Strange Adventures #1

DC Comics

United States

Published
August-September 1950
Page count
52
Cover price
10 cents
Colour
Black & white
Format
Comic series
GCD
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Credits

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Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover No title recorded Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Show/hide 1. The Menace of the Green Nebula (The Adventures of Chris KL-99) Comic story, 10 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Adventures of Chris KL-99
Genre
Science fiction
Show/hide 2. Job Counselor (Superboy) Public service announcement, 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Superboy
Genre
Super-hero
Show/hide 3. The Girl Who Couldn't Die Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Genre
Fantasy
Show/hide 4. Mr. Future Comic story, 5 pages

Featuring

Genre
Fact
Characters
H.G. Wells

Reprint history

First print
United States
Real Fact Comics (DC, 1946 series) #3 (July-August 1946)
Show/hide 5. The Second Deluge Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Show/hide 6. Pioneers in Science (Pioneers in Science) Comic story, 0.66 pages

"Amazing Experiment. In 1654, to demonstrate the suction power of a vacuum, a German scientist, Otto von Ghericke, fitted two giant copper hemispheres together to form a huge hollow ball."

Featuring

Feature
Pioneers in Science
Genre
Fact

Synopsis

Historical science information on Otto von Ghericke and Isaac Newton.

Notes

Begins: "Amazing Experiment. In 1654, to demonstrate the suction power of a vacuum, a German scientist, Otto von Ghericke, fitted two giant copper hemispheres together to form a huge hollow ball."

Show/hide 7. The Man Who Lived 2000 Years Text story, 2 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Show/hide 8. Destination Moon Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Show/hide 9. Through the Telescope (Through the Telescope) Comic story, 0.66 pages

"Return of a Comet. In 1682, a comet flashed through the sky, startled the world, then vanished."

Featuring

Feature
Through the Telescope
Genre
Fact

Synopsis

Information on Haley's Comet and and the total eclipse of the sun on 29 May 1919.

Notes

Begins: "Return of a Comet. In 1682, a comet flashed through the sky, startled the world, then vanished."


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 40853

Cover added

  • 21/06/2009

Index completed

  • 21/06/2009

Last updated

  • 21/06/2009