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"Terror on Terra Obscura": Tom Strong and Tom Strange begin to free the trapped members of SMASH. Tim reveals that The Terror had a contingency plan called Project Omega in the event of his death.
Appearing in "Terror on Terra Obscura"
- Tom Strong
- The Terror, Terror 2000 (First appearance)
- Tom Strange
- Princess Pantha
- The Grim Reaper (First appearance)
- Lance Lewis, Space Detective (First appearance)
- Tim Roland (First appearance)
- Captain/Colonel Future (First appearance)
- American Crusader (First appearance)
- Liberator (First appearance)
- Mystico, the Wonder Man (First appearance)
- Ms. Masque (First appearance)
- Fighting Yank (Dies)
- Fighting Spirit
- Pyroman (First appearance)
- Woman in Red
Synopsis for "Terror on Terra Obscura"
Tom Strong and Tom Strange begin to free the trapped members of SMASH. Tim reveals that The Terror had a contingency plan called Project Omega in the event of his death.
The team descends to Invertica City, where Tim activates the program. Black ball bearings with the Terror's insignia cross laser beams, producing a plasma version of the Terror, which calls itself Terror 2000.
Working together, Strong maneuvers the spheres (Skeletrons) into accessing the alien's machinery. Taking control of the on-board computer, the Terror pilots the ship into the Sun.
Strong departs, leaving the heroes to reclaim their lives.
- The members of SMASH would next appear in Terra Obscura #1.
- Upon entering Benton's secret lab, the Crusader remarks that the technology would put even Captain Future's to shame. He also calls Benton a "psychopath".
- The cover of this issue is an homage to the cover of Justice League_of America #22 which is, itself, a re-working of the original cover to Mystery in Space #18, both of which were illustrated by Murphy Anderson.
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- Tom Strong Vol 1 11
- Tom Strong Vol 1 12
- Terra Obscura Volume 1
- Terra Obscura Volume 2
- Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril Vol 1
- Terra Obscura & Splash Brannigan - a Who's Who type issue covering Terra Obscura characters.
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