From the "So bad it's GREAT" department, here's one of the worst but most enjoyable comic book stories of the sixties...by request yet! When Simon and Kirby crated the Fly in 1959 for Archie, the Black Hood hadn't really been gone all that long but the other MLJ heroes were all in the distant past. The Black Hood soon joined the Fly and Fly-Girl for a few adventures, though, as did a very modernized version of the Comet, the first super hero ever to die in comics. Supposedly. Within a few years they had formed a super hero team alongside the son of the original Shield--The Mighty Crusaders! With DC having such success with their Golden Age revivals, writer Jerry Siegel (along with Rich Goldwater, Vic Gorelick and artist Paul Reinman) decided to go all out and revive 90% of the MLJ heroes...in one tightly squeezed story! Now the Hangman and the Wizard had already been revived...but as villains! So they were the villains here in TOO MANY SUPER HEROES! An accurate title if ever there was one! Still, much fun if you know the characters, many of whose Golden Age adventures we've already presented here at 4CS.