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  • Issue #1
    Flashback 01: Daredevil Battles Hitler #1 (1941/1970) 1
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    The first issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Daredevil Battles Hitler #1 originally published in 1941 by Lev Gleason. Cover pencils by Charles Biro, inks by Bob Wood; Daredevil crashes in on a meeting at Berchtesgaden in which Hitler makes final plans to invade England across the Channel, then has to evade Nazi soldiers seeking to locate and kill him; Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Churchill meets with Daredevil and the Silver Streak and assigns them to watch a mysterious cottage on the Downs, which leads to an all-out naval battle with the enemy. The Claw Double Crosses Hitler, script by Charles Biro, art by Jack Cole; Hitler approaches the Claw to ask his assistance in helping him and the Japanese successfully attack and destroy the British in Singapore; Daredevil poses as a lieutenant of the Claw to get behind enemy lines to stop the attack. Fighting Hitler and His Jungle Hordes; Daredevil and Lance must stop Hitler's plans to conquer Africa from within, aimed at cutting Great Britain off from her colonial empire. The Case of the Secret Code Machine, script by Charles Biro, art by Jack Cole; Dickie is summoned to Washington D.C. with his latest invention: a fool-proof decoding machine; Unfortunately, it is stolen by several Nazi agents, who try and rush it back to Berlin before Dean, Todd and Daredevil can stop them. "Wreck Goering's Sky-Fighters"; Daredevil and Cloud help fight off the murderous Nazi air blitzkrieg with the help of the RAF, including stopping the Nazi Reichsmarshall, who accepts Cloud's proposal to battle it out with each other in the air. "Von Roeder Nazi Sea Raider" starring Daredevil and The Pirate Prince, art by Harry Anderson; vs. Hitler and Admiral Roeder. "The Man of Hate Adolf Hitler - Dictator of Germany," script and art by Bob Davis. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #2
    Flashback 02: Human Torch 5 (1941/1971) 2
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    Second issue (of two) from the original Dynapub Flashback reprint series. Flashback 2: The Human Torch reprints the Human Torch #5 published in 1941. In a classic battle with the Sub-Mariner in a fight to the death. Also appearing Ka-zar, Hitler, Mussolini, Toro and others. 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in., 64 pages, black and white. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #2
    Flashback 02: Special Edition Comics #1 (1940/1970) 2

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    The second issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Special Edition Comics # 1 originally published in 1941 by Fawcett Publications. This was the only issue of the title. It appeared on the newsstands several months before Captain Marvel Adventures #1, and at the same time Whiz #8 was released. Note the costume of Captain Marvel shown on the cover. In this early version, he has a buckle on his sash with the initial M, does not have a buttoned shirt flap, and his arm bands are a bit different. Cover art by C.C. Beck. "The Menace of Doctor Allirog," script by Bill Parker, art by C.C. Beck; Billy is stunned, like the rest of the crowd, when the challenger in the heavy weight boxing match knocks out the champion with one punc; While trying to get an interview, Billy learns the truth behind what happened and is captured by a giant ape. "The Haunted House," script by Bill Parker, pencils by C.C. Beck, inks by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza (backgrounds); In 1890, a recluse millionaire, with his dying breath, informs his servant that no one is to enter this house after his death; Anyone doing so will fall under the dying man's curse; Captain Marvel intervenes. "Gamblers of Death," script by Bill Parker, pencils by C.C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza; Risking death, Billy investigates a phantom gambling ring which uses men's lives as chips in a fantastic game of murder for money. "Sivana the Weather Wizard," script by Bill Parker, art by C.C. Beck; Billy seeks to learn why there has been ten times as much damage by tornado, earthquake, hail storms, and floods than the previous year, disasters that threaten to bankrupt American insurance companies; Billy smells a rat and it's Captain Marvel who discovers the truth and the man behind it: Sivana! 64-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in., black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #3
    Flashback 03: U.S.A. Comics #1 (1941/1970) 3

    The third issue of the Flashback reprint series presents U.S.A. Comics # 1 originally published in August 1941 by Timely (now Marvel). The Defender illustration, script by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, art by Joe Simon. "The Hideous Dame Kackle," inks by Charles Nicholas; When U.S. Marine Don Stevens investigates the death of a man who was pushed from an old schooner, it is the Defender who is called to the fore to battle the evil Dame Kackle. "The Origin of The Whizzer," pencils by Al Avison, inks by Al Gabriele; Crook Granno "makes" Dr. Frank kill a patient he is operating on and tells the good doctor to get out of the country---or else!; But Frank's son, now known as the Whizzer, sees things differently and vows revenge on the man who led Dr. Frank to die in the jungles of Africa. "The Spirits of Freedom," script by Phil Sturm, pencils by Syd Shores, inks by George Klein; Hitler threatens America through the use of fifth columnists to destroy America's arsenals and powerhouses. But the U.S. has an ace in the hole: Mr. Liberty. "The Tunnel that Led to Death," script and art by Basil Wolverton; Gollings, construction engineer, agrees to build a tunnel from Roffler's basement for the sum of $5000, not realizing over the top of it will be built a giant airfield, whose airplanes will be used to destroy a factory. Captain America Wants You ad. "The Coming of the Young Avenger," art by Howard Purcell (as Michael Robard); Young Avenger (Bill Byron) vs. Eric von Himmel. "The Origin of Jack Frost," script by Stan Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; With his dying breathe, a man tells Jack Frost to save his daughter from a man out to steal the gold mine in Alaska that he had discovered. 64-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in., black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #4
    Flashback 04: Hangman Comics #1 (1941/1970) 4
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    The fourth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Special Comics # 1 originally published in 1941 by MLJ Magazines. With issue #2, this series became titled Hangman Comics, so this is actually Hangman # 1. Three Hangman stories. Two Boy Buddies back-up stories (art on both by Paul Reinman). Origins of the Hangman (retold) and the Boy Buddies. Death of the Comet. Shield and Wizard cross-over. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #5
    Flashback 05: Military Comics #1 (1941/1970) 5
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    The fifth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Military Comics # 1 originally published in 1941 by Quality Comics Group. The first appearance of Blackhawk. Cover art by Will Eisner. "The Origin of Blackhawk," script by Will Eisner and Bob Powell, art by Chuck Cuidera; Warsaw, Poland 1939; The Nazis are massing to rout the Polish Air Force, the only obstacle to their victory over Poland, and are being led by the Nazi commander, Captain von Tepp; However, in his attack, the brother and sister of a lone survivor are killed, and this survivor, later to become The Blackhawk, vows to hunt down von Tepp and make him pay personally for their deaths. "Flying with the Red Dragon Squadron," art by Bob Powell (as Bud Ernest); The boys lose their contract as test pilots after a crack-up and find themselves being asked to join a group called the Red Dragon Squadron. "Origin of the Blue Tracer," art by Fred Guardineer; "Wild Bill" Dunn, an American engineer, survives a British scouting expedition in Ethiopia, meets an Australian named Private Jones, and for months they work together to create a war machine from the remains of Fascist equipment that they call the Blue Tracer, and which they hope will provide the capabilities to overcome a local enemy tribe. "Enlisting the Hard Way," script and art by Klaus Nordling; An unlikely duo team up to foil the attempts of a Nazi attache who is interested in obtaining information on a secret U.S. fighter. "The Coming of the Yankee Eagle," script by John Stewart, art by William Smith; A group of Nazi spies work their way into the ranks of America's military services, attempting to turn over to the enemy some of the U.S.'s best ships. "The Origin of the Death Patrol," script and art by Jack Cole. "The Origin of Miss America," art by Elmer Wexler; Miss America (Joan Dale) vs. Mr. Grost. "Sink the Kaiser Adolf," art by Henry Kiefer; The schooner "Albatross" succeeds in capturing the Battleship "Kaiser Adolf," then must take on the Nazis' new battleship, "Kronzprinz Albrecht." 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #6
    Flashback 06: All Star Comics #4 (1940/1970) 6
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    The sixth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL STAR #4 originally published in 1941. Cover art by Everett E. Hibbard. "For America and Democracy!", script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Everett E. Hibbard (pages 1-10, 55-58), Martin Nodell (pages 11-17), Bernard Baily (pages 18-30), Howard Sherman (pages 31-36), Craig Flessel (pages 37-42), Sheldon Moldoff (pages 43-49), and Ben Flinton (pages 50-54); The JSA closes in on Fritz Klaver, who threatens to blow up everyone rather than be captured; But the JSA overpowers the Grey Shirts while Dr. Fate's occult powers halt Klaver in his tracks; Later, the JSA reports to the FBI Chief that their assignments have been successfully completed. "A Fortune Teller's Fortune" text story starring Johnny Thunder, art by Sheldon Meyer. Ad for The Flash. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #7
    Flashback 07: Pep Comics #1 (1940/1970) 7
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    The seventh issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Pep Comics # 1 originally published in 1940 by National Periodical Publications. With the SHIELD. Also appearing the COMET by Jack Cole, THE FALCOLN and 5 more. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #8
    Flashback 08: Young Allies #1 (1941/1970) 8

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    The eighth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents YOUNG ALLIES # 1 originally published in 1941 by Timely Comics (now Marvel). Featuring the Red Skull. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in., black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

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    $38 Marvel Masterworks Golden Age Young Allies HC Vol 1 STAN LEE Otto Binder
  • Issue #9
    Flashback 09: Doll Man Quarterly #1 (1941/1970) 9
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    The ninth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Doll Man Quarterly # 1 originally published in 1941 by Quality Comics. "Phantom Swordsman!!"; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) battles The Phantom Duelist (Steve Morton), who makes his first appearance and then dies. "The Vulture!!"; Doll Man battles The Vulture. "Origin of Justin Wright," script and art by George Brenner (as Wayne Reid); Justin receives a telegram summoning him to the offices of Cronin, Fox and DiPreta, where Cronin informed Wright, because it was his 26th birthday, he stood to inherit his parents' fortune; At his boyhood home, while going through some of his parents' possessions, he discovered a red scarf that belonged to his mother; From that moment on, he wore that scarf and a blue suit, vowing to avenge his parents' murder as Just 'N' Right, rounding up two mobsters responsible. "The Framing of Joe Davis"; Doll Man vs. Slats and his gang. "Black Gold"; Doll Man vs. Dr. Rosdick and Professor Weezel. "Red Light of Doom" text story starring Doll Man, written by Robert M. Hyatt. "The Black Gondolier"; Doll Man vs. The Black Gondolier, who makes his first appearance. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #10
    Flashback 10: Captain Marvel #1 (1941/1970) 10
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    The tenth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Captain Marvel #1 originally published in 1941 by Fawcett Publications. Cover art by C. C. Beck. "Captain Marvel vs. Z," script by Manly Wade Wellman pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Briefer; Thwarted time and time again by his avowed enemy, Captain Marvel, Sivana decides to create a rival that is more than human to combat his hated foe...a foe he calls "Z" because he is the ultimate in toughness. "Out West," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Briefer; Billy is on vacation at Rimrock and gets involved, as Captain Marvel, in a Broncho riding contest; But Billy spots the owner of the Crossbone Ranch and feels he knows him, and begins an investigation that leads him directly to the owner as the leader of a large rustling operation while he poses as a victim himself of the band of rustlers. Captain Marvel Pencil-Puzzle-Page. "The Monsters of Saturn," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Briefer; Billy receives a message from Saturn over his radio device from captives that are being enslaved by monsters on the planet, asking for assistance; Captain Marvel travels by rocket ship to Saturn to take on the vicious slave drivers, allowing himself to be captured by his foes in order to get the full story about the enemy before he deals with them and prevent an invasion of the Earth. "Battles the Vampire," pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Briefer; Billy is given an assignment to interview a Doctor Deever, who has created a process to restore the dead to life; The doctor takes Billy to a cemetery and succeeds in raising a vampire back to life; Billy, checks out a book to aid him in his cause: "The Vampire Legend" by H. P. Lovecraft. Back cover Captain Marvel illustration by Jack Kirby. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #11
    Flashback 11: Plastic Man #1 (1943/1970) 11

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    The 11th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Plastic Man # 1 originally published in 1941 by Vital Publications. Four Plastic Man stories. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #12
    Flashback 12: New York Worlds Fair (1939/1970) 12
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    The 12th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents New York World's Fair Comics, originally published in 1939 by Fawcett Publications. Cover art by Vincent Sullivan and Fred Guardineer (head shots). "Superman at the World's Fair," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Lois and Clark are assigned to cover the Fair, but after Lois is kidnapped, Superman has to take over, both to rescue her from a wanted criminal and make sure the Fair is covered properly for the paper. Fairs 1851-1939 illustration by Sheldon Moldoff. "Chuck Warren Goes to the New York World's Fair," script and art by Tom Hickey; Chuck and his college teammates have earned the right to compete in the mile relay at the Fair, but they go through hair-raising adventures even before they arrive! "Hanko Goes to the World's Fair 3000 Miles by Horseback," art by Creig Flessel. History of the New York World's Fair 1939 article, art by Creig Flesse. "Butch the Pup at the New York's World Fair," script and art by Fred Schwab; Butch is at the World's Fair and suffers through a series of mis-adventures looking for food. "Ginger Snap at the New York World's Fair," art by Bob Kane. Untitled Scoop Scanlon, Five Star Reporter story, script and art by Bill Ely; vs. Bronson and Mr. Luisetti. "A Day at the World's Fair," art by Creig Flessel; Uncle George takes Jim and Jane to many of the Fair's exhibits, giving them helpful information along the way. "Slam Bradley at the World's Fair," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; After rounding up a gang of tough thugs, Slam is given a $1000 reward, so he decides that he and Shorty will visit the World's Fair as a part of a well-deserved vacation. Untitled story, script by Gardner F. Fox (as Larry Dean), art by Bert Christman; The Sandman (Wesley Dodds) vs. Evarts and spies. "The World's Fair Exhibit," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Fred Guardineer; Zatara vs. Hu Song. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #13
    Flashback 13: All Star 2 (1940/1974) 13

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    The 13th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL STAR # 2 originally published in 1940 by MLJ Magazines. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

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    4 days left Auction All Star Comics #2 1940 Front Cover Picture, All-Star DC Green Lantern The Flash
  • Issue #14
    Flashback 14: All Select 1 (1943/1974) 14

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    The 14th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL SELECT #1 originally published in 1943 by Timely Comics (now Marvel). Cover art by Alex Schomburg. "The Case of the Mystery of the Human Bats," pencils by Don Rico, inks by Al Bellman; The Vulture and his Batmen capture various important figures of the war effort until Cap and Bucky are taken to their aerie and overpower the Vulture; With their leader defeated, and the serum that gives them flight collected by Cap, the Batmen and Vulture will die within a few hours. "Corner the Clutching Claw," script by Bill Finger; The Human Torch (Jim Hammond) vs. The Claw and Herr Hundt. "The Jumping Jeep" starring Jeep Jones, art by Chic Stone. "The Sub That Went to the Races" starring Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, art by Larry Antonette. "Blood Money"; The Black Widow vs. Ogor; Satan appears. "Battles the Bloody Baron" starring The Sub-Mariner, art by Dan Darry. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #15
    Flashback 15: Captain Marvel Adv. 2 (1941/1974) 15

    The 15th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES # 2 originally published in 1941 by Fawcett. Cover art by C. C. Beck. "World of the Microscope," script by Manly Wade Wellman, art by George Tuska; Sivana uses his latest discovery to shrink Captain Marvel and Beautia in size, landing them in a microscopic world, where they face an array of dangers, including Sivana himself. Play Square with Captain Marvel activity page. "Invasion from Mars," art by George Tuska; Captain Marvel battles the Spider Men from Mars, who have invaded the Earth, and whom, he discovers, are robots. "The Curse of the Scorpion" Captain Marvel text story, art by George Tuska; Billy joins a group of archaeologists who are involved in tomb excavations and are just about to obtain information about the ancient Scorpion Dynasty when the expedition discovers the Golden Scorpion and adjusts its lenses, causing an explosion; When the smoke clears, Billy stands before the ancient High Priest of Siam named Shazam, who gives Billy strange powers which transform him into the mighty Captain Marvel! "The Pirate's Treasure," script by Rod Reed, art by George Tuska; Mr. Morris sends Billy out to discover the truth behind the strange murder of a poor sailor, and Billy finds himself shanghaied aboard the pirate ship "Sea Witch," heading for an isolated island where the Captain of the ship seeks the sunken treasure of Tamungu just off shore. "The Arson Fiend" starring Captain Marvel, script by Rod Reed, art by George Tuska. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

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    $15 FLASHBACK 15 (June 1974) VF- CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES 1941reprints
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    $30 CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #2 1941 Flashback Edition 1974
  • Issue #16
    Flashback 16: Pep Comics 17 (1941/1974) 16
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    The 16th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents PEP COMICS # 17 originally published in 1941 by MLJ Magazines. First appearance and origin of the Hangman. Cover art by Irv Novick. Shield G-Man Club ad. "The Case of the Kid Lookout," script by Harry Shorten, art by Irv Novick; The Shield (Joe Higgins) vs. Blinker and his gang. "The Origin of the Hangman," art by George Storm; John "The Comet" Dickering sees his brother Bob being kidnapped by a couple of Big Boy Malone's men, and flies to his aid, but is shot and killed in the process; Bob swears revenge and becomes The Hangman, and when Chugger is found not guilty because John Dickering isn't alive to testify against him, The Hangman hustles Chugger out of the courtroom, and subjects him to his own methods to extract a confession. "Prisoners of the Cyclops," script by Harry Shorten, art by Lin Streeter; Danny In Wonderland encounters a giant cyclops. "Trapped by the Fuzzy Wuzzies," art by Charles Biro; Sergeant Boyle and Corporal Collins vs. the Fuzzy Wuzzies. "The Sailboat Smugglers"; The Fireball (Ted Tyler) vs. a gang of smugglers. Pep Comics ad. "Man without a Face," script by Harry Shorten, art by George Storm; On his wedding day, Kayo's face is badly burned; Ashamed of his scarred face, he flees and becomes a hobo; Kayo fights a local fighter in a small town. "The Parachute Killer," script by Joe Blair, art by Sam Cooper; Bentley of Scotland Yard vs. Roger Kimberley. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #17
    Flashback 17: Captain Marvel Jr. 1 (1943/1974) 17

    The 17th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents CAPTAIN MARVEL, JR. #1 originally published in 1943 by Fawcett Publications. Cover art by Mac Raboy. "The Origin of Captain Marvel, Jr. Retold," art by Al Carreno; While they are fishing, Freddy's grandfather rescues the nefarious Captain Nazi, who promptly kills the grandfather and severely injures Freddy Freeman; Captain Marvel rescues the young boy and takes him to see Shazam, who gives some of the Mighty Mortal's powers to the boy, who then becomes Captain Marvel Junior. "Wings Over Dazaggar!!", art by Al Carreno; Captain Marvel Jr. goes to Dazaggar in Africa to fight Captain Nazi and prevent him from moving plans ahead there to use gigantic "winged castles" to invade the Western Hemisphere. "The Shadow That Walked!", art by Al Carreno; Captain Marvel Jr. involves himself in a case where a criminal, known as The Walking Shadow, is causing a crime wave, threatening to become the King of Crime, a title he may well own if he can locate the Dumont Treasure. "The Bomb Proof Shirt!" starring Willie Wynn. "The Case of the Crippled Kidnappers," art by Al Carreno; Captain Marvel Jr. gets involved in a fake accident racket, in which young cripples were drugged, then used in certain fake accidents that would net the gang millions in blackmail payments. "The Cracked Safecracker," art by Al Carreno; Captain Marvel Jr. saves an older couple from being run over, and discovers that they are to be forced into living in a poorhouse unless their son can be found to help them out; But when he sees a picture of the son, Captain Marvel Jr. recognizes him as a noted safecracker. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #18
    Flashback 18: Master Comics 21 (1941/1974) 18

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    The 18th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents MASTER COMICS #21 originally published in 1941 by Fawcett Publications. Cover art by Mac Raboy. Captain Marvel Picture Puzzle ad. "The Coming of Captain Nazi," script by Bill Woolfolk, art by Mac Raboy; Origin and first appearance of Captain Nazi, who will cause the creation of Capt. Marvel Jr. in Whiz 25. Captain Marvel Club ad. "The Black Dragon Society!", art by Charles Sultan; Minute Man vs. Black Dragon Society. "V Stands for Victory" text story by Manly Wade Wellman (as Juan Lopez). "The Curse of the Balandrachu" starring El Carim, art by George Tuska. "The Goat People and the Dragon" starring Captain Venture and the Planet Princess, script by Otto Binder, art by Rafael Astarita; vs. King Leon. "The Peacemakers" starring the Companions Three. "The Landers-Benson Range War," art by Ralph Carlson; Buck Jones and Mike run smack into a range war, and have to make peace. "Black Giant, the Man from the Grave" starring Zoro The Mystery Man 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #19
    Flashback 19: Sub-Mariner Comics 1 (1941/1974) 19

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    The 19th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents SUB-MARINER COMICS #1 originally published in 1941 by Timely/Marvel. Cover art by Alex Schomburg. "Deep-Sea Blitzkrieg," script and art by Bill Everett; Hitler decides to smash Atlantis, and in the first U-boat attack, the emperor is incapacitated and Namor assumes command. The Atlanteans fight back in "Trojan" whales and sharks that circle the Nazi subs without being noticed until their guns open up; The Nazi fleet is destroyed when Namor's people man gun emplacements on top of icebergs and rain down fiery death. Namor is captured by the lead sub, but Namor destroys the sub with his bare hands. Captain America Comics ad. "The Radium Robbery," script and art by Bill Everett; Sub-Mariner vs. The Nazis. "Namor... His Boyhood" text story by Ray Gill. "The House of Horror," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Angel vs. Ricardo Amegos and zombies. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #20
    Flashback 20: New York World's Fair (1940/1974) 20

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    The 20th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR COMICS (1940) by DC Comics. Cover art by Jack Burnley. Untitled story, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Jack Burnley (as Joe Shuster); Lois and Clark are given an assignment to get the feminine slant of the new World's Fair, and overhear a plot by an international jewel thief to steal the Madras Emerald before it can be displayed at the Fair in the House of Jewels. Untitled story, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Harry Lampert; Red, Whitey and Blooey investigate tainted beef that is being provided to the Army by contract. "Hanko the Cowhand at the World's Fair," art by Creig Flessel. Untitled story, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Howard Sherman; A chance sighting of a mysterious yacht, while on the parachute jump, leads Slam and Shorty to help rescue the Princess of Robaria, who is in America to sign papers allowing her nation to sell the Robarian crown jewels. "Zatara the Master Magician at the World's Fair," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joseph Sulman; Zatara faces the challenge of rounding up a pair of pick pockets at the Fair, who use a fake murder to draw attention away from their activities. Fair Facts article, art by Raymond Perry. "The Hour-Man at the World's Fair," script by Ken Fitch, art by Bernard Baily; Rex Tyler is ordered by his employer at the Bannerman Laboratories to conduct some scientific experiments at the Fair and is invited to perform at a wealthy estate. "At the World's Fair with Jim and Jane," art by Creig Flessel. "The Sandman Goes to the World's Fair," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Chad Grothkopf; Slugger Slade decides to retaliate against the District Attorney for his conviction by kidnapping Dian. Untitled Johnny Thunderbolt story, script by John B. Wentworth, art by Stan Aschmeier. "Batman and Robin Visit the 1940 New York World's Fair," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Bob Kane and George Roussos (backgrounds); The destruction of the Great West River Bridge and the blackmail demand made to the Travers Engineering Corporation spur the Dynamic Duo to investigate the matter, and they uncover a terrifying plot masterminded by the evil Dr. Vreekill. 96-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #21
    Flashback 21: Human Torch 1 (1940/1974) 21

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    The 21st issue of the Flashback reprint series presents HUMAN TORCH # 1 originally published in 1940 by Timely/Marvel Comics. Origin and first appearance of Toro. Human Torch (by Carl Burgos), the Sub-Mariner (by Bill Everett), the Falcon, Microman, Mantor the magician, and the Fiery Mask. One-page text feature of how Burgos created the Human Torch. One-page text feature of how Everett created the Sub-Mariner. full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #22
    Flashback 22 All Star Comics 1 (1940 1974) 22

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    The 22nd issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL STAR COMICS #1 originally published in 1940. "The Sorcerer Trygg," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Sheldon Moldoff; As Hawkman is flying over the Welsh Mountains in search of adventure, he hears the cry of a young woman who says that she is trying to escape from zombies; Apparently, her uncle discovered a Haitian secret of how to make zombies work for him in mines that were left to the young lady by her deceased father; Hawkman decides then and there to put an end to this injustice. "The Twin Thieves," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Chad Grothkopf; As Wes visits a jewelry store to buy a watch, a hold-up man enters intending to rob the place; Wes gives chase and passes the man who is now wearing a completely different suit! Intrigued, Wes follows the man home, but returns later as the Sandman to investigate, and discovers a safe loaded with jewels. "The European War of 2240," script by Sheldon Meyer (plot) and Jon L. Blummer, art by Jon L. Blummer; It is the year 2240 and war has broken out between two European nations: Toutonia and Balkania. As High Moderator of the United States, it is the job of Gary Concord, Ultra-Man, to restore the peace, and get people back to work, especially in the hard-hit uranium mines. "The Murder of Widow Jones," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Everett E. Hibbard; Racing along the street, the Flash notices a Policeman standing before a residential house, and asks what is wrong and he tells the Fastest Man Alive that the open window of the widow lady who lives there is very suspicious, especially because she never goes anywhere and because she won't answer the locked door. "The Tenement Fires," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Bernard Baily; The Spectre vs. Dr. Cragg. "The Great Remembo," script by Albert Sulman, art by Joseph Sulman; Biff Bronson vs. Agent X. "The Forest Fire," script by Ken Fitch, art by Bernard Baily; Hourman vs. John Blair. "The Volcano Invasion," script by Jerry Siegel, art by William Smith. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #23
    Flashback 23 All Winners Comics 1 (1941 1974) 23

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    The 23rd issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL WINNERS COMICS # 1 originally published in 1941. In this issue: The Human Torch in "Carnival of Fiends" (by Carl Burgos), The Black Marvel in "The Order of the Hood" (script by Stan Lee, art by Al Avison and Al Gabriele), Captain America in "The Case of the Hollow Men" (by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby), an All Winners text story by Stan Lee (2 pages), The Sub-Mariner (by Bill Everett), and The Angel in "The Case of the Mad Gargoyle." Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #24
    Flashback 24: Spy Smasher 1 (1941/1974) 24
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    The 24th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents SPY SMASHER # 1 originally published in 1941 by Fawcett Publications. Four untitled Spy Smasher stories. Cover price $3.00.

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    $20 Flashback 24 Spy Smasher 1 FN Reprint 1974
  • Issue #25
    Flashback 25: America's Greatest Comics 1 (1941/1970) 25

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    This is Issue #25 of the Flashback reprint series published by DynaPubs. This issue reprints America's Greatest Comics #1 published in 1941 by Fawcett Publications. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #26
    Flashback 26: Marvel Mystery Comics 4 (1940/1974) 26

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    The 26th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents MARVEL MYSTERY COMICS # 4 originally published in 1940 by Timely/Marvel Comics. The Human Torch (by Carl Burgos), the Angel, the Sub-Mariner (by Bill Everett), the Masked Raider, Electro the Marvel of the Age, Ferret Mystery Detective, and Ka-Zar (by Ben Thompson). 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #27
    Flashback 27: Silver Streak Comics 6 (1940/1974) 27
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    The twenty-seventh issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Silver Streak Comics #7 originally published in 1940 by Your Guide Publications. Cover art by Jack Cole. "Race Around the World," script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns); Sir Cedric Challenges the Streak to a race, and he agrees: to make it a 'round the world affair; On the way, he fights the Nazis, rescues a girl from an evil Sheik, prevents that Sheik from successfully harming a caravan of American travelers on their way to Maskat, and wins the race! "The Flying Dragon," art by Maurice Gutwirth; Sky Wolf comes across a weird plane used by a gang of vicious criminals who defy the law by using scientific methods to rob and plunder. "Nick Carro's Protection Racket," art by Hal Sharp; Ranger Wayne has to prevent a protection racket from moving into the west to take advantage of the cattle ranchers. "The Claw Lives Again," script and art by Jack Cole; The Green Claw literally rises from the dead and it's up to Carl Durrant to investigate. Untitled story, script by Don Rico (as Captain Cook), art by Jack Binder; After stopping Joe Ripper's escape, after he had murdered a bank guard and stolen the bank's money, Daredevil finds a clue on his body and begins to hunt down the Ricco Gang that Ripper was a part of. "The Ivory Raiders"; After having destroyed the monster in the city, Lance heads into the jungle to do battle with ivory raiders when he sees a young boy being threatened by a lion. "The Spook Strikes Back," art by Harry Anderson; Ace Powers vs. Panther Man, The Spook and Skeleton Men. "The Starfish Men of the Water Planet"; While on patrol one day near a weird planet, Nirma starts feeling faint and Captain Keen wonders if the planet is responsible. "The Sky Bug" starring Dickie Dean the Boy Inventor, script and art by Jack Cole. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #7
    Flashback 28: World's Finest Comics 7 (1942/1974) 7

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    The twenty-eighth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents World's Finest Comics #7 originally published in 1942 by World's Best Comics Company. Cover art by Jack Burnley. "The Eight Doomed Men!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Ed Dobrotka (as Joe Shuster), inks by John Sikela (as Joe Shuster); The members of the Elkhart University Pi Theta Dau fraternity vow upon graduation to meet 20 years later, and that they do...where someone vows to kill each and every one of them! "The Case of the Walking Dynamo!", art by Joseph Sulman; A bolt of lightning accidently crashes through the window of Professor Bly, turning him into a human magnet; He now considers himself unstoppable and decides to lead a life of crime. "Bringing in 'Baby'", art by Stanley Kaye; Drafty and Tim are ordered to meet the in-coming train and take charge of General Slater's baby. "A Modern Arabian Nightmare!", script by Joe Simon, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Simon; An ancient idol, once created when thieves formed their own cults and set up idols against "The Wrath of the Caliph," now is used by modern criminals for their own greedy purposes. "The Case of the Jinxed Skyscraper," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Hal Sherman; The Star-Spangled Kid vs. Mr. Ghool. "The Phantom Voice," art by Ken Battefield. "Wings of Flame" starring Green Arrow, art by Bernard Klein; A new criminal uses pigeons to help set fires with thermite capsules and create a blind while he and his gang commit crimes. "The Vanishing V-Men," art by Lee Harris; Lando vs. Monetti. "The North Pole Crimes" starring Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder, script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson; A ruthless gang of criminals heads to the far north to commit crimes and the Dynamic Duo must solve the riddle of their leaving a snowman at the scene of every crime they commit. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #29
    Flashback 29: Captain America Comics 2 (1941/1974) 29

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    The 29th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS # 2 originally published in 1941 by Timely/Marvel Comics. Captain America and Bucky battle Hitler and the Nazis in "The Ageless Orientals Who Wouldn't Die," Trapped in the Nazi Stronghold," "The Wax Statue That Struck Death," and a two-page text story, "Short Circuit." Art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Back-up stories: Tuk the Caveboy in "The Valley of the Mist" (by Avison with a Kirby Splash page) and Hurricane, Master of Speed (by Simon/Kirby). Classic Hitler cover. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #31
    Flashback 31: Hit Comics #1 (1941/1970) 31
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    The 31st issue of the Flashback reprint series presents HIT COMICS # 1 originally published in July 1941 by Quality Comics Group. Features include Hercules, X-5 Secret Agent, Jack and Jill Super Sleuths, the Red Bee, Strange Twins, Bob and Swab (art by Klaus Nordling), Casey Jones, Weird Tales, Neon, Tommy Tinkle, and Blaze Barton. Lou Fine cover. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #32
    Flashback 32: America's Greatest Comics 7 (1943/1974) 32

    The 32nd issue of the Flashback reprint series presents AMERICA'S GREATEST COMICS # 7 originally published in 1943 by Fawcett Publications. Stories include "Captain Marvel and the World of Your Tomorrow," Commando Yank in "Danger at the Dyke," Mr. Scarlet and Pinky in "The Riddle of the Runaway Room," "Minute Man Makes the Dictators Buy War Bonds," Balbo in "The Missing Rabbit," Herbert, and Bulletman the Flying Detective in "The Curious Case of the Killer-Diller Killers." 96-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #2
    Flashback 33: Plastic Man 2 (1944/1974) 2

    The thirty-third issue of the Flashback reprint series presents Plastic Man #2 originally published in 1944 by Vital Publications. Cover art by Jack Cole. "The Gay Nineties Nightmare" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; A city has been transformed to look like the gay Nineties (1890's). "Who's Who" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; Elmer Body has the ability to change bodies with anyone; Unfortunately for him, he chooses Woozy Winks. "The Lava Man" starring Plastic Man, script and art by Jack Cole; Fargo Freddie falls into a volcano, and turns into a Lava Man. "Welcome To Coroner's Corners!", script and art by Jack Cole; Plas and Woozy go to Coroner's Corners to try and find out why everyone has gone stark raving mad. 64-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #34
    Flashback 34: Ibis 1 (1942/1976) 34

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    The 34th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents IBIS THE INVINCIBLE # 1 originally published in 1942 by Fawcett Publications. Four untitled Ibis stories. Sir Butch back-up story. full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #35
    Flashback 35: Captain Marvel Adventures 7 (1942/1976) 35

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    The 35th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES # 7 originally published in 1942 by Fawcett Publications. Captain Marvel stars in "The Ghost of the White Room," "The Science of Dr. Sarr," "The Pirates of Port Peril," and "The Slayer on Skis." Captain Kid untitled back-up story. full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #36
    Flashback 36: Flash Comics 15 (1941/1976) 36

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    The 36th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents FLASH COMICS #15 originally published in 1941 by DC Comics (National Periodical Publications). Cover art by Sheldon Moldoff. "Circus Caper," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Everett E. Hibbard; In order to keep a circus from going under financially, the Flash becomes the star attraction. "Fireman's Folly," script by John B. Wentworth, art by Stan Aschmeier; Johnny Thunder gets a job as a fireman. "Adventure of the Tin Plate Princess" starring Les Watts, Radio Amateur, script and art by Don Cameron; Les, Joe and Roy use their ham radio gear to rescue an heiress. "The Crooked Tax Collector," script by John B. Wentworth, art by Homer Fleming; The assistant tax collector kidnaps a little boy to keep his grandmother from testifying against him. "The Witch and the Hilton Jewels" starring King Standish, script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Harry Lampert; The Witch and the King spar over the Hilton jewels. "Industrial Sabotage," pencils by Ben Flinton, inks by Leonard Sansone; German agents use toys to smuggle military secrets out of the country. "The Hooded Horror" Flash Picture Novelette, script and art by Ed Wheelan. "The Hand," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Sheldon Moldoff; The Hawkman must somehow contend with the horrible invention of a bodiless killer hand that is being used to steal and kill in order that a man become sole heir to a valuable estate. All-Star Comics #4 ad. 64-pages, full color cardstock cover, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #37
    Flashback 37: Captain Midnight 1 (1942/1976) 37

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    The 37th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #1 originally published in 1942 by Fawcett Publications. "The Murder Trap," art by Jack Binder; Captain Midnight vs. Herr Luger. Captain Marvel ad. "Secret Sub," art by Jack Binder; Captain Midnight battles German U-boats disguised as fishing vessels. Whiz Comics ad. "Captain Midnight Rescues a Romeo," art by Jack Binder; Spies kidnap Icky Mudd and offer to exchange him for plans for a new bomber. "Introducing Little Sneezer." "Invisible Menace," art by Jack Binder; Captain Midnight vs. Baron Von Togo; Ichabod Mudd, Chuck Ramsay, Joyce Ramsay and Secret Squadron appear. Master Comics ad. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #8
    Flashback 38: World's Finest Comics 8 (1942/1976) 8

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    The thirty-eighth issue of the Flashback reprint series presents World's Finest Comics #8 originally published in 1942 by World's Best Comics Company. Cover art by Jack Burnley. "Talent, Unlimited," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Sam Citron (as Joe Shuster), inks by John Sikela (as Joe Shuster); Clark Kent is given the assignment by Editor White to find a missing heiress, but along the way manages to help five other people realize their dreams.....as the Man of Steel! "Tanks for the Memory!", art by Stan Kaye; Drafty and Tim are put on K.P. duty, but manage to break everything in sight, so they are assigned to anti-tank detail instead! "The Magic Lantern," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joseph Sulman; A couple of crooks watch Zatara perform magic with an ancient lamp, so they steal it, hoping to use its magic to commit crimes. "Stripesy, Solo Sleuth Inc.!" starring The Star-Spangled Kid, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Hal Sherman; Having had a petty quarrel with Sylvester, Stripesy decides to go into the detective business himself.....with disastrous results! "The Luck of the Lepparts," script by Jack Kirby and (possibly co-plotted by Joe Simon), pencils by Joe Simon, inks by Jack Kirby; The last living Leppart is haunted by his ancestors' curse: to die by one of the four elements. "The Unluckiest Man In The World!" starring The Green Arrow, script by Joseph Green, pencils by Cliff Young, inks by Steve Brodie. The Minuteman Answers the Call public service announcement by M. C. Gaines, art by Sheldon Moldoff. "A Double for Trouble," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joe Gallagher; While riding the subway, the King decides to make himself up like a passenger he sees sleeping in a seat; Unknown to him, that man is a reporter who has belittled "The Chicken," whom he suspects in involved with the Nazis! "Brothers In Law!" starring Batman and Robin, script by Jack Schiff, pencils by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane), inks by Jack Burnley (as Bob Kane) and Ray Burnley (backgrounds); The untimely death of their father leads the O'Brien brothers to attempt to get even with his killer, while working at odds against one another. The Boy Commandos ad. 100 pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #30
    Flashback 30: All-American Comics 24 (1941/1970) 30

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    The 30th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents ALL-AMERICAN COMICS # 24 (Green Lantern) originally published in 1941 by DC Comics. Green Lantern (by Mart Dellon and Bill Finger), Scribbly and the Red Tornado (by Sheldon Mayer), Mutt & Jeff and Cicero's Cat (both by Bud Fisher), Hop Harrigan, the Atom (by Ben Flinton and Bill O'Connor), Popsicle Pete, Rescue on Mars, Ben Webster, and Red, White, and Blue. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-1/2-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.