Although this outlandish tale--part one of two again--is credited to and obvious to be Andru and Esposito, it looks to me like Batman (and maybe Robin) in the splash is by someone else. Nick Cardy maybe?
Mr. Nixon, in office less than a year, makes a cameo...and NOT as the villain!
A clever panel below!
Swanderson Supes and Bats in this ad for the debut of SESAME STREET, early episodes of which featured the DC heroes, albeit infrequently. Another Swanderson image of the pair appears on the JLA Giant ad below.
I still have my Super Saturday Club book!
With little to no Golden Age reprints at that point, this particular quiz would have been virtually impossible for all but the oddest fans at that point in time.
Some very Kubert-esque art from Ruben Moriera on yet another Roy Raymond tale, probably my favorites of the Editors' Choice stories in WF.
Interesting to note the letter from Alan Light about Golden Age reprints. This was just a coupe years away from Light creating the newspaper that brought comics fandom together, TBG. After that initial success, Light himself began offering Golden Age reorients in his FLASHBACK series, including many from DC, one of which was the first Golden Age WORLD'S FINEST issues I ever saw!