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The Return of Alfred, the Butler (1966)

They killed off Alfred for a time, but of course this being comic books, they eventually brought him back. I guess it helped explain his presence in the TV show.
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The Evil Pondering of Brainiac [1966]
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Announcement for when Barry Allen actually married Iris West (1966)
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KRATCH
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The Green Goblin Revealed! (1966)
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Spider-Man Bonds with the future Green Goblin (1966)

Peter Parker and Harry Osborn start to get to know each other while Gwen Stacy looks on in disbelief. I like how they clearly had a direction to go with Harry as a character (to become Peter's friend) and decided to evolve it over the course of many months.
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Superman Meets Parasite! (1966)

I can't believe Jim Shooter was working in comic books at 15 years old when he created this character and wrote this story - one of Superman's more interesting and formidable villains.
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The Spectre Gets... Swacked? (1966)

By the Seven Rings of Raggadorr, the Spectre is definitely showing signs of Doctor Strange influence here!
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Defeating Dormammu took an Eternity (1966)
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The Black Panther Strikes (1966)

Kirby and Lee continue their really fruitful collaboration during 1966, introducing yet another ground-breaking character.
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