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Thanks for the upload, Unfortunately, I think there's a page missing from the first tale after the third page it seems to skip ahead a bit.
Uploaded the first story again. Should be complete.
There still looks like an abrupt skip between the escaped prisoners taking on their jailers to suddenly being on a pirate ship with a treasure. Maybe it's just me...
Actually I look at the numbering and the actual book has missing pages 4 and 5. Maybe the weren't scanned?
Ah, that's why--I thought so. Sorry for sounding so pushy. I just want to make sure everyone enjoys the comics too in one piece.
Well, missing pages or no missing pages, I appreciate your effort at putting this one up. You are correct about the second tale being a reprint. It was originally in AITU #96. It was originally titled "A Recurring Nightmare" --at least when the contents of the issue are listed. However the story itself doesn't actually have a title and is merely shown to be part of the "Annals of the Occult" feature frequently used in the AITU series.I will admit that that final story does make up for those missing pages of the first one. That splash page of the T-rex riding a rocket is beautiful and that ending is hilarious!Also, Craig Peterson was a perfect jerk! Thanks for eating him, T-rex!
I will look around in my collection for that issue of Unknown Worlds. I might have it and I would actually like to read the finished product. I loved the art by Johnny Craig.