Auction in progress, bid now! Weekly Auction ends Monday April 29!

Feature Comics (1939) comic books

  • Issue #21
    Feature Comics (1939) 21
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.62) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • INCOMPLETE. Piece of page missing. Interrupts art and story. Full length spine split repaired with tape.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script by Ham Fisher, art by Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher). "Pursued By Baron Basil," script and art by Will Eisner (as Will Erwin); Espionage Starring Black X; first appearance of Baron Basil and his spy ring. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Princess of Navaria," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Gallant Knight vs. Chopak; Lady Alice appears. "The Death of Colonel Warren" starring Captain Cook of Scotland Yard, script and art by William A. Smith. "Crime at the International Fair" starring The Clock, script and art by George E. Brenner; O'Brien visits the 1939 World's Fair and immediately runs into trouble; He manages to stop the Boss and Chick without ever donning his black silk mask.Untitled Lala Palooza story, script and art by Rube Goldberg. "Theft by Seaplane," script and art by Frank Frollo; Richard Manners vs. Ned Parsons. "Ned Brant," script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "Murder among the Cree" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian; Amo vs. Chief Big Horn. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Feature Comics (1939) 22
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($7.08) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Tiny piece of plastic trapped inside slab. (see scan) Only graded copy. Cover re-attached with 2 pieces of tape.
    • Label #1139718002
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($4.50) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Tape along length of inner spine.

    Cover art by Lank Leonard. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script by Ham Fisher, art by Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher); Knobby tries to hire an English valet. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Children's Protest" starring Gil. O. Teen and Archie O'Toole, art by Bud Thomas; The kids revolt and take over the country, until they find out they have to be able to read to pass laws. "The Ghost of Jed Osborn," script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur); Rance Keane, Chaps Shaw and Jed Osborn vs. Poker Moseby. "The Rescue of Batu," script and art by Will Eisner (as Will Erwin); Espionage story; Black X vs. Daglos and other spies. "The Murder of D. A. Downs" starring The Clock (Brian O'Brien), Mayor Tull, Ted Downs, and Captain Kane, script and art by George Brenner. Untitled Lala Palooza story, script and art by Rube Goldberg. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Ruby Willie Case" starring Captain Cook of Scotland Yard, script and art by William A. Smith; Captain Cook vs. "Ruby" Willie Crandall, Red Smith, and Ferdinand Koffler. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. Untitled Reynolds of the Mounted story, script and art by Art Pinajian; Sgt. Reynolds vs. Mr. Big. "Showdown With Chopak" starring Gallant Knight, script and art by Vernon Henkel. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Feature Comics (1939) 23

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. "Introducing Charlie Chan," script and art by Alfred Andriola; British intelligence calls Chan (first appearance) in to help them find a missing chemist, Peter Charing. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. "Thunder in the Orient," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Sir Raymond vs. Tartars; Lady Alice appears. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Burton Kidnapping," script and art by George E. Brenner; Brian attempts to work his way into Inspector Kane's latest case, but Kane, who really doesn't mind help, merely considers O'Brien nothing more than his golfing buddy, leaving Brian to his undercover devices as the Clock in rounding up Butch and Squint. One-page Rube Goldberg's Side Show story. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. Untitled Jane Arden and Lena Pry story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel; Jane leaps from a window to escape the killer who entered her room. "Jim Slade's Plot," script and art by Art Pinajian; Jim Slade and his gang cause trouble. "Trouble At the Mountain Valley Ranch" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur). Untitled Joe Palooka story, script by Ham Fisher, art by Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher). 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Feature Comics (1939) 24
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($7.47) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Only graded copy.
    • Label #1139717004

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. "Nillot the Swindler," script and art by George E. Brenner; The Clock (Brian O'Brien) vs. Nillot, Joe and Kratz. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. "Land of Enchantment," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Gallant Knight vs. a slaver and his daughter; Charlemagne appearance. 2 pages of Rube Goldberg's Side Show strips. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Return of Jules Reynard," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Jules Reynard. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Mahati Diamond," script and art by Alfred Andriola; detective/mystery story starring Charlie Chan. Untitled Lala Palooza story, art by John Devlin. "The Phony Jim Towne," script by William A. Smith, art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Bug-Eye Burns. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Feature Comics (1939) 25

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. Untitled Lala Palooza story, art by John Devlin. "The Hedrin Gold Mine Mystery: Part 1" starring Charlie Chan, script and art by Alfred Andriola. "The Coming of Captain Fortune," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. Michael Severish. 2 Rube Goldberg's Side Show page. "The Parker Gang," script and art by George E. Brenner. Inspector Kane confides to Brian that he prefers having the Clock stepping in on his cases, such as the one with the Parker Gang, because his undercover men were too well known to the mobsters. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. "A Death In Wagonwheel," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. Ab Flint. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "Gold and Greed," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Wade and Red Cloud. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Feature Comics (1939) 26

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Mutiny of Michael Severish," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. Michael Severish. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. 2 pages of Rube Goldberg's Side Show strips. "Framed For Robbery," script and art by George E. Brenner; When Fingers Holts frames the Clock for his own crimes, and the Police show up to arrest the Clock, our hero lays a trap for Holts and hypnotizes him into confessing to his crimes. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. "Dirk Purdue, the Badman," script by William A. Smith, art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Dirk Purdue. "Red Hawk and the Rifles," script and art by Art Pinajian; Red Hawk vs. Paul Sanders. "The Hedrin Gold Mine Mystery: Part 2," script and art by Alfred Andriola; Detective-mystery with Charlie Chan. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Feature Comics (1939) 27

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. Untitled Doll Man story, script and art by Will Eisner; Introduction of Doll Man; Professor Roberts creates a marvelous chemical formula that can reduce a man to the size of a doll, but still retain the strength of twenty men; Against the advice of Roberts, Darrel Dane uses the formula to shrink himself, an action that temporarily drives him mad. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by B. W. Depew. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Streibel. Untitled Reynolds of the Mounted story, art by Art Pinajian; a Western story. "Phantom Gang Escapes Police Again" starring The Clock (Brian O'Brien), script and art by George E. Brenner. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell Ross. Untitled Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) story, art by Vernon Henkel. Untitled Rance Keane story, script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur). Untitled story, art by Alfred Andriola; detective-mystery story with Charlie Chan. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script by Ham Fisher, art by Mo Leff (ghost for Ham Fisher). 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Feature Comics (1939) 28

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. Untitled story, script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) battles Captain Clegg. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. 2 pages of Rube Goldberg's Side Show. "The Decoy Robbery" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur). One-page sports story, "Bill Carr's All Time Olympic Record." "The Bombing of Dan Nolen," script and art by George Brenner; The Clock (Brian O'Brien" vs. Clyde Neste. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross; jewels get stolen. "Dr. Rodent and the Harbor Bombings," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), pencils by Will Eisner and Lou Fine, inks by Lou Fine; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Dr. Rodent. "The Mysterious Light On Beaver Island," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Sam. "Barrell Rolls and Tail Spins" text story by A. J. Allen. "The Kidnapping of Donna Grant: Part 1," script and art by Alfred Andriola; Detective-mystery story with Charlie Chan. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Feature Comics (1939) 29

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Ed Cronin. "The Metropolis Museum Mystery" starring Doll Man (Darrel Dane), script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), pencils by Will Eisner and Lou Fine, inks by Lou fine; Darrel succeeds in developing Professor Roberts formula into pill form; vs. Sidney Ambrose. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. Untitled sports story with Ned Brant, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Kidnapping of Donna Grant: Part 2," script and art by Alfred Andriola; Detective-mystery story starring Charlie Chan. Untitled Dixie Dugan story, script by J. P. McEvoy, art by J. H. Striebel. "The Shooting of Ted Holt," script and art by George Brenner; The Clock (Brian O'Brien) battles The Reaper. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Flying Death," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted battles Chief Big Eagle. "The Crownsville Train Wreck," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. Gus Dropper. "Whispering Walls" text story by A. L. Allen. Untitled story, script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. Black Flint. "The Crop-Killing Planes" starring Spin Shaw, script and art by Bob Powell (as Rex Smith). Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Feature Comics (1939) 30

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Lou Fine. "The FBI Agent Killing," script and art by George Brenner; The Clock (Brian O'Brien) battles Carl Adolf Voss. Untitled soap opera-type story starring Jane Arden and Lena Pry, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Phoney Gold Shipment," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Lane and Jeff Dixon. 2 pages of Rube Goldberg's Side Show. "Collision at Sea" starring Spin Shaw, Captain "Poison" Atkins, and Ann Atkins, script and art by Bob Powell. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Fate of the DRAGON" starring Captain Fortune, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Bomber Engine Robberies," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), pencils by Will Eisner and Lou Fine, inks by Lou Fine; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. The Nazis. "The Bridge Blasters," script by William A. Smith, art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Seth Cheatham. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. "The Dr. Croft Ruby Mystery: Part 1," script and art by Alfred Andriola; Detective-mystery story with Charlie Chan. Untitled Mickey Finn and Nippie story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Feature Comics (1939) 31

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    "The Death Room," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), art by Lou Fine; Doll Man borrows a model plane owned by Tim Smith to use as his personal aircraft in going after Grimes, a hideous jewel thief; After capturing the felon, Doll Man returns the plane to Smith along with a $10 bill. 1 page of Rube Goldberg's Side Show. Untitled Jane Arden story, script by Monte Barrett, art by Russell E. Ross. "The Wicked Duke," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. Duke Edward of Kent. Untitled Joe Palooka story, script and art by Ham Fisher. "Cal Hennings's Rustlers" starring Rance Keane, the Knight of the West, script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur). "The Poison Gas Formula," art by George E. Brenner; While pursing thieves who had stolen a secret military poison gas formula, the Clock leaps from his airplane and lands on another below; The crooks use the gas on him. "Jasper Orin, Gun Runner," script and art by Bob Powell; Spin Shaw vs. Jasper Orin. Untitled Ned Brant story, script by Bob Zuppke, art by R. W. Depew. "The Dr. Croft Ruby Mystery: Part 2," script and art by Alfred Andriola; Detective-mystery story with Charlie Chan; Continued in Big Shot Comics (Columbia, 1940 series) #1. "The Escaped Convicts" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Feature Comics (1939) 32

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Lou Fine. "The Sins of Anton Bock," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), art by Lou Fine; Professor Roberts has perfected a powerful gas; A gas too dangerous to sell or even use, so he decides to destroy it; Before he can do so, he is kidnapped from his lab; Later, Darrel and Martha track his movements to the waterfront, where strange lights of red, blue and green, as well as mysterious noises are coming from; Doll Man steps in. "The Capture of Castle Balomar," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. Duke Edward. "The Three-Fingered Ogre," script by Toni Blum, art by Dan Zolnerowich (as Arthur Hamon Doyle); Zero investigates the ghostly return of three brothers, who in their youth had made a pact: if one of them were to die, they must return in the form of an agre, to care for the others. "The Medicine Man's Scheme," script and art by Art Pinajian. "The Snatch of the Plane Plans," script and art by Bob Powell; Spin Shaw vs. G. Roland Lorber. "The Murder of Bus Pritchard" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith. "Living Dead Men," script by Harry Campbell, art by Henry Weston Taylor; Blackburn and Jackson fake their own deaths by placing two medical school corpses in a car, setting it on fire, and pushing it over a cliff. "The Insurance Murder Plot" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "Origin of the Voice" starring Mr. Elixir, art by Stan Aschmeier. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Feature Comics (1939) 33

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "Back From the Dead," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), art by Lou Fine; Darrel soon discovers that he no longer needs his special pill in order to shrink in size; Instead, he invents another pill that makes his body rigid and the heart imperceptible. "Rance's New York Adventure," script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Harry the Hawk. "Spy Scent," script and art by Harry Campbell; Captain Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy vs. Tanya Slavska, Josef and Karel. "Mona, Queen of the Apes," pencils by Robert Hayward Webb and Ann Brewster, inks by Ann Brewster; Samar vs. Mona. "Navy Planes In Mass Flight To Philippines," script and art by Bob Powell; Spin Shaw vs. Princess Lahania and The Cherubus. "The Lady Pirate" starring Captain Fortune, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Solving of the World's Greatest Counterfeit Case," art by Stan Aschmeier; The Voice brazenly takes access of a bank's speaker system to send alert as the Voice, leading to the rescue of the bank's kidnapped President. "The Mystery of the Bloody Sword," script by Toni Blum, art by Dan Zolnerowich; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. ghosts of African slaves. "The Reforming of Mr. Grudge" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "Murder In the Beaver Mine," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Slade. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Feature Comics (1939) 34
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($4.98) will be charged at checkout.
    • CGC Qualified
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • PAGES 9 AND 14 MISSING, AFFECTS STORY. INCOMPLETE.
    • Label #0004220007

    "El Diablo Blanco," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Lou Fine; Doll Man hides himself behind El Diablo Blanco to give the impression that the steed could talk, an act which helps Wampum save his land; The horse was then tamed by Doll Man and used to pursue his enemy right off a cliff! "Sacrifice at Tafu," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune vs. a giant. "Ghost of the Coolnook Church," script by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler), art by Dan Zolnerowich; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. a ghost. "The Wildman of Wolf's Head Bay," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Tom Paxton. "Arctic Survival Mission" starring Spin Shaw, script and art by Bob Powell. "The Shakespeare Snatch," script and art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur). "The Black Mask," art by Stan Aschmeier; The Voice begins fielding requests for help and installed a special one-way mirror when he interviewed his clients, speaking to them from the mirror; One of the requests led the Voice to engage the mysterious Black Mask in battle. "The Hearing Eye" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Mystery in the Mine Shaft" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Feature Comics (1939) 35

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "The Return of Wampum," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Lou Fine; Doll Man vs. Briney and The crew of the Black Gull. "Hong Kong the Mandarin," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. Hong Kong, a character in Pee Wee's dream. "Danse Macabe" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum, art by Dan Zolnerowich; Story inspired by Saint-Saens's "Danse Macabre." "The Disappearance of Tim Benson," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Captain Crane and Philip Kemp. "Action On the Amazon," script and art by Bob Powell; Spin Shaw vs. Antzec. "The Ghost Ship," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Captain Fortune (Tyrone Fortune) vs. The Ghost Pirates. "Murder In Apartment 2-B" starring The Voice, art by Stan Aschmeier. "The Arson Plot," script and art by Paul Gustavson. "The Foiled Assassination," script and art by Harry Campbell; Captain Bruce Blackburn vs. Frantz, Pratz and Karl Korn. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "Valley of the Cavemen" starring Samar, pencils by Robert Hayward Webb and Ann Brewster, inks by Ann Brewster. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Feature Comics (1939) 36
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($4.24) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    "Python the Brain Thief," script by Will Eisner (as William Erwin Maxwell), pencils by Will Eisner and Lou Fine, inks by Lou Fine; When the Police discover headless bodies along the river, The Doll Man must use all of his cunning and wits to prevent the Python from stealing his brain! "The Anti-Cancer Serum," script and art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Prof. English. "Captured By the Amazons"; Samar vs. Lazana and his Amazons. "The Narcotics Ring," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Red Baylor, Spike, Madge Carr and other members of a narcotics ring. "The Mail Plane Spies," script and art by Bob Powell; Spin Shaw vs. Heinrich Muller. "The Twin Kidnappers" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "Captives of Captain Frosk" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Murder Tunes In," art by Stan Aschmeier; The Voice (Mr. Elixir" vs. John Burke. "The Mystery Motor" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Ghost's Vengeance" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum, art by Dan Zolnerowich. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Feature Comics (1939) 37

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    "The Laughing Puppeteer," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Lou Fine; Doll Man must face and defeat the evil puppeteer named Bombasto, who uses shrunken corpses in his work. "The Electric Cage Trap," script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. a racketeer. "Call of the North," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Duke Jackson. "Mutiny On the Ghost Galleon," script and art by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler); Zero, Ghost Detective vs. The ghost crew of the Flying Skull. "The Horse Race To Save Boyville" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "Tap Trap" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Aboard the Ghost Ship," art by Stan Aschmeier; The Voice (Mr. Elixir) vs. Gerald Carder. "Dmitri the Pearl Thief" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Amazons of Nesbo" starring Samar. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Feature Comics (1939) 38
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($0.38) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing first two wraps and centerfold, affects art and story.

    "The Deadly Toymaker," art by John Celardo; Darrel Dane becomes a government detective. "Mystery At the World's Fair," script and art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Frank Topping. "The Band of Treason" starring Captain Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Queen of the Bat-Men," art by Maurice Gutwirth; Samar vs. The Bat-Men and Queen Nevar. "Action In Guatemala" starring Spin Shaw, art by Clark Williams. "Mission To the Spirit World," script by Toni Blum; Zero's fellow mystic, Madam Aura, sent him into the spirit world after a young woman, where he used his "ring of the moon" to affect the spirits under moonlight. "Origin of the Ace of Space," script by H. Weston Taylor, art by Harry Campbell; Ace encounters a red and yellow alien spaceship while piloting his private plane, and is able to communicate with the being inside, who warns of an impending invasion by the Slogans. "The Game With Stamford" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "The Sinister Lighthouse" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Feature Comics (1939) 39

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "The Puritan Village," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by John Celardo; While chasing a gang of thieves, Darrel enters a cave which opens into a world where Puritans still live. "The Eye," script and art by William A. Smith (as Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. The Eye (Sol Lang). Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Blockade Runner," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Capt. John Galt. "The Valley of Giants" starring Samar, art by Maurice Gutwirth. "Mine Field Mission" starring Spin Shaw, script by Rex Smith, art by Witmer Williams. "The Haunted Night Club," script by Toni Blum; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. Tommy Manners. "The Demon of Destruction" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell; Inspired by a boy who attempted to emulate a comic book and called himself Colossal Guy, Blackburn decides to adopted a costumed identity himself that would aid him in his attempt to crush the so-called "Un-American Band." "The Ski Rescue Mission" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "The Phony Foreign Committee," script by H. Weston Taylor, art by Harry Campbell; Ace's telepathic abilities alert him to a plot by European dictators to impersonate United States lawmakers. "Witchcraft In Red Rock," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds of the Mounted vs. Simon Grabble. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Feature Comics (1939) 40

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Will Eisner. "Candy and Sabotage," art by John Celardo; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Gruber, Adolf and other spies. "The Treasure Hunt," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. The Eye and Bat Crawley. "The Dark House of Arno Cain," script by John Charles, art by Nick Cardy; Samar vs. Arno Cain. "Speed, Inc.," script by H. Weston Taylor, art by Harry Campbell; The Ace of Space must go up against the evil Dr. Devlin, who has invented a serum that gives men super-speed. "The Spell of the Albatross" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler), art by Charles Sultan. "Seven Seas Café" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "United States Fleet Leaves For Two-Day Makeover," script and art by Clark Williams; Spin Shaw vs. Mr. Wonga. "Kids of Calamity," script and art by Harry Campbell; After dealing with the Un-American Band, The Destroying Demon reveals his identity to Colonel Jordan. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Fifty Thousand Dollar Package" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Untitled Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Feature Comics (1939) 41

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "Doll Man Joins the Army," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by John Celardo; Darrel Dane joins the Army, and is out an issue later with no explanation. "The Treasure Hunt: Part 2" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith. "Traitor's Telltale Light," script and art by Harry Campbell; Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy vs. The Band. "The Captured Cubs starring Samar, script by John Charles, art by Nick Cardy. "War In Volcania," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Balok. "Sacrifice To Moloch," script by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler); Zero, Ghost Detective vs. a priest of Moloch. "The Ace in the Army," script by H. Weston Taylor, art by Harry Campbell; Ace becomes a Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps and goes after a group of spies that have seized a new flying fortress, recovering the plane; However, an injury to the left arm, suffered by the Ace of Space during the skirmish, is noted by the base Major to Egan's left arm, and the hero's secret becomes known. "Battle With the Giants" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian. "The Boat Race Murders," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Prof. Terhune. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Theft of the Plane Plans" starring Spin Shaw, script by Rex Smith, art by Witmer Williams. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Feature Comics (1939) 42

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Lou Fine (?)."The Treasure of the Black Albatross," art by John Celardo; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Captain Rocco. "The Treasure Hunt: Part 3" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith. "Introducing USA," art by Maurice Gutwirth; As a young girl in 1777 and around to witness Besty Ross creating the new American flag; She carried some threads of that flag in her locket, and, afterwards, grew very ill and passed away, being buried with that locket. In 1941, the locket was unearthed and when opened, USA was born. "Zero's Future Incarnation," script and art by Toni Blum; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. Loro, Mogur and un-named Martians. "The Slaver of Bleak Isle," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Abdul Kalat and Singh. "Ghosts Don't Use Guns," script and art by Harry Campbell; Capt. Bruce Blackburn vs. The Prussorians. "The Raid on Bulobo"; Samar vs. The Nazis. "Origin of Reynolds of the Mounted," script and art by Art Pinajian. "Trapping the Trappers" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "Bar Sinister," art by Clark Williams; Spin Shaw vs. a gang of spies. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Feature Comics (1939) 43

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. Untitled story, script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by John Celardo; A friend asks Tommy to contact Doll Man so that they could catch some kidnappers; In so doing, that friend, Ray, learns Doll Man's secret identity. Untitled story, script and art by William A. Smith (Will Arthur); Rance Keane vs. Ahram-id. Untitled story, art by Reed Crandall; Samar vs. Alina and Haji. "The Black Bat," script and art by Art Pinajian; Reynolds fights the Black Bat, a kidnapper whose father dresses up as "Madam Dupre"; The Bat takes flight to escape, but falls to his death when his wings malfunction. Untitled story, script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Jalnor. "Boomerang Blast," script and art by Harry Campbell; Capt. Bruce Blackburn vs. Gross and other spies. Untitled USA, the Spirit of Old Glory story, art by Maurice Gutwirth. Untitled story, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Roy and two other gamblers. "Murderess Escapes From Prison!", script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. Kitty Dell, Mr. Dell and a gang of crooks. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. Untitled Spin Shaw story, art by Clark Williams. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Feature Comics (1939) 44

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    "Trouble On the Twentieth Century Limited," script by Will Eisner (?), art by Reed Crandall; Darrel and Dr. Roberts speed after a train, attempting to catch up with a foreign spy who has stolen a valuable formula for making poison gas; Doll Man catches up to him only to lose the agent afterwards, but the crafty crime fighter sets a trap to catch all those involved. "The Mystery Schooner," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. Nazi spies. "Don't Fear the Reaper," script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. The Reaper (Death). "King of the Barrens" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, art by Art Pinajian. "The Obandi War Dance" starring Samar, art by Reed Crandall. "Fear, Inc.", script and art by Harry Campbell; Capt. Bruce Blackburn vs. Herr Silber and his gang. "The Draftsman's Treason," art by Maurice Gutwirth; A corrupt government draftsman attempts to steal the plans of U.S. defenses, but USA throws a monkey wrench into that plan. "The Underwater Counterfeiters" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "The Map of Sinbad," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Bulldog Teeters. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Mutineers" starring Spin Shaw, art by Clark Williams. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Feature Comics (1939) 45

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "Don Hernandez, Jewel Thief" starring Doll Man, art by Reed Crandall. "The Seagoing Hellcat," script and art by William A. Smith; Rance Keane vs. Shark Egan and Red Mack. "The Ghostly Wreckers of Danger Isle" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant. "Island of the Druids," art by Art Pinajian; Sgt. Jim Reynolds vs. Pierre DuLac. "The Hyena-Men," script by John Charles; Hearing war drums, Samar decides to investigate and asks why the Obandi Chief why his tribe members are doing their war dance; Claiming that evil white men are in the area, a sudden explosion draws Samar to the scene and learns that a group of men are interfering with the appraisal of diamonds by a man named Van Mar, which is inciting the local tribe. "Double Double" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Attack On Trilaska," art by Maurice Gutwirth; USA vs. the Nazis. "Enter: The Boyville Brigadiers," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty creates the Boy Brigadiers after uncovering Fifth Columnists in Boyville, who were part of a gang led by Baby-Face Malone of Chicago. "Shanghaied By Captain Snyde," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. Captain Snyde, Bucko and Crimpy. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Aerial Spy"; Capt. S. R. "Spin" Shaw battles a spy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Feature Comics (1939) 46

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    "The Fifth Idol," art by Reed Crandall; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Ubano and the Ankazis and a ship's captain. "It Started In McDorley's Tavern," script by Toni Blum; Zero, Ghost Detective vs. the Slaughterhouse Boys and the Dead Rabbits. "The Red Triangle" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, art by Art Pinajian. "The Malay Pirates" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Stone of Death," art by Al Bryant; Samar vs. Gobo the gorilla. "Fraulein Doctor's Daughter" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Karnoff the Fifth Columnist," art by Maurice Gutwirth; Intolerant of all Fifth Columnists, USA punched out one of their speakers during a rally in New York City, then followed them to their lair where she discovered their secret plot. "Pee Wee Hits Hollywood" starring Rance Keane, script and art by William A. Smith. "Scoring Against the Saboteurs," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Nazi saboteurs. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The U-Boat Incident," art by Clark Willliams; Capt. S. R. "Spin" Shaw vs. The Nazis. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Feature Comics (1939) 47

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "School of Crime," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Fran Matera; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Professor Coffin Nale. "The Car-Wrecking Ghost," script by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler), art by Al Bryant; Zero uses a rather unique way in defeating the giant ghost of Joe Ricks by merely talking to him; By repeating the word "evil" ("live" spelled backwards, the one thing a ghost cannot do), Zero reduced the ghost in size, and, from there, Rucks continued to shrink with every word uttered. "Diamonds and Dastards" starring Samar, art by Max Elkan. Untitled Mickey Finn story, art by Lank Leonard. "The Phantom Fur Thieves," script and art by Art Pinajian; Sgt. Jim Reynolds vs. Geller and the Night Riders. "Ribbons of Death" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, script and art by Harry Francis Campbell. "Factory Girls and Fifth Columnists," art by Maurice Gutwirth; USA, dressed in her full garb, goes to work alongside civilian women in a bomb factory, and manages to uncover a spy working there: her own supervisor, Mrs. Cragg. "The American Freedom Club" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "The Coming of the Fargo Kid," art by Alex Koda; The Fargo Kid (Tim Turner) faces a town boss. "The Nazis Come To South Pango" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Plans of Peril," script by Rex Smith, art by Witmer Williams; Spin Shaw vs. Herman, Von and other Nazis. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Feature Comics (1939) 48
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($3.00) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Reed Crandall (?). "Trouble in South America," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Reed Crandall; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Ernst Muller, Hermann and un-named Nazis. "The Feast of Azoga," art by Max Elkan; Samar vs. The Wambu chief and a trader. "Duel of the Ghosts" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant. "Lighthouse of Doom" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Masquerade of Treason," art by Maurice Gutwirth; The son of the Commanding General at Fort Maxon is discovered by USA to be aiding and abetting a group of criminals with guns and ammunition. "Arson at Settler's Valley" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, art by Art Pinajian. "Telltale Tunnel" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "The Transvestite Bandit" starring The Fargo Kid, art by Alex Koda. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Refugee Teacher," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Hans and his spy ring. "The Vanishing Planes" starring Spin Shaw, art by Clark Williams. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Feature Comics (1939) 49

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Devlin. "The Fiends and the Foundry," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Reed Crandall; Doll Man investigates suspicious sabotage activities at a wartime aluminum foundry producing aircraft engine blocks. "The Elephant Sacrifice," script by John Charles, art by Max Elkan; A tribe of cannibals use an elephant named Polo to capture Samar. "Diary of the Dead," script by Toni Blum (as Noel Fowler), art by Al Bryant; After visiting his doctor, the physician shows him the still form of a girl, who's malady is considered incurable unless a plant the doctor's father discovered in Guatamala can be obtained to effect a cure. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "Crime At the Clover Club" starring jazz band conductor Swing Sisson, script and art by Phil Martin. "The Purple Monster" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, script and art by Art Pinajian. "Case Without Clues" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "The Phoney Father," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Joe and his gang. "Dream of a Countess" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "The Box B Rustlers" starring The Fargo Kid, art by Alex Koda. "The ZANZIBAR Incident," art by Clark Williams; Spin Shaw vs. The Nazis. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Feature Comics (1939) 50

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    "The Final Act of Mr. Grimm," art by Reed Crandall; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Grimm and The Nazis. "The Curse of the Death Devil" starring Samar, art by Max Elkan. "The Gibson Street Ghoul," script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant; Zero, Ghost Detective is summoned by the law to take on the Gibson Street Ghoul, a mysterious ghost bent on vengeance. "To Save a Convoy," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dusty Dane vs. a first mate and the Nazis. "Acid and Extortion," script and art by Phil Martin; Swing Sisson vs. an extortion gang. "The Escape of Romer," art by Art Pinajian; Sgt. Jim Reynolds vs. Romer. "Clue of the Matches" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "Legree, the Dope Smuggler" starring The Fargo Kid, art by Alex Koda. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Explosive Pencils" starring Rusty Ryan, script and art by Paul Gustavson. "Chaos In Cuba," art by Clark Williams; Capt. S. R. "Spin" Shaw vs. Gomez and the Nazis. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.