Three Otto Binder pieces bear some resemblances. The later ones certainly weren't rewrites, but when Binder sat down to write anew, evidently he was inspired by his earlier work. The resemblance of the first two is old news, but I just read the third and had to compare it to the second to reassure myself that it is indeed a new novel.
In "Menace from the Future World" in All
Winners 21 (Winter,
1947), Future Man, who has mental powers, fights
All Winners Squad, who are led by Captain America. To clear 20th Century Earth
for his people of 1,000,000 A.D. Earth to inhabit, Future Man
intends to use
super-science weapons of extermination on five continents.
In The Avengers Battle the
Earth-Wrecker (1967), Karzz, an
alien from the future,
fights the Avengers, who are led by Captain America. He's hidden
world-wrecking super weapons in four corners of the globe, as he wants
to create an alternate time-line where 70th Century Earth
never stands in the way of his galactic conquests.
In The Mind from Outer Space
the alien Jorzz, a free mind with mental powers,is after
segments of a super-science secret hidden 35,000 years earlier in four
corners of the globe, one that will enable him to conquer the
galaxy as he had planned to before he was disembodied back then. The
heroes from a scientific think tank fight him with technological
The heroes jokingly refer to Jorzz a number of times as "Mister Mind."