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Published July 1963 by DC
The Amazing Confession of Perry White
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Al Plastino
Curt Swan
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Perry White; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Alice White; Superman robots
"The Amazing Confession of Perry White" To protect Perry White from criminals who are trying to kill him, Superman pretends to be Perry, but things get complicated when Lois learns his "secret identity" and publishes the story, and when Perry gets impatient and starts to pretend that he's Superman.
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Published July 1963 by DC

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The Amazing Confession of Perry White
Writer
?
Interior Art
Al Plastino
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Perry White; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Alice White; Superman robots
Storyline
"The Amazing Confession of Perry White" To protect Perry White from criminals who are trying to kill him, Superman pretends to be Perry, but things get complicated when Lois learns his "secret identity" and publishes the story, and when Perry gets impatient and starts to pretend that he's Superman.

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The Day Super-Horse Went Wild!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line
After Supergirl and Comet save Lori Lemaris and Jerro from Vostar, an Atlantean criminal scientist, he plots revenge by telepathically commanding Comet to go on a destructive spree through time and space.

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""Bebe, you made a lot of noise..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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"Look at this, Jerry..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff
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Published July 1963 by DC
The Doom of the Super-Heroes!
Edmond Hamilton
John Forte
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Cosmic Boy; Saturn Girl; Bouncing Boy; Chameleon Boy; Triplicate Girl (cameo); Brainiac 5; Star Boy (cameo); Superboy; Ultra Boy; Colossal Boy (cameo); Element Lad (cameo); Invisible Kid; Lightning Lass; Sun Boy; Shrinking Violet]; Mxyzptlk V [as Mask Man]
"The Doom of the Super-Heroes!" The Legion confronts a masked raider looting Metropolis, who turns out to be deadly, killing several of the Legionnaires.
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Published July 1963 by DC

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The Doom of the Super-Heroes!
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
John Forte
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Cosmic Boy; Saturn Girl; Bouncing Boy; Chameleon Boy; Triplicate Girl (cameo); Brainiac 5; Star Boy (cameo); Superboy; Ultra Boy; Colossal Boy (cameo); Element Lad (cameo); Invisible Kid; Lightning Lass; Sun Boy; Shrinking Violet]; Mxyzptlk V [as Mask Man]
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"The Doom of the Super-Heroes!" The Legion confronts a masked raider looting Metropolis, who turns out to be deadly, killing several of the Legionnaires.

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Part II: Last Stand of the Legion!
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
John Forte
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Superboy figures out Mask Man's identity and returns him to the 5th Dimension, restoring to life all the Legionnaires.

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"Pete! You go upstairs now and write your 500 word composition for school!"
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Little Pete writes a composition about the fact that it is raining after watching Superman on TV.

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When Krypto Was Superboy's Master!
Script
George Kashdan
Pencils
George Papp
Story Line
Superboy and Krypto exchange minds
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Published July-August 1963 by DC
"Come back and be shot-- Or we'll shoot!"
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Bob Oksner
Bob Oksner
""Come back and be shot-- Or we'll shoot!""
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Published July-August 1963 by DC

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"Come back and be shot-- Or we'll shoot!"
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Bob Oksner
Cover Art
Bob Oksner
Storyline
""Come back and be shot-- Or we'll shoot!""

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"We're nearing Loopledorp so here's the situation, men!"
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?
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Bob Oksner
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"Faster! Faster! The ship leaves at the stroke of dawn!"
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?
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Bob Oksner
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Published July 1963 by Gold Key

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Published July 1963 by Archie
Return of the Spider!
Robert Bernstein
John Rosenberger
John Rosenberger
The Fly; The Spider; "Big Joe" Saxton (a mobster)
"Return of the Spider!" After he's captured by the Fly, "Big Joe" Saxton springs the Fly's foe the Spider free from jail in order to defeat the hero once and for all.
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Published July 1963 by Archie

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Return of the Spider!
Writer
Robert Bernstein
Interior Art
John Rosenberger
Cover Art
John Rosenberger
Character Appearances
The Fly; The Spider; "Big Joe" Saxton (a mobster)
Storyline
"Return of the Spider!" After he's captured by the Fly, "Big Joe" Saxton springs the Fly's foe the Spider free from jail in order to defeat the hero once and for all.

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The Traitor Fly
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
John Rosenberger
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After being shown a top-secret government defense against an atomic bomb, the Fly seemingly goes insane and destroys the project.

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Black Hood Teaches Karate
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
John Rosenberger
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The Spider's Revenge! (Part II)
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
Fly Girl inadvertently aids the Fly in escaping from the Spider's trap. But the hero decides to take down the wily criminal mastermind alone.
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Published July-September [1963] by Dell
Tree House
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"Tree House"
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Tree House
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?
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?
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"Tree House"

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Culture Caper
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?
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?
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Sweet Kids
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?
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?
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Subway Sidney
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?
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?
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Roughing It
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?
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?
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Spoiled Brat
Script
?
Pencils
?
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First Appearance of Doctor Octopus

Spider-Man Versus Doctor Octopus
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Doctor Octopus [Otto Octavius] (Introduction; Origin); Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Charlie (Burglar); J Jonah Jameson; May Parker; Flash Thompson; Liz Allen
"Spider-Man Versus Doctor Octopus" When an experiment goes wrong, Otto Octavius gains control of his robotic arms and decides to take over an atomic facility, but Spider-Man stops him.
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Published July 1963 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Doctor Octopus

First Appearance of Doctor Octopus

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Spider-Man Versus Doctor Octopus
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Doctor Octopus [Otto Octavius] (Introduction; Origin); Human Torch [Johnny Storm]; Charlie (Burglar); J Jonah Jameson; May Parker; Flash Thompson; Liz Allen
Storyline
"Spider-Man Versus Doctor Octopus" When an experiment goes wrong, Otto Octavius gains control of his robotic arms and decides to take over an atomic facility, but Spider-Man stops him.
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Published July-August 1963 by DC
The War of the Water Sprites
Jack Miller ?
Nick Cardy
Nick Cardy
Aquaman; Aqualad; Quisp; Quirk (villain); Quilp
"The War of the Water Sprites"
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Published July-August 1963 by DC

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The War of the Water Sprites
Writer
Jack Miller ?
Interior Art
Nick Cardy
Cover Art
Nick Cardy
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Aqualad; Quisp; Quirk (villain); Quilp
Storyline
"The War of the Water Sprites"
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Published July 1963 by Archie
The Hard Sell
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Samm Schwartz
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones
"The Hard Sell" When Archie wants to convince the girls to give him the lead part in the school play, he asks Jughead to be his agent.
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Published July 1963 by Archie

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The Hard Sell
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"The Hard Sell" When Archie wants to convince the girls to give him the lead part in the school play, he asks Jughead to be his agent.

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Oodles of Charoodles
Script
?
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
Archie and Veronica play a charades game called "Charoodles."

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It's Later Than You Think
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Miss Grundy explains that mankind is a relative latecomer in the history of the world. Archie uses this as an excuse for being late for class.

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Muscle Tussle
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Reggie can beat anyone at finger-wrestling, except Moose.

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Card Caper!
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
On their latest report cards, Archie and Veronica have better grades in Latin but worse in math. Miss Grundy explains the dating shenanigans behind the grades.

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Stop, Book and Listen!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Hap ignores Jinx while reading the book "How to Raise a Happy Child."

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Double-Takes
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Vigoda
Story Line
Two-panel gags with Archie and the gang.

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The House That Lodge Built
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
In a story mostly told in narrative captions, Archie gets a chance to redeem himself in Mr. Lodge's eyes when he notices a fire in the Lodge mansion.
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Published July 1963 by Archie
Directions, Please
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Dan DeCarlo
Bob White ?
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"Directions, Please" Betty tries the "old-fashioned girl" approach by baking cookies to get Archie. Veronica goes for the sexy dress and perfume method. They invite Archie over, where Betty ruins Veronica's dress and Veronica ruins Betty's cookies.
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Published July 1963 by Archie

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Directions, Please
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Bob White ?
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"Directions, Please" Betty tries the "old-fashioned girl" approach by baking cookies to get Archie. Veronica goes for the sexy dress and perfume method. They invite Archie over, where Betty ruins Veronica's dress and Veronica ruins Betty's cookies.

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Forget Me Not!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx goes to the grocery store for her mother. She remembers all the items on the list, but forgets to take the money.

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Runner Up
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica twists a comment by Betty into an insult of Archie. Archie goes to talk to Betty, but Betty decides to play hard to get. Archie ends up chasing Betty and eventually tackling her.

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Vocal Yokel
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Betty proves that Veronica's voice teacher is only interested in rich students.

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Hair Care
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Betty spends much time in doing a special hair style for her date with Archie. But after a short ride in Archie's jalopy, her hair is all wind-blown and sloppy.

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Pursuit of Happiness
Script
?
Pencils
Bob White ?
Story Line
Veronica is chased by boys. Betty explains to Jughead that Veronica will let the boy catch her when it's the right one. That leads to the unusual scene of Jughead chasing Betty.
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Published July 1963 by Archie
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Published July 1963 by Archie

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Published July 1963 by Archie
Success Symbol
Frank Doyle
Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge
"Success Symbol" After Veronica says no one could make her father like Archie, Jughead takes this as a challenge, and manages to talk Mr. Lodge into believing that all his health and success is due to Archie.
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Published July 1963 by Archie

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Story Title
Success Symbol
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge
Storyline
"Success Symbol" After Veronica says no one could make her father like Archie, Jughead takes this as a challenge, and manages to talk Mr. Lodge into believing that all his health and success is due to Archie.

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A Nose For News
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Jughead looks in a pot to see what his mom is cooking.

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Love Starved
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
A girl suspects Jughead is just dating her to get food.

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The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
Professor Jughead tells the true story of Paul Revere, whose midnight ride was an advertising campaign for English muffins.

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Out of Order!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx finds out the toaster doesn't work with marshmallows.

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Heaven Can Wait
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
After saying "Alas, poor Jughead, I knew him well," Archie demonstrates to Betty that he does, indeed, know Jughead better than anybody.

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Aunt Juggie's Advice to the Lovelorn!
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
"Aunt Juggie" gives helpful advice to perplexed people.

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Take Me Out of the Ballgame
Script
?
Pencils
Samm Schwartz
Story Line
When Moose gets injured during a baseball game, Coach Kleats has to replace him with Jughead, whose ineptitude drives the Coach into near-murderous hysterics.
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Published Summer 1963 by Archie
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Published Summer 1963 by DC
The Power that Doomed Batman
Bill Finger
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Sheldon Moldoff; Dick Sprang
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; "Big Joe" Foster; Professor Blake
"The Power that Doomed Batman" Batman takes up a plane on an experimental flight, and, after crossing through the tail of a comet, finds himself glowing strangely and endowed with super powers. The Dynamic Duo must then race against the clock to find a cure before the glow dies away....along with Batman's life!
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Published Summer 1963 by DC

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Story Title
The Power that Doomed Batman
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff; Dick Sprang
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; "Big Joe" Foster; Professor Blake
Storyline
"The Power that Doomed Batman" Batman takes up a plane on an experimental flight, and, after crossing through the tail of a comet, finds himself glowing strangely and endowed with super powers. The Dynamic Duo must then race against the clock to find a cure before the glow dies away....along with Batman's life!

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The Merman Batman
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Story Line
While chasing down a wanted criminal, Batman is struck by lightning and falls into the harbor. When he rises out of the water, he discovers that he cannot breathe air and has literally become a human fish.

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Rip Van Batman
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Story Line
Looking for criminal Al Hackett, Batman enters a greenhouse w/exotic flowers, however, after succumbing to the strange floral vapours, he passes out. On awakening, he finds himself in the future, but he has aged into an old man and discovers that Dick Grayson is now Batman, having taken on a new junior partner.

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The Zebra Batman
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Story Line
An insideous criminal discovers a way to charge his body like a magnet to commit crimes, but Batman, in trying to stop him, accidently becomes charged as well, making the villain's capture difficult.

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The Grown-Up Boy Wonder
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [ghost for Bob Kane]
Story Line
While examining a lead-lined box Superman had brought back from outer space, Dick accidently touches a release, emitting a gas that causes him to grow bodily into manhood, thus forcing him to give up his Robin personna and to adopt a different crime fighting ID - The Owlman.

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The Bewitched Batman
Script
Jerry Coleman
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
While in England attending a convention, Batman stumbles into an ancient cave's "booby trap" set up years before by a sorcerer named Fangan. Robin appeals to Superman for help, as Batman believes that if he doesn't carry out Fangan's commands, he will perish.

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The Phantom Batman
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
Dick Sprang
Story Line
Batman inexplicably is affected by an explosion in an experimental electronics laboratory that reverses the atoms in his body.

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The Giant Batman
Script
Edmond Hamilton
Pencils
Dick Sprang
Story Line
Batman & Robin are invited to Doctor Greggson's lab to witness two new inventions: the Maximizer and the Minimizer. Unfortunately, the Maximizer plays on the Caped Crusader, who begins to grow uncontrollably, and finds he must leave Gotham City for the people's protection, allowing crime to seemingly run rampant.
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Published July 1963 by Charlton
Sam Glanzman; ?
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Published July 1963 by Charlton

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Sam Glanzman; ?
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Published July-September 1963 by Dell
Lights Out!
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Beany; Cecil; Captain Horatio Huffenpuff
"Lights Out!"
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Published July-September 1963 by Dell

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Lights Out!
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Beany; Cecil; Captain Horatio Huffenpuff
Storyline
"Lights Out!"

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Dinner Time!
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?
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?
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Rainbow Land
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?
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?
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Little Red D.J.
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?
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?
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All Wet
Script
?
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?
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Published July-September 1963 by Dell
Goin' Fishin'
D. J. Arneson
Bill Fraccio
? (photograph)
Grannie; Jed Clampett
"Goin' Fishin'" Grannie goes fishing.
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Published July-September 1963 by Dell

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Story Title
Goin' Fishin'
Writer
D. J. Arneson
Interior Art
Bill Fraccio
Cover Art
? (photograph)
Character Appearances
Grannie; Jed Clampett
Storyline
"Goin' Fishin'" Grannie goes fishing.

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Live Elegant
Script
D. J. Arneson
Pencils
Bill Fraccio
Story Line
Royal Volvanian exiles move in next door to the Clampetts.
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Published July 1963 by DC
The Super-Blackhawks of the Secret Dimension
Dave Wood
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chuck; Chop-Chop; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Andre]; Mind Master (villain); The Hoopster (villain); Dirg (villain)
"The Super-Blackhawks of the Secret Dimension" Chuck, Chop-Chop, and Hendrickson are trapped in another dimension after taking outlaw Dirg back from Earth. The three have super-powers there and fight the Mind Master and his illusions. Meanwhile on Earth the other Blackhawks are trapped by the Hoopster.
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Published July 1963 by DC

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The Super-Blackhawks of the Secret Dimension
Writer
Dave Wood
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Blackhawks [Blackhawk; Chuck; Chop-Chop; Hendrickson; Olaf; Stanislaus; Andre]; Mind Master (villain); The Hoopster (villain); Dirg (villain)
Storyline
"The Super-Blackhawks of the Secret Dimension" Chuck, Chop-Chop, and Hendrickson are trapped in another dimension after taking outlaw Dirg back from Earth. The three have super-powers there and fight the Mind Master and his illusions. Meanwhile on Earth the other Blackhawks are trapped by the Hoopster.

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Story Title
The Riddle of the Four Clues
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
Underworld boss King Keene dies in Monte Carlo, but leaves clues to a hidden cache of loot to two gangs. The Blackhawks intercept two clues and have to decipher them to beat the gangs to the cache.

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Story Title
"These flowers haven't grown much..."
Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line
Moolah decides to make it rain.
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Published July 1963 by Gold Key
Archaeology, Number 5: The Tomb of Seti I
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Joe Certa?
George Wilson (painted)
"Archaeology, Number 5: The Tomb of Seti I"
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Published July 1963 by Gold Key

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Archaeology, Number 5: The Tomb of Seti I
Writer
?
Interior Art
Joe Certa?
Cover Art
George Wilson (painted)
Storyline
"Archaeology, Number 5: The Tomb of Seti I"

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Something from the Past
Script
?
Pencils
Jerry Robinson
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The Menace of the Missing Mummy
Script
Paul S. Newman
Pencils
Bill Lignante
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Lo! The Mighty Hunter
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Tom Gill
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Burn, Witch, Burn
Script
?
Pencils
Don Heck
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Archaeology, Number 4: The Tomb of King Tut
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Certa?
Story Line
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Published July 1963 by Harvey

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