Pep Comics (1940)

Pep Comics 150
October 1961
Story: “Demon Dynamos” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: The Jaguar
Intro: Mahavo and his tribe (only appearance for all)
Villains: Two robotic aliens (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Jaguar is drawn back to the past to save an Indian tribe from robotic invaders.

Pep Comics 151
November 1961
Story: “Terror In Fly Land” (5 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Letterer: Martin Epp
Feature Character: The Fly
Intro: Mr. Kean (only appearance)
Villains: A gang of crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Fly turns up for opening ceremonies at the Fly Land amusement park, not knowing crooks are there to lure him into a deathtrap.

Pep Comics 152
January 1962
Story: “The Creature That Cried” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: The Jaguar
Intro: Almor (only appearance)
Synopsis: The Jaguar gives battle to a rampaging creature who turns out to be not what she seems.
Pep Comics 153
March 1962
Story: “Prisoner of Planet X” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Bill Finger
Artist: John Giunta
Letterer: Martin Epp
Feature Character: Fly Girl
Villain: Borg (first and only appearance)
Comment: This is the first solo Fly Girl story.
Synopsis: After Fly Girl unwittingly tries to defend an escaped alien convict from his pursuers, she is captured and incarcerated on a prison planet.
Pep Comics 154
May 1962
Story: “The Sleeping Beauty of Space” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Bill Finger
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: The Fly
Intro: Princess Larna, Plexarians (only appearance for all)
Villain: Zarn and his men (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: After finding a “sleeping beauty” adrift in space and reviving her with a kiss, the Fly accompanies her back to her home planet to overthrow its tyrannical ruler.
Pep Comics 155
June 1962
Story: “The Picture of Terror” (5 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: Fly Girl
Intro: The Fly Girl Fan Club (only appearance)
Villain: Rubert Tyne and his gang (only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Rubert Tyne induces the Fly Girl Fan Club to use cameras of his own making in a contest to take the best photo of Fly Girl, but the fans do not realize they are laying a trap for the heroine.
Pep Comics 156
July 1962
Story: “Fly Girl’s Night Off” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: Fly Girl
Villains: Joe and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: When a gang of crooks break into her house one night, Kim Brand decides to give Fly Girl a night off and handle things in civilian dress.
Pep Comics 157
September 1962
Story: “The Monster’s Eye” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Rosenberger
Feature Character: The Jaguar
GS: Kree-Nal
Synopsis: The Jaguar has to summon Kree-Nal to help fight a monster in a hurricane.
Pep Comics 158
October 1962
Story: “The Face of Fear” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: Fly Girl
Villains: Cole and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Fly Girl is marked for death by a criminal who plans to trick her into wearing chlordane-laced makeup.
Pep Comics 159
November 1962
Story: “The Jaguar Meets the Gorilla Genius” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Giunta
Feature Character: The Jaguar
Intro: George (a gorilla; only appearance)
Villains: The Rocket Smuggling Gang (including Buster and Pete; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: A gang of crooks gets the aid of a genius gorilla to launch a revenge plot against the Jaguar.
Pep Comics 160
January 1963
Story: “Beast From Space” (6 pages)
Editor: John Rosenberger
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Rosenberger
Feature Character: The Fly
Villain: A monster from space (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: The Fly and Fly Girl face an alien monster who seems impervious to all their powers.
Pep Comics 168
September 1963
Story: “The Return of the White Jaguar” (6 pages)
Editor: John Goldwater
Writer: Robert Bernstein
Artist: John Roseberger
Feature Character: The Jaguar
Villains: Miguel, Pedro, Juan (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: When South American bandits steal Ralph Hardy’s Jaguar belt, he must return to the Temple of the Jaguar to gain aid to get it back.