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The Twilight Zone #39 (Gold Key)
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Publisher:Gold Key Comics
Series:The Twilight Zone (Gold Key)
Volume:Volume 1
Alternate Number:10016-109; T. Zone #39-717
Cover Date:September 1971
Cover Price:$0.15 USD
Cover Credits:? (painted)
Pages:36 pages
Format:Color; Saddle-Stitched; Newsprint; Ongoing Series
Writers:Len Wein
Artists:Frank Bolle, John Celardo, Joe Certa, Oscar Novelle, Jack Sparling, Len Wein, Alan Weiss
Previous Issue:The Twilight Zone (Gold Key) 38
Next Issue:The Twilight Zone (Gold Key) 40

This was the thirty-ninth issue in the 1962 The Twilight Zone comic series, published by Gold Key Comics

Series information

Main article: The Twilight Zone (Gold Key)

Publication details

This issue was published in color 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 September, 1971 and priced at fifteen cents (American).

This issue contained five stories—four fully illustrated and one in text format. Each of the illustrated stories over one page in length was introduced by Rod Serling as the Narrator.


THE TWILIGHT ZONE, No. 39, September, 1971. Published bi-monthly by Western Publishing Company, Inc., North Road, Poughkeepsie, New York 12602. Second-class postage paid at Poughkeepsie New York and at additional mailing offices. Subscription price in the USA $1.00 per year; foreign subscriptions $1.55 per year; Canadian subscriptions $1.30 per year. All rights reserved throughout the world. Authorized edition. Printed in the U.S.A. Copyright © 1971, by Cayuga Productions, Inc. GOLD KEY & DESIGN is a registered trademark of Western Publishing Company, Inc.


  1. "The Youngest Witch"
    Type: Story, 8 pages
    Credits: John Celardo (Pencils), John Celardo (Inks), ? (Letters)
  2. "Plane of Death"
    Type: Text story, 1 page
    Credits: Joe Certa (Pencils), Joe Certa (Inks), machine type (Letters)
  3. "Wedding March"
    Type: Story, 4 pages
    Credits: Oscar Novelle (Pencils), Oscar Novelle (Inks), ? (Letters)
  4. "Fool's Gold"
    Type: Story, 6 pages
    Credits: Len Wein (Script), Alan Weiss (Pencils), Alan Weiss (Inks), ? (Letters)
  5. "Escape Artist"
    Type: Story, 6 pages
    Credits: Jack Sparling (Pencils), Jack Sparling (Inks), ? (Letters)

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