The first Batman villain to take on both Superman and Batman solo in this book is Clayface, in a story by Wood, Mooney and Moldoff, in World’s Finest 140 (March 1964). 363 more words
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World’s Finest 137 (Nov. 63) has one of the better plots from this era, thanks to Finger and Mooney.
Superman heads into space to help aliens fix up their planet, but when he returns to Earth, he begins a crime spree, heading back out into space at the end of it. 123 more words
World's Finest 134 - Superman and Batman and chaos in Science City, and Miss Arrowette saves the day with a mascara arrow
Superman and Batman fend off an unusual invasion plot in World’s Finest 134 (June 1963).
Finger and Mooney set this adventure in Science City, a high tech city of the future, located on an island just off the coast. 266 more words
World's Finest 133 - Superman and Batman battle monsters from the stars, and Aquaman teams with Aqua-Girl
Just a terrible cover on World’s Finest 133 (May 1963), and the story, by Finger and Mooney, isn’t much better.
A romantic triangle involving rival scientists is at the core of this story. 161 more words
Carter Nichols returns in this Finger, Mooney and Moldoff story from World’s Finest 132 (March 1963).
Nichols summons Superman when Batman and Robin do not return from a time trip, for the second time. 234 more words
A new Crimson Avenger appears in World’s Finest 131 (Feb. 63), in a story by Finger, Sprang and Paris.
This Crimson Avenger is an aspiring crime fighter. 187 more words