Book Information:Cover Date: Aug 1964
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In this issue, we learn of one thing that the watcher sacrifice’s for his oath and duty, how non interference can extend to love itself. it is a sad tale, of how he must forsake love; and live with that, but not without its flaws. In this issue, we see the watcher, “show himself” to the aliens on the distant world. the purpose, to intervene without doing anything. this task works, he saves the life of a Queen, and had to not even lift a finger. However, I pose, is this not ‘interfering?’ is there not a flaw in the way the watcher lives out his oath, of watching, more so given he can watch without being seen? Any of you who have read the Tales of the Watcher feature from Takes Of Suspense #56, I would love to hear what you think about this?