Sun Girl (1948) comic books
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- Paper: Brittle
- Cover detached, staples missing.
- Label #1280158012
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Cover by Ken Bald. "Flying Fists and Glamour!", art by Ken Bald; As a gang of bank robbers flee from the scene of their latest crime, they are unaware that he costumed heroine Sun Girl has latched onto the back of their getaway car. "The Menace of the Monster!", art by Ken Bald; Sun Girl goes to Glenrock Prison and gets an audience to see Warden Lewis; She tells him that he should not release Doctor Drearr as he is a dangerous criminal bent on revenge once released from prison. "The Watch" text story. "Murder Makes a Record!", script by Stan Lee; Miss America is at the police station comparing notes with the chief of police when suddenly they are visited by Lois Anders, a musician who believes that someone it out to kill her. Sun Girl Puzzle Fun activity page. "A Jolt For Johnny!", art by Ken Bald; At a juvenile court, young juvenile delinquent Johnny Murphy is about to be sentenced to reform school when suddenly Sun Girl speaks up in his defense. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.
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Final issue of the series. Cover by Ken Bald. "Bokk the Beast!"; Sun Girl is grabbed by Jon Conelly, the publicity director for Winterfield and Grimes Circus; He explains that he circus is importing Bokk the Beast, a massive gorilla captured in the wilds of Brazil. "Night Of Terror" text story. "The Leap of Doom!"; Sun Girl is at a local observatory looking at Venus; She and Professor White spot Professor Wemblem floating in the sky; White explains to Sun Girl that Wemblem had been experimenting on secret wavelengths; Meanwhile, Peanuts McCoy has robbed a bank and with his new leaping ability is able to escape the authorities with ease. Open letter from Marvel Comics' editorial staff criticizing those attacking comics, to point out the wholesomeness of their own titles, and urging the public to buy them and to keep the critics from taking them away. "The Spoiler!"; The Spoiler, a costumed criminal who has made his career making fools of costumed heroes reads the latest exploits of the Blonde Phantom and decides that she will be the next to be humiliated by the Spoiler. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.