This was the
twenty-fifth issue in the 1962 The Twilight Zone comic series, published by Gold Key Comics.
The Twilight Zone (Gold Key)
This issue was published in color as a saddle-stitched pamphlet on newsprint. The size was typical of Standard Silver and Modern Age comics and consisted of 36 pages, including ads. The cover was dated
April, 1968 and priced at twelve cents (American).
This issue contained five stories—four fully illustrated and one in text format. Each of the illustrated stories over one page in length was introduced by
Rod Serling as the Narrator.
In the indicia of this issue, publishing credits switch from
K.K. Publications, Inc. to Western Publishing Company, Inc., although the given address for both remained the same.
THE TWILIGHT ZONE, No. 25, April 1968. Published quarterly by Western Publishing Company, Inc., North Road, Poughkeepsie New York 12602. Second-class postage paid at Poughkeepsie, New York. Subscription price in the U.S.A. 45¢ per year; foreign subscription 75¢ per year; Canadian subscriptions 60¢ per year. All rights reserved throughout the world. Authorized edition. Designed, produced and printed in the U.S.A. by Western Printing & Lithographing Co. Copyright © 1968, 1961, 1960 by Cayuga Productions, Inc.
Type: Story, 9 pages
Credits: Luis Dominguez (Pencils), Luis Dominguez (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
The Ghost In The Drifting Tomb"
Type: Text story, 1 page
Credits: Joe Certa (Pencils), Joe Certa (Inks), machine type (Letters)
Type: Story, 4 pages
Credits: Alex Toth (Pencils), Alex Toth (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
Note: Reprinted from The Twilight Zone (Gold Key) 04 ( August 1963)
Voices from the Twilight Zone"
Type: Story, 2 pages
Credits: George Evans (Pencils), George Evans (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
Note: Reprinted from The Twilight Zone (FC 1288) ( February- April 1962)
Doom by Prediction"
Type: Story, 10 pages
Credits: Reed Crandall (Pencils), Reed Crandall?, George Evans? (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
Summary: A meager airport handyman suddenly finds himself with near omnipotent powers, but will they change his life for the better or worse?
Genre/Subject: Supernatural fiction, Paranormal, Telepathy, Precognition, Urban fantasy
Note: Reprinted from The Twilight Zone (FC 1173) ( March- May 1961)
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