- Detective Comics #69 - "The Siege of Krovka" (starring the Boy Commandos)
- Batman #30 - "While the City Sleeps" (starring Batman)
- Flash Comics #4 - "The Thought Terror" (starring Hawkman)
- Plastic Man #21 - "Where Is Amorpho?" (starring Plastic Man)
- Sensation Comics #1 - "The Origin of Wildcat" (starring W:C:DC:Ted Grant (New Earth)Wildcat)
- Flash Comics #96 - "The Riddle of the Topaz Brooch" (starring Black Canary)
- Kid Eternity #3 - "The Count" (starring Kid Eternity)
- "Scribbly" - Redrawn version of a story from All-American Comics #6 (starring Scribbly Jibbet)
- All-American Comics #92 - "The Icicle Goes South" (starring Green Lantern)
- Adventure Comics #51 - "The Pawn Broker" (starring the Sandman)
- All-Flash #14 - "The Rise and Fall of Norman Empire" (starring the Flash)
- Adventure Comics #67 - "The Menace of the Invisible Raiders!" (starring Starman)
- More Fun Comics #57 - "Boys from Nowhere" (starring the Spectre)
- Action Comics #124 - "The Lonesome Kangaroo!" (starring Vigilante)
- Detective Comics #1 - "The Streets of Chinatown" (starring Slam Bradley)
- Crack Comics #19 - "The President's Been Kidnapped" (starring Black Condor)
- Adventure Comics #144 - "The Day That Was Five Years Long" (starring Johnny Quick)
- Superman #61 - "Superman Returns to Krypton!" (starring Superman)
- Star-Spangled Comics #77 - "Robotman vs. Rubberman" (starring Robotman)
- Modern Comics #67 - "The Plateau of Oblivion" (starring Blackhawk)
- Wonder Woman #13 - "The Icebound Maidens" (starring Wonder Woman)
- All-Star Comics #37 - "The Injustice Society of the World!" (starring the Justice Society of America)
- "The things of magic--THE GREATEST GOLDEN AGE STORIES EVER TOLD--a lasting tribute to the roots of American comics, starring the greatest characters of the 1930s and 1940s, as written by a veritable Who's Who of the Golden Age!" -- Back cover blurb
- "Scribbly" was redrawn by Sheldon Mayer expressly for this book when suitable materials could not be found to reprint from.
- Reprints several house ads and public service announcements of the era.
- Also includes a foreword by Roy Thomas, an introduction by editor Mike Gold, biographies of the included writers and artists by Mark Waid and end notes by Robert Greenberger.
- 288 pages.
- Out of print.
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