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Captain Arn attempts to become human again through the use "Dynamo's De-Moleculizer."  He dreams of Bonnie and that some day he'll be able to treat her as his wife again -- wink wink.  Unfortunately the machine not only splits him into four different beings, but his mind transfers from one to the other.  Quite a mix-up!  Lee Elias.  
 
The second story is called The Weirdies of Mist Valley.  A newsreporter in the future follows this girl all over the place untl he thinks she's being kidnapped.  In reality both she and he are transported into alien bodies to survive on a weird planet.  Great art, fun powers of the aliens.  Possibly Murphy Anderson.  

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Retro Review: Aliens and Lee Elias Art! 0

 The cover really captures the imagination.  This guy who became four parts alien is suddenly split into four equal creatures and three of them all attacking him!  I used to love this kind of comic book as a kid -- the bright cover, the fantastic premise and silly story were clear draws for me -- along with a large glass of Hi-C punch and 12 cents plunked down for a bit of cheap entertainment. Ultra is our Multi-Alien.  This is the May 1966 issue.  Captain Ace Arn at first is despondent...

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