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V Comics (1942) comic books

  • Issue #1
    V Comics (1942) 1
    Published Jan 1942 by Fox.

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    Stories by Jay Foster and others. Art by Ramona Patenaude, Mark Howell, John Owen and Dennis O'Casey. Cover by Ramona Patenaude. World War II-era patriotic heroics from Fox Feature, inspired by the V for Victory campaign of the time. Killed by Nazis, American soldier Jerry Steele is revived by folk magic and the mystical V Pledge to fight on as V-Man, aided by teen sidekicks the V-Boys on his ring radio; The Black Fury, who resembles The Black Terror, battles cocaine smugglers; A vengeful American joins the French Resistance during Nazi occupation. Featuring art and a cover by Ramona Patenaude, one of the few female artists of the time. V-Boys Fight To Win; The Tube of the Creeping Death; Black Fury: The Cocaine Concentrate Case; Ten Thousand Volts; V-Agents: The True Story of Jean Hopper, V-Agent 13; Queen of Evil: The Salvation of Dr. Redder; Banshee: The Crimson Abbot. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    V Comics (1942) 2
    Published Mar 1942 by Fox.

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    Stories by Jay Foster and others. Art by Ramona Patenaude, Mark Howell, Warren King and Dennis O'Casey. Cover by Ramona Patenaude. World War II-era patriotic heroics from Fox Feature, inspired by the V for Victory campaign of the time. Ginger and V-Man undertake a dangerous assignment in the Free French colony of Dakra, but the Nazis recognize Ginger; A magical ruby brings the evil Athor back to life; The Banshee intervenes when a wealthy man's heirs dishonor his last wishes. Featuring art and a cover by Ramona Patenaude, one of the few female artists of the time. V-Man: Horror of the Dungeons; The Black Fury; Radio Roundup (text story); The V-Agents of Liberty; The Queen of Evil; The Banshee: Cursed Wealth; Yank Wilson. Final issue of the series. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.