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Frogman Comics (1952) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Frogman Comics (1952) 1

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    Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, John Prentice, Jack Abel, Mike Becker, Dan Zolnerowich, Paul Reinman and Ed Smalle. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Frogmen investigate after strange submarines appear off the coast of Japan and Korea. Advance forces for D-Day must destroy a Nazi rocket launcher, and the frogmen are the men for the job. Dan Durkin Frogman: Operation Ravage; Underwater Trapper; The Iron Prowler; Willie Needs Us; Operation Demolition; The Frogman Takes a Bunker; Double-Cross in the Deep. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Frogman Comics (1952) 2

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    Cover by Mike Suchorsky. Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, John Prentice, George Olesen, and Gerald McCann. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Navy frogmen on a special mission in Florida must contend with alligators on top of everything else. A special man-mounted torpedo takes on a German battleship in a Norwegian fjord. Navy pilots use a glider on a mission to take out an enemy bridge. 'Gator Nest Frogman; Underwater Stinger; Once a Frogman; Smoke-Boat Lucas; The T.N.T. Shark; The Frog Belts the Middle. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Frogman Comics (1952) 3

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    Cover by Mike Suchorsky. Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, Mort Lawrence, Lorence Bjorklund, Dan Zolnerowich, Ross Andru, and Gerald McCann. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Frogmen are assigned to clear a coastline of underwater mines before ground troops arrive. Odd facts from aviation history, including the first passenger rocket - in 1913 India! An enemy sub is siphoning oil from an underwater American pipeline. A Medal for Mickey; The Underwater Stoppers; The Mounted Frogmen; Forty Feet of Water; Bits from the Blue; Frogs Don't Forget; The New Jersey Clinker; The Riders of the Warheads. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Frogman Comics (1952) 4

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    Cover by Mike Suchorsky. Stories and art by Bill Ely, Mort Lawrence, Lorence Bjorklund, and Mort Meskin. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Frogmen in explosive vehicles target an underwater holding pen for enemy subs. Special forces are assigned to rescue a captured agent from enemy territory. In a fanciful story, pirates use barrels filled with air to become the first "frogmen" during a harbor raid. Saturday Afternoon Frogman; Underwater Lighthouse; Objective Sam; The Twenty-First Cave; Gulf Stream Riddle; The Pirate Frogman. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Frogman Comics (1952) 5

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    Cover by John Prentice. Stories and art by Jack Abel, Dan Zolnerowich, Mike Suchorsky, Leo Morey, Mike Becker and Bernie Krigstein. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. During a mission off the coast of Scotland, American and British frogmen encounter a mysterious creature. A North Atlantic island holds both an ancient Viking grave and a modern-day rendezvous for spies. Enemy agents seek an important formula at a defense plant, in a story with early art by EC legend Bernie Krigstein. Frogman's Warning; The Sawdust Target; Frogman's Confetti; The Ice Frogs; Parents: Visit Your Schools; The Sunken Viking; Bits from the Blue; Frogman's Sunday Punch. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Frogman Comics (1952) 6

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    Cover by John Prentice. Stories and art by Leo Morey, Bill Ely and Lorence Bjorklund. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. A frogman unit's new commanding officer has little patience for the outfit's mascot, an actual seal. Secret Service frogmen seeking counterfeiters target a boat moored off of New Orleans in the Mississippi delta. A reporter stumbles across America's first nuclear submarine, concealed within the shell of a rusty old freighter. Frogman's Courier; The Floating Mint; The Underwater Railroad; Ship Without Colors; The Rusty Bucket Mystery; Payday on the Pond; Aircraft Carriers; Frogman's Pacific Jonah. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Frogman Comics (1952) 7

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    Cover by Mort Lawrence. Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, Gerald McCann, Charles Nicholas, Dan Zolnerowich and Lorence Bjorklund. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Frogmen with a US destroyer crew are assigned to ensure the safety of a Korean harbor. A mysterious intelligence agent named Mr. Q boards a US destroyer, for a special mission that not even the frogmen know about. Frogmen try to stop gun-runners from supplying Latin American revolutionaries. Tin Fish from Nowhere; Mr. "Q" of North Sea; Mississippi Frogmen; Diary of the Ice; Operation Back Door; Frogman to the Gulf; Get These Dresses. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Frogman Comics (1952) 8

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    Cover by Mort Lawrence. Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, Bill Ely and Mort Lawrence. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. A mysterious torpedo is recovered in tropical waters. The long-awaited transatlantic TV cable is just a few inches too short to reach, in a humor strip that's also a sign of its times. Frogmen seek a spy ring trading in underwater gold. 20-Fathom Torch Job; No TV Tonight; The Poison Fish of San Juan; Hobo Frogman; Pike's New Frog; Frogman's Coral Enemy; Menu of the Deep; Snazzy Seas; Mystery Swimmer of Maine. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Frogman Comics (1952) 9

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    Stories and art by Mike Roy, Bill Ely and Mort Lawrence. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. A frogman thinks a trawler loaded with explosives is the work of spies, but the truth is even more sinister. Feuding sailors put aside their differences when their sub is assigned to take an island from enemy agents in Alaskan waters. The Navy investigates when mystery subs attack US freighters in the Sea of Japan. 10 Fathom Watchdog; The Navy's Secret Code; The Silent Service; Eagle of the Frogs; Where the Freighters Die; Tadpole Frogman. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Frogman Comics (1952) 10

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    Cover by Mike Suchorsky. Stories and art by Mike Suchorsky, John Prentice, Dan Zolnerowich and George Olesen. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. Spies use torpedoes to smuggle radium out of Central America. Navy frogmen fake a movie shoot to lure enemy agents. Foreign spies target an experimental new underwater television camera. Joe Sam's Shark Net; Frogman in Purple; Nest of the Iron Fish; Full Dress Bath; Frogman's California Grab; Underwater Shepherd. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Frogman Comics (1952) 11

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    Cover by Mike Suchorsky. Stories and art by Bill Ely, Ernie Schroeder, Lorence Bjorklund, Mort Lawrence and Mike Roy. "Frogman" is not a frog-powered superhero, but a 1950s term for underwater special-ops soldiers. A US frogman in Japan thinks something is up when he sees an old flame from the States, but she pretends not to recognize him. After World War II, British turncoats seek a Nazi secret weapon from a U-boat sunk off the English coast. Two frogmen catch a ride on a torpedo in a humor strip. In another gag strip, a frogman winds up re-enacting Jonah and the Whale. Sunday Night in Yokohama; Sub at the Roost; The T.N.T. Gallop; The Bullet Catcher; The Winged Kick; Operation Hot Licks; The Frog's Spare Face; The Old Blubber Game; The Undersea Puncher; The No. 6 Torpedo. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.