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Flashback 38: World's Finest Comics 8 (1942/1976) comic books

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    Flashback 38: World's Finest Comics 8 (1942/1976) 8

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    The thirty-eighth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents World's Finest Comics #8 originally published in 1942 by World's Best Comics Company. Cover art by Jack Burnley. "Talent, Unlimited," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Sam Citron (as Joe Shuster), inks by John Sikela (as Joe Shuster); Clark Kent is given the assignment by Editor White to find a missing heiress, but along the way manages to help five other people realize their the Man of Steel! "Tanks for the Memory!", art by Stan Kaye; Drafty and Tim are put on K.P. duty, but manage to break everything in sight, so they are assigned to anti-tank detail instead! "The Magic Lantern," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joseph Sulman; A couple of crooks watch Zatara perform magic with an ancient lamp, so they steal it, hoping to use its magic to commit crimes. "Stripesy, Solo Sleuth Inc.!" starring The Star-Spangled Kid, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Hal Sherman; Having had a petty quarrel with Sylvester, Stripesy decides to go into the detective business himself.....with disastrous results! "The Luck of the Lepparts," script by Jack Kirby and (possibly co-plotted by Joe Simon), pencils by Joe Simon, inks by Jack Kirby; The last living Leppart is haunted by his ancestors' curse: to die by one of the four elements. "The Unluckiest Man In The World!" starring The Green Arrow, script by Joseph Green, pencils by Cliff Young, inks by Steve Brodie. The Minuteman Answers the Call public service announcement by M. C. Gaines, art by Sheldon Moldoff. "A Double for Trouble," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joe Gallagher; While riding the subway, the King decides to make himself up like a passenger he sees sleeping in a seat; Unknown to him, that man is a reporter who has belittled "The Chicken," whom he suspects in involved with the Nazis! "Brothers In Law!" starring Batman and Robin, script by Jack Schiff, pencils by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane), inks by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane) and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); The untimely death of their father leads the O'Brien brothers to attempt to get even with his killer, while working at odds against one another. The Boy Commandos ad. 100 pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.