Jack Burnley's STARMAN cover looks almost like a woodcut here. Although a tad stiff, it's an impressive scene all around.
The beloved Dionne Quintuplets in one of their many "endorsements" arranged by their doctor and others. The sad, sad truth about these girls is that they were exploited throughout their entire childhoods by those who should have been protecting them, particularly Dr. Dafoe who became as famous as they did.
Here we see the basic Advisory Board, all in one place and giving a de facto approval to the various DC COmics titles listed below.
This month's Sandman story offers the character in a rather sudden and radical transformation. Suddenly, he's a superhero. Not only that but he more or less wears the yellow and purple costume and cape worn by THE TARANTULA who just debuted in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS a couple months before. The biggest change, however, is when he coincidentally runs into a young lad wearing his own version of the Sandman costume...and his name, is of course, Sandy.