Alan Class, 1966 Series
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Color:
Color cover; Black and White interior
Dimensions:
Standard Golden Age U. S.
Binding:
Perfect Bound
Publishing Format:
Was Ongoing Series

The Contaminated Spaceman (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Steve Ditko
Inks:
Steve Ditko
Colors:
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Letters:
?

Genre:
science fiction
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Indexer Notes

Cover made up from panels from story "The Contaminated Spaceman".

The Contaminated Spaceman (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Steve Ditko (signed)
Inks:
Steve Ditko (signed)
Letters:
?
Job Number:
7117

Genre:
science fiction
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I Was the Miracle Man (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Al Williamson
Inks:
Al Williamson
Letters:
?
Job Number:
T-122

Genre:
science fiction
Characters:
Bruno Storme; Henry Stubbs
Synopsis:
A brilliant but cruel businessman sets out to conquer an alien world. When he finds one he discovers that the inhabitants are far more mentally advanced then humans, possessing psychic powers. He is little more than an animal to them, and is displayed in a zoo.
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We Are the 3 Who Vanished! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Don Heck
Inks:
Don Heck
Letters:
?

Genre:
science fiction
Synopsis:
Three scientists disappear without a trace, leaving a journal explaining that they were working on a time machine. The police never know what happened, because the time machine succeeded, but transformed the three men into three seventeenth-century scientists thinking about a time machine, unaware of their true identities.
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Don't Send Me...Out There!!! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Carl Burgos
Inks:
Carl Burgos
Letters:
?
Job Number:
T-321

Genre:
science fiction
Synopsis:
A space pilot is terrified of taking another flight but his family is unsympathetic. Their attitude is out of surprise, since a robot has never before been afraid.
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The Bottomless Box (Table of Contents)

comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
?
Inks:
?
Letters:
?
Job Number:
L-125

Genre:
science fiction
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The Metal Men (Table of Contents)

comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Angelo Torres (signed)
Inks:
Angelo Torres (signed)
Letters:
?
Job Number:
J-673

Genre:
science fiction
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The Long Wait (Table of Contents)

comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Bernard Baily
Inks:
Bernard Baily
Letters:
?
Job Number:
J-691

Genre:
science fiction
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I Discovered the Secret of the Flying Saucers! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script:
Stan Lee
Pencils:
Jack Kirby
Inks:
Christopher Rule
Letters:
Art Simek
Job Number:
T-76

Genre:
science fiction
Synopsis:
A man discovers that flying saucers are real, but are not actually ships, but alien beings able to travel through space on their own. They are often forced to crashland on Earth because of local radiation, and leave as quickly as possible.
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Indexer Notes

Original Issue Indexer Notes: This story was first told in Men's Adventures #21 (May 1953) "The Secret of the Flying Saucer" drawn by Fred Kida and retold in Tales of Suspense #11 (Sept 1960) as "I Know the Secret of the Flying Saucer!" drawn by Steve Ditko and in Strange Tales (Marvel, 1951 series) #101 (October 1962) as "The Impossible Spaceship!" drawn by Don Heck. Job number from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo via the Atlas/Timely discussion group. Letterer credit of Art Simek supplied by Tom Orzechowski (3/6/05).

I Couldn't Stop the Runaway Comet! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Steve Ditko (signed)
Inks:
Steve Ditko (signed)
Letters:
?
Job Number:
T-333

Genre:
science fiction
Characters:
Victor Sage
Synopsis:
In the year 2060 a vain elected official feels that the forces of science will be sufficient to deal with the menace of an impending comet but everything they try to either destroy or divert the comet fails. Finally all humanity, including the official, turn to prayer, and the comet is swept aside from its collision course with Earth.
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I Captured the Abominable Snowman! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Steve Ditko
Inks:
Steve Ditko
Letters:
Artie Simek
Job Number:
T-81

Genre:
fantasy-supernatural
Synopsis:
A man lies, cheats and steals to find the abominable snowman, and eventually discovers a lama who knows the secret of the snowman and is forced to summon it. He discovers that the snowman was a greedy man like him, cursed to wear a bestial form until another took his place. He is horrified as the snowman becomes human and he is transformed into a monster.
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Indexer Notes

Original Issue Indexer Notes: This story is retold in Strange Tales (Marvel 1951 series) #72 (December 1959) as "I Am the Abominable Snowman!" drawn by Paul Reinman, and in Tales to Astonish (Marvel, 1959 series) #13 (November 1960) as "I Found the Abominable Snowman!" drawn by Jack Kirby. In each retelling there is a somewhat different mechanism by which the wicked protagonist becomes the snowman.

Job number from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo via the Atlas/Timely discussion group. Letterer credit of Art Simek supplied by Tom Orzechowski (3/6/05).