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  • Issue #1
    Hit Comics (1940) 1

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. Origin of Hercules, art by Dan Zolnerowich; After Joe Hercules' mother dies of a heart attack, Joe goes after the unscrupulous banker who caused it. The Plot To Sink the ARKIAN starring X-5 Super Agent, script by Will Eisner [as Cary Weyt], art by Charles Sultan. Clock of Doom starring Jack and Jill, art by Leonard Frank. Origin of the Red Bee; Assistant DA Rick Raleigh takes on the corrupt political bosses at City Hall, armed only with his pet bee, Michael. Origin of the Strange Twins, art by Alex Blum; 25 years ago, Sin Chow kidnapped one of the sons of Neville Strange and raised him in his den of pirates. Neutrality Patrol, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Triple Train Wreck Robbery, art by Munson Paddock. The Tale of the Haunted Inn, art by Pierre Winters; debut of The Old Witch, who is similar to the Old Witch who narrated EC comics horror tales, which debuted ten years later. Origin of Neon the Unknown, art by Alex Blum. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Hit Comics (1940) 2

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. A Town's Ransom, art by Dan Zolnerowich; Hercules battles saboteurs who blow up a school and a dam. Assignment: Ruina starring X-5 Super Agent, script by Will Eisner [as Cary Weyt], art by Charles Sultan. The Baby On the Doorstep; Someone leaves a baby on the Doe's doorstep; Hijinks, including gunplay, ensue. The Phantom Scaffold starring Old Witch, art by Pierre Winter. The Escape of Roderick Strange, script by S. M. Iger [as S. M. Regi], art by Alex Blum; Rod captures Doug and takes his place. The Hospital Grafters, art by Charles Nicholas. Costa Rica Shore Leave starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Railroad Saboteurs starring Casey Jones, art by Munson Paddock. The Venusian Expedition starring Blaze Barton, art by Henry Kiefer. The Defeat of Radolf, script by S. M. Iger [as Tagor Maroy], art by Alex Blum; Neon heads for Dunland to free the inhabitants of a concentration camp in Dunland from the evil and tyranical rule of a dictator. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Hit Comics (1940) 3

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. The Burns Koffin Gang, script by Greg Powers, art by Dan Zolnerowich; Hercules begins demonstrates his car and boat lifting skills bringing the Burns Koffin Gang to justice. Assignment: Spain, art by Courtney Thompson; X-5 vs. The Bothnians. The Photographer's Murder, art by Charles Nicholas (as B. H. Apiary); The Red Bee (Rick Raleigh) vs. Henry Graff and Fred. The Dope Pearls starring The Strange Twins; Rod Strange and Douglas Strange vs. Vera De Vain. Spies In Puerto Rico, script and art by Klaus Nordling; Bob Masters and Swab Decker vs. Luisa and other spies. The Chicago Run starring Casey Jones, art by Munson Paddock. The Cat's Ninth Life text story by Toni Blum (Tony Boon). The Tale of the Ghost Cavaliers starring Old Witch, art by Pierre Winter. Voyage To the Center of the Earth, art by Henry Kiefer; Blaze Barton encounters Beatica (Queen of the Jewelled Caves) and battles The Core-men. Treasure On Koko's Island starring Tommy Tinkle, art by George Tuska. The Savage Land starring Neon the Unknown, script by S. M. Iger (as Tagor Maroy), art by Alex Blum; Neon continues his freelance adventures at the North Pole rescuing a British polar explorer from a strange tropical isle hidden beneath the glaciers. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Hit Comics (1940) 4

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. "The Future Society," art by Charles Nicholas (as B. H. Apiary); The Red Bee (Rick Raleigh) vs. Dr. Marah and Lizak. "The Budapest Crime Syndicate," script by S. M. Iger (as S. M. Regi), art by Alex Blum; Rod Strange and Doug Strange match wits over stolen jewels; This time in Budapest. "The Case of the Crooked Eights," script by Bob Powell (as Stanley Charlot), art by Bob Powell; Betty wins her case via a gun battle in the courtroom. "Assignment: Tradheim," art by Charles Sultan; X-5 vs. Von Setz. "The Modern Art Robbery"; Jack Doe and Jill Doe vs. Squee. "The Overland Bus Mystery," art by Dan Zolnerowich; Hercules vs. William Onslow, Pike and Blacky. "Black Starred Skull" starring The Old Witch, art by John Celardo. "King of the Rockmen"; Blaze Barton vs. the Rockmen (villains) and their King. "Madman's Castle, or, The Living Ghost" text story by Toni Blum (Toni Boone). "Cockroach Detail" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "The Transatlantic Bridge" starring Neon the Unknown, art by Alex Blum; Neon (Tom Corbet) vs. the Dictator of Kampfland; President Franklin D. Roosevelt appears. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Hit Comics (1940) 5

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. "Murder On the Assembly Line," art by Dan Zolnerowich; An auto manufacturing plant is being sabotaged by a competitor (Wolf Stead, behind the scenes); Joe Hercules shows up, on foot, in his business suit, and persuades the plant's owner Judd Haskin to hire Hercules as an assembly worker, so that he can help catch the culprit, and help the factory meet its quota in time. "Murder of a Peddler," art by Nick Cardy; A pushcart peddler is killed in a drive-by shooting; His young son, Tony, is accused of being responsible by a man who claims to have witnessed the event, though the boy pleads he is innocent; Betty Bates vs. Jerry Corona. "The Emerald of Egypt," art by Alex Blum; Rod Wing Low pretends to be his brother, Douglas, in a plan to steal the riches of a Sheik and his soon-to-be-wed daughter, Anitra. "The Panama Canal Incident," script and art by Klaus Nordling; Bob and Swab come across a plot by foreign agents to sink a ship in mid-channel in the Panama Canal in order to stop trade; Things become more complicated when Swab is captured. "Assignment: Quanalla," art by Charles Sultan; The oppressed peons of the tiny Central American kingdom of Quanalla rebel against their tyrannical rulers. "Flatboat No. 96," art by Charles Nicholas (as B. H. Apiary); Among the many flatboats tied up along the waterfront there is one called "no. 26" from which murderers emanate to "rub out" victims on a strictly cash basis; The Red Bee puts a stop to that, despite the D.A.'s annoying attempts to capture him. "The House on the Moors" starring Old Witch, art by John Celardo. "Ghosts of the Unborn To-Morrow" text story by Toni Blum (Toni Boone). "In a Metropolis of Madmen" starring Neon the Unknown, script by S. M. Iger (as Tagor Maroy). 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Hit Comics (1940) 6

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. The Swords of Death starring The Red Bee, art by Charles Nicholas. Eldorado, City of Gold starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger [as S. M. Regi]. The Case of Jimmy Meke starring Betty Bates, art by Nick Cardy. Ruckus At the Rubber Plantation starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Haunted Forest starring the Old Witch, art by John Celardo. The Texas Oil Field Mystery starring Hercules, art by Dan Zolnerowich [as Gregg Powers]; Hercules comes to the aid of a bored Texas oil heiress, descending underwater to fix her father's oil rig. Mercury Vs. Venus starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. Jill Doe—Kidnapped starring Jack and Jill, art by Nick Cardy. Introducing Lion Boy, art by George Tuska [as Merton Holmes]. The Invisible Ray starring Neon the Unknown, script by S. M. Iger [as Tagor Maroy], art by Lou Fine. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
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    Cover art by Lou Fine. The Taxi Cab Racket starring Red Bee, art by Saul Rosen. Teamup In Africa starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger [as S. M. Regi], art by Alex Blum; Doug and Rod Strange learn of their brotherhood and become friends. On Little Diomede starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Will of Mr. Mark starring Betty Bates, art by Nick Cardy. The Tenement Fire Mystery starring Hercules, art by George Tuska. The Baron and the Gunsight Plans starring G-5 Super Agent, art by Charles Sultan. The Ghost's Revenge starring Old Witch, art by John Celardo. The Earth Presidential Election starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth; Prof. Solis becomes President of Earth, 5020. The Lucky Charm starring Jack and Jill, art by Nick Cardy. Exiled From the Pack starring Lion Boy, art by George Tuska. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Hit Comics (1940) 8

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    The Power-Stealing Tower, art by John Celardo; A crime syndicate builds a giant tower that will drain the power from every dynamo in America; They believe only Hercules can stop them, so they resolve to kill him. Broadcast of Crime starring Betty Bates, art by Nick Cardy. The Haunted House of Spies starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger. The Guantanamo Bay Incident starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Lost TORNADO starring G-5 Super Agent, art by Charles Sultan. Battle With Blitz starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. The Monkeys Muscle In starring Lion Boy, art by George Tuska. Bashing the Bund starring Don Glory, art by Nick Cardy; Boxer Don Glory decides to focus his energies on taking down bundist groups and others infiltrating America. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Hit Comics (1940) 9
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    • Paper: White

    Cover art by Lou Fine. In the Asylum, art by John Celardo; Hercules gets briefly committed to an insane asylum; introduces bad guy Mug Mullin. Case of the Reluctant Robber starring Betty Bates, art by Nick Cardy. Sapphire Eyes starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum. The Coming of Togo starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. The Fiend Called Fang starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Sabotage On the High Seas starring Red Bee, art by Clark Williams. The President's Vacation starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. Sir Thornley, Spy starring G-5 Super Agent, art by George Appel. In South America, art by Nick Cardy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Hit Comics (1940) 10
    Published Apr 1941 by Quality.

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    First Reed Crandall art. Cover art by Lou Fine. "Hercules Goes Hollywood," art by John Celardo; Joe Hercules bare-handedly defeats the well-armed Giller Gang in a downtown melee, and becomes a local celebrity, getting awarded the Key To The City. "The Song Robbers" starring Betty Bates, art by Nick Cardy. "Cold Germs" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "His Lordship," script by S. M. Iger (as S. M. Regi), art by Alex Blum; The Strange Twins vs. Sir Vivian Ashton. "Eagle Attack" starring Lion Boy and Togo, art by Henry Kiefer. "Fiesta of Spies" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "Shanghai Joe," script by Toni Blum (as B. H. Apiary), art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); On the waterfront of Superior City and on the open sea, Shanghai Joe and his gang are hijacking cargoes of war materials bound for China and diverting them to Japan; The Red Bee stows away on one such ship and fistfights his way to victory over this gang. "The South American Terrorists," script by S. M. Iger (as Tagor Maroy); Neon (Tom Corbet) vs. a gang of Fifth Columnists. "Captain Garin and the Gold Strike" starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. "Swamp Magic" text story by Toni Blum (as Tony Boone). "Mystery of the Red Lantern"; Fifth-columnist agents have infiltrated a small fishing village and are passing shipping schedules to a U-Boat stationed offshore; G-5 speaks infiltrates this village, finds the enemy infiltrators, dukes it out with them, and reports their whereabouts to British Intelligence. "The Lorelei Song" starring The Old Witch, art by Reed Crandall. "This Is Our War," art by Nick Cardy; Don Glory vs. Malcolm Lyor. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Hit Comics (1940) 11
    Published May 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. The Seaside Saboteurs starring Hercules, art by Reed Crandall [as Gregg Powers]; Hercules accepts an invitation from a movie producer to play a jungle hero, only to suffer through the production and become faint at the movie premier. Murder in the Machine Factory starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Case of London Joe starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum. Visitor's Day starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Missionary's Niece starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. A War of Roses starring the Old Witch, art by George Appel. The Oxygen Thieves starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirt. The Morale Murderers starring Don Glory, art by Nick Cardy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Hit Comics (1940) 12
    Published Jun 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. "Peril In the Park," art by Reed Crandall; A small western bank gets robbed, at closing time, and the crooks get away in a fast car, and lose their police pursuers out in the vast flat countryside; Joe Hercules steps in. "One Hamburger With Trouble," art by Al Bryant; Betty Bates is present when a gang of well-fed thugs walks brazenly out of her favorite cafe without paying; Ted the counter man steps out and yells a them about it, so they jeer and throw big rocks at the diner, breaking many windows; Betty is ready to take this mess to court. "An Odorless Perfume" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Medical Supply Smugglers," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Douglas and Rodney Strange, and Wing Low, are crossing the Pacific Ocean, bound for the U.S., aboard an ocean liner; Doug gets lured into an ambush and jumped on by two thugs, then thrown into a cabin and locked up. "Lion Boy Is In Love," art by Henry Kiefer; Two vengeful ex-convicts come to the area, looking to murder Jim, the District Commissioner. "Baron Revals" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "Grotoff's Underground Underworld," script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); The Red Bee (Rick Raleigh) vs. Grotoff and his gang. "The Secret Pact," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Back in the Balkans, Neon prevents Shickler from invading the nation of Slovia and encourages its people to work towards establishing a democratic government. "Dark Side of the Moon" starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. "Murder In the Sun" text story by Toni Blum (Tony Boone). "Assignment: Paris," art by George Appel; G-5 Super Agent vs. Nazis. "The Phantom Peacemakers" starring Old Witch, art by George Appel. "Sabotage At Acme Aircraft," art by Al Bryant; Don Glory vs. a gang of saboteurs. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Hit Comics (1940) 13
    Published Jul 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. "A Dream of Riverboats," art by Reed Crandall; With the river risen to flood stage, six Mississippi River flatboat pirates attack the houseboat of two trappers, throw them overboard, and steal a cargo of pelts; Joe Hercules spots this and gets to work being heroic. "Guilty!", art by Al Bryant; Betty Bates versus Jake Rilling, Joe Rilling and their gang. "The Bread World" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Revenge of Limehouse Lew," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Rodney Strange and Douglas Strange versus Limehouse Lew. "The Foreign Recruiters" starring Bob and Swab," script and art by Klaus Nordling. "The Poisoners" starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. "Hammond's Milk Racket," script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); The Red Bee versus D. J. Hammond and his gang. "The Ghost of the Clipper Ship" starring The Old Witch, art by George Appel. "Is This Sabotage?", script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Neon returns to the United States amid a rash of kidnappings and sabotage perpetrated by the treacherous Dr. Marko, who worked with Indians. "Shot In the Dark" text article by Toni Blum (as Tony Boone). "Assignment: Lisbon" starring G-5 Super Agent, art by George Appel. "Mission To Uranex" starring Blaze Barton, art by Maurice Gutwirth. "The Yellow Shirts" starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Hit Comics (1940) 14
    Published Aug 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. "Gang War," art by Reed Crandall; Rival gang bosses "Monk" Mosby and "Cupie" Dahl carry their territorial dispute to a terrifying new level when Monk's hireling "Ears" Earle is able to steal an Army tank; When the tank advances to attack the school, Joe Hercules steps in. "The Vengeance of Al Vacco," art by Al Bryant; Betty Bates vs. Al Vacco and his gang; Bugsy Webb intro. "The New Popcorn" one-page Dan Tootin story, script by Jack Cole, art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "Count De Fraud," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; The Strange Twins vs. Count De Fraud. "The Abducted Chief," art by Henry Kiefer; Lion Boy vs. Fritz, Hans and other Nazis. "The Malay Murderers," script and art by Klaus Nordling; Bob and Swab vs. Malays. "Murder Among Millionaires," script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); While sailing in the vicinity of an exclusive resort area, D.A. Hawke and A.D.A. Raleigh witness a collision between an unmanned speedboat and an ordinary outboard motor skiff, from which millionaire yachtsman Bill Baldwin barely escapes with his life. It soon turns out that the speedboat was remotely controlled by radio; That night, the Red Bee shadows Baldwin and his girlfriend Carol to a costume ball, and witnesses as a sniper shoots Bill between the eyes. "The Mining of New York Harbor," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Afteer defeating the evil Dr. Marko in the previous adventure, Neon heads to New York Harbor, where he discovers underwater mines placed by the Germans. "The Plane Pirates" starring Danger Darrow (Hell Diver). "The Night Prowler" text story by Toni Blum (Tony Boone). "Assignment: Algiers" starring G-5 Super Agent, art by George Appel. "The Winslow Plantation Ghosts" starring Old Witch, art by George Appel. "The Newfoundland Spy Ring" starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Hit Comics (1940) 15
    Published Sep 1941 by Quality.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1102709012

    Cover art by Reed Crandall. "Cave-In At the Wolf Gulch Gold Mine," art by Reed Crandall; An earthquake caves in the Wolf Gulch Gold Mine, and many minors are injured and lost; Joe Hercules shows up, on foot, wearing his superhero suit. "The Payroll Plunderers," art by Al Bryant; Betty Bates vs. a gang of crooks. "The Life-Speeding Pills" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, script by Jack Cole, art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). "Dead River Lou" starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum. "Boris and Morris" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "Battle With a Lion," art by Henry Kiefer; Lion Boy vs. Chief of Bama. "War With the Madden Gang," script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); The Red Bee (Rick Raleigh) vs. Madden and his gang. "The Canada Convoy"; Hell Diver vs. Max, Herr Commander and Nazis. "The Plot To Blow Up New York City," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Neon the Unknown defeats an Axis plan to blow up NYC with bombs in the sewer system. "A Scrap of Paper" text story by Toni Blum (Toni Boone). "The Masked Agent," art by George Appel; G-5 Super Agent vs. a masked agent. "Return To the Ring" starring Don Glory, Kid Kayo, and Heinrich Hauptmann, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Hit Comics (1940) 16
    Published Oct 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Reed Crandall. "The Dockside Saboteurs," art by Reed Crandall; Hercules hears of the sinking of an Allied supply vessel and races to the scene to save the ship, then volunteers for guard duty to stop the saboteurs responsible. "The Murder of Moe Jukes," script by Toni Blum (as Stanley Charlot), art by Al Bryant; While meeting a friend at the airport, Betty witnesses the death of a noted racketeer, and, when the smoke clears, a young man holding the gun is nabbed by the Police. "Headbanger" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, art by Jack Cole. "Death of a Director" starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; vs. Darleen and an Indian. "Prisoner of the Hunters" starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. "The Fake Buoy of Mozambique" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "Murder in Chinatown," script by Toni Blum (as B. H. Apiary), art by Witmer Williams; Rick is sent on an assignment to Chinatown to investigate the murder of a Chinese, only to find that opium is behind the whole thing. "The Seizure of the PANA," art by Mort Leav; Hell Diver vs. the Japanese. "The Anti-Neon Machine," script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum; Neon must face Scar Lioni, who has created a formidable tractor beam of sorts that Neon could not escape from (unless he turned his body into energy). "Plunder from the Deep" text story by Gene Miller. "U.S. Destroyer Mysteriously Sunk" starring G-5 Super Agent. "The SIROCCO Saboteurs" starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Hit Comics (1940) 17
    Published Nov 1941 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Lou Fine. Untitled story, art by Reed Crandall; Hercules battles Big Red Lopez. Untitled Betty Bates, Lady-at-Law story; During an afternoon recess from court, Betty relaxes in a tiny park, then things get interesting. One-page Dan Tootin story, script and art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). Untitled story starring Bob Masters and Swab Decker, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Untitled The Strange Twins story. Untitled Lion Boy story, art by Henry Kiefer. Untitled The Red Bee story, script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as B. H. Apiary); The Red Bee, in reality Rick Raleigh, Assistant District Attorney, pierces a ring of crime that threatens the future of the youth of America. Untitled Hell Diver story. Untitled G-5 Super Agent story. "Trick Gun" text story by Eugene Maxwell. "The Mystery Gun," script by Toni Blum (as Tagor Maroy); A vital midwest power plant and a hydroelectric dam are each destroyed with single shots from a gigantic artillery piece; Standing in a tall tree near an arms plant in the coastal part of Texas, Neon the Unknown detects a third incoming shell, fired from somewhere over the horizon. Untitled story: Don Glory returns to the ring. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Hit Comics (1940) 18
    Published Dec 1941 by Quality.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Extra staple added after manufacturing.
    • Label #0347600020

    Cover art by Reed Crandall. Untitled Stormy Foster story, art by Max Elkan; When thieves come in to pillage Doc Vaughn's drugstore, Stormy applies a fake moustache and pops a super-vitamin which imbues him with the strength of ten men. Dan Tootin humor page, art by Jack Cole. Untitled Ghost of Flanders story, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]; Supposedly dead in the First World War, "Rip" Graves operates as a superhero from a crypt beneath the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Untitled Bob and Swab story, art by Klaus Nordling. Untitled The Red Bee story, art by Witmer Williams. Untitled The Strange Twins story, art by Alex Blum. Untitled Lion Boy story, art by H. Kiefer. Untitled Hercules story script by George Tuska [as Gregg Powers], art by George Tuska. Untitled Don Glory story, script by Toni Blum [as Lincoln Ross], art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Hit Comics (1940) 19
    Published Jan 1942 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Reed Crandall. Tokoyan Sabotage starring Stormy Foster, art by Maxwell Elkan. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. The Theft of the Scouting Plane, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]; The Ghost must take on a Nazi menace named Hans Sheink. The Pipeline Saboteurs starring Hercules, art by Arthur Peddy. The Phony Private Detective starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. Ratznestski the Car Crook starring Red Bee, art by Witmer Williams. San Pedro Shore Duty starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Burma Road Bombers starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger [as S.M. Regi], art by Alex Blum. Liberating the Lion Cubs starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. Shipyard of Saboteurs starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Hit Comics (1940) 20
    Published Feb 1942 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Reed Crandall. The Deadly Scheme of Dr. Bork, art by Max Elkan; Dr. Bork plans to start an epidemic by infecting the milk supply, and they stand to make a fortune since they've cornered the supply of the treatment serum. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole [as Ralph Johns]. Mail Duty starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Murder's Last Act starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Spy Snatchers, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]; FBI Chief Weever asks the Ghost to deliver sensitive documents to the War Department, which he does.....but only after battling a German brute, who was a giant with near superhuman strength. The Elevator Murders starring Red Bee, script by Witmer Williams [as B. H. Apiary], art by Witmer Williams. The Photo Hunters starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. The War Games That Weren't Games starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Hit Comics (1940) 21
    Published Mar 1942 by Quality.
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1462525003

    Cover art by Max Elkan. King Korman's Castle, art by Max Elkan; On a delivery to nearby Death Valley, Foster and Ah Choo find a dying man and decide to trail his killers. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. The Dutch Guiana Incident starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Whissler Building Case starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. Captured By Axel Kopf starring Ghost of Flanders, script by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid], art by George Brenner. Blacky Meyer Is Back In Town starring Red Bee, art by Witmer Williams. The Top-Hatters Mob starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger [as S.M. Regi], art by Alex Blum. The Fluid of Fury starring Lion Boy, art by Henry Kiefer. Three-Ring Chaos, art by Lou Ferstadt; Hercules comes upon a circus and helps to protect its owner from a mobster. Cloud of Doom starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Hit Comics (1940) 22
    Published Jun 1942 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Gill Fox. Make-Up For Murder, art by Max Elkan. Case of the Cat's Skeleton, art by Al Bryant. Peanuts and Spies starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. War! starring Comet Kelly, script and art by Vernon Henkel. The Silken Gang War starring Red Bee, script by Witmer Williams [as B. H. Apiary], art by Witmer Williams. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Prisoner of Von Kimmel, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]; Despite the menace of the Japanese after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Ghost battles the Nazi menace and even sings the lyrics from a 1940 song, "I Am an American." Totoya Adventure starring the Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum. The Coming of Captain Flagg, script by Toni Blum [as Anthony Blum], art by Alex Koda. The Swordfish Strikes, art by Fred Guardineer. Bout With the Vichy French starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Hit Comics (1940) 23
    Published Aug 1942 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Reed Crandall. Untitled Stormy Foster story, art by Reed Crandall; Doc Vaughn develops an anti-Lewisite spray, and a German spy steals it, leaving an insulting note in its place; Stormy Foster vitamins up, changes clothes, and pursues him. Untitled Betty Bates story, art by Al Bryant; A routine case involving a change of will throws Betty into a whirlwind of adventures, with murder and the unknown playing the leading roles. Untitled Comet Kelly story, art by Vernon Henkel; After shooting down four Japanese bombers, and running out of fuel, Comet Kelly lands on a bumpy road near General McArter's endangered position, bringing along some spare Tommy guns to help defend it; A light Japanese tank arrives. Untitled Bob and Swab story, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Untitled story, script by Toni Blum, art by Witmer Williams (as Clark Williams); The Red Bee (Rick Raleigh) vs. Joe Phillips. One-page Dan Tootin story, script and art by Jack Cole. Untitled story, script and art by George Brenner; The Ghost of Flanders flies his antique pursuit plane to the Pacific coast, where a Japanese spy named Toko is planning some mischief at a dance and reception sponsored by the "American Born Japanese Society." Untitled Captain Flagg story, script by Toni Blum, art by Alex Koda. Untitled The Strange Twins story, script by S. M. Iger, art by Alex Blum. Untitled Swordfish story, art by Fred Guardineer. Untitled Don Glory story, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Hit Comics (1940) 24
    Published Oct 1942 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Reed Crandall. The General's Briefcase, art by Max Elkan; A briefcase with vital military documents has been stolen from a General when his car is over-turned; Jean, a member of the Motor Corps, and sweet on Foster, becomes quite concerned for his safety when he disappears (to become the Defender). The Power Plant Saboteurs, art by Al Bryant; The Peterson Electric Plant is in danger from saboteurs to cut off the power supply. It Started With a Lost Hat, script and art by Klaus Nordling; Bob tumbles unaware into a nest of Nazi spies. The Chinese Heroine starring Comet Kelly, script and art by Vernon Henkel. The Drug Hijackers starring Red Bee, art by Witmer Williams. Spaghetti 5 Cents A Yard one-page Dan Tootin story by Jack Cole. Giant Mushrooms starring Ghost of Flanders, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]. Hospital of Spies starring The Strange Twins, script by S. M. Iger [as S.M. Regi], art by Alex Blum. Duel With a Two-Man Sub starring Swordfish, script and art by Fred Guardineer. The Bund's Champion starring Don Glory, art by Arthur Peddy. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Hit Comics (1940) 25
    Published Dec 1942 by Quality.

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    The Origin of Kid Eternity, art by Sheldon Moldoff; A boy and his grandfather are torpedoed in their boat by a Nazi sub and killed, but when the lad reaches the Pearly Gates, his name is not on the list to die. The Death-House Blues starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. Dan Tootin humor page, script by Jack Cole, art by Jack Cole [as Ralph Johns]. A Lesson For Bill Jones, script and art by George Brenner [as Wayne Reid]; The Ghost tracks down an American defector named Jones, a man who has tried to dodge the draft. Men With Two Faces starring Stormy Foster, art by Rudy Palais. The Incendiary Comic Book starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Prisoner In a Chinese Laundry starring Don Glory, art by John Belfi. Magnificent Bill; When Bill says the magic phrase, "Jeepers Creepers!", he is mysteriously endowed with super-strength, invulnerability and speed. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Hit Comics (1940) 26
    Published Feb 1943 by Quality.

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. A Tale of a Door, a Doctor, and a Dreaded Cat, art by Sheldon Moldoff; On his first case, Kid Eternity follows a missing person into the lair of Dr. Pain, who fancies himself a modern day Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Introducing Woopy starring Woopy of Shootin' Creek, art by Art Gates. Murders Will Always Out starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Mad Doctor's Super-Gang, art by Rudy Palais; Stormy creates a new version of his super-vitamin formula that is five times stronger than the original, and it is stolen and used by a crook. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole [as Ralph Johns]. Dr. Maldemer's Evil Eye starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Crooked Casino starring Don Glory, art by John Belfi. Sheriff For a Day, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Whenever he says "Jeepers Creepers" Bill Hanson is a changed man. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Hit Comics (1940) 27
    Published Apr 1943 by Quality.

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. Enter: Silk and Her Highness, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff; Kid Eternity's powers are removed by Mr. Keeper when the Kid mis-uses his powers to transform two ordinary guys into "he-men"; However, two crooks witnessed this scene and informed Her Highness of this, and she ordered Silk to capture the men and bring them to her. Scarpaw Smythe starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Goodies' Battle Royal starring Woopy, art by Art Gates. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. The Four Feathers of Death; Stormy faces his only costumed foe, The Archer, in an exciting battle of wits before his adversary falls out a window to his death. At Liberty starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Grego the Grisly Heading East starring Bill the Magnificent, art by Paul Gustavson. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Hit Comics (1940) 28
    Published Jul 1943 by Quality.

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. "Her Highness and the Maharajah," pencils by Sheldon Moldoff; Kid Eternity vs. Silk, Her Highness and Moe the Goniff; appearances by Solomon (historical character) and John L. Sullivan (historical boxer). "The Swindling Dr. Zwindler," art by Al Bryant. "Rough, Tough, and Nasty" starring Her Highness, art by Ruben Moreira. "Buying Back Manhattan" starring Billy Blackfeet, script and art by Bernard Dibble. "Magnetic Teeth" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, script by Jack Cole, art by Jack Cole (Ralph Johns). "The Doll of Death"; German spies plot to blow up General Clovis with a bomb built into a toy clown; Stormy Foster, the Great Defender, foils them. "Messing With the Moslems" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "Men of Daring" text story. "The Martian Invasion?" starring Woopy, script by Robin King, art by Sid Lazarus. "A Matter of Wife or Death," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Bill the Magnificent (Bill Hanson) vs. Professor Twerp. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Hit Comics (1940) 29
    Published Sep 1943 by Quality.

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. Barry the Magician, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff. Exhibit "A"; During the course of the case Foster was working on, Doc Vaughn discloses to Ah Choo Foster's true identity as the Great Defender. Making Things Hot For the Japs starring Her Highness. Murder In Hollywood starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Back In the U.S.A. starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Daniel Goon For Sheriff starring Woopy. In the Clutches of Prof. Twerp, art by Paul Gustavson; Bill is kidnapped by the pint-sized scientist Professor Twerp, who attempts to discover Bill's powers. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Hit Comics (1940) 30
    Published Nov 1943 by Quality.

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    Cover pencils by Ruben Moreira. Julius Caesar At Yankee Stadium, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff; Kid Eternity's powers were broadened to include fictional characters, and he uses them to call upon a variety of personages to help solve the problem of Father Time's broken time clock. Oil Found starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Price of Rajmataj starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. The Spiritualist Racket starring Her Highness. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. The Reanimation of Matilda, art by Rudy Palais; Ah Choo meets a new black friend named Asbestos. Dr. Batso Belfry, art by Harvey Kurtzman; Bill comes to defend Jean's honor against the diminutive Dr. Belfry. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Hit Comics (1940) 31
    Published Mar 1944 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Alex Kotzky. The Return of Don Quixote; Kid Eternity now discovers that he can use his powers without Mr. Keeper's help. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. The Boxing Racket starring Her Highness. Shore Leave starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. District Attorney Killed In Auto Crash starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Siamese Cat Statue, art by Rudy Palais; A man riddled with bullets stumbles into the drug store operated by Stormy and his friend Ah Choo, who open a package the many is carrying and find a porcelain siamese cat inside. Bout With Battleship Watkins starring Bill the Magnificent, art by Harvey Kurtzman. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Hit Comics (1940) 32
    Published Jun 1944 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. :The Battle For Excalibur"; Kid Eternity vs. Merlin; appearances by Plastic Man (Patrick "Eel" O'Brien), King Arthur and The Lady of the Lake. "The Milk Pill" one-page story starring Dan Tootin, The Madcap Chemist, script and art by Jack Cole. "The Tomato Fight" starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. "The Gambling Racket" starring Her Highness. "The Case of the Weekend Murders" starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. "Sixty Seconds" text story. "The Wolfton Murders," art by Rudy Palais; The wealthy Wolfton family is dying off very rapidly; Stormy Foster and Ah Choo deliver an oxygen tank to their mansion, and become suspicious; The butler turns out to be in on the murder plot. "The Thugees" starring Bill the Magnificent, art by Marvin Stein. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Hit Comics (1940) 33
    Published Sep 1944 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Bill Ward. Oil Fever; The lack of an education displays itself in the Kid's ability to call upon the proper historical figures in a situation involving the rescuing of people from a flaming oil rig. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Her Highness's School of the Dance starring Her Highness. Shore Leave In Egypt starring Bob and Swab, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Prof. Bone's Formula For Death starring Betty Bates, art by Al Bryant. The Invincible Ah Choo, art by Rudy Palais; Ah Choo believes that a vitamin regime for himself would help him impress his new love interest, Ah Mee, so he ends up taking Stormy's super-vitamins. One-Punch Ramon starring Bill the Magnificent, art by Marvin Stein. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Hit Comics (1940) 34
    Published Dec 1944 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. The Reformation of Rita Rowley; Silent film actress Sarah Bernhardt is called upon by Kid Eternity in a case involving a bratty young actress. Dan Tootin humor page, script by Jack Cole, art by Jack Cole (as Ralph Johns). South Sea Wedding Mixup starring Bob and Swab. Strangeness On a Train starring Her Highness. The Ghost of Villa Vane starring Betty Bates. Scourge of the Skyscraper starring Stormy Foster, art by Rudy Palais; In order to impress his new found heart throb, Ah Mee, Ah Choo decides to take some of Stormy's super-vitamins. Prince of the Buztecs starring Bill the Magnificent, art by Marvin Stein. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Hit Comics (1940) 35
    Published Mar 1945 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. Volto from Mars ad, art by Frank Robbins. Murder Frameup!; While Mr. Keeper takes a nap, Kid Eternity witnesses a murder he can't do anything about. Down With King Louie! starring Marmaduke Mouse, art by Ernie Hart. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Untitled Her Highness story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Betty Bates story, art by Ed Dobrotka. Untitled Bob and Swab story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Egbert story, art by Ernie Hart. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Hit Comics (1940) 36
    Published Jun 1945 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. The Witch's Curse; Kid Eternity travels back to 1636 to lift an old curse. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Egbert Invisible starring Egbert and the Count, script and art by Ernie Hart. The Yip Yip Club starring Her Highness, art by Janice Valleau. The Country Auction starring Big Brother, art by Pete Riss. The Inheritance starring Marmaduke Mouse, art by Ernie Hart. The Montevideo Competition starring Bob and Swab, art by Janice Valleau. The Talisman starring Betty Bates, art by Alex Kotzky. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Hit Comics (1940) 37
    Published Sep 1945 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. The City of Silence; When Mr. Keeper's radio appears to gives out on him, he and Kid Eternity visit the Earth, only to discover that a madman has invented a way to silence everything so that he can accomplish his crimes. The Corpse In the Delivery Chute starring Betty Bates. The Tiger Is Loose starring Egbert and the Count, art by Ernie Hart. The Cornfed County Fair starring Big Brother. The $10,000 Dog starring Her Highness, art by Janice Valleau. Search For E. T. Wicks starring Bob and Swab, art by Janice Valleau. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Professor Piffle's Pills of Knowledge starring Marmaduke Mouse, script and art by Ernie Hart. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Hit Comics (1940) 38
    Published Dec 1945 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. Untitled Kid Eternity story; When the Kid summons Thor on a case, and his hammer misses its target, the god was incensed. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Untitled Egbert and the Count story, script and art by Ernie Hart. Untitled Her Highness story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Marmaduke Mouse story, script and art by Ernie Hart. Untitled Bob and Swab story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Betty Bates story, art by Al Bryant. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Hit Comics (1940) 39
    Published Mar 1946 by Quality.

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  • Issue #40
    Hit Comics (1940) 40
    Published May 1946 by Quality.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple, staining on a few interior pages.

    Cover art by Al Bryant. Kid Eternity Battles Mr. Keeper; While False Face is acquitted the Kid tries to frame him against Keep's orders. Murder At Farnes Manor starring Betty Bates. Ghost Story starring Egbert and the Count, art by Ernie Hart. Movie Stars starring Big Brother, pencils by Charles Tomsey, inks by Pete Riss. Prison Break starring Bob and Swab, art by Janice Valleau [as Ginger]. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Pet Dog starring Marmaduke Mouse, art by Ernie Hart. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Hit Comics (1940) 41
    Published Jul 1946 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Al Bryant. Did Kid Eternity Lose His Power?; Captain Kidd and his crew escape from Eternity because someone had forgotten to "check them in." Swami Mouse, Misfortunes Told starring Marmaduke Mouse, script and art by Ernie Hart. Untitled Her Highness story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Betty Bates story, art by Al Bryant. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. Untitled Charlie Horse story, art by Hal Cooper. Untitled Bob and Swab story, art by Janice Valleau [as Ginger]. Untitled Big Brother story. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Hit Comics (1940) 42
    Published Sep 1946 by Quality.

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  • Issue #43
    Hit Comics (1940) 43
    Published Nov 1946 by Quality.

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  • Issue #44
    Hit Comics (1940) 44
    Published Jan 1947 by Quality.

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    Kid Eternity, Her Highness, Sir Roger, Betty Bates, Charlie Horse, Bob and Swab (art by Klaus Nordling), and Big Brother. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Hit Comics (1940) 45
    Published Mar 1947 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Pete Riss. Pancho Villa Against Don Pablo, art by Pete Riss; Kid Eternity summons Pancho Villa to lead a revolution on a banana plantation. Tunnel of Love starring Bob and Swab, art by Janice Valleau. Murder by Law, art by Pete Riss; Ivan Thayer admits he wants to kill his partner and then uses Betty to establish his alibi. Untitled Her Highness story, art by Janice Valleau; An old man leads Her Highness to sunken treasure. Untitled Big Brother story, art by Jack Cole. Charlie Horse's Custard-Pie Capture, art by Hal Cooper. Help! Murder! Police!", art by Michael Senich; Sir Roger tries to trap a rat. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Hit Comics (1940) 46
    Published May 1947 by Quality.
    • Staple rust with migration.

    Cover art by Pete Riss. Kid Eternity Hoax, art by Pete Riss; Lily becomes enamored by the Kid's abilities, and for romance advice, he turns to Lord Byron, who advises him to make her jealous. Untitled Her Highness story, art by Janice Valleau. Untitled Sir Roger story, art by Michael Senich. The Scales of Justice starring Betty Bates, art by Pete Riss. Romance in the Rough starring Charlie Horse, art by Hal Cooper. Untitled Bob and Swab story, art by Janice Valleau. Dan Tootin humor page by Jack Cole. 60 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Hit Comics (1940) 47
    Published Jul 1947 by Quality.

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  • Issue #48
    Hit Comics (1940) 48
    Published Sep 1947 by Quality.
  • Issue #49
    Hit Comics (1940) 49
    Published Nov 1947 by Quality.

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  • Issue #50
    Hit Comics (1940) 50
    Published Jan 1948 by Quality.

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    Cover art by Pete Riss. Untitled Kid Eternity story, art by Pete Riss; Eternity warns the U.S. Air Force about a Martian invasion, in which the invaders were using a green "mould" that caused semi-paralysis over Junction City. Untitled Her Highness story. Untitled Big Brother story. Untitled Betty Bates story. Untitled Bob and Swab story, script and art by Klaus Nordling. Hey, Knuckle-Head! starring Sir Roger, art by Michael Senich. Untitled Rasputin story, art by Ernie Hart. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.