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Marvel’s Worlds Unknown No. 5, featuring “Black Destroyer” by A. E. Van Vogt, story adapted by Roy Thomas, cover by Gil Kane, February, 1974.  (via Marvel Database)  This version of Coeurl the feline alien probably inspired the appearance of the displacer beast in D&D.  See also several versions of Coeurl.

Marvel’s Worlds Unknown No. 5, featuring “Black Destroyer” by A. E. Van Vogt, story adapted by Roy Thomas, cover by Gil Kane, February, 1974.  (via Marvel Database)  This version of Coeurl the feline alien probably inspired the appearance of the displacer beast in D&D.  See also several versions of Coeurl.

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