As Mighty Thor and Tales of Asgard took over Atlas/Marvel's Journey into Mystery...
...backup tales like this one were, sadly, slowly squeezed out of the book!
The cleverly-written narration doesn't offer a clue as to which protaganist is speaking.
Of course, we assume it's the human...
Plotted by Stan Lee, scripted and penciled by his brother Larry Lieber (Stan's birth name was "Stanley Leiber"), and inked by Matt Fox, this never-reprinted story from the back of Marvel's Journey into Mystery #100 (1964) was one of the last non-Asgardian tales in the book.
They were discontinued as of #105.
Matt Fox began as a pulp illustrator for Weird Tales, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, and others.
When the pulps died in the early 1950s, he moved to Atlas Comics, where, because he wasn't a fast penciler, he inked others' pencils more often than doing solo pencil-ink assignments.
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