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Smash Comics
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PublicationAugust 1939 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 68 | Frequency: monthly | Editing: Ed Cronin
NotesEditor taken from Feature Comics (Quality, 1939 series) #19 (same month). Entire contents copyright 1939 by E. M. Arnold. On sale date from the publication date and volume number found in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, New Series, Volume 34, 1939, Number 3. Second class permit. Copyright number 419723. Volume number is not listed in the indicia of this comic.
 
FeaturingBozo the Robot
CreditsPencils: Ed Cronin? | Inks: Ed Cronin?
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Bozo the Robot; Espionage [Black Ace] (inset); Abdul the Arab (inset); Archie O'Toole (inset); Wings Wendall (inset)
 
Comic StoryThe Black Spot (9 pages)
SynopsisThe Black Spot (a political group) takes over Argentina and conquers most of the rest of South America, before Black Ace intervenes.
FeaturingEspionage Starring Black Ace
CreditsScript: Will Eisner [as Will Erwin] (signed) | Pencils: Will Eisner [as Will Erwin] (signed) | Inks: Will Eisner [as Will Ervin] (signed)
ContentGenre: Spy | Characters: Espionage [Black Ace]; Colonel Atwater; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Batu; The Black Spot (Villains); Vlamir Koran (Introduction); Mara Hani (Introduction, Dies)
NotesFeature continued from Feature Comics #22. Black Ace became Black X with issue #6.
 
Comic StoryThe Big Radio Hoax (2 pages)
FeaturingPhilpot Veep
CreditsScript: John Devlin | Pencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Philpot Veep (intro); Waldo
 
Comic StoryEscape From Devil's Island (1 page)
FeaturingExciting Adventures
CreditsScript: Terry Gilkison? [as Terry] | Pencils: Terry Gilkison? [as Terry] | Inks: Terry Gilkison? [as Terry]
ContentGenre: Non-fiction
 
Comic StoryThe Murder of Max Gorman (7 pages)
FeaturingChic Carter
CreditsScript: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel (signed) | Inks: Vernon Henkel
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Chic Carter (intro); Monahan, DAILY STAR editor; Gloria Gorman; Van Drenn (villain, intro); Rocco (villain, intro)
 
Comic StoryThe King's Visit (4 pages)
SynopsisKing Julius of Slobodka visits Shickshinny and gets kidnapped
FeaturingSimple Simon
CreditsScript: Ed Conin | Pencils: Ed Cronin (signed) | Inks: Ed Cronin
ContentGenre: Adventure; Humor | Characters: Simple Simon; King Julius; Slaughterhouse
Notes(only appearance)
 
Comic StoryMickey Rooney (1 page)
FeaturingScreen Snapshots
CreditsScript: Bernard Baily (signed) | Pencils: Bernard Baily (signed) | Inks: Bernard Baily (signed)
ContentGenre: Biography | Characters: Mickey Rooney
 
Comic StoryMajor Drake Is Missing (7 pages)
FeaturingWings Wendall
CreditsScript: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
ContentGenre: Spy | Characters: Wings Wendall (intro); Major Drake; Balov (villain)
 
Comic StoryApple of Invisibility (2 pages)
FeaturingArchie O'Toole
CreditsScript: Will Eisner? [as Bud Thomas] | Pencils: Will Eisner? [as Bud Thomas] | Inks: Will Eisner? [as Bud Thomas]
ContentGenre: Humor; Children | Characters: Archie O'Toole; Gil O'Teen (Villain)
Notescontinued from FEATURE COMICS #22
 
Comic StoryIntroducing the Invisible Hood (4 pages)
SynopsisThe Maharajah of Raas is willing to pay a million dollars for the return of a stolen sacred Indian necklace, and Inspector Blake calls in Kent Thurston because of his knowledge of precious gems. Donning a simple disguise, Thurston uses a gas gun to convince a culprit to cooperate as to the location of this necklace.
FeaturingHooded Justice
CreditsScript: Art Pinajian [as Art Gordon] (signed) | Pencils: Art Pinajian [as Art Gordon] (signed) | Inks: Art Pinajian [as Art Gordon] (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Invisible Hood [Kent Thurston] (introduction); Inspector Bill Blake; Maharajah of Raas; Peter Robinson; Butch (villain); Spike (villain)
NotesMany sources confuse the name of this hero with the name of the feature. In this issue, it was titled "Hooded Justice" and it starred the "Invisible Hood". Here he did not have the power of invisibility, merely donning a red monk's cloak and domino mask.
 
Comic StoryThe Baseball Fixers (6 pages)
FeaturingClip Chance at Cliffside
CreditsScript: George Brenner | Pencils: George Brenner [ as Scott Sheridan] | Inks: George Brenner
ContentGenre: Sports | Characters: Clip Chance; Bob Brack; Slick (Villain); Butch (Villain)
Notescontinued from FEATURE COMICS #16
 
Comic StoryThe Ghost Express (4 pages)
FeaturingCaptain Cook of Scotland Yard
CreditsScript: William A. Smith | Pencils: William A. Smith [as Will Arthur] | Inks: William A. Smith
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Captain Cook; Kelly; The "Ghost Engineer" (Intro, Villain)
Notescontinued from FEATURE COMICS #22
 
Text StoryMystery At Catalina: Chapter 1 (2 pages)
FeaturingTony Parelli
CreditsScript: Jeffrey Spain | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Adventure
 
Comic StoryVeron Gomez (1 page)
FeaturingSportraits
CreditsScript: Gill Fox | Pencils: Gill Fox (signed) | Inks: Gill Fox (signed)
ContentGenre: Sports | Characters: Vernon Gomez
 
Comic StoryThe Treachery of Murdock (7 pages)
FeaturingAbdul the Arab
CreditsScript: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Abdul the Arab (intro); Hassan; Ali Bey; Col. Simpson; Sylvia Simpson; Murdock (Villain, Intro, Dies)
 
Comic StoryIron Monster At Large Again (7 pages)
SynopsisMad scientist Von Thorp sends his metal robot on a rampage through the city, leaving the Police at their wits' end, so they call in Hugh Hazzard, who manages to stow away inside the robot. The robot returns to von Thorp's hideout, whom Hazzard manages to capture. Learning that the Police plan a watery grave for the robot, Hazzard rushes in to save it, naming him Bozo the Iron Man, and using him as his new crime-fighting partner.
FeaturingHugh Hazard and His Iron Man
CreditsScript: George Brenner [as Wayne Reid] (signed) | Pencils: George Brenner [as Wayne Reid] (signed) | Inks: George Brenner [as Wayne Reid] (signed)
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Hugh Hazzard; Bozo the Robot (introduction, origin): Commissioner Hunt; Inspector Burke; Chief Blane; Pat; Dr. Von Thorp (villain, introduction)
NotesBrenner probably created Bozo from the golden robot Elektro, which was made by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation and presented to the 1939 New York World's Fair. It was 7' tall and performed a variety of feats, but could not house a human being.
 
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