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Issue Details

Issue #116
Published July 1953
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee
Notes Index revised with information from Saltarella via the GCD Error Tracker and

Cover Details - "Werewolf by Night!"

Pencils Joe Maneely (signed)
Inks Joe Maneely (signed)

6 page story "Won't You Step Into My Parlor?"

Pencils Joe Sinnott
Inks Joe Sinnott
Notes The same story as the first story in Journey Into Mystery #80

5 page story "Werewolf by Night!"

Synopsis A young man becomes forced into being an accomplice for a werewolf when he commits robberies for his lady love and leaves the victims for the werewolf. It turns out the girl is a werewolf too, the daughter of the elderly werewolf.
Pencils Jack Abel ?
Inks Jack Abel

2 page text story "The Starmen"

Letters typeset
Reprinted from Space Squadron (Marvel, 1951 series) #2 (August 1951) [originally titled "Capt. Jet Dixon and the Space Squadron Battle the Fiends with Four Arms"]

1 page promo (ad from the publisher)

Notes Advertises Menace (Marvel, 1953 series) #3 (May 1953).

4 page story "The Final Payment!"

Synopsis A miser is beheaded in an auto accident and can't understand why people flee at the sight of him.
Pencils Al Eadeh
Inks Al Eadeh

5 page story "When Billy Says Bang!"

Synopsis A doctor discovers a young boy who has the ability to kill people by pointing his finger and saying 'bang' so he decides to use the child to eliminate his rivals. The doctor keeps rewarding Billy with peppermint sticks for each killing, but when the doctor takes Billy to a funeral to eliminate a large group at once, Billy points his finger at him and says 'bang'. When the commotion attracts a passerby he asks Billy what is the situation with the dead man beside him and Billy says "He was a bad man. He gave me too much peppermint sticks and now I have a stomachache!"
Pencils Tony DiPreta
Inks Tony DiPreta

2 page story "Not Wanted!"

Synopsis A talent agent doesn't even bother to look at the person who walks in his door and auditions. He is unimpressed, and the talking and singing dog walks out of the office.
Pencils Sam Kweskin
Inks Sam Kweskin