: Dan Kirowan, Professor Conrad
Villains: Malik Tous/Satan/Ahriman/Beelzebub
Others: John Grimlan, Von Boehnk
Genre: Horror
Setting: 20th century USA
Reprinted In: Masters of Terror#2
Synopsis: Over 200 years ago, John Grimlan sold his soul to the supernatural being Malik Tous, also called Ahriman, Satan and Beelzebub. On the night of his death, Dan Kirowan and Professor Conrad come to fulfill a special request: his body be laid out on a table with candles. Arriving at Grimlan's home, they find a strange robe placed over Grimlan's body. An East Pacific-looking man appears before them, telling them to start the ritual. When the ritual ends the lights go out and Grimlan's body is gone, as is the stranger. Rushing out of the house, Kirowan and Conrad see a demonic figure flying away with Grimlan's body.
Notes: Mentions Shuma-Gorath, who has been referenced in many Conan and Doctor Strange stories.

Title: "House!"
Story: Steve Englehart
Art: Ralph Reese
Heroes: Jim [traveler, dies]
Villains: A living house
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s, Kentucky, USA
Synopsis: Jim enters a vacant house to get out of the rain, but the house is alive and consumes Jim.

Title: "You Show Me Your Dream-- I'll Show You Mine!!"
Story: Steve Skeates
Art: Jim Starlin, Mike Ploog
Heroes: Laura Warmer [tormented woman]
Villains: Mark Russel [criminal], Death
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s USA
Synopsis: Mark and Laura have never met but share the same dream of Death warning Mike how Laura will be his death. Both people get drunk to deal with the crisis and as Mark drives home, he sees Laura on the side of the road, panics, crashes and dies.

Two (December, 1972)

Title: "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper!"
Story: Robert Bloch, Ron Goulart
Art: Gil Kane, Ralph Reese
Heroes: Sir Guy Hollis [Scotland Yard inspector]
Villains: John Carmody [psychiatrist, Jack the Ripper]
Others: Lt. Colma [policeman], Dick Poole [drug user]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s London, England; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Reprinted In: Masters of Terror#1
Synopsis: Sir Guy thinks Jack the Ripper is still alive, kept youthful by way of human sacrifice. John aids Sir Guy in his investigation until they pursue Dick into an alley; John vouches for Dick and takes away Sir Guy's gun to prevent him from shooting the man, then John reveals he's Jack the Ripper as he closes in on Sir Guy with a knife.

Title: "More Than Blood"
Story: George Alec Effinger
Art: Billy Graham
Heroes: Paul Williams [Westfield Heights basketball player]
Villains: Linda [Paul's girlfriend, psychic vampire]
Others: Justin, Steve, Bill, Lonnie [Westfield Heights basketball team], Dr. Jennings [physician], Tommy Davis [baseball player], Jimmy Ryan [runner]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s Westfield Heights, USA
Synopsis: Westfield Heights' basketball team is mysteriously struck by a strange malady, similar to what has been afflicting their other star players. Soon, Paul is the only one unaffected; all too late, he learns it's because his girlfriend is a psychic vampire feeding on all the athletes; she finally turns on him.
"The Girl Who Couldn't Die" from Adventure Into Terror#19

Three (February, 1973)

"Genius" from Menace#4

Title: "The Shambler From the Stars!"
Story: Robert Bloch, Ron Goulart
Art: Jim Starlin, Tom Palmer
Heroes: Robert Blake [researcher]
Villains: The Shambler From the Stars [cosmic demon]
Others: Blake's mentor [dies], Bronson [lawyer], Ludvig Prinn [16th century necromancer]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Reprinted In: Masters of Terror#1
Synopsis: From his cell, Blake recounts how he found a copy of De Vermis Mysteriis and brought it to his mentor; his mentor read an incantation which summoned the Shambler From the Stars, who slew the mentor. Blake escaped, but is certain the creature will come for him; it lurks outside his prison cell.
Notes: Continued next issue.

Title: "Revenge From the Rhine!"
Story: Sam Kweskin
Art: Sam Kweskin, Ernie Chua
Villains: Graf Horst von Angst [former World War I German pilot, dies]
Others: Kurt Klein, Schultz [German pilots, both die], a French pilot [dies], Otto [German farmer]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s Schloss Toteslust, Germany; 1918, World War I; 1926 Mannheim, Germany
Synopsis: To obtain his medal, von Angst shoots down a French plane, even though World War I is officially over. Later, von Angst kills his fellow pilots who knew what he did; decades later, the French pilot and von Angst's dead comrades ries up as ghosts and have revenge on von Angst, placing him in a phantom plane which they shoot down, killing him.

Four (April, 1973)

Title: "The Haunter of the Dark!"
Story: H.P. Lovecraft, Ron Goulart
Art: Gene Colan, Dan Adkins
Heroes: Robert Blake [writer, dies]
Others: Nephren-Ka [pharaoh], Starry Wisdom cult, Dr. Dexter [physician]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Providence, Rhode Island, USA; Atlantis
Synopsis: Blake enters an abandoned old church and discovers the Trapezohedran, a jewel which can summon a demon by gazing at it. Blake has terrible dreams after this and finally dies in the night.
Notes: Continued from previous issue, continues next issue.

Title: "The Price is Flight!"
Story: Steve Gerber
Art: P. Craig Russell, Dan Adkins
Heroes: Clifford the Great [stage magician, dies]
Villains: A heckler
Genre: Fantasy
Setting: 1970s USA
Synopsis: Clifford's performance is mocked so he invites the heckler on stage and proves he can levitate objects by causing the heckler to rise, but Clifford suffers a heart attack and dies on stage as the heckler continues to rise in the air.

Title: "The Man With-- Two Faces!"
Story: Gardner F. Fox, Don McGregor
Art: Winslow Mortimer
Villains: Martin Ballard [hunter, dies]
Others: Nyokut Chsai [shaman, dies], Dr. Ames [physician], Tony [paramedic], Bandit raiders
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s USA; Siberia, USSR
Synopsis: Ballard helped Chsai reach the tomb of Genghis Khan in Siberia, but rather than accept a reward killed Chsai so he could have it all. Soon after, Ballard finds Chsai's face appearing on his chest; driven mad, he leaps from a building to his death; the face disappears from Ballard's dead body.

Five (June, 1973)

Title: "The Shadow From the Steeple!"
Story: Robert Bloch, Ron Goulart
Art: Rich Buckler, Frank Giacoia
Heroes: Edmund Fisk [friend of Blake]
Villains: Dr. Dexter [possessed by Nyarlathotep], two panthers
Others: Gores [detective], Robert Blake [flashback, deceased], Starry Wisdom cult, Howard Phillips [writer], Bascom [Phillips' butler]
Genre: Horror
Setting: Providence, Rhode Island, USA; Narragansett Bay
Synopsis: Fisk tries to avenge Blake's death by pursuing the demon Nyarlathotep, whom he believes has assumed the form of Dr. Dexter, but Dexter kills him with his touch.
Notes: Continued from previous issue.

Title: "For Love of Money!"
Story: Kevin Frost
Art: Win Mortimer, Ernie Chua
Villains: Melissa von Strom [wealthy woman], Lyle Kant [Melissa's husband, dies], Brill [Melissa's butler]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s USA
Synopsis: Melissa is an aging, ugly woman; Lyle marries her for her money and starts prowling the family home to discover it. When Brill prevents Lyle from looking in one room, Lyle assumes the money is there. He finally breaks into the room, to find it full of corpses - Melissa's former husbands. Lyle is sealed inside and the house draws all of his energy into Melissa, restoring her youth and beauty, ensuring her survival; Lyle slowly dies in the room.

Title: "An Invasion of Privacy"
Story: John Albano, Marv Wolfman
Art: Paul Reinman, Mike Esposito, George Roussos
Villains: Martin Xavier [scientist, dies]
Others: Stella Xavier [Martin's wife]
Genre: Horror
Setting: 1970s USA
Synopsis: Martin performs secret experiments in his home, guarded by attack dogs he sends after visitors. Stella objects to his work so he replaces her brain with a dog's, hoping he can make her compliant. However, the beastial Stella directs the dogs to attack and kill Martin.

Six (August, 1973)

"He Who Hesitates" from Journey Into Mystery#8
"The Strange Case of Mr. Whipple!" from Journey Into Mystery#8
"Indoor Sport!" from Journey Into Mystery#8
"The Tough Guy" from Journey Into Mystery#8

Seven (October, 1973)

"The Scorpion Strikes!" from Journey Into Mystery#82
"Won't You Step Into My Parlor?" from Journey Into Mystery#80
"Take a Chair" from Journey Into Mystery#82

Eight (December, 1973)

"The Bewitched Bike!" from Journey Into Mystery#4
"Death Waits Within!" from Journey Into Mystery#4
"Out of the Night" from Mystic#7
"The Man Who Was Nobody" from Journey Into Mystery#15

Nine (February, 1974)

"Coffin of Hell" from Uncanny Tales#22
"I Can Hear You Think!" from Mystic#41
"The New Tenants" from Uncanny Tales#12
"Wilson's Woman" from Mystic#30

Ten (April, 1974)

"The Threat of Tim Boo Ba" from Amazing Adult Fantasy#9
"Something in the Fog!" from Strange Tales#8
"Plague!" from Uncanny Tales#38
"Fame!" from Strange Tales#8
"Shhhh!" from Mystery Tales#15

Eleven (June, 1974)

"House For Sale" from Mystic#8
"The Secret Men" from World of Fantasy#10
"The Burning Flame" from Mystic#8
"I Went Through the Veil!" from World of Fantasy#10
"The Books That Were Alive" from World of Fantasy#10

Twelve (August, 1974)

"The Genie Lives" from Amazing Adult Fantasy#9
"The Kiss of Death" from Adventures Into Weird Worlds#16
"The Question" from Journey Into Mystery#16
"Hide and Shriek" from Mystical Tales#7

Thirteen (October, 1974)

"I Captured the Abominable Snowman" from Strange Worlds#1
"The Imitation Man" from Strange Tales#100
"Revolt of the Robots" from Tales of Suspense#35
"The Terrible Teeth" from Marvel Tales#114

Fourteen (December, 1974)

"When Wakes the Sphinx" from Strange Tales#70
"It Came From Nowhere" from Marvel Tales#126
"If Looks Could Kill!" from Uncanny Tales#11
"The Thing on the Moon" from Strange Tales#79

Fifteen (February, 1975)

"I Fought The Molten Man-Thing" from Tales Of Suspense#7
"It Was Only a Simple Barbershop... ...Or Was It??!" from Tales of Suspense#29
"Which Wish Dish" from Mystic#36
"The Hungry Jaws" from Uncanny Tales#11

Sixteen (April, 1975)

"The Man Who Said 'No'" from Strange Tales of the Unusual#10
"The Rag Doll!" from Strange Tales of the Unusual#11
"The Old Man's Secret" from Astonishing#54
"The Thing in the Jungle" from Strange Tales#51
"Inside the Mummy Case" from Mystery Tales#51

Seventeen (June, 1975)

"Too Human!" from Journey Into Mystery#21
"The Crackpot" from Tales of Suspense#31
"The Terrible Touch!" from Marvel Tales#159
"The Secret of Steven Durham!" from World of Fantasy#15

Eighteen

"The Thing From the Hidden Swamp" from Tales To Astonish#30
"Monster in the Iron Mask" from Tales Of Suspense#31
"Forever is a Long Time" from Journey Into Mystery#74

Nineteen (October, 1975)

"When the Mummy Walks" from Tales To Astonish#31
"Dead Planet!" from Tales To Astonish#27
"They Vanished Forever" from Strange Tales#98

Marvel Masterworks Vol. 1 (2008)

"Haunted!" from Journey into Mystery#1
"The Clutching Hands" from Journey into Mystery#1
"Iron-Head" from Journey into Mystery#1
"One Foot in the Grave" from Journey into Mystery#1
"It Can't Miss" from Journey into Mystery#1
"How Clumsy Can Ya Be" from Journey into Mystery#2
"Thru the Door" from Journey into Mystery#2
"The Scarecrow" from Journey into Mystery#2
"Don't Look!" from Journey into Mystery#2
"The Hiding Place" from Journey into Mystery#2
"Hands Off!" from Journey into Mystery#3
"The Corpse" from Journey into Mystery#3
"I Didn't See a Thing!" from Journey into Mystery#3
"The Stroke of Midnight!" from Journey into Mystery#3
"The Bewitched Bike" from Journey into Mystery#4
"Death Waits Within!" from Journey into Mystery#4
"I'm Drowning" from Journey into Mystery#4
"Locked Door" from Journey into Mystery#4
"Hiding Place" from Journey into Mystery#4
"Innocent Bystander" from Journey into Mystery#5
"Zombie!" from Journey into Mystery#5
"Fright" from Journey into Mystery#5
"Condemned!" from Journey into Mystery#5
"Death" from Journey into Mystery#6
"Wings of the Vampire!" from Journey into Mystery#6
"The Perfect Specimen" from Journey into Mystery#6
"The Man Who Went Back" from Journey into Mystery#6
"Till Death Do Us Part" from Journey into Mystery#6
"Death of a Puppet" from Journey into Mystery#7
"Ghost Guard" from Journey into Mystery#7
"Paid In Full" from Journey into Mystery#7
"High As a Kite" from Journey into Mystery#7
"It's Murder" from Journey into Mystery#7
"He Who Hesitates..." from Journey into Mystery#8
"The Strange Case of Mr. Whipple" from Journey into Mystery#8
"Indoor Sport" from Journey into Mystery#8
"The Tough Guy" from Journey into Mystery#8
"Willie Brown is Out to Get Me!" from Journey into Mystery#8
"I Made a Monster" from Journey into Mystery#9
"The Hungry Animal!" from Journey into Mystery#9
"The Black Box!" from Journey into Mystery#9
"My Brother's Killer" from Journey into Mystery#9
"The Wrong World" from Journey into Mystery#10
"Jack and Jill Went Up the Hill" from Journey into Mystery#10
"Now You See It..." from Journey into Mystery#10
"The Assassin of Paris" from Journey into Mystery#10
"Vacation For Vincent" from Journey into Mystery#10

Marvel Masterworks Vol. 2

"Meet the Dead" from Journey into Mystery#11
"If the Coat Fits" from Journey into Mystery#11
"The Hidden Vampires" from Journey into Mystery#11
"The New Look" from Journey into Mystery#11
"The Other Face" from Journey into Mystery#11
"A Night In Dragmoor Castle" from Journey into Mystery#12
"A Witch In Love" from Journey into Mystery#12
"All About Mars" from Journey into Mystery#12
"The Sight of the Ghost" from Journey into Mystery#12
"The Strange Boy" from Journey into Mystery#12

"Not Normal" from Journey into Mystery#13
"Keep Off the Grass" from Journey into Mystery#13
"The Living and the Dead" from Journey into Mystery#13
"What Harry Saw" from Journey into Mystery#13
"We Don't Want Your Head" from Journey into Mystery#13
"The Slug" from Journey into Mystery#14
"Where the Vampire Flies" from Journey into Mystery#14
"The Man Who Owned a World" from Journey into Mystery#14
"The Right Bait" from Journey into Mystery#14
"The Star Men" from Journey into Mystery#14

"Till Death Do Us Part" from Journey into Mystery#15
"The Man Who Was Nobody" from Journey into Mystery#15
"Bewitched" from Journey into Mystery#15
"Satan Can Wait" from Journey into Mystery#15
"The Face That Followed" from Journey into Mystery#15
"The Question!" from Journey into Mystery#16
"Vampire Tale" from Journey into Mystery#16
"Man Alone" from Journey into Mystery#16
"The Man Who Wasn't" from Journey into Mystery#16
"The Vultures" from Journey into Mystery#16
"The Death of Danny!" from Journey into Mystery#17
"Machine Age" from Journey into Mystery#17
"He Took It With Him" from Journey into Mystery#17
"The Thing That Walked" from Journey into Mystery#17
"Midnight On Black Mountain" from Journey into Mystery#17
"The Worst Thirst" from Journey into Mystery#18
"He Wouldn't Stay Dead" from Journey into Mystery#18
"Man Who Went Back" from Journey into Mystery#18
"The Hidden Man" from Journey into Mystery#18
"The Swami" from Journey into Mystery#18
"Behind the Locked Door" from Journey into Mystery#19
"The Un-Human" from Journey into Mystery#19
"The Little Things" from Journey into Mystery#19
"It Waits In the Tank" from Journey into Mystery#19
"The Witch Burning" from Journey into Mystery#19

"Quick-Change" from Journey into Mystery#20
"After Man...What?" from Journey into Mystery#20
"Hector" from Journey into Mystery#20
"The Messenger" from Journey into Mystery#20
"The Crazy Car" from Journey into Mystery#20

Marvel Masterworks Vol. 3

"The Hog!" from Journey into Mystery#21
"Too Human" from Journey into Mystery#21
"The Man With No Past" from Journey into Mystery#21
"The Missing Men" from Journey into Mystery#21
"The Hidden Vampire!" from Journey into Mystery#21
"Mission On Earth" from Journey into Mystery#22
"Haunted House" from Journey into Mystery#22
"The Man Who Watched" from Journey into Mystery#22
"The Blaster" from Journey into Mystery#22
"The Human Germ" from Journey into Mystery#22

"Gone But Not Forgotten" from Journey into Mystery#23
"Yvette" from Journey into Mystery#23
"Revenge" from Journey into Mystery#23
"The Doll House" from Journey into Mystery#23
"Clinging Vine" from Journey into Mystery#23

"The Locked Drawer" from Journey into Mystery#24
"High Pressure Man" from Journey into Mystery#24
"The Stone Bird" from Journey into Mystery#24
"Long Night" from Journey into Mystery#24
"The Eager Beaver" from Journey into Mystery#24

"The Man Who Lost Himself" from Journey into Mystery#25
"At Your Service!" from Journey into Mystery#25
"The Little Man!" from Journey into Mystery#25
"Foster's Fate!" from Journey into Mystery#25
"Miracle On Maple Street!" from Journey into Mystery#25

"The Wishing Well" from Journey into Mystery#26
"Plane To Nowhere" from Journey into Mystery#26
"The Machine" from Journey into Mystery#26
"Stormy Night" from Journey into Mystery#26
"The Man From Out There" from Journey into Mystery#26

"The Man Who Stopped Time" from Journey into Mystery#27
"It Happened On Mars" from Journey into Mystery#27
"The Masterpiece" from Journey into Mystery#27
"The Man Who Changed" from Journey into Mystery#27
"The Train That Wasn't There" from Journey into Mystery#27

"They Wouldn't Believe Him" from Journey into Mystery#28
"The Last Chance" from Journey into Mystery#28
"The Hole In the Ground" from Journey into Mystery#28
"Jigsaw" from Journey into Mystery#28
"The Survivor" from Journey into Mystery#28

"Three Frightened People" from Journey into Mystery#29
"The Black Book" from Journey into Mystery#29
"Mr. Know-It-All" from Journey into Mystery#29
"Into Thin Air" from Journey into Mystery#29
"Someone Is in My Room" from Journey into Mystery#29

"The Lady Who Vanished!" from Journey into Mystery#30
"The Man Who Couldn't Breathe!" from Journey into Mystery#30
"And Then Something Happened" from Journey into Mystery#30
"No Way Out!" from Journey into Mystery#30
"The Endless Search" from Journey into Mystery#30

Marvel Masterworks Vol. 4 (July, 2012)

"The Man Who Had No Fear" from Journey into Mystery#31
"Time Table" from Journey into Mystery#31
"When Dave Opened the Door" from Journey into Mystery#31
"Dark Room" from Journey into Mystery#31
"Monsters On the Moon" from Journey into Mystery#31

"Elevator In the Sky" from Journey into Mystery#32
"The Two of Me" from Journey into Mystery#32
"The Skin Diver" from Journey into Mystery#32
"Someone Out There Is Calling" from Journey into Mystery#32
"The Town That Lived Again" from Journey into Mystery#32

"There'll Be Some Changes Made" from Journey into Mystery#33
"The Flame That Burned a Thousand Years" from Journey into Mystery#33
"The Fabulous Traveller" from Journey into Mystery#33
"The Meddler" from Journey into Mystery#33
"The Man Who Had No Friends" from Journey into Mystery#33
"Footprints From Nowhere" from Journey into Mystery#33

"The Secret of the Mystic Ring" from Journey into Mystery#34
"The Long Way Home" from Journey into Mystery#34
"A Penny for Your Dreams!" from Journey into Mystery#34
"The Missing Man" from Journey into Mystery#34
"Down to Earth" from Journey into Mystery#34
"Someone Is Calling" from Journey into Mystery#34

"Missing Persons!" from Journey into Mystery#35
"Fallon's Folly" from Journey into Mystery#35
"The Unexpected Voyagers" from Journey into Mystery#35
"Turn Back the Clock" from Journey into Mystery#35
"The Mysterious Mr. Peebles" from Journey into Mystery#35
"The Green Fires of Mars" from Journey into Mystery#35

"I, the Pharaoh" from Journey into Mystery#36
"He Hides Among Us" from Journey into Mystery#36
"The Floating City" from Journey into Mystery#36
"Something Is Happening In There" from Journey into Mystery#36
"The Lost Land" from Journey into Mystery#36
"The Beasts" from Journey into Mystery#36

"The Deep Freeze" from Journey into Mystery#37
"Volcano" from Journey into Mystery#37
"Inside the Whirlpool" from Journey into Mystery#37
"The Voice In the Night" from Journey into Mystery#37
"The Sea Serpent" from Journey into Mystery#37
"The First Man" from Journey into Mystery#37

"Stone Face" from Journey into Mystery#38
"Those Who Vanish!" from Journey into Mystery#38
"The Mystery of the Missing Man" from Journey into Mystery#38
"The Box That Wouldn't Open" from Journey into Mystery#38
"The Secret of the Sargasso Sea" from Journey into Mystery#38
"The Sea Serpent" from Journey into Mystery#38
"Behind the Mask" from Journey into Mystery#39
"The Forbidden Room" from Journey into Mystery#39
"I Lived Four Times" from Journey into Mystery#39
"At the Edge of Nowhere" from Journey into Mystery#39
"He Can't Resist" from Journey into Mystery#39
"The Executioner!" from Journey into Mystery#39
"I Saw a Demon" from Journey into Mystery#40
"The Silence" from Journey into Mystery#40
"How Harry Escaped" from Journey into Mystery#40
"The Strange Secret of Henry Hill" from Journey into Mystery#40
"The Victim" from Journey into Mystery#40
"The Question That Can't Be Answered" from Journey into Mystery#40

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