Strange Adventures #71

DC Comics

United States

Published
August 1956
Page count
36
Cover price
0.10 USD
Colour
Colour
Format
Comic series
GCD
www.comics.org/issue/12996

Credits

Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor
 
Julius Schwartz, editor [attributed]

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Zero Hour for Earth! Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Genre
Detective-mystery; science fiction

Credits

Art
Ruben Moreira, line art
Text
Ira Schnapp, letterer

Reprint history

Also printed
Australia
Strange Adventures (Colour Comics, 1954 series) #27 ([November 1956])
Zero Hour for Earth!

Notes

Cover pencils and inks credits confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided to the GCD by DC Comics (8 January 2008)

Show/hide 1. Zero Hour For Earth! Comic story, 6 pages
Show/hide 2. The 5000 Prize DC Slogan Contest Promo (ad from the publisher), 1 page
Show/hide 3. Raiders from the Ultra-Violet! Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction

Credits

Writing
Otto Binder, scripter
Art
Sid Greene, penciller
 
Joe Giella, inker

Notes

Pencils credit confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided to the GCD by DC Comics (8 January 2008)

Show/hide 4. "The famous meteor crater in Arizona was created by the crash of a single meteor..." (Science Says You're Wrong If You Believe That--) Cartoon, 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Science Says You're Wrong If You Believe That--
Genre
Non-fiction; math & science

Credits

Writing
Julius Schwartz, scripter
Art
Morris Waldinger, penciller
 
Tom Nicolosi, inker [as Tommy Nicolosi]
Show/hide 5. The Living Meteor! Comic story, 5.67 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction

Credits

Writing
Gardner Fox, scripter
Art
Gil Kane, penciller
 
Bernard Sachs, inker

Notes

Pencils and inks credits confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided to the GCD by DC Comics (8 January 2008)

Show/hide 6. The Man Who Ate Sunshine! Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction
Characters
Charlie Linton

Credits

Writing
Joe Samachson, scripter
Art
Jerry Grandenetti, penciller
 
Joe Giella, inker

Synopsis

Charlie Linton doesn't eat but gains weight because his body is absorbing sunshine. He uses his new ability to power the first small manned rocket into space.

Notes

Credits for script, pencils and inks confirmed from Julius Schwartz's editorial records, provided by DC Comics (April 2007).


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 6777

Entry created

  • 08/02/2017

Cover added

  • 08/02/2017

Index completed

  • 08/02/2017

Last updated

  • 09/02/2018