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Strange Tales Annual
Strange Tales Annual 2-A
Comic Book by Marvel, Jun 01 1963
Strange Tales Annual 2-A by Marvel
JUN 01 1963
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"On the Trail of the Amazing Spider-Man!" featuring the Human Torch; by Lee and Kirby/Ditko. 18 pages.
"I Was the Invisible Man!" by Kirby/Rule; 7 pages. Reprinted from Strange Tales (1951) #67.
"I Was a Prisoner on the Planet of Plunder!" by Heck; 5 pages. Reprinted from Strange Worlds #2.
"I Am a Robot" by Sinnott; 5 pages (T-80).
The year is 2468, and the first thinking robot has been produced. To test it, the scientist lives with the robot for 6 months and lets it car for his infant son. The robot saves the boy one day from invading aliens, but his actions are mistaken for failure, and the model never goes into mass production. Reprinted from Strange Worlds #1.
"Worlds Within Worlds!"; 4 pages. Reprinted from World of Fantasy #16.
"I Was the Man Who Lived Twice!" by Buscema; 5 pages. Reprinted from Strange Worlds #3.
"I Fly to the Stars!" by Kirby/Rule; 4 pages. Reprinted from Strange Worlds #3.
"Prison 2000 A.D." by Lee and Kirby/Rule; 5 pages. Reprinted from World of Fantasy #16.
"I Am the Scourge of Atlantis!" by Ayers; 5 pages. Reprinted from Strange Worlds #2.
"Nightmare Planet" by Sinnott; 5 pages. Reprinted from World of Fantasy #16.
"I Captured the Abominable Snowman" by Ditko; 6 pages. A man dreams of being the first person to prove the existence of Abominable Snowmen. He journeys to the frozen mountains of Tibet, but gets lost, and happens upon a remote Monastery. He tries to get the Lama to help him in his search, and the Lama refuses. When he threatens violence, the Lama summons the beast, and we find that the existence of the Snowman is a curse passed from one seeker to the next. (T-81). Reprinted from Strange Worlds #1.
Richard "Dick" B. Ayers
Jack Kirby (aka Jack Curtiss, Fred Sande, Charles Nicholas)
Artie "Art" Simek
Invisible Girl / Invisible Woman
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