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Published August 1965 by DC
The Invisible Life of Jimmy Olsen!
Otto Binder
Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Superman [Clark Kent]; Jimmy Olsen; Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Perry White; "Quiz King" Corbin
"The Invisible Life of Jimmy Olsen!" Superman accidentally turns Jimmy invisible, this results in super problems for the Cub Reporter.
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Story Title
The Invisible Life of Jimmy Olsen!
Writer
Otto Binder
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Jimmy Olsen; Lois Lane; Lucy Lane; Perry White; "Quiz King" Corbin
Storyline
"The Invisible Life of Jimmy Olsen!" Superman accidentally turns Jimmy invisible, this results in super problems for the Cub Reporter.

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Perry White, Cub Reporter!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
The tables are turned when Jimmy becomes editor of the Daily Planet and Perry is demoted to the role of Cub Reporter.

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Jimmy Olsen, Speed Demon!
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
Jimmy accidentally drinks Professor Claude's super-speed serum and all is well until his new ability wears off suddenly.

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The Radioactive Boy!
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
An atomic pile leak contaminates Jimmy and gives him a radioactive touch of death.

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Story Title
Jimmy the Genie!
Script
Robert Bernstein
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
Jimmy releases a genie named Abdul and accidentally switches places with him, becoming a genie under Abdul's power. Jimmy prevents Abdul from taking advantage of the situation until he can turn Abdul back into a genie under his control.

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Superman's Enemy!
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
A strange space jewel reverses Jimmy's emotions causing him to hate his best pal Superman.

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Jimmy Olsen's Kookie Scoops!
Script
Jerry Siegel
Pencils
John Forte
Story Line
When Jimmy gets a job on the Bizarro World's newspaper the "Daily Htrae", he struggles to get to grips with the Bizarro idea of a scoop.

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Superman's Super-Rival!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Curt Swan
Story Line
Why does Jimmy replace Superman with a new super pal - a stranger clad in lead bandages called Mysterio?
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Published August 1965 by DC
The Three Generations of Superman!
Edmond Hamilton
Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Superman I [Kal-El]; Jor-El II; Kal-El II
"The Three Generations of Superman!" Superman I and Kal-El II discover a plot to invade the Earth. But can an aging hero and his super-young grandson save the day?
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Story Title
The Three Generations of Superman!
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman I [Kal-El]; Jor-El II; Kal-El II
Storyline
"The Three Generations of Superman!" Superman I and Kal-El II discover a plot to invade the Earth. But can an aging hero and his super-young grandson save the day?

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Supergirl- Fugitive from Justice!
Script
Leo Dorfman
Pencils
Jim Mooney (signed)
Story Line
Supergirl is accused of murder in another dimension and her worst accuser may be her cousin Superman!
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Published August 1965 by DC
Starfinger!
Edmond Hamilton
John Forte
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Light Lass; Sun Boy; Ultra Boy; Matter-Eater Lad; Colossal Boy; Phantom Girl; Lightning Lad [also as Starfinger]; Cosmic Boy; Star Boy; Saturn Girl; Brainiac 5; Mon-El; Element Lad; Invisible Kid; Light Lass]; Dr. Hanscom
"Starfinger!" The Legionnaires must guard the valuable mineral rejuvium from Starfinger, who threatens to destroy the Seven Wonders of the 30th Century. While confronting him, Saturn Girl gets a glimpse of his thoughts and realizes that he is a Legionnaire.
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Starfinger!
Writer
Edmond Hamilton
Interior Art
John Forte
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Light Lass; Sun Boy; Ultra Boy; Matter-Eater Lad; Colossal Boy; Phantom Girl; Lightning Lad [also as Starfinger]; Cosmic Boy; Star Boy; Saturn Girl; Brainiac 5; Mon-El; Element Lad; Invisible Kid; Light Lass]; Dr. Hanscom
Storyline
"Starfinger!" The Legionnaires must guard the valuable mineral rejuvium from Starfinger, who threatens to destroy the Seven Wonders of the 30th Century. While confronting him, Saturn Girl gets a glimpse of his thoughts and realizes that he is a Legionnaire.

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Superboy's Underground Exile!
Script
?
Pencils
Al Plastino
Story Line
After a missile test, Superboy has to remain underground.
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The Ghost That Lived!
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Chic Stone
Kurt Schaffenberger [as Jay Kafka] (signed)
Nemesis
"The Ghost That Lived!"
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The Ghost That Lived!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Interior Art
Chic Stone
Cover Art
Kurt Schaffenberger [as Jay Kafka] (signed)
Character Appearances
Nemesis
Storyline
"The Ghost That Lived!"

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Legend of the Sea
Script
Richard Hughes [as Greg Olivetti]
Pencils
John Buscema
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What Are You Going to Do with Your Future, Joe?
Script
Kurato Osaki
Pencils
Hy Eisman
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Published August-September 1965 by DC
Cap's Hobby Center
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Cap; customer (unnamed)
"Cap's Hobby Center" Cap's young customer wants to buy an HO railroad engine, but can't afford one with a bell.
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Published August-September 1965 by DC

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Cap's Hobby Center
Writer
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Interior Art
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Cover Art
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Character Appearances
Cap; customer (unnamed)
Storyline
"Cap's Hobby Center" Cap's young customer wants to buy an HO railroad engine, but can't afford one with a bell.

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Story Title
Missile Beach Party
Script
Arnold Drake
Pencils
Bob Oksner
Story Line
Bob Hope and Harvard-Harvard try surfing in Florida, and are accidentally caught up in the blastoff of a rocket to Venus. They encounter strange creatures, including canine Emperor Hing the Heartless, before escaping back to Earth.
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Published July-August 1965 by DC
The Co-Pilot Was Death!
Robert Kanigher
Irv Novick
Russ Heath
"The Co-Pilot Was Death!"
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Published July-August 1965 by DC

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Story Title
The Co-Pilot Was Death!
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Russ Heath
Storyline
"The Co-Pilot Was Death!"

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Aces Of Dread
Script
Hank Chapman
Pencils
Irv Novick
Story Line
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Published August 1965 by Marvel
Bring Back My Goblin To Me!
Steve Ditko (plot); Stan Lee (script)
Steve Ditko
Steve Ditko
Spider-Man; The Green Goblin; Crime-Master; Patch [Frederick Foswell]; J. Jonah Jameson; Betty Brant; Barney Bushkin; Aunt May
"Bring Back My Goblin To Me!" Spider-Man is caught between the Green Goblin and the Crime-Master.
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Published August 1965 by Marvel

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Story Title
Bring Back My Goblin To Me!
Writer
Steve Ditko (plot); Stan Lee (script)
Interior Art
Steve Ditko
Cover Art
Steve Ditko
Character Appearances
Spider-Man; The Green Goblin; Crime-Master; Patch [Frederick Foswell]; J. Jonah Jameson; Betty Brant; Barney Bushkin; Aunt May
Storyline
"Bring Back My Goblin To Me!" Spider-Man is caught between the Green Goblin and the Crime-Master.
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Published August 1965 by Archie
The Favor
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Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge
"The Favor" Veronica demands that Archie get a new car.
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Story Title
The Favor
Writer
?
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"The Favor" Veronica demands that Archie get a new car.

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Medical Madness
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie creates a Jekyll-and-Hyde potion that makes him look exactly like Reggie.

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What's In a Word?
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Mr. Lodge, convinced that Archie will do him harm, repeatedly harms himself while trying to avoid Archie, while Archie does nothing but stand around and say the word "But."

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Story Title
Sky Pictures
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx lies under a tree and imagines pictures in the clouds above.

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Signs of Peace
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Tired of Betty's and Veronica's fighting, Archie creates signs and graffiti demanding peace.
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Published August 1965 by Archie
Deeper and Deeper
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling
Samm Schwartz
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Moose Mason
"Deeper and Deeper" Mr. Weatherbee tries to help boost Archie's confidence by finding something he can be better at than Reggie.
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Story Title
Deeper and Deeper
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Moose Mason
Storyline
"Deeper and Deeper" Mr. Weatherbee tries to help boost Archie's confidence by finding something he can be better at than Reggie.

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Story Title
One Step Beyond
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Mr. Weatherbee proves to a skeptical Miss Grundy that he has a preternatural ability to anticipate anything his students will do.
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Published August 1965 by Archie
Forget It
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Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Prof. Bentwhistle; Archie Andrews
"Forget It" Mr. Lodge hires Prof. Bentwhistle to hypnotize him into forgetting who Archie is. But the professor's efforts go a little farther than intended.
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Story Title
Forget It
Writer
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Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Hiram Lodge; Prof. Bentwhistle; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Forget It" Mr. Lodge hires Prof. Bentwhistle to hypnotize him into forgetting who Archie is. But the professor's efforts go a little farther than intended.

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Story Title
Triple Threat
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie makes the mistake of telling Veronica that he's going on a date with Betty. Suddenly mysterious "accidents" begin happening to him.

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Story Title
Message Center
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty sees a notice on the bulletin board directing her to stay after school, on the day Archie was to walk her home. She doesn't find out until it's too late that the note was planted by Veronica.

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Nailed Down
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Gigi shows Jinx her new nail polish.

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Bullygirl
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
After being dismissed by Veronica, Archie stages a situation where he saves her so she'll be beholden to him. Betty, however, tumbles to the scheme.
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Published August 1965 by Archie
The Wet Set
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Archie Andrews; Midge Klump; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason; three un-named guys
"The Wet Set" Moose dives into the pool, then asks Midge what she thought of his big splash. Midge says it wasn't bad, but Veronica made an even bigger splash without getting in the water. When Moose asks Midge how Veronica did this, Midge says "With her new bathing suit", and points to Veronica, who is wearing a bikini and is surrounded by Archie, Reggie and three other guys.
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Story Title
The Wet Set
Writer
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Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Midge Klump; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason; three un-named guys
Storyline
"The Wet Set" Moose dives into the pool, then asks Midge what she thought of his big splash. Midge says it wasn't bad, but Veronica made an even bigger splash without getting in the water. When Moose asks Midge how Veronica did this, Midge says "With her new bathing suit", and points to Veronica, who is wearing a bikini and is surrounded by Archie, Reggie and three other guys.

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Story Title
Stamp Champ
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie's mom asks him to help her paste her trading stamps into a book. Archie says he's really "stuck" with the job. Archie's mom points out that she just needs seven more books to replace their worn-out toaster, and just five more books to replace their worn-out lamp. Archie asks his mom how many books are needed to replace his worn-out tongue.

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Story Title
Scintillating Scent
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty is in the department store checking out various perfumes. She sniffs one, and asks the clerk if it's any good. The clerk replies that it's so good the customers never come back for more. When Betty asks her why, the clerk replies "They're too busy dating!"

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Story Title
Late Date
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie shows up at Veronica's door, ready to take her to the dance. Veronica is mad because Archie's late - she had told him that the dance was switched from 8PM to 7PM. Archie says he's sorry and that he forgot. Veronica asks why everything she says to him goes in one ear and out the other. Mr. Lodge, who is in the other room reading a newspaper, replies that there's nothing in between to stop it.

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Story Title
Rocky Romance
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Ethel and Jughead are at a dance or party of some sort at Veronica's house. Ethel, dragging Jughead away from the buffet table, asks him to step out onto the balcony. Pointing to a nearby fountain, Ethel asks Jughead what the pretty fountain does for him. Jughead replies that it reminds him of the sparkling soda that Ronnie [Veronica] has inside. Ethel romantically tells Jughead to look at the moon and sighs. Jughead says it looks just like the custard pie he just saw inside. Ethel asks Jughead if being out on the balcony does anything for him. Jughead, running back towards the buffet table and drooling, says that it makes him hungry as heck.

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Arty Smarty
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Veronica are visiting an art museum. While looking at one painting, Archie and another guy who is also there with his girlfriend both pretend to know a lot about art by mentioning what they like about the painting (its "linear harmony and spatial relationship", etc.). Later, Veronica returns, and sees Archie laughing. When she asks him what he's laughing about, he says he doesn't know the first thing about modern art. In the last panel, we see both Archie and the other guy standing around the corner from one another, each pointing and telling their girlfriend "Boy! Did I fool the nut I was talking to!" [emphasis on second "I"]

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Story Title
Cool Rules
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica and Cynthia are walking home from school, talking. Cynthia tells Veronica that Harold invited her to a baseball game and she doesn't know the first thing about it. Veronica tells Cynthia that she came to the right person and that she'll tell Cynthia everything she needs to know about the game. Veronica then tells Cynthia the following "rules": Rule number 1 - When YOUR date shouts, YOU shout; Rule number 2 - When HE looks sad, YOU look sad; Rule number 3 - Never tell him that another player is handsome, no matter HOW handsome the player is; Rule number 4 - Take home your scorecard as a "TREASURED MOMENTO". Cynthia says that she's glad she asked a real baseball expert.

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Story Title
Keen Teen
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
In the first panel, Moose and Reggie are seen sitting on the couch with Archie nearby. The girls are off talking with one another. Reggie asks how they're supposed to plan the spring dance when the girls won't give them their attention. Archie says that he'll get their attention, and whispers to Reggie "I don't think that's any of the girls BUSINESS!". This of course gets the girls' attention and Veronica asks "What isn't?".

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Beat Treat
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie is watching baseball on TV, and goes to the kitchen to get a snack in between innings. When he returns, the TV is off, and he asks his mom what happened. She replies that the game was called. When Archie asks if the game was called on account of rain, his mom says no - it was called on account of the rug needs cleaning.

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Dress Drama
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty is in her room, putting on her makeup. Her mom looks in and points out that she's been dolling herself up for several hours. Betty replies that she's going to a very important masquerade. A little while later, while Mrs. Cooper is vacuuming the hallway, Betty says that she's done - emerging dressed as a middle-eastern woman with most of her body covered - including her face.

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Beach Peach
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Veronica are at the beach, and notice that they seem to have the beach to themselves. At first they are happy about this - they can get a tan without being disturbed because there are no boys to kick sand in their faces, no boys to mooch their sandwiches and no boys to dunk them in the water. In the last panel, Veronica says that the day is going to be one big drag (no boys).

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Kiss Kaper
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie and Veronica are out for a drive in Archie's old jalopy. Archie tells Veronica that just one of his kisses is guaranteed to put the pep in her. As they continue, Archie's car chugs along up the hill and Veronica says that in that case, Archie had better get out and kiss his jalopy engine.

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Story Title
Hitter Titter
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie, returning from baseball tryouts, excitedly tells his mom that he is the cleanup man on his team. Pointing to Archie's messy room, his mom tells him that he can start practicing in his room.

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Doe Woe
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie asks his dad for $2 because he has a hot date that night. His dad asks him what happened to his allowance, saying that it was supposed to stretch all week. Archie says he knows - but it snapped on Thursday.

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Boy Joy
Script
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Pencils
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Story Line
Betty is going to try to get Ethel a blind date and asks Ethel if she wants any particular kind of boy. At first Ethel says that any boy will do, but quickly changes her mind - the boy has got to be breathing.

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Loony Tune
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Moose and Midge are sitting in a restaurant and Moose comments that he likes romantic songs (referring to a song playing on the jukebox). Midge asks since when "Hold That Tiger" was a romantic song. Moose says it is a romantic song - to another tiger.

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Certain Suspect
Script
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Archie is standing outside a restaurant. As Veronica walks up, he says hi to her. She yells at him and calls him a girl-chasing wolf. Archie, not understanding what's going on, says that he's just standing there. Veronica says that's the trouble - and points to a "Girl Wanted" sign in the restaurant window.

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Stretching A Point
Script
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Pencils
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Story Line
Betty and Veronica are commenting on how much they like the new stretch fabrics and stretch swimsuits. Jughead says that the boys started the stretch fad long before the girls did. Reggie says that Jughead invented the 7th Inning Stretch in baseball. Archie says that when Reggie tells a story that he's stretching the truth. Mr. Lodge says he hopes the stretch manufacturers don't forget fathers. When Veronica asks why, Mr. Lodge says that they'll need stretch wallets to afford all those stretch clothes.

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Story Title
Dull Skull
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Miss Grundy asks Moose why he always looks so sleepy in class. Moose says that he finds school dull. Miss Grundy says that this is a coincidence - that's the same way school finds Moose.

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Story Title
Tragic Truth
Script
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Pencils
?
Story Line
Moose complains to Archie that it isn't fair. Archie asks what isn't fair. Moose says he got a 0 in class for telling the truth. Archie asks why, and Moose said that Miss Grundy asked him a history question and he told her that he didn't know the answer.

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Quiet Riot
Script
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Pencils
?
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Jughead is reading a book in the library. There is a "Silence" sign on the table and an "Absolutely no talking in the library" sign on the wall. Suddenly, Jughead gets a strange look on his face and runs out of the library. As he's running out, he passes a "Quiet" sign on the wall. Once he's outside, he sneezes loudly.

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Knack For Knowledge
Script
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Pencils
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Miss Grundy introduces Betty to another student named Mildred. Miss Grundy then quietly tells Betty that she'd like her to tutor Mildred, who isn't doing very well this term. Betty asks Mildred if she's the girl who has Ringo's autograph, and Mildred says she is. Betty asks her how she did it, and Mildred says that she sent him a registered letter, and he signed the receipt, which is always returned to the sender. Betty says this is brilliant thinking. Miss Grundy asks how the two are doing, and Betty says they're doing just fine - she's never learned so much in her life.

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Story Title
Watch It!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx walks into the room and mentions the new wrist watch her dad bought. He mentions that it's a wonderful watch, is self-winding, has an automatic calendar and is even shockproof and waterproof. Li'l Jinx holds out the broken watch and says that it isn't "Li'l Jinx Proof".

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Story Title
Yacht Yuk
Script
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Pencils
?
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Mr. Lodge is looking at a new yacht, and has a few questions for the salesman before he purchases it. He first asks about the boat's directional stability, then about the maintenance and finally about the engines. Veronica tells her dad that he's forgetting the most important question. When her dad asks what this question is, Veronica asks the salesman if he gives trading stamps.

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Story Title
Flair for Flavor
Script
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Pencils
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After seeing an ad for pistachio lipstick, Veronica decides to get some, but Betty thinks this is ridiculous and runs to tell her friends about it. She goes to Pop's to tell Archie, just as Archie is ordering another dish with a double-scoop of his new favorite flavor - Pistachio. Seeing this, Betty runs to buy six tubes of the lipstick.

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Story Title
Weight State
Script
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Pencils
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Betty brags that she once lost three pounds in a week. Veronica tops her by saying that she once lost five pounds in a week. Midge says that's nothing and that she once lost 200 pounds in one day. When Betty and Veronica ask how she did this, she says "By breaking off with Moose once!"

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Story Title
Tip Trip
Script
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Pencils
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Story Line
Mr. Lodge complains that they'll never visit Glopstokia again because everyone in that country has their hand out for a tip. Veronica says it isn't that bad, and ducks into a phone booth to call Archie long distance. In the last panel as she's going to put the coin in the slot, she notices an extra coin slot marked "Tip".

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Story Title
Double Takes
Script
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Pencils
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A set of three, 2-panel "double-take" gags. In the first gag, Archie and Betty are at a dance (probably at the Lodge's). Betty says that she hears Mrs. Von Rocks has a necklace worth half a million. Archie agrees. In the second panel, Archie adds that he thinks she's wearing them now, as we see a large woman wearing a fancy necklace. Around the woman's waist are two gun holsters each with a gun in them. In the second gag, a doctor is examining Jughead and says he's got terrible news for Jughead. In the next panel, the doctor says "You're better!", as Jughead is seen laying in bed, eating food and watching a western on TV. In the third gag, Archie and Betty are riding along in Archie's jalopy. Betty asks Archie if he's really true to her. Archie says "sure". In the second panel, we see the names of several other girls on the side of his car - Beatrice, Cora, Wilma, Sue and Mabel - as Archie says "Why do you ask?"

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Story Title
Prize Present
Script
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Ethel calls Jughead to remind him that they're the committee to plan the annual school picnic. Jughead says he'll be right over. In the next panel, Jughead is seen standing on Ethel's doorstep, ringing her doorbell, holding a long skinny box with a bow on it. Ethel opens the door, and immediately assumes the box contains long-stem roses. Jughead grabs the box and tells her to give it back. In the last panel, Jughead says that the box contains his lunch, and is seen holding a large "submarine"-style sandwich.

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Story Title
A Very Hot Time
Script
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Archie, Veronica and Reggie are at the beach. Archie has just finished burying himself in the sand, and Reggie asks him what he's doing. Archie says that it's very hot, and he's making sure he doesn't get burned. Reggie bets Archie a banana split that Archie will be good and burned before the day is over. Archie gladly accepts the bet. Reggie then kisses Veronica, and Archie yells at Reggie for kissing his girl. Reggie tells Archie to pay up because he's lost his bet. Archie asks Reggie what he means, and Reggie says "You're burned up aren't you?"
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Published August 1965 by Archie
Spray Spree
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"Spray Spree"
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Spray Spree
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Storyline
"Spray Spree"

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The Detergent Monster
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The monster possessed a super clean body, but oh, what a dirty, grimy heart he had!

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Everything Happens in Transylvania
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?
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?
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Double Trouble
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Wanted for Murder of Good Taste
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Super Blooper
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?
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Chic Stone
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Captain Sprocket is too much of a gentleman to capture a lady crook, so he advertises for a female assistant.

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Ups 'n' Downs
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?
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Market Marauder Part 2
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Orlando Busino
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Super Disguise tries to apprehend Super Market Man.

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Cowboy Heroes Always Wear White Hats
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Published August 1965 by Archie
The Lost World
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Samm Schwartz
Samm Schwartz
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
"The Lost World" Reggie keeps trying to rattle Jughead by appearing in different disguises - an Arab, a southern gentleman, a pirate, an English fox hunter - but the only thing Jughead finds unusual is that Reggie is dressing up in costumes.
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Published August 1965 by Archie

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The Lost World
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?
Interior Art
Samm Schwartz
Cover Art
Samm Schwartz
Character Appearances
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"The Lost World" Reggie keeps trying to rattle Jughead by appearing in different disguises - an Arab, a southern gentleman, a pirate, an English fox hunter - but the only thing Jughead finds unusual is that Reggie is dressing up in costumes.

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You Can't Win!
Script
Joe Edwards
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Joe Edwards
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When Greg's team loses, Jinx says it's because they're crumby. When they win, she says it's because the other team is crumby.

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Big Mouth
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?
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Samm Schwartz
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A boy is asking directions from Veronica and Archie mistakes it for him showing interest in her. When he accidentally confronts him, Archie backs off and goes overboard describing how wonderful Veronica is, which ends up getting the boy's interest after all.

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Switch Witch
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?
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Samm Schwartz
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A teenage witch convinces Jughead to like women, but only one woman, her. When Reggie shows up, she decides to get rid of Jughead, so he convinces her to make him a woman-hater.

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Early Bird
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Moose misunderstands Mr. Weatherbee to say that everyone should leave class early.

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Slave Labor
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Jughead worked hard only to build a robot to be his servant.

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The Article
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Samm Schwartz
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Jughead reads an article about people being accident prone while Archie is having strange accidents. Betty is convinced Archie is accident prone, too, and follows him until he has an accident so she can practice first aid.
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Published August 1965 by Charlton
The Professional
Joe Gill ?
Charles Nicholas
Pat Masulli (signed)
"The Professional"
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Published August 1965 by Charlton

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The Professional
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas
Cover Art
Pat Masulli (signed)
Storyline
"The Professional"

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The Overlord
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
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Moment of Truth
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Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
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Published August 1965 by Charlton
Old Ugly
Joe Gill ?
Bill Molno
Pat Masulli ?
"Old Ugly" They hated old ugly but he made them better soldiers.
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Published August 1965 by Charlton

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Old Ugly
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Bill Molno
Cover Art
Pat Masulli ?
Storyline
"Old Ugly" They hated old ugly but he made them better soldiers.

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Victory at Inchon
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Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Bill Molno
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Von Rumstadt's Plan
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Joe Gill ?
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Bill Molno
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Published August 1965 by Gold Key
Attack of the Mud People
Fred Fredericks ?
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"Attack of the Mud People"
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Published August 1965 by Gold Key

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Attack of the Mud People
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Fred Fredericks ?
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?
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?
Storyline
"Attack of the Mud People"

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Gangor the Monster
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Fred Fredericks ?
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Published August-September 1965 by DC
Challenge of the Computer Crooks
Gardner Fox
Gil Kane
Gil Kane
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring; Rod Mack (villain)
"Challenge of the Computer Crooks" Rod Mack and his gang plot to use the new computer Ray Palmer has developed to help them evade the law by suggesting new tactics to use in their crimes.
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Published August-September 1965 by DC

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Challenge of the Computer Crooks
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane
Character Appearances
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring; Rod Mack (villain)
Storyline
"Challenge of the Computer Crooks" Rod Mack and his gang plot to use the new computer Ray Palmer has developed to help them evade the law by suggesting new tactics to use in their crimes.

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The Night of the Little People!
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Gil Kane
Story Line
The Atom disguises himself as a leprechaun and enlists the help of his friends the Flower Sprites to convince an eyewitness to a crime to come forward and testify.

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"Should the space between the atoms comprising a human adult..."
Script
Julius Schwartz
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Morris Waldinger ?
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First Appearance of the Swordsman and the Origin of Hawkeye

The Coming of...the Swordsman!
Stan Lee
Don Heck
Jack Kirby; Don Heck (insets)
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]]; Swordsman [Jacques Duquesne] (introduction)
"The Coming of...the Swordsman!" Introduction of the Swordsman. His origin and Hawkeye's are both told.
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Published August 1965 by Marvel Tags: First Appearance Origin

First Appearance of the Swordsman and the Origin of Hawkeye

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Story Title
The Coming of...the Swordsman!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Jack Kirby; Don Heck (insets)
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]]; Swordsman [Jacques Duquesne] (introduction)
Storyline
"The Coming of...the Swordsman!" Introduction of the Swordsman. His origin and Hawkeye's are both told.
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Published August 1965 by DC
Secret Identities for Sale!
John Broome
Sheldon Moldoff
Carmine Infantino
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; Mayor of Gotham City; Johnny Jason (movie Star); Myra Holt (actress); Mr. Incognito [James Carter] (villain, introduction); Incognito's gang (villains, introduction for all); Elwood Pearson (villain, introduction)
"Secret Identities for Sale!" While the Caped Crusaders are raiding the hideout of Mr. Incognito, a photographer takes pictures of the action with a special x-ray film, revealing the criminal's identity. The man offers to provide the identity to the Police for a million dollars while also offering the secret identities of the Dynamic Duo to the underworld for a price.
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Published August 1965 by DC

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Story Title
Secret Identities for Sale!
Writer
John Broome
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff
Cover Art
Carmine Infantino
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Commissioner James Gordon; Mayor of Gotham City; Johnny Jason (movie Star); Myra Holt (actress); Mr. Incognito [James Carter] (villain, introduction); Incognito's gang (villains, introduction for all); Elwood Pearson (villain, introduction)
Storyline
"Secret Identities for Sale!" While the Caped Crusaders are raiding the hideout of Mr. Incognito, a photographer takes pictures of the action with a special x-ray film, revealing the criminal's identity. The man offers to provide the identity to the Police for a million dollars while also offering the secret identities of the Dynamic Duo to the underworld for a price.

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Walk, Batman -- To Your Doom!
Script
John Broome
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Story Line
Batman is asked to investigate when four air-tight cases are blown when the juries involved return "not guilty" verdicts. Batman soon discovers that one juror, Franklin Knott, has been on all four juries in disguise. Knott, who is running for Governor, was a former lab assistant of a Dr. Grover, who had discovered E-rays (which can influence human behavior), and which rays Knott has been using on jury members.
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