PART TWO! from Phantom Stranger 24, Mar.-Apr. 1973, by Marvin Wolfman and Michael Wm. Kaluta.
The second chapter opens with Dr. Thirteen and Rachel swearing vengeance on the monster, who they blame for the death of their friend and husband, Victor. Unbeknownst to them, the object of their hatred is nearby and is eavesdropping. He also overhears another conversation, between the gravediggers:
Even though the monster hates this man for bringing him back to life, he has no desire to see his grave and body desecrated. He plans to deal with them, but first he needs clothes, because let's face it- an eight foot tall bluish-green skinned naked man is a bit conspicuous, but perhaps a clothed eight foot tall bluish-green skinned will be a bit less so. Anyway, later that evening he breaks into an Army-Navy surplus store, and while he's rummaging around looking for something that fits him, he is interrupted by a couple of policemen who happened to be driving by and heard the noise.
Needless to say, they get the worst of the encounter.
The monster heads back to the cemetery now, all decked out in a stylin' Zorro hat, khakis, and a black cape, but no shirt. He makes short work of the grave robbers-
So much for you, "Gink"-and then Spawny gets an idea: if Victor can bring him back from the dead, then why can't he bring back Victor using the same technology that his original creator used?
Next issue in two months!
But fear not- you won't have to wait that long. I'll try to get it scanned and posted later tonight. All images © DC Comics; all are scanned from my personal collection.