Mighty Comics No. 45
April 1967
Story: “The Nine Lives of Falseface” (10 pages)
Editor: Richard Goldwater
Writer: Jerry Siegel
Artist: Paul Reinman
Feature Character: The Hangman (last appearance in FLY MAN #37)
Villain: Falseface (first and only appearance)
Comment: The Hangman reforms without explanation in this story.
Synopsis: Now a super-hero again, the Hangman matches wits with a disguise-artist crook called Falseface.

Mighty Comics No. 48
July 1967
Story: “The Phantom of the Penitentiary” (12 pages)
Editor: Richard Goldwater
Writer: Jerry Siegel
Artist: Paul Reinman
Feature Character: The Hangman (next appears in THE COMET #1)
Intro: Warden Lacey (only appearance)
Villains: The Prison Phantom (Warden Meggs), Jackal Larsen,  (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Hangman must enter a penitentiary to stop a monstrous foe from killing convicts.

The Fly No. 2
July 1983
Story: “Plus Ca Change, Plus C’est La Meme Chose” (4 pages)
Editor: Rich Buckler
Writer: Robin Snyder
Artist: Steve Ditko
Letterer: Sam DeLaRosa
Colorist: Barry Grossman
Feature Character: The Hangman (in flashback to indeterminate time)
Villain: Big Boy Malone (first appearance; dies in this story)
Synopsis: Bob Dickering, as a hangman, executes the killer who tried to murder his brother, the Comet.

The Comet No. 1
1983
Story: [untitled] (10 pages)
Editor, writer: Bill DuBay
Penciller: Carmine Infantino
Inker: Rudy Nebres
Letterer: ?
Colorist: Barry Grossman
Feature Character: The Hangman II (Steve Dickering; first appearance)
GS: Hangman I (last appearance in MIGHTY COMICS #48)
Supporting Characters: Thelma Gordon Dickering, Lori (first appearance)
Intro:  Timmy Carpenter
Villains: A gang of thugs, Mrs. Carpenter (first appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in the Comet story in next issue.
Synopsis: The Hangman’s son, who despises his geriatric father, tries to take over in his stead, but gets beaten up and unmasked for his efforts.

TEXT BY: DarkMark author of War with the Wizard