"The Reprehensible Riddle of the Sorcerer" featuring the Amazing Spider-Man.
An evil mystic decides that, in order for him to be supreme, he must eliminate Spider-Man. He first sends a spell that renders the web-slinger sick before making him face his deadly android. Spider-Man is rescued at the last moment by a twist of fate where the Sorcerer's technology causes his own downfall. 20 pages.
No Title Given featuring the Sub-Mariner (E-430).
Reprinted from Sub-Mariner Comics #34.
Ships and their crews have been disappearing into the ocean, and Namor investigates to find a supernatural mystery and the beautiful woman who is responsible. 6 pages.
"The Return of...the Human Torch" (D-516).
Reprinted from Young Men #25.
A crime wave hits the city, and the Torch and Toro find a criminal mastermind who is giving the Fountain of Youth to the city's elderly in exchange for a career in crime. 8 pages.
"Mercury in the 20th Century"
Reprinted from Red Raven Comics #1.
The Gods are still active in this world, and Pluto disguises himself as a Nazi to stir war among the mortals, but Jupiter sends Mercury to curb Pluto's influence. 8 pages.
Jack Kirby's 1st work for Marvel/Atlas.
"Tournament of Doom!" featuring the Black Knight (G-63) (title from cover of Black Knight #2).
Reprinted from Black Knight (Atlas) #2.
Mordred plots to poison his lance for the tournament and mortally wound King Arthur, but the Black Knight arrives to foil the scheme. 6 pages.
"The Girl Who Was Afraid!" featuring Captain America (E-198).
Reprinted from Men's Adventure #27.
Captain America and Bucky are in Egypt looking for suspected Communist agitators. They find a girl at the palace of their hosts who claims that she is being held against her will by undercover Red agents. Somebody is a rat and Cap must sort it out. 7 pages.