The Junior Justice Society of America message in this issue is in the Flash's code and there is a coupon provided for readers to join.
All synopses, notes, and credit verifications added by Craig Delich.
Inker credit of Bernard Sachs confirmed by Craig Delich and by Irwin Hasen.
Pencil credit is now resolved. Back when Jerry Bails did his original "Authoritative Index to All-Star Comics", he listed Hasen as the penciler. Jerry owned the original cover at that time.
Years later, in 1976, when I did the "All-Star Comics Revue", I told Jerry that it looked like Peddy did the pencils, citing various reasons, and he agreed that it could have been him, so the credit was changed to Peddy. Hasen later denied doing the cover to me, so that change stayed in place.
Before Jerry's death, he sold me the original cover to AS #49......which I later sold to a friend back East and, that person, knowing Hasen personally, showed it to Hasen at a show. This time, Hasen stated that he “MOST DEFINITELY” penciled the Wonder woman figure but that it clearly appeared to him that Arthur Peddy penciled the Green Lantern and Flash figures because he knew that this did not appear to be his line-work underneath Bernard Sach’s inks. Hasen also said that he vaguely recalled being instructed by Julie Schwartz to illustrate Wonder Woman on this specific cover since he was already proficient and known for doing the character on the main “Wonder Woman” title with Sachs inking his pencils.
Amended by Craig Delich 2017-8-22.
This PSA was NOT reprinted in the Archive.
This text story was NOT reprinted in the Archive.
This filler was NOT reprinted in the Archive.
Inker is unknown per Craig Delich (2004-4-30).
This story was NOT reprinted in the Archive.
This filler was NOT reprinted in the Archives.
Art credits by Craig Delich (January 2006).