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Published April 1960 by Marvel
TV or Not TV!
Stan Lee
Stan Goldberg
Stan Goldberg
"TV or Not TV!"
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TV or Not TV!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Stan Goldberg
Storyline
"TV or Not TV!"

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Millie's Merry Pin-Up
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
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How Happy Can Ya Be?
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
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Art For Art's Sake!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
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Millie's Motoring Madness!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
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Too Bad Chili's Mad
Script
Stan Lee
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Stan Goldberg
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The Battle Of The Bijou!
Script
Stan Lee
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Stan Goldberg
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A Kiss For A Miss
Script
Stan Lee
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Stan Goldberg
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The Man Who Wasn't There!
Script
Stan Lee
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Stan Goldberg
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Chili Strikes It Rich!
Script
Stan Lee
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Stan Goldberg
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Published April 1960 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Bizarro World

The World of Bizarros!
Otto Binder
Wayne Boring
Curt Swan
Superman [Clark Kent]; Bizarro; Bizarro-Lois; Clark Kent Robot (cameo); Lois Lane (cameo)
"The World of Bizarros!" Bizarro and Bizarro-Lois move to another world which Bizarro populates with a duplicator ray. Superman visits and discovers Bizarros do everything backwards. Superman is sent to prison for violating the Bizarro code.
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Published April 1960 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Bizarro World

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Story Title
The World of Bizarros!
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Wayne Boring
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Bizarro; Bizarro-Lois; Clark Kent Robot (cameo); Lois Lane (cameo)
Storyline
"The World of Bizarros!" Bizarro and Bizarro-Lois move to another world which Bizarro populates with a duplicator ray. Superman visits and discovers Bizarros do everything backwards. Superman is sent to prison for violating the Bizarro code.

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Supergirl's Darkest Day!
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Jim Mooney
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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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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Script
Harry Lampert
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Harry Lampert
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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Published April 1960 by DC
How Luthor Met Superboy!
Jerry Siegel
Al Plastino
Curt Swan
Lex Luthor (origin); Jonathan Kent [Pa Kent]; Martha Kent [Ma Kent]; Krypto; Lana Lang
"How Luthor Met Superboy!" Young Lex and Superboy start out as friends, but after Superboy accidentally destroys Luthor's laboratory and accidentally causes Lex to lose his hair, Luthor vows revenge.
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Published April 1960 by DC

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How Luthor Met Superboy!
Writer
Jerry Siegel
Interior Art
Al Plastino
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Lex Luthor (origin); Jonathan Kent [Pa Kent]; Martha Kent [Ma Kent]; Krypto; Lana Lang
Storyline
"How Luthor Met Superboy!" Young Lex and Superboy start out as friends, but after Superboy accidentally destroys Luthor's laboratory and accidentally causes Lex to lose his hair, Luthor vows revenge.

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The Son of Congorilla
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Howard Sherman
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A young albino gorilla appears, and Congo Bill has to use the magic ring on him instead of Congorilla.

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The Second Deluge!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Ramona Fradon
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Captain Noah predicts a second deluge.

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"The alarm clock just doesn't work..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Published April-May 1960 by American Comics Group
The Man Who Vanished!
Richard Hughes [as Bob Standish]
Paul Reinman
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Cecil Sebastian; Philo Yates; Cleopatra; Helen of Troy; Christopher Columbus
"The Man Who Vanished!"
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Published April-May 1960 by American Comics Group

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The Man Who Vanished!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Bob Standish]
Interior Art
Paul Reinman
Cover Art
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Character Appearances
Cecil Sebastian; Philo Yates; Cleopatra; Helen of Troy; Christopher Columbus
Storyline
"The Man Who Vanished!"

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Illusion or Reality?
Script
?
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
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Stage magician Thoron the Great's tricks aren't mystical. He's an alien!

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Out of the Unknown
Script
Richard Hughes [as Curt Carpenter]
Pencils
Al Williamson
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The Sands of Time
Script
Richard Hughes [as Brad Everson]
Pencils
John Forte
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Published April-May 1960 by DC
"L-l-l-look out, Bob!"
Cal Howard
Owen Fitzgerald
Owen Fitzgerald
""L-l-l-look out, Bob!""
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Published April-May 1960 by DC

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"L-l-l-look out, Bob!"
Writer
Cal Howard
Interior Art
Owen Fitzgerald
Cover Art
Owen Fitzgerald
Storyline
""L-l-l-look out, Bob!""
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Published April-June 1960 by Dell
The Haunted House
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"The Haunted House"
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Published April-June 1960 by Dell

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The Haunted House
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?
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?
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?
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"The Haunted House"

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The Fastest Guns in the West
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?
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?
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The Promoter
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?
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?
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The Price War
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?
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?
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The Truce Treaty
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?
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?
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The Snow Tow
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?
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?
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Published April-May 1960 by DC
The Hand-Me-Down Badge
Robert Kanigher
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
Johnny Thunder
"The Hand-Me-Down Badge"
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Published April-May 1960 by DC

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The Hand-Me-Down Badge
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Johnny Thunder
Storyline
"The Hand-Me-Down Badge"

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The Water Brigade of Fort Desolation
Script
John Broome
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Howard Sherman
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The Sheriff without a Gun
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Carmine Infantino
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Arizona's One-Man Army
Script
Mort Drucker
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Mort Drucker
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Published March-April 1960 by DC
Tin Hat For An Iron Man
Robert Kanigher
Ross Andru
Jerry Grandenetti
"Tin Hat For An Iron Man"
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Published March-April 1960 by DC

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Tin Hat For An Iron Man
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Ross Andru
Cover Art
Jerry Grandenetti
Storyline
"Tin Hat For An Iron Man"

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The Golden Arrows
Script
Morris Waldinger
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Morris Waldinger
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Price For Red Beach!
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Jack Abel
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The Toy Jet!
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Russ Heath
Story Line
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Published April 1960 by Archie
The Golden Roll
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Waldo Weatherbee; Geraldine Grundy
"The Golden Roll" When Mr. Weatherbee tries on his roller skates for the school's upcoming skating party, the boys try to provoke him into skating through the halls after them.
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Published April 1960 by Archie

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Story Title
The Golden Roll
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Waldo Weatherbee; Geraldine Grundy
Storyline
"The Golden Roll" When Mr. Weatherbee tries on his roller skates for the school's upcoming skating party, the boys try to provoke him into skating through the halls after them.

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Arch Rival
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
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The gang informs Archie that Veronica has a new male friend named "Dicky."

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Water Boy!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Li'l Jinx wants a glass of water in the middle of the night.

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Split Decision
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie and Veronica decide to break up and see other people, but even when they date other people, they act as if they're still dating each other.

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Payola
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie becomes the DJ on the school P.A. system, picking songs written and recorded by students. To get their records on his show, Archie's friends start offering him bribes, and pretty soon his policy becomes "no pay, no play." It's up to Archie's dad to give him the payment he deserves for his corruption.
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Published April 1960 by Archie
It's Right to Be Wrong!
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Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"It's Right to Be Wrong!" Veronica spends $150 for a tie-clip for Archie to celebrate the anniversary of the day they met. Betty changes the price to $1.50 to see if Archie is a gold-digger. Archie is unhappy with the gift, but not because of the cost. He's upset for another reason, which in retrospect seems obvious.
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Published April 1960 by Archie

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Story Title
It's Right to Be Wrong!
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"It's Right to Be Wrong!" Veronica spends $150 for a tie-clip for Archie to celebrate the anniversary of the day they met. Betty changes the price to $1.50 to see if Archie is a gold-digger. Archie is unhappy with the gift, but not because of the cost. He's upset for another reason, which in retrospect seems obvious.

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Class Crash
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty inadvertently insinuates that Archie is just after Veronica for her money. Veronica decides that she needs to find a rich boyfriend so she's sure he's not after her money. Archie tries to date Betty, but Betty has decided she needs to find a rich boyfriend for financial security.

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Feet First
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Mr. Lodge uses the height of Veronica's feet while she's lying on the floor talking on the telephone to note if she is getting taller.

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No Escape
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
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Leroy tries to get a bribe from Archie so he won't annoy him and Veronica.

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The Early Girlie!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx goes to a neighbor's house at dawn to tell them her birthday party was changed from noon to one o'clock.

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A Bicycle Built for Woo
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty is going with Archie on the school bicycle outing, but is afraid that Archie will end up riding with Veronica. At Jughead's suggestion, she borrows a tandem bicycle so she and Archie will have to stay together. But the plans all go awry and Betty ends up sharing the tandem bike with Mr. Weatherbee.

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In Again, Out Again
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Days after a major fight, Veronica is upset that Archie hasn't called to apologize. She calls him to complain, but ends up accepting his apology instead. Unfortunately before the call Veronica had told Smithers to throw Archie out if he showed up, which he gleefully does. Veronica is horrified when she learns what he's done, ordering Smithers to chase Archie down and bring him back.

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Triple Threat
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty complains she keeps getting caught in a triangle with Archie and the television set.

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Whether Report
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
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Veronica wonders what Archie and Betty were talking about on the terrace.
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Published April 1960 by Archie
Buzzin' Cousin
Frank Doyle
Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Cousin Alice
"Buzzin' Cousin" Veronica tests Archie's faithfulness to her by having her beautiful cousin Alice attempt to seduce him.
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Published April 1960 by Archie

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Story Title
Buzzin' Cousin
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Cousin Alice
Storyline
"Buzzin' Cousin" Veronica tests Archie's faithfulness to her by having her beautiful cousin Alice attempt to seduce him.

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Button Up!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Li'l Jinx won't button her coat.

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Watch the Beardie
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Jughead babysits Veronica's bratty cousin Leroy, who is drawing facial hair on portraits.

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Food for Aught
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy attempt to stop Betty's smuggling of cake from home economics class to her friends.

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For Better or Mirth
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
The gang discusses marriage while playing football.

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Finders Creepers
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
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Miss Grundy questions Jughead about a discarded candy bar.

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Big Shot
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
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Jughead tells Archie about his cousin, who works as a human cannonball.

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Friends to the End! Is This the End?
Script
?
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Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead tests his friendship with Archie when he tries to tell him the truth about Archie and Veronica's relationship.
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Published Spring 1960 by Archie
Harry Lucey ?
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Harry Lucey ?
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Published April 1960 by DC
The Dog that Betrayed Batman
Bill Finger
Sheldon Moldoff
Sheldon Moldoff
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Bat-Hound [Ace]; Wilkins (a hermit); Danny (blind man); Mary (Danny's girlfriend); un-named crooks (villains)
"The Dog that Betrayed Batman" Wounded and suffering from amnesia, Bat-Hound befriends a hermit and blind man, but hates the sight of anyone in a mask.....including Batman himself!
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Story Title
The Dog that Betrayed Batman
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Bat-Hound [Ace]; Wilkins (a hermit); Danny (blind man); Mary (Danny's girlfriend); un-named crooks (villains)
Storyline
"The Dog that Betrayed Batman" Wounded and suffering from amnesia, Bat-Hound befriends a hermit and blind man, but hates the sight of anyone in a mask.....including Batman himself!

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Police Woman!
Script
?
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?
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The Case of the Deadly Gems
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Dick Sprang
Story Line
Jeweler Claber, of Gotham Gem Company, is murdered and his death blamed on criminal Ted Greaves by the man's three partners. However, Batman discovers the partners are actually involved in a smuggling racket and seek to throw suspicion off themselves by blaming Greaves.

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"Help! I've been swindled!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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The Second Batman and Robin Team
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
Alfred tests out his new typewriter by writing an imaginary tale of Robin growing to manhood and becoming the new Batman, adopting a new partner as Robin, and taking on a gang of crooks.
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Published April 1960 by Marvel
The Man Who Wouldn't Say Die!
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Russ Heath (signed)
Jack Kirby
"The Man Who Wouldn't Say Die!"
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Published April 1960 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Man Who Wouldn't Say Die!
Writer
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Interior Art
Russ Heath (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Storyline
"The Man Who Wouldn't Say Die!"

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Doom Under the Deep!
Script
Jack Kirby ?
Pencils
Jack Kirby
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The Old Man!
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
Carl Burgos
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Flying Circus
Script
Stan Lee (plot) ?; Larry Lieber (script) ?
Pencils
John Severin (signed)
Story Line
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Published April-May 1960 by Dell
"You say it's an outdoor restaurant?"
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""You say it's an outdoor restaurant?""
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Published April-May 1960 by Dell

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"You say it's an outdoor restaurant?"
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""You say it's an outdoor restaurant?""

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The Dog Sitter
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?
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?
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Life of the Party
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?
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?
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The Home Wrecker
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?
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?
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Home Sweet Swampy
Script
?
Pencils
?
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The Requisition Form
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Published Spring 1960 by Charlton
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Published April 1960 by DC
The Blackhawk Movie Queen
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Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
"The Blackhawk Movie Queen"
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Published April 1960 by DC

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Story Title
The Blackhawk Movie Queen
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Storyline
"The Blackhawk Movie Queen"

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The Fantastic Shrink Ray
Script
?
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Dick Dillin
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The Future Blackhawks
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?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
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Published April 1960 by Harvey

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Published April-May 1960 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Weapons Master

Challenge of the Weapons Master!
Gardner Fox
Mike Sekowsky
Mike Sekowsky
Justice League of America [Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Batman [Earth-1]; Snapper Carr; Flash [Barry Allen]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Batman [Earth-1]; Superman [Earth-1]]; Xotar (villain)
"Challenge of the Weapons Master!" Having found an ancient book that appears to indicate that he once defeated the JLA, Xotar travels from 11,960 to the present to test four weapons against the Justice League, in order to determine which weapon will help him defeat the Intersolar Police of his own day. But the JLA counters each of Xotar's weapons and returns him to face justice in his own time.
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Published April-May 1960 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Weapons Master

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Story Title
Challenge of the Weapons Master!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Mike Sekowsky
Cover Art
Mike Sekowsky
Character Appearances
Justice League of America [Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Batman [Earth-1]; Snapper Carr; Flash [Barry Allen]; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Batman [Earth-1]; Superman [Earth-1]]; Xotar (villain)
Storyline
"Challenge of the Weapons Master!" Having found an ancient book that appears to indicate that he once defeated the JLA, Xotar travels from 11,960 to the present to test four weapons against the Justice League, in order to determine which weapon will help him defeat the Intersolar Police of his own day. But the JLA counters each of Xotar's weapons and returns him to face justice in his own time.
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Published April-May 1960 by Dell
Well Directed
?
Tony Strobl
Tony Strobl
Bugs Bunny; Elmer Fudd
"Well Directed"
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Well Directed
Writer
?
Interior Art
Tony Strobl
Cover Art
Tony Strobl
Character Appearances
Bugs Bunny; Elmer Fudd
Storyline
"Well Directed"

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Bewitched Bazzoons
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Tony Strobl
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The Kitty Kite
Script
?
Pencils
Tony Strobl
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Tower Revolt
Script
Don R. Christensen
Pencils
Fred Abranz
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