Plotlines converge as She-Cat returns to FF headquarters just as The Black Commando and friend reach Central Florida. Thinking the super-team’s home might be the safest haven for his charge, The ‘Commando only succeeds in putting all parties concerned into an ambush. Upon learning that they’re both being manipulated by the same antagonist, The ‘Cat and The ‘Commando grudgingly team up. “The Cat And The Commando” is written and drawn by Billie Marimon, and inked by John Dell. It guest stars Colt, Jack Hughes, General Gordon, Barney and “Badlands” Beatty. Then- a “retro” story-that-never-was, as a REAL Golden Age story (starring a certain famous “junior” from Fawcett Publications) is reworked into “Captain Paragon, Jr., as he faces the menace of: “The Panther Man”. Very bizarre. Color cover by Marimon and John Beatty, interiors are black and white with graytones. 36 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1990.