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Appearing in "No Place To Hide!"Edit

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Items:

Synopsis for "No Place To Hide!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Treasure"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Tommy
  • Mr. MIller

Synopsis for "The Treasure"Edit

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    Appearing in "There Were Five Frightened Men"Edit

Featured Character:

  • Victor Conrad

Other Characters:

  • Mister Smythe

Locations:

  • A "Remote European Province"

Synopsis for "There Were Five Frightened Men"Edit

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    Appearing in "Conquest!"Edit

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Other Characters:

  • Tommy
  • Shann
  • Andromians (an alien race)

Locations:

  • "A Planet Far Away"
  • Andromia

Synopsis for "Conquest!"Edit

Getting a phone call from Henry Pym to go out on a date, the Wasp has to decline because she is stuck at home babysitting the son of her sick friend. Ending her phone call, young Tommy asks the Wasp to tell him a bed time story.

She tells him a story about a ruler of a distant planet known as Shann, the people of Shann's planet are content and Shann is worried that this will mean that they will take him for granted and not be awed by his presence. He soon comes up with a solution to become exulted by his people again: invade another planet.

He soon preps his people to go to war against the planet Andromina, and has his people build weapons of war and space ships to attack the people. They find the people of Andromina are peaceful farmer folk, and are easily defeated. Shann has his troops destroy their cities and farm lands in the name of conquest until the people of Andromina surrender.

Shortly after their conquest of the planet, Shann is praised as a hero, but soon comes to realize that his decimation of Andromina's means of being self sufficient has forced him to provide to them so that they do not starve. Soon the people of Shann's planet begin having to work to sustain the people of Andromina as well, soon the people of Shann's home world grow to hate him for lowering their quality of life.

Soon, Shann realizes his own vanity has cost him the respect of his people. Finishing her story, the Wasp asks if Tommy like the story, however the boy is more interested in knowing why the Wasp only has her wings when she's wasp-sized only.

NotesEdit

  • As seen on page one, Story One (Giant-Man Adventure) is story #X-610.
  • This issue contains a Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation. On the same page is a cover reproduction advertisement for Fantastic Four #25 as well an advertisement for the new comic series Daredevil #1.


TriviaEdit

  • In this issue, Henry Pym and Janet van Dyne listen to the "Huntley-Brinkley Report", a top rated news program of the day.

See Also


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