We conclude our three-part series on SILVER AGE DC CLASSICS
with the inclusion of a comic mag which wasn't a reprint of a previously
published issue. Namely, SUGAR & SPIKE #99 was its first time in print,
#98 having appeared twenty-one years before, in 1971. It featured two
previously unpublished stories by SHELDON MAYER and is a unique
entry in the Silver Age DC Classics run.
The other comics, I'm sure you'll agree, require no introduction. As
already mentioned in two previous posts, all ten issues were the very
last DC comicbooks to be printed by WORLD COLOUR PRESS, and
are a great 'must have' addition to any collection. What? You don't
have them? Get hunting on ebay now!