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Quote1.png Fork over that magic ring! C'mon, give it to me -- or I'll give you somethin' -- out of this gun! Quote2.png
-- Joe Morgan



Appearing in "Simon's Stooge"

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Appearing in "Who Lurks There"

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Appearing in "The Empty Chair"

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Appearing in "The Frightened Man"

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Appearing in "The Last of Professor Hogarth"

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Appearing in "You Can't Find Me"

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  • Joe Morgan

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  • Groff

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Synopsis for "You Can't Find Me"

A convict named Joe Morgan escapes from prison and runs deep into the woods. He suddenly sees a brilliant flash of light, and from it, steps a well-dressed man. The man introduces himself as Groff, and says that he comes from the future. He owns a special ring, that he claims grants him the ability to travel through time. Morgan pulls a gun on Groff and forces him to surrender the ring to him. He then uses the ring to travel to Groff's native time period, satisfied that he has permanently escaped justice. When he arrives in the future, he discovers that Groff himself was a criminal from Uranus, who used the ring to escape justice by traveling backwards into the past. The Uranian authorities capture Morgan and, believing him to be Groff in disguise, send him to prison.

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  • Stan Lee is generally recognized for writing the bulk of the issues of Strange Tales during the 1950s, but he is not credited in this issue.

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