Story is interrupted between pages 14 and 15, for two pages of “Gold Key Comics Club” material and a two-page ad for the CBS Television Network, comprising the four pages of the centerfold.
Though soft-pedaled, it is clear that Black Pete has quickly and efficiently subjugated the citizens of Atlantis through addiction! Page 17, panel 4: “Daily he passes out these magic pills and the citizens could not bear to be without them!” The “magic pills” turn out to be sweet candies, and not anything objectionably harmful – but even sweet candies can actually become an addiction unto themselves. There is also a “flying submarine” – named as such in this story, a name and concept most likely borrowed from the then-popular TV series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.
Readers are invited to submit drawings of monsters for possible publication. Six reader-contributed drawings of monsters are printed.
Jokes and riddles submitted by readers.
Readers provide the third and final panel illustration to a three-panel cartoon. Six reader submissions are included.
Readers are invited to submit gag captions for a series of provided single-panel cartoon illustrations. One finished examples is provided.
A true oddity on interior page 32. A little more than half of this space contains additional reader-submitted riddles and jokes from “The Joke’s on You” Gold Key Comics Club feature – but with no feature title or heading whatsoever. Just three reader-submitted riddles and jokes on the left side of the page space as a non-sequitur. A little less than half of this space, on the right side, contains the cut-out coupon for the “Cheerful Card Company” ad seen on the inside front cover – but completely separated from the main ad itself. Placing the coupon here ensures that the cover would remain intact, even if the coupon was clipped. The flip side of this unusually-placed coupon contained a “Gold Key Comics Club” submissions page that could be seen in other such comics.