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Vault of Evil (1973) - #4
Marvel


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Cover Date: August 1973
Cover Price: US $ 0.20

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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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The old mill in the Black Forest of Germany has watched for many years the evil that it's miller, Kurt Braun, has committed in getting his job done. Once more, he hires a new helper, but as in the past, Braun quickly makes an enemy of his new helper through his acts of cruelty. Finally, Braun fires this latest helper who brings a dose of karma to Braun.

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Tony Trent, a convicted bank robber and murderer, was awaiting the electric chair until he escaped from Death Block. Trent makes his way to an old shack in the woods and convinces the old hermit living inside to throw the cops off his trail with a deal. The deal backfires on Trent when the hermit decides to kill him anyways. But before he dies, Trent issues a curse that his face will haunt the hermit right up until the time of his death.

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Doctor Raymond Mantell is a man of science who recounts the tale of one of his fellow scientists, Professor Charles Norton. Norton explains about his experiments on making smarter dogs with selective breeding and electrical impulses to stimulate mental aptitude. Norton's experiments were a success and posed a question to him that ultimately drove him insane... "who is really the master, man or the dog?"

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