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File name corrected.
This is the same scan as before. If you already have it there is no need to download it again.
-Yoc

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Issue: #62
Published: March 1958, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Leon Harvey
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US (#1-58); Standard Silver Age US (#59-62) Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Black Cat Mystic

Comic Story (5 pages) Blue Fire
Featuring: fantasy
Synopsis: Bart Wallace is sightseeing in Camerillo, Mexico. He mocks Pedro who talks about strange happenings. Suddenly Pedro is pulled into the air by a blue light, Wallace grabs hold and both are dropped when a USAF plane spooks their captor. Wallace thinks it strange that a plane could scare an interplanetary craft. Wallace searches for weeks for the strange light and when he eventually does see it shoots it with a rifle. The light moves over Camerillo which catches fire. It's not a craft but a space animal and flies away. Wallace remains searching for evidence, the only man left in Camerillo.
Credits: Pencils: Ernest Schroeder | Inks: Ernest Schroeder
Characters: Bart Wallace [called Bert Wallace On First Page] Pedro (Mexican Local)

Comic Story (2 pages) The Has-Been
Synopsis: A star ship coming in to land clips a communication tower. The captain says everyone is OK and he still has to land the ship. Men who fly star ships have to have excellent reflexes. The captain says that the landing should be all right but then overshoots the landing field. The second in command offers to take over but the captain says he's not too old to fly the ship and he's not ready to retire yet. Another approach takes them too close to a tower so the captain reluctantly hands control over. He leaves the ship knowing that was his last flight. He is now too old - at the age of 19.
Credits: Script: Jack Oleck | Pencils: Doug Wildey | Inks: Doug Wildey
Genre: Fantasy
Characters: William Barnes (space Captain) Second In Command

Comic Story (5 pages) Rope Trick
Featuring: fantasy
Synopsis: Eric Burnside is not a successful detective. His chief sends him to India to chase after Panama Pete, a dangerous criminal. Eric asks a fakir if he knows where Pete is, the fakir points up a vertical rope. Suddenly Pete shoots at Eric, Eric pursues Pete through the market but loses him. Back with the fakir Eric climbs up the rope into clouds. The rope falls down as the fakir stops playing. Eric chases Pete through a strange land and, when he catches him, Pete has grown old. Pete is taken back to the USA where fingerprints prove who he is. After 10 years in prison he is now very old.
Credits: Pencils: Ernest Schroeder | Inks: Ernest Schroeder
Characters: Eric Burnside (Police Detective) Chief Of Police Panama Pete (Criminal) Indian Fakir

Comic Story (5 pages) The Man Who Never Smiled
Featuring: fantasy
Synopsis: Mr Bradby gives Phil a final warning for misdelivering flowers. Phil is sent to deliver flowers to a theatre. He goes up an alley and then hears voices. Gladys Lloyd and her father are being threatened by two armed hoodlums. Mr Lloyd grapples with a hoodlum and a bullet nearly hits Phil. Phil turns to run when Gladys begs him not to go. He punches a hoodlum who disappears and then only Gladys is left. A policeman tells Phil that the Lloyds were killed 20 years ago. It's too late for a flower delivery and Phil is fired. He returns to the house where he hears Gladys's voice and smiles.
Credits: Pencils: Doug Wildey | Inks: Doug Wildey
Characters: Phil Fenton Cedric Bradby Gladys Lloyd Mr Lloyd (Gladys's Father) Two Hoodlums Policeman

Comic Story (5 pages) The Last Man On Earth
Featuring: fantasy
Synopsis: Inside a truck Claire tells Ken that she doesn't love him. Edmond pretends to be asleep in the back. Later Edmond explains the equipment on the truck is to induce vegetation to yield food for eating. After operating the equipment they find themselves in a lush jungle - the experiment has worked. They see a giant bison, a pterodactyl and a monster snake - they have gone back in time. They rest in a cave where Claire tells Ken that she loves him. Ken then saves Claire from a dinosaur. When they wake up Edmond realises they had shrunk and did not go back in time but Claire doesn't mind.
Credits: Pencils: Doug Wildey | Inks: Doug Wildey
Characters: Ken Scott Claire Nichols Edmond Nichols [also Spelled Edmund In The Story] (Claire's Father)

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