(February-March 1971)

DC, 1969 Series
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Price
0.25 USD
Pages
68
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
On-sale date
1970-12-15
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Approved by the Comics Code Authority
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
National Periodical Publications, Inc.
Brand
DC [character]
Editing
Julius Schwartz
Color
Color
Dimensions
Standard Silver Age U.S.
Paper Stock
Newsprint
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format
Was Ongoing Series

Issue Notes

On-sale date from copyright registration.


The Man Who Moved the World (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Gil Kane
Inks
Gil Kane
Colors
?
Letters
Gaspar Saladino

Job Number
S648
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Some sources credit this cover to Neal Adams, but in an email exchange, Adams confirmed that this is not his cover. Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics, confirm this is a reprint of Gil Kane's original cover.

The Man Who Moved the World! (Table of Contents: 1)

comic story / 5.67 pages (report information)

Script
John Broome
Pencils
Sid Greene
Inks
Joe Giella
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-657
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

Scienti-Fact / cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-665
First Line of Dialogue or Text
Because of the bulge at Jupiter's equator...
Genre
non-fiction; math & science
Synopsis
Information about a rocket's escape velocity from Jupiter.
Reprints

Riddle of Asteroid 8794! (Table of Contents: 3)

comic story / 7.67 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Frank Giacoia
Inks
Frank Giacoia
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-658
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 4)

Scienti-Fact / cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-666
First Line of Dialogue or Text
When hundreds of thousands of associated stars move...
Genre
non-fiction; math & science
Synopsis
Information about star clusters in general and the Pleiades in particular.
Reprints

The Two-Way Time Traveller! (Table of Contents: 5)

comic story / 7.67 pages (report information)

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Carmine Infantino
Inks
Joe Giella
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-659
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

Scienti-Fact / cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-667
First Line of Dialogue or Text
A flash of lightning may be several miles in length...
Genre
non-fiction; math & science
Synopsis
Information about lightning. Shows lightning striking the Empire State Building.
Reprints

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7) (Expand) /

Direct Currents / promo (ad from the publisher) / 0.5 page (report information)

The Man Who Aged Backwards! (Table of Contents: 8)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Manny Stallman
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-660
Genre
science fiction
Synopsis
A space traveller finds himself aging backwards.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

The Last Horse on Earth! (Table of Contents: 9)

comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
John Broome
Pencils
Gil Kane
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-661
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

The Sky-High Man! (Table of Contents: 10)

comic story / 8.67 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Inks
Joe Giella
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-662
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 11)

Scienti-Fact / cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-668
First Line of Dialogue or Text
If an atom could be enlarged to the size of a football stadium...
Genre
non-fiction; math & science
Synopsis
Information on the scale of the parts of an atom.
Reprints

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

Messages from Beyond / letters page / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
Typeset

Job Number
S-664

Doom-Trap for Earth! (Table of Contents: 13)

comic story / 9.67 pages (report information)

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Sid Greene
Inks
Sid Greene
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-663
Genre
science fiction
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 14)

Scienti-Fact / cartoon / 0.33 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-669
First Line of Dialogue or Text
It is mistakenly thought that the planet Pluto...
Genre
non-fiction; math & science
Synopsis
Information on how the planet Pluto was discovered and named.
Reprints
Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. The Man Who Moved the World
  2. 1. The Man Who Moved the World!
  3. 2. ["Because of the bulge at Jupiter's equator..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  4. 3. Riddle of Asteroid 8794!
  5. 4. ["When hundreds of thousands of associated stars move..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  6. 5. The Two-Way Time Traveller!
  7. 6. ["A flash of lightning may be several miles in length..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  8. 7. [no title indexed]
    Direct Currents
  9. 8. The Man Who Aged Backwards!
  10. 9. The Last Horse on Earth!
  11. 10. The Sky-High Man!
  12. 11. ["If an atom could be enlarged to the size of a football stadium..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  13. 12. [no title indexed]
    Messages from Beyond
  14. 13. Doom-Trap for Earth!
  15. 14. ["It is mistakenly thought that the planet Pluto..."]
    Scienti-Fact
This issue was most recently modified by:
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