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"The Robot-Wraith of Rann!": This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #88.



Appearing in "The Robot-Wraith of Rann!"

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  • Thanas Pral

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Synopsis for "The Robot-Wraith of Rann!"

This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #88.

In order to make amends for his past crimes, criminal Thanas Pral turns himself into a gaseous form and attempts to do good. But radiation from a metal container, brought from Earth to Rann by Adam Strange, forces him to be evil again.

Appearing in "Beware the Synthetic Men"

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  • Prof. Zackro

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  • The Synthetic Men:
  • Alpha
  • Beta
  • Delta
  • Gamma

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  • Dr. Stanton
  • General Dalton

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Synopsis for "Beware the Synthetic Men"

This story is reprinted from Strange Adventures #17.

The military begin to build a small army of "synthetic men," and five of them go AWOL. Captain Comet hunts them down and finds them devouring "food chemicals" in Utah. When Captain Comet confronts them, he is easily defeated and taken as their prisoner. Bound inside a warehouse, Captain Comet soon makes his escape and traps his foes inside. Acting quickly, he shoves a hose into the warehouse, pumping the place with oxygen. The synthetic men slowly harden, becoming stone statues. Captain Comet has defeated them by deducing that the men breathed pure nitrogen, and the synthetics couldn't survive pure oxygen. The combination of the two elements caused their bodies to form calcium carbonate -- marble.

Appearing in "Journey to 1960"

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  • Prof. Hader

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  • A Time Machine

Synopsis for "Journey to 1960"

This story is reprinted from World's Finest #113.

Tommy Tomorrow travels back in time to catch a crook and gets a little help from a boy named Tommy, who is a younger version of himself.

Appearing in "The Luxury Limousine of Space"

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  • Roger Ames

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  • Bandits

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  • Interplanetary Police
  • Smiling Sam, Used Spaceship Man

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  • Callisto Bank

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Synopsis for "The Luxury Limousine of Space"

This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #45.

As a tip, Space Cabby receives a luxury cab from a jewel tycoon, but he soon realizes that his new oversized vehicle is more trouble than it's worth, as it needs more fuel and two parking spaces. He tries to trade it in for his old cab at a used car lot, but some crooks have already bought it. Later, the Space-Cabby notices the same crooks making a getaway after robbing a bank. He chases them down and sends an SOS to the Interplanetary Police. After the bandits arrest, Space-Cabby is rewarded by getting his old cab back.

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