I understand that his art has a polarizing effect on people, but I happen to be a big fan of Frank Robbins. It has recently come to my attention that during the middle of all of his super hero kookiness at Marvel during the late 70s, Robbins contributed an 8-page story to this issue of House of Mystery. As much as I love Robbins, I do think he is better suited to 'non-cape & tights' genres, so I'd love to see what he was able to do with this story, written by Arnold Drake. Beyond that story, we all know that Dollar Comics are awesome and this one includes may of my favourite creators of the era. There are stories by the likes of Dave Michelinie and Jack Oleck and a slew of terrific artists including Alfredo Alcala, Frank Redondo, Don Perlin and Alex Nino. I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for a cheap copy of this one. Oh yeah - Neal Adams cover!