Found on the inside front cover. House ad for #134 Romeo and Juliet
HRN 152 edition replaces this sequence with publisher's promotional advertisement for three of Gilberton Company's comic titles (with covers): The Illustrated Story of the Marines, The Illustrated Story of Horses, and the Illustrated Story of Space, plus a coupon for ordering the new issue of "The World Around Us" is included.
Found on the inside front cover.
Five different clues are given to the reader to decipher in order to determine the identity of a famous literary character (Alleyne Edricson).
The indicia is also found on this page, and lists Meyer A. Kaplan as Managing Editor, and is dated July 1956.
Spot illustrated biography of Herbert George Wells, born September 21, 1866, died August 13, 1946.
Story of of Great Britain's Elizabeth I (daughter of Henry VIII), from age 3 through adulthood, spotlighting the death of her mother and suitor, imprisonment, explorations and settlements, prosperity and advancements in the arts, as well as trade and exploration.
Part 8 is titled "The Puritan Revolution", appearing in the next issue.
Biography, with spot illustration, of the English scientist, Charles Darwin, born in 1809 and who died April 19, 1882. Much of the article discusses his theory of evolution.
Found on the inside back cover. 40 comic strip character tattoos with subscription to Classics Illustrated.
HRN 152 edition replaces this sequence with a different advertisement from Gilberton Company, Inc. for an attractive, permanent binder to house and preserve copies of Classics Illustrated. Cost $1 each and each holds 12 issues. Coupon provided for ordering.
Found on the back cover; lists Classics Illustrated issues up to #132 and shows cover to #130.
HRN #152 edition gives listing of the currently available issues of Classics Illustrated, displaying the cover to #149, plus a coupon readers could use to order any of the available issues of the 152 published to date.