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Published March 1967 by DC
The Boy Who Could See in the Dark
Otto Binder
Jim Mooney
Curt Swan
Supergirl [also appears as Linda Lee]; Johnny Blank [Prince Valzorr]; Zoxxo; Miss Hart (cameo)
"The Boy Who Could See in the Dark" Supergirl rescues a boy with amnesia found lost at sea. He stays at the orphanage until Linda can figure out where he's really from. She learns that he is a prince from the planet Korvia who is fleeing prosecution for a crime he didn't commit.
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Published March 1967 by DC

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Story Title
The Boy Who Could See in the Dark
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Jim Mooney
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Supergirl [also appears as Linda Lee]; Johnny Blank [Prince Valzorr]; Zoxxo; Miss Hart (cameo)
Storyline
"The Boy Who Could See in the Dark" Supergirl rescues a boy with amnesia found lost at sea. He stays at the orphanage until Linda can figure out where he's really from. She learns that he is a prince from the planet Korvia who is fleeing prosecution for a crime he didn't commit.

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My Father, the Cop!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Linda has to scheme to prevent herself from being adopted to protect her secret identity. She spends 30 days with the Wilkins. Mr. Wilkins is a policeman.

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The Son of Bizarro! [Part 1]
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Wayne Boring
Story Line
Bizarro-Lois gives birth to Bizarro-Jr. No. 1 who, while he thinks like a Bizarro looks like Superman when he was Superbaby. When the child becomes publicly known, Bizarro takes him out into space and stores him in an abandoned space capsule. The capsule crashes on Earth and Bizarro-Jr. No 1 is taken to the same Midvale Orphanage where Linda Lee (Supergirl) lives.

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The Orphan Bizarro! [Part 2]
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Wayne Boring
Story Line
Linda Lee is assigned to watch the newly named baby Buster which lasts until B-Jr. No. 1 remembers the existence of his parents and flies off. Supergirl and Superman take Bizarro Jr. to the Fortress where they have him adopted by two of Superman's robots. During Jr.'s sleep period Supergirl tries to do her chemistry homework and when her heat vision blows up her assignment she thinks she's turned baby Buster into a Bizarro!

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The Bizarro Supergirl! [Part 3]
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Wayne Boring
Story Line
Bizarro-Jr. finds Lex's Imperfect Duplicator while playing in the Fortress of Solitude and creates a Bizarro-Supergirl. Superman and Supergirl decide to return "Buster" to Bizarro World but Bizarro-Supergirl wants to keep him for her own. Bizarro spots his now-acceptable-looking child and leads all the Bizarros into war against Earth to get him back.

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Supergirl's Super-Boy Friends!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
A gift from Phantom Girl is unfortunately made from Red Kryptonite, which makes Supergirl bestow super-powers on her mother, Dick, and Jerro when she kisses them.

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The Secret Origin of Supergirl's Super-Horse!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Comet telepathically tells Supergirl how he was originally human, and loved by the sorceress Circe, until a jealous rival caused him to be changed into a horse.
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Published March 1967 by DC
Clark Kent, Fighting Federal Agent!
Jim Shooter
Wayne Boring
Curt Swan
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; the Acid Master [Phillip Henry Master]; Perry White; Lois Lane
"Clark Kent, Fighting Federal Agent!" The FBI recruits Clark Kent as an undercover agent to pursue the Acid Master. Clark has to carry out the mission while concealing his Superman identity from everyone around him.
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Published March 1967 by DC

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Clark Kent, Fighting Federal Agent!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Wayne Boring
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; the Acid Master [Phillip Henry Master]; Perry White; Lois Lane
Storyline
"Clark Kent, Fighting Federal Agent!" The FBI recruits Clark Kent as an undercover agent to pursue the Acid Master. Clark has to carry out the mission while concealing his Superman identity from everyone around him.

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The Assistant Supergirl!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Supergirl acquires a robot roommate given to her by the grateful people of the planet Denek to assist her in her superhero career, but the robot turns out to be more of a problem than a help.
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Published March 1967 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Shadow Lass and Chemical King

The Adult Legion!
Jim Shooter
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Saturn Woman; Brainiac 5; Timber Wolf; Lightning Man; Cosmic Man; Element Man; Polar Man]; Superman; Power Boy (statue); Ferro Lad (statue) [also as Andrew Nolan]; Shadow Woman (statue); Douglas Nolan; Light Lady; Night Woman; Chemical King (statue); Reflecto (statue); Shrinking Violet (statue); Duplicate Man (statue); Ultra Man; Phantom Woman; Ronn Nah; Arna Nah; Mon-El; Brin Londo; Bran Londo; Loni Londo; Tenzil Kem; Gim Allon; Thom Kallor; Nura Kallor; Chuck Taine; Luornu Taine; Legion of Super-Villains [Saturn Queen; Lightning Lord; Cosmic King]
"The Adult Legion!" Superman is summoned to help the adult Legion investigate acts of sabotage. The Legion discovers the saboteur is Ferro Lad's twin brother, but he has been under the mind control of the Legion of Super-Villains.
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Published March 1967 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Shadow Lass and Chemical King

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Story Title
The Adult Legion!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Saturn Woman; Brainiac 5; Timber Wolf; Lightning Man; Cosmic Man; Element Man; Polar Man]; Superman; Power Boy (statue); Ferro Lad (statue) [also as Andrew Nolan]; Shadow Woman (statue); Douglas Nolan; Light Lady; Night Woman; Chemical King (statue); Reflecto (statue); Shrinking Violet (statue); Duplicate Man (statue); Ultra Man; Phantom Woman; Ronn Nah; Arna Nah; Mon-El; Brin Londo; Bran Londo; Loni Londo; Tenzil Kem; Gim Allon; Thom Kallor; Nura Kallor; Chuck Taine; Luornu Taine; Legion of Super-Villains [Saturn Queen; Lightning Lord; Cosmic King]
Storyline
"The Adult Legion!" Superman is summoned to help the adult Legion investigate acts of sabotage. The Legion discovers the saboteur is Ferro Lad's twin brother, but he has been under the mind control of the Legion of Super-Villains.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
A customer wants Shorty to repair his hourglass.
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It's a Dull Life!
Richard Hughes [as Ace Aquila]
Pete Costanza
Kurt Schaffenberger [as Lou Wahl] (signed)
Joe Pinelli
"It's a Dull Life!"
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It's a Dull Life!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Ace Aquila]
Interior Art
Pete Costanza
Cover Art
Kurt Schaffenberger [as Lou Wahl] (signed)
Character Appearances
Joe Pinelli
Storyline
"It's a Dull Life!"

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Beware of the Blue Hands!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Bob Standish]
Pencils
Chic Stone
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Thanks for the Memories!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Bob Standish]
Pencils
Paul Reinman
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Published March-April 1967 by DC
The School That Had No Class!
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Bob Oksner ?
"The School That Had No Class!"
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Published March-April 1967 by DC

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The School That Had No Class!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Bob Oksner ?
Storyline
"The School That Had No Class!"
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Published March 1967 by Marvel
The Sinister Shocker!
Stan Lee
John Romita
John Romita
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; May Parker; Anna Watson; Mary Jane Watson; Flash Thompson; Gwen Stacy; Harry Osborn; J. Jonah Jameson; Patch [Frederick Foswell]; Shocker [Herman Schultz]
"The Sinister Shocker!"
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Published March 1967 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Sinister Shocker!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
John Romita
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; May Parker; Anna Watson; Mary Jane Watson; Flash Thompson; Gwen Stacy; Harry Osborn; J. Jonah Jameson; Patch [Frederick Foswell]; Shocker [Herman Schultz]
Storyline
"The Sinister Shocker!"
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Published March-April 1967 by DC
Tryton the Terrible
Bob Haney
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy
Aquaman; Aqualad; Mera; Aquababy; Ocean Master (villain); Tryton the Terrible (villain)
"Tryton the Terrible"
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Published March-April 1967 by DC

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Story Title
Tryton the Terrible
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Nick Cardy
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Aqualad; Mera; Aquababy; Ocean Master (villain); Tryton the Terrible (villain)
Storyline
"Tryton the Terrible"
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Published March 1967 by Archie
Rise and Shine
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle
"Rise and Shine" The kids complain to the Mayor about his failure to keep the park clean, but he gets in trouble for hiring his brother-in-law to do the cleaning.
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Published March 1967 by Archie

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Rise and Shine
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Rise and Shine" The kids complain to the Mayor about his failure to keep the park clean, but he gets in trouble for hiring his brother-in-law to do the cleaning.

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The Name Game
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie discovers that the town is haunted by the spirit of the ugly Malarky McGurk, who brings grave misfortune to anyone who utters his name. Don't say "Malarky McGurk!"

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In the Bag
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Reggie and Veronica try to open Archie's bag to see what he's got in there, despite Betty's warnings that they're violating the Constitutional protection against search and seizure.

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Story Title
Remember the Daze
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
A blow to the head gives Archie amnesia, which leads him to kiss Midge.
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Published February 1967 by Archie
Terror In The Center Ring
Frank Doyle
Bill Vigoda
Bob White
Pureheart [Archie Andrews]; Evilheart [Reggie Mantle]; Veronica Lodge; The Mad Clown; Lungwort; Hypno the Great (The Mad Clown in disguise)
"Terror In The Center Ring" While at a circus, a mad clown with murder on his mind kidnaps Veronica because she looks like his ex-wife. When Archie and Reggie can't find Veronica, they become Pureheart and Evilheart to save the young socialite.
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Published February 1967 by Archie

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Story Title
Terror In The Center Ring
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Bill Vigoda
Cover Art
Bob White
Character Appearances
Pureheart [Archie Andrews]; Evilheart [Reggie Mantle]; Veronica Lodge; The Mad Clown; Lungwort; Hypno the Great (The Mad Clown in disguise)
Storyline
"Terror In The Center Ring" While at a circus, a mad clown with murder on his mind kidnaps Veronica because she looks like his ex-wife. When Archie and Reggie can't find Veronica, they become Pureheart and Evilheart to save the young socialite.

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Future Proof
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx and Greg have a fight over what the moon is made from.

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The Vanishing Villain
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
Reggie and Archie watch as Veronica is kidnapped, and Reggie becomes Evilheart. But Archie can't become Pureheart. Only then does the real Veronica show up, the other girl only looked like Veronica. As Evilheart races back, he loses control of his motorcycle thanks to an icy strip of road. Archie then becomes Pureheart and the two heroes duke it out while the Ice Cube kidnaps the real Veronica.
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Published March 1967 by Archie
Of Dates and Nuts
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Hiram Lodge; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; un-named saleslady
"Of Dates and Nuts" Archie has a date with Betty for a formal event, and Veronica breaks it up by sending Betty on the date in a totally inappropriate Mod outfit.
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Published March 1967 by Archie

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Story Title
Of Dates and Nuts
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Hiram Lodge; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; un-named saleslady
Storyline
"Of Dates and Nuts" Archie has a date with Betty for a formal event, and Veronica breaks it up by sending Betty on the date in a totally inappropriate Mod outfit.

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Story Title
Drag Drama
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
When all the boys become obsessed with drag racing, Betty and Veronica try different approaches to get their attention.

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The Reputation
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty accidentally gets herself a reputation as a boy-chaser when Mr. Weatherbee keeps catching her in seemingly compromising positions with boys.

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Story Title
Footwork Frolic
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
After Veronica criticizes Archie's poor dancing skills, he signs up for dancing lessons -- at a school where all the teachers are gorgeous women.
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Published March 1967 by Archie
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Published March 1967 by Marvel
In Our Midst... An Immortal!
Roy Thomas
Don Heck
Gil Kane
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Hercules; Enchantress [Amora]; Ares; Nick Fury; Jasper Sitwell; Dum Dum Dugan
"In Our Midst... An Immortal!"
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Published March 1967 by Marvel

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Story Title
In Our Midst... An Immortal!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Hercules; Enchantress [Amora]; Ares; Nick Fury; Jasper Sitwell; Dum Dum Dugan
Storyline
"In Our Midst... An Immortal!"
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Published March 1967 by DC
The Penguin Takes a Flyer -- Into the Future!
Gardner Fox
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed)
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; The Penguin [Oswald Cobblepot] (villain); Penguin robot (villain); Penguin's gang [Bald Eagle; others un-named] (villains)
"The Penguin Takes a Flyer -- Into the Future!" Penguin attempts to fool the Caped Crusaders into believing that his new tricks are based on futuristic technology. When this fails and his gang is captured the Fowl villain begins using robotic umbrellas against the Dynamic Duo.
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Published March 1967 by DC

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Story Title
The Penguin Takes a Flyer -- Into the Future!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Cover Art
Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; The Penguin [Oswald Cobblepot] (villain); Penguin robot (villain); Penguin's gang [Bald Eagle; others un-named] (villains)
Storyline
"The Penguin Takes a Flyer -- Into the Future!" Penguin attempts to fool the Caped Crusaders into believing that his new tricks are based on futuristic technology. When this fails and his gang is captured the Fowl villain begins using robotic umbrellas against the Dynamic Duo.
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Published March 1967 by Dell
Walter the Wonder Dog
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Henry Scarpelli
? (photograph)
"Walter the Wonder Dog" Dog Walter catches a crook.
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Published March 1967 by Dell

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Walter the Wonder Dog
Writer
?
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Storyline
"Walter the Wonder Dog" Dog Walter catches a crook.

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Story Title
Country Cousins
Script
D. J. Arneson
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The McGloons come from the hills for a visit to the Clampetts.

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Story Title
Hold Thet Line
Script
D. J. Arneson
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
The Hillbillies play professional football.
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Published March 1967 by Dell
Wrong Way Witch
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Henry Scarpelli
? (photograph)
"Wrong Way Witch"
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Published March 1967 by Dell

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Story Title
Wrong Way Witch
Writer
?
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Storyline
"Wrong Way Witch"

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Story Title
Let Darrin Do It
Script
?
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
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Hide the Hero
Script
?
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
Story Line
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Published March 1967 by Charlton
Date In Boothill
Joe Gill ?
José Delbo
José Delbo
Billy the Kid
"Date In Boothill"
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Published March 1967 by Charlton

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Story Title
Date In Boothill
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
José Delbo
Cover Art
José Delbo
Character Appearances
Billy the Kid
Storyline
"Date In Boothill"

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Story Title
A Faster Gun
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
José Delbo
Story Line

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Story Title
The Gold Rush
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Luis Dominguez ?
Story Line

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Story Title
Gunslinger's Reform
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
José Delbo
Story Line
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Published March 1967 by DC
The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III)
Bob Haney
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
"The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III)"
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Published March 1967 by DC

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Story Title
The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III)
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Storyline
"The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III)"

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Story Title
The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III) Part 2
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line

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Story Title
The Junk-Heap Heroes (Book III) Part 3
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
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Published March 1967 by Gold Key
The Thing from the Sea
?
Joe Certa
? (painted; Group 4)
"The Thing from the Sea"
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Published March 1967 by Gold Key

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The Thing from the Sea
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Certa
Cover Art
? (painted; Group 4)
Storyline
"The Thing from the Sea"

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The Mystic Sands
Script
?
Pencils
André LeBlanc
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Ghost Treasure
Script
Gary Poole
Pencils
Win Mortimer
Story Line

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Benefactors from Worlds Beyond
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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The Gypsy Curse
Script
Michele Gazzarri ?
Pencils
Nevio Zeccara
Story Line

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Story Title
The Sleep Walker
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Certa
Story Line
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Published by Gold Key
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Published March 1967 by Charlton
Strings of Punch and Jewlee [sic]
Steve Ditko (plot); David Kaler
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko
Captain Atom; Nightshade; Punch (intro; villain); Jewelee (intro; villain); Ghost (villain)
"Strings of Punch and Jewlee [sic]"
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Published March 1967 by Charlton

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Story Title
Strings of Punch and Jewlee [sic]
Writer
Steve Ditko (plot); David Kaler
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko
Character Appearances
Captain Atom; Nightshade; Punch (intro; villain); Jewelee (intro; villain); Ghost (villain)
Storyline
"Strings of Punch and Jewlee [sic]"

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Story Title
Fights a Submarine
Script
Steve Ditko (plot); Gary Friedrich
Pencils
Steve Ditko
Story Line
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