Description: Carl is unhappy with his job. While taking a walk, he finds himself in the prehistoric past and decides to deliberately alter history by destroying creatures there. Returning to his own time, he finds humans are now slaves to giant ants. Then Carl wakes up - he imagined everything. Notes: Partially inspired by Ray Bradbury's story "A Sound of Thunder." Cover art by John Forte. Who Speaks to Sorcerers?, art by John Severin; A man's car breaks down during a stormy night and he comes across a coven of sorcerers. Masquerade text story. The Martians, art by Mort Lawrence; Martians set up a Martian exhibit in a museum but become discouraged when the Earthlings do not prove clever enough to utilize atomic power to make the trip to Mars. But Don't Go Near the Water, art by Ed Winiarski; This story postulates that a girl's reflection in a pond has a life of its own. The Man Who Changed Things!, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Mike Esposito; A scientist thinks about quitting his job for a tire manufacturer until he has a dream about going back into time and changing things and, when he comes forward again, humans are slaves of ant masters. The Green Man!, art by John Forte; A human girl falls in love with a plant man who cannot breathe her atmosphere. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.