WORLDS UNKNOWN (1973) #4 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Worlds Unknown (1973) #4
The classic Star Trek series that ran on air from 1966 to 1969 featured an unforgettable episode in which Captain Kirk faced off a representative of the lizard-like Gorn and fought for the fate of both of their galaxies. That episode was based on Frederic Brown's sci fi short story "Arena," and so is our lead-off tale: an original story scripted by Gerry Conway and drawn by John Buscema and Dick Giordano. On the brink of intergalactic war, human space pilot Carson finds himself mysteriously transported to a desolate asteroid and locked in conflict with one of his alien adversaries.

Informed by a disembodied voice that he's been chosen to represent his race in a battle for its survival. With no equipment and no weapons to wage war, Carson doesn't know how he's supposed to succeed but he realizes soon enough that his brain is his greatest weapon! Then, read a classic fantasy tale of time-travel and the search for eternal youth in "Lost...One World."

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Title: Arena

Credits: Gerry Conway (Script), John Buscema (Pencils), Dick Giordano (Inks), Glynis Wein (Colors), Tom Orzechowski (Letters).

Title: Lost...One World!

Credits: ? (Script), Bob Powell (Pencils), Bob Powell (Inks), ? (Colors), ? (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: WORLDS UNKNOWN (1973)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
4 (2.00) (4.00) 8.00 13.50 23.75 (40.00)

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