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Appearing in "The Straw Man"

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Synopsis for "The Straw Man"

When a gaseous alien sees a scarecrow, it mistakes it for an example of Earth's dominant life form, and tries to possess it. A tramp sees the scarecrow moving and drops his cigarette in the hay from shock. The fire burns up the scarecrow and the alien leaves Earth, removing the threat.

Appearing in "The Man Who Saw the Saucer"

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Saw the Saucer"

A man perpetrates a hoax about a flying saucer landing and him being contacted by the aliens. His hoax is uncovered, and when Martians do land and give him the secrets of prosperity, he attempts to share this information and is not believed.

Appearing in "A Woman Screamed"

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Synopsis for "A Woman Screamed"

A timid man tries to hypnotize himself into being bold but fails.

Appearing in "The Betrayer!"

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Synopsis for "The Betrayer!"

A man travels into the past and gains a great deal of wealth through war profiteering, but when he returns to the present, he realizes all his money is in confederate dollars.

Appearing in "The Man on the Thirteenth Floor!"

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When his elevator cable breaks, on man finds himself on the 13th floor in another dimension.

Appearing in "Among Those Missing!"

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Synopsis for "Among Those Missing!"

People of the year 2160 kidnap great scientists of the present day in order to help with their stagnant culture. The last recruit convinces them to let the men return and contribute their knowledge to the present day.

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  • Imprint: Atlas Comics
  • Frequency: 8 Issues
  • Price: $.10

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