Front interior dust jacket with brief synopsis of this collection, includes illustrations from More Fun Comics #82 and Adventure Comics #107.
Title page includes illustrations from More Fun Comics #82, World's Finest Comics #7, More Fun Comics #92 Cover, and More Fun Comics #77.
Title pages with creator credits, includes illustrations from Adventure Comics #116, #116, #110, More Fun Comics #82, and #82.
Indicia and publisher information, includes illustrations from Adventure Comics #111, World's Finest Comics #7, Adventure Comics #116, and World's Finest Comics #7.
Foreword by Roy Thomas, includes illustrations from More Fun Comics #99 and Adventure Comics #117.
Oddities: Green Arrow's car called the Arrowplane, and he is pictured as having brown hair.
Green Arrow's Arrowplane (car) actually drives up the tracks of a roller coaster.
Speedy wears red hat. Both have blond hair. Oliver Queen lives in an apartment.
Green Arrow lives in "a great metropolis on the Eastern Seaboard."
Green Arrow is blond and Speedy has red hair in this story.
Speedy has yellow hat and red hair. Green Arrow clamps an Arrow lamp on to the pack of a crook so he can follow him. Also uses magnesium flare arrows. First trick arrow?
Origin of Green Arrow and Speedy.
Cover vignettes: Superman (Ed Dobrotka); Star Spangled Kid and Stripesy (Hal Sherman); Green Arrow (Cliff Young); Batman and Robin (Dick Sprang and Norman Fallon); Boy Commandos (Joe Simon).
Art credits per GCD index for original issue.
Artist has "Cliff Co" on outboard motor.
Arrowplane now called Arrowcar.
Arrowcar is green.
The first trick arrows are used in this story: a boomerang arrow and a dynamite arrow.
A modern re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings.
Biographies of the writers and artists who contributed to the stories in this collection.
Inside rear dust jacket listing of other Golden Age Omnibuses. Includes Batman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 1, Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 1, and Wonder Woman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 1
Back cover with text on contents of collection, includes illustrations from More Fun Comics #74 and Adventure Comics #117.