Sheldon Mayer comic
Treasury Format. A continuation of "Limited Collectors' Edition" under a new name. This series changed back and forth between the All New Collector's Edition name and the Limited Collectors' Edition name resulting in the odd numbering of the issues. See also All New Collectors' Edition (Superman The Movie).
Plop! was a Bi-monthly anthology comic featuring stories in both horror and humour genres. The stories were often hosted by DC's regular story tellers Cain, Abel and Eve. The title also featured the works by some of the industry's best cartoonists.
This version of the story begins with Ares and Aphrodite arguing over who shall rule the world - men with violence or women with love. Ares (quickly rechristened Mars) sends his men to enslave women throughout the world. Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons, prays to Aphrodite for protection. Aphrodite gives her a magic girdle that bestows great strength and power. Hippolyta then leads her Amazons to victory over the men, who are led by Hercules. After surrendering, Hercules promises peace with the Amazons and seduces Hipployta. When she is vulnerable he steals her girdle and he and his men enslave the Amazons.
Canal Zone Intrigue, art by William Smith; Three old pals in the military service from Oakville reunite, they believe, to save Doris West, not realizing that she is a G-2 agent for the United States Secret Service, who is on the trail of a ring buying U.S. military secrets. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]. Reg'lar Fellers strips by Gene Byrnes. Hop Leaves the Farm, script and art by Jon L. Blummer [as Jon Elby]; Having lost his father's farm, Hop jumps into a Flying Jenny and lands at an air field, meeting two people destined to be life-long friends. Untitled Scribbly story, script and art by Sheldon Mayer. The Mystery Men of Mars: Part 1--Adventures in the Unknown, script by Carl H. Claudy, art by Stan Aschmeier. House ad for the 1st issue of Movie Comics, complete with cover which has an illustration from the film starring Jackie Cooper, "Scouts to the Rescue."