- Stare deep into my eyes, evil one -- and we will walk into the valley of death together!
- -- Spectre
Appearing in "The Wrath of... the Spectre"Edit
- Pete (Only appearance; dies)
- Highway 21
Synopsis for "The Wrath of... the Spectre"Edit
An armored car robbery results in four guards dead and three crooks escaping. Lt. Corrigan from homicide is put on the case. He follows a lead to an antiques dealer who happens to be part of the heist gang. When Corrigan confronts him, the thug panics and pulls a gun. He then flees his shop, taking the money. As he drives off, Spectre follows him. The thief pulls over and calls his buddy from a pay phone, confessing he's scared because a "spook" is after him. After the call, he jumps in his car again. Moments later, the Spectre appears, larger than life, causing the driver to go off the road and plunge over a cliff. One down, two to go.
The Spectre visits the next thug in his hideout. This time a machine gun his pulled on him, but Spectre only melts it away, along with the man's arms... and slowly the rest of him, until he is only a bubbling flesh form on the floor.
The third convict believes he is safe on a plane to South America, however, Spectre boards, and flips out the lights. When the lights finally come on again, the passengers gasp at the sight of a skeleton crumbling in the aisle.
The three murdering thugs have all perished by the wrath of the Spectre.
Appearing in "Is a Snerl Human?"Edit
- Tarsus (Single appearance)
- Fex (Single appearance)
- Mr. Jonas (Single appearance)
- Winga (Single appearance)
- Planet Teyton
Synopsis for "Is a Snerl Human?"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Russell Carley is credited with "art continuity."
- "The Wrath of... the Spectre" is reprinted in Wrath of the Spectre #1.
- In the Spectre story, a crook is reading a paper, behind him is a poster of Swamp Thing #5.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks