Uncanny Tales 41

Title Published
June 1952 to September 1957
Issue Numbers
1 to 56
Number of Issues
56
Issue Information
Cover Date
March 1956
Sighted Date Stamp
Dec 6
Indicia Frequency
monthly
Indicia Publisher
Prime Publications, Inc.
 
 
Cover Titles
Beyond the Four Doors!
Shadows From the Past!
The Pyramid's Secret!
 
 
Cover Credits
Bill Everett pencils and inks unsigned
Contributions
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Cover Creator Credit
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  H-989 The Pyramid's Secret!

Notes: Two scientists discover the tomb of Ahmen-Hak. To their surprise it contains a book they have written about their discovery... and the life of the ancient Egyptian ruler. - Ger A.
4 pg art Dick Ayers pencils signed
Ernie Bache inks guess

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  H-320 The Disappearance 2 pg text Gene Colan pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-46 Beyond The Four Doors

Notes: Prisoner Amos Jordan finds a way out of his life term. For the prison is only in his mind. - Ger A.
4 pg art Syd Shores pencils signed
Mort Lawrence inks guess

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  H-980 Shadows From The Past!

Notes: Reporter Kirk Dunster develops a spray which let's him see into the past. He uses it so sell photographs, but is it right to play with the dimensions in such a way? - Ger A.
4 pg art Joe Sinnott pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  H-907 Unlucky Thirteen

Notes: All his life Louie Masters had succesfully avoided number thirteen... but today is different. Today thirteen may be his lucky number! - Ger A.
3 pg art Sol Brodsky pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-77 The Richest Man On Earth!

Notes: Joe Bender is always short of money, because he spends it all on charity. But when he buys an antique silver bowl for his wife, he may finally be rewarded. - Ger A.
4 pg art Bill Benulis pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  J-44 The First Man!

Notes: A man arrives at the airport saying he is the first man from Venus... but it's all a publicity act for a new movie. Unfortunately, he impresses the wrong men with his trick. - Ger A.
4 pg art John Forte pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit