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Strange Tales #124

Strange Tales (1951) #124

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PPP, honestly, you...could've thought this out more carefully.

"Haha! I've thrown the thing out of his flying car, now to catch him with a line of paste and..." ZONG "...oh right, he weighs a ton, I couldn't possibly hold him myself without being flung out the car as well."

"Now, with the Thing captured, it's only a matter of time, until the Torch arrives..." - "Hi" - "What the- ...you're here already?"

"Both of you are captured, glued to my wall, and even the Thing can't break free from my glue..." - "Ben, don't break free from the glue, break free from the wall." - "Okay." - "THAT DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE!"

If you ignore the rather silly plot, the story is...well, okay, a bit funny, but really nothing to write home about.

The Doctor Strange story, meanwhile, finally gives us a new villain! And even though he's defeated quickly (which had to happen, considering the few pages available), he's shown to be quite the menace. Doctor Strange had to be clever, to escape his path, and he was able to show his strength, by escaping the past. The time travel itself, as well as the twist ending about the identity of the woman in question are slight mood killers though...remember, there was a certain hollywood blockbuster with Elizabeth Taylor in the movies, shortly before this was made. That particular girl was in every tenth comic.