Published October-November 1951
Cover by Johnny Craig. “One Last Fling!”, script and art by Johnny Craig; The knife-throwing act in the little theatre in Hungary was extremely popular, but the couple was glad to be moving on to Paris the next day; Harry discovers Olga was a vampire. “That’s a ‘Croc’!”, art by Howard Larsen; At the local zoo, people crowd around the newest attraction: a pit with four crocodiles. “Now or Never!” text story by William M. Gaines. “Child’s Play”, art by Jack Kamen; As a group of boys were playing football in front of Mr. Collin’s house, they were rudely told by him to get away from the front of his home or he’d call the police. “Trapped!”, art by Jack Davis; Inside a moving railroad boxcar, Marty rolled over and grabbed his black bag as he spied a new person inside the car; Just as they passed the Smoky Mountains, and the stranger told Marty that those parts were deserted because the area was haunted, they heard a noise and saw a rail policeman nearing them, so they jumped from the train, killing the stranger. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.
Contents One Last Fling • That’s a ’Croc’ • Child’s Play • Trapped!
Artists Al Feldstein editor, writer • Bill Gaines editor, writer • Howard Larsen inker, penciler • Jack Davis inker, penciler • Jack Kamen inker, penciler • Johnny Craig cover, inker, penciler, writer