In recent days, Steve Does Comics' readers have gasped, thrilled and trembled at the nightmare creatures Tales to Astonish and Strange Tales have thrown at us - but just what terrors can a pre-Thor Journey into Mystery unleash?
Why, it seems it can unleash some oddly familiar names and faces...
If ever you needed proof Britain and America really are two countries separated by a common language, it has to be the terror of Shagg.
Somehow I don't think the unstoppable Shagg would've been approved by the Comics Code in this country.
Rather appropriately, the comic that was to give us Thor gives us giant Vikings from space.
Orogo, the thing from beyond!
Beyond what, I have no idea.
The Awesome might of Gomdulla.
Am I the only one who suspects Howard the Duck is beneath those bandages?
Goliath, the monster that - like Frankie Valli - walks like a man.
Gruto, the creature from nowhere!
Kaptured by Korilla!
I do wonder just how many monster names Stan Lee could come up with that were variations of the word, "Gorilla."
I don't have a clue what that thing is but it's easily the coolest-looking monster in this post.
Zog! What more needs to be said?
Rro! Stan wasn't really trying with that name, was he?
A strangely familiar name and a strangely familiar face.
That's that thing where you film your chin upside down and stick false eyes on it, isn't it?
We've had the Hulk. We might as well finish off with his old foe the Glob.
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