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Appearing in "Warrior of Mars"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Hither People (First appearance)
    • Lu-Pov (First appearance)
    • Princess Heru (First appearance)
    • Prince Hath (First appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Red Lizardmen[1] (First appearance)
    • Lord Ar-Hap (Mentioned)
  • Wing-Men (First appearance)

Other Characters:

Races and Species:

  • Humans
  • Martians
    • Hither People (First appearance)
      • Golden Ones (First appearance)
    • Red Lizardmen[1] (First appearance)
    • Wing-Men (First appearance)
  • Red Lizardmen' mounts (First appearance)
  • Ordlups (First appearance)

Locations:

Items:

  • Amulet of Understanding (First appearance)

Vehicles:

  • Funeral crafts (First appearance)

Events and Eras:

Synopsis for "Warrior of Mars"

  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "The Impossible Tunnel!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Strange Tales #96
(originally printed as I Dream of Doom!)

Featured Characters:

  • Frank Atwell

Supporting Characters:

  • Doctor
  • Nurse

Antagonists:

Synopsis for "The Impossible Tunnel!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Strange Tales #96
(originally printed as I Dream of Doom!)
  • Synopsis not yet written

Appearing in "The Frightened Man!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales to Astonish #33
(originally printed as Dead Storage)

Featured Characters:

Antagonists:

Locations:

Synopsis for "The Frightened Man!"

Reprint of the 1st story from
Tales to Astonish #33
(originally printed as Dead Storage)

Tales to Astonish Vol 1 33 001.jpg

An actor from yesteryear longs to return to the stage, but no agents can offer him any work. Disheartened, he resolves put aside the past and packs up his mementos to place them in storage. As he is driving to the address he was given over the phone, he holds the note upside down and drives to the wrong address. When he enters the building, he finds it to be in reality a disguised spaceship of aliens planning an attack upon Earth. He quickly resolves to ambush the spy they are waiting upon, and using makeup, takes his place. He gives the finest performance of his life in convincing the aliens that he's infected with a deadly virus and they must leave this world while he remains behind in a noble act of self-sacrifice.

Solicit Synopsis

In the timeless tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard! It's "Gullivar Jones - Warrior of Mars!"

Notes

Warrior of Mars is freely adapted from the novel Lt. Gullivar Jones by Edwin L. Arnold.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Creatures on the Loose #21
  2. 2.0 2.1 Creatures on the Loose #17
  3. Creatures on the Loose #18 mentions the Sun as being four millions when it is five in Gullivar Jones' age
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