Real Name: George (last name unrevealed)

Identity/Class: Human;
(Post-World War II era) (see comments)

Occupation: Hunter

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Johnny, Rita

Enemies: None

Known Relatives: Johnny (son), Rita (wife)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: hunting lodge in an unnamed location;
Post-World War II era

First Appearance: Uncanny Tales I#23/6 (August, 1954)

Powers/Abilities: George was a skilled hunter, and a very quick wit. He possessed a magic horn.

History: (Uncanny Tales I#23/6 (fb) - BTS) - George was always being asked questions by his son Johnny. George would always Johnny's questions in great detail, only to have Johnny repeat the same question moments later. George grew disillusioned with teaching his son anything.

(Uncanny Tales I#23/6) - George began answering all of Johnny's questions with outlandish lies. He told Johnny he could fly if he flapped his arms, the sun went down at night because it was lazy, and numerous other fibs. When Johnny asked where he came from George told him the stork brought him after George blew a magic horn. George handed Johnny his moose-calling horn only to find out the horn really was magic. Johnny blew the horn, and within moments the sky was flooded with storks delivering hundreds of babies to George's hunting lodge.

Comments: Created by an unnamed writer and Sheldon Moldoff.

As with many 1950's and 1960's Marvel monster stories, this story is not confirmed as part of Earth-616 continuity, but there's nothing to exclude it either.
    --Leave it in unless something rules it out!--Snood.

This story was reprinted in Crypt of Shadows#8.


George has no known connection to:

Johnny has no known connection to:


Curious child who always asked his father George questions. When George told him a magic horn brought babies, Johnny couldn't resist using it. The horn summoned hundreds of infants.

--Uncanny Tales I#23/6(fb) - BTS (23/6







magic horn

When used it summoned storks carrying infants.

--Uncanny Tales I#23/6






George's wife, who disapproved of the lies George told her son Johnny. She read a child psychology book by Dr. Brainmore that reinforced her feelings that George was doing a poor job of raising their child.

--Uncanny Tales I#23/6





Uncanny Tales I#23/6 p1, pan1;
(Johnny) Uncanny Tales I#23/6, p2, pan6;
(magic horn) Uncanny Tales I#23/6, p3, pan4;
(Rita) Uncanny Tales I#23/6, p3, pan2

Crypt of Shadows#8 (January, 1973)

Last updated: 11/10/04

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