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Comic books December 1965

  • Issue #317
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  • Issue #33
    Wendy the Good Little Witch (1960) 33

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    Untitled one-page story; Wendy puts a spell on a painting in the art museum. "Don't Rush Me"; Everything in the forest has mysteriously slowed down, including the animals, a river, falling rocks, and lightning; Wendy worries that it might happen to her, too. Untitled one-page story; When Wendy forgets her broom she borrows a feather duster to get around. "My Son, the Sorcerer"; Wendy finds the boy sorcerer who has magically slowed things down; She conspires with the boy's mother to trick him into removing the spell. "A Great Help"; Casper gets lonely while the Ghostly Trio are on vacation, so he puts up a sign inviting his friends to stop in for a rest if they're tired; But it turns out that it's the once-every-two-hundred-years monster migration season, and soon the house is full of monsters. "Just Like Other Kids" text story. "Bewitched and Bewildered"; Witch Winkle moves into Spooky's neighborhood and he tries to get rid of the competition. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #88
    Woody Woodpecker (1947 Dell/Gold Key) 88
  • Issue #3
    World War Stories (1965) 3
  • Issue #154
    World's Finest (1941) 154
    Published Dec 1965 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Part I--The Sons of Superman and Batman, script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Sheldon Moldoff; an imaginary story. Part II- The Junior Super-Team starring Superman, Batman, Lois Lane, Kathy Kane (as Batwoman), Napolean of Crime; Bruce Jr, and Kal-El Jr. The Green Arrow's Mystery Pupil, script by Ed Herron, art by Lee Elias; Green Arrow teaches Hector Vance how to use a bow for a donation to charity; Hector Vance turns out to really be Herb Vraney, an underworld Kingpin. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #61
    Wyatt Earp Frontier Marshal (1956 Charlton) 61

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    Cover pencils by Pat Masulli, inks by Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Hired To Die starring Wyatt Earp, pencils by Bill Montes, inks by Ernie Bache. Three Silver Bullets text story. You Can't Eat Gold, pencils by Bill Montes. Earp The Horse Thief starring Wyatt Earp, pencils by Bill Montes, inks by Ernie Bache. Era Of the Killers. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #52
    Young Love (1963-1977 DC) 52

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    Cover by Gene Colan & Dick Giordano. Stories by Robert Kanigher, Jack Miller, Julius Schwartz and unknown. Art by John Romita, Sr., Gene Colan, Dick Giordano, Sal Trapani, John Giunta and Bernard Sachs. In The Private Diary of Mary Robin tale "Don't Let It Stop!", when Mary meets new intern Dr. Swift, she is immediately attracted to him, but he ignores her at every opportunity. Dr. Malcolm, a staff psychiatrist, sees Mary's longing and hypnotizes Dr. Swift into kissing her, which leads to the young intern confessing that he too was attracted, but was afraid that romance would distract him from his work! (Note: Last appearance of The Private Diary of Mary Robin.) Plus: Tomboy Judi gets a makeover, but now she looks just like movie star Didi Taylor, and thinks that everyone just wants to meet her because of the resemblance in "The Day I Looked Like This!" Also: Wonder Women of History reprint story on "Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch (1867-1951)," an advocate for the improvement of housing conditions who founded the settlement center called Greenwich House in New York City. And: Shy Cissy can't decide whether to take her friend Loretta's advice about Stan, the guy she likes, in the reprint story "Young Man for Me!" Plus: Romance in Fashion 1-pager "Evening at Home"! Also: 2-page As Jane Ford Sees It advice column! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.