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Arrow (1940 Centaur) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Arrow (1940 Centaur) 1

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    Cover by Bob Lubbers. Untitled story, script and art by Paul Gustavson; The Boss kidnaps the District Attorney, primarily because he was tough on his boys over the years, and intends on rubbing him out.....until the Arrow steps in. "Daring Escape," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Bendix and a group of criminals escape from the State Penitentiary and head for the city where they hope to track down the Judge that sent them up the river. "Dragon's Face Bank Robbers," script and art by Paul Gustavson; The Dragon's Face Gang has robbed the National Bank and are making their getaway, but hot on their trail is the Arrow, who stifles their flight to South America and into the hands of the Coast Guard. "Killer Hogan" starring Dan Savage of the Mounted, script and art by John F. Kolb. "Signals in the Sky," script and art by Martin Filchock; A pair of thugs kidnap a young boy, but the boy uses his talents and intellect to find a way to tip off Rip Burns of his peril by the use of a kite and Morse Code. "The Poison of the Jungle Flower," script and art by Claire S. Moe; A film director, getting ready to take his cast to Africa to film a movie, is notified that a crystal gazer that was performing at his home died in the middle of a séance. "Death from the Skies" starring Terry Conaway, art by Harold Hughes. Plus other stories. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Arrow (1940 Centaur) 2

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    Cover by Bob Lubbers. Untitled story, script and art by Bob Lubbers; A crime boss has a great idea on how to make some easy, sure loot: follow thieves to their hideout, fire arrows into the place (making them think the Arrow was on to them), and when the crooks clear out, they enter and take the lucre! Untitled story, script and art by Paul Gustavson; On the eve of the murder trial of a gangster named Marcus, reporter Benson gets a warning from Marcus' gang not to testify against their boss.......or else. Untitled story, script and art by Paul Gustavson; The Department of Sanitation ignores a demand for $1 million, else the city's water supply will be poisoned, and the crime is carried out. "The Headless Horseman Rides Again," script and art by Martin Filchock; It seems the Headless Horseman has been up to no good, killing people, burning down a town and more, but Betty will believe none of it, even after the Horseman apparently robs the stagecoach she is riding in. "Speedway of Death!" starring Larry Kane, The Adventure Hunter, art by Steve Dahlman. Untitled Lieutenant Lank story, art by Paul J. Lauretta. Untitled story, art by Al Micale; Bill enters Mexico, hot on the trail of cattle rustlers, and promptly saves the life of the son of a wealthy ranch owner. Plus other stories. Brief illustrated biography of Robin Hood. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Arrow (1940 Centaur) 3

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    Cover by Paul Gustavson. Untitled story, script and art by Bob Lubbers; The Arrow assists British agent B-12 and Jane, his assistant, in tracking down how vital military information is being sent to Gestapo agent, Lord Hawford. Untitled story, script and art by Dan Gormley; Kelo becomes the King of Balkania after a ruthless dictator murders his father, and that dictator, Carnov, has Kelo in his sights as his next victim. Untitled story, script by Ed Herron, art by Al Plastino; Inspired by a comic book he has read, Jim Travis decides to take up a bizarre mantle and fight crime. Untitled story, art by Harry Francis Campbell (as Harrison Camp); Young Dash Dartwell, a scrub track athlete for Dravrah University, agrees to take Metalo-Tablets, invented by Professor Moss, a bio-chemistry teacher at the college, to see what effects it would have on the human body. "The Case of the Vanishing Thugs," art by Steve Dahlman; Randall saves the life of a reporter who had witnessed a bank robbery, who was then captured by the thugs and finally locked in a room to which they set afire. "He Foils a Plot At the Panama Canal," art by Ralph Fuller; Arriving back from the Panama Canal region, Duke is informed that foreign planes are arriving at a base in the South American city of Andesia, and he is ordered to head for Andesia to look the situation over. Untitled story, art by Paul Gustavson; The Arrow happens to be passing Eastern Prison just as a prison break occurs, so he secretly enters and puts an end to the up-rising. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.