*Gold Key/Whitman: Three oddball titles from Gold Key this update: the Owl, a 1967 revival of a Golden Age character, was one of myriad attempts to cash in on the Batman TV series’ popularity, with the shapely Owl Girl standing in for Robin. Sadly, readers couldn’t give a hoot, and the series stalled with issue #2. Another trend-jumper was Tiger Girl, 1968’s mix of the superhero and superspy crazes, as circus aerialist Lily Taylor borrows the circus tiger (as you do) and nips out to battle the ranks of I.N.F.A.M.Y. on behalf of W.A.A.V. (want to decipher the initials? Buy the comic – there was only one issue!) Finally, a direct rival of the man from U.N.C.L.E. in the form of Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp! Based on a TV show which starred live-action chimpanzees, our simian hero and his glamorous cohort Mata Hairi defy the Criminal Headquarters for Underworld Master Plan, or C.H.U.M.P.! 1971’s Issue #1 new in.