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- At this time, in 1946, Aquaman was transferred to Adventure Comics with issue #103 along with the other superhero features from More Fun Comics.
- Aquaman's adventures continued to be published in Adventure Comics through the 1940s and 1950s, as one of the few superheroes to last through the 1950s in continuous publication.
- The company created a second recurring title called New Comics No. 1 released in December 1935 which would be the start of the long-running Adventure Comics series featuring many anthology titles as well.
- The Silver Age version of Luthor was introduced in Adventure Comics No. 271 (April 1960), now given the first name "Lex" (later said to be short for Alexander) and an origin story.
- When World's Finest Comics reverted to the standard 36 pages, leftover Shazam! material saw publication in Adventure Comics (#491–492, September–October 1982).
- They appeared in More Fun until issue #107 (January 1946), and then moved to Adventure Comics from #103 (April 1946) to #269 (Feb 1960).
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