Appearing in "The Living Dead-Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Living Dead-Man"Edit

Coffin is a man whose stage coach in the desert is attacked by Indians, resulting in harm to the many aboard. Coffin heads after the Indian tribe and kills them, but the last three capture him and stake him to the ground, where ants ravage his body. He wakes up much later finding his decayed body and seeks revenge on the Indians, killing two of them. The third tells him they had nothing to do with the attack and curses him to live forever in his mutilated form. Coffin is brought to a hospital and while leaving discovers the true culprits, three white men who posed as Indians. Coffin enacts his revenge on them.

Appearing in "Killer Hawk"Edit

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Synopsis for "Killer Hawk"Edit

Killer Hawk is a military officer who rises through the ranks and becomes bodyguard for the President of Mars. In actuality, Hawk is an exterminator robot whose mission is to kill the President and take him place. He does exactly that, but is deemed too powerful and is disposed of by his leaders soon afterwards.

Appearing in "Something Evil Came Out Of The Sea"Edit

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Synopsis for "Something Evil Came Out Of The Sea"Edit

The Cotton Boy of the title is an old slave who brings back to life Captain Blood, the pirate who originally brought him to America. Using Blood's corpse he enacts revenge on various merchants, including one that has already died by giving him life, resulting in him being trapped in a coffin. Cotton Boy has additional plans, but Captain Blood kills him and heads back into the sea.

Appearing in "A Battle Of Bandaged Beasts"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Battle Of Bandaged Beasts"Edit

Arthur Lemming and Jerome Curry in their mummy forms meet and battle it out. Meanwhile the dwarf who stole Lemming's body robs a carriage and takes captive a beautiful woman whom he had met while a dwarf. She incidentally has the amulet which is the key to both mummy's regaining their original bodies. She knocks him out however and escapes.

Appearing in "Foreplay"Edit

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Synopsis for "Foreplay"Edit

Jamaica Jansen puts out a bounty for Archaeus's head. Archaeus, who manages to kill the sixth juror, finds himself on the run and trapped by an expert assassin. Rather than let the assassin win, Archaeus chooses to hang himself, and dies this time for real.


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