Where Monsters Dwell #20

Marvel Comics

United States

Published
March 1973
Page count
36
Cover price
0.20 USD
Colour
Colour
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
GCD
www.comics.org/issue/26051

Credits

Editing
Roy Thomas

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Klagg! Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Characters
Klagg

Credits

Pencils
Jim Starlin
Inks
Frank Giacoia
Letters
Morrie Kuramoto
Editing
Roy Thomas

Notes

Original indexer credited Gil Kane as cover co-penciler.

Show/hide 1. Klagg! His Mission: Destroy Mankind! Comic story, 13 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Code
V-289
Characters
Klagg; Philip; Claire

Credits

Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?
Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Jack Kirby
Inks
Dick Ayers
Letters
Artie Simek

Reprint history

First print
United States
Tales of Suspense (Marvel, 1959 series) #21 (September 1961)
Klagg!
Also printed
Australia
Super Giant (KG Murray, 1974 series) #11 ([September 1974?])
Klagg! His Mission: Destroy Mankind!

Synopsis

Klagg, an alien who visits Earth, becomes so upset upon learning humanity still wages war that he declares war upon the nations of the Earth.

Notes

This story is divided into two parts: an untitled part one (6 pp) and part two—"Klagg" (7 pp).

Show/hide 2. While the Town Sleeps! Comic story, 3 pages

Featuring

Genre
Fantasy
Code
J-56

Credits

Art
Kurt Schaffenberger

Synopsis

The statue of the Dutch boy plugs the hole in the dike with his finger.

Show/hide 3. What Happened to Harry? Comic story, 5 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Characters
Harry Brown; Albert Poole

Credits

Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?
Larry Lieber (script) ?
Art
Dick Ayers
Letters
Ray Holloway

Reprint history

First print
United States
Tales to Astonish (Marvel, 1959 series) #29 (March 1962)
What Happened to Harry?
Also printed
Australia
Climax Adventure Comic (KG Murray, 1974 series) #16 ([March 1975?])
What Happened to Harry?

Synopsis

A brilliant inventor's boss tries to steal his new time machine in order to take credit for it. He uses the time machine to travel to a different time, but ends up in the prehistoric period, where the electricity to power the time machine cannot be found.

Notes

Though many details are changed, this story is a retelling of "Behold! I Am the Master of Time!" drawn by Steve Ditko in Tales to Astonish (Marvel, 1959 series) #14 (December 1960).


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 40814

Cover added

  • 29/03/2010

Index completed

  • 27/08/2019

Last updated

  • 27/08/2019