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Published November 1974 by DC
Weather War Over Metropolis!
Cary Bates
Curt Swan
Nick Cardy
Superman; Weather Wizard; Flash [Barry Allen]; Oscar Asherman; Morgan Edge; Laura Conway; Dale Smith
"Weather War Over Metropolis!" The Weather Wizard tricks Superman and Flash into visiting him in prison so he can attack Superman with a unique Kryptonian style of lightning that will make him a killer.
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Published November 1974 by DC

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Story Title
Weather War Over Metropolis!
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Superman; Weather Wizard; Flash [Barry Allen]; Oscar Asherman; Morgan Edge; Laura Conway; Dale Smith
Storyline
"Weather War Over Metropolis!" The Weather Wizard tricks Superman and Flash into visiting him in prison so he can attack Superman with a unique Kryptonian style of lightning that will make him a killer.

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The Mystery of the Wandering Dog
Script
Elliot S! Maggin
Pencils
Mike Grell
Story Line
Green Arrow and Black Canary stop a smuggling ring with the help of Krypto.
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key
But Not in Real Life
Paul S. Newman
Jack Sparling
? (photo); Jack Sparling
Danny Dare (first appearance)
"But Not in Real Life"
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
But Not in Real Life
Writer
Paul S. Newman
Interior Art
Jack Sparling
Cover Art
? (photo); Jack Sparling
Character Appearances
Danny Dare (first appearance)
Storyline
"But Not in Real Life"

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Satan's Children
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Jack Sparling
Story Line
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Published November-December 1974 by DC
The Gasmen and... the Spectre
Michael Fleisher (signed); Russell Carley (script continuity) (signed)
Jim Aparo (signed)
Jim Aparo [as JA] (signed)
The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Earl Crawford (freelance magazine writer); Bob (Newsbeat Magazine editor); Marian (auto show model, death); Simms; Field Marshall Offal (villain, death)
"The Gasmen and... the Spectre" Lt. Corrigan investigates the deaths of patrons at a local car show by lethal gas, such as that used in World War I, not realizing that this mass killing is a part of "Operation Green Cloud," a demonstration to city officials who are being asked to cough up $1 billion or risk more guerilla attacks!
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Published November-December 1974 by DC

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The Gasmen and... the Spectre
Writer
Michael Fleisher (signed); Russell Carley (script continuity) (signed)
Interior Art
Jim Aparo (signed)
Cover Art
Jim Aparo [as JA] (signed)
Character Appearances
The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Earl Crawford (freelance magazine writer); Bob (Newsbeat Magazine editor); Marian (auto show model, death); Simms; Field Marshall Offal (villain, death)
Storyline
"The Gasmen and... the Spectre" Lt. Corrigan investigates the deaths of patrons at a local car show by lethal gas, such as that used in World War I, not realizing that this mass killing is a part of "Operation Green Cloud," a demonstration to city officials who are being asked to cough up $1 billion or risk more guerilla attacks!

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The King is Dead; Long Live the King!
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
Mike Grell
Story Line
Aquaman fights Black Manta.
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key
The King's Ransom
?
Sparky Moore; Joe Messerli
Sparky Moore
Robin Hood; Little John; Friar Tuck; Prince John; Sir Hiss; Sheriff of Nottingham; King Richard; Hawkeye and his crew
"The King's Ransom" King Richard has been caputred by Hawkey and his crew. Robin and Little John run to rescue him
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key

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The King's Ransom
Writer
?
Interior Art
Sparky Moore; Joe Messerli
Cover Art
Sparky Moore
Character Appearances
Robin Hood; Little John; Friar Tuck; Prince John; Sir Hiss; Sheriff of Nottingham; King Richard; Hawkeye and his crew
Storyline
"The King's Ransom" King Richard has been caputred by Hawkey and his crew. Robin and Little John run to rescue him

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The Imp of Doom
Script
?
Pencils
Sparky Moore
Story Line
Skippy blackens himself with chimney soot and pretends to be the Imp of Doom to scare Prince John
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
The Death Breeders
Don McGregor
Craig Russell
Jim Starlin
Killraven (Origin); Skar (Villain); High Overlord (Villain); Atalon (first appearance; villain); Death Breeders (first appearance; villains); Volcana Ash (first appearance); M'Shulla; Old Skull; Hawk; Carmilla Frost; Grok; Adam 3,031 (Introduction); Eve 3,031 (Introduction)
"The Death Breeders" The High Overlord sends the Death Breeders after Killraven and his gang.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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The Death Breeders
Writer
Don McGregor
Interior Art
Craig Russell
Cover Art
Jim Starlin
Character Appearances
Killraven (Origin); Skar (Villain); High Overlord (Villain); Atalon (first appearance; villain); Death Breeders (first appearance; villains); Volcana Ash (first appearance); M'Shulla; Old Skull; Hawk; Carmilla Frost; Grok; Adam 3,031 (Introduction); Eve 3,031 (Introduction)
Storyline
"The Death Breeders" The High Overlord sends the Death Breeders after Killraven and his gang.

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The Strangers
Script
?
Pencils
Herb Familton (signed)
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First Appearance of Mindworm

Madness Means... the Mindworm!
Gerry Conway
Ross Andru
Gil Kane
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Mindworm (introduction); Flash Thompson
"Madness Means... the Mindworm!"
Fine 6.0

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Published November 1974 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Mindworm

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Story Title
Madness Means... the Mindworm!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Ross Andru
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Mindworm (introduction); Flash Thompson
Storyline
"Madness Means... the Mindworm!"
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key
Kangaroo Jump
?
John Carey
John Carey
"Kangaroo Jump"
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key

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Kangaroo Jump
Writer
?
Interior Art
John Carey
Cover Art
John Carey
Storyline
"Kangaroo Jump"

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A Tail of Woe
Script
?
Pencils
John Carey
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The Water Hole Mystery
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Jack Bradbury
Story Line
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Published November 1974 by Archie
Hat Trick
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle
"Hat Trick" On a hot day at the beach, Archie wears a huge sombrero to get some shade, and demonstrates that the hat can also be used to fight crime.
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Published November 1974 by Archie

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Story Title
Hat Trick
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Hat Trick" On a hot day at the beach, Archie wears a huge sombrero to get some shade, and demonstrates that the hat can also be used to fight crime.

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Story Title
Cool Cookie
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie has to attend an outdoor party at the Lodges' on a "hot, muggy and steaming" night, and finds that all the guests except Veronica are just as miserable in the heat as he is.

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Attractive Nuisance
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie brings a big magnet to the beach, and while he's arguing with Jughead about who the "they" are in the term "they say," everyone's metal possessions are attracted to the magnet.

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Story Title
Sandman
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
The pain of walking on a hot beach with bare feet leads Archie into even worse disasters as he tries to get some relief for his aching tootsies.
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Published November 1974 by Archie

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Published November 1974 by Archie
Lib Rib
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
"Lib Rib" The girls want a chance to do everything that boys do.
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Published November 1974 by Archie

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Story Title
Lib Rib
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Lib Rib" The girls want a chance to do everything that boys do.

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Story Title
The Grilling
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
The gang has a barbecue near Veronica's pool. After Veronica, Archie and Betty all fail at using the grill, Jughead steps in to save the day, claiming that each of them should do what he or she does best, and what he does best is food. Archie decides that what he does best is kissing Veronica, while Betty realizes that her specialty is losing.

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A Cook Look
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Love Letters
Script
Dick Malmgren
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Big Ethel is writing a love letter to someone, but she doesn't want to say who it is.

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A Pair Of Birdies
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica try their hand at golf.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
Bid Tomorrow Goodbye!
Steve Englehart
Sal Buscema (layouts); Joe Staton (finished art)
Ron Wilson
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Thor [Donald Blake]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Mantis; Swordsman]; Agatha Harkness; Edwin Jarvis; Kang the Conqueror; Rama-Tut
"Bid Tomorrow Goodbye!"
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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Bid Tomorrow Goodbye!
Writer
Steve Englehart
Interior Art
Sal Buscema (layouts); Joe Staton (finished art)
Cover Art
Ron Wilson
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Thor [Donald Blake]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Mantis; Swordsman]; Agatha Harkness; Edwin Jarvis; Kang the Conqueror; Rama-Tut
Storyline
"Bid Tomorrow Goodbye!"
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key
The Awful Ogre
?
?
John Costanza ?
Uptite Mouse; Puss-in-Boots; Oliver Ogre
"The Awful Ogre" Uptite is transported into a book of fairy tales where he is enlisted by Puss-in-Boots to help trick a king.
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key

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The Awful Ogre
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
John Costanza ?
Character Appearances
Uptite Mouse; Puss-in-Boots; Oliver Ogre
Storyline
"The Awful Ogre" Uptite is transported into a book of fairy tales where he is enlisted by Puss-in-Boots to help trick a king.

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Story Title
Nutty Magic
Script
?
Pencils
John Costanza ?
Story Line
Baby and Uptite are captured by a man who wants them to be the official tasters for his peanut company.

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Story Title
Jinxed Journey
Script
?
Pencils
John Costanza ?
Story Line
Baby does a good deed that results in his getting shipwrecked on a remote island with his dad and Uptite.
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Published November 1974 by Charlton
Fire Power
?
?
Fred Himes (signed)
"Fire Power"
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Published November 1974 by Charlton

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Fire Power
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Fred Himes (signed)
Storyline
"Fire Power"

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Art Italian Style
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Change in Fashions
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Divinin' We Fall
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Penny for Your Thoughts
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Hines (signed)
Story Line

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Birdman of Bedrock
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published November-December 1974 by DC
The Night of the Shadow!
Denny O'Neil (signed)
Irv Novick (signed)
Nick Cardy
The Batman [Bruce Wayne]; The Shadow [Lamont Cranston]; Commisioner James Gordon; Martha Wayne; Thomas Wayne; Mildred Miller (nurse); Thorton Swofford (jewelry store owner, death); Willy Hank Stamper [aka The Boy Genius of Crime] (villain); Tooker (villain); Chaz (villain)
"The Night of the Shadow!" Batman goes on the trail of a convicted felon from the past, believing that he has stolen a valuable tiara. But he's wrong and discovers that only "The Shadow Knows" who actually is responsible.
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Published November-December 1974 by DC

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Story Title
The Night of the Shadow!
Writer
Denny O'Neil (signed)
Interior Art
Irv Novick (signed)
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
The Batman [Bruce Wayne]; The Shadow [Lamont Cranston]; Commisioner James Gordon; Martha Wayne; Thomas Wayne; Mildred Miller (nurse); Thorton Swofford (jewelry store owner, death); Willy Hank Stamper [aka The Boy Genius of Crime] (villain); Tooker (villain); Chaz (villain)
Storyline
"The Night of the Shadow!" Batman goes on the trail of a convicted felon from the past, believing that he has stolen a valuable tiara. But he's wrong and discovers that only "The Shadow Knows" who actually is responsible.

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Story Title
The Great Batman Swindle!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Dick Sprang
Story Line

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The Strange Costumes of Batman!
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
Dick Sprang [as Bob Kane]
Story Line

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Story Title
Heroes by Proxy!
Script
Don Cameron
Pencils
Dick Sprang [as Bob Kane] (see notes)
Story Line

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Story Title
Two Batmen Too Many!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (ghost)
Story Line

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line

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Story Title
The Failure of Bruce Wayne
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key
Hero Zero
Mark Evanier
?
Ralph Heimdahl
Bugs Bunny
"Hero Zero"
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Published November 1974 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Hero Zero
Writer
Mark Evanier
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Ralph Heimdahl
Character Appearances
Bugs Bunny
Storyline
"Hero Zero"

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Story Title
Cinderabbit
Script
Mark Evanier
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Magical Wabbit
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Tall Tall Tail
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
Slings and Arrows!
Steve Englehart
Sal Buscema
Ron Wilson
Steve Rogers [Captain America]; Sharon Carter; Morgan; Roscoe; Golden Archer [Hawkeye [Clint Barton]]; Falcon; Redwing; Bob Russo (cameo); Captain America ["Scar" Turpin] (introduction); Space Phantom (flashback); Peggy Carter; Vision (flashback); Thor (flashback); Dr. Strange (flashback); Valkyrie (flashback); Hulk [Bruce Banner] (flashback); Daredevil (flashback); Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (flashback); Zzzak (flashback)
"Slings and Arrows!" Hawkeye dresses up as the Golden Archer and fights Steve Rogers to convince him to become a hero again.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Slings and Arrows!
Writer
Steve Englehart
Interior Art
Sal Buscema
Cover Art
Ron Wilson
Character Appearances
Steve Rogers [Captain America]; Sharon Carter; Morgan; Roscoe; Golden Archer [Hawkeye [Clint Barton]]; Falcon; Redwing; Bob Russo (cameo); Captain America ["Scar" Turpin] (introduction); Space Phantom (flashback); Peggy Carter; Vision (flashback); Thor (flashback); Dr. Strange (flashback); Valkyrie (flashback); Hulk [Bruce Banner] (flashback); Daredevil (flashback); Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (flashback); Zzzak (flashback)
Storyline
"Slings and Arrows!" Hawkeye dresses up as the Golden Archer and fights Steve Rogers to convince him to become a hero again.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
Deadly Genesis!
Steve Englehart (plot); Mike Friedrich (script)
Alfredo Alcala
Ron Wilson
Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Rick Jones; Rachel Dandridge; Mordecai P. Boggs; Ant-Man [Hank Pym]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Carol Danvers; Annihilus
"Deadly Genesis!"
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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Deadly Genesis!
Writer
Steve Englehart (plot); Mike Friedrich (script)
Interior Art
Alfredo Alcala
Cover Art
Ron Wilson
Character Appearances
Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Rick Jones; Rachel Dandridge; Mordecai P. Boggs; Ant-Man [Hank Pym]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]; Carol Danvers; Annihilus
Storyline
"Deadly Genesis!"
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Published November 1974 by Harvey

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Published November 1974 by Marvel
When the Creature Escapes
?
Al Williamson
Larry Lieber (signed)
"When the Creature Escapes" A sea creature is captured and brought to an atomic testing facility. It attempts to communicate telepathically with the man who brought it there, but the man thinks it is evil and resists it. When it gets out of the tank, the man acquires a gun and hunts it down to kill it. After he does so, he encounters scientists who tell him that the creature shut down an out of control atomic pile saving all of their lives.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
When the Creature Escapes
Writer
?
Interior Art
Al Williamson
Cover Art
Larry Lieber (signed)
Storyline
"When the Creature Escapes" A sea creature is captured and brought to an atomic testing facility. It attempts to communicate telepathically with the man who brought it there, but the man thinks it is evil and resists it. When it gets out of the tank, the man acquires a gun and hunts it down to kill it. After he does so, he encounters scientists who tell him that the creature shut down an out of control atomic pile saving all of their lives.

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Story Title
Missing Persons!
Script
?
Pencils
Werner Roth
Story Line
Aliens from space are kidnapping humans to send back to their home planet for study in order to use the information gathered for conquest.

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Story Title
The Hex!
Script
?
Pencils
Don Heck
Story Line
A man removes hex signs from his barn against his wife's wishes and is plagued by a series of misfortunes. She begs him to allow her to restore the symbol to ward away evil but he refuses to subscribe to such superstitious nonsense. He takes gravely ill and is lying on his deathbed when, one morning, he gets up no longer sick and opens the morning mail to find he has won the lottery. When he runs out to show her the check, thinking his string of bad luck was merely coincidence, he is shocked to find her...just finishing off the paint on the new good luck symbol decorating the barn.

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Story Title
Trapped by the Little Men!
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Morisi
Story Line
When little men wake him from a sound sleep demanding that he come with them, a man realizes that his ancestor was Gulliver from "Gulliver's Travels"

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Story Title
Honest Abe
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell
Story Line
A doctor for the poor takes all the money he has, five dollars, and goes to plead his case for the charity clinic to the wealthy land owner who wants to buy up the plot and shut it down. The greedy man wants five thousand dollars, not five dollars, and the doctor is shocked to discover that when he hands the bill to the man it has become a five thousand dollar bill.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
Of Flame and the Fiend!
Roy Thomas
John Buscema
John Buscema
Conan; Red Sonja; Uathacht; Morophla; Dromek (flashback); The Afterlings
"Of Flame and the Fiend!" Setting: valley with tower. Afterlings save Conan and Red Sonja. On last page, Red Sonja knocks out Conan with rock and goes her own way.
Very Fine 8.0

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Published November 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Of Flame and the Fiend!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Conan; Red Sonja; Uathacht; Morophla; Dromek (flashback); The Afterlings
Storyline
"Of Flame and the Fiend!" Setting: valley with tower. Afterlings save Conan and Red Sonja. On last page, Red Sonja knocks out Conan with rock and goes her own way.
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