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Whiz Comics
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   By k9feline
Phew! I guess people in the 1940s were awfully more cavalier about slaughtering wild animals than they are now, judging by Captain Marvel's story. He doesn't even let the fact that the gorrillion is the last of its kind stop him from killing it. Meanwhile, Clarence, the man responsible for most of the carnage, gets away with it! On a lighter note, it seems awfully quaint that Sivana really seems to think running a circus will make him the richest man in the world. It may have seemed silly even back then. Over all, this is still a fairly enjoyable story.
 
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PublicationJuly 1940 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 68 | Frequency: Monthly | Editing: Bill Parker
 
CoverThe Circus of Death
FeaturingCaptain Marvel
CreditsPencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Lovelia
 
Comic StoryThe Circus of Death (11 pages)
SynopsisBilly visits to report on a new circus that has come to town, unaware that Dr. Sivana is behind the scheme, his intent being to bring rare and unusual animals from Venus for people to view, and make a fortune legally.
FeaturingCapt. Marvel
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Lovelia (tightrope walker); Dr. Thaddeus Bodog Sivana (villain); Clarence the Maniac Man (villain); Gorillion (villain, beast, death)
NotesStory title taken from the cover.
 
Comic StoryThe Bank Robbery That Backfired (8 pages)
FeaturingGolden Arrow
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Bronk and Brute Braddock (Villain)
 
Comic StoryThe Launch of the BRIAN BORU II (8 pages)
FeaturingLance O'Casey
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Bob Kingett | Inks: Bob Kingett | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Adventure
 
Comic StoryAmusement Park Assassin (8 pages)
FeaturingSpy Smasher
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Spy; Superhero | Characters: The Mask (Villain)
 
Text StoryA Beggar Reclaimed (2 pages)
CreditsLetters: Typeset
 
Comic StoryThe Great World's Fair Mystery (8 pages)
FeaturingDan Dare
CreditsScript: Bill Parker? | Pencils: Greg Duncan | Inks: Greg Duncan | Letters: Bill Parker?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
 
Comic StoryThe Emperor of the Bahamas (8 pages)
FeaturingScoop Smith
CreditsScript: Bill Parker? | Pencils: Greg Duncan | Inks: Greg Duncan | Letters: Bill Parker?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Noteslast Scoop Smith story
 
Comic StoryThe Lost Ibistick (9 pages)
FeaturingIbis the Invincible
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza? | Inks: Pete Costanza? | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero
Notesstory continues in next issue
 
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