Indicia title is Blue Circle Comics not Blazing Comics (cover only). At the end of two stories it refers the reader to the next issue of Blazing Comics. Artwork by FUNNIES INC. Month of issue looks overstamped/printed with September in indicia.
Chu Hing is credited on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and he is also the creator. Art credits verified by Leonard Starr in Alter Ego #110 (June 2012).
Artist suggested by Gary Watson, June 2008.
Chu Hing is the creator of this feature and the only one credited by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. Also Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. has him as artist in issue #1, and the art is similar. Compare the special eyebrows, bushy at the outer top.
Allison is credited by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. in issue #1 on this feature, and the art is similar. He has a funny way of drawing running people, with legs really stepping out and which is found in some of his credited Chameleon stories in Target Comics too.
Art ID suggested by Gary Watson, June 2008.
The artwork is similar to the previous issues, in which Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. has a wild guess at Gil Kane and/or Leonard Starr. That is Kane when he was Eli Katz.
Writer and art credits verified by Leonard Starr in Alter Ego #110 (June 2012). Formerly Dick Briefer ?
Signature noted by Gary Watson, June 2008.
Image from this story used as cover to #6.
Battefield is credited on pencils on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the quite simple lines and square figures suggests so.
Art ID by Gary Watson, June 2008.