Charlton reduced the length of this story from 8.67 pages to 8 pages in the reprint by removing several panels apparently considered offensive by Comics Code Authority censors. Specifically, a panel in which one of the bad guys backhands Radar the International Policeman across the face, and a two panel sequence where Radar and another trapped character are trying to get out of their bonds. Radar, with his hands tied behind his back, picks up a gun and convinces the other guy to let him try to shoot the ropes off of his wrists without looking. This works, and the other guy shouts, "Nice Shot!" in the following panel as he starts to untie Radar. Since censorship apparently required the elimination of the whole shooting sequence, all the Charlton version then shows is the other guy (suddenly mysteriously free of his bonds) untying Radar while still saying, "Nice Shot!" even though no shot had ever been fired.
Writer credit from Shaun Clancy via a paycheck stub Silverman received as payment for the story from Approved Comics (Ziff-Davis), invoice number 632 and paid $63.00 for the story. Note, there is no indication that this story is a reprint by Charlton from Ziff-Davis, so it is unknown how this ended up at Charlton when Ziff-Davis paid for the work. Perhaps part of inventory of work held by Ziff-Davis that was sold to Charlton (14 May 2014).