For 37 years, DC comics have been printed at World Color Press in Sparta, Illinois. Now that era comes to an end as DC switches to new printing processes...but DC's not forgetting that part of its long history. DC presents the DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS, the last books printed on these presses. To commemorate the end of this era in comics publishing, ten classic comic books that were originally printed at World Color Press are being printed there again. The DC SILVER AGE CLASSICS have been selected for their importance to the history of the field and to the continuing heritage of DC Comics. THIS ISSUE: The anthology title HOUSE OF SECRETS featured a variety of different and unique stories, but it is best known for the classic tale by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson in this issue that introduced Swamp Thing. Plus, three more suspense stories: "After I Die," "It's Better to Give" and "Trick or Treat," featuring the artistic stylings of Bill Draut, Alan Weiss, Tony DeZuniga and Dick Dillin.