- Gerry Conway (script); Roy Thomas (plot and concept)
- Howard Chaykin; ? (alterations)
- Frank Chiaramonte; ? (alterations)
- John Constanza; ? (alterations)
- Marv Wolfman; Roy Thomas
- science fiction
- Apeslayer; the General Raker; Dr. Ann Carver; Maureen Dozer (Apeslayer's mother); Johnathan Dozer (young Apeslayer)
- General Raker continues Apeslayer's origin story, telling how his men killed Apeslayer's mother and Dr. Carver, and took their children as slaves. Young Dozer grew up and was made a gladiator; his fighting skills earned him the name Apeslayer; eventually he becomes a fugitive and rebel.
Reprinted with omissions and alterations. Originally a Killraven story. Art alterations: Ape heads drawn onto Martian bodies and Killraven costume modifications. Takes inspiration from H. G. Well's novel "The War of the Worlds." This storyline spans issues 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30.
Page 1 is a new page made up of 3 panels from the previous issue (partial panel from page 1 splash, panel 1 from page 6 and partial panel from page 1, panel 6.
Pages 2-8 of reprint comprised of Pages 14-20 of original.
Letters from: Steve Rodgers (33 Hillborough Road, Luton, Beds); Paul Rodriguez (21 Mellbury Ave., Parkstone, Poole, Dorset); Coling McLean (40 Brandon Parade, Belfast, N. Ireland)