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Issue Details

Issue #3
Published September 1956
Frequency bi-monthly
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 36
Editing Stan Lee

Cover Details - "Next Stop ... Eternity!"

Genre horror
Pencils Bill Everett
Inks Bill Everett

4 page story "Next Stop Eternity!"

Synopsis A bus driver drops off two lovers at a station that only the pure of heart can see.
Genre horror
Pencils George Roussos
Inks George Roussos
Reprinted in Giant-Size Chillers (Marvel, 1975 series) #1

4 page story "Good-Bye Forever"

Synopsis A scientist invents a ray that transports him into a peaceful world. He wants to marry the king's daughter but as he is poor, the king refuses. When the ray wears off and he returns to his own world, he acquires weapons as gifts to the king before he returns to the world of peace. He uses the ray again and offers the king the weapons if he agrees his daughter can marry him. The man intended the weapons as aids but the king has dreams of conquest. In order to prevent the corruption of the peaceful world, the man destroys the weapons and flees the wrath of the king, leaving behind his lover forever.
Genre science fiction
Pencils Joe Maneely
Inks Joe Maneely
Reprinted in Chamber of Chills (Marvel, 1972 series) #17 (July 1975)

4 page story "Bedlam"

Synopsis An explorer in South America comes across Martian scientists conducting research and pleads with them to reveal themselves to the world. They say that Earth is not ready to accept their presence, but the explorer attempts to convince them they are wrong by disguising himself as one of them and bringing proof of alien technology. His plan fails, as the humans react badly, and the Martians leave as the explorer's disguise is exposed as a hoax.
Pencils Paul Reinman
Inks Paul Reinman
Colors ? (painted)

4 page story "A World Gone Mad!"

Synopsis A man panics when the house he occupies is inhabited by another and it turns out to be just a Halloween prank by kids switching street signs.
Pencils Jim Mooney
Inks Jim Mooney

2 page text story "The Dreamer"

Characters Harvey Howell; Sam Peaks; Robert Riser
Synopsis A hard-working salesman is whisked all over the world by his dreams, until he disappears forever into heaven.
Genre occult
Letters typeset
Reprinted in Astonishing (Marvel, 1951 series) #62 (June 1967) [as "Super Salesman"]

3 page story "When the Time Comes!"

Synopsis A story about rocket ship pilots going through simulated testing for a moon flight.
Pencils Bill Ely
Inks Bill Ely

4 page story "Behind the Locked Door..."

Synopsis A woman who believes in telepathy is contacted by a man being held hostage by an escaped felon and goes to the police for help. They dismiss her story at first, but when she points to the wanted poster and says that is the man who opened the door at the address I visited, they visit the residence, apprehend the felon, and release the victim.
Pencils Howard O'Donnell
Inks Howard O'Donnell