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Issue Details

Issue #24
Published September 1954
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee

Cover Details - "Who's Who?"

Pencils Harry Anderson
Inks Harry Anderson

4 page story "Wish You Were Here"

Synopsis A man finds a stagecoach that takes him back to the year 1880.
Pencils Manny Banks
Inks Manny Banks

5 page story "Death"

Synopsis A man wants a superstitious peasant girl for his wife, so when her husband is deathly ill, he gets the idea to disguise himself as Death and come during the night to carry off the husband. What he doesn't count on is the woman's fierce will to fight for her husband and she stabs him in the back. When she realizes who he is, the real Death appears and says that though he came for someone else, this one will suffice. Death leaves with the body of the slain man, sparing the woman's husband.
Pencils Myron Fass
Inks Myron Fass

4 page story "The Last Man"

Synopsis A man joins a club with a vampire where the goal is to outlive all other members.
Pencils Ed Moline
Inks Ed Moline

5 page story "Who's Who?"

Synopsis A masterful plastic surgeon is having an affair with his assistant's wife and she thinks her husband will not grant her a divorce so he switches faces with his assistant thinking he can lose his wealth and begin again, but try as he might, he cannot convince the woman that he is not her husband but the man she really loves.
Pencils Robert Sale
Inks Robert Sale

2 page text story "No Human Hand"

Pencils Joe Sinnott
Inks Joe Sinnott
Letters typeset
Notes Text story with illustration.
Reprinted from Mystic (Marvel, 1951 series) #13 (October 1952) [originally titled "Terror on Stage"]

5 page story "Escape"

Synopsis An escaped convict holds up a store for cash and the owner tosses hot pepper into his eyes. Blinded, he grabs a passerby and orders him to drive the getaway vehicle or he'll shoot. The man tells him he can't drive a car, but the crook tells him that tonight he's going to learn. His vision starts to clear and he gets a look at the person he has pressed into driving and sees that he's had the bad luck to grab a blind person off the street just before they go over a cliff.