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Published August 1942 by David McKay
Lee Falk
Ray Moore
Joe Musial
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Published August 1942 by David McKay

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Writer
Lee Falk
Interior Art
Ray Moore
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Joe Musial

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Doc Winner
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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A.D. Carter [as Ad Carter]
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Alex Raymond
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Sords
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Eugene Pollack
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H.H.Knerr
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Lyman Young
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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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Feg Murray
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Chic Young
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Hal Foster
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Russ Westover
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Lyman Young
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Joe Musial
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Doc Winner
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Billy DeBeck
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Jimmy Hatlo
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Published August 1942 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Prankster

The Case of the Crimeless Crimes
Jerry Siegel (signed)
John Sikela [as Joe Shuster] (signed)
Fred Ray
Superman [Clark Kent]; the Prankster (villain, introduction); Lois Lane; Sgt. Casey; Perry White
"The Case of the Crimeless Crimes" Clark and Lois are directed to a story involving a weird figure calling himself the Prankster, who breaks into a bank, only to leave a black bag "on deposit" that is chock full of money.
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Published August 1942 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of the Prankster

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Story Title
The Case of the Crimeless Crimes
Writer
Jerry Siegel (signed)
Interior Art
John Sikela [as Joe Shuster] (signed)
Cover Art
Fred Ray
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; the Prankster (villain, introduction); Lois Lane; Sgt. Casey; Perry White
Storyline
"The Case of the Crimeless Crimes" Clark and Lois are directed to a story involving a weird figure calling himself the Prankster, who breaks into a bank, only to leave a black bag "on deposit" that is chock full of money.

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Guns, Gold, and Glory!
Script
Joe Samachson ?
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Mort Meskin [as Mort Morton] (signed)
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Greg Sanders returns to his old home town out west, only to find criminals from the city have gone there to get away from him.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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The Valley of the Vultures
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Gardner F. Fox
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Louis Cazeneuve
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The Framer
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Ken Fitch
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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Ray McGill
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Ray McGill
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?
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Fred Ray [as Fray] (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff (signed)
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The Case of the Coconut Crimes!
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Gardner F. Fox
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Joseph Sulman (signed)
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Published August 1942 by DC
Finder's Keepers
Gardner F. Fox
Jack Burnley (signed)
Jack Kirby [as Kirby] (signed)
Starman [Ted Knight]; Doris Lee; Woodley Allen; Honey Jenkins; the Mist (villain)
"Finder's Keepers" The Mist engages in a campaign using valuable items that people find on the street to hypnotize the finder, and later perpetrating thefts from those individuals.
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Published August 1942 by DC

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Story Title
Finder's Keepers
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Jack Burnley (signed)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby [as Kirby] (signed)
Character Appearances
Starman [Ted Knight]; Doris Lee; Woodley Allen; Honey Jenkins; the Mist (villain)
Storyline
"Finder's Keepers" The Mist engages in a campaign using valuable items that people find on the street to hypnotize the finder, and later perpetrating thefts from those individuals.

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The Case of the Hi-Jacked Hep-Cats
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?
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Bernard Baily
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When some thugs steal the Minute Men's musical instruments and replaces them with new examples, the Hourman investigates and discovers that the stolen clarinet plays several notes that opens a mystery safe left behind by a millionaire.

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The Case of the Off-Key Crooner
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Alfred Bester
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Stan Kaye
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The Horseless Cowboy
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Henry Lynne Perkins
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Louis Cazeneuve
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The Stone of Vengeance
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Jack Kirby
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Jack Kirby
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Dreams of Doom
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Jack Kirby (signed)
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Jack Kirby (signed)
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One of America's richest men is afraid of the dark and turns to the Sandman to solve his problem and hopefully end his horrific nightmares. But the man's personal psychiatrist has different ideas.
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Published August 1942 by DC
The Tribe of Terror
Bill Finger
Irwin Hasen
Irwin Hasen [as I.H.] (signed)
Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Doiby Dickles; Irene Miller
"The Tribe of Terror" A crooked attorney uses terror to obtain valuable mineral wealth from an Indian reservation.
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Published August 1942 by DC

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The Tribe of Terror
Writer
Bill Finger
Interior Art
Irwin Hasen
Cover Art
Irwin Hasen [as I.H.] (signed)
Character Appearances
Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Doiby Dickles; Irene Miller
Storyline
"The Tribe of Terror" A crooked attorney uses terror to obtain valuable mineral wealth from an Indian reservation.

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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Dr. McNider Appeals to Patriots
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Charles Reizenstein
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Stan Aschmeier
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The Blueprints
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Jon L. Blummer (signed)
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Jon L. Blummer (signed)
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The Heinkel Long Range Bomber
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Falcon Mathieu (signed)
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Falcon Mathieu (signed)
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The Barber Shop Gangsters
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John B. Wentworth
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Irv Novick
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The Broken Window
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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Sheldon Mayer (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Al Smith [as Bud Fisher] (signed)
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Death Test
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John B. Wentworth ?
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Howard Purcell
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The Society of the Black Dragon
Script
Bill O'Connor
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Ben Flinton
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Published August-September 1942 by DC

Wonder Woman Joins the JSA

The Black Dragon (introduction)
Gardner F. Fox
Jack Burnley
Jack Burnley
Justice Society of America [The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Dr. Charles McNider]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Starman [Ted Knight]; The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; The Atom [Al Pratt]; Johnny Thunder; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince] (volunteer secretary)]; un-named War Department official (death); un-named War Department Lieutenant General; un-named War Department Major; The Black Dragon Society [un-named Old Wise Man; others also un-named] (villains)
"The Black Dragon (introduction)" The leader of the secret Black Dragon Society has targeted America's secret weapons as their next area of operation. Meanwhile, at the regular JSA meeting, Chairman Hawkman announces that Wonder Woman has volunteered to be the group's Secretary for the rest of the war. The War Department has asked the Justice Battalion to investigate the threat of the Black Dragon Society and their messenger notifies them that eight inventors have been overcome and their inventions stolen. The Battalion members are each given sealed envelopes containing information on tracking down these items.
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Published August-September 1942 by DC

Wonder Woman Joins the JSA

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Story Title
The Black Dragon (introduction)
Writer
Gardner F. Fox
Interior Art
Jack Burnley
Cover Art
Jack Burnley
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [The Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Dr. Charles McNider]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Starman [Ted Knight]; The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; The Atom [Al Pratt]; Johnny Thunder; Wonder Woman [Diana Prince] (volunteer secretary)]; un-named War Department official (death); un-named War Department Lieutenant General; un-named War Department Major; The Black Dragon Society [un-named Old Wise Man; others also un-named] (villains)
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"The Black Dragon (introduction)" The leader of the secret Black Dragon Society has targeted America's secret weapons as their next area of operation. Meanwhile, at the regular JSA meeting, Chairman Hawkman announces that Wonder Woman has volunteered to be the group's Secretary for the rest of the war. The War Department has asked the Justice Battalion to investigate the threat of the Black Dragon Society and their messenger notifies them that eight inventors have been overcome and their inventions stolen. The Battalion members are each given sealed envelopes containing information on tracking down these items.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter)1]
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Gardner F. Fox
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Sheldon Moldoff [as Shelly] (signed)
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Hawkman must locate and secure a giant propeller guided by the human brain. Once he finds it, he must stop it from being used to drop bombs on New York. He does and uses the propeller to destroy the Japanese dragon sect's castle lair, when suddenly the Thunderbolt whisks him away to...?

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 2)
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Gardner F. Fox
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Cliff Young (signed)
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The Sandman jumps in his Sandcar and heads for a desolate spot in northern New England in order to track down and secure the lost "Greek Fire" which can burn on water. He finds and rescues the kidnapped inventor, but is overcome by treachery, and thrown into a flaming lake. Using a supply of sand, he is able to put out a small portion of the fire, release himself from his bonds and rout the surprised Japanese before being whisked away by Johnny's Thunderbolt.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 3)
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Gardner F. Fox
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Ben Flinton
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The Atom heads for San Francisco and first meets with an assistant who developed an explosive so powerful, a single grain could blow up a ship. Atom learns that the Black Dragon intends to blow up the whole city of San Francisco. A Japanese-American agrees to lead the Atom to the hideout of the sect, where he changes to Al Pratt, disguises himself as one of the workmen tunneling under the city, changes back to his fighting togs, then finishes off the enemy before the Thunderbolt comes for him.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 4)
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Gardner F. Fox
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Jack Burnley
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Starman is hot on the trail of the Black Dragon when he suddenly spots a giant dirigible with the stolen U.S. dive bombers hanging from it, ready to launch an attack. The Astral Avenger succeeds in destroying several before they climb beyond his range into the stratosphere. He lands at a lab and contructs a device that will keep him warm in those altitudes, then heads back out to finish the job. Just as he succeeds, up pops the Thunderbolt to take him to Johnny.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 5)
Script
Gardner F. Fox
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Bernard Klein
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Doctor Fate discovers the invention he is to recover out in the desert: a gigantic tank with a long-barreled flame thrower attached, and he dispaches it very quickly. Unknown to Fate, the Japanese have taken American Indian women and children hostage, forcing the men to try to re-take the tank from the Man of Magic. They overcome him with gas and capture the tank. After Fate recovers, he tracks down the Japanese and takes them on, with some help from the Indians. As he is being thanked, Fate is carried away by the Thunderbolt.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 6)
Script
Gardner F. Fox
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Stan Aschmeier
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Dr. Mid-Nite's assignment is to find a Dr. Stander, inventor of an Y-Ray that can heal wounds and save lives. Not knowing where to look, Mid-Nite goes to the professor's lab, forges a note in Stander's hand and places it in a safe in the lab, which is found by the Police. A notice is put in the newspapers that Charles McNider has a copy of the formula for the Y-Ray, so the Black Dragon hunts him down and imprisons him with the good professor. McNider changes to Dr. Mid-Nite and defeats the Dragon as Stander destroys his invention, and soon after the Thunderbolt arrives on his urgent task.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 7)
Script
Gardner F. Fox
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Bernard Baily (signed)
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The Japanese have kidnapped Charles Reagan, inventor of the amazing rocket-bomb, and are holding him in a submarine submerged in the murky depths trying to pry information out of him. He relents and tells his captors how to build the device, which they do, and they send it on its way to Chicago. The Spectre spots it, diverts it to Japan, then rescues the inventor, and captures the sub before the Thunderbolt shows up.

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The Black Dragon (Chapter 8)
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Gardner F. Fox
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Stan Aschmeier
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When Johnny opens his orders, he discovers that the War Department wants him to stay out of the situation completely! Angry, Johnny says the magic words and declares to the Thunderbolt that he'd like to be in the thick of things, and the Thunderbolt promptly drops him into the lap of the Black Dragons. They try every which way to dispose of Johnny, including several clones of him the T-Bolt whips up, until Johnny finally tells the Thunderbolt to get help from the other members before they succeed.

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The Black Dragon (conclusion)
Script
Gardner F. Fox
Pencils
Jack Burnley
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The Justice Battalion members arrive, save Johnny and round up the other members of the sect. Johnny and the rest then meet with Wonder Woman the next day to file their report of this adventure.
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Published August-September 1942 by DC
Brothers in Crime!
Don Cameron
Jerry Robinson [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Jerry Robinson
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Rafferty Brothers [Peter (death); Steve (death); Mike (death)] (villains)
"Brothers in Crime!" While visiting their trophy room, the Caped Crusaders come across a bullet-proof vest, a keepsake from a case invoving the Rafferty Brothers, who unwittingly implicated their brother Peter in a murder.
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Published August-September 1942 by DC

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Story Title
Brothers in Crime!
Writer
Don Cameron
Interior Art
Jerry Robinson [as Bob Kane] (signed)
Cover Art
Jerry Robinson
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Rafferty Brothers [Peter (death); Steve (death); Mike (death)] (villains)
Storyline
"Brothers in Crime!" While visiting their trophy room, the Caped Crusaders come across a bullet-proof vest, a keepsake from a case invoving the Rafferty Brothers, who unwittingly implicated their brother Peter in a murder.

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?
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George Storm
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Ray McGill (signed)
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Ray McGill (signed)
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The Wizard of Words!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane (signed)
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Batman must once again battle the Harlequin of Hate, who, this time, decides to carry out, word for word, the slang words that people use every day in order to commit his crimes.

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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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Russell Cole [as Alger] (signed)
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They Thrill to Conquer!
Script
Bill Finger
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Jack Burnley [as Bob Kane] (signed)
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Batman must battle a gang of criminals who are trying to blackmail professional stuntmen.

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?
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George Storm
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Around the Clock with the Batman!
Script
Bill Finger
Pencils
Bob Kane (signed)
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Gotham City celebrates "Batman Day", honoring all of the Caped Crusader's amazing accomplishments. And the events leading up to that day also helps Bruce Wayne complete the last chapter of a book he is writing.
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Published August 1942 by Columbia
Enter: Captain Steele
?
?
Ogden Whitney
Captain Steele (introduction)
"Enter: Captain Steele"
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Published August 1942 by Columbia

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Story Title
Enter: Captain Steele
Writer
?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Ogden Whitney
Character Appearances
Captain Steele (introduction)
Storyline
"Enter: Captain Steele"

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All Rescued But One
Script
Ham Fisher
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Ham Fisher
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The Devilish Discs
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Gardner Fox
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Ogden Whitney
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Halfpint the Superbaby
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Boody Rogers
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Boody Rogers
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The Black Dragon Society Strikes
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Gardner Fox
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Ogden Whitney
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The Jon Tedder Mystery
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J. P. McEvoy
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John H. Striebel
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The Sinking of the S. S. LATITE
Script
Gardner Fox
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Ogden Whitney
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strip reprint
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?
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?
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The American Avengers
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?
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Ogden Whitney
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Published August 1942 by Holyoke
"The mysterious murder of a world-famous scientist..."
? [as Charles Nicholas]
Pierce Rice
Allen Ulmer (signed)
Blue Beetle [Dan Garret]; Joan Mason; Mike Mannigan; The "Mad Doctor" (villain, intro, death); Dr. Franz
""The mysterious murder of a world-famous scientist..."" The Blue Beetle goes up against a mad scientist with an "ice gun" who captures Joan and Mike.
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Published August 1942 by Holyoke

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"The mysterious murder of a world-famous scientist..."
Writer
? [as Charles Nicholas]
Interior Art
Pierce Rice
Cover Art
Allen Ulmer (signed)
Character Appearances
Blue Beetle [Dan Garret]; Joan Mason; Mike Mannigan; The "Mad Doctor" (villain, intro, death); Dr. Franz
Storyline
""The mysterious murder of a world-famous scientist..."" The Blue Beetle goes up against a mad scientist with an "ice gun" who captures Joan and Mike.

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"The Jap Beetle...The little pest from across the seas..."
Script
?
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Sol Brodsky ?
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Blue Beetle solves a case of Japanese infiltrators killing soldiers on leave by placing mechanical beetle weapons in their houses.

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The Death Mask
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?
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Charles Quinlan ?
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The Blue Beetle must fight a crime lord who wears a green skull mask and seems to be able to kill by pointing his finger.

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Patriots Fight For the Right
Script
? [as Jay Foster]
Pencils
?
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A mortally wounded Agent V-19 tells the rest of the V-Group he has found the location of the radio station that is broadcasting defense secrets. V-Man joins Agents V-66 and Ginger Dare in capturing Schutz, the German commander.

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The Hooded Spectre of Death
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?
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Christopher Schaare ?
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A boy becomes the target of murder attempts after uncovering a hooded bank robber's secret.

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"A mule's kick felt like the tap of a featther..."
Script
?
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Joe Kubert (signed)
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Spark and Chuck rescue a radio operator from fascist Italians who were forcing him to aid their cause.
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Published August 1942 by Novelty Press
"Summertime -- And at the home of Dick's guardian..."
Bob Davis
Bob Davis
Ray Gill ?
""Summertime -- And at the home of Dick's guardian...""
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"Summertime -- And at the home of Dick's guardian..."
Writer
Bob Davis
Interior Art
Bob Davis
Cover Art
Ray Gill ?
Storyline
""Summertime -- And at the home of Dick's guardian...""

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"Perilous adventure at the seashore..."
Script
Harold DeLay (signed)
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Ray Gill (signed)
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"Nazi planes over New York!"
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?
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Alan Mandel
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"This is Lute, the little man with the big voice..."
Script
Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren]
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Jack Warren [as Jack A. Warren]
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"...An' White Rider will report ta Hawkins City..."
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?
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?
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"Saboteurs! Stop them!"
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?
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John Daly
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"It's the fighting 141st Infantry of Texas..."
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?
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H. C. Kiefer
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"War in the Pacific!"
Script
Bill O'Connor
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Ben Flinton
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"Gorillas, ghosts, and gangsters!"
Script
Mickey Spillane (signed)
Pencils
John Jordan (signed)
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Published August 1942 by Lev Gleason
The Touch of the Leper
Charles Biro
Charles Biro
Charles Biro
The Leper (first appearance)
"The Touch of the Leper"
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Published August 1942 by Lev Gleason

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Story Title
The Touch of the Leper
Writer
Charles Biro
Interior Art
Charles Biro
Cover Art
Charles Biro
Character Appearances
The Leper (first appearance)
Storyline
"The Touch of the Leper"

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Thumbs Up, America
Script
?
Pencils
Alan Mandel
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Alexandre Tchekolin
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Dick Wood?
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Ed Smalle
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The Fire Trick
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Dick Briefer
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Dick Briefer
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Striker the Assassin
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Dick Wood?
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Norman Maurer
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The Case of Tiny Delara
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Bob Wood
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Bob Wood
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The Curse of Captain Hogan
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?
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Frank Volp
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The Defense Bond Campaign
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Charles Biro?
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Bart Tumey
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Alabeezer the Alchemist
Script
Dick Briefer
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Dick Briefer
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Published August 1942 by Marvel
The Monster from the Morgue
Stan Lee ?
Al Avison (signed)
Al Avison (signed)
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Bucky [Bucky Barnes]; Dr. Thomas Austin; Judge Hudson (death); Judge Basset; Judge Johnson; Dr. Jason Weirdler (Dr. Austin's assistant, death); Killer Kole (villain, introduction, death, human brain in gorilla body)
"The Monster from the Morgue" A jealous scientist named Dr. Weirdler learns one of his colleagues has developed a serum that will reanimate dead bodies and is planning on testing it on a recently deceased gorilla. Dr. Weirdler takes the brain of an executed criminal named Killer Kole and places it in the gorilla's body. The experiment doesn't seem to work and the medical students bury the gorilla's body where the grave is struck by lightning and Killer Kole is revived. His goes to the zoo and breaks out a pair of gorillas for his mob and then sets out on a path of vengeance against the three judges who sent him to the chair. Dr. Weirdler informs Cap about the beast terrorizing the city and then takes a knife thrown at Cap to atone for his crime. Cap socks Killer Kole off a highrise and he falls to his doom.
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Published August 1942 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Monster from the Morgue
Writer
Stan Lee ?
Interior Art
Al Avison (signed)
Cover Art
Al Avison (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Bucky [Bucky Barnes]; Dr. Thomas Austin; Judge Hudson (death); Judge Basset; Judge Johnson; Dr. Jason Weirdler (Dr. Austin's assistant, death); Killer Kole (villain, introduction, death, human brain in gorilla body)
Storyline
"The Monster from the Morgue" A jealous scientist named Dr. Weirdler learns one of his colleagues has developed a serum that will reanimate dead bodies and is planning on testing it on a recently deceased gorilla. Dr. Weirdler takes the brain of an executed criminal named Killer Kole and places it in the gorilla's body. The experiment doesn't seem to work and the medical students bury the gorilla's body where the grave is struck by lightning and Killer Kole is revived. His goes to the zoo and breaks out a pair of gorillas for his mob and then sets out on a path of vengeance against the three judges who sent him to the chair. Dr. Weirdler informs Cap about the beast terrorizing the city and then takes a knife thrown at Cap to atone for his crime. Cap socks Killer Kole off a highrise and he falls to his doom.

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Script
Red Holmdale (signed)
Pencils
Red Holmdale (signed)
Story Line
No matter what duty Sergeant Thunder appoints to McQuirk and Blackout, everything goes wrong!

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Sub-Earthmen's Revenge!
Script
Stan Lee ?
Pencils
Al Avison (signed)
Story Line
Cap and Bucky must battle the Spook and his Sub-Earth army, who seek to stop the American Army from conducting operations against the enemy.

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The China Road
Script
?
Pencils
Jimmy Thompson
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When the Japanese have nearly succeeded in shutting off the China Road to Allied convoys, the Fighting Yank discovers treason within his own ranks and ferrets out the traitor.

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Machine of Doom!
Script
Stan Lee ?
Pencils
Al Avison (signed)
Story Line
Believing that men are good, but that their will to self destruction (perpetrated by the Devil) over-rides the good they can do and only places the world in danger, Professor Mott decides to destroy the world!

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The Stolen Birth Certificates
Script
Stan Lee
Pencils
Don Rico
Story Line
Roddy, as the Secret Stamp, attempts to battle some criminals who are getting people's birth certificates for gang members so they could be hired into defense plants for the purpose of sabotage.
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Published August 21, 1942 by Fawcett
Henry's Grandmother
Marc Swayze
Marc Swayze
Dave Berg
Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
"Henry's Grandmother"
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Published August 21, 1942 by Fawcett

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Henry's Grandmother
Writer
Marc Swayze
Interior Art
Marc Swayze
Cover Art
Dave Berg
Character Appearances
Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
Storyline
"Henry's Grandmother"

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The Unwilling Toys
Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
C. C. Beck
Story Line

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Happy Berthday!
Script
Al Liederman
Pencils
Al Liederman
Story Line

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Nippo Meets His Nemesis
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Costanza
Story Line

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Captain Marvel, Detective
Script
?
Pencils
Pete Costanza
Story Line
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Published August 1942 by Harvey
"Crime wages vicious warfare in a constant effort to dim the beacon lights of democracy..."
?
H. C. Kiefer
Jack Kirby
""Crime wages vicious warfare in a constant effort to dim the beacon lights of democracy...""
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Published August 1942 by Harvey

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"Crime wages vicious warfare in a constant effort to dim the beacon lights of democracy..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
H. C. Kiefer
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Storyline
""Crime wages vicious warfare in a constant effort to dim the beacon lights of democracy...""

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"The Champ, the greatest athlete in the history of Midwest College..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Duke O'Dowd, cab driver, possesses the priceless invention of an ancient Tibetan prince..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"A magician versed in all the strange lore of his art..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Dan and Diane are Weston's adventurous high school twins..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Last month we left the great detective, Padlock Homes, and his American assistant in an autogiro..."
Script
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Pencils
Ed Wheelan (signed)
Story Line

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"To-day, kidlets, I'm going to tell you about my adventures on a South Sea island."
Script
? [as Armstrong] (signed)
Pencils
? [as Armstrong] (signed)
Story Line

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City Girl
Script
?
Pencils
Pierce Rice
Story Line

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Story Title
Never again!"
Script
Art Helfant (signed)
Pencils
Art Helfant (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
"Boy, it's a perfeck day!"
Script
? [as Jordan] (signed)
Pencils
? [as Jordan] (signed)
Story Line
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Published [August] 1942 by Gilberton
The Last of the Mohicans
James Fenimore Cooper (original novel); Al Kanter (adaptation)
Ray Ramsey
"The Last of the Mohicans"
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Published [August] 1942 by Gilberton

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Story Title
The Last of the Mohicans
Writer
James Fenimore Cooper (original novel); Al Kanter (adaptation)
Interior Art
Ray Ramsey
Storyline
"The Last of the Mohicans"
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Published August 1942 (September 1942 by Marvel
"I'm getting tired pushing it so I thought this up out of my own head."
?
Lou Paige (signed)
Mike Sekowsky
Otto Bragg (first appearance); Snippy (first appearance)
""I'm getting tired pushing it so I thought this up out of my own head.""
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Published August 1942 (September 1942 by Marvel

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Story Title
"I'm getting tired pushing it so I thought this up out of my own head."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Lou Paige (signed)
Cover Art
Mike Sekowsky
Character Appearances
Otto Bragg (first appearance); Snippy (first appearance)
Storyline
""I'm getting tired pushing it so I thought this up out of my own head.""

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Introducing Wheezy... and his pal Private Breezy!
Script
?
Pencils
Reney (signed)
Story Line

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"Ah! It's finished!"
Script
?
Pencils
Sol Brodsky [as SOL] (signed)
Story Line

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In Hollywood
Script
?
Pencils
Chuck A. Winter [as Chuck Winter] (signed)
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Enter: The Creeper
Script
?
Pencils
Ed Winiarski [as Win] (signed)
Story Line

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The Spider Strikes
Script
Harry Douglas [as Harry / Douglas] (signed)
Pencils
Harry Douglas [as Harry / Douglas] (signed)
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Mike Sekowsky
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Louis Ferstadt
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Clive Yeadon
Story Line

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The Cult of the Black Widow Spiders
Script
?
Pencils
Red Holmdale
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Introducting Maymee
Script
?
Pencils
Chic Stone?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Alan Mandel? (Emby)
Story Line
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Published August 1942 by Lev Gleason
Blood and Sawdust
Charles Biro
Charles Biro (signed)
Charles Biro
Daredevil [Bart Hill]
"Blood and Sawdust"
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Published August 1942 by Lev Gleason

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Blood and Sawdust
Writer
Charles Biro
Interior Art
Charles Biro (signed)
Cover Art
Charles Biro
Character Appearances
Daredevil [Bart Hill]
Storyline
"Blood and Sawdust"

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The Paralyzing Ray
Script
Dick Wood?
Pencils
Bob Montana (signed)
Story Line

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Riot on Pier Thirteen
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Scoop Vs. Hitler
Script
Basil Wolverton
Pencils
Basil Wolverton (credited)
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The Black Mask Unmasks
Script
?
Pencils
Dick Briefer (signed)
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Bob Montana (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Case of the Giant Amoeba
Script
?
Pencils
Alan Mandel (signed)
Story Line

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Story Title
The Nick Cippola Story
Script
Bob Montana
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Story Title
Who He Really Is and How He Came To Be
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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First Appearance and Origin of Two-Face

The Crimes of Two-Face!
Bill Finger; Bob Kane (idea)
Bob Kane (signed)
Jerry Robinson
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Superman [Clark Kent] (image); Gilda (Kent's fiancee, a sculptress, introduction); Dr. Ekhart; Two-Face [Harvey Kent] [aka
"The Crimes of Two-Face!" At a criminal trial, D.A. Harvey Kent is disfigured by acid thrown into his face, and the shock drives him to become a master criminal who bases all of his crimes on the number two, and who uses a two-headed silver dollar to decide if he will keep the loot from a crime or not.
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Story Title
The Crimes of Two-Face!
Writer
Bill Finger; Bob Kane (idea)
Interior Art
Bob Kane (signed)
Cover Art
Jerry Robinson
Character Appearances
Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Superman [Clark Kent] (image); Gilda (Kent's fiancee, a sculptress, introduction); Dr. Ekhart; Two-Face [Harvey Kent] [aka
Storyline
"The Crimes of Two-Face!" At a criminal trial, D.A. Harvey Kent is disfigured by acid thrown into his face, and the shock drives him to become a master criminal who bases all of his crimes on the number two, and who uses a two-headed silver dollar to decide if he will keep the loot from a crime or not.

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Story Title
The Sphinx Speaks
Script
Jack Kirby ?; Joe Simon ?
Pencils
Jack Kirby; Joe Simon ?
Story Line
In the year 3045 A.D., scholars unearth an ancient battlefield and try to reconstruct what happened there.

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Script
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Pencils
Henry Boltinoff (signed)
Story Line

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Murder Will Out
Script
Jack Lehti (signed)
Pencils
Jack Lehti (signed)
Story Line

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Little Discs of Death
Script
?
Pencils
Louis Cazeneuve
Story Line

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Story Title
The Adventure of the Shooting Spooks
Script
Murray Boltinoff ?
Pencils
Lee Harris (signed)
Story Line
D.A. Cole dies, and Larry Jordan is arrested for his murder.

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Story Title
Case of the Dripping Drum
Script
?
Pencils
Howard Sherman
Story Line
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Published August 1942 by Standard
"Bob Benton, meek young druggist..."
Richard Hughes ?
?
Elmer Wexler ?
""Bob Benton, meek young druggist...""
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"Bob Benton, meek young druggist..."
Writer
Richard Hughes ?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Elmer Wexler ?
Storyline
""Bob Benton, meek young druggist...""

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"Transformed by Lamesis..."
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"We've drawn a bomber in the cross-country flight!"
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Oksner
Story Line

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The Secret of the Singing Tomb
Script
?
Pencils
Bob Oksner
Story Line

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Larry Burns Out a Hornet's Nest
Script
Robert Leslie Bellem ?
Pencils
Max Plaisted
Story Line

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"Better hurry for the USO vaudeville show, Sarge!"
Script
?
Pencils
Maurice Gutwirth
Story Line

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"In the native quarter of Hanoi..."
Script
?
Pencils
George Mandel
Story Line

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"Cap Main--up at Silverton--is in trouble, Jim!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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The Human Manikins
? [as William Erwin Maxwell] (signed)
Reed Crandall
Lank Leonard ?
Doll Man [Darrel Dane]; De Swank (villain, introduction); Samson (villain, introduction); Von Frolica (villain, introduction); un-named Nazi spies (villains, introduction for all)
"The Human Manikins" Martha is kidnapped by De Swank, who owns a department store in which he turns women into lifelike manikins with a serum he intends to sell to Fifth Columnists.
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The Human Manikins
Writer
? [as William Erwin Maxwell] (signed)
Interior Art
Reed Crandall
Cover Art
Lank Leonard ?
Character Appearances
Doll Man [Darrel Dane]; De Swank (villain, introduction); Samson (villain, introduction); Von Frolica (villain, introduction); un-named Nazi spies (villains, introduction for all)
Storyline
"The Human Manikins" Martha is kidnapped by De Swank, who owns a department store in which he turns women into lifelike manikins with a serum he intends to sell to Fifth Columnists.

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"When is your uncle Phil gonna start playing golf?"
Script
Lank Leonard
Pencils
Lank Leonard
Story Line

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The Caretaker's Ghost
Script
Toni Blum
Pencils
Al Bryant
Story Line

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"You and Duck-on-a-Rock better look for new jobs..."
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?
Pencils
Bernard Dibble
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Jungle Storm
Script
?
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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The Great Ghost Herd
Script
?
Pencils
Alex Koda
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"When are you going to beat those rugs, Vincent?"
Script
?
Pencils
Bernard Dibble
Story Line

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Jack Traxe's Leveraged Buyout
Script
Phil Martin
Pencils
Phil Martin
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The Stepfather's Comeuppance
Script
Gill Fox
Pencils
Gill Fox
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The Ghost Ship
Script
?
Pencils
Art Pinajian
Story Line

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The Japanese Transformation Drug
Script
Paul Gustavson
Pencils
Paul Gustavson
Story Line

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"Hello folks--it's picnic time!"
Script
Arthur Beeman
Pencils
Arthur Beeman
Story Line

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"Death Steals the Show of the Great Darbun Circus!"
Script
Frank Borth [as Frank M. Borth] (signed)
Pencils
Frank Borth [as Frank M. Borth] (signed)
Story Line
Spider Widow investigates a series of mysterious but fatal accidents at the local circus, and discovers the owner, dressed as a clown, is responsible. It seems he owed his performers two years back wages, and, because he couldn't pay them off (and was going to lose ownership of the circus), he decided to murder the acts one at a time!

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Story Title
The General's Daughter
Script
?
Pencils
Witmer Williams [as Clark Williams] (signed)
Story Line
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Published August 1942 by Fiction House
"A slugging champion at all times, Kayo and..."
? [as Chuck Walker]
Lee Ames
Dan Zolnerowich (signed)
Kayo Kirby
""A slugging champion at all times, Kayo and...""
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Story Title
"A slugging champion at all times, Kayo and..."
Writer
? [as Chuck Walker]
Interior Art
Lee Ames
Cover Art
Dan Zolnerowich (signed)
Character Appearances
Kayo Kirby
Storyline
""A slugging champion at all times, Kayo and...""

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"A swash-buckling, free lance adventurer, Shark Brodie roams..."
Script
?
Pencils
Al Bryant
Story Line

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"After distinguishing himself as one of the most daring..."
Script
? [as Ted Torrence]
Pencils
Alex Blum
Story Line

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Story Title
Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo ["The Yankees' toughest sky-devil, Rip Carson, plunges down..."]
Script
? [as Rollin W. Bell]
Pencils
Rudy Palais
Story Line

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"With her glittering Hollywood successes a dream of..."
Script
? [as Morgan Hawkins]
Pencils
Nick Cardy [as Nick Viscardi] (signed)
Story Line

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"If you think you've got troubles, you ain't..."
Script
?
Pencils
Lee Ames
Story Line

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"And so, Armitage X. Devlin, private investigator, goes..."
Script
? [as John Campbell]
Pencils
Rafael Astarita
Story Line

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Bataan's One-Man Army
Script
? [as Walter T. Grant]
Pencils
Pagsilang Rey Isip?
Story Line
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