The Final Secret of the Super-Sons / Hell's Acre Savior! / Zeta-Death / Return to New Venice! / The Graybeard Gang wiki last edited by Darkside_of_the_Sun on 02/26/15 05:49PM View full history

  1. "Final Secret of the Super-Sons" (Superman and Batman and computer generated Superman Jr and Batman Jr.) written by Denny O'Neil, penciled by Rich Buckler, inked by Dick Giordano, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Ben Oda. Reprinted in Superman/Batman: Saga of the Super Sons.
  2. "Hell's Acre Savior!" (Green Arrow and Black Canary) written by Bob Haney, penciled by Trevor Von Eeden, inked by Armando Gil, colored by Jerry Serpe and lettered by Ben Oda.
  3. "Zeta-Death" (Adam Strange) written by Jack C. Harris, penciled by James Sherman, inked by Steve Mitchell, colored by Anthony Tollin and lettered by Mike Stevens. Story continues from Showcase #103.
  4. "Return to New Venice!" (Aquaman) written by Bob Rozakis, penciled by Jose Delbo, inked by Frank Chiaramonte, colored by Adrienne Roy and lettered by Gaspar.
  5. "The Graybeard Gang" (Captain Marvel Jr.) written by E. Nelson Bridwell, penciled by Don Newton, inked by Dave Hunt, colored by Adrienne Roy and lettered by Gaspar.

Notes:

  • Doctor Sivana cameo appearance in the Superman-Batman story.
  • Rope Arrow, Bola Arrow, Tear Gas Arrows and Stun Arrows used.
  • First appearance of the Aquaman Museum which is located in New Venice.
  • Aquaman story is a flashback origin story told through flashbacks, and the paintings and statues in the Aquaman Museum.
  • Atlanna, Tom Curry and Ocean Master cameo flashback appearances in the Aquaman story.
  • This issue contains the Hostess Superhero Ad, the Flash in "A Flash in the Dam".

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