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Issue Details

Issue #49
Published November 1956
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee

Cover Details - "Four Frightened People!"

Pencils Sol Brodsky
Inks Sol Brodsky

4 page story "Footprints To Nowhere"

Synopsis A man jealous that he won't get the credit for discovering the missing link takes some dynamite to blow it up, but all he succeeds in doing is releasing it and it attacks him.
Pencils Vic Carrabotta
Inks Vic Carrabotta

4 page story "The Man With No Face"

Synopsis A rich man becomes annoyed when he sees a junk dealer's horse and wagon move in next to him. The end of the story reveals that the neighbor is an earlier version of himself. His success had poisoned the compassion that he used to feel for people, but now that he has faced what he has become, he resolves to turn over a new leaf.
Pencils Gene Colan

4 page story "The Lifeless One"

Synopsis An ugly man pours his heart out to a store mannequin who turns out to be an alien spy. She takes him to her world and they live happily ever after.
Pencils Howard O'Donnell
Inks Howard O'Donnell

3 page story "The Man In the Satellite"

Synopsis A convict who hides in a satellite stays in orbit for fifty years.
Pencils Joe Orlando
Inks Joe Orlando

4 page story "Four Frightened People"

Pencils George Roussos
Inks George Roussos
Notes "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" without Santa Claus.

2 page text story "Doubting Thomas"

Characters Tommy; Kitty Blake; Old King Cole
Synopsis A man with no imagination is invited to a costume party by his girlfriend, but stumbles across real fairy-tale folk instead.
Genre occult
Reprinted from Journey Into Unknown Worlds (Marvel, 1951 series) #38 (October 1955) [originally titled "Masquerade"]

4 page story "I Follow Him"

Synopsis A mind reader encounters a disguised alien who comes from a planet rich with gold and diamonds and he decides to blackmail treasure out of him or he'll expose him, however, the aliens easily apprehend him because they all read minds.
Pencils Ed Winiarski
Inks Ed Winiarski