Ahhh, the disasters of the ‘ol matter transmitter machine… fans of a certain George Langelaan story will undoubtedly enjoy this similarly plotted though very different and somber tale which saw print in the March 1953 issue of Weird Mysteries #9, (three years before the timeless classic “The Fly” short story was published in Playboy Magazine.)
So who invented the concept of teleportation in an S/F tale?
TOMORROW: A Double Shot of WTF??!
PS: The Comic Book Catacombs promises that The Killer from Saturn story should be posted there sometime today…check it out by clicking HERE, it’s another Web of Evil classic from the Karswell S/F Archives. Thanks for hosting Chuck!
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