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PublicationDecember 1941 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Monthly
FeaturingStormy Foster
CreditsPencils: Reed Crandall | Inks: Reed Crandall
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Great Defender [Stormy Foster]
Comic StoryAs war clouds warn America... (11 pages)
SynopsisWhen thieves come in to pillage Doc Vaughn's drugstore, Stormy applies a fake moustache and pops a super-vitamin which imbues him with the strength of ten men.
FeaturingStormy Foster
CreditsPencils: Max Elkan [as Maxwell Elkan] (signed) | Inks: Max Elkan [as Maxwell Elkan] (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Great Defender [Stormy Foster] (drugstore clerk, introduction); Doc Vaughn; Ah Choo (Chinese delivery boy); Detective Cooper; Oshinto Karu (villain); Doc Falk (villain)
Comic Story"Try Tootin's Super Gas" (1 page)
FeaturingDan Tootin
CreditsPencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Humor
Comic Story"In 1918-15 year old Rip Graves enlists in the army and leaves for combat in the First World War..." (7 pages)
SynopsisSupposedly dead in the First World War, "Rip" Graves operates as a superhero from a crypt beneath the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. In this tale, a group of Fifth Columnists seek to secure some important defense plans from Fort Brigg.
FeaturingGhost of Flanders
CreditsPencils: George Brenner [as Wayne Reid] (signed) | Inks: George Brenner [as Wayne Reid] (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Ghost of Flanders ["Rip" Graves] (introduction, origin); Fritz (villain, death); Carl (villain); Rudolf (villain); Eric (villain, death)
NotesCredit correction 2009-4-29 courtesy of Darci386. The Ghost of Flanders uses a red poppy as his sign. Writer revision from Brenner to ? by Craig Delich 2013-11-29. The Who's Who does not indicate that Brenner wrote this feature. Toni Blum wrote the feature in 1942 and is the only writer the Who's Who mentions.
Comic Story"I will prove my client, Mr. William Reid did not murder Lef Cotter!" (6 pages)
FeaturingBetty Bates, Lady-at-Law
CreditsScript:? [as Stanley Charlot] | Pencils: Al Bryant? | Inks: Al Bryant?
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Comic Story"Say- There might be something to this after all!" (1 page)
FeaturingTommy Tinkle
CreditsPencils: Arthur Beeman (signed) | Inks: Arthur Beeman (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor
Comic Story"The newly-commissioned U.S.S. Brimstone drops anchor at Bananaport..." (5 pages)
FeaturingBob and Swab
CreditsPencils: Klaus Nordling | Inks: Klaus Nordling
ContentGenre: Adventure; Humor | Characters: Bob Masters; Swab Decker
Comic StoryAt the District Attorney's country home, Rick spends a quiet weekend." (6 pages)
FeaturingThe Red Bee
CreditsScript: Toni Blum | Pencils: Witmer Williams [as B. H. Apiary] (signed) | Inks: Witmer WIlliams [as B. H. Apiary] (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Red Bee [Rick Raleigh] (District Attorney); Mary Jellicoe; Martin Jellicoe
NotesCompare artwork to signed story in Police #2. Writer revision from ? to Toni Blum by Craig Delich 2013-12-30. The Who's Who indicates that Toni Blum wrote this feature in 1941-42. Artist verification for Williams by the Who's Who. The strip was signed B. H. Apiary, which is a by-line on the strip and not a real person.
Comic Story"Wait a moment Rod. I'll step in here for a tin of Shag Smoking Mixture!" (5 pages)
FeaturingThe Strange Twins
CreditsScript:? [as S.M. Regi] | Pencils: Alex Blum | Inks: Alex Blum
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Douglas Strange; Rodney Strange; Spud McGuire (villain)
Comic StoryOne day, as Lion Boy and his brother Tawny... (5 pages)
FeaturingLion Boy
CreditsScript:? [as Merton Holmes] | Pencils: H. Kiefer | Inks: H. Kiefer
ContentGenre: Jungle
Text StoryA Killer's Last Chance (2 pages)
CreditsScript: David Roberts | Letters: Typeset
Comic Story"Hercules passes a monument works" (6 pages)
SynopsisJoe helps out a couple of workers attempting to move a heavy tombstone, then notices large welts on their backs. Investigating, Hercules discovers the foreman and manager at the monument works are treating the employees like slaves, taking half their earnings, all unbeknownst to the owner.
CreditsScript:? [as Gregg Powers] (signed) | Pencils:? [as Gregg Powers] (signed) | Inks:? [as Gregg Powers] (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Hercules [Joe Hercules]; two un-named monument works employees; Mr. Clinton (owner of the monument works); Sledge (villain, foreman at monument works); Ferret (villain, manager at monument works)
NotesThe Who's Who lists Gregg Powers as a by-line. Bill Black states that the story was not written by George Tuska as originally listed, nor did he draw this story.
Comic StoryDon Glory returns to the ring... (9 pages)
FeaturingDon Glory
CreditsScript: Toni Blum [as Lincoln Ross] (signed) | Pencils: Arthur Peddy | Inks: Arthur Peddy
ContentGenre: Sports | Characters: Don Glory; June
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