Fittingly enough, Sarge Steel first appeared in his own title, Sarge Steel #1. His title would last until issue #8, at which point it was retitled Secret Agent and cancelled with issue #10. After that, his series continued in Judomaster #91 through #98 (the stories in #91 through #96 fit in the year-long hiatus between Secret Agent #9 & #10. He also appeared in short features on self-defense in Fightin' 5 #34 & #37 and in the Sentinels stories from Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt #57 & #58, as their CIA contact.
Sarge Steel #4
"File 104 Case of the Kill of the Cat"
An international gang of thieves, headed by the most dangerous, beautiful feline-like femme...The Lynx. I didn't know what trouble was.
Written by Joe (Doomsday+1) Gill with art by Dick (Stephanie Starr) Giordano.
Told in three parts.
"P is for Parachute"
"Sport of Judo"
Three page Judo feature by Frank (Judomaster) McLaughlin.
|Tomorrows published Comic Book Artist #9, featuring the Charlton Comics Action Heroes.|
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|Prolific Charlton Comics writer Joe Gill featured in Charlton Spotlight #5.|
|Sarge Steel's cameo in the Sentinels story in Thunderbolt.|