(June-July 1971)

DC, 1969 Series
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Price
0.25 USD
Pages
68
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
On-sale date
1971-04-27
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.


Invaders from the Space-Satellites! (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Murphy Anderson
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-780
Genre
science fiction

Indexer Notes

Credits for pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics. Pencils previously credited to Carmine Infantino.

This cover is based on the cover of Mystery in Space (DC, 1951 series) #43 (April-May 1958).

Invaders from the Space-Satellites! (Table of Contents: 1)

comic story / 8 pages (report information)

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

Job Number
S-792
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Commander John Yardley
Synopsis
In a future where Earth is ravaged by the after-effects of an atomic war, scientists decide to change the past so the atom bomb was never created.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

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

It's a Woman's World! (Table of Contents: 2)

comic story / 7.67 pages (report information)

Script
John Broome
Pencils
Bob Oksner
Inks
Bernard Sachs
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-793
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Greg Dexter; Martha Thawn; Nora; Captain Stella Wyle
Synopsis
Greg Dexter lives in a time when women were in charge and men were fit only for housework. He battles to become the first Rocket Cadet and heroically saves a mission to stop the wandering planet Thebor.
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: 3)

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

Script
Julius Schwartz
Pencils
Morris Waldinger ?
Inks
Tommy Nicolosi ?
Colors
?
Letters
Milt Snapinn ?

Job Number
S-799
First Line of Dialogue or Text
The most sensitive sense of smell of any creature on Earth...
Genre
non-fiction
Synopsis
Facts on the sense of smell of a male silkworm moth and the amount of matter in a comet's tail.
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The Billion-Year Evolution! (Table of Contents: 4)

comic story / 7.67 pages (report information)

Script
Gardner Fox
Pencils
Murphy Anderson
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-794
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Doctor Fred Gibson; his fiance Elsa; archeologist Phil Travis; ancient Jovian scientist Halfar Kal
Synopsis
In 2178, Doctor Fred Gibson is on Jupiter searching for his fiance Elsa. His romantic rival, archaeologist Phil Travis, finds her first but lacks the medical knowledge to treat her properly. Gibson, however, finds ancient Jovian technology that reveals its history: scientist Halfar Kal invented a "Droga Ray" that evolved the Jovians into pure energy, allowing them to travel throughout the galaxy. Gibson uses the ray on himself and as an invisible energy being helps Travis save Elsa. Travis returns to Earth, but the grateful Elsa opts to stay with Gibson, who used the ray to return to normal.
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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: 5)

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

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-800
First Line of Dialogue or Text
Every 9 hours, 55 minutes Jupiter rotates completely about its axis
Genre
non-fiction
Synopsis
Facts about the rotation speed of Jupiter.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

Messages from Beyond / letters page / 1 page (report information)

Script
Julius Schwartz [as JS]
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Job Number
S-788

Indexer Notes

Includes letters from Will Morra, Jim Vecchio and Gerard Triano.

The Warning from One Million B.C.! (Table of Contents: 7)

comic story / 7.67 pages (report information)

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Sid Greene
Inks
Sid Greene
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S795
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Clyde Harrison; Professor Beatty
Synopsis
Clyde Harrison and Professor Beatty uncover seven robots while digging in the desert. The robots come to life and start to build some mechanism, but is it for good or evil?
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: 8)

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

Script
Julius Schwartz
Pencils
Morris Waldinger
Inks
Tommy Nicolosi
Colors
?
Letters
Milt Snapinn

Job Number
S-801
First Line of Dialogue or Text
If the molecules in a thimbleful of water were placed end to end...
Genre
non-fiction
Synopsis
Facts about molecules of water and the amount of energy in a breath of air.
Reprints

"Terra" of the Spaceways! (Table of Contents: 9)

comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
John Broome
Pencils
Gil Kane
Inks
Murphy Anderson
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-796
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Jorg Randall; Morna Dru; Pete (Uranian Mon-Cat); Grusom; Smiley
Synopsis
Jorg Randall is a repairman of the Terra, a common space vehicle. When the daughter of the maker of the vehicles crashes on a planet, Jorg is there to rescue her.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

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

The Man Who Ate Sunshine! (Table of Contents: 10)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Joe Samachson
Pencils
Jerry Grandenetti
Inks
Joe Giella
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S797
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Charlie Linton
Synopsis
Charlie Linton doesn't eat but gains weight because his body is absorbing sunshine. He uses his new ability to power the first small manned rocket into space.
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Indexer Notes

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

The 60 Million-Mile Long Weapon! (Table of Contents: 11)

comic story / 8.67 pages (report information)

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

Job Number
S-798
Genre
science fiction
Characters
Eric Taine
Synopsis
Aliens begin to plow the planet Earth to grow their strange crops, but scientist Eric Taine has an idea on how to stop them from destroying the planet.
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: 12)

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

Script
?
Pencils
?
Inks
?
Colors
?
Letters
?

Job Number
S-802
First Line of Dialogue or Text
Of the 300,000 types of Earth-plants, only 3000 have been put to use as food...
Genre
non-fiction
Synopsis
Information about odd tropical food plants.
Reprints
Editing
Related Scans
Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. Invaders from the Space-Satellites!
  2. 1. Invaders from the Space-Satellites!
  3. 2. It's a Woman's World!
  4. 3. ["The most sensitive sense of smell of any creature on Earth..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  5. 4. The Billion-Year Evolution!
  6. 5. ["Every 9 hours, 55 minutes Jupiter rotates completely about its axis"]
    Scienti-Fact
  7. 6. [no title indexed]
    Messages from Beyond
  8. 7. The Warning from One Million B.C.!
  9. 8. ["If the molecules in a thimbleful of water were placed end to end..."]
    Scienti-Fact
  10. 9. "Terra" of the Spaceways!
  11. 10. The Man Who Ate Sunshine!
  12. 11. The 60 Million-Mile Long Weapon!
  13. 12. ["Of the 300,000 types of Earth-plants, only 3000 have been put to use as food..."]
    Scienti-Fact
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