Gold Key comics always amaze and entertain me. Tonight, I read I Spy #4 from 1968. This comic book is based on the TV spy thriller of that time. The story is pretty good including a frame-up of a travelling jazz pianist, his capture on fraudulent charges by the Communists to force a trade for a counter-spy, the rescue by our good guys, and the evasion of the team to the other side of the Iron Curtain. The witty dialogue between the two hero spies, and the artistic representation of these two, captures the TV series. The plot was intriguing and the resolution was satisfying. It makes me yearn for the TV shows of the good old days and the Gold key comics based on the them. "Make mine Gold Key".