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Published August 1966 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Parasite

Power of the Parasite!
Jim Shooter
Al Plastino
Curt Swan
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Parasite [Raymond Jensen] (origin); Lois Lane; Perry White
"Power of the Parasite!" Exposed to radioactive waste, lab worker Jensen becomes the Parasite, who has the ability to absorb energy from all living beings, including Superman.
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Published August 1966 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Parasite

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Story Title
Power of the Parasite!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Al Plastino
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Parasite [Raymond Jensen] (origin); Lois Lane; Perry White
Storyline
"Power of the Parasite!" Exposed to radioactive waste, lab worker Jensen becomes the Parasite, who has the ability to absorb energy from all living beings, including Superman.

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The Supergirl Identity Hunt!
Script
Leo Dorfman ?
Pencils
Jim Mooney
Story Line
The Fact Finder, a professional blackmailer, has deduced that Supergirl was once associated with the Midvale Orphanago, and he uses the opportunity of a reunion there to try and figure out her secret identity.
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Published August 1966 by DC
The Traitor's Triumph!
Jim Shooter
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Curt Swan
Curt Swan
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Cosmic Boy; Chameleon Boy; Lightning Lad; Light Lass; Phantom Girl; Karate Kid; Ferro Lad; Nemesis Kid; Princess Projectra; Shrinking Violet]
"The Traitor's Triumph!" Nemesis Kid is revealed to be the traitor as the Legion defeats the Khunds.
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Published August 1966 by DC

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Story Title
The Traitor's Triumph!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Jim Shooter (layouts only); Curt Swan
Cover Art
Curt Swan
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Cosmic Boy; Chameleon Boy; Lightning Lad; Light Lass; Phantom Girl; Karate Kid; Ferro Lad; Nemesis Kid; Princess Projectra; Shrinking Violet]
Storyline
"The Traitor's Triumph!" Nemesis Kid is revealed to be the traitor as the Legion defeats the Khunds.
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Fight to the Finish!
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Chic Stone
Chic Stone (signed)
Nemesis
"Fight to the Finish!"
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Fight to the Finish!
Writer
Richard Hughes [as Shane O'Shea]
Interior Art
Chic Stone
Cover Art
Chic Stone (signed)
Character Appearances
Nemesis
Storyline
"Fight to the Finish!"

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The Real Medium!
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Ely
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Mysterious Menace
Script
?
Pencils
John Rosenberger
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Published August-September 1966 by DC
Of Thee We Swing
Arnold Drake
Bob Oksner
Bob Oksner
Bob Hope; Super-Hip [Tadwallader Jutefruice]; Harvard-Harvard; Dr. Van Pyre; Zombia Ghastly; Crash Vyctum; Professor Heinrich von Wolfmann; Frank N. Stein; Lisa; Henrietta; Badger Goldliver; Doltish; Godfrey Goldliver; Mayor Seymour Pilfer; Senator Samuel Somnolent; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Hobart Herbert
"Of Thee We Swing" Super-Hip becomes honorary President for a day and chaos results.
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Published August-September 1966 by DC

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Of Thee We Swing
Writer
Arnold Drake
Interior Art
Bob Oksner
Cover Art
Bob Oksner
Character Appearances
Bob Hope; Super-Hip [Tadwallader Jutefruice]; Harvard-Harvard; Dr. Van Pyre; Zombia Ghastly; Crash Vyctum; Professor Heinrich von Wolfmann; Frank N. Stein; Lisa; Henrietta; Badger Goldliver; Doltish; Godfrey Goldliver; Mayor Seymour Pilfer; Senator Samuel Somnolent; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Hobart Herbert
Storyline
"Of Thee We Swing" Super-Hip becomes honorary President for a day and chaos results.
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Published August 1966 by Dell
B29 Down
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Sam Glanzman
Sam Glanzman
"B29 Down"
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Published August 1966 by Dell

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B29 Down
Writer
?
Interior Art
Sam Glanzman
Cover Art
Sam Glanzman
Storyline
"B29 Down"

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Hero's Hour
Script
?
Pencils
Sam Glanzman
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MIG Alley Madness
Script
?
Pencils
Sam Glanzman
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Desert Eagle
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?
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Sam Glanzman
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Published August 1966 by Marvel Tags: Green Goblin

First work by John Romita, Sr. on the title. Green Goblin revealed to be Norman Osbourne

How Green Was My Goblin!
Stan Lee
John Romita
John Romita
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Aunt May Parker; Anna Watson; Flash Thompson; Gwen Stacy; Harry Osborn; Ned Leeds; J. Jonah Jameson; VILLAIN: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn] (identity revealed); CAMEO FLASHBACK: Professor Stromm
"How Green Was My Goblin!" Peter heads to the doctor with the sniffles and learns that Aunt May's health is very fragile. Spidey is roped into tangling with a bunch of goons who zap him with a mysterious gas. Not realizing that the gas has weakened his spider sense, he changes into Peter Parker under the watchful gaze of the Green Goblin. The Goblin confronts Spidey outside of his home and captures him as Peter is worried that Aunt May might be overcome by the commotion. Trussed up in the Goblin's lair, Peter is shocked when the Goblin takes off his mask and reveals himself to be Norman Osborn.
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Published August 1966 by Marvel Tags: Green Goblin

First work by John Romita, Sr. on the title. Green Goblin revealed to be Norman Osbourne

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Story Title
How Green Was My Goblin!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
John Romita
Cover Art
John Romita
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Aunt May Parker; Anna Watson; Flash Thompson; Gwen Stacy; Harry Osborn; Ned Leeds; J. Jonah Jameson; VILLAIN: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn] (identity revealed); CAMEO FLASHBACK: Professor Stromm
Storyline
"How Green Was My Goblin!" Peter heads to the doctor with the sniffles and learns that Aunt May's health is very fragile. Spidey is roped into tangling with a bunch of goons who zap him with a mysterious gas. Not realizing that the gas has weakened his spider sense, he changes into Peter Parker under the watchful gaze of the Green Goblin. The Goblin confronts Spidey outside of his home and captures him as Peter is worried that Aunt May might be overcome by the commotion. Trussed up in the Goblin's lair, Peter is shocked when the Goblin takes off his mask and reveals himself to be Norman Osborn.
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Published August 1966 by Archie
The Printed Word
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Bob White
Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Mr. Lodge; Smithers; Mr. Weatherbee; Ms. Grundy
"The Printed Word" Betty receives a wedding invitation for Archie and Veronica. The year's top athletes list is posted and Reggie isn't on it, but Dilton is lettering in football. Mr. Lodge receives a notice that his property has been condemned to make way for a super highway. Reporters question Mr. Weatherbee about a notice they received about his upcoming retirement and his idea to turn the school administration over to a select group of students. Ms. Grundy thanks Mr. Weatherbee for offering to give teachers a raise out of his pocket per a notice on the bulletin board. But where is Archie during all of this?
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Published August 1966 by Archie

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Story Title
The Printed Word
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Bob White
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Mr. Lodge; Smithers; Mr. Weatherbee; Ms. Grundy
Storyline
"The Printed Word" Betty receives a wedding invitation for Archie and Veronica. The year's top athletes list is posted and Reggie isn't on it, but Dilton is lettering in football. Mr. Lodge receives a notice that his property has been condemned to make way for a super highway. Reporters question Mr. Weatherbee about a notice they received about his upcoming retirement and his idea to turn the school administration over to a select group of students. Ms. Grundy thanks Mr. Weatherbee for offering to give teachers a raise out of his pocket per a notice on the bulletin board. But where is Archie during all of this?

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Story Title
Do's & Don'ts
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx asks to go out to play when someone accuses her of being scared.

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Story Title
The Perfect Fool
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
When Reggie claims he's perfect, Archie and the gang put him to the test.

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Story Title
Sport Report
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Reggie is determined to win the school's outstanding athlete award at any cost.

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Moving Target
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie accidently causes physical pain to everyone while remaining unscathed himself.
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Published August 1966 by Archie
What If?
?
Bob Bolling
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Jughead Jones
"What If?" Mr. Weatherbee imagines what life would be like if Archie were his son.
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Published August 1966 by Archie

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Story Title
What If?
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Waldo Weatherbee; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"What If?" Mr. Weatherbee imagines what life would be like if Archie were his son.

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Story Title
The Quiet Man
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Archie is late for school. Mr. Weatherbee says nothing, but stands by and watches as Archie manages to hurt himself over and over again.

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Story Title
The Hero
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
After Mr. Weatherbee breaks Archie's fall from a flagpole, Archie decides to devote himself to serving the man who saved his life, and his gratitude makes things miserable for Mr. Weatherbee. Miss Grundy suggests that the only way to stop this is to arrange for Archie to save the principal's life.
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Published August 1966 by Archie
The Actress
?
?
Dan DeCarlo ?
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
"The Actress" When Betty announces that she wants to become an actress, Veronica says that she can prove it by pretending that she doesn't like Archie.
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Published August 1966 by Archie

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Story Title
The Actress
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo ?
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"The Actress" When Betty announces that she wants to become an actress, Veronica says that she can prove it by pretending that she doesn't like Archie.

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Story Title
Punch Line
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx is selling punch for a penny.

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Give and Take
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica tries to trick Betty into believing that Betty's new bathing suit is out of style, but Mr. Lodge turns the tables on his daughter.

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The Strike Out
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty decides to take up baseball when the boys start ignoring the girls during the season.

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Four on the Isle
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey ?
Story Line
Betty and Reggie follow Archie and Veronica to an island, and the resulting argument ends with everyone angry with everyone else.

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Follow Me
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty plays drill sergeant.

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Maybe
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica tries to make Archie jealous by telling him about another guy who's been flirting with her.

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Story Title
Water Rights
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Veronica is angry at Archie and then at her father because he invites Archie to swim at the Lodge pool.

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Story Title
Putt Problems
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
Story Line
Betty can't help annoying Archie when he's playing golf against Reggie, but eventually she helps him win.

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Story Title
Line's Busy!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Jinx makes animal noises into the telephone.

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Story Title
Double Reverse
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo ?
Story Line
Betty tries reverse psychology to attract Archie's attention.
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Published August 1966 by Archie
Knit Fit
George Gladir
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
"Knit Fit" Betty knits Archie some socks that are too big for him. Veronica decides to buy him a sweater that's too big.
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Published August 1966 by Archie

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Story Title
Knit Fit
Writer
George Gladir
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Archie Andrews
Storyline
"Knit Fit" Betty knits Archie some socks that are too big for him. Veronica decides to buy him a sweater that's too big.

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Story Title
Jealous?
Script
George Gladir
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
To prove she's not jealous, Veronica insists Archie take Betty to the movies.

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Story Title
The Go Between
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty pays a boy with a bike to carry messages between her and Veronica, and the boy keeps running over Archie.

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Story Title
Wild Fashions For Betty
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty models groovy '60s fashions, including berets and glasses.

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Story Title
Betty and Veronica Pin-Up
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
An ugly boy is popular because he owns all the Beatles records.

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Story Title
You Never Know...
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
After Reggie and Veronica drive off together, leaving Archie and Betty miserable, Jughead and Betty wish they could put a whammy on those troublemakers.
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Published August 1966 by Archie
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Published August 1966 by Archie
Choice Chicks
?
Bill Kresse
Bill Kresse
"Choice Chicks" When their leader orders his explorers to bring back anything of value from Earth to Mars, they decide the only thing that is superior is Earth females!
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Story Title
Choice Chicks
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Kresse
Cover Art
Bill Kresse
Storyline
"Choice Chicks" When their leader orders his explorers to bring back anything of value from Earth to Mars, they decide the only thing that is superior is Earth females!

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Story Title
The Moon Boon
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards ?
Story Line
An astronaut has to plant a flag on the moon--to complete the 18th hole of a golf course.

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Story Title
Beach Party Smarty
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
At the beach, Sabrina tries to get Donald away from her rival Rosalind, but all her spells keep backfiring.

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Fright Sight
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
At a space station dance, a spaceman learns that his date is not really what she appears to be.

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Story Title
Kiss Miss
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
A kiss from a princess turns a handsome frog into an ugly prince.

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Story Title
Spy Guy School
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Zeke enrolls in spy school.

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Story Title
Jungle Bungle
Script
?
Pencils
Joe Edwards ?
Story Line
Aliens hack their way through a thick forest, which is revealed to be an ordinary lawn.

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Story Title
The Cupid Caper
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Girl-hater Gerald Gooch appears to be immune to Cupid's arrows, so he dips his arrows in a super love potion.

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Story Title
The Inspection
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
A swami checks out a used flying carpet, before buying it from a dealer.

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Story Title
Sprocket Jr.
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Kresse
Story Line
Captain Sprocket and Sprocket Junior try to recover the Shlunk jewels after the Catman has stolen them.
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Published August 1966 by Charlton
The Expert
Joe Gill ?
Bill Montes ?
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
"The Expert"
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Published August 1966 by Charlton

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The Expert
Writer
Joe Gill ?
Interior Art
Bill Montes ?
Cover Art
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
Storyline
"The Expert"

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Story Title
1 Man... 1 Gun
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Morris Waldinger (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
Night Attack
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Hitler's Finest Vs. the Drafters
Script
Joe Gill ?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line
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Published August 1966 by Charlton
Tank Terror
?
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
"Tank Terror"
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Published August 1966 by Charlton

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Story Title
Tank Terror
Writer
?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Cover Art
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed)
Storyline
"Tank Terror"

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Bloody Ridge: Korea, August 1951
Script
?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Story Line

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The Fugitives
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Sanctuary
Script
?
Pencils
Bill Montes (signed)
Story Line
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Published August-September 1966 by DC
The Eye-Popping Perils of the Insect Bandit!
Gardner Fox
Gil Kane
Gil Kane (signed)
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; The Bug-Eyed Bandit [Bertram Larvan] (introduction, villain); Clifford Rogers; Jean Loring; Jimmy Loring; Ed Thayer; Alice Thayer; Detective Baxter
"The Eye-Popping Perils of the Insect Bandit!" Scientist Bertram Larvan has built a robot insect that he uses for crime. Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are engaged.
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Published August-September 1966 by DC

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Story Title
The Eye-Popping Perils of the Insect Bandit!
Writer
Gardner Fox
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
Gil Kane (signed)
Character Appearances
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; The Bug-Eyed Bandit [Bertram Larvan] (introduction, villain); Clifford Rogers; Jean Loring; Jimmy Loring; Ed Thayer; Alice Thayer; Detective Baxter
Storyline
"The Eye-Popping Perils of the Insect Bandit!" Scientist Bertram Larvan has built a robot insect that he uses for crime. Ray Palmer and Jean Loring are engaged.
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Published August 1966 by Marvel
Never Bug a Giant!
Stan Lee
Don Heck
Don Heck
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Doctor Anton; Prince Rey; Keeper of the Flame
"Never Bug a Giant!"
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Published August 1966 by Marvel

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Story Title
Never Bug a Giant!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Don Heck
Character Appearances
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Doctor Anton; Prince Rey; Keeper of the Flame
Storyline
"Never Bug a Giant!"
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Published August 1966 by DC

Second Appearance of Poison Ivy

A Touch of Poison Ivy!
Robert Kanigher
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed)
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Poison Ivy (villain); Ivy's gang (villains); other crooks [Joe the Undertaker; rest un-named] (villains)
"A Touch of Poison Ivy!" Missing the imprisoned Poison Ivy, the Caped Crusader receives a gift from her and she promises to repent. Batman visits her, but he is placed under her spell, and she uses him to make good her escape.
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Published August 1966 by DC

Second Appearance of Poison Ivy

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Story Title
A Touch of Poison Ivy!
Writer
Robert Kanigher
Interior Art
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Cover Art
Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Poison Ivy (villain); Ivy's gang (villains); other crooks [Joe the Undertaker; rest un-named] (villains)
Storyline
"A Touch of Poison Ivy!" Missing the imprisoned Poison Ivy, the Caped Crusader receives a gift from her and she promises to repent. Batman visits her, but he is placed under her spell, and she uses him to make good her escape.

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Story Title
Batman's Baffling Turnabout!
Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Story Line
While chasing crooks into a warehouse, Batman falls through a trapdoor and is captured while one of the crooks impersonates the Caped Crusader. A tell-tale clue alerts Robin that this is an imposter and he deals appropriately with the situation to find the real crime fighter.
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Published August 1966 by King Features

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Published August 1966 by Archie
It All Began
Frank Doyle
Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Superteen [Betty Cooper] (origin); Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
"It All Began" While trapped on a ledge with Archie, Betty's hair gets twisted and she becomes Superteen.
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Published August 1966 by Archie

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Story Title
It All Began
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Superteen [Betty Cooper] (origin); Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones
Storyline
"It All Began" While trapped on a ledge with Archie, Betty's hair gets twisted and she becomes Superteen.

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Story Title
Superteen Strikes Again
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Superteen uses her powers to save Archie and Veronica from Communist spies.

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Story Title
Turnpike Terror
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
John Rosenberger
Story Line
Betty takes up motorcycling, then Veronica has to try to outdo her to attract Archie's attention.

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Story Title
Getting the Point
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
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Published August 1966 by DC
The Cloak-and-Swagger Crimes of Mr. Quick-Change
France Herron
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
"The Cloak-and-Swagger Crimes of Mr. Quick-Change"
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Story Title
The Cloak-and-Swagger Crimes of Mr. Quick-Change
Writer
France Herron
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Storyline
"The Cloak-and-Swagger Crimes of Mr. Quick-Change"

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Story Title
The Cloak-and-Swagger Crimes of Mr. Quick-Change Part 2
Script
France Herron
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line

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Story Title
Chuck's Pet Monster!
Script
France Herron ?; George Kashdan ?
Pencils
Dick Dillin
Story Line
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