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Mystery Tales (1952) 25-A

Comic Book by Atlas, Jan 1955

     
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Number:25
Variant:A
Printing:1st
Cover Price:$.10
Publish Date:JAN 1955
Publishers 
Atlas
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Mystery Tales (1952) 25-A by Atlas
Mystery Tales (1952) 25-A by Atlas
Item Bio
"The Polka-Dot Man".
A plague has struck which instantly covers anyone who comes into contact with it with polka-dots. A man seeking the cure meets a stranger covered in stripes who tells of an alien plot to divide the Earth into two armies in quest for domination, a war that will divide families in two, as the man later learns. 5 pages.
Reprinted in Beware #6, retitled "The Deadly Plague!".

"The Treasure!"
2 pages, text only.

"Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall!"
Reprinted from Mystery Tales #25.
A man robs a pawnbroker, who tells him a mirror with black paint over it is the most valuable thing in the shop. The robber kills the shopkeeper, but is skeptical about the mirror. Later, he removes the paint to see that it is not a mirror, but a window to another world, and staring back at him is the shopkeeper, alive and seeking revenge. 4 pages.
Reprinted in Beware #6.

"Hate"
5 pages. Reprinted in Crypt of Shadows #13.

"The Time is Now"
4 pages.

"Werewolf Beware"
In a small Bavarian village, Hugo lives with the curse of the werewolf upon him, and that is nearly unbearable. What will happen now that he has fallen in love? The man-beast does the unthinkable to protect the woman he loves. 5 pages. Reprinted in Dead of Night #4.
Don Heck's first work at Atlas.
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