Wulf joins forces with the Free Swordsmen’s Guild to save the city of Rama-Kesh from a magically induced drought. Another surprisingly strong outing from the Atlas (Seaboard) team of Larry Hama and Klaus Janson.
The spider priestess Rak-Nora escapes from “astral disintegration” and seeks her revenge on the Tarantula. Another enjoyable issue of Weird Suspense, featuring a so-so script by Micheal Fleisher and interesting art by Pat Boyette.
Tiger-Man’s investigation of a string of suspicious suicides brings him to blows with an insane psychiatrist named Dr. Hypnos. This lackluster affair from Gerry Conway, Steve Ditko and Al Milgrom brings this Atlas (Seaboard) series to a close.
When a cattle baron’s men gun down Tom Corbett’s parents, he takes up twin Colts to become Kid Cody. The lead feature from writer Larry Lieber is pretty uninspired, but Doug Wildey provides some pretty art.
Jay Hunter’s criminal activities get his scientist father killed – but not before the old man helps him become a superhero. Archie Goodwin writes this debut issue, but it’s the art of Steve Ditko and Wally Wood that makes it a treat.