Mystery in Space Vol 1 Issue 115, page 3 "Ark"

DC Comics Inc, 1/1/1981.

Price: $175.00

About the item

16 x 10 inches. Fine.

Item #308673

Mystery in Space revived with Mystery In Space #111 (September 1980), edited by Len Wein. The revival replaced DC Comics' only other science fiction anthology title at the time, Time Warp, which had recently ended with issue #5 (July 1980). All the stories in the 1980s version of the title were short one-off tales by a number of writers and artists, including younger artists Marshall Rogers, Michael Golden, Joe Staton, Brian Bolland, and Rick Veitch, and longer-established artists like Steve Ditko, Tom Sutton, Joe Kubert, Carmine Infantino and George Tuska. Despite the line-up the series was not a success, ending after seven issues with #117 (March 1981). "Mystery in Space." Wikipedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Apr. 2015. Page Synopsis: Noah and Einstein are trapped in one of Ark's rooms. The ship does not recognize his voice commands because his voice is strained, therefore making Ark believe he is an intruder.