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Appearing in "The Flying Horse"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Casper

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  • Nightmare (horse)

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  • Ali Boo Boo

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Appearing in the 2st StoryEdit


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Appearing in the 3st StoryEdit


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    Appearing in "Journey to the Center of the Earth"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Dr. Lindenbrook Cindy
  • Cindy (Dr. Lindenbrook's niece)
  • Alec
  • Lars
  • Gertrude (duck)

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    Appearing in "King Kong"Edit

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  • King Kong

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  • Mondo Island

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    Appearing in "George of the Jungle"Edit

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  • George of the Jungle

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NotesEdit

  • Indicia publisher: American Brodcasting Company.
  • Indicia: "prepared and edited by Magazine Management Company"
  • Cover art: Fantastic Four team figures by Kirby & Sinnott, Spider-Man by Romita, Caspar by Colon, King Kong by unknown, George of the Jungle possibly by Sol Brodsky or John Verpoorten, Journey to the Center of the Earth by Reinman and large central Mr. Fantastic figure possibly by Kirby.
  • In "Prisoners of the Pharaoh!" the spelling of "Pharaoh" in the title is corrected from

"Pharoah".

  • In "The Birth of a Super-Hero!" Romita is credited as Johnny Romita, Rosen as Sammy Rosen.
  • In "King Kong" pencils by Sol Brodsky and/or John Verpoorten.
  • In "George of the Jungle" art possibly by John Tartaglione, Sol Brodsky, or Bill Everett.


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