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COME.THIS STRANGE TALE OF PIRACY ANP A PEAPLY CURSE f WATCH BILL MATTHEWS LEARN THE REAL 
AIYP THRILLING STORY OF- 





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THE HOSPITAL 
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MESTHEY CALLED 
ME PI5TURBED, 
AND5U&&ESTEP 
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SUPPOSING WE 
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YOUTH OR EAELY 
LIFE! JUST TELL 
ME WHAT LEP TO 
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CONDITION -TO 
THESE ''DELUSIONS 
THE HOSPITAL SAYS 

YOU'RE 
SUFFERING 
FROM 



, I'LL START AT 
THE BEGINNING 
■-AT LEAST, WHAT 
I THINK IS THE 
BEGINNING 1 . 



'J WAS IN 

BUSINESS 
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THE MARINE SALVAGE 
BEFORE THE WAR-AHV 
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PRACTICALLY 
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Bar soon i learned something else-how to be a 

50LP1ER ANP FtOMT FORMY LIFE! IF IT WAS ACTION I \ A 
WA S LOOKING FOR. WE 5EC0NP WORLD WAR SURE 
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TsM WHAT 612 EVERYWHERE WERE POWS -TALKING) 
**[ —PLANNING WHAT WE WOULPPO WHEN 
HOSTILITIES CEASEPfMYEOPPY WAS SRE6 
ANPERSOtt- 

LET ME COME IN 
WITHYOU.BILL'.IVE 
GOT THE MONEY MY 
UNCLE LEFT ME! 
WE COULP SWING 
IT BETWEEN U9-J 
ANP YOU COULD 
TEACH ME EVERY- 
THING I KEEP TO/ 
KNOW— 



_ KNOW ALL ABOUT SALVAGE 
ANP SHIPS, ANP I'VE 5AVEP SOME 
J POUGH! I'M GOING TO GO INTO 
SOMETHING THAT HAS APVENTURE 
IN IT- ANP A CHANCE TO CLEAN 
UP Sie.'HUWT SUNKEN 
TREA$URE,lRbV5 WHAT I'M 
GONNA PO— BUT I HAVEN'T 
GOT <?OiTE Fl IIWI — r 
ENOUGH 
CAPITAL 
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WHY PlPN'T I STOP/YOU'RE EXC1TIN6 
HIM RIGHT THERE < YOURSELF TOO 
ANP THEN? WHYP MUCH, MR. MATTHEWS 
I LET THAT POOR /SUPPOSE YOU 50 
GUY COME IN- /HOME, ANP RELAX' 
ANP OPEN THE A, YOU CAM CONTINUE 
WAY FOR WHAT *~\ YOUR STORY 
HAPPENED TO HIM? TOMORROW, 
OH,l7 WAS MY FAULT, J WHEN YOU'RE 
MINE -/MW£/ r? CALMER! 



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WHERE WAS I? -OH, YES -I 
TOOK POOR GREG'S MONEY, 
APPEP IT TO MINE ANP WE HAP 
ENOUGH FOR THE POWN PAYMENT 
ON THE DAVY JONES, A FAST, 
MOPERN TREASURE-HUNTER". 
SHE'P BEENOWNEP BY LEO 
GRIMES, A VETERAN OF 
YEARS IN THE 
BUSINESS 




WELL, 5 HE'S YOURS NOW! \ WHY J 
THERE'S A PRETTY FAIR /WQULP 
LIVING IN THIS SUNKEN ^WE WANTJ 
TREA5QRE RACKET, SUT ^ TO VO 4 
IT'S HARP W0RK,5OME- ) THAT, 
TIMES PANGEROUS! -<[gR)ME5?( 
IUU5TFELTIOUGHTA 
WARN YOU WHILE 
THERE'S STILL TIME 
TO BACK OUT 



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OH, I PUN NO -TROUBLE WITH, 
MOST FELLAS WHO GO INTO 
THIS LINE IS THEY THINK THEY 
CAN WALTZ RIGHT IN ANP 
COME UP WITH THAT RICH 
OLD PILE OF SWAG CALLEP J 
THE GOL&EfiJ 



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'OWt'.THE WAY IT WAS TOLP TOME, THE OLD 
YAM 5TARTEP BACK IN THE YEAR I65T IN 
THE SPANISH MAIN, ABOARP THE SHIP 
MERMA \Q —CAP'N JOHN PUFRESNE 
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HEAR ME, MEN! 

r OUR MISERLY OWNERS 

"SEND U5 OUT TO PLY THE 

5EA5WITH WRETCHEPFO0P, 

AT MISERABLE WAGES', WHAT 

i HAVE WE TO LOOK FORWARP j 

TO BUT AN OLP AGE OF -M 

POVERTY? BUT ONE THING'S 

IN OUR FAVOR— THE 

MERMAtP IS A WELL- 

FOUNP VESSEL, 

5TRONGLY-ARMEP 

ANP 5PEEPY! 



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ffNP SO THE MERMAtO BECAME ONE Of WE 
CRUEiE5T,M0ST NOTORIOUS PIRATES OF THE 
SPANISH MAIN" 




I— I CAN'T 
GO OH! 
DUFRESNE'5, 
FACE- IT 
HAUNTS ME, 
HAUNTS 



BUT WHY SHOULP 
THE FACE OF A MAM 
PEAP FOR THREE 
CENTURIES CAUSE 
VOU 5UCH AGITATION? 
NEVER MINP, THOUGH 
—THAT'LL BE ALL 
FOR TOPAV'SO HOME 
ANP REST, WHY 
DON'T VOU? 

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&UT THERE WASN'T AM RELAXATION 
FDR BILL MATTHEWS —SOMETHING 

WAS GNAWING AT HIM, TQRTURIN5 
W/ai J AT HIS NEXT SESSION'" 






It was a haho,hanq- 

SHIP WAS TAKEN-- i 



TO-HANP BATTLE ■ -BUT FINALLY WE 



IT'S THE GREATEST 
TREASURE HAUL IN 
HISTORY, CAP'N — 
THOSE CHESTS ARE 
LOAPEPWITH &OLP!-' 
WHAT PO YOU WANT 
POME WITH THE CREW 
ANPPA55ENGERS? 





IT WAS Wen TMAT THE CURSE CAME TO PASS—A 
CURSE OBSTimD TO LIVE THROU&H WE CEHTUmES- 




IT WA5 A PEV1LISH TRACE 
-■■THE TREASURE TROVE FOR 
OUR LIVE5!MAY NEITHER UOY 
NOR 600P FORTUNE EVER 
COME TO THEM FROM IT'. 
MAY IT ALWAYS PROVE A 
50LPEN QOQM,BZ\m- 
ING TRAGEPYlO 
WHOMEVER TRIES TO 
GAIN IT! 



The corse seemed to work from the start.' for the 

heav1ly-lapen mermato.rtping low in the water, 
ran headlong into a terrific storm— *r .... ,.„. : 



In -we hqldjhe hubs treasure chests were 
flung a5a/a/st the s/pes of the ship-alreapv a 
weakened from the cannonade' 




THE SHIP'5 
SPRUNG A 

LEAK IN HER 
HOLP,CAP'N'. 
WE'VE GOT 
TO- 



Lower and lowbr rope the 
faermaipas they header 
for their island harbor! 
aw the crew's panic grew, 
"throw the gold over and 
save us!" they begged, 
but instead- 




YOU PARE 
TELL ME 
(VHAT TO 

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HMMM-ICAN 5EEj 
NOW WHY YOU'VE 
BEEN SO PtSTURBEP,, 
wrm ALL THESE 
VISIONS OF VIOLENCE 
PREYING ON YOUR 
MINE?! HAPNfT YOU 
SETTER CALL IT 
A PAY? 



WO -LET ME— LET ME GET 
IT ALL OFF MY CHEST'JUSTA; 
FEW PIRATES SURVIVEP- 
ENOUGH TO SPREAP THE LEGEND 
OF THE GOLDEN DOOM- 
THE TREASURE THAT LAV 
BENEATH THE SURFACE, 
AWAITING ANYONE WHO 
PAP.EPTRYFORIT1 



\ftNDOVER THE CENTURIES.MAHY TREASURE-HUNTERS 
MAPS THEIR TRIES— ALL OF WHICH BROUGHT TRAGEDY!} 
\QNEOF THEM WAS PESTROYEP BfA SUDPEN STQm 
(M5T ABOVE THE LOCATION OF WE HOARP-- ,.,,,„*,.-,■. 



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DOOM* 50 DID OTHERS— , ■ J - ,„., ( ° : 




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i>J I'M SURPRISED 
AT YOU, MR. MATTHEWS 
— A MAN OFEPUCATION 
ANP INTELLIGENCE, 
BEING TAKEN IN BY 
THESE LE&ENDS— 
AMP BECOMING 
EMOTIONALLY 
PlSTURBEP ABOUT 
THEM! 



PQCTHEV AREN'T WHAT 
PlSTURBEP ME! IT'S WHAT 
I SAW ANP LIVEP THROUGH 
MYSELF? IT'S WHAT 
HAPPENED TO ME---ANP 
HEAVEN HELP ME, WHAT 
I BROUGHT UPON 
MYFMEN0GREG! 



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75a£« Y©W?5 ,450, THERE WAS WE TREASURE-HUNTER 
S.S-EUREKAiSHE HAP RAPID AMP IT WAS A FAIR 
PAY— BUT THIS15ALL THEY FOUNPOF HER— 




' PIPN'T BELIEVE TH05E STORIES ABOUT THE 
\ GOLOEN DOOM FOR ONE SECONPf WE HAP 

COURAGE, MOPERN apU/PMENT— WE KNEW 
\ APPROXIMATELY WHERE. WE MERMAID, 

HAD BONE DOWN- 



ACC0RPIN6 TO MY 
CALCULATIONS, WE'RE 
IN THE RIGHT 
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KERAPLEX wot applied. 



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UNDERWOOD LA&ORATQRIIS, Int., BeptJ 243 | 
JIRATfOUD, CONN. 

Yeil I want to try Keraple* ON APPROVAL: Send ] 
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There was the paw uqnes, at anchor nearby--- ■ 
and lit by a shimmewng,my£te1?i0us glow-as if trf 
&qlpen poom itself was settling its baleful 
influehcb over it! 



WHAT'5 CAU51N5 1T. . 
—IT'S SCAR£V.'M-MAYBE 
WE'RE BEING WASZNEP 
ABOUT SOMETHING 




fiO, 1 WASN'T BQim TO &E SCAREP—NOT WHEN I 
SJEUEEPSO SURELY THAT THE HUBS TREASURE MS A 
NEAR! HEKT MORNING- 




TH15PIVING BELL'S 
ASREATTHINS FOR 

TREASURE-HUNTING, 
BILL! WE 50 POWN 
IN 1T.VEKIFVTHE 
EXACT LOCATION 
OF THE HULK ARC> 
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CONDITIO NS. 

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There it was in the skies above 
us — the strangest, most sinister 
clouo formation 'ever 'seen! it 
was fashions? of mist, but 'it was 



■ --AND CAME TO REST PIRECTLY 
ABOVE WE WRECKAGE OF WE 
OLP MERMAIP.' , 



—THE 
ME&MAIP 
HERSELF,' 

I— I PONT 
GET IT! 




J THAT THING-IT ' W I NOT A CHANCE-WE'VE 

WAS GUARDING TH E k^GOT PROTECTION A6AI NST, 

TREASURE! MO WONPEE *T ANYTHING OF THAT SOET'THE 
THEV CALL IT THE GOLDEN^— i IN51PE OF THIS CHAMBER 
DOOM— FECAU5E iVFWE / 15 INSULATE? -BUT WATCH 
[TOOMEP! THE SPHERE'S ,-^V WHAT HAPPEH5 
BEI NG CRUSHED! Jt^gK OUTSI DB ' 




VESPBtATSLV,! ISAPSP JO 0NE>1PE—8UT SOtof ;«//VG 
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NOW, NOW, A1R. MATTHEWS, \ /"BUT I CAN'T 
THAT'S ENOUGH! I THINK J/ STOP* I-IVE, 

SOT TO TELL 
YOU THE I?E5T 
NOW! 



YOU'yE HftP PLENTY FOR 
THIS TIME! 





NEXT MOMENT,tT MS ALMOST, AS IF THEY'D OOzEP 
THR0U5H THE WALLB-FOR THEY WERE ttiStDS TUB 
P1VING BELL - ATTACKING f T%mmm?'\ jm^ . 




I WAS WEAKJNA PAHIC-HOWCOULP L PEFEHP MYSELF? 
I PiCKWUP WE FIRST THING AT HANPAHPMMLEP/T 
AT CAPTAIN PUFRESNE- 



J]NP THE NEXT THINS I REMEMBER, I WAS BACK ON 
THE PSCK OF THE &AVY **QN£SSAFE> 



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TAKE A 




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DOOM WAG JUST LEGEND—ANP SHOT 
fifi?OJ5H -WITH SUPERSTITION, THE WAY 
A105T LEGENP5 ARE '.MERE IGNORANT 
NONSENSE! NOW, AS FAR AS YOUR OWN 
^EXPERIENCES WENT 
LET ME TRY TO 
REVIEW THEM 

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^ LET'S COMSIPSR THAT WEIRP GLOW THAT 
EWELOFEP YOUR TREASURE- HUNTING SHIP DAW 
dONES WHEN IT WA5 OVER THE POSITION OF THE 
SUNKEN MERMAID! 'IT'S NOT A BIT EXTRAORDINARy! 
UU5T PHOSPHORESCENT PLANKTON BLOWN BY THE 
WIMP ANP CLINGING TO YOUR BOAT THAT'S ALL'- NOW ' 
THE CLOUP FORMATION IN THE SHAPE OF THE PIRATE 
SHIP— CONFESS, HAVEN'T YOU OFTEN SEEN 
CLOUI7S THAT SEEM TO 
TAKE PRACTICALLY 
NfW BVEfW FORM? Jf£ 




NOW LET'S TAKE THAT OCTOPUS! THEY'RE KNOWN 
TO FREQUENT THE LOCATIONS OFOLP WRECKS— ANP 
TO ATTACK ANYTHING INVADING THEIR POMAIN! ANP 
THAT BUSINESS OF THE MERMA1P WHICH 5EE.MEP TO 
ATTACK VOU— YOU ALREAPV FIGUREPOUT FOR YOUR- 
SELF THAT IT WA5 ONLY THE SHIP'S FALLING 
F1GUREHEAP,PIST0RTEP BY THE 
MOTION OF THE WAVES.' 



NEXT COMES THAT BUSINESS OF THE HOLLOW 
LAUGHTER, ANP AN ATTACK YOU SAY WAS MADE 
ON YOU BY PIRATES WHO'VE BEEN PEAP FOR 
THREE CENTURIES ! WHY.MAN VOU WERE 
INJURE?- IN A 5TATE OF SHOCK .'ANP 
WITH ALL THE LEGENPS YOU'P SOAKF.P 
UP, DELUSIONS LIKE THAT WERE 
NATURAL, BUT THERE WAS 
NOTHING TO THEM? 





WJATRIoT 



ANP JU5T REMEMBER THAT YOU 
DIPN'T FAIL! YOU WENT TREASURE 
HUNT! MS ANP YOU SUCCEEPEP, 
BECAUSE YOU BROUGHT BACK 
THE GREATEST TREASURE 

OF ALL-- 

YOUR II GUESS YOU'RE RIGHT 

UFE t /ABOUT Ttf/QT, ANYWAY* 



-ANP THERE, ON THE FLOOR. 
WAS A PIECE OF THE MIRROR 
THAT I'P THROWN AT THE 
PIRATE CAPTAIN IN WHAT 
YOU CALL MV DELUSIONS! 
IF THIS WAS A (7ELUSICN, 
JUST EXPLAIN WHAT YOU'LL 
SEE ON IT PLEAS5! 



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IN THAT MOMENT OF AWFUL DRAMA, WAS 
THE REFLECTION OP A MAN WHO COULD 
NOT REST— WHO WAS KEPT ALIVE THROUGH 
THE CENTURIES BY THE CURSE OF WE 
GOLDEN DOOM! 








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WHEN ALL HOPE SEEMS? LOST, THEN 
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OF A REMOTE GUATEMALAN REGION, TWO AMERICAN 
RESEARCHERS OBSERVE? A SOLEMN SCENE- 



IT'S A PITY, LIVING AS THEY 

HAVE ALL THESE CENTUR1E9 
IN TH15 AREA— ANP NOW 
FACEP WITH LOSING THEIR 
LANE? AN? THEIR 
HOMES? 





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MIL BE Op /ACROSS SCWE 

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TENTH CENTUM JHIS AREA WAS WAVED 
SV THE PROOOWCAS'ITWASAN UNEVEN 
BATTLE, ANV THE NATS VSS OF THIS 
REGION mRSFORCEO TO FLEE— ' 




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OU1TE FRANKLY, THEIR WISEST COURSE WOULP BE 
TO ACCEPT THEIR FATE ANP MAKE WHAT PLANS 
THEY CAN FORTHE FUTURE! 







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Hi, fans' It's time for our monthly "Forbid- 
den Worlds" get-together. This month, we 
want you to meet Kermit Lundgren, author 
of "Safari To The Stars". Kermit's a guy 
who was cut out to be a writer from the 
very first. He had quite an education, being 
graduated from college with high honors in 
science. Immediately, he turned to journal- 
ism, and began writing scientific treatises 
and learned papers. At a party, he met and 
snubbed one of "Forbidden Worlds' " best 
writers — we won't mention names. Comics 
writers, Kermit told him,- just don't rate— 
they were nowhere! Our boy retorted "Sour 
grapes! You couldn't write a comics script 
if you tried — you're strictly a longhaired 
guy without the imagination it takes!" Thus 
challenged, Kermit set out to prove things. 
Very carefully he framed a story and sent 
it to us — and very promptly, we threw it 
back at him. This got him sore. Promptly, 
we received a second story, a third, a fourth 
—and with equal promptness, we rejected 
them — in each case, telling him why. It 
turned into a challenge for Kermit — so 
much so that he forgot his scientific 
treatises and learned papers, and threw 
himself heart and soul into the project of 
proving that he could too write good com- 
ics! And gradually, we started noticing an 
improvement. There was more excitement 
in his plots. His characters were growing 
more human. And finally, we knew we had 
a writer on our hands! Since then, he's be- 
come a steady and valued contributor. How 
do you like his stuff, readers? Tell us! Ad- 
dress your letters to The Editor, "Forbidden 
Worlds", 347 Fifth Avenue, New York 16, 
N. Y.— and let us know what vqu think of 
our magazine in general! Here are a few 
selected opinions from other readers; 

"Dear Editor:— 

I've just read my first 'Forbidden Worlds', 
your September issue. I found it one of the 
most interesting comics I've ever seen. The 
story I liked best was 'Death Of A Ghost'. 
But all of the others were also fascinating, 
and made you stop and think. I can find 
only one thing wrong, and that's your cover, 
which was misleading, since it seemed to 
promise more excitement than the story ac- 
tually contained. But the rest of the book 
was truly excellent anyway. And I think you 
have the right to snap back at people who 
criticize you impolitely. After all, if they 
can do it, why can't you? Also, I wish you 
would devote three pages to reader opin- 
ions. Not that it isn't nice of you to have 
two — most comics don't bother to even do 
this! Lots of luck! 

-^Anna Loomis, Rhmelander, Wis." 

Glad you like our book, Anna. We're sorry 
if you find our cover exaggerates. Ifs true 
that we try to lead with our best foot on it, 
though! 



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"Dear Editor:— 

What ails those two fellows, Rick Eskola 
and Joe Sprague in issue No. 74? I like 
'Forbidden Worlds' and don't like being 
called a 'lunatic, I do think, however, that 
you could have a few more stories along 
the line of space travel. I particularly liked 
'The Second Visit'. Keep up the good work! 
— Harry Griner, Pembroke, Ga." 

We agree, Barry, We feel that people are 
entitled to hate us tp pieces if they want to, 
but that doesn't give them license to hurl 
insults, particularly at our readers! About 
space stories . . , we generally run one an 
issue for fans of science fiction — but we 
have to present a wide variety of thrilling 
stories, to satisfy as many of our fans as 
possible. 

"Dear Editor: — 

I Just got your December Issue and I hated 
it. The Magic Maker' was mixed up and 
'Thanksgiving Day' was nuts and 'The Rid- 
dle of Robert O'M alley' was nutty too. But 
the first one was the best. Whoever wrote it 
was a good writer. 

— Steve Johnston, Everett, Wash." 

We're not going to fight with Steve in his. 
objections, because we have the feeling that 
he's one of our younger readers and perhaps 
we're a little over his head. The story he 
does like, however, turns out to be "Herbie's , 
Quiet Saturday Afternoon"— which gives us' 
hope for him! 

"Dear Editor: — 

I am a loyal fan of 'Forbidden Worlds'. I 
have just finished reading issue No. 73, and 
would like to express my opinion. I think 
that 'Herbie's Quiet Saturday Afternoon' 
was one of the worst stories you ever print- 
ed. I think whoever thought up that one 
should have his head examined. But now 
that I've let off some steam, I wish to. com- 
pliment you on the rest of your magazine. 
'Thanksgiving Day' and 'The Riddle of Rob- 
ert O'Malley' were two of the best stories 
I've ever read. Keep up the good work! Still 
loyal— 

— Paul Burak, Bayside, N, Y." 

It just goes to show that it takes all kinds 
of opinions to make up a magazine's world! 
Sorry that you didn't care for Herbie, Paul. 
Personally, we're crazy about him! 

"Dear Editor:— 

In the No. 68 issue of 'Forbidden Worlds', 
I was surprised to see - a story as good as 
'The Ivory Curse printed anywhere! 'The 
Dome of Doom' was very good, and 'It Hap- 
pened In Central Europe' was Just plain 
super! About the idea for a rock and roll 
story suggested by Pamela Holland of Mai- 
den, Mass.— it doesn't appeal to me at all. 



About the All-Star Issue No. 100 of 'Adven- 
tures Into The Unknown', It was just exact- 
ly that. Here are' my ratings for that Issue: 
'The Head Man' — absolutely tops! 'Prelim.' 
inary Hearing' — superb beyond words. 
'Phantom Submarine' — really good. 'Noth- 
ing Ever Happens To Halloran' — swell! I'd 
like to know If you have a back Issue of 
'Forbidden Worlds' No. 65 — everyone raved 
about 'There's A New Moon Tonight' and I 
missed that issue. I have just one .little 
■complaint — in 'Forbidden Worlds' No. 69, the 
artwork on the story 'The Vortex" was poor. 
In 'Adventures Into The Unknown' No. 99, 
here are my ratings: 'Missing, One Scien- 
tist?, terrific — and how true It Is! 'Strange 
Race', swell. 'Forgotten Forest', magnificent. 
'Muscle Man Melvin', good. Now for the 
grand . finale, 'Journey Into Antiquity' was 
a true masterpiece — colossal, superb, great, 
neat, wonderful, magnificent! Thanks for 
a truly wonderful magazine. So, when you 
get a letter from someone like John Walkin, 
of Par go, N, D., don't even read more than 
the first insulting line! 

— Catherine Madsen, El Paso, Texas" 

All we can do is thank you for a letter of 
this type, Catherine, and hope you mean 
every .word of it. But actually, we don't feel 
that we deserve this much praise. We fall 
down on the job every once in awhile, and 
make some pretty drastic ■boo'-boos. One 
thing, though-^we're always in there punch- 
ing! 



"Dear Editor:— 

I am a steady reader of comic books on 
•science 'fiction, but 'forbidden Worlds' Is 
positively the best. I've just been browsing 
through your December issue and would like 
to say that your very different story, 'Herb- 
ie's Quiet Saturday Afternoon' was one type 
I'd like to see more of. This fellow Herbie 
has quite a one-track mind — meaning his 
lollipop! But 'Magic Maker" stank! The story 
called 'Thanksgiving- Day 1 was a truly deep 
one. It really told the story of what money 
and wealth will do to men. Also, I want to 
say that I agree with Harvey Kinder in the 
broad sense of his suggestion. I'd like to 
suggest a nice long story on the monster of 
Loch Ness In Scotland — without the story 
turning out to be a fake, without -somebody 
solving the mystery, without it being just 
a lot of horror. I'll be looking forward to the 
answer to my letter in an early issue of the 
most popular science comic— -'Forbidden 
Worlds'! Hey— why don't you have many 
girls in your stories?' 
—George Robertson, Salt' Lake City, Utah" 

Glad you're a patriot for Herbie, George, 
since we love Mm, toot You must have 
something in your opinion of "Magic Mak- 
er", since many of our fans seem to share 
your feelings about' it. Sorry if we erred on 
that one. We've passed along your sugges- 
tion on the Loch Ness monster to six of our 
writers, and if one of them comes up with a 
really good yam, you'll see it in print! About 
the girls— we like them, too. The only rea- 
son we don't have more is that some of 
our stories are just a bit on the grim side, 
ajid we do try to protect the gentler sex! 



"Dear Editor:— 

Can a grownup get In on the letters to the 
Editor? I don't think I've missed over 3 or 
4 issues of 'Forbidden Worlds' or 'Adventures 
Into The Unknown' in the past year or so. 
I guess I'm what you call a faithful reader. 
If permitted, X would like to throw a few 
flowers and a little criticism your way. I 
am specifically referring to your December 
No. 73 Issue. First, 'Herbie's Quiet Saturday 
Afternoon' was a pretty good story. Differ- 
ent and Interesting. -'Magic Maker" was at 
the bottom of the class. I didn't care for it 
at all. 'Thanksgiving Day was run of the 
mill — I've read many stories with the same 
plot. "The Riddle of Robert O'Malley' was of 
the same stuff. This letter was supposed to 
be 'flowers', but — well— I guess Issue No. 73 
was a boner. But In all truthfulness, that 
was the first issue of 'Forbidden Worlds' 
that I was ever disappointed in. You have 
a great magazine, and I sincerely appre- 
ciate all the fine hours of enjoyment you 
have given to me. I am the manager of the 
Western Union Telegraph Office in this- 
town, and come in contact with many peo- 
ple. The average person CI am referring to 
a grownup) thinks' your magazine is fine- 
Thanks again from a loyal reader who 
knows that you can't please all of us all 
the time. 
— George -"Hank' Martin, Glasgow, Mont." 

We truly appreciate your fine and sincere 
letter, Hank. Only one correction that we'd 
like to make—large numbers of our readers 
are adult. We try to give this magazine a 
universal appeals- to any age bracket cap- 
able of appreciating susvenseful and imag- 
inative reading. We thought that "Thanks- 
giving Day" was a pretty keen yarn our- 
selves, but we could be wrong, and you 
right. As far as the rest of thai issue goes, 
we're in agreement with you. 

"Dear Editor:— 
We have been observing you for' a long 

while and we all feel that you deserve praise 
on your magazines. Stories like 'The Cast- 
away' in 'Forbidden Worlds' and 'Strange 
Delusion' in your other magazine, 'Adven- 
tures Into The Unknown', were very inter- 
esting. 'Rocket Pilot Robbins Reporting' and 
'The Strange Ones' in this magazine held 
the interest of 80 per cent of the people on 
our planet. As for fake letters, which some 
earthlings accuse you of, we have watched 
you carefully, and know that you do not 
write the letters yourselves. You once stated 
that your magazine's circulation has been 
growing on Earth. Well, people on all the 
planets of the Galaxy read It! And as for 
the Earthling who criticised you for making 
your space aliens hum'anoia, just tell him 
that you never known when Spacemen may 
be -lurking about! 

— Oz Qoro, Mayor of VeUorana. 
Capital of Planet Venus'* 

So nice of fD» to write. Ot Qorol Yontrt 
doubtless here as a Good WiU Ambassador, 
right? We notice your letter comes from 
Chicago, IU. — bet you don't have a cay on 
Vehus that equals it! But keep on watching 
our magazines — you'll leant things about 
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EUROPE WHEN THEY STUMBLBP 
UPON THE RUINEP CASTLE- 



THAT'S OPP\ THERE ARE FAINT SI5NS\ 
OF RADIATION ALL AROUNP THESE 
tSiltiS, BUT NOT A TRACE OF ANY 
RADIOACTIVE MINERAL ANYWHERE 
ON THE SURFACE' 



IT15 5A1C7 THAT THE 
RUINS ARE CURSED 
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PESTROY THOSE WHO 
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OF THE CASTLE OF 
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WILES OF THE PLACE'' 
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THE DUKE OFKRAKEN—WHO ONCE RULEP 
THAT LAUD WITH THE LASH ANP SWORP—/ 

MAKE WAY 
FOR THE MIGHTY 
DUKE OF 
KRAKEN! 



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BORH WITH A LUST FOR POIA/e^NlKOR 
HAP SPREAD .HIS DOMAIN ACROSS THE LAUD- 
SWALLOWING ON£ NEIGHBOR AFTER 
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for his men were equipped with the 
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BY HIS ALCHEMIST, BRUNO! 



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WITH A 

IT IS CALLEP A CANNON, 1 WEAPON 
MY LORD* THE PR1NCI- ^/LIKE THAT,, 
PLE WAS PISCOVEREP J& 1 CAM 
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LURE FOE ME, MY ^ 
LORP! WHAT INTERESTS 
ME ARE THE VAST 
tPOWERS HIPPEN ALL' 
1A80UT US, WAITING 
'TO BE KELEA5EC". 
POWERS WHICH CAN 
UNLOCK WEALTH 
UNTOLP FOR. THE 
RACE OF MAN! ' 





??S NIKORS ^FORTRESS AFTER 
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BACK In 
DEFEAT- 



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SPEAK TO B/WNOHHAT 
povvmm OLD FOOL MUST, 
HAVE SOME HEW WEAPON 
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Ir WAS WTO /I SEVfff OF PENDING DISASTER 
THAT BRUNO SAW THE DUKS ONCE MORE— 



NIKORJAM BUSY AT W 
EXPERIMENTS' I LEFT 
WORPNOTTO BE 
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SlIDDENLV FROM THE ROOM BEHIND, GHASTLY , 
FLAMS ERUPTED- / -. 

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ALCHEMIST SURVEYED WE\ INTEREST IN BRUNO 1 
WRECKAGE, HE SHUVPERSOj EXPERIMENTS- 
WITH A PRIMEVAL FEAR,' 



TELL ME, WHAT &IACK ARTS 
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THAT OF EARTH.' AND SO THE 
GALACTIC UNION HAS MADE, 
THIS A RESERVATION 
DESIGNED TO TEACH US THE 
DEVELOPMENT OP LIFE AS 
WE KNOW IT! 



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AS THE TOUR ENDED, A SIGHT- 
SEER APPROACHED THE WIDEN-. 



(EXCUSE ME , I'M A \ THAT WAS ' 
TRAVEL REPORTER I ALL LONS 
FDR THE EARTH- <AGO.' I'VE 
VENUS SENTINEL ! J SEEN GAME 
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JEFF RANDOMS HERE FOR 
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GREW AS He GUIDEP MS pATROMS TO 
FARM TROPHIES AND NEW RECORPS ... 



A GREEN HOPPER-~ SBEMBP IWE'D SETTER 
A SHAME TO SHOOT HIM,' I'LL / GET HIM 
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THAN THREE OF THEM LEFT /SIMP BEFORE 
ON ANTEReS IV/ j^^S- THE GAME 

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TWO MONTHS LATER, THEY WERE DROPPING JN THROUGH 
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FOR THE GAME WARDEN— AN ^TO WORRY ABOUT/ • 
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THEy SAV HE'S AS SHREWD /UNION PASSPORT 
AS THEY COM E,'^_-/WHICH ALLOWS ME 
TO FILM VISITAPES OF 
PREHISTORIC LIFE HERE ON 
JCOW J, RAN POM.' HE 
WONT KNOW WHAT WE'RE 
REALLV AFTER .' 




FINE-BUT THERE'S 
ONE THING MORE, SREADE/ 
I SAW AN /ON &UN IN 
YOUR KIT/ I PONT ALLOW 
MV PATRONS TO USE 
ANYTHING BUT THE 
OLD -FASHIONED 
BALLISTIC 
RIFLE,' 






OF COURSE, RANDOM 

-NO SPORTSMAN 

WORTH HIS SALT 

WOULD USE A , 

RAY GUN OH GAME/ 

I ONLY BROU5HT 

IT ALONG IN 

CASE OF 
EMERGENCY.' 



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£~?H£ HUNTING BEGAN AND ONE MIGHTY PREHISTORIC 
■ u MONSTER AFTER ANOTHER DROPPED BEFORE THEIR RIFLES- 




IT WAS FlTlfUL '. THE POOR BEAST! 
i' CHARGED RlGHTOUTOF THE 

AEONS OF TIMB ~ STRAIGHT 
' INTO THE BLASTING RAY OF THE 
rjQN GUN! IT NBVSP HAD 
A CHANCE.' 

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white-liverecAbe REASONABLE! 
COWARD.' PIP I COULDN'T HAVE 
YOU HAVE TO \ STOPPED HIM AN 
USE THAT A, OTHER WAV/ 
GADGET? /ANYHOW, THE MAIN 
THING WAS TO GET 
MY TROPHY' 



}SUT SUDDENLY — ABOVE -- 

*U\S SCANNER' 

)RAYS PICKED UP 

/.TUB RADIATION 

'WHEN you LET GO 

'WITH THAT ION SUN, 

you POOL! 



GREADE HAD HIS STORY READY 
WHEN FARRAPAY QUESTIONED HtM 
— BUT THE OLD-TIMER DIDN'T 

BUY IT — 



I'M SDREV, WARDEN.' YOU'D HAVS 
I WAS FILMINO ~J A BETTER, A 
SOME VISITAPES \ CHANCE OF "^ 
UNDER A GALACTIC JCONVINONG ME 





$0 yOU've HEARD OP \CALL IT YOUR REPUTATION 
METDO, FARRADAy? I AS A GAME DESTROYER, 
GUESS MY REPUTATION / RANDOM / ACCORDING A 
HAS TRAVELED >T0 THE RECORD, YOU'VE "^ 

PRETTY FAR .' JT HELPED WIPE OUT A D02EN RARE 
SPECIES OF WILDLIFE IN 
THIS SALAXy.' 



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NOW WAIT A MlNUT£,"\AND PROTECTING THE 
FARRAPAV/ HUNTING /GAME ON THIS PLANET J 
IS MV BUSIA1ESS! ^ \$ MY BUSINESS ,'J 
DON'T BLAMg ME IFWlVE DEVOTED THIRTV "S 
YEARS TO PRESERVING THE 
ANIMAL SPECIES ON ICON I ! 
I'M REPORTING BOTH OF 
YOU TO HEADQUARTER5-- 
RISHT NOW.' 



ijARom 



BUT AS THEy car ACROSS fi\ HIDDEN YAUSV ON 
TWW WAY BACHTO WEIR SPACE W(%ET—: 




parsing through, th£y Observed 
several tribes shawms the 
valley'.. and then greade 
GOT HIS BIG IDEA... 



MY V161TAFE CAMERA! SOUNDS 

RANDOM, IP I COULD / LIKE A 

GET THE EVERYDAY /GOOD JDEA, 

LIFE OF THESE _>7 GR5APE' 

NEANDERTHALS 

DOWN OH TAPE, IT 

WOULD BE WORTH A j S7%* 

FORTUNE -SACK J 

-. ON EARTH,' 



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BUT THEN CAME GREADE'S 
NEXT IDEA — 



'BAH* THIS STUFF IS TOO 
TAME -WHAT WE NEED , 
15 A LITTLE ACTION 
OH THESE TAPES.' 
HOW ABOUT A FlGHT 
BETWEEN TWO 
TRIBES? ELEMENTAL 
MEN AT WAR -- 
THE SURVIVAL 



BUT GP.EAVE WAS 7C0ENGR0&SED 
IN HIS PLAN TO LISTEN*, . 




f? T was DONE BEFORE RANDOM COULD STOP IT/ 

dJ> GREADE BRIBED A TRIBAL CHIEF WITH AN AXE, 

THEN LURED HIS DAUGHTER TOWARD A DISTANT 

CAVE WITH A HANDFUL OF BEADS — 



to the- adjoining tribe, thesirl was a prize 
of war.' she could worm. carrv water. 
Clean hides.— 




THE GIRL'S PROTESTING HOWLS 
BROilGHTHBR THIBSSMBN RUNNING} 
WW IN SECONDS, THE BATTLE 
WAS JOINED — 



THEN, -SUDDENLY A SHADOW 
SLID PA&T ABOVE THEM... 





TARTLED BV THE GUNFIRE , THS TRIBESMEN 
PUT DOWN THEIR WEAPONS — 



ITS OVER I THEY 
RECOGNIZE ME NOW.' 
THEY KNOW MB WELL 
AND THEy WON'T HURT 
YOU AS LONG AS YOU'RE 
WITH ME.' — BUT 
WHERE l! 



I DON'T KNOW,' HE 
VANISHED AS SCON AS 
THE REAL TROUBLE 
EEOAN .' 




fyjOW THAT IT WAS ALL OVER, 
^SOMETHING SEEMED TO 
HAPPEN TO FARRADAY'S STRENGTH, 
TO HIS SURENESS OR PURPOSE! 
HE WAS AN OLD MAN, WOUNDED — 



I'LL HAVE TO 

PILOT YOUR SHIP 
SACK TO HEAD- 
QUARTERS,' you 
WON'T BE READY 
FOR ACTIVE DUTY 
FOR A LONG 
TIME 



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BUT RANDOM/ 
YOU DON'T 
UNDERSTAN Di 
I CANT JUST 
LEAVE THE 

PLANET 
UNGUARDED.' 
AND IT WILL TAKE 
MONTHS TO TRAIN A 
MAN TO TAKE 
MY PLACE.' 



BUT WHY PROTECT \ BUT SOME \ 
THE PLANET AT ALL? \DAY THESE 
IT'S ONLY A GLORIFIED JSU8-HUMANS 
ZOO; THE MOST -< WILL GIVE 
ADVANCED CREATURE ] BIRTH TO 



HERE IS HARDLY 
MORE THAN 
SUB-HUMAN 




A NEW RACE 
OF MEN, WITH A 
NEW CULTURE 
AND A NEW 
SCIENCE.' 



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THEIR OWN 
SHAKESPEAPES, 
PARWINS,EINSTEIN5 
AND WITH WHAT WE 
CAN TEACH THEM, 
WHO KNOWS A/OW 

FAR THEY 

WILL GO? 



■I'M BEGINNING 
\TO UNDERSTAND 

WHAT YOU'RE 




Mi MS LIRE, RANDOM HAD LEFT A TRAIL OF 

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO MARK HIS PATH.' 
NOW, POP. TUB FIRST TIME, HE FELT A WAVE OF 
SHAME SWEEP OVER HIM — 



FARRADAY, YOU KNOW ME AND 
MY RECORD ...AND THE STORY, 
ISN'T PRETTY/ I'D LIKE TO ■ 
DO SOMETHING TO MARE UP 
FDR IT,' I'M VOLUNTEERING TO 
SERVE AS TEMPORARY WARDEN 
ON ICON 1 UNTIL THEY GET A 






YOU SEE, BY THE LAW OF THE ^ ///f' 
TRIBE, IN OFFERING THE FATHER . ! ! " 
AN AXE AND GIVING THE GIRL r J' 
THOSE BEADS, SREADE pipN'T W. 
REALIZE HE WAS MAKING AN -<":/. ,< 
OFFER OF MARRIAGE t AND W% 
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