Previously credited to Mac Raboy. Letter from Busy Arnold to Jerry Bails published in Alter Ego #67 states that Mac Raboy never worked for Quality at any time.
Otto Binder is credited as writer by Jerry Bails, but Martin O'Hearn disagrees.
Originally, while being published by Quality, Kid Eternity had no name and his grandfather pictured also was un-named. It was DC Comics that gave him the name Christopher "Kit" Freeman. So alter ego removed from this listing.
Last in series.
A copy of HIT COMICS is doused with incendiaries!
Belfi signed in the last panel.
When Bill says the magic phrase, "Jeepers Creepers!", he is mysteriously endowed with super-strength, invulnerability (except for his head) and speed. As a bonus, his personality is enhanced to give him more confidence. However, when he is struck on the head his powers subside, and he forgets everything he did when he was powered.