"The War that Time Forgot: "A Gauntlet of Giants!"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in The War that Time Forgot: "A Gauntlet of Giants!"
Synopsis for The War that Time Forgot: "A Gauntlet of Giants!"
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Appearing in "A Match Made in Hell!"
- Ivira (actually Kali)
- Col. Sir Aubrey Clegg-Haversham
Synopsis for "A Match Made in Hell!"
Ruthless Col. Sir Aubrey Clegg-Haversham receives a lesson by oppressing the Indian people.
Appearing in "Man's Best Enemy"
Synopsis for "Man's Best Enemy"
Amid the ruins of a bombed out laboratory, a soldier named Frank and a K-9 unit named Corky are prowling in search of survivors. Instead of survivors they found a score of mutant guinea pigs which they attacked the dog. Fortunately the soldier sends the rodents scurrying and Corky seems to be alright albeit with scratches.
But the next morning, Corky had escaped from his kennel by tearing through a fence. Frank tracks Corky in the countryside and is stunned in finding numerous cattle killed by the dog, who is eventually found having chases the owner of the cattle up a tree. Though obviously feral and mutated, Corky is able to respond to Frank's commands and relents.
Frank takes Corky to the vet have him check. The company doctor gives his suspensions that the lab the two explored was experimenting on biological-warfare and whatever the guinea pigs infected Corky made him a bio-hazard to humans, and thus he must be put to sleep. Frank, reluctantly, agrees with the doctor and decide to personally ends the dog's life.
But as Frank prepares to shoot Corky, the dog attacks his master. Shots are fired and two soldier rush to the scene where they find Frank, who informs them that he killed Corky but the dog before he could fire - Frank is infected and is now a half-human beast who then lunges at the soldiers.
Appearing in "Divine Wind"
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- In the story "A Match Made in Hell!", Col. Aubrey is referred to sometimes by the Indian residents as "Sahib". It is a word of Arabic origin meaning "Friend". As a loanword, it has passed into several languages. In English, it is especially associated with British rule in India. It can be used as a term of address, either as an official title or an honorific.
- World War II Recommended Reading
- Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (Volume 1)
- Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (Volume 2)
- All-American Men of War (Volume 1)
- All-Out War (Volume 1)
- Blackhawk (Volume 1)
- Blitzkrieg (Volume 1)
- Capt. Storm (Volume 1)
- Four-Star Battle Tales (Volume 1)
- G.I. Combat (Volume 1)
- Men of War (Volume 1)
- Military Comics (Volume 1)
- Our Army at War (Volume 1)
- Our Fighting Forces (Volume 1)
- Sgt. Rock (Volume 1)
- Sgt. Rock (Volume 2)
- Star-Spangled War Stories (Volume 1)
- Unknown Soldier (Volume 1)
- Weird War Tales (Volume 1)
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