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Appearing in "The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished"

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Couldn't Be Punished"

In 1990 prisons have been done away with as wasteful by the machines that run things. Instead, criminals are subject to a process which ages them one year for every second they endure it. When a crime boss gang sees his thirty year old thugs aged to seventy, he comes up with a way to foil the process. In order to halt his crime spree, the machines eventually behead him and make him into one of their own.

Appearing in "He Swallowed It Up"

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Synopsis for "He Swallowed It Up"

Two sword swallowers duel for the title of King of the Sword Swallowers. One attempts to poison the sword of the other, but the intended victim thwarts his ploy by swallowing the sword with its scabbard on. He defeats the poisoner by setting up a powerful magnetic field that shrinks and draws the hapless performer into the sword.

Appearing in "Wilbur"

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Synopsis for "Wilbur"

When a lawyer tells a man his rich relative has left some money to Wilber whom he brought back from Africa, the man heads into the dark downstairs with a knife intending to do away with Wilber and collect the full inheritance. Unfortunately for him, Wilber turns out to be a rather hungry lion.

Appearing in "Keep Your Eye On Junior"

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Synopsis for "Keep Your Eye On Junior"

A governess is given responsibility over an unruly child who attempts to damage a construct in the attic which contains tiny people. She takes a hatchet away from him, but he threatens to tell his mother. The governess asks the maid to bring the kid a glass of water which he tosses on the construct, drowning thousands of Chinese.

Appearing in "The World I Lost"

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Synopsis for "The World I Lost"

This unusual two-part story is concluded next issue. In the set up, an atomic scientist who dreads nuclear war resolves to build a time machine in order to visit the year 2053 and determine if the worst takes place. When he arrives he finds that New York City has become a jungle and the remaining humans are deformed by atomic radiation. He attempts to escape from them back to his time machine, but upon arriving, finds that other deformed humans have smashed it.

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