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Published April 1964 by DC
Superman, King of Earth!
Leo Dorfman
Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Superman; Clark Kent; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White
"Superman, King of Earth!" Red Kryptonite once again splits Clark and Superman into two people, and Superman is an egotistical bully who demands to be elected king of the world, threatening the United Nations with his super-powers. Clark decides to form an anti-Superman underground movement to overthrow his evil duplicate.
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Published April 1964 by DC

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Story Title
Superman, King of Earth!
Writer
Leo Dorfman
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman; Clark Kent; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White
Storyline
"Superman, King of Earth!" Red Kryptonite once again splits Clark and Superman into two people, and Superman is an egotistical bully who demands to be elected king of the world, threatening the United Nations with his super-powers. Clark decides to form an anti-Superman underground movement to overthrow his evil duplicate.

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The Day Super-Horse Became Human!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney
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On Valentines' Day, Comet watches as Supergirl is showered with affection, and he wishes that he could also express his feelings for her. He appeals to Circe to make him human, but later a complicated series of events makes him change his mind and desire to be a super-horse again.
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Published April 1964 by DC
The Legion's Suicide Squad! Part I
Edmond Hamilton
John Forte
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Colossal Boy; Element Lad; Sun Boy; Shrinking Violet; Phantom Girl; Mon-El; Superboy; Bouncing Boy; Saturn Girl; Chameleon Boy; Brainiac 5; Star Boy; Triplicate Girl; Invisible Kid; Lightning Lad; Cosmic Boy]
"The Legion's Suicide Squad! Part I" Isolationist planet Throon builds a citadel to keep others away and uses a ray to disable all passing spaceships. The first Legion team selected to take out the ray meets their defeat.
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Published April 1964 by DC

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The Legion's Suicide Squad! Part I
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
John Forte
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Colossal Boy; Element Lad; Sun Boy; Shrinking Violet; Phantom Girl; Mon-El; Superboy; Bouncing Boy; Saturn Girl; Chameleon Boy; Brainiac 5; Star Boy; Triplicate Girl; Invisible Kid; Lightning Lad; Cosmic Boy]
Storyline
"The Legion's Suicide Squad! Part I" Isolationist planet Throon builds a citadel to keep others away and uses a ray to disable all passing spaceships. The first Legion team selected to take out the ray meets their defeat.

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Part II: The Charge of the Substitute Heroes!
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
John Forte
Story Line
The next two teams of Legionnaires also fail, but the Subs are able to put an end to the menace of Throon.

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Superboy's Best Friend!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
George Papp
Story Line
Freddy Shaw becomes Clark Kent's best friend and is let in on his secret identity as Superboy. Freddy proceeds to blab to his ex-convict half-brother Joe and his buddy Rick Farrow and finally in his last few hours to anyone who was close to his death bed. All of Freddy's blabbing was caused by his brain fever delirium.
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Published April-May 1964 by American Comics Group
The Most Ordinary Man on Earth!
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Ogden Whitney
Kurt Schaffenberger (signed)
Henry W. Jones
"The Most Ordinary Man on Earth!"
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Published April-May 1964 by American Comics Group

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Story Title
The Most Ordinary Man on Earth!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Interior Art
Ogden Whitney
Cover Art
Kurt Schaffenberger (signed)
Character Appearances
Henry W. Jones
Storyline
"The Most Ordinary Man on Earth!"

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Funny Pharaoh!
Script
Richard Hughes [as Pierre Alonzo]
Pencils
Pete Costanza
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Man of Metal
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Beck
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Old Snuffles
Script
Richard Hughes [as Lafcadio Lee]
Pencils
Chic Stone
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Published April-May 1964 by DC
Introducing Harvard Harvard III
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Mort Drucker?
Mort Drucker ?
Harvard Harvard III (intro); Prof Klops
"Introducing Harvard Harvard III" Bob meets a talking dog and then a professor with a duplicating machine.
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Published April-May 1964 by DC

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Introducing Harvard Harvard III
Writer
?
Interior Art
Mort Drucker?
Cover Art
Mort Drucker ?
Character Appearances
Harvard Harvard III (intro); Prof Klops
Storyline
"Introducing Harvard Harvard III" Bob meets a talking dog and then a professor with a duplicating machine.

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Introducing Harvard Harvard III-part 2
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?
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Mort Drucker?
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Introducing Harvard Harvard III-part 3
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?
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Mort Drucker?
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Published April 1964 by Marvel
Turning Point
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko; Jack Kirby (alterations)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Doctor Octopus [Otto Octavius]; Betty Brant; Bennet Brant (Death); May Parker; Blackie Gaxton
"Turning Point" Betty's brother has gotten himself into trouble with gambling debts and Betty is forced to help in Doc Ock's plot to break Blackie Gaxton out of prison to keep her sibling alive. Spider-Man interrupts the escape and Blackie shoots Bennett during the conflict. Gaxton is captured but Doc Ock gets away. Peter tries to comfort Betty over the loss of her brother.
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Published April 1964 by Marvel

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Story Title
Turning Point
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko; Jack Kirby (alterations)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Doctor Octopus [Otto Octavius]; Betty Brant; Bennet Brant (Death); May Parker; Blackie Gaxton
Storyline
"Turning Point" Betty's brother has gotten himself into trouble with gambling debts and Betty is forced to help in Doc Ock's plot to break Blackie Gaxton out of prison to keep her sibling alive. Spider-Man interrupts the escape and Blackie shoots Bennett during the conflict. Gaxton is captured but Doc Ock gets away. Peter tries to comfort Betty over the loss of her brother.
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Published April 1964 by Archie
Winner Take All
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Samm Schwartz
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
"Winner Take All" Reggie has to carry Archie to the Chok'lit Shoppe after losing a bet.
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Winner Take All
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle
Storyline
"Winner Take All" Reggie has to carry Archie to the Chok'lit Shoppe after losing a bet.

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Ski Bums
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
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The gang goes to a ski resort, where Archie causes major damage at the lodge, and almost causes even more damage to himself on the slopes.

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Beat Nix
Script
?
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Harry Lucey
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Jughead stops Souphead from playing the drum.

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Unexpected Sit-Uation
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
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Mr. Weatherbee tells Moose to think of him as a father.

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Pearl Divers
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
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Veronica's pearl necklace breaks in the school hall, and one by one, the teachers slip on the lost pearls and are taken out of commission.
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Published April 1964 by Archie
The Taxpayer's Daughter
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Bob White
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy
"The Taxpayer's Daughter" Veronica demands an opportunity to buy her own desk for Miss Grundy's class.
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Published April 1964 by Archie

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The Taxpayer's Daughter
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Bob White
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy
Storyline
"The Taxpayer's Daughter" Veronica demands an opportunity to buy her own desk for Miss Grundy's class.

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Star Gazers
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Betty and Veronica get Jughead to try to impress a girl.

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Comparison Value
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
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Veronica follows Archie and Betty on their date.

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Changing Times
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Jinx wants to know how a magic carpet works.

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Little Miss Nobody
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica warns the neighborhood girls that Betty has a lot of frat pins.
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Published April 1964 by Archie
Never Satisfied
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?
Samm Schwartz ?
Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Lodge
"Never Satisfied" Mr. Lodge lent a car for Archie and Veronica's date, but Archie doesn't think that was enough.
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Never Satisfied
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz ?
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Lodge
Storyline
"Never Satisfied" Mr. Lodge lent a car for Archie and Veronica's date, but Archie doesn't think that was enough.

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Boy Joy
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?
Pencils
?
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The girls are revealing what qualities they look for in a boy.

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Ring-a-ding
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?
Pencils
?
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The cord to ring the bell for the butler isn't working.

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Boobology
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?
Pencils
?
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Archie asks Moose if he ever dipped pigtails into inkwells when he was in grade school.

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Better Letter
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Archie has a glowing letter of recommendation for a job.

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Lovers Lament
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?
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?
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Archie has had it with Veronica and is going to end it all.

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Lime Light
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?
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?
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Boob Book
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?
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Pin Pun
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?
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Flowery Talk
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?
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Dogging it
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?
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Sure Lure
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?
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?
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Going Steady Sweater
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?
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?
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Got the Message
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?
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Brain Strain
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?
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Bowled Over
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?
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High Ideas
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?
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Tough Tussle
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?
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?
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Kill-joy
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?
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Ice Capade
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?
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Fight Fright
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Forget Me Not
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?
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Space Spouse
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Watch It
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?
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Peach of a Speech
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?
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?
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Steady Stampede
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?
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Pun Pal
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?
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Makin' Time
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Pencils
?
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It Figures
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?
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?
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Bye Bye Blues
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?
Pencils
?
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Talk Squawk
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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Plane and Fancy
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?
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?
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Dumb's the Word
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?
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?
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Channel Chuckels
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?
Pencils
?
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Takes
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?
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?
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Great Date
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?
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?
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Hair Haggle
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?
Pencils
?
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Published April 1964 by Archie
Capt. Sprocket vs. 3-D Man
?
Joe Edwards ?
?
Captain Sprocket; Professor Transistor; Gladys; Super Duper Man; 3-D Man (villain)
"Capt. Sprocket vs. 3-D Man" Professor Transistor invents a ray that allows two objects to occupy the same space. His assistant uses it on himself to become 3-D Man, who can walk through walls. Captain Sprocket comes up with a plan to prevent 3-D Man from stealing all the government top secrets (and it works!)
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Published April 1964 by Archie

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Capt. Sprocket vs. 3-D Man
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Edwards ?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Captain Sprocket; Professor Transistor; Gladys; Super Duper Man; 3-D Man (villain)
Storyline
"Capt. Sprocket vs. 3-D Man" Professor Transistor invents a ray that allows two objects to occupy the same space. His assistant uses it on himself to become 3-D Man, who can walk through walls. Captain Sprocket comes up with a plan to prevent 3-D Man from stealing all the government top secrets (and it works!)

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"Heh! Heh! Imagine! I was able to buy this genuine talking monster..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Professor Transistor's monster can only speak Japanese, because he was made in Japan.

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Story Title
Rocky Hockey
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about ice hockey.

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A Mad House Glance at the Zany Sport of Bob Sledding
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about bob-sledding.

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Mountain Climbing
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about mountain climbing.

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Mad House Ski Tips
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about skiing.

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Skating Tips and Quips
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about ice-skating.

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Ping Pong Pointers
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jokes about ping pong.

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Mad House Rockets
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Mad House rockets specially designed for various purposes.

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Ice-Capade
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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A series of jokes about ice-fishing.

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Snow Sculpture
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Snow sculptures with accompanying humorous comments.

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Cheerleader Chuckles
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Jokes about cheerleaders and baton twirlers.

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Western Terms for Eastern Teens
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Cowboy western slang translated into modern teen slang.

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The Dating Code
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards ?
Story Line
What girls and boys wear to show their willingness to go steady.
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Published April 1964 by Archie
The Unteachable
Frank Doyle ?
Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Miss Haggly; Prof. Flutesnoot
"The Unteachable" In an effort to teach manners to the male students, Mr. Weatherbee orders them paired with a female student during lunch. That prompts Jughead's indignant resignation from Riverdale High.
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Published April 1964 by Archie

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Story Title
The Unteachable
Writer
Frank Doyle ?
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Miss Haggly; Prof. Flutesnoot
Storyline
"The Unteachable" In an effort to teach manners to the male students, Mr. Weatherbee orders them paired with a female student during lunch. That prompts Jughead's indignant resignation from Riverdale High.

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Bet-ter and Bet-ter
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx and Greg are arguing and only money will settle the point.

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Baddy Daddy
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Moose gives Miss Grundy more information than she was looking for.

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Story Title
How to Keep Physically Fit (Without Doing Anything)
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead shows the reader exercises for lazy people.

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Story Title
The Nose Knows
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
After several people tell Jughead to mind his own business, he decides to do just that.

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Three's a Crowd
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead paints himself a girlfriend and she magically steps off the canvas. But she's less than impressed with her new date.

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The Stake Out
Script
Frank Doyle ?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Suspecting Veronica of cheating on him, Archie enlists Jughead to spy on her.
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Published April-May 1964 by DC
Danger--Atom-Gun at Work!
Gardner Fox
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring; Enrichetta Negrini
"Danger--Atom-Gun at Work!" A nameless criminal with scientific knowledge discovers a way to imprison the Atom in a laser weapon and use him to power it.
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Published April-May 1964 by DC

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Story Title
Danger--Atom-Gun at Work!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring; Enrichetta Negrini
Storyline
"Danger--Atom-Gun at Work!" A nameless criminal with scientific knowledge discovers a way to imprison the Atom in a laser weapon and use him to power it.

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Story Title
The Gold Hunters of '49!
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Gil Kane
Story Line
The Atom travels back to the year 1849 where he encounters Edgar Allan Poe and helps solve a mysterious gold robbery.

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Strange Realm of the Atom!
Script
Julius Schwartz ?
Pencils
Morris Waldinger ?
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Published April 1964 by Harvey
On the Job
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?
Warren Kremer
Herman; Katnip
"On the Job" Herman convinces Katnip to try painting and wallpapering.
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Published April 1964 by Harvey

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Story Title
On the Job
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Herman; Katnip
Storyline
"On the Job" Herman convinces Katnip to try painting and wallpapering.

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Reducing
Script
?
Pencils
Marty Taras ?
Story Line
Huey accidentally makes Mama think that she has gained too much weight and must diet at once.

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Story Title
Clothes Make the Duck
Script
?
Pencils
Marty Taras ?
Story Line
Papa figures out that the phony cousin is really an escaped zoo gorilla.

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"This is my own invention, Buzzy!"
Script
?
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?
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Buzzy takes Katnip to initiate him into a tribe of Indian crows.

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Baby Huey and His Cousin Quacko
Script
?
Pencils
Marty Taras ?
Story Line
When Huey's friends hear that his Cousin Quacko is coming from Australia to visit, they put a duck mask on a gorilla and tell Huey that they have found his cousin.

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"Here, Papa, I sharpened your new pencil..."
Script
?
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Marty Taras ?
Story Line
Huey uses all the tools in Papa's workshop to sharpen one pencil.
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Published April 1964 by Gold Key
Wild Animals of North America, Number 9
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?
Fred Fredericks
"Wild Animals of North America, Number 9"
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Published April 1964 by Gold Key

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Story Title
Wild Animals of North America, Number 9
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Fred Fredericks
Storyline
"Wild Animals of North America, Number 9"

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Hop, Skip and a Chump
Script
Paul Newman
Pencils
Fred Fredericks
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Sticky Situation
Script
Paul Newman
Pencils
Fred Fredericks
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Hopping Mad
Script
?
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Fred Fredericks
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Teeth for Two
Script
Paul Newman
Pencils
Fred Fredericks
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A Fright to the Finish
Script
Paul Newman
Pencils
Fred Fredericks
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Domestic Animals, Number 4
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?
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?
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Published Spring 1964 by Charlton
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Published April-June 1964 by Dell
Hi-Fi Hillbillies
D. J. Arneson
Henry Scarpelli
? (photograph)
"Hi-Fi Hillbillies"
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Published April-June 1964 by Dell

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Hi-Fi Hillbillies
Writer
D. J. Arneson
Interior Art
Henry Scarpelli
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Storyline
"Hi-Fi Hillbillies"

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Holiday Havoc
Script
D. J. Arneson
Pencils
Henry Scarpelli
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Published April 1964 by DC
The Vengeance of the Element Man [Chapter 1]
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; The Element Man
"The Vengeance of the Element Man [Chapter 1]" A man is trapped in a mine cave-in and undergoes a strange transformation that enables him to take the form of elements in the area. He seeks vengeance on the others in his mining crew who he thinks deserted him.
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Published April 1964 by DC

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Story Title
The Vengeance of the Element Man [Chapter 1]
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; The Element Man
Storyline
"The Vengeance of the Element Man [Chapter 1]" A man is trapped in a mine cave-in and undergoes a strange transformation that enables him to take the form of elements in the area. He seeks vengeance on the others in his mining crew who he thinks deserted him.

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The Return of the Tom Thumb Blackhawk
Script
?
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Dick Dillin
Story Line
Stanislaus goes undercover as an acrobat in a circus, where he runs into Tiny Big, the Tom Thumb Blackhawk, who helps him solve a scheme to fence stolen merchandise.

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Story Title
The Vengeance of the Element Man (Chapter 2)
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
The Element Man takes the form of a glowing meteor man and looks for the three miners. Blackhawk lures it back to the site of the mine cave-in that caused its original transformation.

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Story Title
"Whenever you want to parachute out.."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Puptent parachutes into the middle of a desert for a geology survey.
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Published April 1964 by Gold Key
Wild Animals of North America Number 8: Moose
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?
? (photograph)
"Wild Animals of North America Number 8: Moose"
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Published April 1964 by Gold Key

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Wild Animals of North America Number 8: Moose
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
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? (photograph)
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"Wild Animals of North America Number 8: Moose"

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Lost in the Snow
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?
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Mrs. Reese stumbles into the Ponderosa in a snowstorm, saying that her husband lies injured in the blizzard. As the Cartwrights help her search she fires off a gun in hopes that her husband will hear, triggering a landslide that blocks the train. She returns to the Ponderosa while the Cartwrights continue searching, eventually learning that all of this has been a dodge to cover the escape of train robbers. They are unsuccessful in capturing the gang, but Hoss recovers the stolen loot.

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The Windwagon
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A former seamen is trying an experimental sail-driven wagon, and wants Bedrock Barnes to invest. But Bedrock knows that in the desert, the wind often stops.

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The Sportsman
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?
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?
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The lieutenant governor of Massachusetts asks the Cartwrights to host an Englishman on a hunting trip. When the Shoshone see that Sir Wilfred is wantonly killing buffalo, they want to attack. Little Joe tries to mediate, but winds up having to defeat Sir Wilfred in a boxing match. The Shoshone capture both, and send Little Joe to negotiate for the hunting party to leave their territory, but the hunters hogtie Little Joe. Making his escape he frees Sir Wilfred and convinces him to leave the territory, satisfying the Shoshone.

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Roads and Vehicles Number 52: Pipelines
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?
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Published April-May 1964 by DC
The Challenge of the Expanding World
Bob Haney
Alex Toth
Bob Brown
Atom [Ray Palmer]; Flash [Barry Allen]; Iris West; Harry; Dr. Willis Stanton; Larnus (first appearance); Arbellice (first appearance); Zarn (first appearance); Attila-5 (first appearance; villain)
"The Challenge of the Expanding World" Flash and Atom must stop a microscopic world from expanding.
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Published April-May 1964 by DC

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Story Title
The Challenge of the Expanding World
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Alex Toth
Cover Art
Bob Brown
Character Appearances
Atom [Ray Palmer]; Flash [Barry Allen]; Iris West; Harry; Dr. Willis Stanton; Larnus (first appearance); Arbellice (first appearance); Zarn (first appearance); Attila-5 (first appearance; villain)
Storyline
"The Challenge of the Expanding World" Flash and Atom must stop a microscopic world from expanding.
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Published April 1964 by Harvey

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Published April-May 1964 by DC
Triple Terror of Mr. Dimension
Arnold Drake
Bob Brown
Bob Brown
Challengers of the Unknown [Ace Morgan; Prof Haley; Red Ryan; Rocky Davis]; Professor Kurtz (alien); VILLAIN: Mr. Dimension
"Triple Terror of Mr. Dimension" The Challengers versus Mr. Dimension.
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Published April-May 1964 by DC

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Story Title
Triple Terror of Mr. Dimension
Writer
Arnold Drake
Interior Art
Bob Brown
Cover Art
Bob Brown
Character Appearances
Challengers of the Unknown [Ace Morgan; Prof Haley; Red Ryan; Rocky Davis]; Professor Kurtz (alien); VILLAIN: Mr. Dimension
Storyline
"Triple Terror of Mr. Dimension" The Challengers versus Mr. Dimension.

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The Last Days of the Challengers
Script
France Ed Herron
Pencils
Bob Brown
Story Line
Professor Elber devises a scheme to kill the Challengers, but dies of a heart attack before he can put his plan in motion. Unfortunately for the Challengers, his robots are able to set the plan in motion.

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Story Title
Peter Puptent Explorer [The Tomb]
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
Peter and Stanley explore a tomb.
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