...but many of the films, like the nine sampled below, never appeared in comic form again after their initial newspaper runs. I'd like to see these and others get reprinted in color eventually (Jack Kirby's adaptation of THE BLACK HOLE would be a great way to kick off the series), but for now I'm satisfied with the black-and-white copies I've been able to track down.
THE SHAGGY D.A. (9/5/1976 - 11/28/1976)
KING OF THE GRIZZLIES (3/1/1970 - 5/31/1970)
THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES (12/7/1969 - 2/22/1970)
NOW YOU SEE HIM, NOW YOU DON'T (4/2/1972 - 6/25/1972)
THE APPLE DUMPLING GANG (5/4/1975 - 6/29/1975)
ONE OF OUR DINOSAURS IS MISSING (7/6/1975 - 9/28/1975)
SNOWBALL EXPRESS (10/1/1972 - 12/31/1972)
THE LEGEND OF LOBO (7/2/1972 - 9/24/1972)
NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN (12/7/1975 - 2/29/1976)
The Paperback Film Projector book, which is slated for release later this year, will not include comic book or comic strip adaptations unless they were also published as mass market paperbacks, but we will review them here on the blog.