The GCD index of the original printing of this story gave Roussos as the inker, the indexer of this printing thought it was Meskin inking himself. It is unknown at this time which is correct. House of Mystery: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1 credits the inks to Meskin.
Both Meskin and Roussos have quite distinctive inking styles during this period. Faces in close up generally reveal the inker's identity. This most definitely looks like Meskin.
Cutout picture to hang on wall.
Joe Orlando script credit from House of Mystery: The Bronze Age Omnibus (DC, 2019 series) #1.
illustrated text story. Is this a reprint? Charles King was a pseudonym for Ted Udall in the 1940's.
Multiple single panel gags.
A guy on stilts has one stilt on fire.
An airplane crashes into a radar station.
A boxer knocks another fighter's head off.
A fencer shows up wearing a musketeer outfit.
A coffin maker discovers an awakening vampire.
A doomsday sign carrier passes out in the middle of the street.
A blind beggar is distracted by a passing girl and heads for an open manhole.
A target is painted on the back of a man for a firing squad.
Letters from: Marion Telesco, Tom Arneson, Robert Betts, Yvonne Ortiz, Jeff Eston, Douglas C. Wasdorf, Mike James.