Number #62 featured a story plugging Orson Wells's movie Black Magic In it, Wells was abducted by Martians planning to invade Earth. He got to a radio to warn the world, but, recalling his famous War of the Worlds broadcast, no one believed him!
To the best of my knowlege, having spoken to those who would know, this was a deal where the studio gave the okay and Welles couldn't care less. Or so I've heard. DC comics were lousy with media tie-in books during the 1950s (Superman met Perry Como just a year or two later, for instance), so it doesn't stand out as that rare an event for the era.
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