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Published August 1968 by DC
Substitute Superman!
Leo Dorfman
Ross Andru
Neal Adams
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Supergirl; Justice League of America [Batman; Flash; Green Lantern; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman]; the Bizarros (flashback); Lois Lane; Jax-Ur (cameo)
"Substitute Superman!" Superman is cured of Virus X because the Bizarros exposed him to White Kryptonite, which destroyed the plant-like bacterial infection. However, when he returns to Earth he learns that no one is still in mourning, because his Justice League friends have been masquerading as him, keeping him "alive" until Supergirl can train a Kandorian replacement.
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Story Title
Substitute Superman!
Writer
Leo Dorfman
Interior Art
Ross Andru
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Superman [also appears as Clark Kent]; Supergirl; Justice League of America [Batman; Flash; Green Lantern; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Aquaman]; the Bizarros (flashback); Lois Lane; Jax-Ur (cameo)
Storyline
"Substitute Superman!" Superman is cured of Virus X because the Bizarros exposed him to White Kryptonite, which destroyed the plant-like bacterial infection. However, when he returns to Earth he learns that no one is still in mourning, because his Justice League friends have been masquerading as him, keeping him "alive" until Supergirl can train a Kandorian replacement.

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Stanhope-- Off Limits!
Script
Cary Bates
Pencils
Kurt Schaffenberger
Story Line
Two women with super-scientific weapons construct a dome over Stanhope College that will set off a bomb if Supergirl uses her powers against it, keeping her out of the way while they search for one particular student.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Dog Daze
Frank Doyle
Harry Lucey
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
"Dog Daze" Archie vehemently denies that he lets Veronica treat him "like a pet poodle," but obeys whenever he hears her say "sit."
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Dog Daze
Writer
Frank Doyle
Interior Art
Harry Lucey
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge
Storyline
"Dog Daze" Archie vehemently denies that he lets Veronica treat him "like a pet poodle," but obeys whenever he hears her say "sit."

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Down and Out!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Tickets To Trouble
Script
?
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Everyone tries to stop Jughead from picking up a pair of theatre tickets.

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Soap Opera
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
The thrilling story of Archie and Reggie's rivalry over Veronica is constantly interrupted by commercials.

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Hard Choice
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Harry Lucey
Story Line
Archie considers himself a "dumb, stupid, ignorant, wishy-washy excuse for a man" because of his inability to decide between Betty and Veronica.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Karate Kraze
Joe Edwards
Joe Edwards
Joe Edwards
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Miss Geraldine Grundy; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason; Mr. Waldo Weatherbee
"Karate Kraze" Archie has taken up karate and is practicing while walking through the halls of Riverdale High. Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy are commenting on how quiet it is when they hear a strange noise, followed by footsteps. Frightened, they hide on top of a nearby light fixture, only to find that it's Archie. Mr. Weatherbee asks what Archie is doing, and Archie says that he's practicing his lessons. At first Mr. Weatherbee just says that he wouldn't want to prevent anyone from studying their lessons, but then wants to know what lessons Archie is studying. Archie explains that it's karate, and Mr. Weatherbee drags him down to his office to explain. Archie explains that recently he and Betty were walking down the street together when a big bully came along and tried to get Betty to dump Archie for him. Archie tells him to knock it off, and the bully punches him after Archie shakes his fist at him. Betty, seeing what happened, clobbers the bully on the head with a book. Reggie, having seen the whole thing, laughs at Archie about him trying to protect Betty. Archie continues to explain that he was now a big joke, and needed confidence, so he took up karate. Mr. Weatherbee allows Archie to continue studying karate, only to pull him back into his office after Archie lets out another yell. Mr. Weatherbee tells Archie to cut out the yelling, then asks why there are boards all over the hall. Archie says he needs the boards to practice breaking them, but Mr. Weatherbee seems a bit annoyed. The next day, Reggie again makes fun of Archie, and Archie says that Reggie should cut it out or he'll use his karate. Reggie challenges Archie to break some boards in the auditorium, and Archie accepts the challenge. Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee is backstage checking out the work the drama class has been doing on some stage sets for an upcoming production of Hamlet. Archie, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie and Moose all show up on the stage, and Reggie holds a board for him to break. Reggie is seen thinking that Archie doesn't know he sawed the boards halfway through. After Archie breaks the board in half (or thinks he does - Reggie broke the board in half right as Archie was hitting it), Reggie tells him to try some Karate on Moose. Archie is a bit hesitant to try, but Reggie calls him a chicken and Moose says that it's ok if Archie tries karate on him. Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee is still backstage and goes to move a ladder that someone left where it could hurt someone. Just as Archie takes a swing at Moose (and misses him), Mr. Weatherbee accidentally hits Moose in the back with the ladder (from behind the curtain), knocking Moose out. Archie can't figure out how he knocked Moose out without hitting him, and Reggie is surprised at what happened. Confident, Archie walks off as Reggie and Jughead help Moose to his feet. Mr. Weatherbee thinks about telling Archie what really happened, but decides not to in hopes that it will end the "karate nonsense". In the last panel, we see Reggie, Jughead and Moose (later that day) practicing karate chops in the hall as Mr. Weatherbee says "Oh, no!! Not again!".
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Story Title
Karate Kraze
Writer
Joe Edwards
Interior Art
Joe Edwards
Cover Art
Joe Edwards
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Miss Geraldine Grundy; Jughead Jones; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Moose Mason; Mr. Waldo Weatherbee
Storyline
"Karate Kraze" Archie has taken up karate and is practicing while walking through the halls of Riverdale High. Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy are commenting on how quiet it is when they hear a strange noise, followed by footsteps. Frightened, they hide on top of a nearby light fixture, only to find that it's Archie. Mr. Weatherbee asks what Archie is doing, and Archie says that he's practicing his lessons. At first Mr. Weatherbee just says that he wouldn't want to prevent anyone from studying their lessons, but then wants to know what lessons Archie is studying. Archie explains that it's karate, and Mr. Weatherbee drags him down to his office to explain. Archie explains that recently he and Betty were walking down the street together when a big bully came along and tried to get Betty to dump Archie for him. Archie tells him to knock it off, and the bully punches him after Archie shakes his fist at him. Betty, seeing what happened, clobbers the bully on the head with a book. Reggie, having seen the whole thing, laughs at Archie about him trying to protect Betty. Archie continues to explain that he was now a big joke, and needed confidence, so he took up karate. Mr. Weatherbee allows Archie to continue studying karate, only to pull him back into his office after Archie lets out another yell. Mr. Weatherbee tells Archie to cut out the yelling, then asks why there are boards all over the hall. Archie says he needs the boards to practice breaking them, but Mr. Weatherbee seems a bit annoyed. The next day, Reggie again makes fun of Archie, and Archie says that Reggie should cut it out or he'll use his karate. Reggie challenges Archie to break some boards in the auditorium, and Archie accepts the challenge. Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee is backstage checking out the work the drama class has been doing on some stage sets for an upcoming production of Hamlet. Archie, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie and Moose all show up on the stage, and Reggie holds a board for him to break. Reggie is seen thinking that Archie doesn't know he sawed the boards halfway through. After Archie breaks the board in half (or thinks he does - Reggie broke the board in half right as Archie was hitting it), Reggie tells him to try some Karate on Moose. Archie is a bit hesitant to try, but Reggie calls him a chicken and Moose says that it's ok if Archie tries karate on him. Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee is still backstage and goes to move a ladder that someone left where it could hurt someone. Just as Archie takes a swing at Moose (and misses him), Mr. Weatherbee accidentally hits Moose in the back with the ladder (from behind the curtain), knocking Moose out. Archie can't figure out how he knocked Moose out without hitting him, and Reggie is surprised at what happened. Confident, Archie walks off as Reggie and Jughead help Moose to his feet. Mr. Weatherbee thinks about telling Archie what really happened, but decides not to in hopes that it will end the "karate nonsense". In the last panel, we see Reggie, Jughead and Moose (later that day) practicing karate chops in the hall as Mr. Weatherbee says "Oh, no!! Not again!".

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Painful Subject
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Li'l Jinx and her pal Greg are walking through town doing typical kid things - "leap-frogging" over a fire hydrant, walking along the top of a fence, etc. As they walk along, Greg asks Li'l Jinx if his dad ever spanks her. She says "You bet he does!", and Greg asks if Li'l Jinx's mom ever spanks her. Li'l Jinx replies "Certainly!". Greg then asks her who hurts the most, and Li'l Jinx replies "Me!"

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Story Title
The Fountain of Goof
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
On the first page of the story, we get an introduction from a fountain pen, who says that she's a blue blood (she has blue ink). She says that she belonged to Mr. Weatherbee and they've done many miles of writing together. She then says that we can't imagine that she could cause so much trouble for Archie and Mr. Weatherbee, and is seen holding an arrow pointing to the next page that reads "It hapPENed this way...". Mr. Weatherbee is watching baseball practice at Riverdale High and talking to Coach Kleats. Archie asks him to sign a baseball that the rest of the team has already signed. Mr. Weatherbee pulls out his fountain pen to sign it. As he goes to put the pen back in his pocket, he drops it. He is clearly out of shape as he struggles to bend down and pick up the pen. Coach Kleats thinks this is funny. Just as Mr. Weatherbee is going to yell at Kleats, the coach yells that there's a pop fly coming. Mr. Weatherbee, in an attempt to prove that he is not out of shape, goes running for the ball, not realizing that Archie is also running to catch the ball from the opposite direction. The two run right into one another. Kleats says Mr. Weatherbee is indeed out of shape and that he should have had the ball. In an effort to prove which one is in better shape, Mr. Weatherbee and Coach Kleats decide to bet on who can run five laps around the track faster. Mr. Weatherbee asks Archie to hold his coat. As Archie is standing there, Mr. Weatherbee's pen falls out of the coat, and Reggie points this out. Reggie goes to pick up the pen and notices that it's a fountain pen. Archie asks what the gizmo on the side is, and Reggie lifts it up, squirting ink all over Archie, his uniform and Mr. Weatherbee's coat. Archie is annoyed that this happened, but Reggie tells him to just wipe it off. This only makes the spots bigger, and Reggie again teases Archie. Reggie then says he has a friend who can get the stains out quickly - the friend is a chemist. Archie isn't sure what to tell "The Bee" when he gets back, but Reggie says he won't be back for a while, as Mr. Weatherbee and Coach Kleats are seen struggling to run around the track. Reggie says that just in case they get done before he gets back, he has another friend whose jacket looks exactly like that one, and he'll borrow that jacket until the other one is ready. Reggie runs into the school to drop the jacket off with his friend - who turns out to be Jughead in the chemistry lab. After an ad, 2 pages of Archie Club News and another ad [see notes], the story continues. Reggie comes back with his friend's coat, and asks what's going on with Mr. Weatherbee and Coach Kleats. Archie says it's a tie so far, and points to the track, where both are seen lying flat on their stomachs, completely out of breath and worn out from their race. They both agree to finish the race another day, and Mr. Weatherbee asks for his coat, which is suddenly way too big. He asks Archie if he notices anything wrong, and Archie says he doesn't. Mr. Weatherbee heads back to his office, thinking he must have lost a lot of weight running around the track. We then learn that Reggie borrowed the jacket from a friend named "Gorilla" George, who's a member of the wrestling team. Archie tells Reggie to hurry and get Mr. Weatherbee's jacket back. Reggie reveals that he left the jacket with Jughead to clean, and Archie isn't thrilled, saying Jughead tried to clean all the spots off of Veronica's leopard jacket. They rush back to the chem lab to see that Jughead has completely removed the ink. After they leave, Jughead wonders if he should have told them that he dipped the coat in a solution that caused it to shrink. While Mr. Weatherbee is gone, the two switch coats. Later, Mr. Weatherbee puts the coat back on, still thinking that it will be way too big - only to find that it's now too small. He pulls out his pen to make himself a reminder to see his tailor - only to find that the pen is out of ink. Frustrated, Mr. Weatherbee throws the pen out the window, and it hits Archie on the head. Archie, annoyed at all the trouble the pen has caused, throws the pen as hard as he can, and ends up puncturing a car tire with it. Mr. Weatherbee tells Miss Grundy that he's taking the rest of the day off, because he doesn't feel well. He gets out to his car to find that his pen is now stuck in one of the tires, causing it to go flat. At the doctor's office, Mr. Weatherbee explains what happened, and the doctor asks Mr. Weatherbee to tell him what he sees in some ink blots, which upsets Mr. Weatherbee even more.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Cool It Man
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Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge; Smithers
"Cool It Man" Because they lost a wager, Archie & Jughead spend the afternoon using a fan on Reggie.
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Story Title
Cool It Man
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge; Smithers
Storyline
"Cool It Man" Because they lost a wager, Archie & Jughead spend the afternoon using a fan on Reggie.

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Story Title
Two Girls on a Torpedo or They Went Down to The Sea in Slips
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Veronica find a torpedo on the beach. Jughead and Archie go fishing.

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Story Title
Think Drink!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jinx sells fountain of youth water.

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The Deadly Duo
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Betty and Veronica uses multiple idioms to express how they feel about Archie.

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Story Title
Water Pressure
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie accidentally sprays Veronica with a hose while watering the garden and she gets him back.

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A Walk Talk!
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Li'l Jinx explains to her dad why she is home so late.

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Story Title
Initial Impact
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Veronica's friends all come up with negative words that start with the letter "v" except Archie.

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Story Title
Splatter Chatter
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Jughead splatters paint on a canvas.

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Story Title
The Lawn Party
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Archie is a jinx around the pool and keeps getting people wet.

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The Sales Pitch
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Lola laughs at the girls' high regard for Archie and insists other guys around town are better.

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Story Title
Oceans of Love
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
In order to spread peace & love, Betty and Veronica send out messages in a bottle.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Conquest of Space
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?
Dan DeCarlo
Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
"Conquest of Space" The girls joke about the vastness of the Lodge mansion and how far it is from one room to another.
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Story Title
Conquest of Space
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper
Storyline
"Conquest of Space" The girls joke about the vastness of the Lodge mansion and how far it is from one room to another.

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Story Title
Misunderstood
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty decides to buy her father's birthday present with trading stamps but things don't work out for her.

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Story Title
Creatures of Habit
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Mr. Lodge gets annoyed by all the kids hanging out in his house so he chases them away, but then he realizes that things are too quiet for him.

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Story Title
Bon Appetite!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line

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The Price of Love
Script
?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Betty and Veronica demand that Archie decide which is better - love or money.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Hip Slip
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The Archies [Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge]
"Hip Slip"
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Story Title
Hip Slip
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
The Archies [Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Veronica Lodge]
Storyline
"Hip Slip"

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Gown of Renoun
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Champ of Camp
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Short Trip
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Rash Clash
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Betty's Wallet
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?
Pencils
?
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Mad Fad
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Work Quirk
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?
Pencils
?
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First Call
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?
Pencils
?
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Gory Story
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Divine-Sign
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?
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?
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Talkathon
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Veronica can't stop talking.

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Loaf Laff
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?
Pencils
?
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Seat Treat
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?
Pencils
?
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Pic Kick
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?
Pencils
?
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New Look
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?
Pencils
?
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Good Day
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?
Pencils
?
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Knee Spree
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?
Pencils
?
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Check Up
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Face Case
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Some Beat!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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Inspiration
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Dress Mess
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Perfect Percentage
Script
?
Pencils
Al Hartley
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Moose is temperamental.

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Brain Strain
Script
?
Pencils
Al Hartley
Story Line
Moose can't remember anything for even a day.

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A Little Action
Script
?
Pencils
?
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The Lesson
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?
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?
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Rod the Mod
George Gladir ?
Stan Goldberg
Gus Lemoine
Rod the Mod; Dalton Brothers
"Rod the Mod" Painter Rod the Mod needs money to pay off his tab at the sandwich shop.
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Story Title
Rod the Mod
Writer
George Gladir ?
Interior Art
Stan Goldberg
Cover Art
Gus Lemoine
Character Appearances
Rod the Mod; Dalton Brothers
Storyline
"Rod the Mod" Painter Rod the Mod needs money to pay off his tab at the sandwich shop.

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Story Title
The Big Gig
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Zappy takes up sky-writing.

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Circle Saga
Script
?
Pencils
Chic Stone ?
Story Line
Aliens think they are watching Earth automobiles.

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The Flying Saucer Mystery
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Aliens come to Earth to laugh at humans.

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Story Title
A Passion for Fashion
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
The British fashion designer Tiger Shark is challenged by a new American designer.

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Story Title
His Master's Voice
Script
?
Pencils
Chic Stone ?
Story Line
A Tarzan-like character strains his voice.

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Fright Fight
Script
?
Pencils
Chic Stone ?
Story Line
Aliens land on Earth but their flying saucers are being destroyed.

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Story Title
Glop Flop
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Professor Transistor accidentally creates a gravity-defying substance.
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Published August 1968 by Archie
Gasser (or "He Got His Lumps By the Pumps")
Bob Bolling
Bob Bolling
Dan DeCarlo
Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Feely Pincher
"Gasser (or "He Got His Lumps By the Pumps")" Archie goes to pick up the object of Mr. Lodge's latest merger attempt, the wealthy miser Feely Pincher. Meanwhile, Mr. Lodge has to take Archie's place as an attendant at a Dreggs gas station.
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Story Title
Gasser (or "He Got His Lumps By the Pumps")
Writer
Bob Bolling
Interior Art
Bob Bolling
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Feely Pincher
Storyline
"Gasser (or "He Got His Lumps By the Pumps")" Archie goes to pick up the object of Mr. Lodge's latest merger attempt, the wealthy miser Feely Pincher. Meanwhile, Mr. Lodge has to take Archie's place as an attendant at a Dreggs gas station.

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Story Title
How Sweet It Is
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
A new girl makes a play for Jughead.

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Story Title
To the Rescue
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Archie tries to get tough with a bully on the beach.

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Story Title
The Surprise
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
The kids try to prepare a birthday surprise for Mr. Weatherbee.

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Story Title
Man of the Year
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Archie shows up just as Mr. Lodge is preparing to be photographed for a men's fashion magazine.

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Story Title
It Doesn't Pay to Keep It To Yourself
Script
?
Pencils
Stan Goldberg
Story Line
Archie announces that he has no homework today.

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Story Title
A Sticky Subject!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line

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Story Title
Ethel Sees Plenty (or ESP Can Do For You What It Did For Big Ethel, So Lookout!)
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
While working at Pop Tate's, a bump on the head gives Ethel E.S.P.

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Story Title
Future Bet
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Veronica tells Archie that he can get on her father's good side by talking about his plans for the future.

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Story Title
The Flame Game
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Beetty tries to make flaming shashlik for the gang.

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Story Title
Re-Group and Attack!
Script
Bob Bolling
Pencils
Bob Bolling
Story Line
Word gets out that Mr. Weatherbee is planning to retire. While Miss Grundy recalls his past as an air force aviator and an athlete, the kids decide to be nice to him until he retires, but they inadvertently make him angry at being treated like a "doddering old man."

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Story Title
Hurts Aid!
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
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It's Ornamental
Script
?
Pencils
Bob White
Story Line
After Mr. Lodge kicks him out, Archie sneaks back in and hides in Mr. Lodge's precious artifacts just as people from the museum are coming over to inspect them.
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Published August 1968 by Charlton
T-34 Killer
?
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Rezzonico (signed)
"T-34 Killer"
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Published August 1968 by Charlton

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Story Title
T-34 Killer
Writer
?
Interior Art
Charles Nicholas (signed)
Cover Art
Rezzonico (signed)
Storyline
"T-34 Killer"

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Story Title
Here Lies John Williams
Script
Willi Franz (signed)
Pencils
Sam Glanzman (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Real Jungle King
Script
?
Pencils
Tony Tallarico
Story Line

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Story Title
Gestapo Trap
Script
?
Pencils
Rezzonico (signed)
Story Line
First Lt. Beal and his men liberate Italian partisans from the hands of the Gestapo.
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Published August-September 1968 by DC
Sinister Stopover... Earth!
Frank Robbins
Mike Sekowsky
Mike Sekowsky
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Major Mynah; General Naylor; Professor Richard Alvin; Jean Loring; Admiral White; "Jonah" Wale; Physalians (villains)
"Sinister Stopover... Earth!"
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Published August-September 1968 by DC

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Story Title
Sinister Stopover... Earth!
Writer
Frank Robbins
Interior Art
Mike Sekowsky
Cover Art
Mike Sekowsky
Character Appearances
The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Major Mynah; General Naylor; Professor Richard Alvin; Jean Loring; Admiral White; "Jonah" Wale; Physalians (villains)
Storyline
"Sinister Stopover... Earth!"
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Published August 1968 by DC
The 1000 Secrets of the Batcave!
Bill Finger
Jim Mooney
Neal Adams
"The 1000 Secrets of the Batcave!"
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Published August 1968 by DC

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Story Title
The 1000 Secrets of the Batcave!
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Jim Mooney
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Storyline
"The 1000 Secrets of the Batcave!"

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Story Title
The Birth of Batplane II!
Script
David Vern Reed
Pencils
Dick Sprang
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The Secret of Batmans Utility Belt!
Script
David Vern
Pencils
Dick Sprang
Story Line

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Story Title
The 100 Batarangs of Batman
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
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The Secret of the Batmobile
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line

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The Flying Bat-Cave!
Script
David Vern ?
Pencils
Lew Sayre Schwartz
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Published August 1968 by Archie
The Alley Cat
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Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper
"The Alley Cat" Hal is obsessed with his bowling league, leaving Alice a lonely wife sitting at home. So Archie brings them a stray cat, hoping it will keep Betty's mother company.
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Published August 1968 by Archie

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Story Title
The Alley Cat
Writer
?
Interior Art
Dan DeCarlo
Cover Art
Dan DeCarlo
Character Appearances
Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Alice Cooper; Hal Cooper
Storyline
"The Alley Cat" Hal is obsessed with his bowling league, leaving Alice a lonely wife sitting at home. So Archie brings them a stray cat, hoping it will keep Betty's mother company.

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Story Title
Nightmare
Script
Frank Doyle
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Archie takes Betty up into the mountains to get some photos of the sunrise. Veronica hears about it, suspects hanky panky and later follows Archie's car to a cabin on Loon Lake. There she ends up alone in the cabin - - with Jughead.

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A Mouthful
Script
Joe Edwards
Pencils
Joe Edwards
Story Line
Greg gets a scouting report from Jinx on the new dentist.

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Story Title
Alarming
Script
George Gladir ?
Pencils
Dan DeCarlo
Story Line
Suddenly Reggie and Archie are fighting over Betty the way they usually fight over Veronica.
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Published August-September 1968 by DC
My Brother -- My Enemy
Marv Wolfman (plot); Bob Haney (script)
Pat Boyette
Pat Boyette
"My Brother -- My Enemy"
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Story Title
My Brother -- My Enemy
Writer
Marv Wolfman (plot); Bob Haney (script)
Interior Art
Pat Boyette
Cover Art
Pat Boyette
Storyline
"My Brother -- My Enemy"

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Story Title
Fort Fear
Script
Marv Wolfman (plot); Bob Haney (script)
Pencils
Pat Boyette
Story Line

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Story Title
The Return to Blackhawk Island
Script
Marv Wolfman (plot); Bob Haney (script)
Pencils
Pat Boyette
Story Line
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Published August 1968 by Gold Key
Crossfire
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?
? (photographs)
"Crossfire"
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Published August 1968 by Gold Key

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Crossfire
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
? (photographs)
Storyline
"Crossfire"

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Story Title
Trapped in Goblin Gulch
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Bedrock Barnes attempts to aid a man crazed from thirst in the desert. The stranger repeatedly shoots at Bedrock, who finally knocks him down with a thrown rock, ties him, and gives him water from a canteen. When the sheriff arrives Bedrock learns that the stranger is a dangerous wanted bank robber.

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Story Title
The Caballero
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Escorting a neighbor girl, Ben Cartwright barely saves them from a forest fire. Escaping with them is Rudolfo Chavez, who joins a posse hunting down bank robber Tiburico Vasquez and kills two of the bandits. He later holds Lucy Mather and Little Joe for ransom. The Cartwrights run him down and wound him, upon which he confesses that he is Tiburico Vasquez.
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Published August-September 1968 by DC
The Track of the Hook
Bob Haney
Neal Adams
Neal Adams
Deadman [Boston Brand]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Hook; Commisissioner Gordon; Whitey Marsh (Death); Carlton "Kubla" Kaine; Edward T. Weeks; Bill Rawls; Alfred; Tiny (Cameo, Flashback); Rama Kushna (Flashback); Willie Pigeon; Monk Manville [Max Chill]
"The Track of the Hook" Deadman goes to Batman for help finding his killer and ends up helping Batman track down a mysterious syndicate boss.
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Story Title
The Track of the Hook
Writer
Bob Haney
Interior Art
Neal Adams
Cover Art
Neal Adams
Character Appearances
Deadman [Boston Brand]; Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Hook; Commisissioner Gordon; Whitey Marsh (Death); Carlton "Kubla" Kaine; Edward T. Weeks; Bill Rawls; Alfred; Tiny (Cameo, Flashback); Rama Kushna (Flashback); Willie Pigeon; Monk Manville [Max Chill]
Storyline
"The Track of the Hook" Deadman goes to Batman for help finding his killer and ends up helping Batman track down a mysterious syndicate boss.
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Published August 1968 by Marvel
Slave of the Skull!
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Jack Kirby
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; SHIELD; Sharon Carter [Agent 13]; Red Skull [Johann Schmidt]; Exiles [Angelo Bandini; Franz Cadavus; General Jun Ching; Eric Gruning; Iron Hand [Jurgen Hauptmann]; Ivan Krushki]; Nick Fury
"Slave of the Skull!" Can Cap single-handedly take on all of the Red Skull's men?
Fine+ 6.5

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Published August 1968 by Marvel

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Story Title
Slave of the Skull!
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; SHIELD; Sharon Carter [Agent 13]; Red Skull [Johann Schmidt]; Exiles [Angelo Bandini; Franz Cadavus; General Jun Ching; Eric Gruning; Iron Hand [Jurgen Hauptmann]; Ivan Krushki]; Nick Fury
Storyline
"Slave of the Skull!" Can Cap single-handedly take on all of the Red Skull's men?
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Published August 1968 by Marvel
Mission: Destroy the Invisible Enemy!
Arnold Drake
Dick Ayers
Dick Ayers
V: Herbert Cholmondeley (I); GS: Rolfe Harrison (from SGT. FURY #50)
"Mission: Destroy the Invisible Enemy!"
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Published August 1968 by Marvel

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Story Title
Mission: Destroy the Invisible Enemy!
Writer
Arnold Drake
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Dick Ayers
Character Appearances
V: Herbert Cholmondeley (I); GS: Rolfe Harrison (from SGT. FURY #50)
Storyline
"Mission: Destroy the Invisible Enemy!"
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Published August 1968 by Charlton
Songs Without Love
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?
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Gordie Emmons; Marcia; Sugar Bill; Zombie; Vic
"Songs Without Love" Marcia joins the Ghouls as their lead singer, but they only want her for her looks, not her voice.
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Published August 1968 by Charlton

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Story Title
Songs Without Love
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Gordie Emmons; Marcia; Sugar Bill; Zombie; Vic
Storyline
"Songs Without Love" Marcia joins the Ghouls as their lead singer, but they only want her for her looks, not her voice.

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Story Title
The Hunting Season
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
Ellen uses her vacation to get a job in the Catskills as a waitress so she can hunt for a man.

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Story Title
Saigon Kisses
Script
?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas ?
Story Line
When Tommy is reported missing in action in Viet Nam, Wendy joins the Red Cross so she can go to Saigon.
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Published August 1968 by Harvey

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Published August-September 1968 by DC
None Shall Escape the Walking Evil
Arnold Drake (signed)
Bob Brown
Bob Brown
Challengers of the Unknown [Ace Morgan; Rocky Davis; Prof Haley; Red Ryan]; Tino Manarry; Tukamenon the Undying; Legion of the Weird [Mistress Vera Wycker; Count Karnak; Madoga; Hordred; Kaftu]
"None Shall Escape the Walking Evil" Continued from last issue... The Legion of the Weird calls on "Om, Lord of the Netherworlds, Emperor of Chaos and Destruction." The spirit(?) resurrects Mistress Wycker from her melted puddle. She's still determined to kill Ace, and morphs into a blonde beauty. The Legion has other options - weather, a mystic blade - but the Egyptian sorceror calls for a mummy from a local museum, Tukamenon the Undying... The Challengers wait for trouble, studying and weight training and horsing around. Red talks via radio to his kid brother, Tino, who's beseiged by teeny-bopper fans... Tukamenon the mummy confronts his master Kaftu. Yes, he's bound to serve, but if forced to kill, he's free of the curse and can kill Kaftu! Kaftu fetches a magical ruby and orders the mummy to find and crush the Challengers... Seeking the Legion, the Challs fly into an airport and meet Tino. Girls flock to Tino and everyone makes TV news. Soon the mummy crashes the Challs' hotel room. Kaftu aims the ruby to blind Tino, then both flee. Red is furious... At the hospital, a doctor suggests an experimental eye transplant from a blood relative. Red donates an eye. Recovering, Tino can see - the mummy burst in! Challs battle the mummy as Red is rushed out on a gurney - except his nurse, Mistress Wycker in disguise, stabs Red with a scalpel! The brawling mummy is zapped by an X-ray machine that breaks his curse: he runs to punish Kaftu. The Challs find Red bleeding and Tino kidnapped. How to find him? Red marvels: even separated, he can "see" what Tino sees! Continued...
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Story Title
None Shall Escape the Walking Evil
Writer
Arnold Drake (signed)
Interior Art
Bob Brown
Cover Art
Bob Brown
Character Appearances
Challengers of the Unknown [Ace Morgan; Rocky Davis; Prof Haley; Red Ryan]; Tino Manarry; Tukamenon the Undying; Legion of the Weird [Mistress Vera Wycker; Count Karnak; Madoga; Hordred; Kaftu]
Storyline
"None Shall Escape the Walking Evil" Continued from last issue... The Legion of the Weird calls on "Om, Lord of the Netherworlds, Emperor of Chaos and Destruction." The spirit(?) resurrects Mistress Wycker from her melted puddle. She's still determined to kill Ace, and morphs into a blonde beauty. The Legion has other options - weather, a mystic blade - but the Egyptian sorceror calls for a mummy from a local museum, Tukamenon the Undying... The Challengers wait for trouble, studying and weight training and horsing around. Red talks via radio to his kid brother, Tino, who's beseiged by teeny-bopper fans... Tukamenon the mummy confronts his master Kaftu. Yes, he's bound to serve, but if forced to kill, he's free of the curse and can kill Kaftu! Kaftu fetches a magical ruby and orders the mummy to find and crush the Challengers... Seeking the Legion, the Challs fly into an airport and meet Tino. Girls flock to Tino and everyone makes TV news. Soon the mummy crashes the Challs' hotel room. Kaftu aims the ruby to blind Tino, then both flee. Red is furious... At the hospital, a doctor suggests an experimental eye transplant from a blood relative. Red donates an eye. Recovering, Tino can see - the mummy burst in! Challs battle the mummy as Red is rushed out on a gurney - except his nurse, Mistress Wycker in disguise, stabs Red with a scalpel! The brawling mummy is zapped by an X-ray machine that breaks his curse: he runs to punish Kaftu. The Challs find Red bleeding and Tino kidnapped. How to find him? Red marvels: even separated, he can "see" what Tino sees! Continued...
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