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Published February 1965 by DC
The Rock and the Wall!
Bob Kanigher
Joe Kubert
Joe Kubert
Easy Company (intro); Sgt. Rock; Joe Wall
"The Rock and the Wall!" Joe Wall, the "Wall" of Easy learns that walls may fall but Rocks do not.
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Published February 1965 by DC

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Story Title
The Rock and the Wall!
Writer
Bob Kanigher
Interior Art
Joe Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Kubert
Character Appearances
Easy Company (intro); Sgt. Rock; Joe Wall
Storyline
"The Rock and the Wall!" Joe Wall, the "Wall" of Easy learns that walls may fall but Rocks do not.

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Flying Saddle
Script
?
Pencils
Irv Novick
Story Line
Cowboy Bob Rivers can ride any horse, but on enlisting, he flies planes as if they were bucking broncos.

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The Steel Ribbon!
Script
Bob Kanigher
Pencils
Joe Kubert
Story Line
Medal bands are made of silk, but the men they are awarded to are made of steel.

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The Sparrow and the Hawk!
Script
Bob Kanigher
Pencils
Russ Heath
Story Line
The American Sparrow battles the German Hawk for supremacy in the air over France in W.W.1.

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Mission X!
Script
Bob Kanigher
Pencils
Ross Andru
Story Line
Marty and The Professor land on a mysterious island populated by giant animals, as the island finally sinks beneath the waves they make their escape in an oversized turtle egg shell.

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Story Title
The Silent Jet
Script
Bob Kanigher
Pencils
Joe Kubert (signed)
Story Line
Although planes make many noises, when Nick Brady comes down in the desert he fights enemy horsemen in silence.
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Published February 1965 by DC
Superman--Weakest Man in the World!
Edmond Hamilton
Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Superman; The Four Intergalactic Thiefmasters (villains); The Thorones (intro, villains); Lahla; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen
"Superman--Weakest Man in the World!" The Thiefmasters trap Superman on a red sun world where all the other inhabitants have super-powers and plan to attack Earth unless the powerless Superman can stop them.
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Published February 1965 by DC

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Story Title
Superman--Weakest Man in the World!
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman; The Four Intergalactic Thiefmasters (villains); The Thorones (intro, villains); Lahla; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen
Storyline
"Superman--Weakest Man in the World!" The Thiefmasters trap Superman on a red sun world where all the other inhabitants have super-powers and plan to attack Earth unless the powerless Superman can stop them.

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The Enemy Supergirl!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line
A blood transfusion gives Linda's friend Debbie super-powers, but also affects her sanity, causing her to turn evil and impersonate Supergirl.

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Story Title
"The mine caved in."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by DC
The Bizarro-Legion!
Jerry Siegel
Jim Mooney
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Saturn Girl; Triplicate Girl; Invisible Kid; Lightning Lad; Chameleon Boy; Brainiac 5; Ultra Boy; Mon-El; Light Lass; Element Lad; Cosmic Boy]; Time Trapper; Legion of Stupor-Bizarros [Bizarro-Superboy; Bizarro-Lightning Lad; Bizarro-Invisible Kid; Bizarro-Chameleon Boy; Bizarro-Brainiac 5; Bizarro-Saturn Girl; Bizarro-Ultra Boy; Bizarro-Mon-El; Bizarro-Cosmic Boy]
"The Bizarro-Legion!" The Legion rejects Bizarro-Superboy's request for membership, so he sets off to create his own Legion. But Superboy, with Element Lad's aid, tricks Bizarro-Superboy into disbanding the Bizarro-Legion.
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Published February 1965 by DC

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The Bizarro-Legion!
Writer
Jerry Siegel
Interior Art
Jim Mooney
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Saturn Girl; Triplicate Girl; Invisible Kid; Lightning Lad; Chameleon Boy; Brainiac 5; Ultra Boy; Mon-El; Light Lass; Element Lad; Cosmic Boy]; Time Trapper; Legion of Stupor-Bizarros [Bizarro-Superboy; Bizarro-Lightning Lad; Bizarro-Invisible Kid; Bizarro-Chameleon Boy; Bizarro-Brainiac 5; Bizarro-Saturn Girl; Bizarro-Ultra Boy; Bizarro-Mon-El; Bizarro-Cosmic Boy]
Storyline
"The Bizarro-Legion!" The Legion rejects Bizarro-Superboy's request for membership, so he sets off to create his own Legion. But Superboy, with Element Lad's aid, tricks Bizarro-Superboy into disbanding the Bizarro-Legion.

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"The wall of that new building is falling over!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
Super-Turtle helps some construction workers hold up a falling wall, but is then left holding it by himself when the lunch hour whistle blows.

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The 100 New Feats of Superboy
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
John Sikela
Story Line
Superboy performs 100 feats for charity.
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Nemesis
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Pete Costanza
Kurt Schaffenberg [as Pete Costanza](signed)
Nemesis (Introduction, Origin)
"Nemesis"
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Nemesis
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Interior Art
Pete Costanza
Cover Art
Kurt Schaffenberg [as Pete Costanza](signed)
Character Appearances
Nemesis (Introduction, Origin)
Storyline
"Nemesis"

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Out of Space
Script
?
Pencils
John Forte (signed)
Story Line

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Magic in No Man's Land!
Script
Kurato Osaki
Pencils
Bob Jenney
Story Line
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Published February-March 1965 by DC
The Brainless Brain Surgeon
Arnold Drake (signed)
Mort Drucker (signed)
Mort Drucker
Harvard Harvard III
"The Brainless Brain Surgeon" Bob is mistaken for Dr Killpain, and goes along with it because he likes to play golf.
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Published February-March 1965 by DC

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The Brainless Brain Surgeon
Writer
Arnold Drake (signed)
Interior Art
Mort Drucker (signed)
Cover Art
Mort Drucker
Character Appearances
Harvard Harvard III
Storyline
"The Brainless Brain Surgeon" Bob is mistaken for Dr Killpain, and goes along with it because he likes to play golf.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
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The Medic Gets a Head-Ic
Script
Arnold Drake
Pencils
Mort Drucker
Story Line
Bob gets kidnapped by South American bandits who think he can operate on their leader.

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Story Title
Is There a Doctor in the House?
Script
Arnold Drake
Pencils
Mort Drucker
Story Line

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by Marvel
Where Flies the Beetle...!
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko
Spider-Man; the Beetle [Abner Jenkins]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Betty Brant; Flash Thompson; May Parker; Doris Evans; J. Jonah Jameson
"Where Flies the Beetle...!" When the Beetle is released from prison he plans to take his revenge on the Human Torch and ends up fighting both the Torch and Spider-Man.
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Published February 1965 by Marvel

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Story Title
Where Flies the Beetle...!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko
Character Appearances
Spider-Man; the Beetle [Abner Jenkins]; the Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Betty Brant; Flash Thompson; May Parker; Doris Evans; J. Jonah Jameson
Storyline
"Where Flies the Beetle...!" When the Beetle is released from prison he plans to take his revenge on the Human Torch and ends up fighting both the Torch and Spider-Man.
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Published February 1965 by Archie
Kitchen Kapers
?
Harry Lucey
?
Archie Andrews; Mr. Lodge; Gaston the cook; Veronica Lodge
"Kitchen Kapers" In a weak moment, Gaston allows Archie in the Lodge kitchen to bake a cake for Veronica's birthday, leading to a series of slapstick gags.
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Published February 1965 by Archie

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Kitchen Kapers
Writer
?
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Mr. Lodge; Gaston the cook; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Kitchen Kapers" In a weak moment, Gaston allows Archie in the Lodge kitchen to bake a cake for Veronica's birthday, leading to a series of slapstick gags.

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The Quitter
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Smithers tells Mr. Lodge he is quitting because of Archie's antics. Mr. Lodge tries to get him to stay, but after reviewing the problems Archie has caused him decides to leave with Smithers.

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Wordmanship
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie decides to speak formally and expand his vocabulary, but everyone makes fun of him.

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Black and White
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx's father can't figure how she can get so dirty playing in clean snow.

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Stripe Gripe
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Looking for attention, Archie wears an outfit with horizontal stripes on the shirt and vertical strips on the pants. He is frustrated when everyone ignores the outfit.
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Published February 1965 by Archie
Reflections
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
"Reflections" Betty keeps asking her mirror on the wall to grant her some wishes, and her wishes keep coming true in literal and unsatisfying ways.
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Published February 1965 by Archie

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Story Title
Reflections
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Reflections" Betty keeps asking her mirror on the wall to grant her some wishes, and her wishes keep coming true in literal and unsatisfying ways.

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Story Title
Look!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line

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Story Title
Special Date
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
When Betty says she has a "very special date" tonight, Veronica instantly works to sabotage it.

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Stringing Along
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie and the guys come to the rescue when Mr. Weatherbee cancels a performance by the girls' favorite rock n' roll group, the Whamos.

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Story Title
Magic Moment
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica torments her friends with magic tricks she learned from her great uncle, the Marvelous Mysto.
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Published February 1965 by Archie

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?
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Published February 1965 by Archie
Satellite Satire
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Bill Kresse
?
"Satellite Satire" Residents of the Moon are upset because the Earth keeps firing satellites at them.
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Published February 1965 by Archie

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Satellite Satire
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Kresse
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"Satellite Satire" Residents of the Moon are upset because the Earth keeps firing satellites at them.

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Bag Gag
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Bellboys on Venus have four arms, which leaves one free for tips.

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Stitch Pitch
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The problems of being a tailor for all the various types of super-heroes.

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Living Proof!
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards ?
Story Line
Captain Sprocket leads an expedition to the planet Zoogo, but finds someone flying a kite when they get there.

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"Presenting the itty-bittiest hero in the super guy business..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The other super-heroes make fun of the tiny Mighty Inch, but he's the one who defeats the Green Terror.

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Light Flight!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Professor Transistor invents a rocket ship that goes faster than light. That way he can overtake light waves and watch yesterday's television programs.

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Story Title
Everyday Super Guys
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
What would happen if everyday people were superheroes?

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Story Title
Super Rat Fink
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Super Rat Fink commits many little annoying crimes in revenge for Earth beaming TV commercials to his planet.

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Story Title
Dr. Neutron: Part 2
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards ?
Story Line
Dr. Neutron has Captain Sprocket ready to be sliced into ice cubes, but is interrupted by Super Sally and her gang of super-heroes.
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Published February 1965 by Archie
The Forest Prime Evil
Frank Doyle
Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz ?
Archie Andrews [as Robin Arch]; Jughead Jones [as Little Jug]; Moose Mason [as Friar Tuck]; Betty Cooper [as Maid Marion]; Reggie Mantle [as Sheriff of Nottingham]
"The Forest Prime Evil" Little Jug joins Robin Arch and his Merry Men to free Maid Marion from the Sheriff of Nottingham.
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Published February 1965 by Archie

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Story Title
The Forest Prime Evil
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz ?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews [as Robin Arch]; Jughead Jones [as Little Jug]; Moose Mason [as Friar Tuck]; Betty Cooper [as Maid Marion]; Reggie Mantle [as Sheriff of Nottingham]
Storyline
"The Forest Prime Evil" Little Jug joins Robin Arch and his Merry Men to free Maid Marion from the Sheriff of Nottingham.

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Story Title
The Happy Accident
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Miss Grundy doesn't think Mr. Weatherbee should assume that Jughead is responsible for anything that goes wrong at the school. But a series of incidents seems to prove Mr. Weatherbee is right.

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Story Title
In the Dark
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx turns on every light in the house so Santa Claus won't miss their house.

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Story Title
Shadow Play
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead gets in trouble with Mr. Weatherbee when he's making shadow pictures on the wall instead of studying.

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Story Title
Ship a Hooey
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead paints a picture of a sailing ship, but a neighbor boy hits it with a slingshot and it sinks.

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Wishy Washy
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz ?
Story Line
Archie and Reggie bang heads during football practice. While recovering, Archie discovers that when he wishes for things, they happen.

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Story Title
A Feather in Her Cap
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty explains the newest fad--feathers in a hat--to Ethel.

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Story Title
Class Clown
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
Story Line
Jughead gives a smart-aleck answer to Miss Grundy's math story problem.

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Cool Romance
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Moose thinks he's got a date with Gloria, but doesn't realize she turned him down.

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Crossed Wires
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Moose wants to send a telegram, but is confused on the procedure.
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Published February 1965 by Charlton
Sniper Hunt
Joe Gill ?
Charles Nicholas
Dick Giordano ?
"Sniper Hunt"
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Published February 1965 by Charlton

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Story Title
Sniper Hunt
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas
Cover Art
Dick Giordano ?
Storyline
"Sniper Hunt"

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Story Title
A Tool for Every Job
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas ?
Story Line

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The Winter of Death
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line

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Tiger Without Claws
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Bill Fraccio
Story Line

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The Booby-Traps
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Bill Molno ?
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by Charlton
The Steel Coffin
?
Charles Nicholas
Pat Masulli ?
"The Steel Coffin"
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Published February 1965 by Charlton

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Story Title
The Steel Coffin
Writer
?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas
Cover Art
Pat Masulli ?
Storyline
"The Steel Coffin"

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Story Title
Night Raider
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Molno
Story Line

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Hidden Enemy
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Fraccio ?
Story Line

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Fast Armor
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Molno
Story Line

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Story Title
Doom Squad
Script
?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line
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Published February-March 1965 by DC
Case of the Hooded Hijackers!
Gardner Fox
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; The "Highbrow" Dillon Gang (villains); Jean Loring; Bullets Andrews (villain); Hooded Hijackers (villains)
"Case of the Hooded Hijackers!" The Atom and Jean Loring become embroiled in a struggle between rival criminal gangs.
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Published February-March 1965 by DC

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Story Title
Case of the Hooded Hijackers!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; The "Highbrow" Dillon Gang (villains); Jean Loring; Bullets Andrews (villain); Hooded Hijackers (villains)
Storyline
"Case of the Hooded Hijackers!" The Atom and Jean Loring become embroiled in a struggle between rival criminal gangs.

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Story Title
Jules Verne's Crystal Ball!
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Gil Kane
Story Line
The Atom travels back to the year 1888 and helps writer Jules Verne recover the crystal ball of Nostradamus from a gang of thieves.
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First Appearance of Count Nefaria

Trapped in... The Castle of Count Nefaria!
Stan Lee
Don Heck
Jack Kirby
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Giant-Man [Henry Pym]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Thor [Donald Blake]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Rick Jones; Teen Brigade; Maggia (introduction); Count Nefaria [Luchino Nefaria] (introduction); Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic; Thing; Invisible Girl; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]] (cameo)
"Trapped in... The Castle of Count Nefaria!" When Count Nefaria, the head of the crime organization known as the Maggia, moves his European castle to New Jersey, he invites the Avengers to be his guests at the castle's opening day. However, he then creates duplicates of the Avengers who go to Washington DC to take over the government.
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Published February 1965 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Count Nefaria

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Story Title
Trapped in... The Castle of Count Nefaria!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Giant-Man [Henry Pym]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Thor [Donald Blake]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Rick Jones; Teen Brigade; Maggia (introduction); Count Nefaria [Luchino Nefaria] (introduction); Fantastic Four [Mr. Fantastic; Thing; Invisible Girl; Human Torch [Johnny Storm]] (cameo)
Storyline
"Trapped in... The Castle of Count Nefaria!" When Count Nefaria, the head of the crime organization known as the Maggia, moves his European castle to New Jersey, he invites the Avengers to be his guests at the castle's opening day. However, he then creates duplicates of the Avengers who go to Washington DC to take over the government.
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Published February 1965 by DC
Partners in Plunder!
France Herron
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Carmine Infantino
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; The Penguin [Oswald Cobblepot] (villain); The Penguin's gang [Herbie; Charlie; others un-named] (villains)
"Partners in Plunder!" The Penguin uses an umbrella barrage to trick Batman into planning his next crime for him.
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Story Title
Partners in Plunder!
Writer
France Herron
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Cover Art
Carmine Infantino
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; The Penguin [Oswald Cobblepot] (villain); The Penguin's gang [Herbie; Charlie; others un-named] (villains)
Storyline
"Partners in Plunder!" The Penguin uses an umbrella barrage to trick Batman into planning his next crime for him.

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Story Title
A Bad Day for Batman!
Script
France Herron
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Story Line
Batman tells the press about his bad day, in which he returns to the scene of a previous case to retrieve some rope, and spots a jewel thief. He pursues, but a series of bad breaks allows the felon to escape.

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Story Title
Fingerprint Facts
Script
Julius Schwartz
Pencils
Morris Waldinger
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by Gold Key
Domestic Animals, Number 16: The Beagle
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"Domestic Animals, Number 16: The Beagle"
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Published February 1965 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Domestic Animals, Number 16: The Beagle
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Storyline
"Domestic Animals, Number 16: The Beagle"

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"No! We can't take any chances!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Vinny, I want you to do an interview on Col. Weatherbeat..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Dancing in the Dark
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Hmm! Everybody's wearing new hats!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Let's see how well you guys do in the tank driving test!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
The Potato Peeler
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
The Big Catch
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by Charlton
Paupers Die Young
Joe Gill ?
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Dick Giordano ?
Black Fury
"Paupers Die Young"
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Published February 1965 by Charlton

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Story Title
Paupers Die Young
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Cover Art
Dick Giordano ?
Character Appearances
Black Fury
Storyline
"Paupers Die Young"

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Story Title
The Gunslinger
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line

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Reign of Terror
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Survival
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line

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Story Title
A Time to Mourn
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Story Line
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Published February 1965 by DC
Blackhawk and the Beasts
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; Professor Eric Millard
"Blackhawk and the Beasts" The Blackhawks search a swamp for escaped convicts, but a strange gas turns Hendrickson, Olaf, and Stanislaus into beasts. Blackhawk is captured by a scientist who has invented a transformation gas. The gas affects evolution and has caused the previous transformations.
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Published February 1965 by DC

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Story Title
Blackhawk and the Beasts
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; Professor Eric Millard
Storyline
"Blackhawk and the Beasts" The Blackhawks search a swamp for escaped convicts, but a strange gas turns Hendrickson, Olaf, and Stanislaus into beasts. Blackhawk is captured by a scientist who has invented a transformation gas. The gas affects evolution and has caused the previous transformations.

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Story Title
Blackhawk and the Beasts (Part 2)
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Professor Millard's gas turns Blackhawk into a futuristic man with telepathic powers. While Professor Millard makes preparations to turn himself into a super-genius, Blackhawk uses his mental powers to gather the rest of the Blackhawks together. This leads to a showdown between the super-minds of Blackhawk and the Professor.

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Story Title
The Mission That Failed
Script
George Kashdan
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Blackhawks bomb a beach full of ammo dumps and vehicles, but are stunned when reconnaissance photos the next day show all the supplies back in place. They have to make a sea raid to find out what happened.

Other Story

Story Title
"Here's the layout of the bank we're going to hold up tomorrow."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Mopey's get-away driver is too law-abiding.
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Published February 1965 by Gold Key
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Very Good 4.0

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Published February 1965 by Gold Key

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