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Comic books November 1941

  • Vol. 172 #2
    Love Story Magazine (1921-1954 Street and Smith/Popular) Pulp Vol. 172 #2

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  • Vol. 172 #3
    Love Story Magazine (1921-1954 Street and Smith/Popular) Pulp Vol. 172 #3

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  • Vol. 172 #4
    Love Story Magazine (1921-1954 Street and Smith/Popular) Pulp Vol. 172 #4

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  • Vol. 172 #5
    Love Story Magazine (1921-1954 Street and Smith/Popular) Pulp Vol. 172 #5

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  • Vol. 172 #6
    Love Story Magazine (1921-1954 Street and Smith/Popular) Pulp Vol. 172 #6

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  • Issue #28
    Magic Comics (1939) 28

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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. Mandrake tries to warn a disbelieving shipyards manager as the Octopus puts his plan into action; Jimmy Thompson's Indian Lore presents concepts in Native American culture. 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 #1
    Man of War (1941) 1
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    Man of War, Vapo Man, Dopey Day, Red Riley, the Sentinel, Fire-Man, Dave Doolittle the Dizzy Detective, and the Liberty Guards (Franklin D. Roosevelt cameo). Gustavson cover/art. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) 25

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    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. All Winners Comics ad. "The King Crime Syndicate" starring The Human Torch, story and art by Carl Burgos; A numbers gangster decides to move into healthcare by kidnapping pharmacists and forcing them to create black market drugs; He shoots one of them at the hospital when he protests and he throws another into a vat of acid in his hideout chemical lab when the man refuses to produce drugs that are dangerous to people. Sub-Mariner untitled story, script and art by Bill Everett; Namor is called in to investigate strange happenings at the seashore, and he discovers a race of little people and a Queen Jarna from the planet Venus, who came to Earth in a rocket ship as a springboard to an invasion. Captain America Comics ad. "Untitled Patriot story," art by Sid Greene; Casey gets a hot tip that the Patriot has been shot by Huss and heads toward the Garrett home, when he is captured and walled-in alive to die. "Marvel Get-Together" text story, script by Stan Lee. Terry Vance untitled story, script by Ray Gill, art by Bob Oksner. Ka-Zar the Great untitled story, art by Ben Thompson; Ka-Zar and Saba escape the evil clutches of Ali Hamud and Captain Olendorff, who are attempting to use their jungle fortress as a secret air and supply base for the Nazis attacking the British in South Africa. The Vision untitled story, script by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, pencils by Kirby, inks by Simon; The Vision must face a mad professor who believes that the laws of nature are meant to be broken and that man must take the power into his own hands to control all the elements. Zagnar does, with horrific results! Angel untitled story, pencils by Al Avison, inks by Al Gabrielle; The Angel comes to see the Python pay for his crimes in the electric chair, but the wiley villain seizes the warden, and, with the help of the other inmates, attempts to break through lines of U.S. servicemen sent to quell the riot.. USA Comics. 68 pages. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Master Comics (1940 Fawcett) 20
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    Cover art by Mac Raboy. Vampire Castle; Captain Marvel announces that he knows Bulletman's secret identity. Untitled Devil's Dagger story, pencils by Ken Battefield. Untitled Minute Man story. Famous Blitzkriegs of the Past article. Untitled El Carim story. Untitled Captain Venture and the Planet Princess story; King Leon unleashes an atomic bomb. Fight, Frolic or Football starring Companions Three. Untitled Buck Jones, Frontier Marshall story, art by Ralph Carlson; Buck and Mesquite come to grips with the notorious Maexican bandit, Valejo and his gang. Untitled Zoro, The Mystery Man story. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 25 #3
    Master Detective (1929) True Crime Magazine Vol. 25 #3

    November 1941. Volume 25 No. 3. Painted cover by Alexander Redmond. True crime articles, stories and photos. 8 1/2-in. x 11 1/4-in., 80 p, B&W. Printed on white paper stock. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #4
    Military Comics (1941) 4

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    Chuck Cuidera cover art. Desert Death starring Blackhawk, art by Cuidera. Untitled stories starring Blue Tracer (script and art by Fred Guardineer), Loops and Banks (script and art by Bob Powell), Shot and Shell (script and art by Klaus Nordling), Miss America, Yankee Eagle (art by John Stwart), Death Patrol (script and art by Dave Berg), Sabotage (script and art by Tex Blaisdell and Lake French), and the H.M.S. Barracuda. Bismarck Sunk, script and art by Al McWilliams. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 22 #6
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  • Vol. 23 #6
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  • Issue #73
    More Fun Comics (1935) 73
    Published Nov 1941 by DC.

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    1st appearance of Aquaman - Cover by Howard Sherman. "Mr. Who," script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Howard Sherman; Dr. Fate faces the threat of a new criminal called Dr. Who, who has created "Solution Z," with which he can grow to a tremendous size and become invisible; Fate must stop him from seizing the famed Almond Diamond. "Case of the Namesake Murders," script by Mort Weisinger, art by George Papp; Green Arrow and Speedy must track down the vicious killer of men belonging to the History Club and who carry the names of famous people. "Murder Takes the Spotlight," starring Radio Squad, art by Chad Grothkopf. "The Black Knight'" starring Johnny Quick, script by Mort Weisinger, pencils by Ed Moore, inks by Chad Grothkopf. "The Vanishing Menaces," script by Jerry Siegel, art by Bernard Bail; The Spectre comes to the aid of a scientist who has been captured by his own assistant, who wants to obtain Kirk's invention of a space-folding machine, which can transport anything from one spot on the earth to another in an instant. "The Submarine Strikes," starring Aquaman, script by Mort Weisinger, art by Paul Norris; An unnamed scientist and explorer uses the science of ancient Atlantis to give his son the power to breathe underwater, and he uses this and other gifts to battle evil in the world. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 62 #4
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  • Vol. 1 #11
    Movie Fun (1940-1942) Pulp Vol. 1 #11
    Published Nov 1941 by UNKNOWN.

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  • Issue #91
    Movie Story Magazine (1937-1951 Fawcett) Pulp 91

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  • Issue #28
    Mystery Men Comics (1939) 28

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    Art by Charles Nicholas, Carl Hubbell, and Jack Camden. An anthology of Golden Age adventure comics from Fox Feature, including the original Blue Beetle. Blue Beetle meets the deceptively dangerous Countess Belladonna, an old lady who murders people with poisoned knitting needles, and BB's reporter girlfriend Joan is her next target; Private O'Hara joins forces with the locals to storm a strategic Nazi outpost by the Suez Canal; The Green Mask seeks a master criminal who uses his hypnotic powers to make ordinary people his helpless puppets, or as he calls them, human kill dolls. The Countess Belladonna; Battle of the Mosque; Seagoing Killer; Mortimer; The Devil and His Human Kill Dolls; Justice For Dippy Gordon; The Curse of the Empress Necklace; To Save a Suicide. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
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  • Issue #24
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  • Issue #17
    National Comics (1940) 17

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    Uncle Sam (art by Lou Fine, not Will Eisner), Sally O'Neil Policewoman, Kid Patrol, Kid Dixon, Boy Wonder, Quicksilver (art by Nick Cardy), Jack and Jill, Prop Powers, Paul Bunyan, Pen Miller, and Merlin the Magician. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 1 #1
    New Detective Magazine (1941-1952 Popular Publications) Canadian Edition Vol. 1 #1

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  • Vol. 1 #3
    New Detective Magazine (1941-1953 Popular Publications) Pulp Vol. 1 #3

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  • Vol. 4 #1
    New Western Magazine (1940-1954 Popular Publications) Pulp 2nd Series Vol. 4 #1

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  • Vol. 9 #9
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  • Vol. 23 #9
    Open Road (Magazine 1919) Vol. 23 #9

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  • Vol. 87 #5
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  • Issue #21
    Pep Comics (1940-1987 Archie) 21

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    Cover art by Irv Novick. Shield story, script by Harry Shorten, art by Irv Novick. Hangman story, script by Joe Blair. Danny In Wonderland story, script by Harry Shorten, art by Lin Streeter. Sergeant Boyle story, art by Carl Hubbell. Jolly Roger story, script by Joe Blair, art by Ed Smalle. Madam Satan story, art by Harry Lucey. Kayo Ward story, script by Harry Shorten. Bentley of Scotland Yard story, script by Joe Blair. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Nov 1941
    Phantom Detective (1933-1953 Standard Magazines) Pulp Nov 1941
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  • Vol. 10 #11
    Pic Magazine (1937-1961 Street & Smith) Vol. 10 #11

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    Volume 10, Issue 11 - November 1941. Vintage photo magazine featuring Reader submitted photographs, and pictorials focusing on Sports, Celebrities, Controversies, and Fashions of the time. Science article "The Fantastic Future: Conquest of Gravity is Key to Tomorrow" with double page spread illustration by pulp artist Hubert Rogers.10-in. x 13 1/2-in., 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Planet Comics (1940 Fiction House) 15

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    Cover by Dan Zolnerowich. Edited by Malcolm Reiss and Gene Fawcette. Stories and art by Joe Doolin, Al Walker, Frank Schwarz, George Carl Wilhelms, John Celardo, Leo Morey, Al Gabriele, and Seymour Reit. The first true science fiction comic, Planet Comics featured classic space opera with square-jawed heroes, rockets, rayguns and bug-eyed aliens of every stripe. Crash Parker intervenes after barbarian Mercurians attack the peaceful human settlement of Tarm; The debut of Mars, God of War, the ancient Roman deity, who delights in creating interstellar warfare and discord; The Star Pirate faces off against The Space Baron. Cover by Dan Zolnerowich features a little bit of everything Planet Comics promised. The Red Comet; Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron; Mars, God of War; Flint Baker; Crash Parker; Reef Ryan; Planet of the White Death; Norge Benson; Auro Lord of Jupiter; The Star Pirate. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 1 #9
    Planet Stories (1939-1955 Fiction House) Pulp Vol. 1 #9
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    Winter 1941-1942. Cover by Hannes Bok. Stories by Nelson S. Bond "The Lorelei Death", Sam Moskowitz, Alan Connell, Ray Cummings, Basil Wells, James Norman, Henry Haase, Frank Belknap Long, and Robert O. Lewis. Illustrations by Lynch, Leo Morey, Hannes Bok, Stevens, and Paul. 7-in. x 9.75-in.; black and white; 128 pages. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #3
    Pocket Comics (1941) 3

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    Stories and art by Bob Powell, Pierce Rice, Al Avison, Art Helfant, Al Gabriele, Louis Cazeneuve, Barbara Hall, Alfred Harvey 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. The Red Blazer learns that Dr. Skull is still alive when he abducts the scientist who created the Heat Control formula, along with his beautiful niece. The ancient Egyptian mage Amron, revived in modern times as the Phantom Sphinx, battles a demon in an underground nightmare-world. British actor and undercover secret agent Alan Douglas punches Nazis as British Agent 99. Cover may be the work of comics legend Joe Simon. Spirit of 76; Red Blazer; Zebra; The Zebra Meets the Rattler; Black Cat; The Black Cats Rescue; Spin Hawkins; Private Pinky; Satan; Can You Solve These Puzzlers?; Phantom Sphinx; British Agent 99; Meet the Stars; Best Jokes of the Month. 5-in. x 8-in., 100 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Police Comics (1941) 4

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    Cover by Gill Fox. "Her Strasse's Sea Island Spy Ring," script by S. M. Iger, art by Reed Crandall; Rod Firebrand develops a combat bomber capable of taking off and landing with only 50 yards of airstrip available; The Nazis attempt to steal the plane. "The Van Dern Pearls" starring #711, script and art by George E. Brenner; Daniel learns of a plot to snatch the Van Dern pearls. "Defending the Dartmoor" starring Eagle Evans, art by Clark Williams. "Dr. Scratch of Demon Hill," script and art by Vernon Henkel; Dr. Scratch is trying to build an electronic brain, using the actual brains of famous scientists; Chic Carter tackles this eerie case. "Crime School For Delinquent Girls," script and art by Jack Cole; Plastic Man goes up against Madam Brawn's Crime School for Delinquent Girls, which leads a campaign to take over the protection racket in Windy City. "McGaw's Proposition" starring Steele Kerrigan, art by Al Bryant. "The Flash Photo Fixers" starring The Mouthpiece, script and art by Fred Guardineer. "The Goof" text story starring Dick Mace. "The Dirigible of Doom," art by Arthur Peddy; The Phantom Lady rescues Don and an ambassador from a dirigible on which some Nazis had planted a bomb. "The Safety Pin Stealer" one-page story starring Burp the Twerp, script and art by Jack Cole. "The U-Boat Battle" starring The Human Bomb, script and art by Paul Gustavson; Roy "The Human Bomb" Lincoln invents a substance that is used to take down a Nazi vessel. 68 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #69
    Popular Comics (1936) 69

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

  • Vol. 12 #1
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  • Vol. 21 #3
    Popular Western (1934-1953 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 21 #3

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  • Nov 1941
    Private Detective Stories (1937-1950 Trojan Publishing) Pulp Nov 1941

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  • Issue #16
    Prize Comics (1940) 16
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    Cover art by Jack Binder. Untitled stories starring Dr. Frost (art by Ben Thompson), Spike Mason (art by Reade Conrad), Yank and Doodle (art by Paul Norris), Frankenstein (script and art by Dick Briefer), Green Lama (script by Ken Crossen), Ted O'Neil, Power Nelson (art by Paul Norris). Black John Pegleg starring Black Owl, art by Jack Binder. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 17 #1
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  • Vol. 26 #5
    Radio News (1919-1948 Gernsback Publishing) Vol. 26 #5

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  • Vol. 30 #6
    Railroad Man's Magazine (1929 Frank A. Munsey/Popular/Carstens) 2nd Series Vol. 30 #6

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  • Vol. 103 #1
    Ranch Romances (1924-1968 Clayton/Warner/Best Books/Literary Enterprises/Popular) Pulp Vol. 103 #1

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  • Vol. 103 #2
    Ranch Romances (1924-1968 Clayton/Warner/Best Books/Literary Enterprises/Popular) Pulp Vol. 103 #2

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  • Vol. 20 #2
    Rangeland Romances (1935-1955 Popular) Pulp Vol. 20 #2

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  • Issue #235
    Reader's Digest (1922 Reader's Digest) 235

    Reader's Digest Vol. 39 Issue # 235 (1941) is published by The Reader's Digest Association. Articles from Harper's, Time, the New Republic, Life, Forbes, the Christian Science Monitor, and more. Topics include speed reading, Japan, the case for a smaller army (by Walter Lippmann), soldiers' complaints, bomber planes, and more. 160 pages, mostly text (with a few spot illustrations), 5.5-in x 7.5.

  • Vol. M #5
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  • Issue #2
    Real Life Comics (1941) 2

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    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. The Story of Tyranny starring Columbia, Caligua, Cassius Chaerea, Velasquez, Hernando Cortez, Montezuma, Guatimozin, Diego, Ivan the Terrible, Toussaint L'Ouverture, Napoleon, General Leclerc, Dessalines, Henri Christophe, script by G. L. Evans, art by August Froehlich. Sir Francis Drake Ruler of the Sea. General "Billy" Mitchell, art by Maurice Gutwirth. Richard The Lion-Hearted, script and art by W. B. Smith. The Life of Woodrow Wilson. Heroes of the R.A.F., art by William E. Rowland. Light of Liberty text story by Charles S. Strong. The Black Hawk War featuring Black Hawk and Abraham Lincoln. 68 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 5 #12
    Real Screen Fun (1934-1942 Tilsam) Vol. 5 #12

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  • Issue #1
    Scoop Comics (1941) 1

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    Cover by Charles Sultan. Stories and art by Al Plastino, Bill Madden and Fred Schwab. A catch-all anthology from Chesler / Dynamic, featuring adventure, superheroes and comedy. A strange force gives playboy Ray Cardell X-ray vision and powerful eyebeams, which he uses to battle crime as Master Key. Rocketman invents the helicopter a few years early, but gangster Killer Craci wants the invention for himself. Heroic witch Mother Hubbard uses her magic when enemy agents target the inventors of a new "flame gun." Mother Hubbard was listed in Jon Morris's 2015 book The League of Regrettable Superheroes. Master Key; Rocketman; Professor McScrewy: Zoo's Who?; Mother Hubbard; Scoop Daily; Lonesome Luke; Globe Trotter; Jack Potts; Dan Hastings; Interesting Facts About The Age of Animals; Inspector Pratt; Master Key; Corporal Grant. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.