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Published January 1973 by Marvel
Midnight on Black Mountain
Stan Lee ?
Mort Lawrence (signed)
Gil Kane (signed)
"Midnight on Black Mountain" A woman with a terminal illness meets a man who tricks her into becoming a witch.
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Published January 1973 by Marvel

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Story Title
Midnight on Black Mountain
Writer
Stan Lee ?
Interior Art
Mort Lawrence (signed)
Cover Art
Gil Kane (signed)
Storyline
"Midnight on Black Mountain" A woman with a terminal illness meets a man who tricks her into becoming a witch.

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Where Monsters Dwell
Script
?
Pencils
Basil Wolverton (signed); ? (see notes)
Story Line
A scientist finds a way to exile his enemies to another dimension, but one manages to escape and change places with the scientist.

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Don't Look!
Script
?
Pencils
Jay Scott Pike (signed)
Story Line
A madman offers to give an attorney a magic mirror that reveals how people will look in the future but there is a secret terrible cost.

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The Scarecrow
Script
?
Pencils
Russ Heath (signed)
Story Line
Scrawny Tim Blake buys a magic potion to build up his muscles, which is very successful at first, until it sends his body out of control.
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Published March 1973 by Marvel
The Death of Danny!
?
Harry Anderson
Jim Starlin
"The Death of Danny!" A man's television programs come through in 3-D which he takes advantage of to acquire possessions until he takes a woman from "The Monster Takes a Bride" and the monster comes out and kills him.
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Published March 1973 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Death of Danny!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Harry Anderson
Cover Art
Jim Starlin
Storyline
"The Death of Danny!" A man's television programs come through in 3-D which he takes advantage of to acquire possessions until he takes a woman from "The Monster Takes a Bride" and the monster comes out and kills him.

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The Man Who Couldn't Move
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
George Tuska [as G.T.] (signed)
Story Line
A woman hires a man to kill her paralyzed husband making it look like a car accident, but he gets his sleeve caught in the door and goes over the cliff with the car. He survives, but winds up in the same situation as the woman's former husband.

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Innocent Bystander
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Briefer (signed)
Story Line
A woman buys an antique statue that murders her in her sleep.

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Story Title
Going... Down!
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Maneely (signed)
Story Line
The elevator operator of a hotel considers committing a theft until he dreams of going to Hell.

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Thru the Door
Script
?
Pencils
Ben Brown (signed)
Story Line
A boxer's manager tries to persuade the boxer's wife to run away with him, but the boxer overhears and chases after them. They barricade themselves in a room, but the manager then learns that the woman is really a hungry vampire.
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Published July 1973 by Marvel
Locked Up!
Hank Chapman (signed)
Carmine Infantino (signed)
John Romita
"Locked Up!" A man keeps his father locked up in the cellar because his father is a gorilla.
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Published July 1973 by Marvel

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Story Title
Locked Up!
Writer
Hank Chapman (signed)
Interior Art
Carmine Infantino (signed)
Cover Art
John Romita
Storyline
"Locked Up!" A man keeps his father locked up in the cellar because his father is a gorilla.

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The Big Story!
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Mooney ?
Story Line
Newpaperman Will Karp is desperate for a big story so he arranges a deadly train wreck so that he can cover it, but he didn't know that his son was on the train.

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The Screaming Man
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Benulis
Story Line
Two writers rent a spooky house. One ends up a skeleton and the other goes mad.

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Story Title
Joe...
Script
?
Pencils
Hy Rosen
Story Line
A man starts a gag that he has an invisible goon that takes care of his grudges for him, but soon the 'coincidences' rack up...
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Published November 1973 by Marvel
The Haunting of Bluebeard!
?
Tony Di Preta (signed)
Mike Ploog ?; Marie Severin ?
"The Haunting of Bluebeard!" A man who calls himself Bluebeard murders and robs the guests of his inn, but when a thief carrying a bottle of Nitro becomes his latest victim, Bluebeard decides to dispose of the bottle outside. When he returns to the inn, the ghosts of his former victims are now able to seize his body as he is unaware that what he took for lightning and thunder was the bottle exploding in his hand and he is now a ghost.
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Published November 1973 by Marvel

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The Haunting of Bluebeard!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Tony Di Preta (signed)
Cover Art
Mike Ploog ?; Marie Severin ?
Storyline
"The Haunting of Bluebeard!" A man who calls himself Bluebeard murders and robs the guests of his inn, but when a thief carrying a bottle of Nitro becomes his latest victim, Bluebeard decides to dispose of the bottle outside. When he returns to the inn, the ghosts of his former victims are now able to seize his body as he is unaware that what he took for lightning and thunder was the bottle exploding in his hand and he is now a ghost.

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Story Title
Death and Tommy Norton
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
John Romita
Story Line
A boy's toy soldier shoots his aunt when she attempts to murder him.

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The Man Who Saw Tomorrow
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Sinnott (signed)
Story Line
A man who invents a camera that can photograph the future is terrified when he sets it to a week in advance and produces a...blank photo.

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Story Title
The Twin!
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Myron Fass ?
Story Line
In eighteenth-century France, twin brothers are always competing with each other but the one who was born first always thinks of ideas slightly before the other. The later brother decides he's had enough and is going to murder the first born twin, but yet again, he gets the idea just a little slower than the other man.
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Published January 1974 by Marvel
Look Homeward, Werewolf!
?
Mort Lawrence
Russ Heath
"Look Homeward, Werewolf!" A werewolf hires a boatman to get him across the river but warns the man that water causes a violent reaction among his kind and if a single drop touch him, his life is forfeit. The boatman agrees, as he claims to be the best boatman for miles around and will have no problem keeping the werewolf dry. They cross the river without incident, but then it starts to...rain.
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Published January 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Look Homeward, Werewolf!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Mort Lawrence
Cover Art
Russ Heath
Storyline
"Look Homeward, Werewolf!" A werewolf hires a boatman to get him across the river but warns the man that water causes a violent reaction among his kind and if a single drop touch him, his life is forfeit. The boatman agrees, as he claims to be the best boatman for miles around and will have no problem keeping the werewolf dry. They cross the river without incident, but then it starts to...rain.

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Story Title
Ask Me No Questions
Script
?
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
A father thinks his son asks him silly questions and so he gives him silly answers which annoys his mother. When the boy asks him where he came from, the father replies "The stork brought you." The boy asks "How did the stork know where to bring me?" The father replies "I blew my magic whistle" (which is a hunter's moose horn). The boy takes the horn outside and blows it and when the father goes to retrieve it, he sees dozens of storks delivering dozens of babies.

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Story Title
Smile, Blast Ya, Smile
Script
?
Pencils
Bob McCarthy
Story Line
An editor for a science fiction publication is in danger of losing his job to a man who always smiles. The boss likes his story picks and so do the readers. When circulation rises the editor is fired and turns to drink. He attacks his former assistant with a knife, shredding the smiling mask, revealing the alien underneath. No one believes him and he is placed in an asylum.

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Story Title
The Man Who Made a Wish!
Script
?
Pencils
Vernon Henkel (signed)
Story Line
A man makes a pact with Satan for money and Satan gives him a disease that the medical community will pay him 10,000 dollars to partake in their study, but the disease will ensure that he will only have one month of life to spend the money.

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Deep Grave. Cold Grave!
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Hodge (signed)
Story Line
A homeless man receives a ragged old coat with pockets full of cash, but the cash disappears if he removes the coat, so everyone thinks he must have stolen the money, and won't accept it.
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Published March 1974 by Marvel
The Haunting of Sleepy Hollow!
?
Dick Ayers
Russ Heath; Mike Esposito ? (alterations)
"The Haunting of Sleepy Hollow!" A man tries to get rid of his rival by frightening him as the Headless Horseman, but the other guy has the same idea and succeeds in getting his rival committed to an asylum. The real Headless Horseman shows up to punish him.
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Published March 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Haunting of Sleepy Hollow!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Russ Heath; Mike Esposito ? (alterations)
Storyline
"The Haunting of Sleepy Hollow!" A man tries to get rid of his rival by frightening him as the Headless Horseman, but the other guy has the same idea and succeeds in getting his rival committed to an asylum. The real Headless Horseman shows up to punish him.

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Story Title
Tomorrow!
Script
?
Pencils
Mort Lawrence ?
Story Line
A man is offered a job by a strange organization that gives him glasses that can see 24 hours into the future, and he must report all accidents he sees so that they can be averted. When he fails to report one because of a personal grudge, he nearly seals his own doom.

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Story Title
Half-Man!
Script
?
Pencils
Myron Fass ?
Story Line
Androids are subject to discrimination until a war with space aliens breaks out and then they gain some measure of equality. One of them even plans to marry a human girl if he survives the conflict, but when the war is won, the androids find the old barriers have been put back in place. When the android sees his intended sweetheart on the street, she pretends not to know him.

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Story Title
Beyond Death!
Script
?
Pencils
Chuck Winter
Story Line
In order to prevent a man from marrying his daughter, the father tries to inject him with a serum that will turn him to stone. The intended victim succeeds in disarming the father and climbs up to the man's room to give him a taste of his own medicine. But, unknown to him, the daughter has exchanged places with her father because he complained of a draft, and he turns her to stone.
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Published May 1974 by Marvel
The Man in the Tank!
?
Everett Raymond Kinstler (signed)
John Romita ?
"The Man in the Tank!" A killer hides in a water tank and when the train takes on engine water and drains the tank to halfway, the man can no longer latch on to the lid, eventually tires treading water and drowns.
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Published May 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Man in the Tank!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Everett Raymond Kinstler (signed)
Cover Art
John Romita ?
Storyline
"The Man in the Tank!" A killer hides in a water tank and when the train takes on engine water and drains the tank to halfway, the man can no longer latch on to the lid, eventually tires treading water and drowns.

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Story Title
You Can't Touch Bottom
Script
?
Pencils
Russ Andru
Story Line
A mysterious jacket has a spell on it that compels any who wear to stuff objects into the bottomless right pocket. A scientist figures he can get rich if he can figure out the secret of the other dimension and tries inserting various objects, even a note attempting to communicate, but he cannot figure out what object the other dimensional beings are looking for. Finally, he sticks his head in attempting to see, and falls all the way in. When the jacket is found the next day, the pocket now has a bottom sewn in.

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Story Title
A Scream in the Dark!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
When a couple arrive at the end of the tunnel of love, they find that they have aged rapidly and the fairground deserted. They attempt to return the way they came, and they succeed in getting out the front entrance where the fair is still going on, but they remain of advanced age.

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Story Title
Devil's Island
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Reinman
Story Line
A man takes his unfaithful lover in the dark to the largest pearl she has ever seen. It's still inside the giant clam which closes on her.
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Published July 1974 by Marvel
Ghouls in the Graveyard
?
Bernie Krigstein
Ron Wilson ?
"Ghouls in the Graveyard" A man makes a deal with ghouls in order to be spared.
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Published July 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Ghouls in the Graveyard
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bernie Krigstein
Cover Art
Ron Wilson ?
Storyline
"Ghouls in the Graveyard" A man makes a deal with ghouls in order to be spared.

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Story Title
The Hands of Murder
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line
A young woman fears that her late sister has come back from the grave to kill her.

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Story Title
Vampire Brats
Script
?
Pencils
Allen Bellman
Story Line
A nurse gets a job at an infants' home where all the babies seem just a little different.

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Story Title
The Brain!
Script
?
Pencils
Russ Heath
Story Line
A warped Nazi scientist, sentenced to death, has an assistant dig up his body, remove his head and keep it alive in his laboratory. He makes plans for world domination.
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Published September 1974 by Marvel
Behind the Locked Door!
?
Bob Powell
Ron Wilson
"Behind the Locked Door!" A man thinks himself a failure until he walks along a strange corridor in an abandoned house which shows him the positive consequences of his charitable acts.
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Published September 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
Behind the Locked Door!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bob Powell
Cover Art
Ron Wilson
Storyline
"Behind the Locked Door!" A man thinks himself a failure until he walks along a strange corridor in an abandoned house which shows him the positive consequences of his charitable acts.

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Story Title
Dance, You Fool
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Don Heck
Story Line
An unsuccessful dancer overhears the old man in the room next to him saying that his old pair of dancing shoes can make anyone a great dancer. He steals the shoes from the old man, but finds that he can never stop dancing.

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Story Title
There Grows a Rose
Script
?
Pencils
Gene Colan
Story Line
A florist grows kleptomaniac flowers.

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Story Title
The Thing in the Water
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Winiarski
Story Line
A fish enthusiast encounters a menacing "water monster" from Atlantis when he brings home a new breed of guppies.
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Published October 1974 by Marvel
The Ghost Comes Back!
?
Dick Ayers
Larry Lieber (signed)
Julia; Captain Aaron; Mary; the Convict
"The Ghost Comes Back!" A woman fools a criminal into thinking that her returning husband is a member of the undead.
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Published October 1974 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Ghost Comes Back!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Larry Lieber (signed)
Character Appearances
Julia; Captain Aaron; Mary; the Convict
Storyline
"The Ghost Comes Back!" A woman fools a criminal into thinking that her returning husband is a member of the undead.

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Story Title
Fangs of the Bear
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Doug Wildey
Story Line
A crook builds a robotic teddy bear to rob the homes of the people who buy it, before returning to him. When he tries to retrieve the bear from a poor family with nothing worth stealing, the love of the couple's crippled son turns the bear against him and he is arrested.

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Story Title
Man of Iron!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Steve Ditko
Story Line
A rich weakling pays a witch to give him muscles of iron, but her spell makes him sink right through the earth's surface.

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Story Title
Hate!
Script
?
Pencils
Vince Colletta; Joe Maneely (see notes)
Story Line
A psychologist is revealed to be the actual object of three patient's different compulsions. They throw him through the window and are cured.
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Published November 1974 by Marvel
The Terror That Creeps
?
Werner Roth
Larry Lieber (signed)
"The Terror That Creeps" A man tries in vain to convince the world that the Sphinx is slowly crawling to the edge of the desert where it will regain its full power to fly and commit atrocities in the name of the evil god Set.
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Story Title
The Terror That Creeps
Writer
?
Interior Art
Werner Roth
Cover Art
Larry Lieber (signed)
Storyline
"The Terror That Creeps" A man tries in vain to convince the world that the Sphinx is slowly crawling to the edge of the desert where it will regain its full power to fly and commit atrocities in the name of the evil god Set.

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Story Title
The Voices!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Everett
Story Line
Three men think they are playing a trick on an old man by broadcasting radio messages that he picks up and believes to be from another planet. They try to send him another message, but something blocks the transmission, and when they break down his door he is missing with only a message pad on the table that says "They have come for me at last!"

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Story Title
Those in a Trance
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell
Story Line
A composer finds that he has written a piece of music that has the power to place people into a hypnotic trance and resolves to rob the audience at his next performance. He fails to reckon with the detective who dislikes music, but gets dragged to these things by his wife, and turns off his hearing aid.

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Story Title
The Crooked Stick!
Script
?
Pencils
John Forte
Story Line
The secret of a dowser's success in finding water is that his veins contain not blood, but water.
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Published January 1975 by Marvel
My Coffin Is Crowded
?
Bob Fujitani ?
Gil Kane
"My Coffin Is Crowded" A convict makes a deal with a man that, in exchange for half the stolen loot, he will dig him up if he climbs into a marked coffin with a recently deceased inmate. The ruse works, and he is buried, but hours go by and no one comes to dig him up. He lights a match and sees that the body next to him is the man who was supposed to dig him up.
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Published January 1975 by Marvel

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Story Title
My Coffin Is Crowded
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bob Fujitani ?
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Storyline
"My Coffin Is Crowded" A convict makes a deal with a man that, in exchange for half the stolen loot, he will dig him up if he climbs into a marked coffin with a recently deceased inmate. The ruse works, and he is buried, but hours go by and no one comes to dig him up. He lights a match and sees that the body next to him is the man who was supposed to dig him up.

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Story Title
I Know the Power of...the Genie!
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Don Heck
Story Line
A little girl summons a genie to punish adults after she is spanked. The genie eventually erases all people, but the girl gets lonely and asks him to bring them back, which he does, before leaving forever.

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Story Title
The Swami's Secret!
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bean
Story Line
A mind-reading swami is undone when he comes across an individual he believes is an alien preparing to invade. He signs a confession to the police that he has been swindling wealthy clients for years but thinks the occasion is important enough to reveal his secret ability. The police check his story, but it turns out that 'alien' is an actor preparing a role.

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Story Title
The Man Who Sold His Soul!
Script
?
Pencils
John Romita (signed)
Story Line
A witch betrays a man whose greatest desire is to fight in the ring by transforming him into the bull.
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Published March 1975 by Marvel
He Lurks in the Shadows
Carl Wessler
Sam Kweskin (signed)
Ron Wilson ?
"He Lurks in the Shadows" A killer wants to give up his gruesome trade but he loves his wife and wants to continue to give her expensive presents. He pulls one last job and resolves to tell her he's broke when he goes through a dark alley and feels a knife shoved deep into his back. It turns out his wife is in the same business for the same reason.
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Story Title
He Lurks in the Shadows
Writer
Carl Wessler
Interior Art
Sam Kweskin (signed)
Cover Art
Ron Wilson ?
Storyline
"He Lurks in the Shadows" A killer wants to give up his gruesome trade but he loves his wife and wants to continue to give her expensive presents. He pulls one last job and resolves to tell her he's broke when he goes through a dark alley and feels a knife shoved deep into his back. It turns out his wife is in the same business for the same reason.

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Story Title
The Little Man Who Was There
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Dennis Ames keeps seeing a strange little man just before some disaster happens that he narrowly escapes, and he eventually comes to realize that he can't escape forever, because the little man is Death.

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Story Title
Love Affair
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line
A man and his secretary enjoy an affair in their shared dream, but when the girl's convict husband is released from prison and hunts her down, their dream becomes a nightmare when the husband shoots the man dead. In the waking world, the man's wife screams as he slumps over with a neat, round hole in his forehead.

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Story Title
He Died Screaming
Script
?
Pencils
Jack Keller (signed)
Story Line
A man doesn't want his daughter to learn where he keeps his money so he shuts himself in with it, only remembering too late that his hiding place is soundproof and airtight.
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Published May 1975 by Marvel
The Menace of Shandu!
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Don Heck
Gil Kane
Tommy Jones; Shandu the genie
"The Menace of Shandu!" A boy finds a magic book in a used bookstore and accidentally summons a genie, which vows to torture him after granting his one wish. He wishes for everything to be restored to before he went to the bookshop, and despite not remembering his experience, he does not buy the book a second time.
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Story Title
The Menace of Shandu!
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Tommy Jones; Shandu the genie
Storyline
"The Menace of Shandu!" A boy finds a magic book in a used bookstore and accidentally summons a genie, which vows to torture him after granting his one wish. He wishes for everything to be restored to before he went to the bookshop, and despite not remembering his experience, he does not buy the book a second time.

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Story Title
My Brother Harry
Script
?
Pencils
Tony Di Preta (signed)
Story Line
A man's brother claims to be able to talk to their dead mother which annoys the man, so he beats his brother. His wife is tired of his cruelty and poisons him. He thinks that he has survived the attempt to murder him, but when he arrives home to kill her and blame it on his brother, she ignores him and only his brother speaks to him as "I see all dead people, don't I, Philip?"

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Story Title
Inside the Furnace!
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Robert Q. Sale (signed)
Story Line
A man goes back in time and robs himself.

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Story Title
They Lurk in the Cave!
Script
?
Pencils
Werner Roth
Story Line
A man thinks himself a failure until he helps a galactic policeman foil a criminal plot.
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Published July 1975 by Marvel
The 13th Floor
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Don Heck (signed)
Ron Wilson ?
Willy Sloane; Mr. Jordan
"The 13th Floor" An oddly cheerful elevator operator is held at gunpoint with a passer-by by a spy planning to blow up the hotel. The elevator lets the spy off at the 13th floor, and while the passer-by is terrified, the elevator operator simply fades away, explaining that the bomb will never go off, since there is no 13th floor.
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Published July 1975 by Marvel

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Story Title
The 13th Floor
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Don Heck (signed)
Cover Art
Ron Wilson ?
Character Appearances
Willy Sloane; Mr. Jordan
Storyline
"The 13th Floor" An oddly cheerful elevator operator is held at gunpoint with a passer-by by a spy planning to blow up the hotel. The elevator lets the spy off at the 13th floor, and while the passer-by is terrified, the elevator operator simply fades away, explaining that the bomb will never go off, since there is no 13th floor.

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Story Title
Reign of Fear
Script
?
Pencils
Sy Grudko
Story Line
A man that has a handsome face on one side of his skull and an ugly face on the opposite side shows the ugly face to his robbery victims and his handsome face to the nearby apprehending police in order to be released. His crimes end when he is struck and killed by a patrol car.

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Story Title
I Dared to Look into the Beyond!
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Story Line
A scientist builds a time machine to travel into the future. He believes that he has travelled to the past, demonstrating that the future does not yet exist, but in fact he saw a future in which Earth was abandoned.

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Story Title
The Hog!
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Kubert
Story Line
A reckless driver enjoys causing other cars to crash until his evil deeds catch up to him and he is a victim himself.
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Published September 1975 by Marvel
I Fought the Colossus!
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Jack Kirby
Ron Wilson ?
Prof. Reynolds; "Colossus" supercomputer
"I Fought the Colossus!" An advanced supercomputer turns Earth into a utopia, but suspicion remains, only to be inflamed when it is found to be building a giant robot. Humanity turns on the computer and destroys the robot, only to find that it was intended to replace the supercomputer, which breaks down, leaving humanity without its intelligence.
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Published September 1975 by Marvel

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Story Title
I Fought the Colossus!
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Ron Wilson ?
Character Appearances
Prof. Reynolds; "Colossus" supercomputer
Storyline
"I Fought the Colossus!" An advanced supercomputer turns Earth into a utopia, but suspicion remains, only to be inflamed when it is found to be building a giant robot. Humanity turns on the computer and destroys the robot, only to find that it was intended to replace the supercomputer, which breaks down, leaving humanity without its intelligence.

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The Hidden Martians
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Ayers (signed)
Story Line
A man charged with detecting hidden Martians is unaware that his girlfriend is one of them.

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Story Title
Earth Will Be Destroyed!
Script
Stan Lee ?
Pencils
Steve Ditko (signed)
Story Line
Aliens plot to devastate Earth before invading, but they cannot pinpoint its location. They are unaware that they are on Earth as a speck of dust in a petri dish, which is casually discarded.

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Story Title
He Never Reached the Ground!
Script
?
Pencils
Alfonso Greene
Story Line
A man falls 35 floors but disappears at ground level just before impact, saved by a Tibetan mystic indebted to his great-grandfather.
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Published October 1975 by Marvel
The Martian Who Stole a City!
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Jack Kirby
Ed Hannigan ?; Ron Wilson ?
Bill Gordon; Bobby Carter
"The Martian Who Stole a City!" A Martian steals a city piece by piece, until a young boy figures out that it is vulnerable to light.
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Published October 1975 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Martian Who Stole a City!
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Ed Hannigan ?; Ron Wilson ?
Character Appearances
Bill Gordon; Bobby Carter
Storyline
"The Martian Who Stole a City!" A Martian steals a city piece by piece, until a young boy figures out that it is vulnerable to light.

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Story Title
The Screaming Beasts!
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
An unscrupulous hunter learns that even he is not above the law of the jungle.

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Story Title
The Absent-Minded Professor!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Steve Ditko (signed)
Story Line
A college professor is certain that life exists upon other worlds, but can't quite remember why he is so assured of this fact. One evening he is abducted by aliens and he receives his answer. The aliens tell him the reason for his abduction is that years ago the aliens sent a spy to Earth, but failed to hear back from him, and the captain of the spaceship realizes that he should not have sent an absent-minded spy. The professor realizes that he is the alien spy.
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Published November 1975 by Marvel
Help!
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Don Heck; ?
Ron Wilson ?
"Help!" A writer buys a used typewriter that will only type a plea for help and an address, no matter what keys are struck. The writer goes to the address, and finds the typewriter's former owner trapped in a dangerous car accident.
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Published November 1975 by Marvel

Issue Details

Story Title
Help!
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Don Heck; ?
Cover Art
Ron Wilson ?
Storyline
"Help!" A writer buys a used typewriter that will only type a plea for help and an address, no matter what keys are struck. The writer goes to the address, and finds the typewriter's former owner trapped in a dangerous car accident.

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Story Title
Ashes to Ashes!
Script
?
Pencils
Al Eadah
Story Line
A woman burns her uncle to death before learning that the directions to his fortune are tattooed in a map upon his back.

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Story Title
Morgan's Magic Picture!
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Bill Benulis (signed)
Story Line
When a man paints objects onto the canvas of a picture containing a model who loves him, the objects magically appear. He cares only for wealth, not her, and so she leaves him and he finds that he cannot make objects appear without her.

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Story Title
The Cry of the Sorcerers!
Script
?
Pencils
Werner Roth
Story Line
A city slicker tries to take advantage of stories concerning sorcerers living in swamp caves, but he outruns the local folks to escape the cave when it turns out there really are wailing sorcerers living deep in the caves.
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