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  1. "Death-Web" (Batman) written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Ernie Chua and inked by Frank McLaughlin.
  2. "Daily Planet" Volume 76 Issue 9 the week of June 28, 1976 edited by Bob Rozakis and lettered by Typeset.
  3. "Crimes by Calculation" (Atom) written by Bob Rozakis, penciled by Mike Grell and inked by Terry Austin.

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  • The first appearance of the Daily Planet one page in house advertisement piece.
  • The first appearance of the Black Spider.

Batman encounters the Black Spider, a costumed vigilante out to kill every drug pusher in Gotham, regardless of anyone who might get in the way. "Crimes by Calculation," the Atom fights the Calculator, a computer-powered criminal who steals a quake-breaking device from one of Ray Palmer's colleagues at the cost of the man's life.

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