"Flight from Eden": The smitten Abel goes looking for Rima, wondering if he dreamt her. He finds a jaguar, poised to pounce on him when Rima appears. Rima is, of course, good friends with the jaguar, and it leaves them alone. Abel asks how Rima could talk to the jaguar, and
Appearing in "Flight from Eden"
- Susio the dog
Synopsis for "Flight from Eden"
The smitten Abel goes looking for Rima, wondering if he dreamt her. He finds a jaguar, poised to pounce on him when Rima appears. Rima is, of course, good friends with the jaguar, and it leaves them alone. Abel asks how Rima could talk to the jaguar, and Rima explains that "it is an understanding of sounds more than words." Rima explains how many years ago, her grandfather, Nuflo, brought her to the forest after her mother died. She grew up there, the animals came to accept her, and the birds taught her to sing. Rima walks Abel to her hut so he can recover and gives him a kiss goodnight. Abel dreams about her. Abel is woken by Nuflo leaving, and decides to follow him. Abel finds Nuflo cooking meat. Nuflo explains that he must do it in secret becuase Rima does not eat meat nor allows him to trap animals for food, and he dares not anger her. Abel and Nuflo return to the hut to find Rima, whom is upset becuase she knows that the've been eating meat. Abel decides to head back to the nearby Indian village. One of the Indians, Runi, is very surprised that Abel made it back alive. Abel tells of his adventure, and Runi warns him that Rima is a witch and will capture his soul. Abel, of course, decides that his soul is already captured, and that he is in love with Rima. He returns to her, apologizes, and is forgiven.
Appearing in "The Delta Brain"
- Space Voyagers
- "The Delta Brain" (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "The Delta Brain"
A one-eyed brain-creature studies the Space Voyagers through experiments in fear and emotions. He needs the Space Voyagers to repair his machines that have fallen into disrepair ever since humans left it's planet. He grafts the Space Voyagers emotions to the machines. The machines, now filled with human spirit, promptly rebel and execute their slave-master.
- Writing credits for Robert Kanigher are unconfirmed for this issue.
- This issue contains a Li'l Brontosaurus humor strip by Henry Boltinoff entitled "Reflection".
- A tag claims "Next issue on sale during the third week in May".
- No trivia.