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Published April 1940 by David McKay
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Alex Raymond
Joe Musial
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Published April 1940 by David McKay

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Alex Raymond
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Joe Musial

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Sords
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H.H.Knerr
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Doc Winner
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Lyman Young
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Eugene Pollack
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Doc Winner
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Paul Robinson
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Billy DeBeck
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Feg Murray
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Lyman Young
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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Jimmy Hatlo
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Clarence D. Russell [as C. D. Russell]
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Chic Young
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Hal Foster
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Russ Westover
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George Herriman
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Lee Falk
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Ray Moore
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Joe Musial
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Ed Anthony
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Ruth Carroll
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Gene Ahern
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Published April 1940 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Lex Luthor, and First Mention of the Daily Planet

Europe at War, Part 2
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Joe Shuster (signed)
Joe Shuster
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; George Taylor; Villains: Luthor (introduction, no first name given in this story); General Lupo
"Europe at War, Part 2" While on assignment with Lois Lane as Clark Kent, Superman investigates the conflict between Galonia and Toran and finds munitions manufacturer Luthor behind it. When Lois is kidnapped and taken to Luthor's colossal dirigible, Superman follows and puts an end to Luthor and the war.
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Published April 1940 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Lex Luthor, and First Mention of the Daily Planet

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Story Title
Europe at War, Part 2
Writer
Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel] (signed)
Interior Art
Joe Shuster (signed)
Cover Art
Joe Shuster
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Lois Lane; George Taylor; Villains: Luthor (introduction, no first name given in this story); General Lupo
Storyline
"Europe at War, Part 2" While on assignment with Lois Lane as Clark Kent, Superman investigates the conflict between Galonia and Toran and finds munitions manufacturer Luthor behind it. When Lois is kidnapped and taken to Luthor's colossal dirigible, Superman follows and puts an end to Luthor and the war.

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Trouble at the Mine
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Fred Guardineer [as Gene Baxter] (signed)
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Dead Men Tell No Tales
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Sheldon Moldoff (signed)
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The Lost City of Gold
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Gardner F. Fox
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Chad Grothkopf
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The Man with the Rubber Face
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Ken Fitch ?
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Revolution in Verdania, Part 1
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?
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Sheldon Moldoff
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The Treasure Tower
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Gardner F. Fox
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Fred Guardineer
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Published April 1940 by DC
The Disappearance of Dr. Drew
Ken Fitch
Bernard Baily (signed)
Sheldon Moldoff [as CR] (signed); Bernard Baily (Hourman inset)
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Drew (intro); Miss Drew (intro); un-named gang of crooks (villains, intro, some death)
"The Disappearance of Dr. Drew" Rex Tyler's 2nd client is a Miss Drew, who asks that he help locate her missing father, whom she believes has been kidnapped because of his creation of a super type of cold pill.
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Published April 1940 by DC

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The Disappearance of Dr. Drew
Writer
Ken Fitch
Interior Art
Bernard Baily (signed)
Cover Art
Sheldon Moldoff [as CR] (signed); Bernard Baily (Hourman inset)
Character Appearances
The Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Drew (intro); Miss Drew (intro); un-named gang of crooks (villains, intro, some death)
Storyline
"The Disappearance of Dr. Drew" Rex Tyler's 2nd client is a Miss Drew, who asks that he help locate her missing father, whom she believes has been kidnapped because of his creation of a super type of cold pill.

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Trap for Fang Gow
Script
Ed Winiarski
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Ed Winiarski
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Crime of a Criminologist
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Jerry Siegel
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Chad Grothkopf
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Cold Cures and Crime
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Gardner F. Fox
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Chad Grothkopf
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The death of several assistants to a famed scientist, claiming to be able to cure the common cold, leads the Sandman into the fray to prevent criminals from exploiting that cure to their own financial advantage.

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Mr. Krieger Vanishes
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Albert Sulman
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Joseph Sulman
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The Tiger-Men
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Jack Lehti
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Jack Lehti
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Mansion of Murder, Part 4
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Bill Finger
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Bob Kane
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On the Track of Serge Kano
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Bart Tumey
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Bart Tumey
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At the Polar Zone
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Gardner F. Fox
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Jack Lehti
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Published April 1940 by DC
Tor Attacks America Part 2
Jon L Blummer
Jon L Blummer
Ben Flinton
Tor; Guppy; Alec
"Tor Attacks America Part 2" Concord uses a foam to put Tor's country to sleep.
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Published April 1940 by DC

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Tor Attacks America Part 2
Writer
Jon L Blummer
Interior Art
Jon L Blummer
Cover Art
Ben Flinton
Character Appearances
Tor; Guppy; Alec
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"Tor Attacks America Part 2" Concord uses a foam to put Tor's country to sleep.

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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Jon L Blummer
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Jon L Blummer
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Prop has to protect the plans for his new plane from spies.

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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Edwina Dumm
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Edwina Dumm
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Where is Sidewinder
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Edwin Alger
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Edwin Alger
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The Infra Red Destroyer Part 1
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Carl H Claudy
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Ben Flinton
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The boys grapple with an invisibility formula.

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Sisty and Dinky Are Engaged
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Sheldon Mayer
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Sheldon Mayer
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Edwina Dumm
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Edwina Dumm
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Art Helfant
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Art Helfant
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Gene Byrnes (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher]
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Glib Again
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Jerry Siegel?
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William Smith
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Published April 1940 by Centaur
Purification!
Allen L. Kirby
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett
Amazing-Man [John Aman]; Zona Henderson (special investigator for the New Orleans Eagle, introduction); The Council [Professor Nika; others un-named]; The Great Question (villain); Slick (villain, pirate); Garlock (villain, pirate chief); Harper (villain, pirate)
"Purification!" Aman is put to the Test of Fire for purification purposes, then asks if he can return to America. Granted permission, Aman flys until he runs out of gas over the bayous of Louisiana. There he runs into a special investigator for a Louisiana newspaper, who has been captured by a gang of pirates.
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Published April 1940 by Centaur

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Story Title
Purification!
Writer
Allen L. Kirby
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett
Character Appearances
Amazing-Man [John Aman]; Zona Henderson (special investigator for the New Orleans Eagle, introduction); The Council [Professor Nika; others un-named]; The Great Question (villain); Slick (villain, pirate); Garlock (villain, pirate chief); Harper (villain, pirate)
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"Purification!" Aman is put to the Test of Fire for purification purposes, then asks if he can return to America. Granted permission, Aman flys until he runs out of gas over the bayous of Louisiana. There he runs into a special investigator for a Louisiana newspaper, who has been captured by a gang of pirates.

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"Free once more after escaping the swamp men..."
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Frank Thomas
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Frank Thomas
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"Late in the year 1971 all Europe once more..."
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Carl Burgos
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Carl Burgos
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"Are they all ready, Red?"
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John F. Kolb?
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John F. Kolb
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How Old is Zardi--This Man Who Does Not Die?
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Steve Jussen [as Steve] (signed)
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"This is your last warning..."
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Lew Glanzman
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Lew Glanzman
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The Coal People
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Martin Filchock
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Martin Filchock
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War!
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? [as Barry McKay]
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John Giunta; Michael Mirando
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Published April 1940 by Centaur
"With the closing of the World's Fair..."
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Grieg Chapian
""With the closing of the World's Fair...""
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Published April 1940 by Centaur

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"With the closing of the World's Fair..."
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Grieg Chapian
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""With the closing of the World's Fair...""

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"George Selkirk, of the 'Inner-Circle'..."
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"At Speed's cave above Nob Nose Mt."
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Malcolm Kildale
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"After running down many outlaws in the Venusian region..."
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Basil Wolverton
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Basil Wolverton
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Chapter 3
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George Loomis
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?
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"Larry Kane has received the tragic news..."
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?
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Steve Dahlman (as "Dahl")
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"Many times you've heard of the legend..."
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?
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Martin Filchock (signed)
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"It is the year 2009 A.D.!"
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Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
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Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
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First Appearance of the Joker and the Catwoman

The Legend of the Batman--Who He Is and How He Came to Be!
Bill Finger
Bob Kane (signed)
Bob Kane (signed)
Batman [Bruce Wayne] (origin); Thomas Wayne (Bruce's father, death, flashback); Martha Wayne (Bruce's mother, death, flashback); Joe Chill (villain, un-named)
"The Legend of the Batman--Who He Is and How He Came to Be!" Bruce Wayne's parents are murdered by a cheap crook, and young Bruce vows to avenge their deaths by warring on all criminals.
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Published April 1940 by DC Tags: First Appearance Joker Catwoman

First Appearance of the Joker and the Catwoman

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Story Title
The Legend of the Batman--Who He Is and How He Came to Be!
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Cover Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne] (origin); Thomas Wayne (Bruce's father, death, flashback); Martha Wayne (Bruce's mother, death, flashback); Joe Chill (villain, un-named)
Storyline
"The Legend of the Batman--Who He Is and How He Came to Be!" Bruce Wayne's parents are murdered by a cheap crook, and young Bruce vows to avenge their deaths by warring on all criminals.

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The Joker
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane (signed); Jerry Robinson (see notes)
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Batman faces a new criminal who succeeds in killing famous men and stealing their prized possessions, leaving them all with "a smile" on their face!

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The Giants of Hugo Strange
Script
Bill Finger
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Bob Kane (signed)
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The Batman faces an arch criminal who has invented a serum to create a race of giant monsters, and nearly becomes one of them himself!

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The Cat
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane (signed)
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Batman and Robin take a trip aboard an exclusive yacht in order to prevent the theft of the Travers necklace at the hands of the Cat!

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Bob Kane [as Ted Raye] (signed)
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Bob Kane [as Ted Raye] (signed)
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Uncle Zep takes Ginger to the soda shop for a soda, but ends up drinking way too many himself!

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The Joker Returns
Script
Bill Finger
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Bob Kane (signed)
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The Joker escapes from prison to continue his rampage of death and to steal the famed Cleopatra necklace and Fire Ruby.
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Published April 1940 by Worth Carnahan
The Deadliest Basketball Game
George Little
Adolphe Barreaux ?
Adolphe Barreaux ?
The Champ; Fay Madison; Gil Tomlinson (villain); Silky Burle (Intro); Old Charlie (intro); Doc Schultz; Pierre Fortesque
"The Deadliest Basketball Game"
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Published April 1940 by Worth Carnahan

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Story Title
The Deadliest Basketball Game
Writer
George Little
Interior Art
Adolphe Barreaux ?
Cover Art
Adolphe Barreaux ?
Character Appearances
The Champ; Fay Madison; Gil Tomlinson (villain); Silky Burle (Intro); Old Charlie (intro); Doc Schultz; Pierre Fortesque
Storyline
"The Deadliest Basketball Game"

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The Money Smugglers
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?
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Henry Kiefer
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Civilization, Pirates, and Shipwreck
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?
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Harry Parkhurst ?
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Episode One
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Robert Leslie Bellem
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Adolphe Barreaux
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The Invisibility Pellets
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Paul Porter
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?
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In the Land of the Surface People
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?
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Harry Parkhurst ?
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Introducing Duke O'Dowd
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?
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George Appel ?
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The Case of the Men With the Green Hair
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?
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Max Neill
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Dodo Island
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?
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Ray Willner
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Airships in Stamps
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Worth Carnahan ?
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Worth Carnahan ?
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Queer Championships
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?
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George Papp (signed)
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Published April 1940 by Dell
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Published April 1940 by Dell

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Published April 1940 by Marvel
The Escape of Red Corker
Phil Sturm (signed)
Gus Ricca ?
Alex Schomburg
Dale of the FBI (introduction); J. Edgar Hoover; George Dean; Helen Dean; Red Corker (villain; introduction; death)
"The Escape of Red Corker" Red Corker escapes from prison and re-unites with his old gang, having planned dozens of jobs while housed in jail. Ace investigator, Dale, is dispatched from Washington D.C. to Dream Island in San Francisco to try and rescue Helen Dean, daughter of oil magnate George Dean, who has been kidnapped by Corker.
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Published April 1940 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Escape of Red Corker
Writer
Phil Sturm (signed)
Interior Art
Gus Ricca ?
Cover Art
Alex Schomburg
Character Appearances
Dale of the FBI (introduction); J. Edgar Hoover; George Dean; Helen Dean; Red Corker (villain; introduction; death)
Storyline
"The Escape of Red Corker" Red Corker escapes from prison and re-unites with his old gang, having planned dozens of jobs while housed in jail. Ace investigator, Dale, is dispatched from Washington D.C. to Dream Island in San Francisco to try and rescue Helen Dean, daughter of oil magnate George Dean, who has been kidnapped by Corker.

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In the Miracle City
Script
?
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Jack Binder
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While on a scouting expedition in 1945 in South Africa, Breeze discovers a Japanese Army marching toward British territory, but is shot down. Making his way to Miracle City, a young girl escorts him to a scientist named Zanoba, who is later captured by the Demon People, and Breeze heads out for the rescue.

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Mystery of the Swabert Mansion
Script
Will Harr (signed)
Pencils
Maurice Gutwirth (signed)
Story Line
The Purple Mask investigates an attempt to force Frederick Swabert to reveal the hiding place of his father's fortune or risk being killed for refusing to do so.

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The East Side Murders ["Meet the Phantom Reporter!..."]
Script
Robert O. Erisman [as ROE] (signed)
Pencils
Sam Cooper (signed)
Story Line
Cub reporter Jones is assigned a case in which seven families on the east side of town have been wantonly beaten, resulting in three deaths. He soon discovers, as the Phantom Reporter, that the Park Commissioner, Police Chief and the publisher of several newspapers were behind it all... each having vested interest in the property on the east side, and hoping that the crime wave would get people to vacate their property so they could pick it up cheaply!

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The Devil Beast and the Nazis
Script
Joe Simon ?; ? (probably at least one other scripter, see notes)
Pencils
Joe Simon (signed, pages 1-9 ?); August Froehlich (pages 10-13 ?) (see notes)
Story Line
The native villagers tell Trojak of a strange beast that sneaks into their village every morning and takes one their tribal members away. After dealing with that menace, he then has to rescue Edith from the Nazis.

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The Origin of Marvex the Super-Robot
Script
?
Pencils
? (see note)
Story Line
Weird creatures of the 5th Dimension create a super robot in order to send him to Earth to capture human beings to become slaves in that dimension. But Marvex retaliates against his masters, and, by means of an explosion, is blown out of the 5th Dimension to Earth.

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Ali Hassan and His Desert Pirates
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Bob Strong, a member of the French Foreign Legion, is ordered to stop the plundering of caravans by the evil Ali Hassan.

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"It's a sure cure for what ails you!"
Script
Joe Beck ?
Pencils
Otto Eppers ?
Story Line
The traveling medicine man is selling his "Palsy Walsy" tonic with no success.
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First Appearance of Robin (Dick Grayson) and Tony Zucco

Robin the Boy Wonder
Bill Finger
Bob Kane (signed)
Bob Kane (signed)
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson] (introduction, origin); John Grayson (introduction, Dick's father, death); Mary Grayson (introduction, Dick's mother, death); Mr. Haly (Haly Circus owner); Boss Zucco [Anthony Zucco] (villain, introduction); Blade (villain, death)
"Robin the Boy Wonder" Dick Grayson watches his parents die and overhears the killers confessing the point, and he decides to tip off the Police. However, the Batman intervenes to save the boy's life, and trains him to become his partner, Robin the Boy Wonder. Then the duo head out to gather evidence needed to put the criminals behind bars.
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Published April 1940 by DC Tags: Robin First Appearance Dick Grayson Tony Zucco

First Appearance of Robin (Dick Grayson) and Tony Zucco

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Story Title
Robin the Boy Wonder
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Cover Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson] (introduction, origin); John Grayson (introduction, Dick's father, death); Mary Grayson (introduction, Dick's mother, death); Mr. Haly (Haly Circus owner); Boss Zucco [Anthony Zucco] (villain, introduction); Blade (villain, death)
Storyline
"Robin the Boy Wonder" Dick Grayson watches his parents die and overhears the killers confessing the point, and he decides to tip off the Police. However, the Batman intervenes to save the boy's life, and trains him to become his partner, Robin the Boy Wonder. Then the duo head out to gather evidence needed to put the criminals behind bars.

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The Electrical Assassin
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Maurice Kashuba (signed)
Story Line
Bart nearly loses his life when he investigates a scientist's invention that produces lightning, which can be directed to any target the scientist desires, and with which he plans to terrorize the nation and eventually control it.

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Dr. Hydkil
Script
?
Pencils
Ken Ernst
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Red becomes involved in a murder mystery that has all the earmarks of a vampire killer. Instead he runs smack dab into a crazed medical genius bent on becoming another Frankenstein!

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Phoney Jewel Robbery
Script
Jack Lehti (signed)
Pencils
Jack Lehti (signed)
Story Line
The Crimson investigates and puts to an end an insideous plan in which wealthy people pay to have their jewels stolen, then get them returned after having collected the insurance on them.

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Kidnapped
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?
Pencils
?
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The Kidnapped Singer [sic]
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Fred Guardineer (signed)
Story Line
Speed uncovers a plot by the supposed fiancee of singer Lora de Thiess, who had gotten himself into debt by gambling, then put the touch on Lora's theater to ransom her back from a kidnapping.

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The Gambler's Protector
Script
?
Pencils
Don Lynch (signed)
Story Line
Steve makes the discovery that the city's criminal rackets are being financed by the Police Commissioner.

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At The Arctic Circle
Script
Chad Grothkopf
Pencils
Chad Grothkopf
Story Line
Having to bail out of their plane over the arctic regions, Cliff and Dr. Broussard are shocked to find African natives living in the arctic with little clothing on. They are brought before the Chief of the Sabu Kingdom and informed about a serum the natives drink that permits them to live in the coldest of weather without clothing!

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The Big Fire
Script
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils
Dennis Neville (signed)
Story Line
Slam and Shorty help rescue people from a burning apartment building.
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Published [April 17] 1940 by Street and Smith
The Land of Terror (Part 1)
?
Henry Kiefer ?
? (painted)
Doc Savage; Monk; Ham; Kar [Oliver Bittman] (villain)
"The Land of Terror (Part 1)"
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Published [April 17] 1940 by Street and Smith

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The Land of Terror (Part 1)
Writer
?
Interior Art
Henry Kiefer ?
Cover Art
? (painted)
Character Appearances
Doc Savage; Monk; Ham; Kar [Oliver Bittman] (villain)
Storyline
"The Land of Terror (Part 1)"

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Part 1
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?
Pencils
?
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Double-Barreled Magic
Script
Walter Gibson ?
Pencils
Vernon Greene ?
Story Line
Norgil works with a Federal agent to rescue a man named Landseer from a mob using a circus as a front.

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The Gas Neutralizer Plans
Script
?
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?
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Death On the Construction Job
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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First Days At West Point
Script
Frank Garrison
Pencils
?
Story Line

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L' Liberator
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Nuggets of Doom
Script
?
Pencils
Jack Farr
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Murder At the De Gron Estate
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?
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?
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A Race For a Life
Script
?
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?
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Published April 1940 by Standard
The Mask Strikes
Norman Daniels (plot)
Raymond Thayer (signed)
L. North (swipe)
The Mask [Tony Colby] (first appearance, origin); Silk Davis (first appearance); Carol Smith (first appearance); Olly Snate (first appearance, villain)
"The Mask Strikes"
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The Mask Strikes
Writer
Norman Daniels (plot)
Interior Art
Raymond Thayer (signed)
Cover Art
L. North (swipe)
Character Appearances
The Mask [Tony Colby] (first appearance, origin); Silk Davis (first appearance); Carol Smith (first appearance); Olly Snate (first appearance, villain)
Storyline
"The Mask Strikes"

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The Beast Plague from Jupiter
Script
?
Pencils
Max Plaisted
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In No-Man's-Land
Script
?
Pencils
Leonard Sansone
Story Line

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The Black Inferno
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Payoff in Lead
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Deep Sea Drama on Parade
Script
?
Pencils
Ken Browne (signed)
Story Line

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The Forbes Case
Script
?
Pencils
Ray Lowry (signed)
Story Line

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I'm gone on a trip around the world...
Script
Klaus Nordling
Pencils
Klaus Nordling [as Nord] (signed)
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Fox
Eelo the Fish Man
?
Alex Blum
Lou Fine
Samson; Eelo (villain, introduction, death)
"Eelo the Fish Man"
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Published April 1940 by Fox

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Eelo the Fish Man
Writer
?
Interior Art
Alex Blum
Cover Art
Lou Fine
Character Appearances
Samson; Eelo (villain, introduction, death)
Storyline
"Eelo the Fish Man"

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Story Title
The Heidites of Mercury
Script
?
Pencils
Don Rico
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The Legend of the Haunted Well: Part 2
Script
?
Pencils
Grieg Chapman
Story Line

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Story Title
The Inventions of Prof. Snead
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Island in Space [The Hoppers]
Script
Fletcher Hanks [as Hank Christy] (signed)
Pencils
Fletcher Hanks [as Hank Christy] (signed)
Story Line
On their way to the Moon, Space Smith and Dianna encounter an island in space inhabited by the hostile Hoppers.

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Swallowed by a mysterious jungle tree...
Script
Toni Blum ?
Pencils
Bill Bossert
Story Line

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Story Title
Notice! In case you're interested...
Script
Fred Schwab
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line

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Miracle Men
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Fletcher Hanks
Pencils
Fletcher Hanks
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The Vanishing Vessels
Script
?
Pencils
Henry Kiefer
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Quality Comics
The Death Room
Will Eisner [as William Erwin Maxwell] (signed)
Lou Fine
Ed Cronin?
Doll Man [Darrel Dane]; Tim Smith; Grimes (villain, introduction, jewel thief)
"The Death Room" Doll Man borrows a model plane owned by Tim Smith to use as his personal aircraft in going after Grimes, a hideous jewel thief. After capturing the felon, Doll Man returns the plane to Smith along with a $10 bill.
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Story Title
The Death Room
Writer
Will Eisner [as William Erwin Maxwell] (signed)
Interior Art
Lou Fine
Cover Art
Ed Cronin?
Character Appearances
Doll Man [Darrel Dane]; Tim Smith; Grimes (villain, introduction, jewel thief)
Storyline
"The Death Room" Doll Man borrows a model plane owned by Tim Smith to use as his personal aircraft in going after Grimes, a hideous jewel thief. After capturing the felon, Doll Man returns the plane to Smith along with a $10 bill.

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Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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Script
Monte Barrett
Pencils
Russell E. Ross
Story Line

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Story Title
The Wicked Duke
Script
Vernon Henkel
Pencils
Vernon Henkel
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
John Devlin
Story Line

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Script
Ham Fisher
Pencils
Ham Fisher
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Cal Hennings's Rustlers
Script
William A. Smith
Pencils
William A. Smith
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Script
George Marcoux
Pencils
George Marcoux
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Script
Sakren
Pencils
Sakren
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The Poison Gas Formula
Script
George E. Brenner (signed)
Pencils
George E. Brenner (signed)
Story Line
While pursing thieves who had stolen a secret military gas formula, the Clock leaps from his airplane and lands on another below. The crooks use the gas on him, but he is unaffected, and he theorizes that his mask must have been wet and prevented the gas from penetrating.

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?
Pencils
John Devlin
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Jasper Orin, Gun Runner
Script
Bob Powell
Pencils
Bob Powell
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Episode 31
Script
John J. Welch
Pencils
John J. Welch
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Script
Bob Zuppke
Pencils
R. W. Depew
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Story Title
The Dr. Croft Ruby Mystery: Part 2
Script
Alfred Andriola
Pencils
Alfred Andriola
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Open Season On Car Salesmen
Script
H. J. Tuthill
Pencils
H. J. Tuthill
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The Escaped Convicts
Script
Art Pinajian
Pencils
Art Pinajian
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Script
J. P. McEvoy
Pencils
J. H. Striebel
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Script
Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
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Script
Ed Reed
Pencils
Ed Reed
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"Brain Derby full dress test..."
Script
Rube Goldberg
Pencils
Rube Goldberg
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Mike McTigue's Grand Display
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
Ed Reed
Pencils
Ed Reed
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Script
Ed Reed
Pencils
Ed Reed
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Fiction House
"Shark meets a strange opponent on the far-off..."
?
George Tuska [as George Aksut)
Lou Fine
Shark Brodie; Stubby (Intro); Fritz (Intro); Blackie and his gang (Villain, Intro)
""Shark meets a strange opponent on the far-off...""
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"Shark meets a strange opponent on the far-off..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
George Tuska [as George Aksut)
Cover Art
Lou Fine
Character Appearances
Shark Brodie; Stubby (Intro); Fritz (Intro); Blackie and his gang (Villain, Intro)
Storyline
""Shark meets a strange opponent on the far-off...""

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"Kinks and friends are cruising about on a..."
Script
? [as Steve Broder]
Pencils
Steve Broder (signed)
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"Starring Saber, the mightiest and most intelligent man..."
Script
?
Pencils
Leonard Frank (signed)
Story Line

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"Haw! This guy that you're fighting tonight is..."
Script
Fred Schwab [as Fred Ricks]
Pencils
Fred Schwab [as Fred Ricks]
Story Line

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"Chip and his brave Skull Squad fight their way out..."
Script
? [as Ted Torrence]
Pencils
Charles Sultan
Story Line

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"I'll get behind this market racket if it's..."
Script
Herman Bolstein
Pencils
John Celardo (signed)
Story Line

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"'Big Red,' as Tom Farr's new partner, has discovered..."
Script
Fletcher Hanks [as Charles Netcher] (signed)
Pencils
Fletcher Hanks [as Charles Netcher] (signed)
Story Line
Big Red stops a group of lumber raiders who turn out to be wanted murderers.

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"The kid is great, Mary! A mere youngster..."
Script
? [as Chuck Walker]
Pencils
Dan Zolnerowich?; Arthur Peddy?
Story Line

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Story Title
The True Life Story of Tony Canzoneri
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Case 2: File-A: Clue-3
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell
Story Line

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"Born to defend himself in the dark continent..."
Script
? [as Hugh Bartlett]
Pencils
George Tuska
Story Line

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"Returning to the marine barracks from an evening..."
Script
Klaus Nordling [as Ed Norris]
Pencils
Klaus Nordling
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by DC
The Gambling Ship
Gardner F. Fox
Everett E. Hibbard
George Storm
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Joan Williams; Marcia van Doorn (introduction); Jimmy Norton (introduction); Mr. Norton (introduction); un-named group of gamblers (villains)
"The Gambling Ship" The Flash must rescue the son of a steel magnate who is kidnapped and held for ransom because his father supports a bill that makes gambling ships illegal.
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Story Title
The Gambling Ship
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Everett E. Hibbard
Cover Art
George Storm
Character Appearances
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Joan Williams; Marcia van Doorn (introduction); Jimmy Norton (introduction); Mr. Norton (introduction); un-named group of gamblers (villains)
Storyline
"The Gambling Ship" The Flash must rescue the son of a steel magnate who is kidnapped and held for ransom because his father supports a bill that makes gambling ships illegal.

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Story Title
The Stolen Message
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff
Story Line

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Story Title
The Thought Terror
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Sheldon Moldoff [as Shelly] (signed)
Story Line
Hawkman faces a ruthless individual who pretends to foretell the future to people, then hypnotizes them to carry out the future he predicted for them.

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Story Title
Johnny Fights for the Law
Script
John B. Wentworth
Pencils
Stan Aschmeier
Story Line
Daisy's father wins a bundle off the fight that Johnny won, but a thug is determined to take that bundle of loot, no matter what. When Johnny rounds up the criminal, he is offered a position as a G-Man.

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Story Title
The Deadly Pool
Script
Paul H. Jepson (signed)
Pencils
Paul H. Jepson (signed)
Story Line

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The Stolen Washton Jewels
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Harry Lampert
Story Line

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Where There's a Will
Script
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Pencils
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Plundered Peons
Script
John B. Wentworth
Pencils
Homer Fleming
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Centaur
?
Paul Gustavson
Harold DeLay
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Writer
?
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Harold DeLay

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Script
Claire S. Moe (credited)
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Harold Delay (credited)
Story Line

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Script
Jack Cole
Pencils
Jack Cole
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Ben Thompson (signed)
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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Fiction House
The Elephants' Graveyard ["Well, it looks like a pretty heated argument!"]
? [as W. Morgan Thomas]
Bob Powell
Bob Powell
Bob; Chim; Goda
"The Elephants' Graveyard ["Well, it looks like a pretty heated argument!"]"
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The Elephants' Graveyard ["Well, it looks like a pretty heated argument!"]
Writer
? [as W. Morgan Thomas]
Interior Art
Bob Powell
Cover Art
Bob Powell
Character Appearances
Bob; Chim; Goda
Storyline
"The Elephants' Graveyard ["Well, it looks like a pretty heated argument!"]"

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Story Title
"Peter and Tinymite seek refuge behind a toadstool..."
Script
? [as Golleh]
Pencils
Al Stahl?; Dick Briefer?
Story Line

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Story Title
The Siege of Thunder Isle ["Somewhere in the pirate-filled Caribbean, the tiny English-owned..."
Script
Will Eisner [as Willis B. Resnie]
Pencils
Will Eisner
Story Line

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Story Title
Case of the Frightened Killer: Case 2 / File-A / Clue-1
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell?
Story Line

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"Mom do you mind if I don't go..."
Script
S.M. Iger
Pencils
S.M. Iger
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"Uncle Otto, meet Miss Greta Glammer, your new..."
Script
? [as Carl Heck]
Pencils
Will Eisner? [as Carl Heck]
Story Line

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"Spencer Steel and his wife, vacation bound to..."
Script
? [as Dennis Colebrook]
Pencils
Klaus Nordling?
Story Line

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"Thanks to you, Stuart, we've been able to..."
Script
? [as Curt Davis]
Pencils
Lou Fine [pgs. 1-5]; Charles J. Mazoujian [pgs. 6-9]
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"ZX-5 and his fiancee, Manya Massal have been..."
Script
? [as Major Thorpe]
Pencils
Vern Henkel? [pgs. 1-5]; George Tuska [pgs. 6-9]
Story Line

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"Down a dusty road, silhouetted against the setting..."
Script
? [as Fred Sande]
Pencils
Lou Fine [pgs. 1-3];Frank Frollo? [pg. 4]; Charles Wojtkoski [pgs. 5,6]
Story Line

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Story Title
"I knew you were Edmond Dantes as soon..."
Script
?
Pencils
Lou Fine [as Jack Cortez]
Story Line

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Story Title
"Sung, what are you doing in America? Why..."
Script
? [as Geo. Thatcher]
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Fiction House
"The mighty white man of the jungle, Kaänga, is the only man feared by the ruthless Broot..."
? [as Red Brady]
Ken Jackson (signed)
Charles Sultan ?
Kaänga; Sam Broot (villain); Ann Mason; Cheba (leopard)
""The mighty white man of the jungle, Kaänga, is the only man feared by the ruthless Broot..."" Kaänga and Ann are captured by Broot, who forces Kaänga to labor for him as an act of humiliation. Cheba, rescues the pair and Broot and his mean are left in a tiger trap.
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Published April 1940 by Fiction House

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Story Title
"The mighty white man of the jungle, Kaänga, is the only man feared by the ruthless Broot..."
Writer
? [as Red Brady]
Interior Art
Ken Jackson (signed)
Cover Art
Charles Sultan ?
Character Appearances
Kaänga; Sam Broot (villain); Ann Mason; Cheba (leopard)
Storyline
""The mighty white man of the jungle, Kaänga, is the only man feared by the ruthless Broot..."" Kaänga and Ann are captured by Broot, who forces Kaänga to labor for him as an act of humiliation. Cheba, rescues the pair and Broot and his mean are left in a tiger trap.

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Story Title
"Two ex-convicts beat their way through the jungle..."
Script
? [as Taylor Martin]
Pencils
Arthur Peddy ?
Story Line
The Panther prevents two lost criminals from plundering the pitchblende of a tribe in his jungle. As punishment, he rolls the men in the pitchblende and releases them. A week later he finds them dead of radiation poisoning.

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Story Title
"There's that jungle wizard, Tabu! Hello there!"
Script
?
Pencils
R. L. Golden (signed)
Story Line
Tabu rescues a naturalist from the Bargonans, who breed lion-leopard hybrids to eat their enemies.

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Story Title
The Case of the Frightened Killer: Case 2: File A: Clue 2
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Powell ?
Story Line
The second clue in the murder mystery that is serialized across the Fiction House titles this month.

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Story Title
"Camilla, bemoaning the loss of the spring of her eternal youth and knowing her beauty and power are waning..."
Script
?
Pencils
C. A. Winter [as CAW]
Story Line
Camilla is exiled by her people for her cruelty. She encounters Jon and Ruth and transforms Jon into an ice statue and tells Ruth that if she will help her find the fountain of youth, Jon will be restored. Together they locate the fountain and Jon is returned to human form, and Camilla is once more restored to immortality. Sensing a change in Camilla, Jon and Ruth ask her people to return her to her throne and they agree.

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Story Title
"A fierce jungle tribe attacks the lonely outpost..."
Script
? [as Buck Johnson]
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line
The Ingaras attack Fort Death and capture Terry's men. He barely escapes and makes his way to the next outpost to raise a rescue party.

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Story Title
Thundering Herds
Script
? [as Roy L. Smith]
Pencils
Henry Kiefer [as Karl Kief](signed)
Story Line
Tawn and Ogg are captured by Larsen who plans to use them to lure Wambi to his death. Wambi and Lupa turn the tables on Larsen and free all the captured animals.

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Story Title
"A terrific storm is lashing the jungle..."
Script
?
Pencils
William M. Allison
Story Line
During a terrific storm, two of Simba's cubs become trapped beneath a fallen tree. Simba seeks the help of an elephant to free them.

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Story Title
"She sees, in a far-off laboratory, a famous scientist..."
Script
Fletcher Hanks [as Barclay Flagg] (signed)
Pencils
Fletcher Hanks [as Barclay Flagg] (signed)
Story Line
Fantomah stops a mad scientist who has taken control of the gorillas in the jungle, using a serum to make them super-intelligent. As punishment, she allows the gorillas to rip him to pieces, and then she restores them to normal intelligence.

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Story Title
"The young adventurous African explorer meets with more treachery..."
Script
? [as Courtney Thomason]
Pencils
?
Story Line
Roy rescues his safari clients from the savage Zungos.
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