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Quote1.png My power... It's gone! But without it... The Living Pharaoh is as helpless as any mortal being. Without it... The Living Pharaoh is human! Quote2.png
The Living Pharaoh

Appearing in "Pyramind of Peril!"

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  • Asp (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Pyramind of Peril!"

Transported to Egypt to recover the Ruby Scarab, the Living Mummy finds opposition from the Living Pharaoh, who has found that the Scarab restores some of his lost mutant powers. After defeating one of his guards, the Mummy's presence is alerted to the Pharaoh who sends his other guards out to attack. They, however, prove to be incapable of stopping the Living Mummy.

When the pyramid's traps don't work either, the Living Pharaoh uses his restored powers against the Mummy. During the fight, however, the Scarab is stolen by an unknown party who makes an escape. Furious, the Pharaoh tries to use his powers to destroy the Mummy, but finds that they are slowly fading. Once they are completely gone, the Mummy decides that the Pharaoh is no longer a threat and goes after the man who stole the Ruby Scarab. While high in the air Dr. Skarab, Janice and Ron are arriving in Egypt by plane, hoping to secure not only the Mummy, but the Scarab for themselves.

This story is continued next issue...

Appearing in "The Secret of the Universe!"

Reprint of the 3rd story from
Amazing Adult Fantasy #11
(originally printed as The Secret of the Universe)

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  • Pilot

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  • Spaceship

Synopsis for "The Secret of the Universe!"

Reprint of the 3rd story from
Amazing Adult Fantasy #11
(originally printed as The Secret of the Universe)
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A rocket is built which travels faster than light in order to probe the edge of the visible universe, but the volunteer pilot de-ages to infancy during the trip, curing him of his terminal disease.

Trivia

  • The tagline to this issue is "The Living Pharaoh Strikes!"

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