Art credits revised from Len Frank to Moldoff by Craig Delich on August 3, 2013, and confirmed by Moldoff per an interview with P.C. Hammerlinck, in Alter Ego (Twomorrows Publishing, 1999 series) #119 (August 2013).
About roughly 1/3 of the page contains the editorial credits and indicia for this issue.
Captain Midnight encourages continued collection and saving of paper for continued peace.
Submitters are Gerald Sanford (of 5005 West Greenfield Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Harry Mindree (of 904 Cynthia Street, Poplar Bluff, Missouri), Teddy Turk (of 7807 Delmar Boulevard, University City, Missouri), Arnold Anstee (of 36 West Avenue, Geneva, New York), and Eugene Hobart (of 3626 Humbolt, Denver, Colorado).
The story has a Captain Midnight logo but features primarily Icky's Sergeant Twilight persona.
Feature showing the insignia for the 20th Observation Squadron and 21st Fighter Squadron.
The begins in 1938 before forwarding to the end of the war.
In an example of the changes in attitude circa 1945-1946 as opposed if this story was written in 1941-1942, is the panel in which Joyce ponders her doubts about Albright's lab assistant, Mitsuo, "There's something I don't like about that little Japanese! I'll keep an eye on this room tonight! If I remember right he isn't an American born Nisei. They can be trusted!"