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Maxene Fabe Mulford (May 22, 1943)[1] was a writer for DC Comics in the 1970s. She was also an editor for Crowell children's books and wrote the 1972 novel Death Rock.

BibliographyEdit

  • House of Mystery (1951) #210, 212, 215, 22, 235, 251, 259
    • "The Exterminator"
    • "Oh, Mom! Oh, Dad! You've Sent Me Away to Summer Camp... and I'm So Sad!"
    • "The Man Who Wanted Power Over Women"
    • "Brain Food"
    • "The Rebel"
    • "The Spawn of the Devil"
    • "Bride of the Pharaoh"
    • "Never Steal From A Blind Man"
  • House of Secrets (1969) #105-106, 108-111, 136
    • "Vampire"
    • "The Curse of Harappa"
    • "A New Kid on the Block"
    • "Museum of Nightmares"
    • "Safes Have Secrets Too"
    • "Hair-I-Kari"
    • "Last Voyage of the Lady Luck"
  • Plop! (1973) #3, 14, 20
    • "Belly Laugh"
    • "Once Upon a Swine..."
    • "The Locked Door of Harkness House!"
    • "Meat His Maker"
  • Secrets of Haunted House (1975) #3-4
    • "The Swinger"
    • "Bird's Eye View"
  • Secrets of Sinister House (1972) #8, 11
    • "Paying With Fire"
    • "The Monster of Death Island"
  • Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (1958) #129
    • "Serpent in Paradise"

SourcesEdit

  1. Maxene M Fabe, United States Public Records, 1970-2009 (familysearch.org). Accessed 28 Feb 2019.
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