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