The Hundred Comic Monthly #31

Published
April 1959
Page count
100
Cover price
2/- [0-2-0 AUP]
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Square bound
Format
Comic series
Branding
Colour Comics Pty Ltd
 
Colour Comics Pty Ltd
GCD
www.comics.org/issue/577963

Credits

Editing
, editor

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Master of Mirrors (The Flash) Cover, 1 page

"100 pages "Bad lluck, Flash--you'll never find the real me…in time…" Featuring the fastest man alive in "Master of Mirrors!""

Featuring

Feature
The Flash
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Art
Carmine Infantino, penciller
 
Joe Giella, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

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First print
United States
The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #105 (February-March 1959)
Master of Mirrors!

Notes

Reprints the cover of the first issue of the Silver Age Flash title (number continues from the Golden Age series).

Show/hide 1. The Master of Mirrors (The Flash) Comic story, 12.67 pages
Show/hide 2. Hi! Kids! Insist on 100 Pages Promo (ad from the publisher), 0.33 pages

"Hi! Kids! When you buy a 2/- comic insist on -100 pages- "Century" "Hundred" "Mighty" "All Favourites" "Five Score" The Best Comics Ever"

Details

Printed
1958? to 1959?
More...
Hi! Kids! Insist on 100 Pages

Notes

"Hi! Kids!" advertisements were used to promote comics across the KG Murray range.

Show/hide 3. The Mystery Prison of Lost Island (Tomahawk) Comic story, 7.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Tomahawk
Genre
Western-Frontier

Credits

Art
Fred Ray, line art
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor
 
Jack Schiff, editor
 
Murray Boltinoff, editor
 
George Kashdan, editor

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First print
United States
Tomahawk (DC, 1950 series) #59 (November-December 1958)
The Mystery Prisoner of Lost Island
Show/hide 4. Hi! Kids! Superboy (Superboy) Promo (ad from the publisher), 0.33 pages

"Hi! Kids! Be sure to buy your copy of the great Superboy comics! ---On sale now!"

Details

Printed
1957? to 1959?
Genre
Superhero
More...
Hi! Kids! Superboy
Show/hide 5. The Modern Sorcerer (Roy Raymond TV Detective) Comic story, 5.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Roy Raymond TV Detective
Genre
Detective-Mystery

Credits

Art
Ruben Moreira, line art
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor [credited]
 
Jack Schiff, editor [attributed] (actual)

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First print
United States
Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #261 (November 1958)
The Modern Sorcerer
Show/hide 6. History of Detective Mystery (History of Detective Mystery) Comic story, 0.33 pages

"Many forms of mystery stories have been found in the early literature from the east!"

Featuring

Feature
History of Detective Mystery
Genre
Non-Fiction

Credits

Text
Morris Waldinger, letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor

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First print
United States
Batman (DC, 1940 series) #64 (April-May 1951)
History of Detective Mystery
Show/hide 7. We Battled the Sand Creature Comic story, 7.67 pages

Featuring

Genre
Fantasy-Supernatural

Credits

Art
Mort Meskin, penciller
 
George Roussos, inker
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor
 
Jack Schiff, Associate Editor
 
Murray Boltinoff, Associate Editor
 
George Kashdan, Associate Editor

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First print
United States
My Greatest Adventure (DC, 1955 series) #26 (December 1958)
Show/hide 8. Shorty (Shorty) Comic story, 0.33 pages

"Well, we made it!"

Featuring

Feature
Shorty
Genre
Humour

Credits

Writing
Henry Boltinoff, scripter
Art
Henry Boltinoff, line art
Text
Henry Boltinoff, letterer

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First print
Unknown
Show/hide 9. Jerry the Jitterbug (Jerry the Jitterbug) Comic story, 1 page
Show/hide 10. Fun House of Time! (Wonder Woman) Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Feature
Wonder Woman
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Wonder Woman [Diana Prince]; Steve Trevor; Time Master [Ty M. Master]

Credits

Writing
Robert Kanigher, scripter [credited as Charles Moulton]
Art
Ross Andru, penciller
 
Mike Esposito, inker
Text
Gaspar Saladino, letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, original editor [credited]
 
Robert Kanigher, original editor [attributed] (actual)

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First print
United States
Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series) #101 (October 1958)
Fun House of Time!
Also printed
United States
Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series) #217 (April-May 1975)
Fun House of Time!
 
Australia
Superman Presents World's Finest Comic Monthly (KG Murray, 1974 series) #125 ([September 1975?])
The Fun House of Time
 
United States
Showcase Presents: Wonder Woman (DC, 2007 series) #1 ([August] 2007)
Fun House of Time!

Synopsis

The Time Master sends Wonder Woman and Steve on a dangerous journey into the past. The Time Master tries to destroy Wonder Woman in a murderous funhouse.

Show/hide 11. The Fun House of Time! Part Two (Wonder Woman) Comic story, 6.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Wonder Woman
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Robert Kanigher, scripter [credited as Charles Moulton]
Art
Ross Andru, penciller
 
Mike Esposito, inker
Text
Gaspar Saladino, letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, original editor [credited]
 
Robert Kanigher, original editor [attributed] (actual)

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First print
United States
Wonder Woman (DC, 1942 series) #101 (October 1958)
The Fun House of Time! Part Two
Show/hide 12. Hi! Kids! Super Adventure Promo (ad from the publisher), 0.33 pages

"Hi! Kids! Be sure to buy your copy of the great Super Adventure comics! -- On sale NOW!"

Details

Printed
1957? to 1959?
Genre
Superhero
More...
Hi! Kids! Super Adventure

Notes

There was a series of "Hi! Kids!" advertisements, covering most of KG Murray's comic line at the time.

Show/hide 13. Smokescreen Sheriff! (The Trigger Twins) Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Trigger Twins
Genre
Western-Frontier

Credits

Art
Gil Kane, penciller
 
Joe Giella, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

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First print
United States
All Star Western (DC, 1951 series) #83 (June-July 1955)
Show/hide 14. The Midget Manhunter! (John Jones Manhunter from Mars) Comic story, 5.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
John Jones Manhunter from Mars
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Jack Miller , scripter
Art
Joe Certa, line art
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor [credited]
 
Jack Schiff, editor [attributed] (actual)

Reprint history

First print
United States
Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #261 (November 1958)
The Midget Manhunter!
Also printed
United States
Showcase Presents: Martian Manhunter (DC, 2007 series) #1 (2007)
The Midget Manhunter!
From GCD
from Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #261.

Synopsis

Jones battles an unnamed criminal with a shrinking ray.

Show/hide 15. Amazing Ratios! (Amazing Ratios!) Comic story, 0.33 pages

"Atoms are so small that 200 million of them could be placed next to each other..."

Featuring

Feature
Amazing Ratios!
Genre
Non-Fiction

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First print
Unknown
Show/hide 16. Destination Unknown (Tommy Tomorrow) Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Feature
Tommy Tomorrow
Genre
Science fiction

Credits

Writing
Otto Binder, scripter
Art
Jim Mooney, line art
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor [credited]
 
Mort Weisinger, editor [attributed] (actual)

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First print
United States
Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #246 (November 1958)
Destination Unknown
Show/hide 17. Magic Moonstone of Io Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction

Credits

Art
George Roussos, line art
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor

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First print
United States
Tales of the Unexpected (DC, 1956 series) #30 (October 1958)
Magic Moonstone of Io
Show/hide 18. The Green Arrow's Last Stand (The Green Arrow) Comic story, 5.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Green Arrow
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
David Wood, scripter [as Dave Wood]
Art
Jack Kirby, line art
 
Rosalind Kirby, inker [as Roz Kirby]
Text
John Duffy , letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, original editor [credited]
 
Mort Weisinger, Story Editor
 
George Kashdan, Story Editor
Management
Jack Schiff, original Managing Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #254 (November 1958)
The Green Arrow's Last Stand
Also printed
United States
Super-Team Family (DC, 1975 series) #9 (February-March 1977)
The Green Arrow's Last Stand
 
Australia
Super Adventure Album (KGM, 1976 series) #5 ([July 1977?])
The Green Arrow's Last Stand
 
United States
The Green Arrow by Jack Kirby (DC, 2001 series) ([November] 2001)
The Green Arrow's Last Stand
 
United States
Showcase Presents Green Arrow (DC, 2006 series) #1 (2006)
The Green Arrow's Last Stand
 
United States
The Jack Kirby Omnibus (DC, 2011 series) #1 (July 2011)
The Green Arrow's Last Stand

Synopsis

Green Arrow and Speedy land in a remote valley that is still occupied by Sioux Indian warriors. Green Arrow and Speedy land in a remote valley that is still occupied by Sioux Indian warriors. Green Arrow and Speedy land in a remote valley that is still occupied by Sioux Indian warriors. Green Arrow and Speedy land in a remote valley that is still occupied by Sioux Indian warriors. The conniving chief and medicine man manufacture a fake "legend" to retain power, but GA's trick arrows win the day and liberate the tribe.

Show/hide 19. Hi! Kids! Insist on 100 Pages Promo (ad from the publisher), 0.33 pages

"Hi! Kids! When you buy a 2/- comic insist on -100 pages- "Century" "Hundred" "Mighty" "All Favourites" "Five Score" The Best Comics Ever"

Details

Printed
1958? to 1959?
More...
Hi! Kids! Insist on 100 Pages

Notes

"Hi! Kids!" advertisements were used to promote comics across the KG Murray range.

Show/hide 20. Double-Danger at Sunset Ridge! (The Wyoming Kid) Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Wyoming Kid
Genre
Western-Frontier

Credits

Writing
Bill Finger, scripter
Art
Howard Sherman, line art
Text
Ira Schnapp, letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor
 
Julius Schwartz, Assistant Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Western Comics (DC, 1948 series) #54 (November-December 1955)
Double-Danger at Sunset Ridge
Show/hide 21. The World That Grew Comic story, 7 pages

Featuring

Genre
Science fiction

Credits

Writing
Otto Binder, scripter
Art
Carmine Infantino, penciller
 
John Giunta, inker
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, editor [credited]
 
Julius Schwartz, editor [attributed] (actual)

Reprint history

First print
United States
Strange Adventures (DC, 1950 series) #98 (November 1958)
The World That Grew

Status

This issue includes help from

  • Michael F

AusReprints ID

  • 999

Entry created

  • 23/12/2003

Cover added

  • 14/01/2014

Index completed

  • 08/04/2011

Last updated

  • 12/09/2019