The The Incredible Shrinking Town! / The Quest for the Guardian / The Hunters! / A Matter of Gravity / The Most Precious Plunder / The Super-Hero Money Can't Buy! / Sealed Room wiki last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 08/11/14 11:44AM View full history

  1. Front cover by Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano.
  2. Back cover by Rich Buckler and Vince Colletta.
  3. Spash page penciled and inked by Kurt Schaffenberger.
  4. "The Incredible Shrinking Town!" (Superboy) written by Tom DeFalco, penciled and inked by Joe Staton, colored by Gene D'Angelo and lettered by Clem Robins. Superboy must find out what is causing everyone all around the world, aside from himself, to shrink.
  5. "The Quest for the Guardian" (Jimmy Olsen) written by Tom DeFalco, penciled by Kurt Schaffenberger, inked by Tex Blaisdell, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Jean Simek. As Jimmy Olsen is bringing home a date, Jimmy finds the Newsboy Legion at his apartment in order to enlist his help in their search for Jim Harper (aka, The Guardian).
  6. "The Hunters!" (Krypto) written by Bob Toomey, penciled and inked by Juan Ortiz, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Jean Simek. Detective Ed Lacy and Krypto the Superdog run into rush hour traffic as they pursue Lacy's nephew, who is fleeing from a murder charge. Krypto must use his powers to keep up the chase.
  7. "A Matter of Gravity" (Supergirl) written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Arvell Jones, inked by Romeo Tanghal, colored by Gene D'Angelo and lettered by Shelly Leferman. Linda Danvers (aka Supergirl) hears troubling news about Professor Rudi Clement, an old colleague from her days at school, as Clement's home was destroyed, and according to the news, Clement with it. Meanwhile in London, the Doom Patrol encounter a man in armor and armed with a deadly gun he calls the Gravitronic Ray. How are Rudi Clement and the man the Doom Patrol are facing in London related? That's what Supergirl and the Doom Patrol aim to find out.
  8. "The Most Precious Plunder" (Lois Lane) written by Tom DeFalco, penciled by Win Mortimer, inked by John Celardo, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Milt Snapinn. A baby has been kidnapped! It is up to investigative reporter Lois Lane to find out who has taken this baby, as well as several other babies.
  9. "The Super-Hero Money Can't Buy!" (Superman) written by Gerry Conway, penciled by Kurt Schaffenberger, inked by Tex Blaisdell, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Shelly Leferman. Clark Kent has been invited over to his rich Uncle Kendall's mansion so that Kendall can determine whether to leave all his money to Clark or to Clark's cousin, Jillian Kent. Meanwhile, Kendall seems to be having several suspicious, near-death accidents. Superman must protect his uncle while he tries to find a way to convince Kendall that Jillian should inherit the money.
  10. "Sealed Room" (Nightwing and Flamebird) written by Paul Kupperberg, penciled by Ken Landgraf, inked by Romeo Tanghal, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Shelly Leferman. In the bottled city of Kandor, a scientist has somehow been murdered while on a popular TV show. It is up to Nightwing and Flamebird to determine how the scientist, inventor of the new thought-transfer helmet, was murdered.

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  • This issue has a front and back cover artwork.
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