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Comic book cover browser Ghosts is a comic book series published by DC Comics for 112 issues from September-October 1971 to May 1982. Its tagline was "True Tales of the Weird and Supernatural" (Dec. 1978), changed to "New Tales of the Weird and Supernatural," as of #75 (Apr. 1979), and dropped after #104 (Sept. 1981). Paul Levitz, in a quote on Mark Evanier's News From Me blog, states that prolific scripter Leo Dorfman created the title, and noted "... while it wasn’t a fan favorite (then or in retrospect), it was a disproportionately good seller."

The first issue was written entirely by Dorfman; to avoid having it seem that a single writer was monopolizing the comic, editor Murray Boltinoff had Dorfman use the pseudonyms "Geoff Brown" (Dorfman's son was named "Geoff" and his wife's maiden name was "Brown") and "David George".

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