Inside front cover; published in cooperation with the National Social Welfare Assembly.
Later appears in DC comics cover-dated January 1966.
membership application form for the Supermen of America; also includes message in secret code (Code Mercury No. 1)
decoded message reads: "Don't make too many resolutions for the New Year. Make a few -- they will be easier to keep."
house ad for The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #105 [first issue], on sale December 23, 1958
Title, first line and reprint data from Arthur Lortie, added August 2006. Reprint data corrected to show that this is not the first appearance of this feature. (Gene Reed, 8/14/2011)
Statement of October 1, 1958
No circulation information given.
Publisher: National Comics Inc.
575 Lexington Ave, New York 22, N.Y.
Editor F. W. Ellsworth
Owners: National Comics Publications, Inc., H. Donenfeld, J.S. Liebowitz, P.H. Sampliner, G. Donenfeld, S.U. Sampliner, F. Iger, I. Donenfeld; S. Iger, A. Donenfeld, J.S. Liebowitz and A.S. Herzog as trustees for I. Donenfeld and S. Donenfeld, I. Rappaport and J.I. Golinko as trustees for L. Liebowitz and J.H. Liebowitz, H. Donenfeld Foundation, Inc., Estate of R. Liebowitz, all at 575 Lexington Avenue, New York 22, N.Y.
Letters submitted by Ginny Uhle; Sherman Updegraff; Theodore Ray; Philip Taylor; Oscar Schwartz; Pat Christensen; PFC Thomas J. Huber.
Illustration from the splash of "The Super-Key to Fort Superman" from Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #241.