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Published March 1969 by Charlton
Captain Costello Meets Whirligig
Steve Skeates
Henry Scarpelli
Henry Scarpelli
Abbott; Costello [as Captain Costello]; Whirligig (villain); Agent 373 of E.S.P.I.O.N.A.G.E.; Zen Men; Dr. Op (villain)
"Captain Costello Meets Whirligig"
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Published March 1969 by Charlton

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Story Title
Captain Costello Meets Whirligig
Writer
Steve Skeates
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
Henry Scarpelli
Character Appearances
Abbott; Costello [as Captain Costello]; Whirligig (villain); Agent 373 of E.S.P.I.O.N.A.G.E.; Zen Men; Dr. Op (villain)
Storyline
"Captain Costello Meets Whirligig"

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The Return of Whirligig
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
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There's Always a Catch
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
?
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Hip Talk
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
?
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A Day In Spring
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
?
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Big Deal
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
George Wildman
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Hung-Up
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
?
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Gland Slam!
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
?
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Hansel & Gesudnheit
Script
Steve Skeates
Pencils
Richard "Grass" Green
Story Line
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Published March 1969 by DC
The Battle of the Super-Pets!
Jerry Siegel
Jim Mooney
Curt Swan
Supergirl [also appears as Linda Lee]; Streaky; Krypto; Superman; The Interplanetary Multi-Dimensional Practical Jokers Club; Super-Monkey (cameo); Mr. Mxyzptlk (image)
"The Battle of the Super-Pets!" Supergirl devises a series of contests between Streaky and Krypto.
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Published March 1969 by DC

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The Battle of the Super-Pets!
Writer
Jerry Siegel
Interior Art
Jim Mooney
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Supergirl [also appears as Linda Lee]; Streaky; Krypto; Superman; The Interplanetary Multi-Dimensional Practical Jokers Club; Super-Monkey (cameo); Mr. Mxyzptlk (image)
Storyline
"The Battle of the Super-Pets!" Supergirl devises a series of contests between Streaky and Krypto.

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The Bride of Mr. Mxyzptlk!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Mr. Mxyzptlk decides to pester Supergirl while Superman is away from Earth, so he first changes many people into Bizarros and then restores Supergirl's Kryptonian parents to life, before deciding that Supergirl should marry him.

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Supergirl's Farewell to Earth
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Superman punishes Supergirl for revealing her existence to Krypto. But Supergirl discovers a secret about Superman all by herself.

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The War Between Supergirl and the Supermen Emergency Squad!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Wayne Boring
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John Kiley tricks Superman into revealing he's Clark Kent. After trapping Clark Kent with Kryptonite, Supergirl and the Superman Emergency Squad spring into action.

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Supergirl's Greatest Challenge!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
Supergirl helps out Legionnaires; then defeats Chameleon Men imposters.
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Published March 1969 by DC
Alias Super-Thief!
Otto Binder
Curt Swan
Neal Adams
Superman; Agent Zero-Zero [disguised as Clark Kent]; Jud Blake; "Duke" Dugan; "Gem" Horton; "Foxy" Fagan; "Dealer" Wheeler
"Alias Super-Thief!" The amnesiac Superman now believes that he is a criminal called Super-Thief and even leads his gang in crimes.
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Published March 1969 by DC

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Alias Super-Thief!
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Superman; Agent Zero-Zero [disguised as Clark Kent]; Jud Blake; "Duke" Dugan; "Gem" Horton; "Foxy" Fagan; "Dealer" Wheeler
Storyline
"Alias Super-Thief!" The amnesiac Superman now believes that he is a criminal called Super-Thief and even leads his gang in crimes.

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"That plane can't land."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
When the tire of a plane blows out in mid-air, Super-Turtle flies up and replaces it with a spare. He comments that if the plane had been on the ground he'd have to jack it up.

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No Mercy for Supergirl!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
Story Line
The Avenger, an alien from the planet Sarkon, sentences Supergirl to death for "killing" a plant and a butterfly during her college studies as Linda Danvers.
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Published March 1969 by DC
Twelve Hours to Live!
Jim Shooter
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Win Mortimer
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Duo Damsel; Brainiac 5; Princess Projectra; Karate Kid]; Lana Lang; Jonathan Kent; Martha Kent; The Fatal Five [Validus; Persuader; Tharok; Emerald Empress; Mano]; Myron Marks
"Twelve Hours to Live!" During a celebration of Brainiac 5's birthday, several Legionnaires are poisoned. While Superboy and Duo Damsel struggle with telling their parents, Karate Kid heads out on a suicide mission in search of the Fatal Five. Karate Kid disrupts their plans, then returns to Legion headquarters, where all the Legionnaires seemingly drop dead.
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Published March 1969 by DC

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Story Title
Twelve Hours to Live!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Win Mortimer
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Duo Damsel; Brainiac 5; Princess Projectra; Karate Kid]; Lana Lang; Jonathan Kent; Martha Kent; The Fatal Five [Validus; Persuader; Tharok; Emerald Empress; Mano]; Myron Marks
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"Twelve Hours to Live!" During a celebration of Brainiac 5's birthday, several Legionnaires are poisoned. While Superboy and Duo Damsel struggle with telling their parents, Karate Kid heads out on a suicide mission in search of the Fatal Five. Karate Kid disrupts their plans, then returns to Legion headquarters, where all the Legionnaires seemingly drop dead.
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Published March-April 1969 by DC
A-Creep in the Deep!
Howard Post
Bob Oksner
Bob Oksner
Jerry Lewis; Renfrew
"A-Creep in the Deep!"
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Published March-April 1969 by DC

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Story Title
A-Creep in the Deep!
Writer
Howard Post
Interior Art
Bob Oksner
Cover Art
Bob Oksner
Character Appearances
Jerry Lewis; Renfrew
Storyline
"A-Creep in the Deep!"

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"Any port in a storm..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Bob Oksner
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The Jolly Queen Giant!
Script
Howard Post
Pencils
Bob Oksner
Story Line
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Published March 1969 by Marvel
Spider-Man Wanted!
John Romita (plot); Stan Lee (script)
John Romita (layouts); Jim Mooney (pencils)
John Romita
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Kingpin; J. Jonah Jameson; Gwen Stacy; Captain Stacy; Robbie Robertson; Randy Robertson; Josh; Dean Corliss; Ned Leeds
"Spider-Man Wanted!" Still on the lam, Spidey hides the tablet in Peter's closet. The Kingpin breaks jail vowing to get Spider-Man and the tablet. Spidey obliges him and the two battle. In the middle of the battle, JJJ driven by Ned Leeds appears and calls for the police. A mysterious car with a woman(?) driver appears and the Kingpin gets away, unsatisfied. Faced with yet another rant from Jameson, Spider-Man turns and starts to rant right back causing JJJ to have an apparently fatal heart attack. Is Spider-Man a murderer!?
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Published March 1969 by Marvel

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Story Title
Spider-Man Wanted!
Writer
John Romita (plot); Stan Lee (script)
Interior Art
John Romita (layouts); Jim Mooney (pencils)
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Kingpin; J. Jonah Jameson; Gwen Stacy; Captain Stacy; Robbie Robertson; Randy Robertson; Josh; Dean Corliss; Ned Leeds
Storyline
"Spider-Man Wanted!" Still on the lam, Spidey hides the tablet in Peter's closet. The Kingpin breaks jail vowing to get Spider-Man and the tablet. Spidey obliges him and the two battle. In the middle of the battle, JJJ driven by Ned Leeds appears and calls for the police. A mysterious car with a woman(?) driver appears and the Kingpin gets away, unsatisfied. Faced with yet another rant from Jameson, Spider-Man turns and starts to rant right back causing JJJ to have an apparently fatal heart attack. Is Spider-Man a murderer!?
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Published March-April 1969 by DC
The River of No Return!
Howie Post
Howie Post (signed)
Howie Post (signed)
Anthro; Lart; Ne-Ahn; Do-Ahn; Ita
"The River of No Return!" After escaping from the City of Flame, Anthro is separated from his family and lost when their raft overturns. He finds a tribe of Bear People which turns out to be the tribe of his father, who was cast out many years ago.
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Published March-April 1969 by DC

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Story Title
The River of No Return!
Writer
Howie Post
Interior Art
Howie Post (signed)
Cover Art
Howie Post (signed)
Character Appearances
Anthro; Lart; Ne-Ahn; Do-Ahn; Ita
Storyline
"The River of No Return!" After escaping from the City of Flame, Anthro is separated from his family and lost when their raft overturns. He finds a tribe of Bear People which turns out to be the tribe of his father, who was cast out many years ago.
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Published March-April 1969 by DC
Underworld Reward!
Steve Skeates
Jim Aparo
Nick Cardy
Aquaman; Mera (flashback); Aqualad; Aquababy (flashback)
"Underworld Reward!"
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Published March-April 1969 by DC

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Story Title
Underworld Reward!
Writer
Steve Skeates
Interior Art
Jim Aparo
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Mera (flashback); Aqualad; Aquababy (flashback)
Storyline
"Underworld Reward!"
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Published March 1969 by Archie
Sue Sue Baby
?
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
"Sue Sue Baby" Since Archie is afraid to ask Veronica out when he's strapped for cash, Veronica decides to figure out a way for Archie to make some money.
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Published March 1969 by Archie

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Sue Sue Baby
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Sue Sue Baby" Since Archie is afraid to ask Veronica out when he's strapped for cash, Veronica decides to figure out a way for Archie to make some money.

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A False Move
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx gets advance warning of her friend George's new hair growth.

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Sob Story
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Incensed over Veronica flaunting her new mink coat in front of Betty, Jughead runs the grand champion of all guilt-trips on the heiress for even having a mink coat to start with.

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The Name Of The Game
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica and Archie are testing a new adventure board game from one of Mr. Lodge's companies. However, when Betty hears what's happening to Archie in the game, she assumes it's actually happened.

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Nothing To Sneeze At
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
When Archie is attracted to Veronica because she's wearing attractive, skimpy outfits despite the cold weather, Betty decides she'll do the same.
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Published March 1969 by Archie
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Published March 1969 by DC
The Case of the Purr-loined Pearl!
Frank Robbins
Irv Novick
Neal Adams
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner James Gordon; the Feline Furies; Catwoman [Selina Kyle] (villain)
"The Case of the Purr-loined Pearl!"
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Published March 1969 by DC

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The Case of the Purr-loined Pearl!
Writer
Frank Robbins
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner James Gordon; the Feline Furies; Catwoman [Selina Kyle] (villain)
Storyline
"The Case of the Purr-loined Pearl!"
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Published March-April 1969 by DC
A Time To Die
Denny O'Neil
Steve Ditko (pages 1-11); Jack Sparling (pages 12-24)
Gil Kane
The Creeper [Jack Ryder]; Proteus; Rip Cord; Governor Harley Ellison; Bill Brane; Vera Sweet
"A Time To Die"
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Published March-April 1969 by DC

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Story Title
A Time To Die
Writer
Denny O'Neil
Interior Art
Steve Ditko (pages 1-11); Jack Sparling (pages 12-24)
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
The Creeper [Jack Ryder]; Proteus; Rip Cord; Governor Harley Ellison; Bill Brane; Vera Sweet
Storyline
"A Time To Die"
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Published March 1969 by Charlton
The Annihilator
?
José Delbo
José Delbo
Billy the Kid
"The Annihilator"
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Published March 1969 by Charlton

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Story Title
The Annihilator
Writer
?
Interior Art
José Delbo
Cover Art
José Delbo
Character Appearances
Billy the Kid
Storyline
"The Annihilator"

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Story Title
untitled
Script
Denny O'Neil [as Sergius O'Shaughnessy]
Pencils
Pat Boyette
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Buffalo Bill Army Scout
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published March-April 1969 by DC
Beach Dummy!
?
?
Bob Oksner
Binky Biggs; Peggy Baxter; Sherwood; Li'l Allergy
"Beach Dummy!" Sherwood taunts Binky for not being able to swim with clothes on.
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Beach Dummy!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Bob Oksner
Character Appearances
Binky Biggs; Peggy Baxter; Sherwood; Li'l Allergy
Storyline
"Beach Dummy!" Sherwood taunts Binky for not being able to swim with clothes on.

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"Hold still, Miss. I want to take your picture."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Peggy gets photographed at the beach.

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Where There's a Will...
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Benny's weak will power gets him two dates for the same night.

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Puppy Love!
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Buzzy gets a big puppy dog.

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Winter Ice-Folly
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The buddies attend the hockey team tryouts.
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Published March 1969 by Gold Key
The Thing Called Illona
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Sal Trapani
? (painting)
"The Thing Called Illona"
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Published March 1969 by Gold Key

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Story Title
The Thing Called Illona
Writer
?
Interior Art
Sal Trapani
Cover Art
? (painting)
Storyline
"The Thing Called Illona"

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Behemoth
Script
?
Pencils
Art Saaf
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The Metamorphs
Script
?
Pencils
Mike Roy
Story Line

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Death Is the Hunter
Script
?
Pencils
John Celardo
Story Line
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Published March 1969 by Gold Key
Car Wash
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Tony Strobl
"Car Wash"
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Story Title
Car Wash
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Tony Strobl
Storyline
"Car Wash"

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The Tidbit Tooter
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Fred Abranz
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The Lost Falls
Script
?
Pencils
?
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"Hi yah, Doc! How's business?"
Script
?
Pencils
John Carey
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"Fellow vegetable lovers! I have gweat news for us!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Published March 1969 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Captain America

Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!
Jim Steranko (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Jim Steranko
Jim Steranko (signed)
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; HYDRA; Madame Hydra; Rick Jones; Man-Killer (HYDRA robot)
"Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!" Cap is ambushed by HYDRA assassins at the command of Madame Hydra. The mission fails and later Rick Jones joins Cap in a training session. Alone, Rick picks up a message meant for Cap that causes him to hallucinate. Abducted by Hydra Cap searches for Rick and is attacked by a Hydra robot. Rick escapes & tries to warn Cap, who realizes he could make a good partner. Cap appears to leap from a rooftop into the river through a barrage of HYDRA gunfire. The police only find his costume and a mask with the facial features of Steve Rogers, suggesting "Rogers" was a fake identity.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Captain America

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Story Title
Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!
Writer
Jim Steranko (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Interior Art
Jim Steranko
Cover Art
Jim Steranko (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; HYDRA; Madame Hydra; Rick Jones; Man-Killer (HYDRA robot)
Storyline
"Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!" Cap is ambushed by HYDRA assassins at the command of Madame Hydra. The mission fails and later Rick Jones joins Cap in a training session. Alone, Rick picks up a message meant for Cap that causes him to hallucinate. Abducted by Hydra Cap searches for Rick and is attacked by a Hydra robot. Rick escapes & tries to warn Cap, who realizes he could make a good partner. Cap appears to leap from a rooftop into the river through a barrage of HYDRA gunfire. The police only find his costume and a mask with the facial features of Steve Rogers, suggesting "Rogers" was a fake identity.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel
Rebirth!
Arnold Drake
Dick Ayers
Barry Windsor-Smith (signed)
Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Zo; Una (death); Aakon; Yon-Rogg; Carol Danvers; General
"Rebirth!" Captain Marvel gains new powers. Una dies.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel

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Story Title
Rebirth!
Writer
Arnold Drake
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Barry Windsor-Smith (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Zo; Una (death); Aakon; Yon-Rogg; Carol Danvers; General
Storyline
"Rebirth!" Captain Marvel gains new powers. Una dies.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel
Pray For Simon Savage!
Gary Friedrich
Don Heck (see note)
Don Heck
V: Major Nagasha (I)
"Pray For Simon Savage!"
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Published March 1969 by Marvel

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Story Title
Pray For Simon Savage!
Writer
Gary Friedrich
Interior Art
Don Heck (see note)
Cover Art
Don Heck
Character Appearances
V: Major Nagasha (I)
Storyline
"Pray For Simon Savage!"
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Published March 1969 by Charlton
The Ghost of Monument Valley
Joe Gill
Pat Boyette
Pat Boyette (signed)
Cheyenne Kid
"The Ghost of Monument Valley"
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Published March 1969 by Charlton

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Story Title
The Ghost of Monument Valley
Writer
Joe Gill
Interior Art
Pat Boyette
Cover Art
Pat Boyette (signed)
Character Appearances
Cheyenne Kid
Storyline
"The Ghost of Monument Valley"

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Duel in Devil's Gorge
Script
Joe Gill
Pencils
Pat Boyette
Story Line

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The Bad, The Worse And The So-So!
Script
Denny O'Neil [as Sergius O'Shaughnessy]
Pencils
Jim Aparo
Story Line
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