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Whiz Comics
PublisherFawcett | Date: | Lang: English
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NotesA coverless paper copy of Whiz Comics #7 is going up now! I've been meaning to scan this one for a LONG time because it is so brittle. (Little more than a stack of paper really.) However, because of it being brittle, I've put it off, knowing that it would take longer than usual. All pages are readable, but there is damage to the artwork in the last two stories (Dr. Voodoo and Ibis). I've included the fiche copies of those stories, as well as the IFC and IBC. Front and back covers are from Heritage.
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   By k9feline
A fun, exciting adventure for Captain Marvel and Billy Batson with an exotic locale and fantastic situation. Features Marvel at his most ruthless (not that Rodney Stark and his cavemen didn't have it coming). Also the first appearance of Sterling Morris since his debut in Whiz # 2.
   By crashryan
Wow. I see what you mean, k9. This is certainly a far cry from the Mr Fair Play Captain Marvel I'm accustomed to. Even the early Superman only threatened bad guys with destruction, he didn't chuck them out of an airplane!
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PublicationAugust 1940 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Monthly
CoverThe Squadron of Doom
FeaturingCaptain Marvel
CreditsPencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]
Comic StoryThe Squadron of Doom (10.66 pages)
SynopsisBilly investigates the mysterious disappearance of the freighter, Red Star, last seen near the coast of Greenland. There he discovers that Rodney Stark has invented a machine that slowly melts ice, freeing prehistoric men, whom he uses as slaves to build a massive airforce to attack and subdue the United States.
FeaturingCapt. Marvel
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Sterling Morris; Dirk Svenson (vllain, fisherman); Rodney Stark (villain, introduction, death)
NotesStory title taken from the cover.
Comic Story"Far beneath the earth's surface Golden Arrow, fearless hero of the old west, finds death waiting." (8 pages)
SynopsisCarol's murderous uncles hope to convince her that her gold mine is haunted. Golden Arrow exposes their plot to acquire the mine for themselves.
FeaturingGolden Arrow
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Bronk Braddock (Villain); Brute Braddock (Villain); Golden Arrow; Carol Braddock; White Wind (horse)
Comic Story"Lance O'Casey and his guest, Daniel Doom, reformed pirate, rescue an exhausted native..." (8 pages)
SynopsisLance and Cap'n Doom help Gail recover a treasure in gold from her father's sunken ship.
FeaturingLance O'Casey
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Bob Kingett | Inks: Bob Kingett | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Lance O'Casey; Daniel Doom; Gail Benson; sailing ships; outrigger canoes; Mister Hogan (monkey); Steel Brody
Text StoryThe Horned Bear (2 pages)
CreditsLetters: Typeset
Comic StoryThe Mask's Kidnapping Scheme (8 pages)
FeaturingSpy Smasher
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Spy; Superhero | Characters: The Mask (Villain)
Comic StoryPeril in Fort Worth (6 pages)
FeaturingDan Dare
CreditsScript: Bill Parker? | Pencils: Al Carreno | Inks: Al Carreno | Letters: Bill Parker?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Comic Story"I've lived a full life, son, so I don't mind dying." (8 pages)
SynopsisHal's father bequeaths his practice among the Blancas, a white tribe in Brazil, to Hal. A jealous medicine man stirs up fear of Hal and it's only after a knife duel that Hal can reassert himself as a friend of the Blancas.
FeaturingDr. Voodoo
CreditsScript: John Hampton | Pencils: John Hampton | Inks: John Hampton | Letters: John Hampton
ContentGenre: Jungle | Characters: Dr. Voodoo [Dr. Hal Carey] (Introduction, Origin); Dr. Carey; Mrs. Carey (Introduction, Death); Okoro (Villain; Introduction); Maxinya (Introduction); Cashibus (Brazilian tribe); Jappa (jaguar)
Comic StoryChaos at the Carnival (9 pages)
FeaturingIbis the Invincible
CreditsScript: Bill Parker | Pencils: Gus Ricca | Inks: Gus Ricca | Letters: Bill Parker
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Tommy (introduction); Carl Brand (villain; introduction)
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. He drew Jim Dolan in Slam-Bang Comics.
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