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The Twilight Zone #207
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Publisher:Dell
Series:The Twilight Zone (Dell)
Volume:One-shot (Twilight Zone #01-860-207)
Alternate Number:The Twilight Zone #3 (Dell)
Cover Date:May-July 1962
Cover Price:$0.15 USD
Cover Credits:? (painted)
Pages:36 pages
Format:Color; Saddle-Stitched; Newsprint; One-shot
Editors:
Writers:
Artists:Mike Sekowsky, Frank Giacoia, Ben Oda
Previous Issue:The Twilight Zone (Dell) 02
Next Issue:The Twilight Zone (Dell) 04

This was the third issue printed under the Twilight Zone comic title by Dell, but the first to be released as part of a The Twilight Zone ongoing monthly series. The series continued from Dell's two The Twilight Zone one-shots released through the second Four Color series.

Series information

Main article: The Twilight Zone (Dell)

Publication details

This issue was published in four color print as a saddle-stitched pamphlet on newsprint. The size was typical of Standard Silver and Modern Age comics and consisted of 36 pages, including ads. The cover was dated May-July, 1962 and priced at fifteen cents (American).

This issue contained three fully illustrated stories, accompanied by two fact sheets listing various strange and mysterious phenomena in history and legend. Each of the illustrated stories was introduced by Rod Serling as the Narrator.

Indicia

"THE TWILIGHT ZONE, No. 01-860-207, May-Jul., 1962. Published by Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 750 Third Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. Helen Meyer, President; William F. Callahan, Jr., Executive Vice-President, Harold F. Clark, Vice-President-Advertising Director; Bryce L. Holland, Vice-President. All rights reserved throughout the world. Authorized edition. Printed in U.S.A. Designed and produced by Western Publishing|Western Printing & Lithographing Co. Copyright © 1962, by Cayuga Productions, Inc. This periodical shall be sold only through authorized dealers. Sales of mutilated copies or copies without covers, and distribution of this periodical for premiums, advertising, or giveaways, are strictly forbidden."

Contents

  1. Contents page
    Type: Table of contents, 1 page
    Credits: machine type (Letters)
    Summary: Page introducing each of the three main stories in two-panel black and white strips. Uses art from the individual stories.
  2. "The Man From Nowhere"
    Type: Story, 11 pages
    Credits: Mike Sekowsky (Pencils),[Frank Giacoia (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
    Summary:
    Genre/Subject:
  3. "Beyond the Window"
    Type: Story, 11 pages
    Credits: Mike Sekowsky (Pencils), Frank Giacoia (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
    Summary:
    Genre/Subject:
  4. "Hard-Luck Harvey"
    Type: Story, 10 pages
    Credits: Frank Giacoia (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
    Summary:
    Genre/Subject:
  5. "Luck in the Twilight Zone"
    Type: Fact sheet, 1 page
    Credits: Mike Sekowsky (Pencils), Frank Giacoia (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
    Summary:
    Genre/Subject:
  6. "Lost in the Twilight Zone"
    Type: Fact sheet, 1 page
    Credits: Mike Sekowsky (Pencils), Frank Giacoia (Inks), Ben Oda (Letters)
    Summary: Provides information on the history of lost or forgotten cities.
    Genre/Subject: History, Legend, Religion, Atlantis

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