Flashback 12: New York Worlds Fair (1939/1970) comic books
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The 12th issue of the Flashback reprint series presents New York World's Fair Comics, originally published in 1939 by Fawcett Publications. Cover art by Vincent Sullivan and Fred Guardineer (head shots). "Superman at the World's Fair," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; Lois and Clark are assigned to cover the Fair, but after Lois is kidnapped, Superman has to take over, both to rescue her from a wanted criminal and make sure the Fair is covered properly for the paper. Fairs 1851-1939 illustration by Sheldon Moldoff. "Chuck Warren Goes to the New York World's Fair," script and art by Tom Hickey; Chuck and his college teammates have earned the right to compete in the mile relay at the Fair, but they go through hair-raising adventures even before they arrive! "Hanko Goes to the World's Fair 3000 Miles by Horseback," art by Creig Flessel. History of the New York World's Fair 1939 article, art by Creig Flesse. "Butch the Pup at the New York's World Fair," script and art by Fred Schwab; Butch is at the World's Fair and suffers through a series of mis-adventures looking for food. "Ginger Snap at the New York World's Fair," art by Bob Kane. Untitled Scoop Scanlon, Five Star Reporter story, script and art by Bill Ely; vs. Bronson and Mr. Luisetti. "A Day at the World's Fair," art by Creig Flessel; Uncle George takes Jim and Jane to many of the Fair's exhibits, giving them helpful information along the way. "Slam Bradley at the World's Fair," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Joe Shuster; After rounding up a gang of tough thugs, Slam is given a $1000 reward, so he decides that he and Shorty will visit the World's Fair as a part of a well-deserved vacation. Untitled story, script by Gardner F. Fox (as Larry Dean), art by Bert Christman; The Sandman (Wesley Dodds) vs. Evarts and spies. "The World's Fair Exhibit," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Fred Guardineer; Zatara vs. Hu Song. 68-pages, full color cardstock covers, 7-3/4-in. x 10-3/8-in. black-and-white interior on white paper stock, saddle-stitched binding. Cover price $3.00.