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Appearing in "I Saw the Invasion of the Stone Men"

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Synopsis for "I Saw the Invasion of the Stone Men"

Tales to Astonish Vol 1 6 001
Two stone men rise from beneath the streets of New York city and cause a panic. A geologist who has warned people for years that life exists deep underground is taken for a traitor who is in league with the monsters by an angry mob. The scientist denies that he is in league with them, and since the creatures menace no one, he asks the army to leave them alone. Eventually the stone men retreat back below the surface, but the military are worried they will return in greater numbers. The geologist has realized that they will not return because they can see nothing on the surface and cannot breathe due to their having evolved in the high density of the Earth's crust and they were merely exploring.

Appearing in "I Was the Man Under Glass!"

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  • Betalgeuseans

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Synopsis for "I Was the Man Under Glass!"

Darius Cartwright is a egotistic miser who believes to be above everyone else and so wishes to control an entire world which happens when given governoship of the planet Betelgeuse II. Darius becomes a tyrant, cruely rulling the natives until he's able to build a automatic city to live alone in and giving laws to no one enter it. However this behavior comes as a curse when the city air system fails Darius is unable to fix it alone or leave the place and dies by suffocation.

Appearing in "I Laughed at the Great God Pan!"

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  • Pan (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "I Laughed at the Great God Pan!"

Tales to Astonish Vol 1 6 014
A man with his date at the museum laughs at the painting of Pan. The museum guard chastises him for it, and he leaves. Later, his date sees him on the street and asks him why his hair has fallen out. He doesn't tell her that, as they were leaving the museum, he looked back at the guard walking down the hall and saw that the man had cloven hooves.

Appearing in "I Became a Human Bomb!"

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Synopsis for "I Became a Human Bomb!"

A thief tries to steal a new guided missile to set a ramsom for it, but after boarding the craft he discovers it's completely automatic with no controls inside

Appearing in "I Was a Prisoner of the Living Statues!"

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Synopsis for "I Was a Prisoner of the Living Statues!"

A evil race of aliens invade a african tribe whose wooden statues resemble their own warriors, they force the tribe chief into replacing the statues with the aliens so to create a silent invansion after they are sold all over the world. Against his fellows wishes the chief complies but when the aliens are unable to contact their hidden force they cancel the attack and flee, the chief them explains that all the disguised aliens where corvered with varnish before beign sold and so are now paralised forever.

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  • Cover art: possibly inked by Christopher Rule.

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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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