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Issue: #2
Published: February 1959, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: All art credits for this issue confirmed with Dick Ayers by Gary Watson, May 2008.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) "We'll camp in this valley tonight...
Synopsis: Adventurers are camped in a giant footprint that they think is a valley.
Credits: Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Adventure Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) To Be Young Again!
Synopsis: Scientist Ainsley invents a youth serum at the Forrest Research Foundation. Owner Henry Forrest secretly injects the serum and is turned into a newborn baby.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Horror-suspense
Characters: Henry Forrest Ainsley

Comic Story (8 pages) Too Late!
Synopsis: Emanuel Maxwell, a brilliant scientist, goes to a mountain resort for rest. He falls in love with Gretchen. Her companion, Hans, taunts Maxwell into climbing a mountain with him. They are falling into a crevasse when Maxwell wakes from a dream with a climbing rope around his waist. He plans to lead a rescue party to Hans, then propose to Gretchen.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Horror-suspense
Characters: Emanuel Maxwell Gretchen Hans

Comic Story (5 pages) Don't Throw That Switch
Synopsis: Mad scientist Lester invents a "Gravity Suspendor". His college friend Frank rushes to stop him. A flash of lightning supposedly stops Lester from activating the device. Lester gets a mental block and forgets the whole project. In the last panel, Lester's house and Frank's car are slowly settling back to Earth.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Frank Lester

Text Story (2 pages) The First
Synopsis: A space ship carrying three married couples, all scientists, overshoots the moon and lands on Mars. They discover that Mars is habitable.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Bill Jensen [captain] Marie Jensen [chemist] Dr. Brant Helen Brant [zoologist] Sally Marks [biologist] Frank Marks [navigator]

Comic Story (5 pages) They Come to the Canyon
Synopsis: Mr. Baxter, a circus owner, hires Mr. Hodges, a guide, to find a race of giants. The search is actually part of a giant's nightmare.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Characters: Mr. Baxter Mr. Hodges

Comic Story (1 page) Strange
Synopsis: A man who casts no shadow marries a woman who casts no shadow, then leaves her when he discovers that she also has no mirror reflection.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Horror-suspense

Comic Story (5 pages) Gratitude on a Very Dark Night
Synopsis: Old John Dunn is kind to everyone, even his scarecrow. He withdraws all of his savings to give to his granddaughter for her wedding. A robber who plans to steal it fails when he is terrorized by the scarecrow's shadow -- on a moonless night!
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Horror-suspense
Characters: John Dunn

Comic Story (6 pages) Both of Me in Budapest!
Synopsis: Mad scientist Ivan Kreisler invents a beam that makes a duplicate of himself that he can telepathically direct by staying perfectly immobile. While directing the duplicate to rob a bank, he is struck by a police van driven by a technician who is tracking the telepathic waves.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Horror-suspense Science Fiction
Characters: Ivan Kreisler

Comic Story (1 page) Rendezvous
Synopsis: An automobile makes its rendezvous with a speeding train. The driver is a crash test dummy, demonstrating to the four shadowy figures (and the reader) not to ignore the stop signs at railroad crossings.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Non-fiction Horror-suspense

Comic Story (1 page) The Last Robot
Synopsis: A bald, monocled leader destroys the special investigator robot that was manufactured to destroy all other robots, saving mankind from robotic dominance.
Credits: Script: Paul Newman ? | Pencils: Dick Ayers | Inks: Dick Ayers | Letters: Dick Ayers
Genre: Science Fiction

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