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  • Issue #1
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 1

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    Hitler cover art by Jack Kirby. Origin and 1st appearance of Captain America and Bucky in "Case No. 1. Meet Captain America," script by Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Pencils by Jack Kirby, Inks by Al Liederman; The Army is looking for a solution to the threat the Axis Powers pose to the people of America, and they discover the secret answer to their prayers: a super-soldier serum that will create an army of super soldier; However, only one man receives the serum before it and its creator are destroyed: Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America! Ad for Captain America's Sentinels of Liberty. Untitled story by Simon and Kirby; Captain America and Bucky set out to solve the riddle of the connection between a wave of sabotage sweeping the U.S. defense industries and a strange little man who predicted it would happen. "Captain America and the Soldiers' Soup" text story. "The Chess Board of Death Captain America" by Simon and Kirby; A weird figure has carved wooden chess figures of people who must be eliminated before he launches the mightiest blitzkrieg the world has ever seen. Unfortunately for him, two of those figures are Captain America and Bucky! 1st appearance of Red Skull in "The Riddle of the Red Skull," script by Ed Heron, pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky come face to face with a villain who scares the wits out of his victims, then injects them with a poison that convinces others that he has killed them with his eyes! USA Comics ad. Hurricane stars in "Murder, Ltd.," script by Simon and Kirby, art by Kirby; Alarmed at the gangland murders in a coastal town, Hurricane decides to "join" the gang in order to be in a position to halt their crimes. Tuk, the Caveboy in "Stories From the Dark Ages," script by Simon and Kirby, inks by Kirby; Before his death, wise old Ak relates to Tuk about how he was the survivor of the hairless ones who once came to the jungle; Later, he meets up with Tanir, and they decide to team up and travel together. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 2

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    Hitler cover art by Joe Simon. "The Ageless Orientals That Wouldn't Die!!", script by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Reed Crandall; Cap and Bucky must battle huge oriental giants that came from Tibet, and the master that controlled them, to prevent widespread carnage and destruction. Sentinels of Liberty ad. "Trapped in the Nazi Stronghold," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Simon and Kirby, Inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky cross the ocean to challenge the fury of Nazi guns and dive bombing Stukas, staging a two-man Blitz in the stronghold of Hitler himself, as they effect a daring rescue! "The Wax Statue That Struck Death," script by Simon and Kirby, Pencils by Simon and Kirby, Inks by Simon; As America's greatest statesmen vanish and die, smothered in death masks made of wax, Captain America and Bucky endeavor to bring justice as well as doom to the Wax-Man's gory dungeons. "Short Circuit" text story. "The Valley of the Mist," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Al Avison, inks by Al Gabrielle; Tuk the Caveboy and Ranir save King Amir and his people from the hairy ones, and in return, he gives directions to the pair to the famed Atlantis. Untitled story, script by Simon and Kirby, art by Kirby; Hurricane agrees to accompany the Holden expedition into the Matto Grasso, where they will join a Doctor Clay, who is battling a strange body wasting disease that is killing thousands there daily. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 3
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    • 32nd page only.
    • Label #0294913021

    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. "The Return of the Red Skull," script and pencils by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, inks by Simon, Kirby, Al Avison, and Al Gabriele; The Red Skull returns from the dead to wreak horrible vengeance on unsuspecting victims, including a phony Cap and Bucky, the brainchildren of a group of thugs. Sentinels of Liberty ad. "The Hunchback of Hollywood and the Movie Murder," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Bernie Klein and George Roussos; Death and terror lurk behind the scenes of a Hollywood movie set as Cap and Bucky hunt a hunchback madman, whose bloody hand seeks to stop the grinding cameras from filming the truth for a liberty loving public."Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" text story by Stan Lee, art by Kirby. "The Queer Case of the Murdering Butterfly and the Ancient Mummies," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Reed Crandall; Laughing at law and order, the Butterfly loots a museum of its priceless treasures until Captain America and Bucky steps in to clip his wings. Human Torch ad. Untitled Tuk the Cave-boy story, script by Simon and Kirby, art by Mac Raboy; Tuk and Tanir help Princess Eve regain her rightful throne in Atlantis. Untitled Hurricane story, script by Simon and Kirby; The use of "infernal death boxes" in causing subway wrecks draws the attention of Hurricane. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 4

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    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. "The Unholy Legion," script by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Al Avison and Al Gabriele; Cap and Bucky investigate the strange enigma of the death and destruction that followed in the wake of mysterious beggars, whose bore the brand of the swastika. "Ivan the Terrible," script by Simon and Kirby, Pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon and Kirby; Out of the pages of history steps the most brutal and feared tyrant of the Middle Ages to conquer all that dare to cross his path... that is, until he picked on Captain America and Bucky. "The Case of the Fake Money Fiends," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky dare to enter a haunted house in order to discover what the strange noises were emanating from it, and end up breaking up a large counterfeiting ring flooding the nation with millions of dollars in counterfeit bills. "Horror Hospital," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Blood curdling screams coming from a desolate sanitarium lead Captain America into to the most horrible mystery of his career. "Captain America and the Bomb Sight Thieves" text story by Stan Lee. Sentinels of Liberty ad. Untitled Tuk, Cave-boy story, script by Simon and Kirby; Tuk and Tanir must find a way to stop the destructive and wanton behavior of one Bonzo the Brute! USA Comics and All-Aces Comics ad. "The Pirate and the Missing Ships," script by Simon and Kirby; When criminals mysteriously disappear from the American scene, the public was relieved... but Hurricane became very suspicious. Back cover Captain America, illustration, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Simon. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 5

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Syd Shores. "The Ringmaster of Death," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Steve and Bucky decide to visit the circus for some fun, but its Cap and Bucky that face the Ringmaster's Wheel of Death and its purpose: to allow the villain to place America into a steel vise of terror, using vicious mobsters as his personal Gestapo! "The Gruesome Secret of the Dragon of Death," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Captain America and Bucky investigate the disappearance of the patrol Boat "Winfield" with its crew, and discover a sinister villain responsible that has his HQ inside a monstrous sea serpent. All-Winners Quarterly ad. "Killers of the Bund," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; When a Nazi Bund beats up a man of German descent (because he won't join up), Captain America and Bucky attack the Bund camp and Cap is captured; Bucky races back to the city and enlists the aid of the Sentinels of Liberty. Sentinels of Liberty ad. "Captain America and the Ruby Robbers" text story by Stan Lee. "The Terror That Was Devil's Island," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Steve and Bucky visit a POW at Devil's Island, but are alarmed at his physical condition and obvious fear of the prison's commandant. So, Captain America and Bucky decide to get to the bottom of the situation as only they can. "Meet "Headline" Hunter - Foreign Correspondent," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Charles Nicholas; Hunter is called to the American Embassy in London to investigate the theft of the Ambassador's briefcase which contained the food contract between America and England Untitled Tuk, Caveboy story, script by Simon and Kirby; Tuk makes haste to save his friend Tanir from the evil clutches of Bonzo. Untitled story, script by Stan Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; Hurricane sees a connection between a retired financier giving millions away to charity and the fact that the Master of Speed is getting counterfeit bills from every bank he seeks to get change from. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 6
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    • Label #1273053001

    Cover art by Jack Kirby. "Captain America Battles The Camera Fiend and His Darts of Doom," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky, along with the Sentinels of Liberty face an arch villain who uses his camera that fires poisoned needles at anyone who stands in his way of securing the Crown Jewels arriving in America from England. "Meet the Fang, Arch-Fiend of the Orient," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "The Grim Reaper Deals with Crime starring Father Time," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Al Avison, inks by Al Gabriele; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "The Strange Case of Captain America and The Hangman: Who Killed Doctor Vordoff," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "Trap For a Traitor" text story, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon. Marvel Mystery #23 ad. "The Engine of Destruction," script by Lee; While searching for a story on the outskirts of London, Jerry Hunter runs across a mysterious factory, where a secret weapon is supposedly being produced; Knowing that the owner was a former Fascist, he investigates the place and discovers it to be a Nazi stronghold. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Untitled Hurricane Master of Speed story, script by Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; Hurricane is traveling the streets of New York seeking lodging for the night, but a small girl warns him not to seek a room at a near-by boarding house since two mysterious murders have occurred there. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 7

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Syd Shores. "The Red Skull; An Ear for Music," script and pencils by Joe Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap has to contend with the return of the Red Skull and figure out why he is using Chopin's "Funeral March" as the means of his diabolical mission of destruction. "Death Loads the Bases," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; After the mysterious deaths of two baseball players for the Brooklyn Badgers, Captain America agrees to pitch for the team in order to draw the murderer out of hiding. Human Torch ad, art by Alex Schomburg. "A Message from Captain America," script by Stan Lee; Captain America relates brief biographies of the various characters who appear in the pages of his magazine: Betty Ross, Sergeant Duffy, Father Time, Jerry "Headline" Hunter, and Hurricane. "Horror Plays the Scales," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; Captain America relates brief biographies of the various characters who appear in the pages of his magazine: Betty Ross, Sergeant Duffy, Father Time, Jerry "Headline" Hunter, and Hurricane. Untitled Hurricane, Master of Speed story, art by Charles Nichols; Hurricane helps to fend off a group of protection racket gangsters, and, in the process, picks himself up a new partner in the fight against crime. Untitled Headline Hunter, Foreign Correspondent story, script by Stan Lee; An American man is framed for a murder of a British star, and Hunter discovers that the man's cousin is responsible, hoping to gain wealth from the Nazis and money from his cousin's estate after he is hanged. "Race Against Doom starring Father Time," script by Lee; One of Larry Scott's friends is accused of boarding a ship, shooting its officers and plundering the gold before sinking it, but Father Time smells a rat when he discovers the gold was counterfeit. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club news and ad. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 8

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Al Gabriele. "The Strange Mystery of the Ruby of the Nile and Its Heritage of Horror," script by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Simon; Cap and Bucky have to overcome a curse and an evil Pharaoh associated with the famed Ruby of the Nile before it can kill others. "Murder Stalks the Maneuvers," script by Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; Steve and Bucky are out on a war games training exercise and are shocked to see that someone has tampered with the ammunition and the troops are using the real thing against each other. "The Strange Riddle of the Plague of Death," script by Stan Lee, art by Harry Fisk; Headline discovers a plot to poison the English people by a Nazi gang who are growing food on a farm they own, knowing that the food is deadly. 2-page Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. "Case of the Black Witch," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; After saving a young girl being attacked in a weird castle, Captain America and Bucky learn that she must spend three nights in Hagmoor Castle in order to inherit the estate from her late uncle. "Carnival of Crime," script by Stan Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; Speedy decides to take in the State Fair that's come to town to make sure it's run on the up and up, and Hurricane decides to follow him, to make sure he's safe if it isn't. "The Young Allies Deal a Blow for Justice" text story by Stan Lee. Untitled Father Time story, script by Stan Lee, art by Al Avison; Father Time steps in when criminals begin to over-run the metropolis of New York and murder and violence substitute for law and order. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 9

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Simon. "The White Death," script by Joe Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky must tackle a white cloaked, hideous figure that stalks the halls of the mansion of the late Josiah Harrow.... a figure that has chosen the duo as its next target for death! "The Man Who Could Not Die," script by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Syd Shores; When criminal Nick Pinto was strapped into the electric chair and executed, Cap and Bucky are more than a little concerned when another criminal, responsible for sending Pinto to his death, calls Police HQ with his last breath and tells them that Pinto has just fatally shot him. "Death in the Alps," script by Stan Lee, art by Warren Kremer; Headline Hunter heads for Switzerland in response to many strange accidents that are occurring there, but when he arrives he has to stop another "strange" accident that he gets in the middle of. "Dead Man's Ring" text story by Stan Lee. "The Case of the Black Talon," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Syd Shores; Cap and Bucky have a devilish time in cornering an insane murderer who, forced by fate to paint horrendous portraits, decides to paint these type of paintings of the men he intends to murder! "Crime Goes to Press," script by Stan Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; The Master of Speed decides to get a job at "The Daily Star," a newspaper whose editor has been threatened and roughed up because he writes articles about the town's racketeers. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Untitled Father Time story by Stan Lee, pencils by Al Avison, inks by George Klein; After having his invention (a bomb that would detonate after being near a human being for 5 minutes) turned down by the government as "silly," a crazed inventor decides to use that weapon against the government. Marvel Mystery Comics ad. Mystic Comics ad. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 10

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Simon. "Spy Ambush," script by Joe Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky face the unparaled fury of a female Nazi agent, bent on capturing America's only model of the new rapid fire grenade gun for Hitler. "Hotel of Horror," script by Joe Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; An avowed 5th Columnist uses a city celebration to lure Cap and Bucky to it, so that he can convince the good Captain to join his organization... or die! Untitled Headline Hunter story, script by Stan Lee; A Nazi agent, posing as a newspaper reporter, to prevent Headline from getting an exclusive story from a man who had just visited Moscow. "All in a Day's Work" text story by Lee. "The Phantom Hound of Cardiff Moor," script by Joe Simon and Kirby, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap solves the mystery of Cardiff Manor and a "ghost" dog, used by the only living relative of the family that once owned the manor. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Untitled Hurricane, Master of Speed story, art by Charles Nicholas; An unscrupulous construction company owner seeks to put his competition out of business, but not legitimately! Marvel Mystery Comics ad, art by Lee King. The Unbeatable Three! ad. "Beware the Man Who Could Forecast Doom starring Father Time," script by Lee; Father Time, puzzled by the fact that many noted people are being murdered with a clock at the scene mysteriously stopping at the exact moment of death, seeks to solve the mystery against a strange Yogi who predicted those deaths. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 11

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    Cover pencils by Al Avison, inks by Syd Shores. "The Case of the Squad of Mystery," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Avison, inks by Shores; Steve Rogers discovers the Nazis have kidnapped a crack rifle unit at Camp Lehigh, replaced them with enemy troops, who will then be used to murder the rest of the soldiers on base. Marvel Mystery Comics ad. "The Feud Murders," script by Lee, pencils by Avison, inks by Shores; Captain America heads for the backhills of Tennessee to deal with a clan feud that has led to a murder at Camp Lehigh and placed Bucky behind bars for the killing. "Broken Trust" text story by Lee. "A Life at Stake," script by Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; Hurricane and Speedy must halt the plans of a jealous uncle, who is trying to kill his niece, who is to inherit a large fortune.Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. "The Scourge of Crime," script by Stan Lee (as Neel Nats), art by Mike Sekowsky; An independent candidate for the office of District Attorney is falsely accused for an attack on a bystander during a campaign speech. "The Symphony of Terror," pencils by Shores, inks by Avison; Cap has to protect an innocent woman from a murderous, jealous suitor. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 12

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    Cover art by Al Avison. "The Terrible Menace of the Pygmies of Terror!", script by Otto Binder, art by Al Avison; A scientist returns from the Amazon with a secret gas that turns people into the size of pygmies to rob and kill for him, and Cap & Bucky must figure out a way to stop him after being shrunken themselves.Sentinels of Liberty ad. "The Case of Rozzo the Rebel," art by Avison; Two old comrades, who once swore to share half of the other's wealth in life, suddenly find themselves opposed to one another, even unto the death! Untitled Imp story, script by Stan Lee, art by Chad Grothkopf; The Imp is called forth to fight a monstrous dragon, and not only causes the beast to drown, but he aids in the capture of the Spider and his men. "Timber!" text story. Untitled Father Time, Nemesis of Evildoers story, script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Alderman; Father Time must deal with a mobster who has set fire to his own building to collect the insurance; In doing so, he shoots and kills a man, and kidnaps his daughter, to hush up those who know the truth about the situation. "The Silent Death?", script by Stan Lee (as Neel Nats); Hunter must deal with an angry group of Londoners who have been led to believe that one of Headline's stories led to the sinking of two British ships by the Nazis. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Marvel Mystery Comics ad. Sub-Mariner. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 13

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    Cover art by Al Avison. "The League of the Unicorn!", art by Avison; A railroad boss poses as King Zong, leader of the League of Unicorns, an oriental criminal gang that wear helmets with spikes on their foreheads to slay enemies. Zong hopes to profit from sowing discord between China and the Allies, but Cap and Bucky defeat him and hand him over to the police. Polly Tix humor page by Fred Schwab. "The Lighthouse of Horror," art by Avison; Cap and Bucky must stop the activities of 20th Century pirates who are able to block the beam of a lighthouse, causing ships to run aground so they can be looted by the criminals. "Wild West" text story. Untitled Imp story, script by Stan Lee, art by Chad Grothkopf; The Imp tangles with Dr. Sinn, who has discovered a book on black magic which reveals magic words that makes Sinn the most powerful man alive! "The One Man Invasion!", A pair of Nazi agents enter the U.S. to kidnap a British newspaper publisher and take him to Germany, all to prevent the publishers' anti-Nazi articles from seeing print. Sentinels of Liberty ad. Untitled The Secret Stamp, U.S. Defense Agent story, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Rico; A group of criminals, who have stolen many defense stamps from Roddy Colt, are threatening to kill a local banker until he pays them $10,000. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 14

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    Cover art by Al Avison and Chad Grothkopf (Imp inset). "The Horde of the Vulture!", art by Al Avison; Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes head out to Camp Mojave in the American Southwest where their convoy is hijacked by an American traitor who calls himself the Vulture, who is in charge of a group of Indians working for the Japanese. Captain America Brain Teasers activity page. The Young Allies ad. "The Petals of Doom!", art by Avison; Cap and Bucky must save Betty from the fate inflicted on top military officers: death from the aroma of flowers. Untitled The Imp story, script by Stan Lee, art by Chad Grothkopf; Cap and Bucky must save Betty from the fate inflicted on top military officers: death from the aroma of flowers. "The Commandos" text story. Untitled Elmer story, pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by George Klein; In a series of three non-related one page strips, Elmer learns the hard way that trying to do the right thing often leads to bad results. Untitled The Secret Stamp story, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Rico; While Roddy and Spud engage in a contest to see who can sell the most defense stamps, Roddy runs into three Nazis who aim to create a panic by crippling the city's electric, gas and water supply stations. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 15

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    Cover art by Al Avison. "The Tunnel of Terror!", art by Avison; As the Nazis mine a tunnel in the East River, Cap and Bucky shut down a Fifth Column that is attempting to sap American morale to resist Hitler's goons so that New York City can be captured. Captain America ad. "To the Land of Nod," script by Stan Lee, art by Chad Grothkopf; Morpheus decides to give Jefferson the nightmare of his life, but doesn't reckon with the Imp! Captain America's War Fund public service announcement. Sub-Mariner ad. "The Secret of Lost River Cave" text story. "The Invasion From Mars," script by Otto Binder, art by Avison; Cap and Bucky take the fight to a group of Martians who have invaded Gotham City, intending to seize it, but Cap smells a rat when a Martian weapon turns out to be a German Lugar in disguise! The Human Torch ad. Untitled The Secret Stamp story, Script by Stan Lee, art by Don Rico; Roddy gets the surprise of his life when he sees another "Secret Stamp" captured by a group of Nazi spies, who have been ordered by Hitler to kill the Secret Stamp! Captain America Secret Club News. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 16

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    Cover art by Al Avison. "The Horror of the Seas," art by Avison; Cap and Bucky encounter a race of undersea people that have built a temple to their goddess Lai-Son beneath the reef where they sacrifice the townspeople under the command of a Nazi who plans to use them as the spearhead of an invasion. Captain America's Sentinels of Liberty ad. "The Imp and the Pirates," script by Stan Lee, art by Chad Grothkopf; Jefferson and the Imp set out to uncover some pirate treasure, then run into a blood thirsty group of pirates determined not to let them have it. Percy humor page, pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by George Klein. "Pacific Voyage" text story. "Red Skull's Deadly Revenge," script by Lee, art by Avison; Jefferson and the Imp set out to uncover some pirate treasure, then run into a blood thirsty group of pirates determined not to let them have it. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News ad. Joker Comics ad, art by Lee King. "Murder in Cross Lane," script by Lee, art by Don Rico; When Roddy's reporter friend, Jerry Dash, is accused of murdering a fellow reporter, the Secret Stamp goes into action to save his life from an angry mob. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 17
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    • Slight amateur restoration
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Restoration includes: small amount of color touch on cover.
    • Label #0919307008

    Cover by Al Avison. "The Monster from the Morgue," art by Al Avison; A jealous scientist named Dr. Weirdler learns one of his colleagues has developed a serum that will reanimate dead bodies and is planning on testing it on a recently deceased gorilla; Dr. Weirdler takes the brain of an executed criminal named Killer Kole and places it in the gorilla's body. Untitled Rookie McQuirk story, script and art by Red Holmdale; No matter what duty Sergeant Thunder appoints to McQuirk and Blackout, everything goes wrong! "Sub-Earthmen's Revenge!", art by Al Avison; Cap and Bucky must battle the Spook and his Sub-Earth army, who seek to stop the American Army from conducting operations against the enemy. "Situation Wanted: I Got an Action Story" text story by Mortimer Breen. "The China Road," art by Jimmy Thompson; Believing that men are good, but that their will to self-destruction (perpetrated by the Devil) over-rides the good they can do and only places the world in danger, Professor Mott decides to destroy the world! Untitled The Secret Stamp story, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Rico; Roddy, as the Secret Stamp, attempts to battle some criminals who are getting people's birth certificates for gang members so they could be hired into defense plants for the purpose of sabotage. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Krazy Komics ad. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 18
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    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split. Cover reattached with tape along spine. Tape over tears on interior cover. Brittle.
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    Cover by Al Avison. "Bowling Alley of Death," pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Don Rico; Gigo, a member of the Czar's nobility, owns a bowling alley where the kingpins of the officer's alley are hollowed out to fit .22 bullet guns and a catapult sends them sailing towards their intended victims; Gigo hates all democracies, but Cap and Bucky put a stop to his killings and hand him over to police. Captain America Comics ad. "The Tomb of Horror," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Al Avison; Steve and Bucky are told by Sgt. Duffy that they must assist a professor as he makes his way to the pyramids, where he is to search for a priceless hieroglyphic. "The Yanks Are Coming" text story. "The Mikado's Super Shell," art by Don Rico; Cap learns that the Paw and his Japanese co-horts have captured Betty, so he heads for Japan to find her. Untitled Fighting Fool story, pencils by Don Rico, inks by Al Gabriele; Retired from the Anzac Army because he was shot by the enemy in both lungs, Wade Huston decides to head for America and battle against Fifth Columnists there. "The Case of the Costumed Crook," art by Rico; A pair of criminals knock out Roddy, steal his costume, and impersonate the Secret Stamp in order to gain entrance to a party and to steal some valuable jewels. "Dippy Diplomat" one-page story, script and art by Guy Blythe. Krazy Komics. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 19

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    Cover by Al Avison. "The Crocodile Strikes," art by Don Rico; Freeman Mosher dons a crocodile costume in order to seek out a fortune in jewels hidden in an old plantation's bedpost, but Cap and Bucky put "paid" to his plans. Captain America Comics ad. "The Vines of Doom," script by Mickey Spillane, pencils by Al Bellman, inks by George Klein; The Torch must overcome a killer plant known as The Bloodsucker in order to unravel the mystery of a hidden treasure. "Kid Patriotism Vs. the Reich" text story. "Your Life Depends On It!", script by Stan Lee, art by Al Avison; After finishing off a group of spies, Cap explains to Bucky [and all readers] exactly why such deeds are making America a safer place to live and why the fight is being made against the Germans and Japanese; Readers are implored to buy more U.S. Savings Bonds and Stamps to assure victory. "On to Berlin!", art by Al Avison; The Nazis kidnap General Spenser to get vital information from him re U.S. attacks on Germany; When volunteers are asked for to help rescue the General, Pvt. Steve Rogers refuses to volunteer, and Bucky thinks him a coward. Terry Toons Comics ad. Marvel Mystery Comics ad. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 20

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Spawn of the Witch Queen," art by Al Avison; In Egypt, Cap and Bucky defeat the spawn of the Witch Queen and destroy the evil black magic source of his power, the Book of Thoth. Captain America Comics ad. "The Case of the Killer Shylock," script by Stan Lee, art by Don Rico; The Secret Stamp must stop a man named Cherry, a shylock racketeer, who has been robbing people for years and committing murder. "The Fiend That Was the Fakir!", art by Al Avison; Steve Rogers' unit has been told that the Japanese are preparing to invade India under the direction of the mysterious Fakir, and it's their job to stop them. "Two Dangerous Surprises" text story. Dippy Diplomat one-page story by Guy Blythe. "The Case of The Clammy Things," art by Al Avison; Cap and Bucky must face a hoard of grave ridden things that emerge suddenly from the subways of London, all directed by a twisted brain, Dr. Destiny, in his bid to conquer the world. Dizzy Doodles humor page by Lou Paige. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 21

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Creeper and the 3 Rubies of Doom!", pencils by Al Avison (as Syd Shores), inks by Syd Shores (as Vince Alascia); One of Hitler's agents, the Creeper, steals a tri-rubied treaty ring in hopes of disrupting the signing of a treaty that pledges the last neutral European country to fight alongside the Allies, because he thinks that, when the U.S. ambassador Lissom signs the treaty without wearing the ring he was gifted by the ruler, the country will perceive a slight and choose to throw in with the Axis instead. "The Cobra Strikes"; The Torch and Toro spot the kidnapping of the South American Ambassador, but they are gassed by the perpetrators. "Satan and the Sorcerer's Secret!"; Balthar comes to Bald Mountain in order to study Egyptian writings on how the souls of the dead can be brought back to life, when Satan appears and claims the sorcerer's soul until he can redeem it. "Catch That Firebug!" text story. "The Sinister Spies," script and art by Guy Blythe; Dippy is going to sign a treaty with the United States, but first decides to play a game of golf, not knowing two spies are out to kill him before the treaty can be signed. "The Case of the Silent Hermit," script by Stan Lee, art by Bob Oksner; Roddy attempts to sell some war stamps to an old hermit, but is led to believe that the old man has little money to keep body and soul together. Roddy attempts to sell some war stamps to an old hermit, but is led to believe that the old man has little money to keep body and soul together. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 22

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Vault of the Doomed!"; A Nazi agent poses as a medium, Dr. Eternity, in order to assassinate marked men; He successfully tends to Congressman Barlow, but a woman, wanting to see her dead son, poses a problem as Captain American and Bucky investigate the claims of Dr. Eternity, who rescue her and round up Eternity and his boys. "The Sabotage of the Supply Trains," pencils by Harry Sahle; To mend damaged U.S.-Russian relations, the Torch and Toro investigate the disappearance of ammunition from crates shipped to Russia, either before being shipped or switched while in transit. Marvel Mystery Comics. "The Reaper (The Man the Law Couldn't Touch)!", pencils by Syd Shores (layouts) and Al Avison, inks by Al Gabriele; Hitler sends the Reaper to America to drench the nation in the big lies that the Germans are the superior race and that there is no wrong... and that Captain America is the true enemy. "The Missing Ear" text story. "Captain America Wears The Cobra Ring of Death!", pencils by Al Avison; Steve's unit is transferred to Washington D.C., and almost immediately there are two mysterious deaths that puts Steve on the spot as the killer of the General; But he sees a relationship between the two murders and sets out to find the culprits... as Captain America! Captain America Comics ad. "War Bond Vengeance," script by Stan Lee, art by Bob Oksner; As Carson Wells, actor, gives a speech promoting war bonds, he is attacked and kidnapped by some Nazis. Everyone believes, however, it was staged... everyone but Roddy Colt. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 23

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Mystery of the 100 Corpses!"; Steve and Bucky go skinny-dipping in a quarry when they are interrupted by Izan (Nazi spelled backwards), who has been using the quarry to dump in bodies of victims (dying air raid wardens) that he has used as models to construct look-alikes from his own henchmen. "Terror At the Shipyards!"; The Torch and Toro are invited to the shipyards to witness the launching of new destroyers, when a bottle is thrown at one of the ships, causing an explosion; After stopping another such attempt, the flaming duo follow the villains to their lair and are captured, escaping in time, however, to prevent a wholesale destruction of U.S. warships. "Battling The Deadly Snapper," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Al Avison; While Army troops pass by a chain gang in Sinister Swamp, one of the inmates breaks loose and makes his escape; Once Cap, Bucky and some prison guards track him down, he is under the personal protection of the weird Turtle-Man and his band of cut-throats and bandits. "Head Hunters' Stew" text story. "The Case of the Bund's Bonds!", script by Stan Lee, art by Bob Oksner; Roddy and his friend are drawn to a group selling War Bonds at half price; When the Secret Stamp investigates, he discovers the group to be Nazis, who are bilking people out of their money by selling them counterfeit bonds and using the money to help the Axis win the war! "The Idol of Doom!", pencils by Al Avison; Steve and Bucky witness a weird and awe-inspiring ritual on the water that leads them to investigate a certain Prince Ba'rahm, who is preying upon rich society women. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 24

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Vampire Strikes!"; The General orders Sgt. Duffy to hand-pick three men to place a searchlight on top of Vampire's Mountain, and he selects Joe Dawson, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes; They run into a vampire, who succeeds in drinking the blood of Dawson, thus turning him into a vampire. Captain America Comics ad. "The Monument Murder"; The Torch and Toro are asked, as patriotic citizens, to travel to Mount Rushmore to clean up the base of the memorial of its scrap rock, and, in the process, Toro is shot. Terrytoons ad. "Meet the Eel of Horror Harbor!"; Steve and Bucky gets jobs at a local shipyard which has experienced mysterious ship sinkings, all without the use of explosives. "A Nosy Guy" text story. "Blondes of a Different Color," script and art by Guy Blythe; Dippy attempts to protect the arrival of a million dollars in war bonds... and ends up in jail. "The Mystery of the Song of the Wind," script by Stan Lee, art by Robert Oksner; Roddy and Thomas are mystified as to why five people have checked out a book titled "Song of the Wind" for two weeks, then return the book the very next day; Following one of these people to their residence, Roddy discovers the man is using an ultra-violet lamp to "read" the book... and decides the Secret Stamp needs to look into the matter. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 25

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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Princess of the Atom," script by Ray Cummings, pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Vince Alascia; In the first part of this two part story, Cap and Bucky defeat a giant cockroach which had been set upon them by Togaro, a tyrant from a microworld; Cap and Bucky use shrinking drugs to enter the microworld and search out Togaro. "The Films of Death," pencils by Harry Sahle; A Russian prisoner escapes a Nazi concentration camp with film of Nazis torturing prisoners and breaking international law; Torch and Toro go to the theater where the movie will be shown, but Gestapo agents steal the film. "The Murdering Mummy and the Laughing Sphinx"; Cap and Bucky investigate murders committed by the Mummy. "Jinx Mutt" text story. "The Mystery of the Air-Mail Marker"; Teddy visits his friend Roddy Colt and tells him that his brother Bill is returning home after months on the seas aboard an oil tanker; The Secret Stamp saves Bill from getting shot by Harry. Untitled Dippy Diplomat story, script and art by Guy Blythe. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 26

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Princess of the Atom: Part II, Script by Ray Cummings, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Deposits of Death starring Human Torch, Pencils by Harry Sahle, Inks by Al Bellman; Bonus To Boot text story; The Russian Hell-Hole, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Ration Book Counterfeits starring Secret Stamp, art by Jack Alderman. 68 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 27

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; North of the Border, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Man-Hole of Death starring Human Torch; Swell Guy text story; Blitzkrieg To Berlin, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Roddy Colt Steps Out starring Secret Stamp. 68 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 28

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Challenge of the Mad Torso, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Black Voodoo Murders starring Human Torch; The Imperfect Crime text story; The Vultures of Violent Death, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 29

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The King of the Dinosaurs, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Carnival of Doom starring Human Torch, art by Harry Sahle; Hoodlum text story; The Case of the Phantom Engineer, Pencils by Shores, Inks by Alascia; and The Case of the Headless Monster, Pencils by Shores, Inks by Alascia. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 30

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    Cover art by Syd Shores. Captain America stars in "The House of the Laughing Death," pencils and inks by Syd Shores. The Golden Age Human Torch stars in "The Nazi Cleaver," pencils by Al Fagaly. Captain America in "The Curse of the Yellow Scourge," pencils by Syd Shores. Captain America in "The Saboteur of Death," pencils by Syd Shores. Two-page text story, "The Black-Out Detective," one page featuring "Make-believe Magic" tricks. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 31

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Terror of the Green Mist, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Murder! starring Human Torch, art by Al Bellman; Loose Lips text story; The Mystery of the Locked Door--Let's Play Detective by Bellman; The Canal of Lurking Death, Pencils by Sid Greene; and The Coughing Killer, Pencils by Al Gabriele, Inks by Vince Alascia. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 32

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    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Menace of the Murderous Mole-Man, Script by Otto Binder, Pencils by Jimmy Thompson; Ali Baba and His Forty Nazis, Pencils by Ken Bald, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Tomb of Death text story; The Talons of the Vulture, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; and Mind Smasher starring Human Torch. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 33

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; Mother Wong, Pencils by Al Avison, Inks by Syd Shores; The Human Torch Meets the Japanese Beetle; Mission Accomplished text story; The Master of the Killer Mongoose; and The Symbol of Doom. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 34

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    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Cult of the Assassins, Script by Zac Gabel, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Stage of Death, pencils by Vince Alascia; Greedy Grab text story; Invasion Mission, Pencils by Ken Bald; An Automatic Tommy Gun--Bucky Builds For Victory; The Mad Mole's Folly, Pencils by Jimmy Thompson, Inks by Al Gabriele; and Let's Play Detective story, pencils by Al Bellman. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 35
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    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Gargoyle Strikes, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Mystery of the Horrible Hermit starring Human Torch; The Steel Mask; Good Luck Story text story; The Case of the Horror Money, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Mystery of the Scarlet Skull-- Let's Play Detective, art by Al Bellman. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 36

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    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Blood of Dr. Necrosis, art by Shores; Meet the Director of Death starring Human Torch; Let's Play Detective story, art by Al Bellman; Eight Lives Lost text story; The Strange Mystery of the Leopard Woman; and The General of Death. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 37

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Chambers of Dr. Agony, pencils by Vince Alascia; The Seven Sons of Satan by Syd Shores; The Blackout Murder Case—Let's Play Detective, art by Al Bellman; Tried At Sea text story; Frozen Death, Script by Otto Binder, Pencils by Al Gabriele, Inks by Vince Alascia; and Flaming Steel starring Human Torch, Pencils by Charles Nicholas, Inks by George Klein. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 38

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; Castle of Doom, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; Murder For Profit starring Human Torch, Pencils by Al Avison, Inks by Al Bellman; Frozen Death, Pencils by Don Rico, Inks by Al Gabriele; The Sarge's Song text story; The Peril of the Past, Script by Otto Binder, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; and The Mystery of the Coin—Let's Play Detective, art by Al Bellman. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 39
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: New, unblemished
    • Label #1263426005
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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; Terror of the Ghost Harpoon, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Murder of Cyrus Crane--Let's Play Detective, art by Al Bellman; Riders of Death, Script by Otto Binder, Pencils by Jimmy Thompson; On the Square text story; Rockets of Doom; The Case of the Talking Crystal Ball—Let's Play Detective, art by Bellman; and Tarbu's Mission of Death, Pencils by Jimmy Thompson, Inks by Allen Simon. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 40
    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Other — see grading notes
    • Scuffing to front and back of slab.
    • Label #BAA072-050

    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Jester of Death, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia; The Bloody Assassin starring Human Torch; Auction of Death; Periscope Ahead text story; The Mystery of the Floating City, script by Otto Binder; and The Murder of Brenda Kane--Let's Play Detective, art by Al Bellman. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 41

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Killer Beasts of Notre Dame, art by Vince Alascia; Berlin's Mistress of Death Human Torch, pencils by Al Bellman; Defense Witness text story; The Murder Brain, Pencils by Alascia; The Case of the Hit and Run Monster--Let's Play Detective, art by Bellman; and The School of Horror, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks and Al Gabriele. 60 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 42

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; Tojo's Terror Masters, art by Vince Alascia; The Spy-Master of the Third Reich starring Human Torch, art by Al Bellman; Bottle Neck text story; Waters of Death, Pencils by Vince Alascia; and The Baron of Horror Castle, Pencils by Syd Shores, Inks by Vince Alascia. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 43

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    Includes: Syd Shores cover art; The Shadows of Death, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks by Al Bellman; Mystery of the Wingless Bat starring Human Torch; The Death That Came Out of Nowhere, art by Alascia; The Black Fortune text story; and The Sea Dragon, pencils by Alascia. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 44

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    Captain America stars in "The Prophet of Hate!" (art by Vince Alascia), "The Graveyard of Ships," and "Midnight Means Murder." The Human Torch stars in "The Bandit Murder Gang!" Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 45

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    Captain America stars in "Dynamos of Death" (art by Vince Alascia), "The Thing in the Swamp," and "The Human Beast!" The Human Torch stars in "The Walking Corpse." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 46

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    Holocaust cover, classic. Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; Invitation to Murder, art by Vince Alascia; The Five Traitors From Berlin, Pencils by Paul Reinman, Inks by Carmine Infantino; Too Smart To Live text story; The Shadow of the Monster, art by Alascia; The Mystery of the Puff-Adder Skulls, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks by Al Bellman; The Case of the Forged Check--Let's Play Detective, art by Bellman. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 47

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Crime Dictator, art by Vince Alascia; Horror In Room 1705 starring Human Torch, art by Al Gabriele; AWOL text story; The Monster of the Morgue, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks by Al Bellman. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 48

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Mark of the Satyre, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks by Al Gabriele; The Collector of Death starring Human Torch, art by Al Gabriele; The Corpse That Wasn't There, art by Alascia; Cooked To a T text story; The Case of the Clutching Claw, art by Al Bellman; and Colosso and His Murder Marionettes, pencils by Alascia. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 49

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The League of Hate, art by Vince Alascia; The Gem of Destruction starring Human Torch, Pencils by Carmine Infantino; Symphony of Death, art by Alascia; Shipwreck text story; Murder By Proxy, and art by Alascia. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 50

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    Includes: Alex Schomburg cover art; The Walking Dead, Pencils by Vince Alascia, Inks by Al Bellman; The Case of the Mad Sculptor starring Human Torch, pencils by Ken Bald; The Mystery of the Eyes of Death, Pencils by Alascia; Bulldozer text story; and The Leopard and His Killer Mob, Pencils by Alascia. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.