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Published May 1963 by DC Tags: Anniversary

Anniversary Issue

Superman Under the Red Sun!
Edmond Hamilton
Al Plastino
Curt Swan
Superman; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Lois Lane; The Superman Revenge Squad; Mr. Mxyzptlk robot; Perry White robot; Jimmy Olsen robot; Supergirl robot; Lex Luthor robot; Lois Lane robots; Martha Kent (memory); Jonathan Kent (memory); Lana Lang (memory); Chief Parker (memory)
"Superman Under the Red Sun!" The Superman Revenge Squad tricks Superman into following them into the far future where the sun has turned red and Superman loses his powers. Superman crosses the barren and strange future world to reach the Fortress of Solitude where he finds the means to return home.
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Published May 1963 by DC Tags: Anniversary

Anniversary Issue

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Story Title
Superman Under the Red Sun!
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
Al Plastino
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Lois Lane; The Superman Revenge Squad; Mr. Mxyzptlk robot; Perry White robot; Jimmy Olsen robot; Supergirl robot; Lex Luthor robot; Lois Lane robots; Martha Kent (memory); Jonathan Kent (memory); Lana Lang (memory); Chief Parker (memory)
Storyline
"Superman Under the Red Sun!" The Superman Revenge Squad tricks Superman into following them into the far future where the sun has turned red and Superman loses his powers. Superman crosses the barren and strange future world to reach the Fortress of Solitude where he finds the means to return home.

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The Return of Super-Horse!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line
Comet's amnesia is finally cured and he is reunited with Supegirl.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
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Published May 1963 by DC
The Super-Menace of Smallville!
?
George Papp
Curt Swan
Superboy; Luthor; the Kents; Lana Lang; Pete Ross; Chief Parker
"The Super-Menace of Smallville!" Luthor plagues Smallville with a Red Kryptonite palgue.
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Published May 1963 by DC

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Story Title
The Super-Menace of Smallville!
Writer
?
Interior Art
George Papp
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superboy; Luthor; the Kents; Lana Lang; Pete Ross; Chief Parker
Storyline
"The Super-Menace of Smallville!" Luthor plagues Smallville with a Red Kryptonite palgue.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
Tricksy, a high-wire artist, can't find an empty bunk, so he goes to sleep on the high wire.

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The Return of Lightning Lad!
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
John Forte
Story Line
Lightning Lad's sister impersonates her dead brother and joins the Legion.
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Published May-June 1963 by DC
"This way, varlet! Why dost thou run away?"
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Bob Oksner ?
Jerry Lewis; pretty lady (unnamed); the Midas brothers; Fifi Gorgeous; villains (unnamed) disguised as Ponce de Leon
""This way, varlet! Why dost thou run away?"" The elderly and wealthy Midas quintuplets commission Jerry Lewis to help their niece find the Fountain of Youth. Various con men try to swindle him, but he stumbles onto it in the end.
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Published May-June 1963 by DC

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Story Title
"This way, varlet! Why dost thou run away?"
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Bob Oksner ?
Character Appearances
Jerry Lewis; pretty lady (unnamed); the Midas brothers; Fifi Gorgeous; villains (unnamed) disguised as Ponce de Leon
Storyline
""This way, varlet! Why dost thou run away?"" The elderly and wealthy Midas quintuplets commission Jerry Lewis to help their niece find the Fountain of Youth. Various con men try to swindle him, but he stumbles onto it in the end.

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"It certainly took a while to explain everything to the police, Jerry..."
Script
?
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?
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"We have the money-- Do you have the map, Mr...Mr..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Published May 1963 by Archie
The Girl Who Knew Too Much
Robert Bernstein
John Rosenberger
John Rosenberger
The Jaguar; Jill Ross
"The Girl Who Knew Too Much" Jill Ross discovers that her boss -- zoologist Ralph Hardy-- is really the Jaguar.
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Published May 1963 by Archie

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Story Title
The Girl Who Knew Too Much
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
John Rosenberger
Cover Art
John Rosenberger
Character Appearances
The Jaguar; Jill Ross
Storyline
"The Girl Who Knew Too Much" Jill Ross discovers that her boss -- zoologist Ralph Hardy-- is really the Jaguar.

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Story Title
The Giant Jaguar Greeting Cards
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
The Jaguar comes to thank a greeting card company for making gigantic cards of him for each holiday. But the cards are a trap set for the hero by an alien race.

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The Jaguar versus the Mind Monster
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
Ralph uses a memory ray on Jill to make her forget about his secret identity. But that ray changes a common thief into a deformed human with massive psionic abilities after being exposed to it for hours.
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First Appearance of the Vulture

Duel to the Death with the Vulture!
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Vulture [Adrian Toomes] (Villain; Introduction); J. Jonah Jameson; Flash Thompson; Liz Allen; May Parker
"Duel to the Death with the Vulture!" The Vulture is so confident in his abilities that he announces his plans to steal a diamond shipment to the police. When Spider-Man hears this he decides to stop the Vulture.
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Published May 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Vulture

First Appearance of the Vulture

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Story Title
Duel to the Death with the Vulture!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Vulture [Adrian Toomes] (Villain; Introduction); J. Jonah Jameson; Flash Thompson; Liz Allen; May Parker
Storyline
"Duel to the Death with the Vulture!" The Vulture is so confident in his abilities that he announces his plans to steal a diamond shipment to the police. When Spider-Man hears this he decides to stop the Vulture.

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The Uncanny Threat of the Terrible Tinkerer!
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Steve Ditko
Story Line
When Peter Parker discovers some alien modifications to a professor's radio he tracks down a group of aliens with plans to take over the Earth.
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Published May-June 1963 by DC
The Secret Mission of King Neptune
Jack Miller ?
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy
Aquaman; Aqualad; Neptune (villain); Captain Crane
"The Secret Mission of King Neptune"
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Published May-June 1963 by DC

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Story Title
The Secret Mission of King Neptune
Writer
Jack Miller ?
Interior Art
Nick Cardy
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Aqualad; Neptune (villain); Captain Crane
Storyline
"The Secret Mission of King Neptune"
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Published May 1963 by Archie
Shell Shock
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Bob White
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Colonel the Apprentice Genie; Jughead Jones
"Shell Shock" Betty finds an apprentice genie in a walnut and tries to wish Archie was hers.
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Published May 1963 by Archie

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Story Title
Shell Shock
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Bob White
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Colonel the Apprentice Genie; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Shell Shock" Betty finds an apprentice genie in a walnut and tries to wish Archie was hers.

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Story Title
Scents-ible
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx has an alluring new scent.

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Neigh Neigh
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty plays a trick on Archie to test Veronica's trust in him.

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Hear Hear
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty demonstrates to Veronica that people only hear what is important to them.

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Chapeau Chatter
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica go shopping for a hat for Betty.

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Man Over-bored
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty overhears Archie saying he'd like a thrifty girlfriend, and sets out to demonstrate how thrifty she can be.
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Published May 1963 by Archie
Vicious Cycle
Frank Doyle
Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Pop Tate
"Vicious Cycle" Jughead takes an unplanned ride on Archie's unicycle, causing lots of property damage in the process.
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Published May 1963 by Archie

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Story Title
Vicious Cycle
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Pop Tate
Storyline
"Vicious Cycle" Jughead takes an unplanned ride on Archie's unicycle, causing lots of property damage in the process.

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Story Title
Soft Cell
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy discover that Jughead is deliberately getting himself sent to detention every day because he considers the detention room his own private study.

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Story Title
My Heavens!
Script
Joe Harold
Pencils
Joe Harold
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The Confidence Man
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead goes off to babysit little Terrence, whose reputation for terrorizing babysitters strikes fear into the hearts of Archie and Betty.

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Story Title
All That Glitters...
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead has no money except "One Yugoslavian Pfennig," so he tries to get more money by painting a rainbow with a pot of gold at the end of it.

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Story Title
Here's Health
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead goes on a health food kick, forcing Pop to change the name of his store to "Pop Tate's Health Haven."
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Published May-July 1963 by Dell
Helping Hand
?
Vince Colletta
? (photograph)
"Helping Hand"
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Published May-July 1963 by Dell

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Story Title
Helping Hand
Writer
?
Interior Art
Vince Colletta
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Storyline
"Helping Hand"

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Story Title
Sun and Fun
Script
?
Pencils
Vince Colletta
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Emergency
Script
?
Pencils
Vince Colletta ?
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Barbie's Baton
Script
?
Pencils
John Tartaglione
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Miss Wonderful
Script
?
Pencils
Vince Colletta
Story Line
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Published May 1963 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Silver Age Appearance of the Penguin

Batman's Psychic Twin
Dave Wood
Sheldon Moldoff
Sheldon Moldoff
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Kathy Kane; Jo-Jo Gagan (villain, death); Boss Bragg (villain, crime boss); Bragg's gang [Luke; Tobin; others un-named] (villains)
"Batman's Psychic Twin" A rare chemical explosion psychically links Batman with Jo-Jo Gagan, and when the underworld finds out about this, they turn on Gagan and attempt to kill him, believing that the Caped Crusader will perish as well.
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Published May 1963 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Silver Age Appearance of the Penguin

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Story Title
Batman's Psychic Twin
Writer
Dave Wood
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Kathy Kane; Jo-Jo Gagan (villain, death); Boss Bragg (villain, crime boss); Bragg's gang [Luke; Tobin; others un-named] (villains)
Storyline
"Batman's Psychic Twin" A rare chemical explosion psychically links Batman with Jo-Jo Gagan, and when the underworld finds out about this, they turn on Gagan and attempt to kill him, believing that the Caped Crusader will perish as well.

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Story Title
The Return of the Penguin
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line
Emerging from semi-retirement, due to the mocking of the underworld, the Penguin renews his battle of wits with the Caped Crusaders with a series of new bird-related crimes.
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Published May 1963 by Charlton
Back-Door Barnes
Joe Gill ?
Luis Dominguez
Sam Glanzman
"Back-Door Barnes"
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Published May 1963 by Charlton

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Story Title
Back-Door Barnes
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Luis Dominguez
Cover Art
Sam Glanzman
Storyline
"Back-Door Barnes"

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Mountain Menace
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Bill Molno
Story Line

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Story Title
Set-Up
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Luis Dominguez
Story Line

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The P.O.W. Master
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line

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Jungle Jump
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Sam Glanzman
Story Line
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Published by Gold Key
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Published May 1963 by DC
The Bizarre Split-Man
?
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; The Split-Man (villain)
"The Bizarre Split-Man" A professor experiments with extreme heat and cold and at erratic intervals turns into a creature that is blazing hot on one side and freezing cold on the other.
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Published May 1963 by DC

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Story Title
The Bizarre Split-Man
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Andre; Chuck; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Chop-Chop]; The Split-Man (villain)
Storyline
"The Bizarre Split-Man" A professor experiments with extreme heat and cold and at erratic intervals turns into a creature that is blazing hot on one side and freezing cold on the other.

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Story Title
Blackhawk's Secret Furlough
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Blackhawk tries to take a furlough from duty, but everywhere he goes he finds something that reminds him of the Blackhawks.

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Story Title
The Island of Super-Monkeys
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
A strange meteor lands on a Pacific Island, its radiation giving monkeys human-level intelligence.

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Story Title
"Professor, your robot is marvelous..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
Professor Eureka beats his robot at chess.
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Published May 1963 by Harvey
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Published May 1963 by Gold Key
No Hunting
Del Connell ?
?
?
Cave Kids [Sandy Stone; Sally Stone]
"No Hunting" When a policeman walks up on Sandy and Sally catching a dinosaur with a rope they switch to jumping rope so they don't get in trouble.
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Published May 1963 by Gold Key

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Story Title
No Hunting
Writer
Del Connell ?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Cave Kids [Sandy Stone; Sally Stone]
Storyline
"No Hunting" When a policeman walks up on Sandy and Sally catching a dinosaur with a rope they switch to jumping rope so they don't get in trouble.

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Story Title
Half a Hero
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
When Flappy is on vacation and Rocky Ranger is unable to save everyone like he always does he finds that he can still help inspire them to save themselves, which is also a good deed. He rewards himself with a sleep break.

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Story Title
Flying Is for the Birds
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
When Buddy and Sheepy are flying they have a problem with the birds carrying them dive-bombing for food and throwing them all over the place. They decide they need to come up with a new way to fly. They create a working air balloon but a flying dragon burns it up. They crash land in Fly Valley where everything that flies has an address. They come up with the idea of two pelicans holding food in their beaks to fly them so that they can eat while flying.

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Story Title
Too Many Monsters
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The boys go out bragging that they are going hunting monsters and that the girls have to stay behind to sweep out the clubhouse. The girls follow them and find out that they are hunting monster pieces of fruit, not monsters. They put on a dinosaur disguise to scare them but they attract a dinosaur that chases them instead. They manage to chase away the dinosaur by tickling his feet and making him fall over. When he falls over it knocks a lot of fruit out of the trees and they take the boys there to brag about how they also could get a lot of fruit. When they get there, a Scoopisnootus is gathering up the food and it convinces the boys and girls that they both need to stay at the clubhouse.

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Story Title
Sheerluck Holmes
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Wally Gator decides he wants to be a detective and sets out to catch a pickpocket. After he messes up and reveals the private detectives on duty he has to find the pickpocket on his own. While talking to Kooky Kangaroo he finds out that someone has been feeding him for the use of his pouch to hide "family heirlooms". Wally catches him by putting mousetraps in the pouch instead.

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Story Title
The Big Pay-Off
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
When Rocky Ranger and Flappy rescue Sheepy from a fall he rewards them with bubble gum. Rocky refuses but Flappy eats some, blews a huge bubble, and it makes him float away. When it pops Flappy falls on top of a Mastadon saving a lollipop salesman. He rewards them with a huge lollipop, which Rocky reluctantly accepts after Flappy licks it. Flappy turns out to be a horrible flyer when he focuses more on lollipop licking than flying.

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Story Title
Beastly Band
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
The Cave Kids find a trunk with instruments inside. They decide they can have some fun playing the instruments and at the same time the owner of the trunk might hear them and can come back and claim it. Instead, they attract a bunch of animals. The Cave Kids hide in a tree and figure out that each animal attracted makes a noise like one of the instruments. They use the hollow tree like a megaphone and call for help. The owners of the instruments, a circus that uses the instruments to attract animals for the circus, show up to rescue them and thank the Cave Kids for their help. To reward them they give them a special show, including lots of free food!

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Story Title
Vine-Swinging
Script
Del Connell ?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Sheepy is swinging through the forest on vines when he accidently grabs onto an animal's tail and is pulled behind him.
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Published May 1963 by Hallden; Fawcett
Color Crazy
Fred Toole
Owen Fitzgerald
Owen Fitzgerald
Dennis Mitchell; Tommy Anderson; Joey McDonald; Sally; George Wilson; Alice Mitchell
"Color Crazy"
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Published May 1963 by Hallden; Fawcett

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Story Title
Color Crazy
Writer
Fred Toole
Interior Art
Owen Fitzgerald
Cover Art
Owen Fitzgerald
Character Appearances
Dennis Mitchell; Tommy Anderson; Joey McDonald; Sally; George Wilson; Alice Mitchell
Storyline
"Color Crazy"

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Story Title
The Plane Truth
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Owen Fitzgerald
Story Line

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Story Title
Day by Day with Dennis
Script
Hank Ketcham
Pencils
Hank Ketcham
Story Line
Reprints of 7 daily Dennis the Menace cartoons.

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Story Title
Shorty's Tall Stories
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Shorty tells how he delivered the first airmail letter.

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Story Title
Dennis Acts Up
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Owen Fitzgerald
Story Line
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Published Summer 1963 by Hallden; Fawcett
Ruff Stuff
Hank Ketcham
Hank Ketcham
Al Wiseman
"Ruff Stuff" Reprints of 3 daily Dennis the Menace cartoons.
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Published Summer 1963 by Hallden; Fawcett

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Story Title
Ruff Stuff
Writer
Hank Ketcham
Interior Art
Hank Ketcham
Cover Art
Al Wiseman
Storyline
"Ruff Stuff" Reprints of 3 daily Dennis the Menace cartoons.

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Story Title
Putting on the Dog
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
A Ruff Day!
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
A Bone to Pick
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
Movie Mischief
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Garden Smarty
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
Ruff's Family Tree
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
RXuff Treatment
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
Dream Dog
Script
Fred Toole
Pencils
Al Wiseman
Story Line

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Story Title
More Ruff Stuff
Script
Hank Ketcham
Pencils
Hank Ketcham
Story Line
Reprints of 4 daily Dennis the Menace cartoons.
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Published May 1963 by DC
The Jungle Man of Gotham City
Dave Wood
Sheldon Moldoff
Sheldon Moldoff
Batman; Robin [Dick Grayson]; James Gordon; Eli Mattock; Jungle-Man [Tommy Young]; Edgar Young (Tommy's father); Mrs. Young (Tommy's mother)
"The Jungle Man of Gotham City"
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Story Title
The Jungle Man of Gotham City
Writer
Dave Wood
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Character Appearances
Batman; Robin [Dick Grayson]; James Gordon; Eli Mattock; Jungle-Man [Tommy Young]; Edgar Young (Tommy's father); Mrs. Young (Tommy's mother)
Storyline
"The Jungle Man of Gotham City"

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Story Title
The Man of 1,000 Disguises
Script
Jack Miller ?
Pencils
Joe Certa
Story Line
Manhunter takes a performer's place to unmask him as a master criminal.

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Story Title
"Hands up, everybody!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
Story Line
Lefty Looie has to hurry up during robbing a bank cause his get-away car is double-parked.
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Published May 1963 by Harvey
Big Gas Bag
?
Warren Kremer
Warren Kremer
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
"Big Gas Bag" A witch's spell makes Stumbo lighter than air and he nearly floats away forever.
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Published May 1963 by Harvey

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Story Title
Big Gas Bag
Writer
?
Interior Art
Warren Kremer
Cover Art
Warren Kremer
Character Appearances
Stumbo; Mayor; Officer O'Floodle
Storyline
"Big Gas Bag" A witch's spell makes Stumbo lighter than air and he nearly floats away forever.

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Story Title
Granny Blowtorch
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Granny Blowtorch has a cold and every time she sneezes she sets something on fire.

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Story Title
The Strange Spell
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Cupid magically changes Hot Stuff's fork so that it emits love and kindness rather than fire.

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Story Title
"One way to get more business in Tinytown..."
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
The Mayor decides to declare Stumbo a tourist attraction.

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Story Title
A Hero's Reward
Script
?
Pencils
Warren Kremer
Story Line
Hot Stuff hears on television that heroes are rewarded for saving people so he looks around for someone to save so that he can collect a reward.

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Story Title
"Whee!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Hot Stuff finds a different way to play on a slide.
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Published May 1963 by DC
I Don't Love You Anymore
?
?
John Romita
"I Don't Love You Anymore"
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Published May 1963 by DC

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Story Title
I Don't Love You Anymore
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
John Romita
Storyline
"I Don't Love You Anymore"

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Story Title
First Prize for Love
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
My Many Loves
Script
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Love is No Act
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Bob Kanigher
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John Romita
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