TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) (#1-21 ATLAS, #22-101 MARVEL) #41 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Tales to Astonish (1959) #41
Starring Ant-Man. Cover by Jack Kirby. "Prisoner of the Slave World!" is written by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber with art by Don Heck. Dr. Henry Pym, discoverer of the powerful Pym particle, grows suspicious when a colleague in the scientific community suddenly goes missing. Checking his friend's home as Ant-Man, Pym discovers the man has vanished from a home locked from the inside. Later, at his own office, our hero discovers more scientists from around the world have disappeared just as mysteriously. And a surprise attack from a seemingly harmless window-washer seems to indicate Pym will soon share their fate.

Pym awakens to find himself in another dimension, the prisoner of a tyrannical despot named Kulla. The other scientists are there too and they've been forced to perfect a fantastic Electro-Death Ray, a device Kulla intends to use on his rebellious people. But with the help of some alien insects, Ant-Man puts a stop to the dictator's plans once and for all. Then, will you be there "When the Beast Walks!" (written by Lee and Lieber, drawn by Joe Sinnott). And, do you dare learn the secret of "The Curse!" (written by Lee with art by Steve Ditko).

Publisher: MarvelTitle: TALES TO ASTONISH (1959) (#1-21 ATLAS, #22-101 MARVEL)
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