Behind another gorgeously painted cover, (this time by Allen Anderson), awaits a tale that some of you may notice bears an uncanny similarity to a particular Theodore Sturgeon yarn first published in the mid 40's. That's right-- it's KILLDOZER!!! (with a few slight differences.) And yes, this wasn't the only time that KD made a comic book appearance, as Marvel Comics later unleashed 20 pages of murderous, mechanized madness in the April 1974 issue of Worlds Unknown #6: The Thing Called... KILLDOZER! --just as ABC Studios let loose in the same year with their own TV movie adaptation starring Clint Walker and Robert Ulrich-- it seemed KILLDOZER was everywhere in '74! So enjoy today's post, and I know, it's not too terribly different from what I normally post around here-- per our current March theme-- so if you really wanna complain about it you'll have to take it up with The Dozer!! From the May 1951 issue of Amazing Adventures #2, artist unknown.