STRANGE PLANETS (1963) #18 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Strange Planets (1963) #18
In the early 1960s, as both DC and Marvel were entering the Silver Age of Comics, Philadelphia-based Super Comics came out with a line of science fiction, funny animal, western and action titles using reprinted materials from an eclectic range of sources. In this issue's first story, humankind uses unusual tactics to unseat a tyrannical alien queen in "Frog Men Against Belzar" Then, Tsarist Russia is held under the spell of "The Terrorist," a true life spy story.

Next, thrill to "The Saga of Marco Polo," the 13th century explorer who opened new gateways to the Eastern world. Then, Explorer Joe must solve a "Murder in the Himalayas!" when a scheming research scientist murders his colleague to keep a fortune all to himself. Finally, the richly illustrated adventure called "Son of Robin Hood" weaves an untold story of the rogue of Sherwood Forest and the young orphan he befriends and adopts!

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