Last appearance, although a different character called "Tigerman" appears in the next issue. The splash panel blurb claims this new "Tigerman" also has a tiger called Balu, but no tiger appears in the story.
The GCD had Maurice Gutwirth (pencils) and Jack Alderman? (inks) for this. Dr. Michael Vassallo tentatively credits Jack Binder (pencils) speculated that E.C. Stoner might have contributed inks on account of having inked Binder elsewhere, but Ron Goulart says that he sees no E.C. Stoner in the art at all. He does agree that Binder was involved. All of this discussion is from the Timely-Atlas list.
Notes from Dr. Michael J. Vassallo, Hames Ware and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. on the Timely-Atlas list indicate that an inker other than Antonette may have worked on this story.
Last golden age appearance. There is a teaser panel for a Marvex story in the next issue but the story did not appear. Next appearance in All Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special (Marvel, 2009 series) #1.
Last appearance. A teaser at the bottom of the last panel promises another episode "next month" but it never appeared.
Last appearance. A teaser promises another installment in the next issue but there was no such story.
In his introduction to the Masterworks, Will Murray observes that close examination of the splash panel reveals that a different logo was originally in place, that used more letters. Murray goes on to assert that the Falcon is a reworked version of the Purple Mask. While he does not comment on the costuming, it is worth noting that the Falcon's outfit in this story is different than on the cover and in his other two appearances, and indeed appears to be a re-colored version of the Purple Mask's outfit, with a chest logo added along with wings over his ears. The Falcon's general setup and civilian employment are identical to that of the Purple Mask.