The best of the Golden Age, with six big stories, starring the likes of The Black Terror, in “larceny at the Lighthouse” (by Meskin and Robinson ), The ‘Terror’s kid sidekick, Tim; in his ONLY solo story outing of The Golden Age, “The Kid Plays A Lone Hand”, by George Tuska; Bulletman and Bulletgirl in “Leave Us Face It”; the eerie Purple Claw in “The Final Horror” (by Ben Brown and Dave Gantz); a Ralph Mayo-drawn tale of The Little Wise Guys, “Scarecrows Lucky Blunder”; and Spy Smasher vs. The Mask by C. C. Beck. All top-flight, full-story reprints originally seen with the pages of comics from Nedor, Fawcett, Lev Gleason and Minoan/Toby Press. 52 pages, black and white with color covers. Printed in 2003.