Appearing in "The Coming of the Scorpion! OR: Spidey Battles Scorpey!"
- Scorpion (Mac Gargan) (First appearance as Scorpion)
- Ned Leeds
- Doctor Farley Stillwell (Only appearance; dies)
- Peter Parker's High School Classmates
- United States of America
- Spider-Man's Suit
- Scorpion's Suit (First appearance)
- Spider-Man's Web-Shooters
- Spider-Man's Utility Belt
Synopsis for "The Coming of the Scorpion! OR: Spidey Battles Scorpey!"
As Peter walks home from school, his Spider-Sense tells him that someone is following him home and he tries to figure out who, but comes up empty. Meanwhile, J. Jonah Jameson is at The Daily Bugle and sees an article about a scientist who can create artificial mutations in animals. Jameson realizes he can use this to get rid of Spider-Man. Gargan and Jameson visit the laboratory of Dr. Farley Stillwell, where Jameson offers the doctor $10,000 to make Mac Gargan stronger than Spider-Man. After the transformation, the doctor outfits Mac with a scorpion outfit, complete with an incredibly deadly tail.
Spider-Man revisits The Daily Bugle to investigate, and as he leaves, he's attacked by Scorpion. Back at the lab, Dr. Stillwell realizes the awful mistake he's made, and figures out that Mac Gargan will lose himself and become more and more evil as time goes on. At the Bugle, Spider-Man and Scorpion fight, and Spider-Man gets his own webbing thrown back at him and lays defeated. Scorpion, elated with his victory, defies Jameson and runs away to start his money-making crime spree. Dr. Stillwell catches up with Scorpion and tries to cure him. In desperation, he climbs up a building after Scorpion, but loses his grip and falls to his death. Scorpion and Spider-Man trade blows until Spider-Man gets knocked down again and hears Betty Brant scream.
Scorpion knows that J. Jonah Jameson is the only person alive who knows his true identity, and realizes he must kill him, as well. Spider-Man defeats Scorpion, but Jameson comes out as the hero for catching Scorpion in his office, with no one knowing his true origin.
Appearing in "Menace from the Moon"
- Prof. Joswell
Races and Species:
Synopsis for "Menace from the Moon"
The first human rocketship to the moon returns filled with extraterrestrial invaders.
Appearing in "The Threat of the Living Bomb!"
- Eel (First appearance)
- The Wizard
- Moxie Gahagan (Only appearance)
- Ted Braddock (Only appearance)
- Dan Braddock (Mentioned) (patient at Veteran's hospital)
- Charles Lawson (Only appearance)
- Baldy (Only appearance) (a crime boss)
- Transmito device
- Aqua atractor gun
Synopsis for "The Threat of the Living Bomb!"
The Torch's popularity has waned due to negative editorials made by newscaster Ted Braddock that have been turning public opinion against Johnny.
When a new villain known as the Eel steals Project X, a miniature atomic pile, the Torch—with the help of Charles Lawrence, the inventor of the device—goes after the Eel. When the device is at risk of explosion, the Torch tries to convince the Eel to give over the device. The Eel does not believe him and continues his attack.
The Torch is forced to use his powers to take down the Eel's copter and battle him on the ground. The Torch manages to capture Project X, leaving the Eel with the arriving authorities. Johnny takes the bomb out to a safe place where it detonates and he attempts to absorb the heat and flames from the explosion. He succeeds but is seriously injured and Reed Richards uses a device to try and heal Johnny.
After Johnny recovers, Braddock retracts all his negative statements about the Human Torch and declares him a hero.
Appearing in "The Return of Zarrko the Tomorrow Man"
- Jane Foster (Only in flashback)
- United States Of America
- The 23th Century Earth of Zarrko
- Well of Centuries
Synopsis for "The Return of Zarrko the Tomorrow Man"
An angry Thor stomps through the city, unintentionally damaging everything around him. He is upset by Odin's decision not to let him wed the mortal Jane Foster. Some ants see the rampage and relate the information to Dr. Henry Pym. Switching to Giant-Man, he alerts Iron Man of the danger. Then Pym, as Giant-Man, with his partner the Wasp, sets out to stop Thor. Iron Man joins them. But it quickly becomes apparent that they will not be able to stop Thor. So rather than fight him, they pull back.
From Asgard, Odin and Loki watch the Thunder God, and Odin decides Thor must be punished for his temper. He reduces Thor's strength in half.
Meanwhile, Thor crosses the Rainbow Bridge, seeking an audience with his father Odin. Heimdall, the guardian of the bridge, drives Thor back. He realizes then that his powers have been reduced, and turns back towards earth.
Loki watches, and gloats that this may finally be time he can defeat Thor. Using the Well of Centuries, Loki looks ahead in time to the 23rd century and finds the villain Zarrko, and restores his memory. Taking an indestructible Mining Robot, Zarrko returns to the 20th century. The Tomorrow Man orders the Robot to begin a rampage designed to attract Thor.
Dr. Blake hears about the Robot on the news, and transforms into Thor. He battles the Robot, but because of his reduced powers is unable to defeat it. Zarrko threatens to destroy Earth unless Thor agrees to become his slave in the 23rd century. To save Earth, Thor agrees.
From Asgard, Odin is thunderstruck as he watches Thor's surrender. Loki silently gloats that he has defeated his brother, as they watch the Tomorrow Man fade back into the future, taking Thor with him.
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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