Film legend, John Carradine guest-stars as Harlow Gault, a billionaire who plans to cheat death by transplanting his brain into the body of a young virile athlete. The plot of "Gault's Brain" is the stuff of pulp horror magazines, boasting a giant, pulsating, one-eyed brain prop in a glass tank (sitting in a wheelchair). You'll either find it outrageously campy...or quite disturbing.
* Marc Andreyko deftly delivers a sequel to this tale in the Wonder Woman '77 comic book story, "The Revenge of Gault's Brain." Check it out!
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When an intergalactic band of thieves known as the Skrill invade Earth, Wonder Woman must stop them from harvesting human minds. She gets a little help from Andros, Jr. (the son of the alien adjudicator she met in 1942), and she battles the evil Sardor — who looks and sounds a lot like Darth Vader. Not surprising since "Mind Stealers from Outer Space" was the show's big two-parter on a new network (CBS) several months after Star Wars hit cinemas.
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Honorable mentions: "Diana's Disappearing Act," "Disco Devil," and "The Starships Are Coming," all of which contain some spooky genre tropes, but not enough to make the list. Do you agree with our list? Did we miss any?