- Bob Haney
- John Calnan
- Murphy Anderson
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- Metamorpho; Sapphire Stagg; Simon Stagg; Java; Ulysses Bronson (villain)
- Simon Stagg's old college roommate, Ulysses Bronson invites Simon Stagg and company to see his creation, Morality Mountain, which includes statues of three of the seven deadly sins. It will cost $1 million to finish the others and Stagg hands over a check. The group are later invited to the opening of Morality Mountain. Only Ulysses is there and he insists on showing Simon alone the exhibits. The statue of Pride has Simon's face and Ulysses plans to kill Simon. Meanwhile, Metamorpho strains to keep Sapphire and Java from a chemical soup that has filled the waiting room.
Story continued from Metamorpho #17 (March-April 1968) and continues in Action Comics #414 (July 1972).
- Murray Boltinoff [as Ed.]
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The page includes letters from Matt Wilson, Excelsior Springs, Mo; Michael N. Tierstein, Brooklyn, N.Y.; David Reynolds, Conway, Ark.; John Mazurek, San Francisco, Calif.; Dale Berryhill, Memphis, Tenn.; and Joe Peluso, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The column reveals that Nick Cardy penciled and inked the cover to Action #409. It also reports that Nick Cardy drew the cover for the next Flash Super-Spectacular (The Flash #214, April 1972) with Quicksilver, a Golden Age hero first drawn by Nick Cardy.