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Another all-Quality Comics issue, celebrating the comic book publishing venture of the late, great Everett “Busy” Arnold. That Mighty Mite, The DOLLMAN leads off the issue, with another cracked classic illustrated by the great John Spranger; “The Boy Who Knew All The Answers# !! Then KID ETERNITY twists time and space to learn the truth about the legend of Sir Henry Morgan in “Yo, Ho and A Bottle of Miracles”. Next, it’s Cold-War era espionage & action with T-MAN in a taut & suspenseful tale titled “Red Intrigue in Paris”. Klaus Nordling’s screwball take on the sultry LADY LUCK comes next, as she foils a murderous villain known as Warped Brain, then MANHUNTER brings in Skinny Starr for the murder of Jim Jibb, and finally LADY LUCK has an encore, in another Nordling-rendered madcap as she stops a burglary in the radio studio of star disc jockey Gus Giggly. 52 pages, black & white with color covers. Standard comic book size & format. Original, authentic Golden Age stories reproduced and reprinted in full, in 2006.

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