This issue highlights EVERYBODY, from the heavy hitters like Dick Ayers on “No Time Like The Future”, Bill Everett on “Vampire Beware” and Ogden Whitney on “The Unexpected” to genre favorites like Matt Fox on “Beelzebub”, Paul Reinman on “The Man Who Didn’t Belong”, the the suprising like Fred Kida on “The Fingerprint”, Maurice Whitman on “Trumpet Of The Valkyries” and Pete Riss on “Deathless Mortal” , to the obscure; including Al Wenzel on “The Flaming Phantom”; Paul Cooper on “Spectres of the Dam” and Bob Mc Carty on “When Sorcerers Meet”.

Plus, artwork by Charles Nicholas, King Ward, Joe Sinnott, Bill Molno, Sal Trapani, Vincent Alascia, Bill Montes and others- 28 full stories in all.

Most of all, we are proud of our dedicated team, who has both the creativity and understanding of our clients' needs.

Our writers always follow your instructions and bring fresh ideas to the table, which remains a huge part of success in writing an essay.

Special Notes: None If you were looking for a company out of comic books’ Golden Age that regularly used the very BEST artists in the industry, it would’ve been the very aptly name Quality Comics, helmed by legendary publisher Everett “Bust” Arnold.

With this fact in evidence, it’s no wonder that the Quality Comics-themed issues we do of MOM invariably get the best response.

Stardust must find a way to control a sample of living material from outer space run amuck without destroying it.

All totalled, it’s another 80 pages of “good girl” art action and adventure, in sparkling black and white inside a full-color Will Meugniot cover. A fascinating anthology compilation of “The Great and the Not So Great” among the costumed adventurers of comic books’ Golden Age.

If reader reaction warrants it, we may continue the serial in upcoming issues.

Then, a special short FF bonus feature, a vampire tale titled “Stake Out”, originally seen in a long out-of-print AC Deep Dimesion horror book.

Written by Bill Black, with pencils by Bill and Chris(Ant-Man) Allen and inks by Mark Heike.

Finally, STARSDUST fights solo in “A Matter Of Matter”, written by Andrew Hawnt, with pencils by exciting newcomer Florentino Cuevas II and inks by Francesco Savi.

Awesome ink finishes on this gripping saga provided by Jeff Austin.