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Published June 1951 by Marvel
The Strange Men
?
Paul Reinman
Carl Burgos ?
Ted Halsey; Jim Nelson; Doctor Lemut; Mortell
"The Strange Men" Doctor Lemut from Saturn discusses his plans for Earth conquest with a captured Navy pilot, but the man succeeds in escaping. Unfortunately for Earth, when the pilot attempts to warn his superior of impending attack, the superior turns out to be one of Lemut's agents.
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Published June 1951 by Marvel

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The Strange Men
Writer
?
Interior Art
Paul Reinman
Cover Art
Carl Burgos ?
Character Appearances
Ted Halsey; Jim Nelson; Doctor Lemut; Mortell
Storyline
"The Strange Men" Doctor Lemut from Saturn discusses his plans for Earth conquest with a captured Navy pilot, but the man succeeds in escaping. Unfortunately for Earth, when the pilot attempts to warn his superior of impending attack, the superior turns out to be one of Lemut's agents.

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The Beast
Script
?
Pencils
Manny Stallman (signed)
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An evil man is regressed into an ape and he attacks and kills the experimenter. The authorities capture and place him in a zoo.

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The Room That Didn't Exist
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
A man encounters the ghost of a woman in the forest who used to lure travelers to their doom back in 1616.

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A Call in the Night
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
A TV repairman has a dream wherein his wife becomes the victim of a man who encases people in bronze. When he wakes, he finds the circumstances of the dream coming true.
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Published August 1951 by Marvel
The Egg!
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Morris Marcus
Sol Brodsky ?
Alexander Laurier; Humphrey Devonshire; Higgins; Bartlow; Walter Briggs
"The Egg!" Aliens send eggs which disgorge a toxic substance when opened.
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Published August 1951 by Marvel

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The Egg!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Morris Marcus
Cover Art
Sol Brodsky ?
Character Appearances
Alexander Laurier; Humphrey Devonshire; Higgins; Bartlow; Walter Briggs
Storyline
"The Egg!" Aliens send eggs which disgorge a toxic substance when opened.

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Trapped in the Tomb!
Script
?
Pencils
Norman Steinberg (signed)
Story Line
A scientist invents a box which can teleport a person's spirit and loans it to a friend. The friend decides to kill his wife and use the box's ability to establish an alibi of being somewhere else at the moment of the crime, but his wife gets the idea first.

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The Pin!
Script
?
Pencils
Russ Heath (signed)
Story Line
A scientist invents a serum which reduces age without affecting the mind. He finds himself an infant but he develops a transfer formula which he places in a pin in order to stick someone with the same blood type and steal their years.

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The Island of Madmen
Script
?
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Ed Moore (signed)
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Two men and a woman find themselves stranded on an island that is supposed to be inhabited by a demon and one man is killed but it turns out that the woman is the monster.
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Published October 1951 by Marvel
The Shadow!
?
Joe Maneely (signed)
Carl Burgos ?
Dick Coyne; George Dykes; Iris
"The Shadow!" When a man's rival slugs him and he falls and breaks his neck, he doesn't realize that he's dead until he notices the absence of his shadow. Eventually he spies the shadow and it darts away from him. He gives chase and pursues it back to the cemetery and his grave.
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Published October 1951 by Marvel

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The Shadow!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Maneely (signed)
Cover Art
Carl Burgos ?
Character Appearances
Dick Coyne; George Dykes; Iris
Storyline
"The Shadow!" When a man's rival slugs him and he falls and breaks his neck, he doesn't realize that he's dead until he notices the absence of his shadow. Eventually he spies the shadow and it darts away from him. He gives chase and pursues it back to the cemetery and his grave.

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The Man Who Never Was
Script
?
Pencils
John Romita (signed)
Story Line
A man who conceives of Death as a person is wiped out of existence along with his friends.

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Invisible Death
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
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Invisible invaders from the planet Mondu are thwarted by a blind man who can sense their presence.

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The Madman!
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Maneely (signed)
Story Line
A man is turned invisible by a spiteful poltergeist.

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Voodoo
Script
?
Pencils
Bill LaCava
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A man gets a voodoo practitioner to cause his wife to die, but when he finds out she has inherited a large sum of money, he asks the practitioner to call off the spell. She finds out he tried to have her killed and gets the voodoo practitioner to give her husband the treatment.
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Published December 1951 by Marvel
The Evil Eye
?
Bill Everett (signed)
Carl Hubbell ?
Lyle Chambers; Mears
"The Evil Eye"
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Published December 1951 by Marvel

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The Evil Eye
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Carl Hubbell ?
Character Appearances
Lyle Chambers; Mears
Storyline
"The Evil Eye"

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Dial...City Morgue!
Script
?
Pencils
Sol Brodsky
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It!
Script
?
Pencils
John Romita (signed)
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The Man on the Beach!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill LaCava
Story Line
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Published February 1952 by Marvel
The Room Without a Door
Hank Chapman (signed)
Joe Maneely (signed)
?
Henry; Wilkins; Mattery; Albitra Narrse
"The Room Without a Door" A scientist rejects science as useless for discovering the secret of time travel and turns to black magic instead. Hearing of a woman related to a witch burned in 1692 living nearby, he spies on her and sees her summon the ghost of her ancestor. She confirms to the ghost that only she can travel through time by means of 'the room without a door.' The scientist gets the witch evicted and buys the house so that he can search for this room. He finds a small box with wallpaper made to resemble a room. He breaks the box open and finds himself transported back to 1692 tied to a burning stake.
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Published February 1952 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Room Without a Door
Writer
Hank Chapman (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Maneely (signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Henry; Wilkins; Mattery; Albitra Narrse
Storyline
"The Room Without a Door" A scientist rejects science as useless for discovering the secret of time travel and turns to black magic instead. Hearing of a woman related to a witch burned in 1692 living nearby, he spies on her and sees her summon the ghost of her ancestor. She confirms to the ghost that only she can travel through time by means of 'the room without a door.' The scientist gets the witch evicted and buys the house so that he can search for this room. He finds a small box with wallpaper made to resemble a room. He breaks the box open and finds himself transported back to 1692 tied to a burning stake.

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Story Title
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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The Trap
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Manny Stallman
Story Line
When a man's plane explodes he is thrown into the future to view his act of killing his new boss and then being executed.

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My Brother Harry
Script
?
Pencils
Tony DiPreta [as DiPreta] (signed)
Story Line
A man's brother claims to be able to talk to his dead mother which annoys him, so he beats him. 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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Published April 1952 by Marvel
Uninhabited
?
Russ Heath (signed)
Russ Heath (signed)
Cardek; Kent; Olin; Devin; Benton
"Uninhabited" The moon is a living organism like Ego, the living planet.
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Published April 1952 by Marvel

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Uninhabited
Writer
?
Interior Art
Russ Heath (signed)
Cover Art
Russ Heath (signed)
Character Appearances
Cardek; Kent; Olin; Devin; Benton
Storyline
"Uninhabited" The moon is a living organism like Ego, the living planet.

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Story Title
The Eyes of March!
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Sy Grudko [as Grudko] (signed)
Story Line
A man gets a pair of glasses which make everyone appear to have his own face. When he breaks them in order to get another pair, the second pair make everyone look like the lenscrafter.

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The Back Door!
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Morisi [as Morisi] (signed)
Story Line
A salesman tries to make a pitch to the dead of a funeral parlor but they tell him that they buy nothing and stay for free. He wants to get in on the deal and they show him to his own personal...coffin.

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The Killers
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lazarus
Story Line
Scientists invent a virus which turns people into crazy killers without reflection in mirrors. A reporter thinks that the virus has infected his boss because she won't keep mirrors around the office, so he strangles her, but it turns out she just didn't want to be reminded of her age. The reporter has unknowingly been infected with the virus and has been committing killings that he is unaware of.

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Story Title
The Ugly Man!
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
Story Line
A convicted killer gets three wishes Monkey's Paw style.
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Published June 1952 by Marvel
My Brother Talks To Bats!
?
Joe Maneely (signed)
Bill Everett
George
"My Brother Talks To Bats!"
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Story Title
My Brother Talks To Bats!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Maneely (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett
Character Appearances
George
Storyline
"My Brother Talks To Bats!"

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Story Title
He Wished He Was A Vampire
Script
?
Pencils
Gene Colan [as G Colan] (signed)
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Tap! Tap! Tap!
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Sinnott (signed)
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Who Stands In the Shadows?
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Tumlinson
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The Horrible Man
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Werner Roth
Story Line
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Published July 1952 by Marvel
The Old Mill
?
Gene Colan (signed) [as G. Colan]
Bill Everett (signed)
Kurt Braun
"The Old Mill" A mill hand disposes of his tyrannical boss by grinding him up.
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Published July 1952 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Old Mill
Writer
?
Interior Art
Gene Colan (signed) [as G. Colan]
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Kurt Braun
Storyline
"The Old Mill" A mill hand disposes of his tyrannical boss by grinding him up.

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Fame!
Script
?
Pencils
Manny Stallman (signed)
Story Line
Universal rejection makes a would-be actor's mind snap and so he rents a tuxedo with his last few dollars and does a presentation on a building ledge before a gathered crowd until he makes the leap that will ensure his fame.

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The Storm
Script
?
Pencils
Vic Carrabotta (signed)
Story Line
A killer hijacks a plane to escape the police. The pilot turns out to be Satan and he lands the plane in Hell.

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Story Title
Something in the Fog!
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Goldfarb [as Goldfarb] (signed)
Story Line
A group of smugglers run into the Flying Dutchman.

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If the Shoe Fits
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Maneely (signed)
Story Line
A man who murders a shoe maker becomes trapped in wet cement.
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Published August 1952 by Marvel
Blind Date
?
Mike Sekowsky
Sol Brodsky
Mac Farrand
"Blind Date" A man walks out of a bar and sees a beautiful redhead sitting in a convertible waiting for someone. He walks over and starts to talk to her. She tells him that she is waiting for an older wealthy man and asks him to leave but he refuses and gets in the car. She says 'Very well' and careens off. He becomes frightened and tells her to slow down and she does not. When he glances over at her, he screams, for he sees a skeleton that tells him he has stolen a blind date with Death as the car heads straight for the side of a mountain.
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Published August 1952 by Marvel

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Story Title
Blind Date
Writer
?
Interior Art
Mike Sekowsky
Cover Art
Sol Brodsky
Character Appearances
Mac Farrand
Storyline
"Blind Date" A man walks out of a bar and sees a beautiful redhead sitting in a convertible waiting for someone. He walks over and starts to talk to her. She tells him that she is waiting for an older wealthy man and asks him to leave but he refuses and gets in the car. She says 'Very well' and careens off. He becomes frightened and tells her to slow down and she does not. When he glances over at her, he screams, for he sees a skeleton that tells him he has stolen a blind date with Death as the car heads straight for the side of a mountain.

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The Strange Game
Script
?
Pencils
Marty Elkin [as M. Elkin] (signed)
Story Line
A man stumbles over a card game where four strange characters are playing for body parts.

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The Man from Mars
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Bob Fujitani
Story Line
A deadbeat wants to see a movie called 'The Man from Mars' but since he doesn't bother to get a job, he's broke and has no money. When he sees a rocket ship with a sign outside that reads "Be the First to see Mars" he thinks it's a promotion for the picture and enters, hoping to get to see the movie for free. Suddenly, the rocket blasts off and he passes out from the acceleration. When he revives, he finds himself a captive in a Martian zoo.

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Story Title
Drink Deep, Vampire
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Sinnott (signed)
Story Line
A business man attempts to swindle a coven of vampires by draining their blood every day and selling it back to them every evening.

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The Voice of Doom!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Benulis
Story Line
A publisher has communication devices installed in every cubicle so he can fire his employees when they badmouth him. One day, he hears a voice that threatens him with eternal torments in Hell. He demands to know who is speaking and a grinning skull emanates from the device to claim him.
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Published September 1952 by Marvel
The Boy Who Was Afraid
?
Bernie Krigstein
Bill Everett
Terry Jackson; Biff Jackson
"The Boy Who Was Afraid" A boy doesn't want to play outside because if he steps on the cracks in the pavement the ground will swallow him up.
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Published September 1952 by Marvel

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The Boy Who Was Afraid
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bernie Krigstein
Cover Art
Bill Everett
Character Appearances
Terry Jackson; Biff Jackson
Storyline
"The Boy Who Was Afraid" A boy doesn't want to play outside because if he steps on the cracks in the pavement the ground will swallow him up.

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The Monster's Son
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line
Frankenstein's monster creates an heir.

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The Frightful Feet!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Benulis
Story Line
A rabbit hunter who hacks off their feet to sell as good luck charms has the tables turned on him.

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Story Title
The Hidden Head
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Ed Winiarski [as Ed Win] (signed)
Story Line
A Nazi officer threatens a plastic surgeon's family during the fall of Berlin with death unless he alters his appearance. The surgeon makes him look like Adolph Hitler.

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Story Title
Keep Out
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Ayers (signed)
Story Line
A gangster on the run takes shelter behind the shooting range of a carnival.
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Published October 1952 by Marvel
The Devil and Donald Webster
Stan Lee (signed)
Paul Reinman (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Donald Webster; Martha Webster; Satan
"The Devil and Donald Webster" A man makes a deal with Satan to murder his shrew wife, but Satan frames him for the crime and he is sentenced to the electric chair. At least, he thinks, he is free from his wife. When he arrives in Hell, he finds his wife waiting for him.
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Published October 1952 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Devil and Donald Webster
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Paul Reinman (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Donald Webster; Martha Webster; Satan
Storyline
"The Devil and Donald Webster" A man makes a deal with Satan to murder his shrew wife, but Satan frames him for the crime and he is sentenced to the electric chair. At least, he thinks, he is free from his wife. When he arrives in Hell, he finds his wife waiting for him.

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Walking Ghost
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line
A debunker for a radio program enters a house that is supposed to be haunted but he tells his audience that there is nothing there. When he leaves the mansion, his sound crew run away in fear because he has unknowingly been reduced to a walking skeleton.

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Story Title
Darkness
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
An escaped convict is swallowed by a whale after the ship he was stowed away on is struck by a mine and sinks.

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O'Malley's Friend
Script
?
Pencils
Gene Colan [as G Colan] (signed)
Story Line
O'Malley tricks the Devil into giving him wealth while he is alive, but the Devil is resentful, and so after O'Malley dies the Devil won't allow him to enter Hell. St. Peter refuses to allow him into Heaven because he lived a wealthy and sinful life, so he has nothing to do but wander around telling his story in bars.
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Published November 1952 by Marvel
Love Story
?
Tony DiPreta
Carl Burgos; ?
"Love Story"
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Published November 1952 by Marvel

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Love Story
Writer
?
Interior Art
Tony DiPreta
Cover Art
Carl Burgos; ?
Storyline
"Love Story"

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The Corpse
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line

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The Warning!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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The Dumb Slob
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line

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Graveyard at Midnight!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Everett
Story Line
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Published December 1952 by Marvel
The Witching Hours!
?
Ed Goldfarb
Bill Everett (signed)
Tony Marden; Linda; Henry
"The Witching Hours!" A man marries the beautiful daughter of a witch. After he clouts her over the head, she tells him "Now that we're married, you'll have to stop being so mean to mother."
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Published December 1952 by Marvel

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The Witching Hours!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Ed Goldfarb
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Tony Marden; Linda; Henry
Storyline
"The Witching Hours!" A man marries the beautiful daughter of a witch. After he clouts her over the head, she tells him "Now that we're married, you'll have to stop being so mean to mother."

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Story Title
Death Makes a Deal!
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Robbins
Story Line
A washed-up reporter needs to come up with a scoop or he will be fired. He meets Death, who reveals future tragedies to him so that he can write up the stories, but there is a heavy price to pay.

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Story Title
The Hiding Place
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
John Tartaglione [as JT] (signed)
Story Line
Three crooks hide the money they've stolen and agree to retrieve it in a year. but each one plots to get the loot for himself, which leads to their deaths.

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Story Title
The Bugs
Script
?
Pencils
Larry Woromay [as LW] (signed)
Story Line
Alien scientists are disgusted when they look at the humans they have collected from Earth under their microscopes and recommend that the small planet be destroyed.

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Story Title
The Secret of Christopher Morse
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Winiarski [as Ed Win] (signed)
Story Line
A reclusive actor refuses to leave the stage to act in films. An accident reveals his true hideous face which causes him to kill his fiancee and then himself.
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Published January 1953 by Marvel
Horrible Herman
Stan Lee (signed)
Joe Maneely (signed)
?
Herman Hooper; Betty
"Horrible Herman"
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Published January 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
Horrible Herman
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Maneely (signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Herman Hooper; Betty
Storyline
"Horrible Herman"

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Story Title
The Grinning Skulls!
Script
?
Pencils
Werner Roth
Story Line
When a man attempts to steal skulls from a totem pole, his head becomes the latest addition to the top of the pole.

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Story Title
The Experiment!
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line
A scientist creates a process that he thinks will evolve a gorilla into a human being but it turns out that it devolves the man back to an ape at the same time.

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Story Title
The Golden Coffin
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line
A man summons the ghost of King Midas and demands his power to turn objects to gold. He thinks that he will be more clever than Midas and just get the power in his right hand so that he can eat with his left, but he gets in a vehicle accident and they amputate his left hand.

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Story Title
The Man Who Talked To Ghosts!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos
Story Line
When a woman murders her husband for his money he returns as a ghost.
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Published February 1953 by Marvel
Mary and the Witch!
?
Bernie Krigstein [as B. Krigstein] (signed)
Bill Everett
Carl Butler; Mary Sharp; Don; Tony; Hanna Butler
"Mary and the Witch!"
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Published February 1953 by Marvel

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Mary and the Witch!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bernie Krigstein [as B. Krigstein] (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett
Character Appearances
Carl Butler; Mary Sharp; Don; Tony; Hanna Butler
Storyline
"Mary and the Witch!"

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Story Title
The Last Word
Script
?
Pencils
Larry Woromay
Story Line

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Story Title
Don't Look Down
Script
?
Pencils
George Roussos
Story Line

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Story Title
Afraid!
Script
?
Pencils
Sam Kweskin
Story Line

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Story Title
He Walked Thru the Wall
Script
?
Pencils
Vic Dowling [as Dowling] (signed)
Story Line
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Published March 1953 by Marvel
You Can't Kill Me!
Stan Lee (signed)
Harry Anderson
Harry Anderson
Henri Lebret; Suzanne Duval; Pierre Duval
"You Can't Kill Me!" A scientist develops a method of reattaching severed heads, but when his beloved daughter makes him promise to reattach the head of an executed killer she wishes to marry, he puts the man's head back on upside down to save her from herself.
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Published March 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
You Can't Kill Me!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Harry Anderson
Cover Art
Harry Anderson
Character Appearances
Henri Lebret; Suzanne Duval; Pierre Duval
Storyline
"You Can't Kill Me!" A scientist develops a method of reattaching severed heads, but when his beloved daughter makes him promise to reattach the head of an executed killer she wishes to marry, he puts the man's head back on upside down to save her from herself.

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Story Title
The Man in the Mud
Script
?
Pencils
Sy Barry (signed)
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The Sissy!
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Brown
Story Line

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Suicide!
Script
?
Pencils
Louis Zansky
Story Line

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They Made Me a Ghost
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line
A condemned man makes a deal with Satan to be made a ghost so that he can haunt the judge responsible for his sentence. As a ghost, he finds himself unable to affect the physical world and the wind eventually blows him out into the void of space where he drifts for eternity.
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Published April 1953 by Marvel
Danny Had a Dream
?
Joe Sinnott (signed)
Carl Burgos
Danny; Karnoff; Clarke; Denning
"Danny Had a Dream"
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Published April 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
Danny Had a Dream
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Sinnott (signed)
Cover Art
Carl Burgos
Character Appearances
Danny; Karnoff; Clarke; Denning
Storyline
"Danny Had a Dream"

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Story Title
Feud!
Script
Stan Lee (signed)
Pencils
Jerry Robinson (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Big Kill
Script
?
Pencils
Charles A. Winter
Story Line

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5 Years Too Late!
Script
?
Pencils
Sol Brodsky ?
Story Line

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Story Title
Father-In-Law Trouble
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Briefer (signed)
Story Line
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Published May 1953 by Marvel
John Doe!
Stan Lee (signed)
Joe Maneely (signed)
Russ Heath
Professor Von Klicht; Erika Von Klicht; Danny Slade
"John Doe!" A criminal attempts to steal an inventor's robot so that he can sell it, but when he attempts to rub out the inventor's daughter, the robot attacks and kills him.
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Published May 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
John Doe!
Writer
Stan Lee (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Maneely (signed)
Cover Art
Russ Heath
Character Appearances
Professor Von Klicht; Erika Von Klicht; Danny Slade
Storyline
"John Doe!" A criminal attempts to steal an inventor's robot so that he can sell it, but when he attempts to rub out the inventor's daughter, the robot attacks and kills him.

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The Saucers Strike!
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska [as G.T.] (signed)
Story Line

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Witch-Hunt!
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Larry Woromay
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The Devil is annoyed with a do-gooder who drives away his witches so he assumes the guise of an official of the kingdom and has her sent to the stake.

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Boris and the Bomb!
Script
?
Pencils
Gene Colan [as G Colan] (signed)
Story Line
A Russian atomic scientist gets revenge upon the communists who killed his family by making the first soviet hydrogen bomb appear to be a dud until they come within range and then he ignites it.
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Published June 1953 by Marvel
The Extra Coffin
?
Larry Woromay
Russ Heath (signed)
Mr. Gregor; Horace; Sophia
"The Extra Coffin"
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Published June 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Extra Coffin
Writer
?
Interior Art
Larry Woromay
Cover Art
Russ Heath (signed)
Character Appearances
Mr. Gregor; Horace; Sophia
Storyline
"The Extra Coffin"

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You Made the Pants Too Long
Script
Stan Lee (signed) ?; Paul S. Newman ?
Pencils
Fred Kida
Story Line

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The Rag Doll
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Certa
Story Line

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The Farmer Takes a Life!
Script
Carl Wessler
Pencils
Bob Fujitani
Story Line

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Story Title
Look Out
Script
?
Pencils
George Tuska [as G.T.] (signed)
Story Line
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Published July 1953 by Marvel
The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished
?
Fred Kida
Russ Heath [as R. Heath] (signed)
Blackie Norton; Ed Carr
"The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished"
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Published July 1953 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished
Writer
?
Interior Art
Fred Kida
Cover Art
Russ Heath [as R. Heath] (signed)
Character Appearances
Blackie Norton; Ed Carr
Storyline
"The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished"

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He Swallowed It Up!
Script
?
Pencils
Gene Colan (signed)
Story Line

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Wilbur!
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?
Pencils
Sid Greene
Story Line

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Keep Your Eye on Junior
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Moline
Story Line

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The World I Lost!
Script
?
Pencils
John Forte (signed)
Story Line
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