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Published April 1961 by DC
The Menace of Red-Green Kryptonite!
Jerry Coleman
Wayne Boring
Curt Swan
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; Brainiac (villain); Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Buzz Windrow; King and Queen of Rurtainia
"The Menace of Red-Green Kryptonite!" Braniac travels to Earth to steal some aluminum and also to test his new ray on Superman, a ray which is combined Red and Green Kryptonite. The new ray makes Superman act strangely, forcing him to always wear a hat while performing super deeds.
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Story Title
The Menace of Red-Green Kryptonite!
Writer
Jerry Coleman
Interior Art
Wayne Boring
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; Brainiac (villain); Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Buzz Windrow; King and Queen of Rurtainia
Storyline
"The Menace of Red-Green Kryptonite!" Braniac travels to Earth to steal some aluminum and also to test his new ray on Superman, a ray which is combined Red and Green Kryptonite. The new ray makes Superman act strangely, forcing him to always wear a hat while performing super deeds.

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Ma and Pa Kent Adopt Supergirl!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
Jim Mooney
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Supergirl has a dream where she is sent to Earth in a rocket and is adopted by the Kents rather than her cousin being the one first sent to Earth.

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"I'd like to buy a suit!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"Quick, Doc, you've got to come with me."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
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Published April 1961 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of General Zod and the Phantom Zone

The Phantom Superboy
Robert Bernstein
George Papp
Curt Swan
Superboy; Krypto; Lana Lang; Phantom Zone (intro); Clark Kent robot; Martha Kent; Jonathan Kent; Dr. Xadu (intro); General Zod (intro)
"The Phantom Superboy" After Professor Lang finds a box of Kryptonian weapons, Superboy is accidentally projected into the Phantom Zone, the place where Kryptonian criminals were exiled. But using mental telepathy he activates an electric typewriter and tells Pa Kent how to free him.
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Published April 1961 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of General Zod and the Phantom Zone

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The Phantom Superboy
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
George Papp
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superboy; Krypto; Lana Lang; Phantom Zone (intro); Clark Kent robot; Martha Kent; Jonathan Kent; Dr. Xadu (intro); General Zod (intro)
Storyline
"The Phantom Superboy" After Professor Lang finds a box of Kryptonian weapons, Superboy is accidentally projected into the Phantom Zone, the place where Kryptonian criminals were exiled. But using mental telepathy he activates an electric typewriter and tells Pa Kent how to free him.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Has good luck "prospecting" and finds site for hot dog stand

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The Lion with the Double Identity
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Howard Sherman
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Congorilla-like lion

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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Parents hide birthday present in Pete's messy closet
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Published April-May 1961 by American Comics Group
The Wand of the Witch!
Richard Hughes [as Pierre Alonzo]
Paul Reinman
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Michael Terrence O'Toole; August W. Steinmuller; Katie O'Toole; Rosie O'Toole; Tarna
"The Wand of the Witch!"
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Published April-May 1961 by American Comics Group

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The Wand of the Witch!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Pierre Alonzo]
Interior Art
Paul Reinman
Cover Art
Ogden Whitney (signed)
Character Appearances
Michael Terrence O'Toole; August W. Steinmuller; Katie O'Toole; Rosie O'Toole; Tarna
Storyline
"The Wand of the Witch!"

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Mysteries of Nature!
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Enchanted Oasis!
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Emil Gershwin
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Space Probe
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Kenneth Landau (signed)
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The Green Flame!
Script
Ace Aquila
Pencils
John Rosenberger
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Published April-May 1961 by DC
Bob Oksner
Mort Drucker
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Published April-May 1961 by DC

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Writer
Bob Oksner
Interior Art
Mort Drucker
Cover Art
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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Bob Oksner
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Mort Drucker
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"I haven't been on a scale in a long time!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"The Strength of 10 Men"
Pencils
Mort Drucker
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Published April-June 1961 by Dell
The Cat Emperor
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Mighty Mouse; Mitzi
"The Cat Emperor"
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Published April-June 1961 by Dell

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The Cat Emperor
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Character Appearances
Mighty Mouse; Mitzi
Storyline
"The Cat Emperor"

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The Dangerous Dive
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Zoo Break
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Test of Strength
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Second Childhood
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Published April-May 1961 by DC
The Eyes of Johnny Thunder
Gardner Fox
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
Madame .44
"The Eyes of Johnny Thunder"
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Published April-May 1961 by DC

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The Eyes of Johnny Thunder
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
Madame .44
Storyline
"The Eyes of Johnny Thunder"

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The Invasion of the Indian Giants
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Carmine Infantino
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Buffalo Hunting!
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Published March-April 1961 by DC
Death Dive!
Robert Kanigher
Irv Novick
Irv Novick
Lt. Johnny Cloud; Tex (Johnny's Wingman); Jolly Roger Leader (Apache pilot)
"Death Dive!" Lt. Cloud and his men try to protect Jolly Roger Leader on his final mission before he returns home.
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Published March-April 1961 by DC

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Death Dive!
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Irv Novick
Character Appearances
Lt. Johnny Cloud; Tex (Johnny's Wingman); Jolly Roger Leader (Apache pilot)
Storyline
"Death Dive!" Lt. Cloud and his men try to protect Jolly Roger Leader on his final mission before he returns home.

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Cross Of Lorraine Division
Script
Morris Waldinger
Pencils
Morris Waldinger
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The Desert Mouse!
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Jack Abel
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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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The Guys Up Front
Script
Bob Haney
Pencils
Jerry Grandenetti
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Published April 1961 by Archie
The Path of Love
Frank Doyle
Bob White
Harry Lucey
Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Geraldine Grundy; Waldo Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper (cameo)
"The Path of Love" Archie and Veronica's volatile relationship gets them hauled into Mr. Weatherbee's office for different reasons by every teacher.
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Published April 1961 by Archie

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Story Title
The Path of Love
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Bob White
Cover Art
Harry Lucey
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Geraldine Grundy; Waldo Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper (cameo)
Storyline
"The Path of Love" Archie and Veronica's volatile relationship gets them hauled into Mr. Weatherbee's office for different reasons by every teacher.

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The Masher
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
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Archie bets that he can kiss Betty in front of Veronica without getting into trouble.

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Weekend Wonder
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Archie is forced to date his father's boss's niece Carol, a boring bookworm with glasses and her hair in a bun. Veronica and Betty decide to give Carol a makeover, but it works too well.

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Claim To Fame
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Bill Vigoda
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Archie plays his rock n' roll guitar while Mr. Lodge is trying to sleep.

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Walk!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx looks in all directions, including up and down, before crossing the street.

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Wishful Thinking
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob White
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Archie wishes that Veronica would fling herself at him. Jughead says she would, if she wanted something from him. The theory is tested when they arrive at Veronica's house and she flings herself passionately at Archie.
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Published April 1961 by Archie
Not for Sale
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Dan DeCarlo
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Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
"Not for Sale" Veronica says "Money buys anything! Including Archie!" Betty disagrees, so Veronica gives her some money and bets that Betty can make Archie break that night's date with Veronica. Betty buys two tickets to a big boxing match and then wonders if the temptation will be too much for Archie.
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Not for Sale
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
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Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Not for Sale" Veronica says "Money buys anything! Including Archie!" Betty disagrees, so Veronica gives her some money and bets that Betty can make Archie break that night's date with Veronica. Betty buys two tickets to a big boxing match and then wonders if the temptation will be too much for Archie.

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Clothes Call!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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When she is told to put on her best clothes, Jinx dresses up in a cowgirl outfit.

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The Non Believers
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Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica tells outlandish stories about how she's going to spend the evening. When she does tell the truth about dating a handsome boy, Archie doesn't mind because he doesn't believe her.

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Turn Coat
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Dan DeCarlo
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On a cold, windy afternoon, Betty borrows Archie's coat. The coat gets passed on to two more girls before being returned to Archie. Each of the girls leaves cosmetics in the coat pocket and when they return to get them, Veronica is skeptical of Archie's claim to have spent a dull afternoon.

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Ice-Capade
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Dan DeCarlo
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While ice-skating, Betty uses her skates to write her phone number on the ice to attract the attention of a handsome boy.

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Dig, Dig, Dig
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The gang is "digging" music. Archie's father would rather they "dig" the snow on the sidewalk.

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Last Stop
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica tries to get Archie to act more sophisticated. However, all her attempts to improve Archie's etiquette backfire.
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Published April 1961 by Archie
"Party Of The First Part"
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Archie Andrews; Smithers
""Party Of The First Part""
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"Party Of The First Part"
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Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Smithers
Storyline
""Party Of The First Part""

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Live Modern!
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"By The Numbers"
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Abra Cadabra!
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"Easy Does It!"
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"Shoes Who?"
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"No Exceptions"
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"Bedtime Story"
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Passing Signery
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"Cheers!"
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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"Color Conscious"
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"Open Season"
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The Big Search
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"Economy Run"
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The Big Showdown
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"Going Going - Gone!"
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Never Mind
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No-It-All!
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No Catch To It!!
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To Have & Have Not!
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"Feather Brained"
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"Gone With The Wind"
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"How Time Flies!"
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Bill-Bored!
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"A Studied Reply"
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"Electronic Education"
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"By Appointment Only!"
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"A La Carte!"
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"Soup To Nut!"
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All Work And No Pay!
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Rival Dog Feud!
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"En Garde"
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"Class Clowns"
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Celebrity Celebration
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The Truth Hurts!
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"Quiz Whiz"
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"Cost Conscious"
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School Daze!
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"At Your Service
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When the butler is away, Mr. Lodge hires Moose to temporarily fill the position.
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Published April 1961 by Archie
Guess Which One
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Orlando Busino
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Veronica Lodge (host)
"Guess Which One" Guess which one is going to be given a quarter to leave the room, borrowed his brother's tux, just found out his date's father hates rock 'n' roll, and just fell in love for the first time.
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Story Title
Guess Which One
Writer
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Interior Art
Orlando Busino
Cover Art
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Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge (host)
Storyline
"Guess Which One" Guess which one is going to be given a quarter to leave the room, borrowed his brother's tux, just found out his date's father hates rock 'n' roll, and just fell in love for the first time.

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The Invention of Comic Books
Script
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Bob White ?
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Comic books in the stone age.

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Classroom Phones
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What school would be like if each desk had a telephone and each classroom was monitored by closed-circuit television.

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Mad House Museum
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Items that could have been linked to historical figures.

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How to Improve TV
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Ideas on how to improve westerns, baseball, weather reports, game shows, and horror shows.

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Date-Marker
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Advertising parody about a rubber stamp for girls to label "Mine" on the foreheads of their boyfriends.

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Nasty Suspicions
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Orlando Busino
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Boys and girls wonder if the things the opposite sex do are intentional. Also suspicions about test questions, TV westerns, dress designers, umpires, and what parents suspect about their children.

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1000 Genuine, Assorted Quiz Answers
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Advertising parody selling a box of quiz answers. No questions, just the answers.

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Mad House's Tie Talk
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Jughead demonstrates the various ways to wear a necktie. Also two gags involving Betty and Veronica.

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CARtoons
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Teen-Age Olympics
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Various teen-oriented events: telephone marathon, making-school-on-time steeplechase, Ice box raid, canoe date contest, kissing free-style, bringing-date-home-on-time dash, and rock 'n' roll weight lift.

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Art for Art's Ache
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Jughead paints an abstract painting of a female, who falls in love with him.

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It Always Happens
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Orlando Busino
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Girl's friend dishes dirt on the girl's boyfriend, then grabs him one the rebound. Double-daters have to cruise around until they find a movie the backseat couple hasn't seen. But then those two don't watch the movie.

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Don't Let This Happen to You!
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Ad for "Alibi Anonymous Bulletins" magazine, with ready-made alibis for various situations.

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Letters from Moosie
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Moose writes letters to various people including Archie and the President of the United States.

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The Madhouse Hall of Fame
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Orlando Busino
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A series of one-panel gags.

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Lights! Camera! Action!
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How movies solves predicaments with rescues.

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Small Small World
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George Gladir ?
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Orlando Busino
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Problems for teens in other countries: Scotland, Congo, North Pole, India, China, Iraq, and South Sea.

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It Always Happens
Script
George Gladir ?
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Orlando Busino
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Things that work in one situation, but don't in another.
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Published April 1961 by Archie
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Published Spring 1961 by Archie
Guess Who
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle (disguised); Jughead Jones; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper
"Guess Who" Veronica gives a costume party where everyone is supposed to represent a holiday.
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Story Title
Guess Who
Writer
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Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo ?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle (disguised); Jughead Jones; Moose Mason; Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Guess Who" Veronica gives a costume party where everyone is supposed to represent a holiday.

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A Matter of Opinion
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Archie goes with Veronica to the Lodges' ski lodge, but quickly ends up on the couch with a cast on broken leg.

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Fill 'er Up
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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At a masquerade party, Jughead, disguised as a horse, is drinking all the punch.

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Good Skate
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Archie is trying to learn how to ice-skate.

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Loafer Laugher
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Dan DeCarlo ?
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Archie complains that Jughead is taking a coffee break, even though he doesn't have a job.

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Cornered
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On a cold day, Veronica leaves Archie standing on the corner for a long time. After Archie has left, Veronica calls from home and pretends to have arrived later. Archie rushes over to apologize.

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Business Methods!
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Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Hap thinks his wife should make two pies--one for her club and one for him.

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Redskin Ritual
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Archie father brings him to an Indian reservation to study different cultures, but Archie and an Indian girl end up dancing to modern records instead.

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Vicious Cycle
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Moose tries to get a round-trip ticket at a train station, but won't tell the clerk where he wants to go.

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Music Appreciation
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Reggie likes opera on television, as long as the singer is young and shapely.

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The Play is the Thing
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Dilton makes the football team because he's the only one who can understand the coach's plays.

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"Luxury"
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Definitions of luxury, winter resort, bunkhouse, and vacation.

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Bad Break
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Miss Grundy asks Jughead how the Egyptians built the pyramids without modern tools.

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Frat Brat
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Reggie participates in a silly fraternity initiation, while making fun of the practice.

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A Day to Remember
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Veronica posts a lot of hints about her birthday.

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All Aboard
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Knowing the school gives toys to orphanages, a company gives Mr. Weatherbee some to test, provoking a surprised reaction from Miss Grundy.

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Holding the Bag
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Veronica has Archie carry her purse while she is shopping and Archie gets teased unmercifully.

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Big Game Hunter
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Archie and Veronica are snuggling and Leroy is outside the window with a tape-recorder, looking for some blackmail material.

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Sign of the Time
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Gladys' father sends Reggie a message via some toy soldiers.

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The Angry Young Man
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Veronica is hanging around with a new boy and Archie keeps trying to work up the courage to fight him, egged on by Jughead and Reggie.

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Model Child!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Jinx's mother has her balance a book on her head to keep her from running around the house.

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Le Left Jabbe
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?
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?
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Archie and Jughead insult Reggie in French. Unfortunately, they are unaware that Dilton is translating it all for Reggie.

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The Critic
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?
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?
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Jughead heckles a juggler.

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"Anatomy..."
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?
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?
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Definitions of anatomy, desk, coach, and bachelor girl.

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Reading Tree Leaves!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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After watching a leaf fall, Shrimpy makes a philosophical comment.

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Day and Night!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Shrimpy wonders which came first: night or day?

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The Helping Hand
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?
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Bill Vigoda ?
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Full of love for his fellow man, Archie decides he will do everything he can to help Mr. Weatherbee. The result is the usual disaster.

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Lesson Learned
Script
?
Pencils
?
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After Miss Grundy takes her class to a TV studio where they see the announcer using cue cards, Archie decides he should use cue cards for his classroom speech.

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Ladies Man
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?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica says that the most attractive thing about Archie is that the other girls want him, too. Betty sees if she can take advantage of this situation.

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Tell-Tale Test
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?
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?
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After observing the reaction of her students, Mr. Weatherbee tells Miss Grundy she must have given them a tough test.

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Hat's the Stuff
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?
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?
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In a fancy restaurant, Moose gives a checkroom girl a big tip when she gives him a fancy hat (that's not his.)

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Kid Stuff
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Betty tricks Archie into coming with her on a picnic as a "Big Sister" with the Riverdale Boy Sprouts. When it starts to rain, Betty finds the competition indoors for Archie from the other "Big Sisters" is more than she can take.

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The Commuter
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Archie gets into a familiar jam, arranging dates with Betty and Veronica for the same night. This time he has to keep running back and forth from Betty's house to Veronica's house (and vice versa) to try to keep up the charade.
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First Appearance of Bat-Girl (Betty Kane)

The Blue Bowman
Bill Finger
Sheldon Moldoff
Sheldon Moldoff
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; Blue Bowman [Phil Cobb] [formerly the Signalman] (villain); Blue Bowman's henchmen (villains); Bulls-Eye (villain)
"The Blue Bowman" The Signalman tries to get the drop on Batman by becoming a Green Arrow clone, thanks to training provided to him by Green Arrow's foe, Bulls-Eye.
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Published April 1961 by DC Tags: First Appearance Bat-Girl Betty Kane

First Appearance of Bat-Girl (Betty Kane)

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The Blue Bowman
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; Blue Bowman [Phil Cobb] [formerly the Signalman] (villain); Blue Bowman's henchmen (villains); Bulls-Eye (villain)
Storyline
"The Blue Bowman" The Signalman tries to get the drop on Batman by becoming a Green Arrow clone, thanks to training provided to him by Green Arrow's foe, Bulls-Eye.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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The Island of 1,000 Traps
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
Professor Milo builds an entire island covered with traps to kill Batman.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Bat-Girl!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Story Line
Batman, Robin and Batwoman are battling the Cobra gang when they are paralyzed by an Electronic-Ring, when, suddenly, a costumed Bat-Girl swings in to save the crime battlers. Later, it is discovered that the girl is actually Kathy Kane's niece, who dreams of battling crime with her as Batwoman, just like Batman and Robin team up to battle crime.
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Published April 1961 by Charlton
Heydrick Shall Not Die
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Pete Morisi
Pete Morisi
"Heydrick Shall Not Die"
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Published April 1961 by Charlton

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Heydrick Shall Not Die
Writer
?
Interior Art
Pete Morisi
Cover Art
Pete Morisi
Storyline
"Heydrick Shall Not Die"

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A Good Way To Go
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Montes
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The Supermen and the Misfits!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Molno
Story Line
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Published February-April 1961 by Dell
Seeing Isn't Believing
Carl Fallberg
Pete Alvarado
Pete Alvarado
Beep Beep the Road Runner; Beep Beep's sons; Wile E. Coyote
"Seeing Isn't Believing" Wile E. tries to make the Beeps think a recently-formed lake is a mirage.
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Published February-April 1961 by Dell

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Story Title
Seeing Isn't Believing
Writer
Carl Fallberg
Interior Art
Pete Alvarado
Cover Art
Pete Alvarado
Character Appearances
Beep Beep the Road Runner; Beep Beep's sons; Wile E. Coyote
Storyline
"Seeing Isn't Believing" Wile E. tries to make the Beeps think a recently-formed lake is a mirage.

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Story Title
Smarty Party
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
After failing to capture the Beeps with a mole machine; Wile E. pretends to have inherited a fortune and invites the Beeps to a farewell dinner.

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Story Title
To Beep or Not to Beep
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
Another coyote comes to the desert and joins forces with Wile E. to try to capture the Beeps.

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Space Chase
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Abranz
Story Line
After reading a science fiction story, Daffy is spooked when he sees Elmer in a spray-painting outfit. Daffy then pretends to be a spaceman to fool Elmer into giving him all his food.

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The Seedy Speeder
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
Wile E. finds that the source of the Beeps' speed comes from some rare seeds. But when Wile E. eats the "speed seeds" he loses his appetite for road runners.

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Story Title
Stuck in the Muck
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
Wile E. tries to slow the Beeps down by making it rain and turning the desert to mud.

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Too Curious
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
Wile E. paints a portrait of a vulture in hopes that Beep Beep will be curious enough to come close.

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Stuck Cluck
Script
Carl Fallberg
Pencils
Pete Alvarado
Story Line
Wile E. dumps glue on the top of a natural bridge, but he's the one who ends up stuck in it.

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The Big Push
Pencils
?
Story Line
Wile E. tries to push a boulder up a hill to drop it on the Beeps, but he ends up being chased by it.
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Published April-May 1961 by Dell
Private Operator
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"Private Operator"
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Published April-May 1961 by Dell

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Private Operator
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?
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?
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?
Storyline
"Private Operator"

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Trash Diet
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?
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?
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Idol Chatter
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A Tree Grows in Camp Swampy
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Cat-astrophe
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?
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?
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Published April 1961 by DC
The Master of the Puppet Men
Jack Miller ?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop-Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; The Puppeteer
"The Master of the Puppet Men" The Puppeteer has invented a Dyna-scope, which lets him control men's actions, like marionettes.
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Story Title
The Master of the Puppet Men
Writer
Jack Miller ?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Hendrickson; Olaf; Chop-Chop; Stanislaus; Chuck]; The Puppeteer
Storyline
"The Master of the Puppet Men" The Puppeteer has invented a Dyna-scope, which lets him control men's actions, like marionettes.

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Andre's Alien Ally
Script
Jack Miller ?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
After an alien saves Andre from quicksand, Andre seems to disrupt the other Blackhawks' attempts to capture the alien.

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The Human Mines
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A conceited millionaire is spurned by a defense company when it refuses to consider his inventions. The man builds the machines anyway and tries to kidnap the company's president. Later the man attacks the Navy and captures three of the Blackhawks.

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"This pen writes like this"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Homer is demonstrating pens in a store window and spots a man who owes him $10.
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Published April 1961 by Harvey
Fair Play
Chic Young
Chic Young
Chic Young
"Fair Play"
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Published April 1961 by Harvey

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Fair Play
Writer
Chic Young
Interior Art
Chic Young
Cover Art
Chic Young
Storyline
"Fair Play"

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Too Much Efficiency!
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line

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Mind Over Matter
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
Story Line

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The Pen Is Mightier!
Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
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Bee Wise
Script
Chic Young
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Chic Young
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Script
Chic Young
Pencils
Chic Young
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Published April-May 1961 by DC
Menace of the Matter Master!
Gardner Fox
Joe Kubert
Joe Kubert
Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Hawkgirl [Shayera Hol]; Matter Master (introduction, villain); Commissioner George Emmett; Mavis Trent
"Menace of the Matter Master!" The Matter Master has invented a wand made of Mentachem, an element that allows him to control inanimate matter.
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Story Title
Menace of the Matter Master!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Joe Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Kubert
Character Appearances
Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Hawkgirl [Shayera Hol]; Matter Master (introduction, villain); Commissioner George Emmett; Mavis Trent
Storyline
"Menace of the Matter Master!" The Matter Master has invented a wand made of Mentachem, an element that allows him to control inanimate matter.

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Story Title
Valley of Vanishing Men
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Joe Kubert
Story Line
On an expedition to the Himalayas, Mavis Trent is captured by a band of abominable snowmen, which the Hawks learn are really descended from alien explorers.
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