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"The Death of the Six-Sided Sun": When the city is menaced by a monster from another dimension, Prince Ra-Man arrives on the scene to combat it. The monster, Gorgak the Forerunner, proves himself to be more powerful than Ra-Man, due to an unexplained weakness of the Mind-Master.


Quote1 My thoughts are a world away... Back in Ra! When will the fates call me there again? Quote2
-- Prince Ra-Man



Appearing in "The Death of the Six-Sided Sun"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Gorgak the Forerunner and his race of inter-dimensional conquerors (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • The sorcerer Kranak and his daughter Rimah

Locations:

  • Mystery Hill Mansion

Items:


Vehicles:

  • Elsa's Convertible
  • Police Squad Car

Synopsis for "The Death of the Six-Sided Sun"

When the city is menaced by a monster from another dimension, Prince Ra-Man arrives on the scene to combat it. The monster, Gorgak the Forerunner, proves himself to be more powerful than Ra-Man, due to an unexplained weakness of the Mind-Master. Ra-Man returns to the lost world of Ra to discover the reason behind his weakened powers. Kranak and Rimah explain that the six-sided sun from which Ra-Man draws his power has been weakening due to a force from beyond their dimension. Kranak gives Ra-Man additional powers, then sends him into the alternate dimension.

Ra-Man arrives in the alien dimension, where he discovers Gorgak's people. They are siphoning off the powers of the six-sided sun for their own evil purposes. With his new powers Ra-Man defeats them and destroys their machines. Ra-Man then returns to Earth where Gorgak exhausts his remaining powers and becomes stranded between dimensions.

Appearing in "The Giant Eclipso!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Previous Eclipso Next
  • Big Boy (a giant Eclipso duplicate) (Single appearance)
  • Three Mutant Giants (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Island Inhabitants

Locations:

  • An Airfield
  • South Atlantic Island

Items:


Vehicles:

  • Bruce Gordon's Convertible
  • Passenger Plane

Synopsis for "The Giant Eclipso!"

When Eclipso is released from Bruce Gordon, he flees aboard an airplane for an unknown location. To track Eclipso, Bruce creates an artificial Eclipso giant under his control. The giant leads Bruce to Eclipso, but soon falls under control of his enemy. The giant and Eclipso then release three mutant giants and threaten a nearby town. Bruce manages to turn the mutants against the Eclipso giant. While the giants are engaged in a fight amongst themselves, Bruce uses a light grenade to banish Eclipso. The mutants and the giant Eclipso all fall into the ocean where they are lost forever.

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