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"Siren of the Space Ark": This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #89.



Appearing in "Siren of the Space Ark"

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Synopsis for "Siren of the Space Ark"

This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #89.

The Electronibrains, mechanical masters of a space ark, give an enslaved woman the power to cause Adam Strange to become her love-slave, so that he will not oppose their takeover attempt on Rann.

Appearing in "The Great Plutonium Plot"

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  • Zandor, the Renegade Scientist (Single appearance)
  • Jarko, the Jovian Space Pirate (Single appearance)
  • Gurph, the Martian Raider (Single appearance)

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  • Teleporter Ray

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Synopsis for "The Great Plutonium Plot"

This story is reprinted from Showcase #15.

A renegade scientist is stealing all the Plutonium in the galaxy. He hopes to rule the Solar System with his "Teleportator," but needs the radioactive chemical to power it. The Space Ranger follows a few space pirates (via an Audium trail - soundwaves) and is able to locate their hideout. As he and his sidekick, Cryll, rocket towards the thieves main ship, they purposely ram into it, creating a hole in their foe's spacecraft. The pirates are knocked cold, and the Space Ranger takes them to jail.

Appearing in "Who Saved the Earth?"

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  • Riffian Aliens
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  • Rick Purvis' Solar Boat

Synopsis for "Who Saved the Earth?"

This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #80.

Each of the Rovers receive a telegram, informing them that they will be presented with awards for saving Earth. Not understanding why they're each getting a space-hero medal, they make a conference call to one another and reminisce over past accomplishments. After comparing stories, each understand how they unintentionally saved the planet, and some days later go to the ceremonies together.

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