A hitman named Wormwood is hired to acquire Batman’s cowl – but who is really setting the trap? The lead story is a done-in-one treat from Elliot S. Maggin and Walter Simonson, while the backup tale features some nice art from Al Milgrom and Terry Austin.
Linda “Supergirl” Danvers moves to San Francisco to start a new job – unfortunately, with Lex Luthor’s niece in tow. Writer/artist Mike Sekowsky brings some Marvel-style continuity to the maid of might.
After learning the alien threat still lives, Phoenix races to New York to stop the annihilation of the city. Heavy with Biblical allusions, this series, by artist Sal Amendola and new writer Gabriel Levy, still has potential.
As the Legion prepares for a celebration, Brainiac 5 seeks to cure an ally trapped by visions of alternate futures. LoSH regulars Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen anchor an impressive team of talent for the special anniversary issue.
Brainiac 5’s effort to save a little girl unleashes the terror of Computo on Earth once again! An early – and spectacular – outing from the classic Legion creative team of Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen.
In a future dystopia, a scientist grows a plant man to battle government tyranny – but things don’t end well! A weird kit bash of concepts from Michael Fleisher, ably illustrated by Al Milgrom and Jack Abel.
Lois Lane finds herself with a rival for Superman’s affection: a sentient, alien tree with erotic dreams of world domination. Yes, you read that right. Cary Bates, Werner Roth and Vince Colletta’s kitschy concoction makes for a fun lead story.
On the anniversary of his parents’ murder, Batman visits Crime Alley – and the kind woman who comforted the orphaned Bruce Wayne. A strong if simple story from legendary Batwriter Denny O’Neil, with gorgeous art from Dick Giordano.