Starman does not have a circle around the star on his chest, although it appears in the story art.
Jack Burnley recalls someone other than Fox doing the first story, but the writing style does look like Fox's. Burnley does state that he re-wrote the last part of this story, introducing a villain that he called Dr. Doom, but whom the editors changed to Dr. Doog. If one looks, for example, at the lettering in the balloon on page 6, panel 3, you can see the lettering of "Dr. Doog" looks totally different, and was obviously re-lettered. Burnley has at different times recalled his letterer as his sister Betty Bentley and the backgrounds done by his brother Ray. The cover for this issue reappears as the last panel in the Starman story in Adventure #63. Information here related to Craig Delich by Burnley at his home in Charlottesville, Virgina in 1989.
Writer credit verified by Jerry Bails. The end panel of this story is a promo for the Spectre strip appearing in More Fun Comics.
Writer and letterer credits verified by Jerry Bails.
Letterer credit verified by Jerry Bails.
Letterer credit added by Craig Delich. Writer credit verified by Martin O'Hearn.
The last panel of the story is an illustrated ad for The Spectre by Jerry Siegel, starring in More Fun Comics. The villain, Mr. Whistle, is called Mr. Whistler in the last half of the story.
Letterer credit added by Craig Delich.
Sandman uses his new Wirepoon in this story. The Millennium edition lists the writer as Gardner F. Fox.