Barry (The Flash) Allen gets busted by his fiancé purchasing designer outfits for a visiting scientist from another dimension. The art is also vaguely interesting because the inter-dimensional visitor’s hair-do reminds me of Princess Leia from Star Wars. Artist Carmine Infantino would draw that character in Marvel’s Star Wars comic ten years after this.
Confirmed in a life of crime by the standings in the prison newspaper. Perhaps the authorities need to rethink their editorial oversight. The Flash #136
US comic books are generally divided into distinct ages. The Golden Age (1938-1950) was the medium’s beginning until its near demise due to censorship and sales issues; the Silver Age (1956-1970) marked a return and renewal, including the rise of Marvel Comics and the Batman TV show craze; the Bronze Age (1970-1985) is a less …
From 1962, super hero and super gorilla. I was going to say they don’t make them like this anymore, but then King Kong and Godzilla are soon to hit theaters, so maybe they do.