The Menomonee Falls Gazette 98

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Menomonee Falls Gazette 98
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Cover artist: Jim Aparo
Country/language: Mini usa.gif USA / English
Format: 29 × 42 cm
Pages: 48 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: October 29, 1973
Editor: Michael Tiefenbacher
Publishing company: Street Entreprises
Preceded by: The Menomonee Falls Gazette #97
Followed by: The Menomonee Falls Gazette #99


The Menomonee Falls Gazette #98 was a regular weekly issue of the American comic strips tabloid The Menomonee Falls Gazette.

Contents

Phantom stories

Other Comics

  • "Prince Valiant" by Harold Foster
  • "Johnny Hazard" by Frank Robbins
  • "Rip Kirby" by Fred Dickenson and John Prentice
  • "Tug Transom" by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall
  • "Secret Agent X-9" by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson
  • "Modesty Blaise" by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway
  • "Captain Easy" by Jim Lawrence and Bill Crooks
  • "Dr. Kildare" by Ken Bald
  • "Jeff Cobe" by Pete Hoffman
  • "Rick O'Shay" by Stan Lynde
  • "Batman" by Bob Kane
  • "Paul Temple" by Albert Mazure and Francis Durbridge
  • "The Heart of Juliet Jones" by Stan Drake
  • "Dr. Guy Bennett" by Frank Thorne
  • "Short Ribs" by Frank O'Neal
  • "Steve Canyon" by Milton Caniff
  • "Ambler" by Doug Wildey
  • "Eek & Meek" by Howie Schneider
  • "Flash Gordon" by Dan Barry
  • "Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors" by John Dixon
  • "Friday Foster" by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longarón
  • "Superman" by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Jack Burnley
  • "Red Barry" by Will Gould
  • "Mary Perkins, On Stage" by Leonard Starr
  • "The Spirit" by Will Eisner
  • "Gunner" by Alfredo J. Grassi and José Luis Salinas
  • "Connie" by Frank Godwin
  • "The Seekers" by Les Lilley and John Burns
  • "Jeff Hawk" by Sydney Jordan
  • "On Stage" by Leonard Starr
  • "James Bond" by Jim Lawrence and Larry Horak
  • "Dateline: Danger!" by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams
  • "Buck Rogers" by Murphy Anderson
  • "Garth" by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar
  • "Tarzan" by Russ Manning
  • "Buz Sawyer" by Roy Crane and Hank Schlenkser
  • "Kerry Drake" by Alfred Andriola
  • "Brick Bradford" bv Paul Norris
  • "Scarth A.D. 2195" by Jo Addams and Jose Bea
  • "Big Ben Bolt" by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon
  • "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould
  • "Peter Stratch" by Lou Fine
  • "Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks
  • "Ben Casey" by Neal Adams
  • "Red Ryder" by Fred Harman
  • "Tarzan" by Dan Barry