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PublicationJanuary 1944 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Monthly
 
CoverPlastic Man Battles Body, Mind and Soul!
FeaturingPlastic Man
CreditsPencils: Jack Cole (signed) | Inks: Jack Cole (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian]; Pike Ronan
 
Comic StoryBody, Mind and Soul (15 pages)
SynopsisChief Branner discovers that Plastic Man is actually a wanted felon, and Plastic Man is ready to submit and do his time. However, the Chief finds him too valuable of asset to the force and gives him an assignment to prove himself by bringing in three wanted crooks, each of whom was a unique challenge: one of brawn, one of brains and one of soul (a werewolf, no less). Branner is impressed and absolves O'Brian of his past.
FeaturingPlastic Man
CreditsScript: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian]; Woozy Winks; Chief Branner; Randy Ronan (introduction); Vida (introduction); Pike Ronan (villain, introduction, a werewolf, death); Slugger Crott (villain, introduction); Hoppy (villain, introduction); Brains (villain, introduction); Butch (villain, introduction)
 
Comic Story"Boy! What A swell tattoo picture o' mah girl!" (1 page)
FeaturingDewey Drip
CreditsPencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
ContentGenre: Humor; Military | Characters: Dewey Drip
NotesWriter revision from John Devlin to ? by Craig Delich 2013-4-8. The Who's Who does not indicate a writing credit for Devlin on this strip.
 
Comic StoryThe Framed Gorilla (6 pages)
FeaturingFlatfoot Burns
CreditsPencils: Harvey Kurtzman [as H.K.] | Inks: Harvey Kurtzman [as H.K.]
ContentGenre: Humor; Detective-mystery | Characters: Flatfoot Burns
 
Comic StoryThe Picture Murders (5 pages)
FeaturingDestiny
CreditsPencils: Jack Keller? | Inks: Jack Keller?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery; Superhero | Characters: Destiny
 
Comic StoryThe Ghostmaster (10 pages)
SynopsisA vaudeville performer billed as the Ghostmaster, a great make-up artist, a master of the quick change, and able to bring the dead to life, is bitter when vaudeville died. He planned and plotted until he found Mr. Trueman, a bank president so trusted, that Fearless' impersonation wouldn't be questioned until he emptied the vaults and faked a suicide. He gives the game away when he adopts Richards' identity as a disguise and meets up with Manhunter, who captures Mr. Fearless and recognizes him as the Ghostmaster, a performer that inspired him as a youth.
FeaturingManhunter
CreditsPencils: Al Bryant | Inks: Al Bryant
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Manhunter [Dan Richards]; Thor; The Ghostmaster [Mr. Fearless] (villain, death)
 
Text StoryTen Who Never Came Back (2 pages)
FeaturingDick Mace
CreditsScript: Robert Hyatt? | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Dick Mace
 
Comic Story"Letter from yer Gran'pap, Dewey!" (1 page)
FeaturingDewey Drip
CreditsPencils: Bernard Dibble | Inks: Bernard Dibble
ContentGenre: Humor; Military | Characters: Dewey Drip
NotesWriter credit revised from John Devlin to ? by Craig Delich 2013-4-6. The Who's Who does not indicate a writing credit for Devlin on this strip. Artist correction from John Devlin to Bernard Dibble, who took over this strip in 1943 from John Devlin.
 
Comic StoryPatch-Eye the Perilous (8 pages)
SynopsisThe Human Bomb encounters a super-villain named Patch-Eye, an evil genius roboticist.
FeaturingThe Human Bomb
CreditsPencils: Mort Leav | Inks: Mort Leav
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln]; Hustace Throckmorton; Patch-Eye (villain)
NotesArt was originally credited to Paul Gustavson, but this is Leav. He has large hands and many lively faces, some panels without backgrounds, and a special way of running with high lifted legs. Compare with his signed story in Wanted Comics #52. He is credited on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who on both pencils and ink. Jim Amash in the Quality Companion verifies that Gustavson wrote this feature through Police #22, then picked up again with #37. The intervening writer is unknown for this story.
 
Comic StoryFighting the Front (1 page)
FeaturingBurp the Twerp
CreditsScript: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Burp the Twerp
 
Comic StoryThe Death Dolls (7 pages)
FeaturingThe Spirit
CreditsScript: Will Eisner | Pencils: Will Eisner | Inks: Will Eisner | Colors: Joe Kubert | Letters: Sam Rosen
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Spirit [Denny Colt]; Yagor (villain, introduction)
 
AdvertisementCaptain Tootsie and The Secret Weapon (1 page)
FeaturingCaptain Tootsie
CreditsScript: Rod Reed (signed) | Pencils: C. C. Beck (signed) | Inks: C. C. Beck (signed)
ContentCharacters: Captain Tootsie; Rollo
 
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