"The Coming of Captain Marvel"
A Kree spaceship approaches Earth on a sabotage mission in retaliation for the destruction of a Kree Sentry at the hands of the Fantastic Four. In command is the cruel and jealous Col. Yon-Rogg and his crew, which includes Captain Mar-Vell and his love, medic Una. Yon-Rogg has arranged what amounts to a suicide mission for the Captain to remove him so that Yon-Rogg can capture the heart of Una. 15 pages.
1st app. of Mar-Vell, Una and Yon-Rogg.
No Title Given featuring the Human Torch (E-241).
Reprinted from Men's Adventure #27.
The Human Torch and Toro are asked to help a friend's son who has gotten mixed up with the wrong element, and end up in battle with high-tech underworld boss, the Jet. 8 pages.
"The Beachhead Blitz" featuring The Destroyer.
Reprinted from All-Winners Comics #12.
The Allies give the Destroyer secret plans for new offensive to courier to the French Underground. He leaves a deliberate trail, and is soon caught. The Nazis prepare themselves, unaware that the plan is hoax, designed to divert their attention to the real attack. 7 pages.
"Kill Captain America!" (E-374).
Reprinted from Men's Adventures #28.
Spies all over the world are given the new assignment: stop all other activity and kill Captain America. While in Japan, Cap and Bucky are captured, and the spies get their chance. 7 pages.
"The Abduction of King Arthur!" featuring the Black Knight (F-900) (title taken from cover of Black Knight #1).
Reprinted from Black Knight (Atlas) #1.
King Arthur has vanished overnight, kidnapped. Without missing a beat, Mordred claims control in Arthur's absence. Merlin peers into his all-seeing globe to reveal that it is Mordred himself who is guilty. Merlin bequeaths the mystic Ebony Blade to the Black Knight, who goes on to free Arthur. 8 pages.
"The Sub-Mariner Strikes!" (F-571).
Reprinted from Sub-Mariner Comics #38.
Namor, once invincible, has slowly lost his strength, until he is only slightly more powerful than an average man. Emperor Tha-Korr has a machine, the Rejuvinator, which will restore Namor's former power. Byrrah tries in vain to stop it. Namor's strength is back, and he has developed the power of flight by growing wings on his ankles (Note: this story is an alternate version to that told, oddly enough, in the same issue in "Wings on his Feet"). The catch is that the Emperor wants Namor to resume his war against the surface world. Namor has split allegiances now, and hesitates until he gets an example of man's selfishness, and so resumes his crusade against the surface world. 8 pages.