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Issue Details

Issue #59
Published July 1957
Frequency bi-monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee
Notes Contents from

Cover Details - "Dreadful Disc!"

Pencils Bill Everett
Letters typeset

4 page story "The Dreadful Disc!"

Synopsis A thief uses a disc that reduces his height to ten inches so his pursuer catches him with a mousetrap.
Pencils John Forte
Inks John Forte

4 page story "I Wake Up Screaming"

Synopsis When a criminal attempts to start over as an amnesia victim by altering his looks and using hypnosis to implant a mental block, the doctors trip him up by creating a fantasy wherein he must save the person he cares most about and he screams out his own name.
Pencils Richard Doxsee
Inks Richard Doxsee
Notes Art credit from Tom Lammers via the Timely-Atlas Group ( April 2010.

4 page story "Shock at Seven O'Clock"

Synopsis The ten year anniversary of a pirate attack signals doom for the pirate captain and his crew as the ghosts from an old victim catch up with them.
Pencils Ted Galindo

4 page story "The Strange Warning!"

Synopsis A businessman has a premonition about a plane going down that saves his life.
Pencils Ruben Moreira
Inks Ruben Moreira
Notes Art credit from Tom Lammers via the Timely-Atlas Group ( April 2010.

2 page text story "Out of this World"

Characters Tommy Pidgeon; Goober Jones; Rosie; Uncle Pete
Synopsis Tommy's uncle returns from a space journey needing to re-learn how to walk on earth instead of floating.
Genre science fiction
Letters typeset
Reprinted from Uncanny Tales (Marvel, 1952 series) #46 (August 1957) [originally titled "Mystery Trip"]

3 page story "A Shaggy Wolf Tale!"

Synopsis Atomic radiated wolves gain mental telepathy and request that humans cease killing animals for their pelts. In exchange, they give humans the gift of growing long coats.
Pencils Al Williamson

4 page story "The Man Who Lived Twice!"

Synopsis A scientist creates a device that will teleport those who enter it to another location with amnesia. He offers his services to a prison warden. A convict decides to use it for two weeks to get out of the stir. He doesn't want to have amnesia for any more than two weeks because his partner in crime is on the outside with his share of the job money. He meets his partner in crime with amnesia and becomes friendly with him and robs him of the job money. When the two weeks are up, the machine pulls him back through space, causing the job money to be lost in a river. When he serves the rest of his time and gets out, his partner tells him that he was robbed by a man with amnesia and doesn't have the money.
Pencils Al Eadah