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Issue Details

Issue #55
Published March 1957
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee

Cover Details - "It's The 'Glacier-Man!' He's Alive!"

Pencils Bill Everett
Inks Bill Everett

4 page story "Menace of the Humanoids"

Synopsis An engineer building the first satellite finds himself attacked by thugs in humanoid costumes.
Genre science fiction
Pencils Don Heck (signed)
Inks Don Heck (signed)

4 page story "King of the Glacier Men"

Synopsis A European dictator is exiled to the North where he becomes king of the glacier men.
Genre fantasy
Pencils Al Williamson
Inks Ralph Mayo
Reprinted in Where Monsters Dwell (Marvel, 1970 series) #38 (October 1975)

4 page story "The Men in the Mole!"

Synopsis Three men in a mole-like drilling device find a world underground populated by sorcerers.
Genre science fiction
Pencils John Forte (signed)
Inks John Forte (signed)
Notes Forte credit by Michael J. Vassallo , 2002-12-03 (Per Sandell ed.) Plot elements in common with At the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Chicago, 1914).

4 page story "The Ghost Wore Armor"

Synopsis An explorer looks to steal golden armor from the natives.
Genre fantasy
Pencils Bob Forgione
Inks Jack Abel
Notes Art credit from Tom Lammers via the Timely-Atlas Group ( April 2010.

2 page text story "Lost in Time"

Synopsis A painting of a Napoleonic victory parade is mysteriously linked to an eccentric inhabitant of modern Paris.
Genre occult
Letters typeset
Notes Text story with illustrations.
Reprinted from Astonishing (Marvel, 1951 series) #39 (June 1955) [originally titled "The Stranger"]

3 page story "Shangri-La"

Synopsis A man makes it back from Shangri-La only to be informed that the man he spoke with, whom he takes to be mad, actually left for the valley four hundred years ago.
Genre fantasy
Pencils Bill Everett
Inks Bill Everett
Notes Features the hidden Tibetan land of Shangri-La from Lost Horizon by James Hilton (London, 1933).
Reprinted in Monsters on the Prowl (Marvel, 1971 series) #24 (August 1973)

4 page story "The Puppets of Pierre Garou"

Synopsis A puppeteer shrinks people who try to rob him and uses them in his show.
Genre fantasy
Pencils Reed Crandall
Inks Reed Crandall