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Comic books September 1941

  • Issue #30
    All American Comics (1939) 30
    12 bids
    Current bid: $306.00
    Time left: 3d 23h 20m
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks; Scratch on front of case; Scratch on back of case
    • Label #0019529010

    Cover art by Howard Purcell. The Bail Bond Racketeers, script by Bill Finger, art by Irwin Hasen [as Mart Nodell]; Irene Miller investigates two crooked bail bondsmen but gets kidnapped once again; However, Green Lantern is also on the case and with Doiby's help saves Irene and provides the police with the evidence they need to put the swindlers away. The Landlord Gets His Just Desserts starring Scribbly and the Red Tornado, script and art by Sheldon Mayer. The Gyrobrake starring Red, White and Blue, script John B. Wentworth, art by Harry Lampert. Hop's New Plane starring Hop Harrigan, script and art by Jon L. Blummer. The Thieves' Convention starring Sargon the Sorcerer, script by John B. Wentworth, art by Howard Purcell. The Reform School Mystery starring The Atom, script by Bill O'Connor, pencils by Ben Flinton, inks by Leonard Sansone. The Coal Mine Cave-In starring Dr. Mid-Nite, script by Charles Reizenstein, art by Stan Aschmeier. Mutt and Jeff strips by Al Smith (as Bud Fisher). 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    All-Flash (1941) 2
    Published Sep 1941 by DC.
    19 bids
    Current bid: $631.00
    Time left: 3d 23h 22m
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1204960001
    • Pieces of tape along spine.

    Written by Gardner F. Fox. Art and cover by Everett E. Hibbard. A hardened criminal, in order to exact revenge upon District Attorney Kelley, who originally sent him to prison, kidnap's the D.A.'s son, raising him and influencing him to believe that the D.A. is his enemy. A Short History of the Flash article. The Flash Presents His Hall of Speed Records; The Flash presents some more speed records, this time by John R. Cobb in his streamlined racer, runner Jesse Owens, N. Y. Yankees pitcher Atley Donald and the London to Glasgow express train. How to Develop Your Speed by The Flash!; Through illustrations, the Flash demonstrates the proper positions a runner must take in order to be successful. Hop Harrigan text story, script by Evelyn Gaines, art by Jon L. Blumme. Butch McLobster story by Ed Wheelan. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    America's Greatest Comics (1941 Fawcett) 1
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    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Amateur cover regloss, color touch, TRIMMED. Interior is complete but first page is glued to front cover; readability is affected.

    Edited by France Herron. Cover by Mac Raboy. Stories by C. C. Beck, Mac Raboy, Phil Bard, Tom McNamara, Charles Sultan, and Don Rico. Super-hero tales of action and adventure starring such characters as Captain Marvel, Bulletman, Minute Man, Spy Smasher, and Mr. Scarlet. 1st time that Fawcett's major super-heroes appear together as a group on a cover. Fawcett's 1st squarebound comic. 100 pages, full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Sep 13 1941
    Argosy Part 4: Argosy Weekly (1929-1943 William T. Dewart) Sep 13 1941
  • Vol. 3 #1
    Astonishing Stories (1940-1943 Fictioneers) Pulp Vol. 3 #1
    • Interior complete. Full length spine split. Front cover missing. Back cover attached.
  • Issue #3
    Banner Comics (1941) 3
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    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing. Interrupts art and story. Full length spine split. Tape on spine.

    Note: issue #3 is the first issue. Untitled story; Captain Courageous starts out stopping kids from bullying a girl and it snowballs into stopping a Nazi invasion of the United States. Untitled story, script by Otto Binder; Lone Warrior enlists in the U.S. Army, is stationed right by the boy's camp where his kid brother goes, and the two join forces to stop saboteurs at the Army base working for the Dictator's Shadow. Untitled story; Tyson Typhoon and the crew of the Sea Lion are transporting a scientist who enemy agents want to kill. Untitled story; Ned and Kay are asked by the American Consul in Mexico City to return diamonds to Brazil, but gangsters have other plans. Capsule biography of Captain Jack Knight, art by Warren Kremer. "Mastermind Payoff" text story by Ralph Powers. Untitled Paul Revere, Jr. story, art by George Wilson; Paul Sr. runs an anti-isolationist newspaper called "America Awake", which draws the ire of a Fifth Column group called The Thorns; Paul Jr. and his friends, Patrick and Betsy, are members of a club with the same name and fight the Thorns. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Big Shot Comics (1940) 17
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.62) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
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    • Puncture through cover and all wraps, does not interrupt art or story.
  • Issue #4
    Blue Bolt Vol. 02 (1941) 4
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    • INCOMPLETE. First page and most of cover missing (half of front cover included).

    Edited by David Adams. Cover by Bob Davis. Stories by Bob Davis, Ray Gill, Paul Gustavson, Bill O'Connor, Ben Flinton, Leonard Sansone, John Daly, Ray Gill, Harold Delay, Henry Kiefer, Alan Mandel, Jack A. Warren, and Malcolm Kildale. Buried Treasure with Dick Cole and Simba Karno; Dick and his pal, Eddie, have a map that tells the location of an old steamer. The Twister In the Everglades featuring The Twister. The Phantom Sub encounters the cruel, vicious Commander Sooka. The path of the White Rider and his great companion, Superhorse, crosses that of a wagon train. The Case of the One-Eyed Cyclops starring Sergeant Spook. 68 pages, $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Blue Ribbon Comics (1939 MLJ) 16
    8 bids
    Current bid: $56.00
    Time left: 3d 23h 34m
    • Cover detached. 4.5" cumulative spine split. Rust/migration, cover oxidation.

    Cover art by Sam Cooper. Created: The Green Ghoul, script by Joe Blair, art by Sam Cooper; A swarm of death-dealing bombers soars towards the capital of Kurtey, and Mr. Justice takes Field Marshal Boering along to let him have a good look at the bombing. The Screen Test Racket starring the dog Rang-A-Tang, script by Joe Blair, art by Ed Smalle. The Confession of Lucky Leonardo starring Fox, script by Joe Blair, art by Warren King. The Kidnapping of King Netto starring Corporal Collins, art by Carl Hubbell [as Hub]. The De Snook Snatch starring Ty-Gor, script by Joe Blair, art by George Storm. The Pinball Evidence starring Inferno, script by Joe Blair, art by Paul Reinman. Scouting Mission On the Suez Canal starring Loop Logan, script by Joe Blair, art by Paul Reinman. The Origin of Captain Flag, script by Joe Blair, art by Lin Streeter. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Bulletman (1941) 2
    Published Sep 1941 by Fawcett.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1053500013

    Stories by Charles Sultan, Tom McNamara, and Carl Formes. Cover by Mac Raboy. Susan, Jim and Sgt. Kent attend the theatre one evening, and when the curtain rises, one the actors is discovered dead. Chubby and his pal play truant from school, avoiding the truant officer at every turn, not realizing school is out for the summer! Some crooks decide to heist the prize Ruby of Ankor, but a dying guard reveals that the ruby and other gems from Ankor were stolen by a limping mummy. A convicted murderer vows death to the judge and members of the jury after his conviction, and his escape from the courtroom worries Bulletman enough to look into the matter. Brute Morgan is tired of other racketeers muscling in on his territory, so he decides to get even with them. Ad for Wow Comics #3 and Captain Marvel Adventures #3. Ad from the publisher for their feature characters in Whiz and Master Comics. 68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 6
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($480.00) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #1273053001

    Cover art by Jack Kirby. "Captain America Battles The Camera Fiend and His Darts of Doom," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky, along with the Sentinels of Liberty face an arch villain who uses his camera that fires poisoned needles at anyone who stands in his way of securing the Crown Jewels arriving in America from England. "Meet the Fang, Arch-Fiend of the Orient," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "The Grim Reaper Deals with Crime starring Father Time," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Al Avison, inks by Al Gabriele; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "The Strange Case of Captain America and The Hangman: Who Killed Doctor Vordoff," script and pencils by Simon and Kirby, inks by Simon; Cap and Bucky battle against the evil Fang and Baron Nushima, who seek to prevent two emissaries from China from obtaining money loans from the American government. "Trap For a Traitor" text story, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon. Marvel Mystery #23 ad. "The Engine of Destruction," script by Lee; While searching for a story on the outskirts of London, Jerry Hunter runs across a mysterious factory, where a secret weapon is supposedly being produced; Knowing that the owner was a former Fascist, he investigates the place and discovers it to be a Nazi stronghold. Sentinels of Liberty Secret Club News. Untitled Hurricane Master of Speed story, script by Lee, art by Charles Nicholas; Hurricane is traveling the streets of New York seeking lodging for the night, but a small girl warns him not to seek a room at a near-by boarding house since two mysterious murders have occurred there. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 3 #2
    Captain Future (1940-1944 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 3 #2
    • 2 1/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Fall 1941. Cover by George J. Rozen. Stories by Edmond Hamilton ("The Lost World of Time"), Laurence Manning, Frank Belknap Long, and William Morrison. 6.75-in. x 9.75-in.; black and white; 128 newsprint pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #4
    Catman Comics (1941) 4
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Tape on interior cover.
    • Label #0301384004
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.86) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Reproduction front cover included. Brittle edges.

    Cover by Charles Quinlan. Stories and art by Charles Quinlan, Ray Willner, Edward Lipowski, Saul Rosen and Al Ulmer. Sometimes listed as Cat-Man Comics Vol. 1 #9. The adventures of Cat-Man and other early superheroes from the Golden Age of comics Cat-Man's alter ego David Merryweather is marked for death after he threatens to reveal the names of the Nazi-affiliated Swastika Council. Dr. Diamond tracks a mysterious zeppelin that is destroying buildings with artificial lightning. Dean Denton is a reformed burglar who becomes the crime-fighting Deacon to make up for his past misdeeds. Working out of a church, he tries to prevent ex-con Johnny from resuming his life of crime and corrupting his young brother. Cat-Man; Blaze Baylor and the Arson Ring; The Deacon; Dr. Diamond; Lucky Landers; Freddie's Match; Hurricane Harrigan; Rag Man; Devil Dogs; Pied Piper; Lance Rand. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Colonial News 6
    Published Sep 1941 by V.S. Fox.

    Trade publication for magazine wholesalers. Contains news about Swank Magazine, V-Comics, and Columbia Pictures having purchased the rights to The Blue Beetle. Ads for V-Comics, and Colonial News Co. featuring cover logos to a number of comics. Tabloid newspaper format; 11 x 14; black and white, 4 pages.

  • Issue #1
    Doll Man Quarterly (1941 Quality) 1
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($14.85) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
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    • Cover coming loose at staples, sticker on front cover.

    "Phantom Swordsman"; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) battles The Phantom Duelist (Steve Morton). Gags humor page with Poison Ivy by Gill Fox. "The Vulture"; Doll Man battles the winged villain The Vulture. The Laugh Parade humor page by Tony Di Preta. "Origin of Justin Wright," script and art by George Brenner (as Wayne Reid); Justin receives a telegram summoning him to the offices of Cronin, Fox and DiPreta, where Cronin informed Wright, because it was his 26th birthday, he stood to inherit his parents' fortune; At his boyhood home, while going through some of his parents' possessions, he discovers a red scarf that belonged to his mother; From that moment on, he wears that scarf and a blue suit, vowing to avenge his parents' murder as Just 'N' Right. "The Framing of Joe Davis"; Doll Man vs. Slats and his gang. "Black Gold"; Doll Man vs. Prof. Weezel. "Red Light of Doom" text story by Robert M. Hyatt. "The Black Gondolier"; Doll Man battles The Black Gondolier. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 2 #3
    Exciting Western (1940-1953 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 2 #3
    • 1" Cumulative spine split.
  • Issue #48
    Feature Comics (1939) 48
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    Cover art by Reed Crandall (?). "Trouble in South America," script by William Erwin Maxwell, art by Reed Crandall; Doll Man (Darrel Dane) vs. Ernst Muller, Hermann and un-named Nazis. "The Feast of Azoga," art by Max Elkan; Samar vs. The Wambu chief and a trader. "Duel of the Ghosts" starring Zero, Ghost Detective, script by Toni Blum, art by Al Bryant. "Lighthouse of Doom" starring Dusty Dane, script and art by Vernon Henkel. "Masquerade of Treason," art by Maurice Gutwirth; The son of the Commanding General at Fort Maxon is discovered by USA to be aiding and abetting a group of criminals with guns and ammunition. "Arson at Settler's Valley" starring Reynolds of the Mounted, art by Art Pinajian. "Telltale Tunnel" starring Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy, script and art by Harry Campbell. "The Transvestite Bandit" starring The Fargo Kid, art by Alex Koda. Untitled Mickey Finn story, script and art by Lank Leonard. "The Refugee Teacher," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. Hans and his spy ring. "The Vanishing Planes" starring Spin Shaw, art by Clark Williams. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Flash Comics (1940 DC) 21
    Published Sep 1941 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Scuffing on back of case
    • From the personal collection of Frank Brunner.
    • Label #5214C7-024

    Flash stars in "The Lottery," written by Gardner Fox, art by Harold Wilson Sharp. Also includes: Les Sparks, Radio Amateur in "The Adventure of the Phantom Churchyard" by Don Cameron; Johnny Thunder in "Johnny Joins the Rodeo" by John B. Wentworth and Stan Aschmeier; The Whip in "Blackmail" by Wentworth and Homer Fleming; King in "The Apartment Robbers" by Fox and Harry Lampert; "Super-Crime" by Ed Wheelan; and Hawkman in "Menace from Space" by Fox and Sheldon Moldoff. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 22 #1
    G-Men Detective (1935-1953 Standard Magazines) Pulp Vol. 22 #1
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing ad page, does not interrupt art or story. Full length spine split. Front cover detached(taped).
  • 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 #65
    King Comics (1936) 65
    • Centerfold detached.

    Cover by Joe Musial. Edited by Ruth Plumly Thompson (sometimes credited as Jo King). Stories and art by William Ritt, Clarence Gray, Fran Striker, Brandon Walsh, Nicholas Afonsky, Carl Anderson, Jack Burnley, R. J. Scott, Eddie Sullivan, Charlie Schmidt, Lee Falk, Phil Davis, Tom Sims, Bela Zaboly, George McManus, Otto Soglow, Eddie Rickenbacker, Clayton Knight, Charles Flanders, Ruth Plumly Thompson, Frank Miller, Don Moore and Alex Raymond. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay presents an anthology series featuring reprints of King Features Syndicate comic strips. Mandrake the Magician discovers a mysterious magnetic island and its population of desperate castaways; The Phantom helps a man framed for murder. Brick Bradford; The Lone Ranger; The Phantom; Little Annie Rooney; Henry; Sport Features; Scott's Scrapbook; Hall of Fame of the Air; Sentinel Louie; Radio Patrol; Mandrake the Magician; Thimble Theatre; Flash Gordon; Bringing Up Father; The Little King; Barney Baxter in the Air; Sappo; Stamps: The Battle of Blood River; Private Buck; Seeress of Saucerville. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Sep 15 1941
    Life (1936) Sep 15 1941
    Life (1936) Sep 15 1941
    Published Sep 1941 by Clair Maxwell.
    • Water damage and rusty staples.

    September 15, 1941. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: aircraft carrier "Illustrious"; Doris Blake; conquest in Yugoslavia; child art; baseball's curved balls; aviation company Curtiss-Wright; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 124 pages. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Magic Comics (1939) 26
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
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    Cover by Joe Musial. Edited by Margery McKay (sometimes credited as G. Whiz). Stories and art by Lee Falk, Phil Davis, Feg Murray, Clayton Knight, H. H. Knerr, Fran Striker, Charles Flanders, Robert Storm, Mel Graff, Thornton W. Burgess, Carl Anderson, Edwina Dumm, Chic Young, Bob Dunn, Frank Miller, Joe Musial, Billy DeBeck, Jimmy Thompson, Eugene L. Pollack, Tom Sims, and Bela Zaboly. Lee Falk's adventurer Mandrake the Magician gets top billing in this anthology series featuring reprints of King Features Syndicate comic strips. The first cover appearance of a Dagwood sandwich; Mandrake battles the spy network known as The Octopus Ring. Mandrake the Magician; Jan and Aloysius; Seein' Stars; The Romance of Flying; Bunky; Dollar-A-Dither; The Lone Ranger; Secret Agent X-9; Little Nature Stories; Henry; Little Acorns; Popeye; Barney Baxter; Blondie; Indian Lore; Tippie and Cap Stubbs; Dinglehoofer. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) 23
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    • INCOMPLETE. First wrap missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. Sub-Mariner Comics 2 ad. "Highway of Mystery" starring The Human Torch, story and art by Carl Burgos; N-4, a Nazi saboteur, has infiltrated the Topper Tank factory as an executive secretary; She has her men build a hideout above a superhighway so that she can drop a ramp to capture experimental models of a new tank during transit. She is finally unmasked by the Torch and Toro. "The Case of the Vanishing Convicts!", script and art by Bill Everett; Namor has to overcome a mad scientist who is trying to create a race of evil Sub-Mariners to war against America! Patriot untitled story, script by Ray Gill, art by Art Gates; The Patriot puts an end to the murderous activity of a self-confessed Bundsman, who wanted to end a play that was anti-Nazi. "The Vision Speaks" text story, script by Stan Lee. The Vision untitled story, script by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; The Vision comes to Earth to investigate the sacrificing of humans to the mysterious Kai-Mak, the Shark-God. Ka-Zar the Great untitled story, art by Ben Thompson; Ka-Zar ends his battle with the Nazis, who are attempting to establish an air base in the African jungle. "The Mystery of the Green Diamond" starring Terry Vance, script by Ray Gill, art by Bob Oksner; Terry and Deadline are invited to a swanky party thrown by the mayor, then must investigate the disappearance of the green diamond necklace worn by the mayor's wife. Angel untitled story, art by Paul Gustavson; The Angel is at Inferno Isle and discovers that the Temple of Fire located there is masking a secret Nazi base. Human Torch Comics ad. 68 pages. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #71
    More Fun Comics (1935) 71
    Published Sep 1941 by DC.

    Cover by Howard Sherman. "The Reluctant Bridegroom," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Bernard Baily; The Spectre has to protect a bride and groom from a jealous suitor. "Radio Bandits," starring Detective Sergeant Carey, script and art by Joe Donohoe. "The Riddle of the Crying Clown," starring Johnny Quick, script by Mort Weisinger. "Theft of the Priceless Paintings," starring the Radio Squad, art by Chad Grothkopf. "Murder Is a By-Word," starring Clip Carson, art by George Papp. "The Resort Mystery," starring Captain Desmo, art by Cliff Young. Untitled Sergeant O'Malley of the Red Coat Patrol story, art by Jack Lehti. "The Great Drought," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Howard Sherman; Dr. Fate investigates a weird villain who can stop the Earth's rotation and even draw it into the Sun! 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Mystery Men Comics (1939) 26
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    • INCOMPLETE. First wrap missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Cover by Chuck Cuidera. Stories by Al Weine and Nathaniel Nitkin. Art by Charles Nicholas, Carl Hubbell, and Jack Camden. An anthology of Golden Age adventure comics from Fox Feature, including the original Blue Beetle. The Blue Beetle is tracking a murderer, but his secret identity Dan is framed for the murder instead; The Green Mask battles the mysterious Manx; Private O'Hara and his sidekick Squirt are sent to aid British troops stranded by storms in the Sudan. Mystery At the Fromme Mansion; Mission To the Sudan; Desert Saga; Menace of the Manx; The Toy Company Spies; Corpse On a Log; Lesson For a Traitress; Meet Mortimer; Stage Set For Murder. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Pep Comics (1940-1987 Archie) 19
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    • Tape over missing pieces of cover, staples added (not manufacturing).

    Cover art by Irv Novick. Untitled The Shield story, script by Harry Shorten, art by Irv Novick; The head of the War Bond sales department is found hanged in his office. Untitled story, art by George Storm; An inmate of the state insane asylum bolts from his room and escapes. Untitled Danny In Wonderland story, script by Harry Shorten, art by Lin Streeter; Danny and Kupkake are prisoners of Pascha, and Kupkake offers to find mushrooms for the sultan if he sets them free. Untitled Sergeant Boyle story, art by Carl Hubbell; Barrage balloons over Battersea are shot down by saboteurs. Untitled story, art by Paul Reinman; Fireball joins the fire department. Untitled Madam Satan story, art by Harry Lucey; George spreads the belief among the villagers that Nita, the wife of his cousin, is a vampire. Untitled Kayo Ward story, script by Harry Shorten, art by George Storm; A doctor tries to convince people in a small town in Oklahoma to take anti-cholera injections. "The Case of the Witch's Curse," script by Joe Blair, art by Paul Reinman; Bentley is in dreadful danger as a witch is after him to kill him. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Pocket Comics (1941) 2
    • Moderate professional restoration
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Professional Restoration includes: small amount of color touch on cover, tear seals to cover, cover reinforced and cover cleaned.
    • Label #349-AB-001

    Stories and art by Pierce Rice, Charles Sultan, Art Helfant, Al Gabriele and A. W. Nugent. Harvey's first series paved the way for future digest-sized comics, and featured early female superhero Black Cat among other adventurers. Stripe-wearing superhero the Zebra targets criminals who are victimizing panhandlers. Ancient Egyptian mage Amron, revived in modern times as the Phantom Sphinx, wages a wizard battle against a fakir who works for the Viper. British actor and undercover secret agent Alan Douglas helps Yugoslavia battle Nazi infiltration in the early days of WWII. Cover may be the work of comics legends Bob Powell or Joe Simon; pseudonyms in the credits include "Ellery King" and (for British Agent 99) "Wm. Churchill Jr." Cadet Blakely, Spirit of 76, Battles Satan, Lord of Evil; Red Blazer; Zebra; Black Cat; The Black Cat and the Doomed Orphans; Spin Hawkins; Private Pinky; Phantom Sphinx; British Agent 99. 5-in. x 8-in., 100 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #67
    Popular Comics (1936) 67
    Published Sep 1941 by Dell.
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing pieces, interrupts art or story.

    The Gumps, Professor Supermind and Son, the Hurricane Kids, Gang Busters, the Voice, Smilin' Jack, Wally Williams, the Marvel Man, Gasoline Alley, and the Masked Pilot. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Prize Comics (1940) 14
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    • 2-1/2" spine tear from top of comic, cover detached, small lateral spine tear.

    Cover art by Jack Binder. Untitled stories starring Black Owl (script by Otto Binder, art by Jack Binder), Dr. Frost (art by Ben Thompson), Ted O'Neil, Yank and Doodle (art by Paul Norris), Frankenstein (script and art by Dick Briefer), Green Lama (script by Ken Crossen, art by Charles Sultan), Twist Turner (art by Irving Roir, Al Ross, Ben Roth, and Salo Roth), and Power Nelson (art by Paul Norris as Roy Paul). $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #233
    Readers Digest (1922) 233

    Reader's Digest Vol. 39 Issue # 233 (1941) is published by The Reader's Digest Association. Articles from Harper's, the New Republic, Atlantic, Forbes, Life, the N.Y. Times Magazine, the New Yorker, and more. Topics include watch repairmen scams, divorce, pro-American radio in Europe, teen-age inventors, Marxism in America, and more. 192 pages, mostly text (with a few spot illustrations), 5.5-in x 7.5.

  • Issue #1
    Real Heroes (1942) 1
    • Cover detached. 7 1/4" Cumulative spine split.
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    The Most Important Man on Earth featuring Franklin D. Roosevelt. Heroine of the Battle of Monmouth featuring Molly Pitcher. White Raja : The First White Ruler of Sarawak featuring James Brooke. Ace of Aces featuring Edward Vernon Rickenbacker. He Ought to Get a Medal text article. The French Cavalier who First Explored the Mississippi featuring La Salle. Angel of Hull House featuring Jane Addams. Everyday Hero featuring George Hicks. The Man Who Wouldn't Be Licked featuring Theodore Rosen. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Samson (1940 Fox) 6
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    • INCOMPLETE. First wrap and centerfold missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Art by Alex Blum and others. A strongman superhero from Fox Feature, descended from the Biblical Samson and sharing his weakness: having his hair cut. Investigating saboteurs dressed as US soldiers, Samson meets his artist friend J. Rembrandt Speedball for the first time; Samson rips the top off a mountain to repair a sabotaged dam; To prevent a dangerous fire from spreading through the city, Samson rips up several city blocks and hurls them into the river. Saboteurs in Uniform; The Sons of Destiny; Death At the Hotel Metropole; The Dragon Strikes Back; Dirk Delancey; Flight Rivalry; The Topper; Peg Miller. Final issue of the series. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 2 #6
    Science Fiction (1939-1941 Blue Ribbon/Columbia) Pulp Vol. 2 #6
    • Interior complete. Full length spine split. Front cover missing with back cover attached.

    Volume 2, Issue 6 - September 1941. Science Fiction and adventure stories pulp magazine. Cover by Frank R. Paul. "Lunar Concession" by Thronton Ayre. Other stories by Wienbaum, Repp, Hawkins, and Hamilton. 7-in. x 10-in., 130 pages, Text Cover price $0.15.

  • Vol. 25 #3
    Sky Fighters (1932-1950 Standard) Pulp Vol. 25 #3
    • 6" Cumulative spine split. 1" Side edge tear through entire book.
  • Sep 10 1941
    Spirit Weekly Newspaper Comic (1940-1952) Sep 10 1941
    • Centerfold detached.

    Spirit Weekly Newspaper Comic Insert. 7-1/2 x 10 inches, 16 pages, full color, all newsprint with no slick cover.

  • Vol. 6 #2
    Startling Stories (1939-1955 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 6 #2
    • 1" spine split from top of comic.
    • .5" Cumulative spine split. Tape on interior of cover.

    Sept 1941. Cover by Rudolph Belarski. Stories by John C. Burroughs and Hulbert Burroughs, A. Rowley Hilliard, Frank Belknap Long, and Robert Moore Williams. 6.75-in. x 9.75-in.; black and white; 128 pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #410907
    Sunday Times Comic Section 410907
    Published Sep 1941

    September 7, 1941. The first page of the comic section of the Sunday Times, "Chicago's Picture Newspaper," features a full-page Superman comic strip (credited to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). Strip # 97. Lois gets kidnapped again! (Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48 on the other side of the page.) 9.25 in. x 14.25 in.; color. Cover price $0.05.

  • Issue #410914
    Sunday Times Comic Section 410914
    Published Sep 1941

    September 14, 1941. The first page of the comic section of the Sunday Times, "Chicago's Picture Newspaper," features a full-page Superman comic strip (credited to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). Strip # 98. Clark Kent seeks Lois's kidnappers! (Dan Dunn, Secret Operative 48 on the other side of the page.) 9.25 in. x 14.25 in.; color. Cover price $0.05.

  • Issue #40
    Super Comics (1938) 40
    • Staple rust with migration.
    • Cover detached and re-adhered with tape, centerfold detached at one staple.

    Stories by Chester Gould, Walter Berndt, Richard Fletcher, Stanley Link, Frank Willard, Ed Leffingwell, Harold Gray, Martin Branner, Carl Ed, Ken Ernst, Ed Moore, and Milt Caniff. Strips include Dick Tracy, Smitty, Jim Ellis, Tiny Tim, Moon Mullins, Little Joe, Little Orphan Annie, Winnie Winkle, Harold Teen, Magic Morro, Jack Wander War Correspondent, and Terry and the Pirates.68 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Superman (1939 1st Series) 12
    • Trimmed
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Other - see grading notes
    • Restoration includes: right edge trimmed. Minor side edge cracks and scratching to front of slab.
    • Label #851-AF-001
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    • Conserved
    • Paper: Off white
    • Conservation includes: piece re-attached, tear seals to cover, cover reinforced.
    • Label #2058012001
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    • INCOMPLETE. Missing centerfold, affects art and story.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($5.85) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • INCOMPLETE. Missing first wrap and a portion of last page, affects art and story.

    Cover art by Fred Ray. Untitled Superman story, script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Joe Shuster (layouts) and Leo Nowak [as Shuster]; For doing such a great job, Lois and Clark are given a cruise vacation aboard the "Grenodier", where they meet Nan Wilson, who has inherited Pogo Island. Supermen of America info. Untitled Superman story, script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Leo Nowak [as Joe Shuster]; After investigating three mysterious deaths, Clark Kent writes an article on the deaths, which he believes are actually murders. Kid Stuff page by Henry Boltinoff. Safe Job text story by Roger Forrest. Promotional ad for World's Finest Comics #2, More Fun Comics #70, Detective Comics #54, All-American Comics #29, Adventure Comics #65, Flash Comics #20, and Action Comics #39. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4109
    Theatre Arts Monthly (1938) 4109

    Theatre Arts Monthly (September, 1941). TAM is legendary for its thorough and insightful coverage of the stage, both in American and England. Less well-known is the fact that TAM also provided some outstanding coverage of motion pictures. 1916-1941 Motion Picture Special Issue. 8.5-in. x 11-in., printed on a nice heavy stock. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #20
    Thrilling Comics (1940-51 Better/Nedor/Standard) 20
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    • First two wraps split, pages are brittle.

    Cover by Max Plaisted. Edited by Ned Pines. Stories by Richard Hughes, Max Plaisted, Kin Platt, George Mandel, Ed Wexler, Chuck Stanley, and John Daly. Chock full of action and adventure, these are Thrilling Comics! 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Uncle Sam Quarterly (1941) 1
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($39.75) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #0047811003

    Edited by Ed Cronin. Action packed, patriotic stories starring Uncle Sam, the great American hero in a top hat. "Forged Faces," pencils by Will Eisner (page 1 Splash page) and Dan Zolnerowich (pages 2-14), inks by Lou Fine; When Senator Bristol forces a "Youth Taining Bill" through Congress, children across the nation were herded into near slavery; Bristol then kidnapped the President and intended to assassinate his detractors in order to pass other Fascist laws; In time, they recruited Buddy and Uncle Sam was powerless to save him. "The King of Crime," script by Will Eisner, splash page pencils by Eisner; Doctors Link and Blink bring King Killer back to life... a man nigh unstoppable, with fangs and fearsome strength; In a protracted battle with Uncle Sam, Killer was finally brought down. "Uncle Sam a Fake," script by Will Eisner, art by Dan Zolnerowich. "The Man Who Sold His Country," script by Will Eisner, pencils by Will Eisner (page 1 plash page) and Dan Zolnerowich (pages 2-10); Uncle Sam vs. Horatio Brown and the Devil. "The Mad Poet, or, Uncle Sam Battles Inky Pinky Omblagoo Folder Dobble Bottlepoo," script by Will Eisner, art by Dave Berg; Uncle Sam vs. The Mad Poet; Story all told in verse. "The Steel Helmets," script by Will Eisner, pencils by Will Eisner (page 1 splash page) and Dan Zolnerowich (pages 2-16), inks by Lou Fine (splash page); As steel-helmeted invaders took over America, Uncle Sam, because people had stopped cheering for him and he lost his strength, fell ill and disappeared completely, finding himself in another world where he was told the only way back was to fight through "swamps of ignorance and of jungles of lies"; Introduction of The Uncle Sam Club. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 36 #1
    Weird Tales (1923-1954 Popular Fiction) Pulp 1st Series Vol. 36 #1
    • Page color is off-white.

    Sept 1941. Cover by Margaret Brundage. Horror and supernatural stories by Robert Bloch, Seabury Quinn. Illustrations by Hannes Bok. 6 3/4-in. x 10-in.; black and white; 128 newsprint pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #21
    Whiz Comics (1940) 21
    Published Sep 1941 by Fawcett.
    • Centerfold detached.
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    • Cover and centerfold detached, heavy water damage, staple rust with migration.

    Cover by C. C. Beck. "The Vengeful Four," art by C. C. Beck; Three young men from different areas of the country (Texas, the Ozarks, and Brooklyn), all named Billy Batson, were reading Captain Marvels comic book adventures and happened to wonder if saying "Shazam" would work for them as well; As it happened, Tall Billy, Hill Billy, and Fat Billy were captured, along with the real Billy, by Sivana and his gang. "The Railroad Wreckers" starring Golden Arrow. "Crew of Criminals" starring Lance O'Casey. "Blitzing the Blitzys" starring Spy Smasher, art by Charles Sultan: vs. Otto Bund and Blitzys. "Death to the Traitor" text story, art by Carl Formes (as LaRac Semrof). "The Vital Defense Plans" starring Dan Dare. "Dr. Voodoo's Revenge," art by Mac Raboy; Hal and Nero escape from the giants and begin a long climb up a cliff face. "The Coming of Half-Man" starring Ibis the Invincible; vs. Half-Man. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Wonderworld Comics (1939) 29
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    • Interior is complete. Cover is detached and completely split, adhered with tape. 3 1/2" tear in front cover covered with tape. First wrap completely split.
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    • INCOMPLETE. 13th and 20th pages missing. Interrupts art and story.

    Flame story starring Hans and other spies. Dr. Fung story starring Lucius Vickers. U. S. Jones story, script by Bob Farrow, art by Louis Cazeneuve. Yarko story starring Bulmer Bugg. Vanishing Messerschmitts text story by Nathaniel Nitkin (N. N. Nathaniel). Patty O'Day story starring Drake, art by Claire Moe. Spark Stevens story. Lu-Nar story. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    World's Finest (1941) 3
    Published Sep 1941 by DC.
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Small piece missing from every page, does not affect art.
    • Label #A5F7DD-004

    Cover art by Fred Ray. The Case of the Death Express, script by Jerry Siegel, art by Leo Nowak [as Joe Shuster]; Clark Kent [a.k.a. Superman] investigates a series of railroad accidents that turn out to be anything BUT accidental! The Adventure of the Informer starring Red, White and Blue, art by Howard Purcell. The Adventure of the Uncut Diamonds starring The Crimson Avenger, script by Jack Lehti, art by Paul Norris. The Story of the Man Who Couldn't Lose starring Johnny Thunder, script by John B. Wentworth, art by Stan Aschmeier. The Case of the Missing Millionaire starring Young Doc Davis, script and art by Henry Boltinoff. Magic Casts Its Vote starring Zatara, script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Joseph Sulman. Crime Visits the Opera starring The Sandman, pencils by Creig Flessel, inks by Chad Grothkopf. The Case of the Counterfeit Food Tickets starring The King, script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Harry Lampert. The Panama Canal Mystery starring Lando, Man of Magic, art by Howard Purcell. Riddle of the Human Scarecrow! starring Batman and Robin, script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (signed) and Jerry Robinson (on secondary figures only), inks by George Roussos. 100 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #1
    Yankee Comics (1941) 1
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #1502779001

    Yankee Doodle Jones and Dandy in "The Case of the Strangling Hair," the Echo (with Dr. Doom--not the Marvel villain), the Firebrand, Scarlet Sentry, Black Satan, the Enchanted Dagger, Nemo in Slumberland, and Sergeant Steele. Packaged by Harry A. Chesler Features Syndicate; no art credits are listed, but the work is similar to that produced by the Eisner & Iger Studio (Lou Fine, Will Eisner, et al.). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Zip Comics (1940) 18
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    • Paper: Slightly britle
    • Cover detached.
    • Label #2030552008
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    • INCOMPLETE. Back cover and pieces of last two pages missing, affects Zambini story. Front cover held on with tape and extra staples, spine area of front cover reinforced with glued paper. Tape on interior front cover, a few pieces throughout interior.
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    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split, cover detached. Tearing and staining throughout interior.

    Edited by Harry Shorten. Cover art by Irv Novick. "Mystery At El Rancho Domo," script by Joe Blair, art by Irv Novick; The cruise ship carrying Doctor Cummings and his daughter is torpedoed by an unidentified submarine. "The Dog and the Dispatch," art by Lin Streeter; Captain Valor is recruiting new Marines. "The Saloon Girl and the Train Robbers," art by Frank Volp; An armored payroll truck is robbed by masked men, and the man behind it is a gambler. "Murder By Telephone," script by Joe Blair, art by Paul Reinman; Reagan is called to the mansion of Tennyson to investigate two murders; Both are killed by electric shock. "The Magic Picture Book," script and art by Louis Golden; Dicky finds a magic picture book in the Magic Forest. "The Revenge of Captain Schlitz," script by Joe Blair, art by Ed Smalle; The German pilot, Captain Schlitz, challenges either of the Devil Twins to single combat at dawn. "Meet Wilbur," script by Harvey Willard, art by Lin Streeter; Wilbur is told by his father to control his temper. "The Murdering Matador," script by Harry Shorten, art by Paul Reinman; Zambini is in Mexico and witnesses a murder in the bull fighting arena. Shield pin-up by Irv Novick. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.