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Brave and the Bold No. 50
October-November 1963
Cover: Green Arrow vs. J'onn J'onzz as Vulkor watches //George Roussos
Story: "Wanted--the Capsule Master" (25 pages)
Editors: Murray Boltinoff, George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: George Roussos
Feature Characters: Green Arrow (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #22 / 23), Speedy (between WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #136 / 138), J'onn J'onzz (between DETECTIVE COMICS #320 / 321)
Other characters: the All-Martian Council (first and only appearance)
Villains: Vulkor and three Martian criminals (including "Karl Bronk"; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Green Arrow, Speedy, and the Martian Manhunter team up to battle Vulkor and his gang of evil Martians who are in search of a super-weapon hidden on Earth.

Brave and the Bold No. 51
December 1963 / January 1964
Cover: Aquaman and Hawkman vs. Tyros //Howard Purcell
Story: "Fury of the Exiled Creature" (Part 1; 10 pages)
 Part 2: "Tyros, King of Atlantis" (6 pages)
 Part 3: "The Invasion of Atlantis" (9 pages)
Editors: Murray Boltinoff, George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: Howard Purcell
Feature Characters: Aquaman (last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #137; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #24), Aqualad (last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #137; next appears in AQUAMAN #13), Hawkman, Hawkgirl (both between MYSTERY IN SPACE #88 / 89)
Intro: Lokir (a condor), the Old Man of the Oceans (only appearance for both)
Other Characters: Atlanteans
Villain: Tyros (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: When Atlantis is attacked by Tyros, a would-be dictator now transformed into a winged, triphibious creature with command of sea and bird life, Aquaman and Aqualad team up with Hawkman and Hawkgirl to oppose him.

Brave and the Bold No. 53
April-May 1964
Cover: Flash and Atom trying to escape the Expanding World //Alex Toth / Chuck Cuidera?
Story: "The Challenge of the Expanding World" (25 pages)
Editors: Murray Boltinoff, George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: Alex Toth
Feature Characters: The Atom (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #26; next appears in THE ATOM #12), the Flash (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #26; next appears in THE FLASH #144)
Supporting Character: Iris West (between THE FLASH #143 / 144)
Intro: Dr. Willis Stanton, Larnus, Arbellice, Zarn (only appearance for all)
Villain: Attila-5 (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A dictator manipulates the Atom into inadvertently causing his micro-world to expand and threaten Earth, but the Flash lends his tiny comrade a hand in dealing with the menace.

Brave and the Bold No. 55
August-September 1964
Cover: Atom, Metal Men, and Dr. Will Magnus vs. Uranium //Ramona Fradon
Story: "Revenge of the Robot Reject" (25 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: Ramona Fradon
Feature Characters: Metal Men (between METAL MEN #7 / 8), the Atom (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #314; next appears in THE ATOM #14)
Supporting Character: Dr. Will Magnus (between METAL MEN #7 / 8; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in SHOWCASE #37)
Villains: Uranium, Agantha (two robots; first appearance for both; both destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: When the Metal Men are destroyed by the machinations of Dr. Will Magnus's first robot, Uranium, and his silver girlfriend Agantha, both of whom imprison him in his lab, Magnus sends an SOS to the Atom, who makes a desperate attempt to reconstruct the heroic robots.

Brave and the Bold No. 56
October-November 1964
Cover: Android hybrid vs. Flash and J'onn J'onzz //George Roussos
Story: "Raid of the Mutant Marauders" (25 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: George Roussos
Feature Characters: The Flash (last appearance in AQUAMAN #18; next appears in THE FLASH #149), J'onn J'onzz (last appearance in AQUAMAN #18; next appears in HOUSE OF MYSTERY #147)
GS: Hawkgirl (between HAWKMAN #5 / 6)
GA: Carter Hall (Hawkman; last appearance in HAWKMAN #5; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #32)
Supporting Character: Iris West (between THE FLASH #147 / 150)
Cameo appearances: Aquaman, Batman, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Superman (as statues)
Intro: Queen Tatania, Kholus, Argonians (only appearance for all)
Villain: An android mutant (first appearance; destroyed in this story)

Synopsis: An android is created on the planet Argon with all the powers of the Justice League members, who is able to utilize the powers of two members at a time, and correspondingly takes a half-and-half appearance of those heroes (i.e., half-Flash / half-J'onn J'onzz).  But when he falls in love with that planet's queen, is rejected, and is rocketed to Earth, the android goes on a rampage that even the Flash and the Martian Manhunter seem unable to halt.

Brave and the Bold No. 63
December 1965 / January 1966
Cover:  Supergirl holding missle near Wonder Woman, chained on a Kryptonite-covered flying disc; Multi-Face vignette  //John Roseberger / Jim Mooney
Story:  "The Revolt of the Super-Chicks"  (25 pages)
Editor:  George Kashdan
Writer:  Bob Haney
Penciller:  John Rosenberger
Inker:  Win Mortimer
Feature Characters:  Supergirl (between ACTION COMICS #331 / 335), Wonder Woman (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #40 / 41)
GS:  Superman (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #330; next appears in SUPERMAN'S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN #89)
GA:  Wonder Girl (last appearance in SHOWCASE #59; next appears in TEEN TITANS #1), Queen Hippolyte
Intro:  "Derek" and "Stephanie", J.T. (a movie producer), Anatole, Henri, Andre Count De Tour (only appearance for all)
Villains: Multi-Face and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis:  When Supergirl rescues a movie actress and sees the movie crew attending to her every little need, she decides to quit being a heroine and search for romance and glamour as a Paris model.  Superman makes no headway in persuading her to return to heroics, so he asks Wonder Woman to plead in his behalf.  But, when Wonder Woman tracks Supergirl down at a fashion show, she finds the Girl of Steel with a new lover, Henri, and is soon romanced herself by Andre, Count de Tour.  Both super-heroines are on vacation at the Isle of Love with their new swains.  Unfortunately, the Isle is also the home base of Multi-Face, a super-villain who can change his facial features at will.  Multi-Face attempts to destroy both heroines to save his operation.  Supergirl and Wonder Woman prevail, and both realize they cannot give up their heroic careers.

Brave and the Bold No. 65
April-May 1966
Cover: Robotman, Elasti-Girl, Flash, and the Chief attacking as Mallah sends Negative Man on rocket into space //Bruno Premiani
Story: "Alias Negative Man" (26 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Penciller: Dick Giordano
Inker: Sal Trapani
Feature Characters: The Flash (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #43; next appears in THE FLASH #161), the Doom Patrol (between DOOM PATROL #102 / 103)

Intro: Charles (only appearance)
Villains: The Brain (between DOOM PATROL #101 / 104), M. Mallah, Madame Rouge, Garguax (all between DOOM PATROL #97 / 104), General Immortus (last appearance in DOOM PATROL #97; next appears in SHOWCASE #94; all appear as the Brotherhood of Evil)
Synopsis: The Brotherhood of Evil trick Negative Man into a lead coffin, which they intend to rocket into space, so the Doom Patrol enlist the Flash to impersonate Neg Man until he can be rescued.

Brave and the Bold No. 66
June-July 1966
Cover: Metamorpho vs. the Metal Men //Ramona Fradon
Story: "Wreck the Renegade Robots" (25 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: Mike Sekowsky
Feature Characters: Metamorpho (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #44; next appears in METAMORPHO #7), the Metal Men (between METAL MEN #19 / 20)
Supprorting Characters: Simon Stagg, Sapphire Stagg, Java (between METAMORPHO #6 / 7), Dr. Will Magnus (between METAL MEN #19 / 20)
Intro: Borian's robots (Iron, Mercury, Lead, Tin, and Gold; in flashback; only appearance for all; not to be confused with the Metal Men)
Villain: Prof. Kurt Borian (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Metamorpho gets Dr. Will Magnus to restore him to normalcy, only to find he must regain his elemental powers when an evil scientist takes control of the Metal Men.

Brave and the Bold No. 72
June-July 1967
Cover: Flash (in phantom state) vs. The Spectre on the moon //Carmine Infantino / Murphy Anderson
Story: "Phantom Flash, Cosmic Traitor" (24 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Penciller: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Chuck Cuidera
Feature Characters: The Spectre (last appearance in SHOWCASE #64; next appears in THE SPECTRE (1st series) #1), the Flash (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #53; next appears in THE FLASH #171)
Intro: The Major, Charlie, and other members of Squadron 13 (only appearance), Von Krieg (in flashback; only appearance)
Villains: The Ghost Pilot (Luther Jarvis; first appearance; dies (twice) in this story), two crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Spectre must stop the ghost of a fallen World War I ace from taking revenge on his old squadron members, even though his opponent has turned the Flash into a ghostly being and bent him to his will.

Brave and the Bold No. 73
August-September 1967
Cover: Galg vs. Aquaman and the Atom //Carmine Infantino / Chuck Cuidera
Story: "Galg the Destroyer" (23 pages)
Editor: George Kashdan
Writer: Bob Haney
Artist: Sal Trapani
Feature Characters: Aquaman (last appearance in AQUAMAN #34; next appears in SUPERMAN #199), Aqualad (last appearance in TEEN TITANS #10; next appears in AQUAMAN #35), the Atom (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #54; next appears in THE ATOM #32)
Supporting Characters: Mera, Aquababy (between AQUAMAN #34 / 35), Dr. Vulko (first appearance; next appears in AQUAMAN #35)
Villans: Galg (first appearance; dies in this story) and his raiders (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Atlantis is threatened by raiders from a watery micro-world controlled by a monster named Galg, so Aquaman sends for the Atom to lend a hand.

Super-Team Family No. 2
December 1975 / January 1976
Cover: Batman and Deadman vs. Max Chill; Creeper vs. Wildcat; Green Arrow vignette (three vignettes) //Mike Grell
Story: "Showdown In San Lorenzo" (18 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Denny O'Neil
Penciller: Ric Estrada
Inker: Bill Draut
Feature Characters: The Creeper (last appearance in FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #7; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #445), Wildcat (between BRAVE AND THE BOLD #118 / 127)
Intro: Japhy Shim, Franco Turley, Gen. Pedro Lobo (only appearance for all)
Villains: Proteus (last appearance in BEWARE THE CREEPER #6; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #187), President Borges, assorted hoods (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Creeper is tricked into battling Wildcat in the boxing ring by Proteus, who kidnaps a champion boxer while they are fighting.  But the two heroes soon unite to recover the pugilist and defeat Proteus.

Super-Team Family No. 3
February-March 1976
Cover: Gorilla-Hawkman vs. Flash; Superman, Batman, and Batgirl vs. Ronald Jason; Aquaman and Green Arrow (three vignettes) //Berni Wrightson (signed)
Story: "Gorilla My Dreams" (Chapter 1; 4 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Six and Seven Apes" (9 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Planned It For the Apes" (5 pages)
Editor: Gerry Conway
Writer: Steve Skeates
Penciller: Ric Estrada
Inker: Wally Wood
Feature Characters: The Flash (last appearance in THE FLASH #240; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #220), Hawkman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #127; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #220)
GS: Shiera Hall (appears as Hawkgirl only in a dream; last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #455; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #131)
GA: Black Canary (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #127; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #220)
Supporting Characters: Iris Allen (between THE FLASH #240 / 241), Solovar (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #424; next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11)
Villain: Gorilla Grodd (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #443; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #1)
Synopsis: Grodd devolves Hawkman into a gorilla under his control and intends to use the Thangarian anti-gravity ray to conquer Earth, but the Flash opposes him.

DC Super-Stars No. 10
December 1976
Cover:
Story: "The Great Super-Star Game" (18 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Bob Rozakis
Penciller: Dick Dillin
Inker: Frank McLaughlin
Feature Characters: Superman (within second story in ACTION COMICS #467), Batman (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #466), Wonder Woman (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #228; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #138), Green Arrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137; next appears in DC SPECIAL #27), Black Canary (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #464; next appears in DC SPECIAL #27; all appear as the Justice League of America, between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137 / 138), Plastic Man (between PLASTIC MAN #16 / 17), Uncle Sam (between FREEDOM FIGHTERS #5 / 6), Robin (last appearance in TEEN TITANS #45; next appears in BATMAN FAMILY #9), Kid Flash (between TEEN TITANS #45 / 46)
Villains: Lex Luthor (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #466; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #6), the Joker (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #130; next appears in BATMAN #286), Chronos (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #220; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #143), Weather Wizard, Dr. Polaris, Matter Master, Felix Faust (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #218; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #7), Tattooed Man, Sportsmaster and Huntress of Earth-1 (last appearance for both in BATMAN FAMILY #7; last appearance for both), Amazo (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #112; next appears in SUPERMAN #314)
Synopsis: To settle a dispute as to whether the Huntress should become a heroine or remain a villainess, she and her husband the Sportsmaster arrange a baseball game between a team of heroes and a team of villains, with her decision depending on which team wins.

Super-Team Family No. 11
June-July 1977
Cover:  Supergirl, Flash, and Atom vs. T. O. Morrow  //Alan Weiss / Joe Rubinstein (signed)
Story:  "The Other Side of Doomsday"  (Chapter One; 11 pages)
 Chapter Two:  "World Without Time"  (5 pages)
 Chapter Three:  "Gateway To Nowhere"  (5 pages)
 Chapter Four:  "Tomorrow Dead or Alive"  (13 pages)
Editor:  Paul Levitz
Writer:  Gerry Conway
Penciller:  Alan Weiss
Inker:  Joe Rubinstein
Letterer:  Bill Morse
Colorist:  Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters:  Supergirl (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #183; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #451), the Flash (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; next appears in THE FLASH #254), the Atom (last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #247)
Supporting Characters: Iris Allen (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; next appears in THE FLASH #254), Jean Loring (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #454)
Intro:  A moderator (resembles Jenette Kahn), a living planet (only appearance for both)
Villains:  T. O. Morrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #106; next appears in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #267), the Wind Pirates (first appearance)
Comment:  This story continues in the next issue.
Synopsis:  T. O. Morrow has turned up on a living planet which obeys his will, and, to lure Flash and Atom into his clutches for revenge, he uses parts of the planet (as humanoids) to abduct
Iris West Allen and Jean Loring from a women's career symposium at Ivy University, and gets Linda (Supergirl) Danvers as an unexpected bonus.  Supergirl, Flash, and Atom eventually defeat
Morrow by "knocking out" the living planet.  However, Iris has bad news for the Atom.  Jean Loring had another nervous breakdown while there, and, empathically hurt by her madness, the living planet threw her into another dimensional world.

Super-Team Family No. 12
August-September 1977
Cover: Green Lantern, Hawkman, and Atom vs. the Dhrune //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "The Eternity Pursuit" (Chapter 1; 9 pages)
 Chapter 2: "A Tale of Two Worlds" (11 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Arena" (10 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Bill Draut
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144 / 147), Hawkman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #143; next appears in issue #3), the Atom
Supporting Characters: Jean Loring, Enrichetta Negrini (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #448)
Cameo appearances: Supergirl, Flash, Iris Allen, T. O. Morrow (in flashback)
Intro: Simax, Auru, the Aurians, the people of planet Titan (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Black Duke (Brewtus), the Dhrune (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This story continues in the next issue.
 The people of the planet Titan in this story are not the natives of Saturn's moon of Titan, the world of Saturn Girl in the 30th Century.
Synopsis: The Atom enlists Green Lantern and Hawkman in his search for Jean Loring, and they find traces of her on three worlds, leading the heroes into an interplanetary conflict.

Super-Team Family No. 13
October-November 1977
Cover: The Atom in a microverse; Captain Comet vs. the Wind Pirate; Aquaman in storm //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "Ragnarok Night" (Chapter 1; 11 pages)
 Chapter 2: "To Shake a World" (9 pages)
 Chapter 3: "A Wind In the Mind" (14 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Romeo Tanghal
Letterer: Bill Morse
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: Aquaman (last appearance in TEEN TITANS #49; next appears in DC SPECIAL #28), Captain Comet (between SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #9 / 10), Atom (next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10)
GS: Kid Flash (last appearance in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #9; next appears in TEEN TITANS #50)
Supporting Characters:  Jean Loring (next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10), Funky Flashman (between SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #9 / 10), Enrichetta Negrini (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157)
Cameo appearances: The Flash, Supergirl, Iris Allen, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Dhrune (in flashbacks)
Other Characters:  Lemurians (next appear in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10)
Villains: The Wind Pirate (first and only appearance) and the Wind Pirates (last appearance), Star Sapphire II, Gorilla Grodd (both between SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #9 / 10)
Comment: Story continues in part from SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #9, continues in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10, and takes place simultaneously with JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #145.
Synopsis: The Wind Pirate creates triple disasters on Earth which Aquaman, the Atom, and Captain Comet must deal with, while Jean Loring is found in a schizophrenic state.

Super-Team Family No. 14
December 1977-January 1978
Cover: The Atom and Wonder Woman vs. giant robots; vignette of Star Sapphire II, Gorilla Grodd, Creeper, and Floronic Man //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel
Story: "The End of the Quest" (Chapter 1; 9 pages)
 Chapter 2: "A World Beseiged" (7 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Ransom For Disaster" (9 pages)
 Chapter 4: "Battle For a World" (9 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Romeo Tanghal
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: The Atom (last appearance in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #145), Wonder Woman (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #145)
Supporting Characters: Jean Loring (last appearance in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #10; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #154), Funky Flashman (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #11), Queen Hippolyta (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #224; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #146), Solovar (last appearance in issue #3; next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11)
Cameo appearances: Supergirl, Flash, Iris Allen, Captain Comet, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Dhrune, Lightray, Orion, Metron, Creeper
Villains: Secret Society of Super-Villains (Star Sapphire II, Grodd (last appearance for both in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; both next appear in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #11), Floronic Man (last appearance in THE FLASH #246; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #11)
Comment: This story continues from DC SPECIAL SERIES #6.
Synopsis: Gorilla Grodd and two other members of the Secret Society of Super-Villains kidnap Jean Loring and use her excess mental power to cause disasters around the world, but the Atom and Wonder Woman go to the rescue.
 
DC Super-Stars #18
January / February 1978
Cover:  Jim Aparo (signed)
 STORY
 "Hour of the Demon"  (Chapter 1; 17 pages)
 Chapter 2:  "Wraiths in the Rain" (12 pages)
                         Chapter 3:  "The Phantom Stranger and Deadman"  (5 pages)
 Credits
Editor:  Paul Levitz
Writers:  Gerry Conway and Marty Pasko
Penciller:  Romeo Tanghal
Inkers:  Dick Giordano and Bob Layton
Letterers:  Milt Snapinn and Ben Oda
Colorist: Tatjana Wood
 Feature Characters
The Phantom Stranger (last seen in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #150; next appears in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #249)
Deadman (last seen in Superman Family #183; next appears in Challengers of the Unknown #84)
 Guest Star
Dr. Terry Thirteen (last seen in PHANTOM STRANGER #36; next appears in HOUSE OF SECRETS #150)
 Supporting Characters
Rama Kushna (last seen in Brave and the Bold #104; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #463), Marie Thirteen (last seen in PHANTOM STRANGER #36; next appears in HOUSE OF SECRETS #150)
 Villains
The Gargoyles (first appearance for all; all probably destroyed in this story)
Quabal (a demon; first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Tala (last seen in PHANTOM STRANGER #24; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #25)
 Other Characters
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and their children, Timmy and Teresa (first and only appearance for all)
An unnamed resident of Rutland (first appearance; dies in this story)
Tom Fagan (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #103 / 145)
Gerry and Carla Conway, Marty Pasko, Paul Levitz, and Romeo Tanghal (all of Earth-One)
The sheriff of Rutland (first and only appearance)
 Cameo appearances
Captain Marvel, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman (as costumes worn by members of the Rutland Halloween Parade)
 Comment
Tom Fagan remarks that Steve Englehart was in attendance at the Halloween parade, but had to leave early.
This is the last issue of DC Super-Stars.
 Synopsis
 Tala puts into motion a complex plan on Halloween night, 1978, in Rutland, Vermont.  The last two surviving gargoyles intend to hatch a large brood of their kind from eggs while sacrificing a child in order to enable the demon Quabal to invade the Earth.  Tala intends to defeat the demon herself, pose as mankind's savior, and rule the world.  However, Deadman and the Phantom Stranger, with some help from Dr. Thirteen, turn back the threefold menace.

Super-Team Family No. 15
March-April 1978
Cover: Flash, Metron, Lightray, and giant Orion //Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Story: "The Gulliver Effect" (Chapter 1; 12 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Death Quest" (9 pages)
 Chapter 3: "A Hell of Giants" (14 pages)
Editor: Paul Levitz
Writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Romeo Tanghal
Letterers: Milt Snapinn, Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: The Flash (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #152; next appears in THE FLASH #260), Lightray, Orion, Jezebelle, Metron (all between NEW GODS #15 / 16), Highfather (last appearance in MR. MIRACLE #24; next appears in NEW GODS #16; all but Flash appear as the New Gods)
Supporting Characters: The Source (last appearance in FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #13), Iris Allen (between THE FLASH #259 / 260)
Other Characters: Promethean Giants (last appearance in NEW GODS (1st series) #5; last appearance)
Villains: Darkseid (last appearance in MR. MIRACLE #25; next appears in NEW GODS #16),  a water-demon (first appearance; dies in this story), Hagdar the Mad,  ice weirds, guardian trolls, Sturski, Brenkov (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Darkseid causes Orion to grow to planetary size, and the New Gods find that only the Flash can penetrate the Source to bring back an antidote for him.

Showcase No. 100
May 1978
Cover: Dove, Hawk, Spectre, Green Lantern, Adam Strange, Metal Men, Phantom Stranger, Enemy Ace, Flash, Angel O' Day, Sam Simeon, Bat Lash, Challengers of the Unknown, Tommy Tomorrow, Anthro, Kid Flash, Robin, Wonder Girl, Inferior Five, Lois Lane, Space Ranger, Atom, Aquaman, Creeper //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "There Shall Come a Gathering" (34 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writers: Paul Kupperberg, Paul Levitz
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Green Lantern (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN #103; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #155), Flash (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #155), Atom (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #483; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #155), Aquaman (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #142; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #157), Phantom Stranger (last appearance in HOUSE OF MYSTERY #150; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156; appears with the above heroes as the Justice League of America; team appearance between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #154 / 155), Robin, Aqualad (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #461), Kid Flash, Wonder Girl (last appearance for both in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11; both next appear in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #149), Hawk, Dove (last appearance of both in TEEN TITANS #52; both next appear in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #181; all six appear as the Teen Titans; last team appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11; next team appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #149), Rip Hunter, Bonnie Baxter, Corky Baxter, Jeff Smith (last appearance for all in CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #87; all next appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #37), Metal Men (last appearance in METAL MEN #56; next appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #4), Adam Strange (last appearance in ALL-NEW COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-56; next appears in Hawkman story in next issue), Johnny Thunder (John Tane), Anthro (last appearance in ANTHRO #6; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #2), Sgt. Rock, Fireman Fred Farrell (last appearance in issue #1; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Enemy Ace, Nightmaster (last appearance in issue #84; last appearance), Jason (last appearance in issue #90; last appearance), Lois Lane (last appearance in ACTION COMICS #483; next appears in SUPERMAN FAMILY #188), Creeper (between WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #250 / 251), Challengers of the Unknown (last appearance in CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN #87; next appear in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #?), Space Ranger (last appearance in TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #82; next appears in GREEN LANTERN #136), Windy and Willy (last appearance in issue #81; last appearance for both), Bat Lash, Angel O'Day (last appearance in LIMITED COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-34; last appearance), Sam Simeon (last appearance in LIMITED COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-34; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Firehair (last apperarance in issue #87; last appearance), Tommy Tomorrow (last appearance in DC SPECIAL #27; last appearance), Inferior Five (last appearance in INFERIOR FIVE #10; next appear in OZ-WONDERLAND WAR #3), Binky, Sea Devils (last appearance in SEA DEVILS #35; all next appear in ACTION COMICS #552), Dolphin (last appearance in issue #79; next appears in ACTION COMICS #552), King Farraday (last appearance in DANGER TRAIL #4; next appears in BATMAN #313), Manhunter 2070 (last appearance in issue #93; last appearance), Jonny Double (last appearance in KOBRA #7; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Phantom Stranger (last appearance in HOUSE OF SECRETS #150; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #156), the Spectre (last appearance in ?; next appears in ?)
GA: Sugar, Spike
Supporting Characters: Ne-Ahn (last appearance in ANTHRO #6; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #2), Cryll (last appearance in TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED #82; next appears in GREEN LANTERN #136)
Villain: An alien (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The heroes of Earth must unite to stop an alien being from towing the planet out of orbit.

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