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Whiz Comics
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An okay adventure for Captain Marvel this time. He's much more merciful than last issue, probably because the bad guys didn't actually kill anyone this time.
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PublicationSeptember 1940 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Monthly
CoverSaved by Captain Marvel!
FeaturingCaptain Marvel
CreditsPencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
Comic StoryThe Menace of the Skull (10.66 pages)
SynopsisBilly discovers a connection between accidents occurring on the beach and the presence of a strange yacht anchored nearby. He discovers that wealthy people have disappeared and are being held for ransom; then the victims would be killed once the family has been bled dry.
FeaturingCapt. Marvel
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Princess Patricia (performer); Mrs. Moneypenny; Horace Moneypenny (husband of Mrs. Moneypenny); Captain Death (villain, introduction); Professor Skull (villain, introduction)
Comic StoryDeath Hits the Bull's-Eye (9 pages)
FeaturingGolden Arrow
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Bronk Braddock (Villain); Brute Braddock (Villain)
Comic StoryThe Islanders' Gorilla-god (8 pages)
FeaturingLance O'Casey
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Bob Kingett | Inks: Bob Kingett | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Marna Dale (Intro); Raider Brand (Villain; Intro; Death)
Comic StoryMenace of the Magnetic Mine (8 pages)
FeaturingSpy Smasher
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Spy; Superhero | Characters: The Mask (Villan)
Comic StoryCounterfeiter's Conspiracy (9 pages)
FeaturingDan Dare
CreditsScript: Bill Parker? | Pencils: Harry Anderson | Inks: Harry Anderson | Letters: Bill Parker?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Dan Dare
NotesOriginally credited to Al Carreno. The eyes with high arched upper lid and some short lines below the outer corners, and sometimes hands with lines between fingers that don't go all the way down, page 2, 4 and 5. All good signs of Anderson. He had many Nyoka, Mr. Scarlet and also Lance O'Casey stories. Compare faces with his credited Red Gaucho in Master Comics #10.
Text StoryJungle Luck (2 pages)
CreditsLetters: Typeset
Comic Story"While Doctor Voodoo and Maxinya plan for the future..." (5 pages)
SynopsisPosing as orchid hunters, a group of criminals ally themselves with Okoro in order to loot the Blancas lost Temple of Gold. However, they are frightened away from the temple by unknown forces.
FeaturingDr. Voodoo
CreditsScript: John Hampton | Pencils: John Hampton | Inks: John Hampton | Letters: John Hampton
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Maxinya; Okoro (Villain); Dr. Gustave Schmidt (Villain; Introduction); Doctor Voodoo [Hal Carey]; Jappa (jaguar); Nikko
Comic StoryThe Treachery of Carl Brand (9 pages)
FeaturingIbis the Invincible
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Gus Ricca | Inks: Gus Ricca | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Carl Brand (Villain)
Notesstory continues in next issue. Originally credited to Al Carreno, but it is Ricca. He is credited on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and can be spotted by his rounded faces with squinting eyes and a small dent under the middle of the chin. Later he had a bit more open eyes. He drew Jim Dolan in Slam-Bang Comics.
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