G.I. Combat (1952) - #196
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Robert 'Bob' Kanigher
Sam J. Glanzman
Sam J. Glanzman
Jack C. Harris
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Cover Date: November 1976
Cover Price: US $ 0.30
Featuring: THE HAUNTED TANK
If the other Kraut tanks find out they're surrenderin' to a DEAD man... We're FINISHED!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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Letters Column: Let's Make Tracks
The lettercol includes letters from ROY O'HARA (Texas City, TX), BILL LUCAS (Adams, WI), ANTHONY J. FAULKNER (Cumberlain, NC), and GUS ARDEN (Alsip, IL), with responses from editior JACK C. HARRIS.
This issue also boasts:
Two additional pages of comic art if you count (1) the Hostess Fruit Pie advertisement starring Green Lantern and the Fruit Pie Scene and Justice For All Includes Children 7, featuring "artwork donated by Continuity Associates," which was Neal Adams' studio.
A full-page house ad touting "The DC Line of Super-Stars," and featuring blurbs promoting titles on sale in August 1976: Kobra, Teen Titans, Detective Comics and the first issues of DC's "TV Series Titles": Superfriends and Welcome Back, Kotter.
The centerspread is a two-page illustrated ad for "CBS Saturday." Among the programs starting Saturday, September 11 were "Tarzan," the live-action "Shazam/Isis Hour," the live-action "ARK II," "Clue Club," and "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids."
House ads for the 1977 Super DC Calendar and a full-page ad for "Back-to-School Fun with the Super Friends School Supplies."
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