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Published August 1938 by Centaur
Tyrant's Gold
Arthur Pinajian
Arthur Pinajian
Bill Everett (signed)
"Tyrant's Gold"
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Published August 1938 by Centaur

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Story Title
Tyrant's Gold
Writer
Arthur Pinajian
Interior Art
Arthur Pinajian
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Bill Everett (signed)
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"Tyrant's Gold"

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?
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George Merkle
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Dragon Pass
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Arthur Pinajian
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Arthur Pinajian
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?
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Jussen (?)
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The Border War
Script
Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.]
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.]
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The Yellow Terror
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?
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Claire S. Moe
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Published September 1938 by Centaur
"It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge (introduction); Sari Marston; Peter Muhr; King Kurt; Minister Craid; Tal (villain, Lieutenant in command of Mannin); Vance Roy (villain)
""It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."" Steele heads to the planet out-post Mannin at the request of King Kurt to investigate the mysterious bat raids that supposedly have been occuring.
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Published September 1938 by Centaur

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"It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."
Writer
Bill Everett (signed)
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge (introduction); Sari Marston; Peter Muhr; King Kurt; Minister Craid; Tal (villain, Lieutenant in command of Mannin); Vance Roy (villain)
Storyline
""It is the year "X" (about 2500 A.D.) and our three friends......."" Steele heads to the planet out-post Mannin at the request of King Kurt to investigate the mysterious bat raids that supposedly have been occuring.

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An Excursion to Mars
Script
A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
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A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
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The Red Raider
Script
Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] (signed)
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Ed Moore [as E. McD. Moore, Jr.] (signed)
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"In the office of the French Foreign Legion in French Morrocco - a prominent merchant pleads..."
Script
Will Eisner
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Will Eisner
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The Sacred White Elephant
Script
Victor Dowling (credited)
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Victor Dowling (credited)
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Diamond of Doom
Script
Phil Richards (signed)
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J. M. Wilcox [as Milt Wilcox]
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Treachery on the Trail
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H. Muheim (signed)
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H. Muheim (signed)
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Rocks of Fate
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?
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?
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Published November 1938 by Centaur
"An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."
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Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Invex, the Invisible Man (villain, introduction); Vance Roy (villain)
""An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."" Steele and King Kurt arrived in the Guard Halls of Mannin, discovering utter destruction and an invisible man who over powers them both. Suddenly, a masked stranger appears, tells both of his captives that he has captured Sari, then fires a self-propelled bomb at the two.
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Published November 1938 by Centaur

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"An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Invex, the Invisible Man (villain, introduction); Vance Roy (villain)
Storyline
""An armed party under the direction of King Kurt..."" Steele and King Kurt arrived in the Guard Halls of Mannin, discovering utter destruction and an invisible man who over powers them both. Suddenly, a masked stranger appears, tells both of his captives that he has captured Sari, then fires a self-propelled bomb at the two.

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The Arrival of the Weekly Rocket-Ship Excursion on Mars
Script
A.S. Van Eerde (signed)
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A.S. Van Eerde (signed)
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"We find Dirk in his own private den in the castle..."
Script
Bill Everett ?
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Dirk and his friends steal his father's hydroplane and stumble across a handgun dated 1937. Even more mysterious is the fact that he and his friends discover an air-sealed tight room loaded with gold, guarded by an old prospector, who has been trapped in the room since the 1930's!

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Tracks in the Snow
Script
Howard L. Hastings ?
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Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed)
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Joe muses in his lonely, isolated cabin in the wintery wilderness over the fact that two motherless children have staked him to trap furs for the money and he has little to show for it.

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Fishermen's Luck
Script
Martin Filchock ?
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Martin Filchock [also as Filchock] (signed)
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Bob runs across a boat's Captain who has just sprained his ankle and helps him home, where he confides to Bob that some newspaper reporters have hired his boat to go fishing, and now he can't take them. Knowing the man needs the money desperately for he and his daughter, Bob agrees to take the men out to fish.

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Adventures of Newsreel Cameramen
Script
Frank Frollo ?
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Tom and Bill's boss sends them out on a story aboard a ship to get some war films shot unaware that many of the crew members are planning a mutiny. After the mutiny and death of the Captain, the pair are set adrift and picked up by Chinese troops who take them where the war action is.

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The Lama of Kadak
Script
Victor J. Dowling ?
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Victor J. Dowling (signed)
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Joe has set up camp in Tibet while on his quest to find snow leopards, and makes his way with Maudie to the monestary Kadak, where Maudie playfully plays with the Lama's hat, and is nearly killed for it until a young child puts it on. Later, the duo get to see the ceremony during which the new Lama of Kadak will be chosen.

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Man-Hunt
Script
William E. Eisner (signed)
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William E. Eisner (signed)
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Old Rufe refuses to tell Breed the location of his land charter that lays in one of the richest gold fields in the world, and is shot. Rufe comes to Rufe's aid and the Sheriff and Deputy track Breed to Rufe's cabin in the gold fields.
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Published December 1938 by Centaur
"We left Steele and King Kurt trapped......"
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Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Tal; Vance Roy (villain); Invex the Invisible Man (villain)
""We left Steele and King Kurt trapped......"" Saved from a rocket bomb by Invex, Steele and Kurt are shown how Sari and Tal have been frozen stiff, then a gadget is placed on them that makes them respond like robots.
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Published December 1938 by Centaur

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Story Title
"We left Steele and King Kurt trapped......"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kurt; Tal; Vance Roy (villain); Invex the Invisible Man (villain)
Storyline
""We left Steele and King Kurt trapped......"" Saved from a rocket bomb by Invex, Steele and Kurt are shown how Sari and Tal have been frozen stiff, then a gadget is placed on them that makes them respond like robots.

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Script
A. S. Van Eerde
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A. S. Van Eerde
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The Christmas Kid
Script
Bert Christman
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?
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The Floating City
Script
Arthur Pinajian
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Arthur Pinajian
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"The whole world goes topsy-turvy and Dick Kent is trapped by wierd (sic) men above the clouds." (synopsis from the table of contents in original).

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In a Prehistoric World
Script
Robert Louis Golden
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?
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Clarie S. Moe
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Clarie S. Moe
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Devil of the Deep
Script
Norman Daniels (signed)
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
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Published January 1939 by Centaur
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Bill Everett (signed)
Terry Gilkison
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kull; Vance Roy (villain); Invex the Invisible Man (reformed villain)
"" Invex gives Steele the power of invisibility in order to fool his chief, Vance Roy, and which leads to his capture.
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Published January 1939 by Centaur

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Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Terry Gilkison
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; King Kull; Vance Roy (villain); Invex the Invisible Man (reformed villain)
Storyline
"" Invex gives Steele the power of invisibility in order to fool his chief, Vance Roy, and which leads to his capture.

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Spectre of the Deep
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?
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?
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Shanghaied
Script
John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson] (signed)
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John Patterson [as J. A. Patterson] (signed)
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The Flaming Idol
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?
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?
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Double Trouble
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Jeo E. Buresch
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Jeo E. Buresch
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?
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?
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Guns For General Sing
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?
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?
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Published February 1939 by Centaur
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Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston
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Published February 1939 by Centaur

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?
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Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston

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Terror in the Desert
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?
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?
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The Vampire
Script
?
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
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It had been 97 years since the vampire of Salano had made an appearance, but when a woman and man were found, marks to their throats and bodies drained of blood, the authorities finally took the threat seriously and took steps to find the beast.
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Published March 1939 by Centaur
"Back on Earth, after their adventure on the planetoid Mannin..."
Bill Everett ?
Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Invex (the Invisible Man); Sari Marston (Steele's girl); Paul Marston (Sari's brother, spy for the Red Men of Venus); Martin (castle guard); Vance Roy (villain, mention only)
""Back on Earth, after their adventure on the planetoid Mannin..."" Invex reports to Steele that his formula for his new creation, the "Invisa-Ray", has been stolen from the safe. Unknown to either, Steele's girl has taken the formula and uses it on herself in order to trail Vance Roy unawares and see what evil plans he has in store. And what she discovers is too horrible to contemplate: the Yellow Star Army has seized control of the entire planet.
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Published March 1939 by Centaur

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Story Title
"Back on Earth, after their adventure on the planetoid Mannin..."
Writer
Bill Everett ?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Invex (the Invisible Man); Sari Marston (Steele's girl); Paul Marston (Sari's brother, spy for the Red Men of Venus); Martin (castle guard); Vance Roy (villain, mention only)
Storyline
""Back on Earth, after their adventure on the planetoid Mannin..."" Invex reports to Steele that his formula for his new creation, the "Invisa-Ray", has been stolen from the safe. Unknown to either, Steele's girl has taken the formula and uses it on herself in order to trail Vance Roy unawares and see what evil plans he has in store. And what she discovers is too horrible to contemplate: the Yellow Star Army has seized control of the entire planet.

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"You can land just to the right of the main building..."
Script
Bill Everett ?
Pencils
Bill Everett (signed)
Story Line
Dirk and the Princess arrive for her wedding to Prince Marcus, but they find the place overtaken by men in strange masks. They're captured, but Dirk escapes and frees the royal couple.

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Part 1 - The Professors Enemy!
Script
Carl Burgos (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos (signed)
Story Line
On their way home after the "Air-Sub" has undergone a series of tests, Professor Gray and the crew fly over Curley's land, who immediately issues orders to bring the DX down, but not to destroy it.

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Vanishing Men
Script
Arthur Pinajian (signed)
Pencils
Arthur Pinajian (signed)
Story Line
The Sheriff and his posse chase a group of bank robbers into the hills, where they disappear, which they seem to do every time they commit a crime! When the posse decides to pitch camp and await the outlaws to show themselves, the Sheriff decides to look around, and is spotted by the Phantom making his way to the lair of the bandits!

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Pay Off For Mr. Ghost
Script
Joe Buresch [as Joseph E. Buresch] (signed)
Pencils
Joe Buresch [as Joseph E. Buresch] (signed)
Story Line
The Captain ordered Pat to accompany a news reporter over to the Billings place to investigate spooky goings-on, and the pair believe one of Mr. Billing's servants is to blame. However, they discover that all three are in on the plan to scare the Billings' because they haven't been paid, and this investigation would result either in bad publicity for the Billings, or the servant's salaries getting paid.

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The Mysterious Poacher
Script
Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed)
Pencils
Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed)
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Captain Dale and his buddy scouted the area for missing animals, and discovered many of them beheaded or missing entirely, and suspect that a poacher was at work.

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"Flung from a meteor, which is spinning wildly..."
Script
?
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Munson Paddock [as Cecelia Munson] (signed)
Story Line
Flung from a meteor and landing on Earth, Eddie is spotted by two large birds, one of whom wants to take Eddie to his kids to play with. But the bird gets tired and drops Eddie: into a nudist camp!

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The Madhouse Murder Mystery
Script
E. F. Webster ? (signed)
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E. F. Webster (signed)
Story Line
Inspector Farrel is ordered by the Chief to investigate the report of a suicide at the Hillcrest Sanitarium, and pauses to question the nurse on duty when she is suddenly seized by a mysterious hooded figure in black and taken to a dungeon in the sanitarium for an immediate brain transplant.

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Fantastic Projects!
Script
?
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Terry Gilkison
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Published April 1939 by Centaur
"Our scene opens with an air battle........"
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Bill Everett (signed)
?
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; Paul Marston (Sari's brother, spy for the Red Men of Venus)
""Our scene opens with an air battle........"" Sari and Paul, in their plane, attack air units of the Yellow Star Army, and are shot down. When Steele rescues them, he places both under arrest and is in the process of returning them to the castle for trial. Paul knocks Steele out, then he and his sister head off in Steele's ship for.....?
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Published April 1939 by Centaur

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Story Title
"Our scene opens with an air battle........"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
?
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; Paul Marston (Sari's brother, spy for the Red Men of Venus)
Storyline
""Our scene opens with an air battle........"" Sari and Paul, in their plane, attack air units of the Yellow Star Army, and are shot down. When Steele rescues them, he places both under arrest and is in the process of returning them to the castle for trial. Paul knocks Steele out, then he and his sister head off in Steele's ship for.....?

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Invasion
Script
?
Pencils
Carl Burgos
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?
Pencils
Tarpe Mills
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Script
?
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Paul Gustavson (?)
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?
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Fred Guardineer
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?
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E.F. Webster
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?
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Robert Jenny
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Bombs of Destiny
Script
Will Harr
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Fred Gaurdineer
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Flood Valve "5"
Script
?
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Frank Frollo (signed)
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Fantastic Projects!
Script
?
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?
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Published May 1939 by Centaur
"Bound for Venus, Paul Marston pilots a stolen Earth-ship -"
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Bill Everett (signed)
Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; Paul Marston (brother of Sari, spy for the Red Men of Venus); Neo Nunn (villain, death); Vance Roy (villain)
""Bound for Venus, Paul Marston pilots a stolen Earth-ship -"" Sari and Paul for the planet Venus with Steele as their prisoner and are attacked and downed by another vessel. The pair go after the villaineous Vance Roy and eventually exonerate themselves from the suspicion of them working for Vance Roy.
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Published May 1939 by Centaur

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"Bound for Venus, Paul Marston pilots a stolen Earth-ship -"
Writer
?
Interior Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Cover Art
Bill Everett (signed)
Character Appearances
Skyrocket Steele Dodge; Sari Marston; Paul Marston (brother of Sari, spy for the Red Men of Venus); Neo Nunn (villain, death); Vance Roy (villain)
Storyline
""Bound for Venus, Paul Marston pilots a stolen Earth-ship -"" Sari and Paul for the planet Venus with Steele as their prisoner and are attacked and downed by another vessel. The pair go after the villaineous Vance Roy and eventually exonerate themselves from the suspicion of them working for Vance Roy.

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The Undersea World
Script
?
Pencils
Carl Burgos
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?
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Tarpe Mills
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"While building the tunnel under Long Island Sound, ..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson
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"I guess it's all up, Captain Turke."
Script
?
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Fred Guardineer
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Dangerous Seas
Script
Norman Daniels
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
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Stolen Jewels
Script
?
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Claire S. Moe
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"I'd like to run into the mad hunter today."
Script
?
Pencils
Jim Chambers (signed)
Story Line
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Published June 1939 by Centaur
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Bill Everett (signed)
Skyrocket Steele Dodge
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Published June 1939 by Centaur

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?
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?
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Bill Everett (signed)
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Skyrocket Steele Dodge

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"Get Prof. Gray on the Televisor!"
Script
Carl Burgos (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos (signed)
Story Line
Dr. Ralon reports from the Arctic Experimental Camp that he has succeeded to bring to life, through his evolutionizing machine, human beings, developed from animals. VBut his report is cut short when three figures, the leader a woman, crashes into his lab and uses an electronic pistol on the doctor. When Tim and the Professor go to investigate, the villainous trio capture them and the Air-Sub DX.

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?
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The Quest of the Golden Idol
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?
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?
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The Three "Bugs" on Weird Isle
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?
Pencils
?
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Devil of the Deep
Script
Norman Daniels (signed)
Pencils
Fred Guardineer
Story Line

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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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Published July 1939 by Centaur
"Uncle Oscar and his nephew Bill are off on a business trip..."
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A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
Paul Gustavson [as Gustavson] (signed)
Uncle Oscar; Bill (Oscar's nephew)
""Uncle Oscar and his nephew Bill are off on a business trip..."" Bill and Uncle Oscar are off on a business trip around the solar system, but are pulled over by a rocketcycle cop. When Uncle Oscar threatens the cop, he is sent before a judge who levies a strong sentence and fine for him.
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Published July 1939 by Centaur

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"Uncle Oscar and his nephew Bill are off on a business trip..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
A. S. Van Eerde (signed)
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson [as Gustavson] (signed)
Character Appearances
Uncle Oscar; Bill (Oscar's nephew)
Storyline
""Uncle Oscar and his nephew Bill are off on a business trip..."" Bill and Uncle Oscar are off on a business trip around the solar system, but are pulled over by a rocketcycle cop. When Uncle Oscar threatens the cop, he is sent before a judge who levies a strong sentence and fine for him.

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Story Title
Part 1: The Conqueror
Script
Carl Burgos (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos (signed)
Story Line
Upon hearing that Dr. Montan may yet be alive, according to a diary entry in which the doctor talks of "living diamonds" on Mystery Isle, Tim and company head out to check out the story. But when their ship is forced down miles from their destination, they believe that they were expected, and that "The Conqueror," who has returned, may in fact be Dr. Montan!

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"From the top of one of the towering buildings of the World's Fair..."
Script
Paul Gustavson ?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Story Line
The Fantom, mentioned in a book written in Icelandic thousands of years ago, appears on the scene at the World's Fair to stop a crooked contractor who is attempting to fraudulently prevent another contractor from fulfilling his contracts.

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"Major Ramsay - U.S.A. - has recieved a letter asking him to come to Scotland..."
Script
?
Pencils
Lochlan Field [as L. Field] (signed)
Story Line
Major Ransay receives a letter asking him to come to Glasgow, Scotland immediately, and after he arrives, he is met by a Colonel Ewan. Ewan asks him to join a group of people called the Inner Circle, which seeks to right wrongs in the world and straighten them out if at all possible. The first mission is to be in Hong Kong, victimized by a series of bombings.

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"Diana, I'm dying and I've left much unfinished!"
Script
Frank Frollo (signed)
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
Story Line
When Diana's uncle was dying, he passed onto Strand the Key of Souls and the duty to keep Psyk confined to the House of Souls. But soon after being given the Key, Diana is kidnapped by Psyk, and Strand follows her into the House of Souls.

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The C-20 Mystery
Script
Bill Everett (signed)
Pencils
Bill Everett (signed)
Story Line
While investigating a murder at the Cicero Warehouse, Bob and Micky are led to a dying dope peddler who keeps repeating "C-20", and Bob realizes that it is the number of a scow located nearby. Therein are discovered gang members dead or dying at the hands of Rita May, the drug peddler's sister, who she felt had ruined her sister. As the tale unfolds, Dutch Silver, whose gang brings the drugs into the area, arrives on the scene and there is a shootout.

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The Pardon
Script
Claire S. Moe (signed)
Pencils
Claire S. Moe (signed)
Story Line
Gretchen runs across young Adolphe, who has just found an edelweiss, the sign of betrothal. Both have been taught to hate one another, Adolphe because a Nisson had killed his great-grandfather and buried him in a glacier. But a freak accident soon reveals the truth.......100 years late.

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"Mighty fine hoss flesh, Kid."
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?
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?
Story Line
A pair of racing dudes challenge Grizzly's horse to a race for the prize of $10,000 going to the winner.
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Published August 1939 by Centaur
"Far to the North, vast wastes of land..."
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Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Paul Gustavson
Speed Centaur (introduction, origin); Norton (a trapper, death); Reel McCoy (newspaper reporter); Police Officer Quinn; "Killer" Diller (villain); Diller's gang (villains)
""Far to the North, vast wastes of land..."" After an earthquake in a chain of uncrossed mountains occurs, destroying a city in the process, a lone trapper, checking his traps, comes across a youthful Centaur, whom he takes back to his cabin. He learns the Centaur is the sole survivor of the City of Centaurs, destroyed in the earthquake, and so takes on the responsibility of raising the Centaur and encouraging him to fight crime, which he does, teaming up with a reporter.
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Published August 1939 by Centaur

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Story Title
"Far to the North, vast wastes of land..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson
Character Appearances
Speed Centaur (introduction, origin); Norton (a trapper, death); Reel McCoy (newspaper reporter); Police Officer Quinn; "Killer" Diller (villain); Diller's gang (villains)
Storyline
""Far to the North, vast wastes of land..."" After an earthquake in a chain of uncrossed mountains occurs, destroying a city in the process, a lone trapper, checking his traps, comes across a youthful Centaur, whom he takes back to his cabin. He learns the Centaur is the sole survivor of the City of Centaurs, destroyed in the earthquake, and so takes on the responsibility of raising the Centaur and encouraging him to fight crime, which he does, teaming up with a reporter.

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"We find Major Ramsey in London..."
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?
Pencils
Lochland Field
Story Line
Major Ramsay and Ian head to South America, specifically to the nation of Strath, to help the leaders there protect themselves from neighoring Courbia, who is threatening to attack unless Strath agrees to lay down its arms. Ramsay and Ahern successfully kidnap the Courbian Propaganda Minister to gain leverage in the pending crisis.

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The Hidden Empire (Part 1)
Script
Bob Moore (signed)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (signed)
Story Line
Don, Lugoff and Wanda enter the Haunted Swamp after rescuing Princess Wanda from the wrecked aero-sphere in the Hidden City. They encounter a wraith-like figure and Don chases after it, disappearing beneath the murky waters. He recovers in the presence of Dagmar and learns that his two compatriots have also been captured, and unless Don agrees to become her King, his two friends will die.

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?
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?
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"Jack Strand goes to Psyk's world of the subconscious..."
Script
Frank Frollo (signed)
Pencils
Frank Frollo (signed)
Story Line
Now in Psyk's power, Jack comes across a man supposedly dead: Diana's late father's former Secretary, Peter Smith, wsho had drowned, but was being kept alive by Psyk's control of his subconscious. He asks Jack to kill him in order to be released from Psyk's power, but it's actually a ploy to steal Jack's ray contained in the stone in his lapel pin. Meanwhile, Psyk is sending Diana back to the United States to transfer Psyk's will to the President and other officials. Jack stops the attempt, but is arrested for the murder of Peter Smith, who accompanies Diana.

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?
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Walter Gallia (signed)
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"Upon receiving a diary, written by Dr. Montan..."
Script
Carl Burgos (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos [as Burgos] (signed)
Story Line
Tim, Rita and Professor Gray are nearing Mystery Island, where Tim expects to find the mysterious Conqueror, and they get their wish when Montan captures the Air-Sub and takes all three prisoner. Montan places Rita in a glass tube and nearly kills her with music until Professor Gray agrees to help Montan develop Super Gas. Howsever, Montan is stopped by one of the Living Diamonds, and the trio regain control of the Air-Sub.

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"Up from unknown caverns..."
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?
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Paul Gustavson (signed)
Story Line
Professor Carter warns Sir Conway to return the giant white ape back to the Arctic regions where he discovered him before the ape breaks out of his enclosure and wrecks the Fair. Unfortunately, the drugs given to weaken the beast wear off too soon and the ape breaks out of the Fair's zoo and causes havoc until the Fantom steps into the picture.

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?
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Published September 1939 by Centaur
Dive of Death!..
?
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Fantom of the Fair; Mr. Adams (Fair show owner); Jane Adams (Adam's daughter); Tony (Adam's employee); Marcos (villain, Fair show owner, death); Marcos' henchman (villain, death)
"Dive of Death!.." A struggling Fair show owner has words and more with a fellow competitor who seems to be stealing every idea that he has had. The rival goes so far as to rig a death dive trap for the girl, and might have succeeded if not for the intervention of the Fantom.
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Dive of Death!..
Writer
?
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Character Appearances
Fantom of the Fair; Mr. Adams (Fair show owner); Jane Adams (Adam's daughter); Tony (Adam's employee); Marcos (villain, Fair show owner, death); Marcos' henchman (villain, death)
Storyline
"Dive of Death!.." A struggling Fair show owner has words and more with a fellow competitor who seems to be stealing every idea that he has had. The rival goes so far as to rig a death dive trap for the girl, and might have succeeded if not for the intervention of the Fantom.

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"Get Professor Gray on the Televisor!"
Script
Carl Burgos (signed)
Pencils
Carl Burgos (signed)
Story Line
Dr. Ralon confirms to Professor Gray that he has succeeded in bringing to life, through his evolutionizing machine, human beings from animals, when a girl and some men enter his lab and kill him. Tom and Gray soon learn that the girl was the first of Dr. Ralon's creations and that she had gone mad, killing the doctor.

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"Flying over the polar region..."
Script
?
Pencils
Lochlan Field [as L. Field] (signed)
Story Line
Ramsay and Bain head up to Great Bear Lake to meet with agent Kirby in regards to several hijackings of planes loaded with radium.

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Story Title
The Hidden Empire (Part 2)
Script
Bob Moore (signed)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (signed)
Story Line
Dagmar threatens to kill Wanda and Dr. Lugoff unless Don consents to become co-ruler of her kingdom. But the Queen's jilted suitor, Taal, has other plans.

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"We find 'Speed Centaur' waiting in a cave..."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line
To try and catch up with the Jack Pott gang, Speed assumes the disguise of a true horse and he and Reel follow one of the gang's torpedo's into town. Speed then uses his voice to convince the thug that he is a talking horse, and the thug buys the horse from Reel and takes it and Reel to the gang's hideout.

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"Hmmm--looks like all the foreign countries..."
Script
?
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Tarpe Mills (signed)
Story Line
Zaroff visits an English scientist, who has invented a process for enlarging any insect to any size that he wishes. Seizing upon the opportunity, Zaroff kills the scientist, seizes the machine for his own purposes, and meets with leaders from the major warring powers, offering (for a price) the use of this invention. Then, accompanied by Dacia, Zaroff sails to New York, planning to release a horde of the giant insects upon the United States, bringing disease, pague and death.

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Knuckle Down!
Script
Martin Filchock ?
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Martin Filchock [also as Filchock] (signed)
Story Line
Concerned because his name and bout is being pushed out the sports section of the newspaper by the Union school, Champ and his manager conspire to get the team's star pitcher to throw the game in the Junior Baseball Championships.
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Published October 1939 by Centaur
?
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? [as Legborex](signed)
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?
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?
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? [as Legborex](signed)

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"The Earth is torn open..."
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Story Line
A subterranean explosion beneath the World's Fair grounds is being monitored by The Fantom, and he has discovered that it is a strange foam comprised of various natural acids that would eat people up. It's all he can do to rescue patrons at the Fair and those in various administrative positions throughout the city.

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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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A Nite In China
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?
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?
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The Crime Tracking Televisor
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?
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?
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Mars
Script
?
Pencils
?
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Published November 1939 by Centaur
"It is the year 2009 A.D...."
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Frank Thomas (signed)
Jon Linton (scientist); Dr. Kane (Don's teacher); Lisa Kane; Timothy Burke (head of International Secret Service); Tarmak (villain, death); Satan Rex (villain)
""It is the year 2009 A.D...."" Jon and Dr. Kane feverishly work in the bowels of a dead volcano, attempting to perfect a new space ship. Unfortunately, a visit from Mr. Burke has led nefarious individuals to the secret lab site, one of which carries a mysterious tattoo on his forehead.
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Published November 1939 by Centaur

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"It is the year 2009 A.D...."
Writer
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Interior Art
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Cover Art
Frank Thomas (signed)
Character Appearances
Jon Linton (scientist); Dr. Kane (Don's teacher); Lisa Kane; Timothy Burke (head of International Secret Service); Tarmak (villain, death); Satan Rex (villain)
Storyline
""It is the year 2009 A.D...."" Jon and Dr. Kane feverishly work in the bowels of a dead volcano, attempting to perfect a new space ship. Unfortunately, a visit from Mr. Burke has led nefarious individuals to the secret lab site, one of which carries a mysterious tattoo on his forehead.

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Story Title
The Hidden Empire (Part 3)
Script
Bob Moore (signed)
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer (signed)
Story Line
Don and his friends succeed in capturing a stone, a talisman of youth, whose blazing rays return Tania to her rightful state, but reduces the Queen to that of an ugly hag.

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Story Title
The Strange Creature Half-Man Half-Horse!
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line
Five different gangs in the city are organizing themselves to attack Speed and Reel.

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"London. In the early morning..."
Script
?
Pencils
Lochjand Field [as L. Field] (signed)
Story Line
Major Ramsay and George Selkirk infiltrate the nefarious Blue Robins in order to get information as to the group's activities and to stop their bombings of important British districts, and to prevent the kidnapping of Sir Edmonton.

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"Catastrophe strikes at the electrical utilities area of the World's Fair."
Script
?
Pencils
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Story Line
In the Electric Utilities area of the World's Fair, a giant electro-robot goes on a rampage, turned loose by some unknown person, threatening the lives of Fair goers with a million volts of electricity at its fingertips. The Fantom battles the metal menace until he discovers the brains behind the controls, then deals with him.

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Story Title
"Hurry, Joan, we haven't much time--"
Script
?
Pencils
Tarpe Mills (signed)
Story Line
Barry and Joan receive an invitation to a Grand Ball in Washington.....but Zaroff's daughter also receives one, and she has her sights set on some papers for a new invention being carried by a Colonel Blake.
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Published December 1939 by Centaur
"She'll be a slave driver!"
?
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Fantom of the Fair; Mike (factory worker); Jane Benton (steel mill owner); Rusty (disgruntled factory worker); George (villain, Jane's cousin)
""She'll be a slave driver!"" Jane's cousin has his eyes set on total control over a steel mill and makes Jane look bad by disrupting work in the mill in order to slow down production and gain control. He
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Published December 1939 by Centaur

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"She'll be a slave driver!"
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?
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Character Appearances
Fantom of the Fair; Mike (factory worker); Jane Benton (steel mill owner); Rusty (disgruntled factory worker); George (villain, Jane's cousin)
Storyline
""She'll be a slave driver!"" Jane's cousin has his eyes set on total control over a steel mill and makes Jane look bad by disrupting work in the mill in order to slow down production and gain control. He

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"I realize now, that it is Dorian, whom you really care for..."
Script
?
Pencils
Tarpe Mills (signed)
Story Line
Having been spurned by Joan, Barry and Frogga leave on a luxury cruise to Hawaii to get their minds off the lady, unaware that Dorian is also going through bad emotions over Barry as well. Meanwhile, Dacia and General Kyota plan to ship a highly corrosive acid (mixed with oil) to where the U.S. Pacific Fleet is stationed, intent on destroying it.

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Story Title
"While cruising near the planet Venus..."
Script
Basil Wolverton (signed)
Pencils
Basil Wolverton (signed)
Story Line
Nick Nelson and Kodi pursue "notorious space bandit" Owen Kosterman to the jungles of Venus, and encounter a couple of couple of cannibalistic spider men.

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The Hidden Empire (Part 4)
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
An uneasy truce is in place after Queen Dagmar is ousted as leader of the Marsh Kingdom, but that doesn't stop her from aligning herself with Kul of Fens to get her retribution.

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"It is the year 2009 A.D.!"
Script
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Pencils
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Story Line
Jon and Burke set off to thwart the plan of madman Satan Rex, who seeks to destroy the Earth by throwing it off its orbit, and into the path of the Sun.

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"At their usual meeting place..."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line
ASfter mopping up crime in the "City of Rackets", Speed decides to take a well deserved vacation: with Reel, as they explore a cave beyond the one Speed uses as a base of operations and which carries them back in time. As they travel down a road, they are challenged to do battle with Ten Knights of Doom.

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Story Title
"An atom?"
Script
?
Pencils
Fred Schwab
Story Line
A scientist invents a super atom bombarder, which can harness the energy of 10,000,000,000,000,000 atoms per second, and will cause the Earth to spin around 1400 times as fast, causing one day to pass every minute. The ignoramus the scientist is explaining this to doesn't really understand the concept, but wonders what effect the device will have on people.
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Published January 1940 by Centaur
"No. Grimes!! I won't sell the coal mines"
Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Fantom of the Fair
""No. Grimes!! I won't sell the coal mines""
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"No. Grimes!! I won't sell the coal mines"
Writer
Paul Gustavson
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Character Appearances
Fantom of the Fair
Storyline
""No. Grimes!! I won't sell the coal mines""

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"H-mm--looks pretty bad"
Script
Tarpe Mills
Pencils
Tarpe Mills (signed)
Story Line

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"Podin' me guv'nor"
Script
Lochlan Field
Pencils
Lochlan Field (signed)
Story Line

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"A fortune teller told me that I was going on a long trip soon"
Script
George Loomis
Pencils
George Loomis (signed)
Story Line

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"While waiting for Lugoff"
Script
Bob Moore?
Pencils
Carl Pfeufer?
Story Line

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"The story opens in Dr. Vernon's hanger, where a sleek, bullet-like ship rests"
Script
Ralph Butts
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"You don't mean that 'Satan-Rex' and this Eric Von Hochwalt are the same man?"
Script
Harry Campbell
Pencils
Harry Campbell (signed)
Story Line

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Sir Basil Zaharoff
Script
Walter Galli
Pencils
Walter Galli (signed)
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"Prince Albert - I have a plan that will regain your throne"
Script
Malcolm Kildale?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line

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"Wow!! Adam's gadget is causing the Earth to spin at terrific speed!!"
Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line
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Published March 1940 by Centaur
"One stormy night, as the heavens seem to split..."
?
Paul Gustavson
Bill Everett [as Everett] (signed)
""One stormy night, as the heavens seem to split...""
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Published March 1940 by Centaur

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"One stormy night, as the heavens seem to split..."
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?
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Bill Everett [as Everett] (signed)
Storyline
""One stormy night, as the heavens seem to split...""

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"November--1938."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"U.S. refuses to sell horses to nations at war."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale
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Fantasy Isle: Chapter 2
Script
George Loomis
Pencils
George Loomis
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"Well, Miss Trew..."
Script
James P. McCague
Pencils
James P. McCague
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The Ghost of Kirkwood
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Steve Dahlman [as "Dahl"]
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Steve Dahlman
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The Fiend of Halwith Hall
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Chas Pearson
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Chas Pearson
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"On a small secluded estate..."
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Ralph Butts
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Ralph Butts
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"In the year 2000 A.D...."
Script
Harry Francis Campbell
Pencils
Harrry Francis Campbell
Story Line
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Published April 1940 by Centaur
"With the closing of the World's Fair..."
?
?
Grieg Chapian
""With the closing of the World's Fair...""
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"With the closing of the World's Fair..."
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?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Grieg Chapian
Storyline
""With the closing of the World's Fair...""

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"George Selkirk, of the 'Inner-Circle'..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"At Speed's cave above Nob Nose Mt."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale
Story Line

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"After running down many outlaws in the Venusian region..."
Script
Basil Wolverton
Pencils
Basil Wolverton
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Chapter 3
Script
George Loomis
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Larry Kane has received the tragic news..."
Script
?
Pencils
Steve Dahlman (as "Dahl")
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"Many times you've heard of the legend..."
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?
Pencils
Martin Filchock (signed)
Story Line

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"It is the year 2009 A.D.!"
Script
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Pencils
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Story Line
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Published May 1940 by Centaur
"Since the closing of the World's Fair in September 1939..."
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?
Grieg Chapian (signed)
""Since the closing of the World's Fair in September 1939...""
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"Since the closing of the World's Fair in September 1939..."
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?
Interior Art
?
Cover Art
Grieg Chapian (signed)
Storyline
""Since the closing of the World's Fair in September 1939...""

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Script
?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line

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Chapter 4
Script
?
Pencils
George Loomis
Story Line

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Murder Goes to College
Script
?
Pencils
Steven Dahlman [as Dahl] (signed)
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?
Pencils
James P. McGague
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?
Pencils
Paul Graham
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Harry Campbell
Pencils
Harry Campbell
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John Kolb
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John Kolb
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Amazing Events of May
Script
Joseph A. Kaliff (signed)
Pencils
Joseph A. Kaliff (signed)
Story Line
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Published June 1940 by Centaur
?
Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson (signed)
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?
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Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)

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"Daily bulletins are being posted in Saila..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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The Case of the Cop Killer
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?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale
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"Calling all patrol ships near Jupiter's south pole!"
Script
Basil Wolverton
Pencils
Basil Wolverton
Story Line

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Chapter 5
Script
George Loomis (signed)
Pencils
George Loomis (signed)
Story Line

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Routing the Racketeers
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?
Pencils
Steve Dahlman (signed)
Story Line

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"Whatcha doin', Bill?"
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?
Pencils
?
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"It is the year 2000 A.D...."
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?
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?
Story Line
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Published July 1940 by Centaur
"At the office of the local baseball team...."
Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson
Paul Gustavson (signed)
""At the office of the local baseball team....""
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Published July 1940 by Centaur

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"At the office of the local baseball team...."
Writer
Paul Gustavson
Interior Art
Paul Gustavson
Cover Art
Paul Gustavson (signed)
Storyline
""At the office of the local baseball team....""

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"After an evening of enjoyment..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"In the laboratory of Herr Tonick..."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale
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"Patrolling the area near the moon..."
Script
Basil Wolverton
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Basil Wolverton
Story Line

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Story Title
Chapter 6
Script
?
Pencils
George Loomis
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The Circus Mystery
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?
Pencils
Steve Dahlman
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"I coulda swore I heard somebuddy yell out here..."
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?
Pencils
James P. McCogue
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"Time: the year 2000 A.D."
Script
Harry Campbell
Pencils
Harry Campbell
Story Line
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Published August 1940 by Centaur
"I want all those laborers working for the Acme Construction Company..."
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Al Anders
George Harrison (signed)
""I want all those laborers working for the Acme Construction Company...""
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Published August 1940 by Centaur

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"I want all those laborers working for the Acme Construction Company..."
Writer
?
Interior Art
Al Anders
Cover Art
George Harrison (signed)
Storyline
""I want all those laborers working for the Acme Construction Company...""

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"George Selkirk, leader of the Inner Circle..."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Sea monster strikes again!"
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale (signed)
Story Line

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"Because of a sudden accumulation of slag..."
Script
Basil Wolverton
Pencils
Basil Wolverton
Story Line

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Story Title
Chapter 7
Script
?
Pencils
George Loomis
Story Line

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Fighting for Life
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?
Pencils
Steven Dahlman (signed)
Story Line

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"There she be, Davey..."
Script
?
Pencils
James P. McCague
Story Line

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"Time: 2000 A.D."
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?
Pencils
Harry Francis Campbell
Story Line

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Script
Walter Galli
Pencils
Walter Galli
Story Line

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Script
Walter Galli
Pencils
Walter Galli
Story Line
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Published September 1940 by Centaur
"Fantoman has left the fair after cleaning up all its rackets..."
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""Fantoman has left the fair after cleaning up all its rackets...""
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Published September 1940 by Centaur

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"Fantoman has left the fair after cleaning up all its rackets..."
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?
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?
Cover Art
?
Storyline
""Fantoman has left the fair after cleaning up all its rackets...""

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"All set? Then we're off."
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?
Pencils
?
Story Line

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"Reel's office in the Daily Views..."
Script
?
Pencils
Malcolm Kildale
Story Line

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Story Title
The Cannibal Monster of the Pygmy Planet
Script
Basil Wolverton
Pencils
Basil Wolverton
Story Line

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Story Title
Night of Terror
Script
?
Pencils
Steve Dahlman (signed)
Story Line

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The Case of the Mysterious Monocle
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?
Pencils
Ray Burley (signed)
Story Line

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"When war comes--night falls..."
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?
Pencils
Paul J. Lauretta
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"Time: 2000 A.D."
Script
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Pencils
Harry Francis Campbell (signed)
Story Line

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Chapter 8
Script
?
Pencils
George Loomis (signed)
Story Line
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