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Issue Details

Issue #155
Published October 1979
Frequency monthly
Cover Price 0.40 USD
Pages 36
Editing Paul Levitz

Cover Details - "The Fugitive from Two Worlds"

Characters Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Tri Vul
Genre superhero
Pencils Jim Aparo
Inks Jim Aparo

17 page Batman & Green Lantern story "Fugitive from Two Worlds!"

Characters Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Commissioner James Gordon; Alfred Pennyworth (cameo); Dr. Wheelwright; The Guardians of The Universe; Tri Vul; Calaphonian rulers; Calaphonian bystanders; construction worker
Synopsis When Tri Vul attempts to use a meteor under Gotham City to cure his radiation poisoning, its removal causes earthquakes. Green Lantern and Batman bring him to justice before the Guardians of Oa, and replace the meteor to stop the earthquakes.
Genre superhero
Script Bob Haney; Mike W. Barr
Pencils Jim Aparo
Inks Jim Aparo
Colors Jerry Serpe
Letters Jim Aparo
Notes Mike W. Barr credit per interview in Back Issue #7
Reprinted in Adventure (Federal Comics, 1983 series) #2

1 page Wonder Woman advertisement "Saves The Astronauts"

Characters Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; 2 astronauts
Synopsis A space shuttle cannot be reached by radio signal, so Wonder Woman leaves them a trail of Hostess Fruit Pies to guide them back to earth.
Genre superhero
Pencils Curt Swan
Inks Vince Colletta
Notes Hostess Fruit Pies ad. Ad appears between pages 8 and 9 of sequence 1.

1 page Batman letters page "Brave & Bold Mailbag"

Characters Batman [Bruce Wayne]
Synopsis Letters from: Alan G. Giroux; Eric J. Hoover; Kent A. Phenis; Tad Ray Christiansen; David DeRossett.
Genre superhero
Script Paul Levitz
Letters typeset
Notes Lists correction to art for The Brave & The Bold #65, as Dick Giordano and Sal Trapani, NOT Bruno Premiani.

1 page Ask The Answer Man!; Hembeck; Direct Currents promo (ad from the publisher) "Daily Planet Volume 79 Issue 31"

Characters Bob Rozakis; Jor-El; Lara; Wonder Woman
Synopsis Information about upcoming DC comics, with a trivia section and a cartoon.
Genre fact; humor
Script Bob Rozakis
Pencils ?; Fred Hembeck
Inks ?; Fred Hembeck
Letters typeset; Fred Hembeck
Editing Bob Rozakis; Anthony Tollin (production)
Notes Volume 79, Issue 31, week of July 16, 1979.