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Appearing in "Wasteland -- on a Weirdling World!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Chak the Wing-Man (First time named)
  • Hither People (Dream/recap)
    • Lu-Pov (Dream/recap)
    • Princess Heru (Dream/recap)

Antagonists:

  • Phran, Gatekeeper of the Martian Hell
  • Noltoi / Spider-Swarm
  • Red Lizardmen[1] (Dream/recap) (Also appear on screen)

Other Characters:

  • Chak's father (Mentioned)
  • Gullivar Jones's father (Mentioned)
  • Chak's gods (Mentioned)
  • Technics Guild (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)
  • Good Lord (Invoked)

Races and Species:

  • Humans
  • Martians (Many appear on screen)
    • Wing-Men (Also appear on screen)
      • Mutant Wing-Men (First time named)
    • Noltoi / Spider-Swarm (Also appear on screen)
    • Hither People (Dream/recap) (Also appear on screen)
      • Golden Ones (Dream/recap) (Also appear on screen)
    • Red Lizardmen[1] (Dream/recap) (Also appear on screen)
  • Gods (Mentioned)
  • Monkeys (Mentioned)

Locations:

Items:

  • Amulet of Understanding

Synopsis for "Wasteland -- on a Weirdling World!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Under the Knife!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #11.

Featured Characters:

  • Matt Henry

Supporting Characters:

  • Zoe (Anne)

Antagonists:

  • Death (Dr. Peel)

Other Characters:

  • Dr. Luft
  • Jake

Races and Species:

Locations:

Synopsis for "Under the Knife!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Adventures into Terror #11.

During an operation a man dies briefly and experiences a boatride with a beautiful woman named Zoe who is trying to outdistance Death. After passing dead man on the shore who died in battle as cowards and later on down the line, sirens, they are overtaken by Death. The man looks Death in the face and screams. He regains consciousness and the doctor congratulates him on his yell calling him a miracle since he was dead for seventeen minutes. He is taken to another doctor and he screams in his mind after anesthesia is administered because he had seen the man's face and it was that of... Death.

Appearing in "What Lurks in the Mountain?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #17.

Featured Characters:

  • Lama of the Sun Village

Supporting Characters:

  • Unnamed Alien Race

Antagonists:

  • Communist Warlord

Other Characters:

  • Communist Forces

Races and Species:

Vehicles:

  • Spaceship

Synopsis for "What Lurks in the Mountain?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Tales of Suspense #17.

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A communist general demands that the lama tell him of the alien space ship that has landed for repairs. At first the lama refuses to allow the aliens to be conquered by the communists, but he relents after the general threatens to execute all the peasants. The soldiers march off to the mountain the lama has indicated, but after a fruitless search they conclude the lama must have been lying. Suddenly, the mountain begins to shake violently and the soldiers realize too late as it blasts off that the mountain was the space ship.

Solicit Synopsis

Gullivar Jones, Warrior of Mars - in deadly combat with Phra!

Notes

  • Wasteland -- on a Weirdling World!, of the series "Gullivar Jones, Warrior of Mars!" is inspired by the novel Lt. Gullivar Jones by Edwin L. Arnold.
    • The issue credited "an historical helping hand" by Roy Thomas.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Creatures on the Loose #21
  2. The issue mentions the Sun as being four millions when it is five in Gullivar Jones' age



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