This new terror-tale anthology pays homage to its namesake by reprinting FOUR of the five stories that first appeared in UNCANNY TALES #9 (June 1953). (Left on the cutting room floor was "The Executioner," illustrated by Myron Fass.)
Synopsis: Cold War-era political intrigue in Africa. Gulov outlines his ambitious plan: "We shall fly these numskulls to Indo-China, indoctrinate them in terrorist propaganda and teach them to burn and harrass plantations in all the Allied colonies." Ah but you know what they say about the best laid plans of mice and men . . .
Notes: NOTE: The word "terrorist" on Page 2, panel 1 has obviously been relettered (possibly from "Communist"?).
Synopsis: Opening caption: "People said Jonas was a queer duck just because he liked clocks... but then isn't time important to everyone? Well, it was especially important to Jonas because HIS time was running out!"
Notes: A five-page story that might now be labeled "steampunk."