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The Black Terror
PublisherBetter / Nedor / Standard / Pines | Date: | Lang: English
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Publication[February 1943] | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 68 | Frequency: quarterly | Editing: Ned Pines [as N. L. Pines]
NotesCopyright information was found in the Library of Congress online archive for this issue. The copyright date is listed as December 22nd 1942. There was no cover date month recorded for this issue. Comics by this publisher with December copyright dates would usually be labeled with a February cover date. Some info verified using a DCM scan (http://digitalcomicmuseum.com/)
 
FeaturingThe Black Terror
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr
NotesAlter Ego #111 (July 2012) wrongly credits the cover to Alex Schomburg.
 
Publisher advertisementThrills---Excitement---Action---
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; The Liberator [Dr. Nelson Drew]
NotesFound on the inside front cover. Illustrated promitional advertisement for the next issue of Exciting Comics.
 
Comic Story"Bob Benton, meek young druggist, calls on.........." (14 pages)
SynopsisThe Terror Twins attend an airshow, alert for possible sabotage, not knowing that Nazi agent Trupp is going to strike and then try to eliminate the duo.
FeaturingThe Black Terror
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Elmer Wexler? | Inks: Elmer Wexler?
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Ed White (city engineer); Hermann Göring (villain); Josef Goebbels (villain); Trupp (villain, Nazi agent in Amedrica); Trupp's thugs (villains)
NotesArt credits by Craig Delich.
 
Comic Story"Formic ethers produce titanic strength......." (14 pages)
SynopsisJean and the Mayor head to Germany to rescue American newspapermen being held by the Gestapo, and end up prisoners themselves.
FeaturingThe Black Terror
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Emer Wexler? | Inks: Elmer Wexler?
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Black Terror [Bob benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; un-named Mayor; Heinrich Himmler (villain); the Nazis (villains, some die)
NotesArt credits by Craig Delich.
 
Text StoryMoney On Ice (1 page)
SynopsisHerbie was displaying his ice skating abilities when his grandfather warned him to be on the lookout for two robbers that have been operating in their area. When the two thieves make an appearance, Herbie's quick thinking save his grandfather and their money.
FeaturingHerbie Johnson
CreditsScript: Donald Bayne Hobart (credited) | Pencils:? (spot illustrations) | Inks:? (spot illustrations) | Letters: typeset
ContentCharacters: Herbie Johnson; Mr. Johnson (Herbie's grandfather); Bill (villain, robber); Joe (villain, robber)
 
Comic Story"Bob Benton, meek young druggist, adopts a secret role.........." (13 pages)
SynopsisThe Terror Twins face the evil Dr. Metz, who can innoculate Japanese soldiers into looking as if they were caucasians.
FeaturingThe Black Terror
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes?
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton]; Tim [Tim Roland]; Jean Starr; Dr. Metz (villain, introduction); the Nazis (villains); the Japanese (villains)
 
Text StoryArthur's Salvage (1 page)
SynopsisArthur discovers the presence of two Nazi agents, dynamite in hand, ready to blow up the locks of the Panama Canal.
CreditsScript: Kerry McRoberts (credited) | Pencils:? (spot illustrations) | Inks:? (spot illustrations) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Arthur Dillon (son the Commanding General of Panama Canal Zone); General Dillon; Gus (villain); Fritz (villain)
 
Comic StoryIntroducing the Crime Crushers (17 pages)
SynopsisFresh from their graduation from college, Steve and Ploppie open an agency known as "The We Do It Boys", and after some insignificant jobs, are hired by a John Merrit to play a practical joke on his brother, Henry.....with disastrous results.
FeaturingThe Crime Crushers
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes [as Richard E. Hughes] (signed) | Pencils: Al Camy [as Camy!] (signed) | Inks: Al Camy [as Camy!] (signed)
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: The Crime Crushers [Steve Barry (introduction); Ploopie Carr (introduction)]; John Merrit (Gayle's guardian); Henry Merrit (President of the Merrit Bank, John's brother, death); Dr. Rana (villain); Gale Andrews (villain)
 
Text StoryKidnap Clue (1 page)
SynopsisRichard is held for a $100,000 ransom by a pair of kidnappers
CreditsScript: Russell Stanton (credited) | Pencils:? (spot illustrations) | Inks:? (spot illustrations) | Letters: typeset
ContentCharacters: Richard Gaines; Harold Gaines (Richard's father); Red Dixon (villain, kidnapper); Spike Duval (villain, Red's partner)
 
SynopsisRusty and Shrimpy are on their way to see one Susie Gerrish, Rusty's heart throb twenty years prior, and Shrimpy wants to know wht Rusty didn't marry her. He soon finds out.
FeaturingBobo the Hobo
CreditsPencils: Rusty Meredith (signed) | Inks: Rusty Meredith (signed)
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Rusty; Shrimpy; Susie Gerrish; Susie's husband
NotesWriter revision from Meredith to ? by Craig Delich. The Who's Who doesn't indicate that Meredith wrote the strip, just illustrated it. No other evidence supports a writer credit for Meredith.
 
AdvertisementDo You Want Success Like This in Radio (1 page)
CreditsPencils:? (spot illustrations); photos | Inks:? (spot illustrations); photos
ContentCharacters: J. E. Smith (President, photo); Hollis F. Hayes (photo); James E. Ryan (photo); Walter B. Murray (pilot, American Airlines, photo); Milton I. Leiby, Jr. (photo); Arlie J. Froehner (photo); William Cermak (photo)
NotesFound on the inside back cover. Seqauence added by Craig Delich. Illustrated advertisement from the J.E. Smith Company for a 64-page book titled "Rich Rewards in Radio", which is designed to train men for careers in radio. Six such people are shown and each has a direct quote listed.
 
Advertisement"32 Power Telescope Lens Kit" (1 page)
CreditsLetters: typeset
NotesFound on the back cover. Illustrated advertisement from Metro Publications in New York for their 3-volume in one publication, "Wonders of Science Simplified", on sale for $1.98 plus postage upon arrival to the buyer's home. Those ordering the book are eligible to get a 33-power telescope absolutely free. Sequence added by Craig Delich.
 
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