This was the twenty-sixth issue in the 1962 The Twilight Zone comic series, published by Gold Key Comics.
- Main article: 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 July, 1968 and priced at twelve cents (American).
This issue contained four stories—three fully illustrated and one in text format—accompanied by two fact sheets. Each of the illustrated stories over one page in length was introduced by Rod Serling as the Narrator.
- THE TWILIGHT ZONE, No. 26, July 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.
- "The Bridegroom"
- Type: Story, 10 pages
- Credits: George Evans (Pencils), George Evans (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
- Summary: A Don Juan is arranging a scheme that will set him up for life, but how long will that life be?
- Genre/Subject: Supernatural fiction, Paranormal, Occult, Ghost
- Note: Reprinted: from The Twilight Zone (FC 1288) (February-April 1962)
- "Journeys Into Oblivion"
- "Travelers in the Twilight Zone"
- Type: Fact sheet, 1 page
- Credits: George Evans (Pencils), George Evans (Inks), Jon D'Agostino (Letters)
- Summary: Profiles users with purported psychic talents, such as Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, Shanti Devi and Peter Hurcos, meant as a supplement to the story "Doomed by Prediction".
- Genre/Subject: Paranormal, Telepathy, Telekinesis, Precognition
- "The Visions"
- "The Joiner"
- Type: Story, 10 pages
- Credits: Reed Crandall (Pencils), George Evans (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
- Summary: A feeble man ridiculed by the people closest him finds solace in those not so close to him. Some, in fact, quite, quite distant.
- Genre/Subject: Science fiction, Comedy, Aliens
- Note: Reprinted from The Twilight Zone (FC 1288) (February-April 1962)
- Dinosauria: "Iguanadon"
Notes and references
- Bob Klein and Mike Tiefenbacher. "The Twilight Zone no 26 (1962 series)." Grand Comics Database. Retrieved: July 11, 2009.