"The Earth Dreamer": Billy Batson interviews Professor Plato Q. Thinkler who shows him a telescope that sees beyond the third dimension, and through which Thinkler has theorized that the universe they know is only the dream of a being in another dimension. Everything starts to shake and Thinkler
- I -- er -- wish to be in the other universe, where the giant lies sleeping! I wish it! I WISH IT! I WISH IT!
Appearing in "The Earth Dreamer"
- Professor Plato Q. Thinkler
- dreaming giant
- telescope that sees through the fourth dimension
Synopsis for "The Earth Dreamer"
Billy Batson interviews Professor Plato Q. Thinkler who shows him a telescope that sees beyond the third dimension, and through which Thinkler has theorized that the universe they know is only the dream of a being in another dimension. Everything starts to shake and Thinkler interprets this as the dreamer beginning to wake, prompting Billy to change to Captain Marvel, who with advice from Thinkler, concentrates hard enough to transfer himself to the dreamer's world. There Captain Marvel discovers the dreamer is a giant farmer, who he knocks out and camouflages to keep him from waking for several hours, which will give Earth thousands of years of continuation in relative time. Returning to report his success to Thinkler, Marvel learns that the scientist has reexamined his theory, and now believes the world with the sleeping giant is actually a product of Thinkler's own dreaming. Confused and frustrated by the whole bizarre ordeal, Marvel gives up and goes home.
Appearing in "The Last Man on Earth"
- Professor Brooks
- 100 other scientists (Behind the scenes)
- Professor Brooks' two Time Ships
Synopsis for "The Last Man on Earth"
Professor Brooks sends Captain Marvel a million years into the future. In that time, large intelligent bugs have long ago wiped out all the humans. Captain Marvel wipes out an entire city full of giant insects. Professor Brooks and 100 other scientists travel to the distant future, and undertake to colonize the world with a new human civilization.
Appearing in "The Son of Sivana"
- Sivana, Jr.'s Venusian handgun, shoots explosive bullets
- Sivana, Jr.'s three-dimensional illusion-casting lamp
- Sivana, Jr.'s "money-hater" machine
- Sivana's spaceship
Synopsis for "The Son of Sivana"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- There were two "January 1946" issues of Captain Marvel Adventures, which at that time was being published twice per month. On the cover: "ON SALE EVERY OTHER FRIDAY"
- Captain Marvel has, when he really concentrates, the super-power to WISH himself out of one reality and into another.
- Also appearing in this issue of Captain Marvel Adventures were:
- "Raccoon Logic" (text story) by Arthur Lane
- Captain Kid
- Dopey Danny Dee
- Sgt. Sandy
- "Volto from Mars" advertisement for "Grape Nuts", with an ad for Hop Harrigan's radio show at the bottom.
- Discuss Captain Marvel Adventures Vol 1 52 on the forums
- Cover gallery for the Captain Marvel Adventures series
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