The Daily Planet was a weekly in house advertisement piece that appeared in DC Comics issues from 1976 (August 1976) to 1981 (March 1982). The advertisements were used as front page headlines on the Daily Planet newspaper. Several stories were featured as headlines with artwork taking the place of photos and a synopsis of the story with creator information. The Daily Planet initially appeared in all DC Comics issues up till August 1980. After that it only appeared in the DC Dollar Comics such as: (The Superman Family, World's Finest Comics, Detective Comics). Bob Rozakis was credited as the editor during the entire run. While, Anthony Tollin, Lynne Gelfer and Jodi Saviuk were credited as production during the run.
It contained the issues that were being released that week with a very brief summary and creator data.
Ask the Answer Man
It was fan-based DC Comics related questions for Bob Rozakis the Answer Man.
What is It Worth?
It was fan-based DC Comics related questions for Bob Rozakis the Answer Man concerning the value of a particular comic book.
Was a short biography of DC Comics creators and behind the scenes personnel at DC Comics. This feature also appeared as a part of the DC Feature Page.
A trivia question was featured one week and the answer was featured in the following week's edition with a new trivia question.
A crossword puzzle or word search game with DC Comics related answers within the clues.
A humor comic strip featuring various DC Comics characters by Fred Hembeck.