Superman Presents Adventure Comics #7

Published
1982
Page count
100
Cover price
0.95 AUD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Magazine size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
Branding
Murray Comics (Red)
 
Murray Comics (Red)

Credits

Editing
, editor

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled (Aquaman, Deadman, The Flash) Cover, 1 page

"Aquaman swims the gauntlet of death! Another Deadman supernatural thriller! Plus big 17 page bonus "The Man Who Defeated the Justice Society!""

Featuring

Feature
Aquaman, Deadman, The Flash
Genre
Superhero
Code
C-193

Credits

Art
Jim Aparo, line art
Colours
Tatjana Wood, colourist
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #466 (November-December 1979)
Untitled
Show/hide 1. The Cloud with the Lethal Lining! (The Flash) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Flash
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-6110
Characters
Weather Wizard

Credits

Writing
Cary Bates, scripter
Art
Michael Netzer, penciller [as Mike Nasser]
 
Vince Colletta, inker
Text
Ben Oda, letterer
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #466 (November-December 1979)
The Cloud with the Lethal Lining!

Synopsis

Flash battles the Weather Wizard, who appears to have turned good - at first.

Show/hide 2. The Defeat of the Justice Society! (Justice Society of America) Comic story, 17 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice Society of America
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-6120

Credits

Writing
Paul Levitz, scripter
Art
Joe Staton, line art
Text
Ben Oda, letterer
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #466 (November-December 1979)
The Defeat of the Justice Society!

Synopsis

As the JSAers go their separate ways after Mr. Terrific's funeral, Power Girl wonders why the team disbanded in 1951 and Huntress relates the story as she heard it. After a case involving their being kidnapped by a man with foreign interests, the JSA was summoned before Congress and their loyalty to their country questioned. Rather than reveal their identities, the heroes disappeared and retired.

Show/hide 3. Never Say Die! (Deadman) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Deadman
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Len Wein, scripter
Art
José Luis García-López, line art [as Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez]
Text
Ben Oda, letterer
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #466 (November-December 1979)
Never Say Die!

Synopsis

Deadman tries to help a family where the grandfather wants the son to quit selling drugs.

Show/hide 4. Death on Ice (Aquaman) Comic story, 10 pages

Featuring

Feature
Aquaman
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-6121

Credits

Writing
Bob Rozakis, scripter
Art
Don Newton, penciller
 
Dan Adkins, inker
Text
Shelly Leferman, letterer
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #466 (November-December 1979)
Death on Ice

Synopsis

Aquaman rescues Mera and Vulko who were kidnapped by Nazis controlling Atlantis.

Show/hide 5. A-Man--The Hero with Animal Powers (Animal Man) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Animal Man
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-1398

Credits

Writing
David Wood, scripter [as Dave Wood]
Art
Carmine Infantino, penciller
 
George Roussos, inker
Text
Stan Starkman, letterer
Editing
Jack Schiff, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Strange Adventures (DC, 1950 series) #190 (July 1966)
A-Man-- The Hero With Animal Powers
Also printed
Australia
All Star Adventure Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #44 ([April 1967?])
A-Man--The Hero with Animal Powers
 
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #415 (February 1972)
A-Man -- the Hero With Animal Powers
 
Australia
Superman Presents World's Finest Comic Monthly (Colour Comics, 1965 series) #93 ([January 1973?])
A-Man--The Hero with Animal Powers

Synopsis

Buddy Baker uses his animal powers to fight crime and learns the limitations of those powers as he pursues a gang of crooks who have a machine that can telepathically control animals.

Notes

This reprint is probably sourced from Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #415 (February 1972).

Show/hide 6. Gotham Town Is Burning Down! (Huntress) Comic story, 10 pages

Featuring

Feature
Huntress
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Paul Levitz, scripter
Art
Joe Staton, penciller
 
Bob Layton, inker
Text
Jean Simek, letterer
Editing
Al Milgrom, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Batman Family (DC, 1975 series) #19 (August-September 1978)
Gotham Town Is Burning Down!
Also printed
United States
Huntress: Darknight Daughter (DC, 2006 series) (2006)
Gotham Town is Burning Down!
Show/hide 7. Computer Crisis (The Atom) Comic story, 5 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Atom
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Bob Rozakis, scripter
Art
Alex Saviuk, penciller
 
Vince Colletta, inker
Text
Milt Snapinn, letterer
Editing
Paul Levitz, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #489 (April 1980)
Computer Crisis
Show/hide 8. Uneasy Lies the Crown! (Starman) Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Feature
Starman
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-6363

Credits

Writing
Paul Levitz, scripter
Art
Steve Ditko, penciller
 
Romeo Tanghal, inker
Text
Gaspar Saladino, letterer
Editing
Len Wein, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #468 (February 1980)
Uneasy Lies the Crown

Synopsis

Starman invades the imperial palace to stop a Lord Oswin's plan to control the monarchy. Starman reveals his identity to Merria.

Show/hide 9. Untitled (Plastic Man) Comic story, 10 pages

"What in blazes happened here, Plas?"

Featuring

Feature
Plastic Man
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-6187

Credits

Writing
Len Wein, scripter
Art
Joe Staton, penciller
 
Bob Smith, inker
Text
Ben Oda, letterer
Editing
Ross Andru, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #468 (February 1980)
"What in blazes happened here, Plas?"

Synopsis

Plastic Man fights the triple-jointed murdering ballet dancer Dimitri Dervish.


Status

This issue includes help from

  • Neil A Hansen

AusReprints ID

  • 893

Entry created

  • 09/12/2003

Cover added

  • 19/08/2017

Index completed

  • 09/12/2003

Last updated

  • 12/03/2019