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Issue Details

Issue #67
Published May 1941
Cover Price 0.10 USD
Pages 68
Editing Whitney Ellsworth

Cover Details

Characters The Spectre
Genre superhero; occult
Pencils Bernard Baily (signed)
Inks Bernard Baily (signed)
Letters typeset
Reprinted in Golden Age Spectre Archives (DC, 2003 series) #1

10 page Spectre story "The Incredible Robberies"

Characters The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; The Chief; Deeja Kathoon (Villain)
Synopsis A series of baffling crimes in Cliffland leads the Chief to suspect the Spectre is behind them, but Corrigan knows better, discovering a man so adept in black magic that he can materialize spirits to accomplish his crimes.
Genre superhero; occult
Script Jerry Siegel (signed)
Pencils Bernard Baily (signed)
Inks Bernard Baily Isgned)
Letters Bernard Baily
Notes Letterer credit and synopsis added by Craig Delich 11-17-07.
Reprinted in Golden Age Spectre Archives (DC, 2003 series) #1

4 page Detective Sergeant Carey story "The Sky Hijackers"

Characters Sergeant Carey
Genre detective
Script Joe Donohoe
Pencils Joe Donohoe
Inks Joe Donohoe

6 page Congo Bill story "The Daring Daylight Diamond Robbery"

Characters Congo Bill
Genre jungle
Pencils George Papp
Inks George Papp

6 page Captain Desmo story "Adventure in Central America"

Characters Captain Desmo
Genre adventure
Pencils Ed Winiarski
Inks Ed Winiarski

6 page Radio Squad story "Riddle of the Statuette"

Characters Radio Squad
Genre detective
Script Jerry Siegel

6 page Lance Larkin story "The Flying Dragons"

Characters Lance Larkin
Genre fantasy
Pencils Harold Sharp
Inks Harold Sharp

6 page Biff Bronson story "The Mystery Message"

Characters Biff Bronson
Genre adventure
Script Albert Sulman
Pencils Joe Sulman
Inks Joe Sulman

6 page Red Coat Patrol story "Death in the Saloon"

Characters Sgt. O'Malley
Genre adventure
Pencils John Lehti
Inks John Lehti

6 page Doctor Fate story "The Origin of Dr. Fate"

Characters Doctor Fate [Kent Nelson]; Nabu (Intro); Sven Nelson; Inza Kramer; Nergal, Lord of the Underworld (Villain)
Synopsis In 1920 young Kent Nelson and his father explore the mysteries of the pyramids, there Kent meets Nabu the Wise, an exile from the planet Cilia, who helped build the pyramids. Nabu trains Kent in the mysteries of the universe until Kent assumes the role of Dr. Fate.
Genre superhero; occult
Script Gardner F. Fox
Pencils Howard Sherman
Inks Howard Sherman
Letters Howard Sherman
Notes Weird Secret Origins incorrectly credits this story to More Fun 55. Lettering credit added by Craig Delich 11-17-07.
Reprinted in Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #95 (December 1971); in DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest (DC, 1980 series) #9 (May 1981); in Weird Secret Origins (DC, 2004 series) #nn; in Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives (DC, 2007 series) #1