On-sale date from Comic Reader #112.
Colors credit provided by Anthony Tollin.
Contents and indicia page.
Told in three parts.
Part 1 - The Haunted Sergeant (7 pages).
Part 2 - Manhunt for a Hero (5 pages).
Part 3 - The Coward Who Came In From the Cold War (8 pages).
This issue credits this story to Robert Kanigher. DC has fixed that credit with the publication of Viking Prince (DC, 2010 series) #[nn] to show that Bob Haney did write this story.
Told in two parts of 5.67 and 6.67 pages, the last page of each part are house ads for other DC Comics.
Bottom 1/3 of last page is a house ad for other DC Comics.
Letters or comments from Will D. Nash, Bob Rodi, Arlen Schumer, Scott Gibson, Jim Gilbert, John Sargent, Sean McInerney, Bruce Eiler, Kenneth Caples, Albert Tanner, Mark Smiley, Tom Barritt, Robert Klimczak, Jeff Thompson, Donny Hampton, Billy Flynn, Jim Poole, Rob Little, Jason Kinnard, Randy Swain, Steven L. Thompson, Thomas Heeran, Jim Planck, Andrew Roller, Hyman Bender, Bobby Hepp, Teddy Banning, Jeffrey Staines and Evan Davis.
The reprinted Superman portion is the last 4 panels (of 15) of "How Superman Would End the War."
Story in two parts of 9.67 and 14.17 pages, and includes the cover (which begins the story). The original pages 9 and 15 (here, pages 10 and 16) are expanded from 1/2-pages to 2/3-pages.
Last panel incorrectly states there will be another Secret Six story reprinted in issue #119. The next reprint was in #120
Bottom 1/3 of last page has answers to puzzle Double Clues #4.