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America's Biggest Comics Book [1944][Better]-196pg-c2c -BlackTerror138 scans
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This is the same book as before. If you already have this you don't need to download it.
Published: [Dec] 1944, Price: 0.50 USD, Pages: 196, Editing: Ned Pines
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Squarebound Publishing Format: One-Shot
Notes: Indicia says: Copyright, 1944, by Best Syndicated Features. Copyright information could not be found in the Library of Congress online archive for this issue. However, one cover was seen with a written date of October 27th, while another was seen with a stamp date of November 3rd 1944. Therefore, this issue was likely copyrighted in mid to late October 1944. Comics by this publisher with October copyright dates would usually be labeled with a December cover date.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)

Table Of Contents (1 page) Contents
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (13 pages) "A legion of heroes and countless deeds of valor..."
Credits: Script: Leo Isaacs | Pencils: Ken Battefield | Inks: Everett Kinstler | Colours: Leo Isaacs
Characters: Silver Knight

Comic Story (12 pages) Flares In the Night
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: Bob Oksner | Inks: Bob Oksner | Colours: Richard Hughes
Characters: Commando Cubs

Comic Story (5 pages) "As the gory corpse roamed Ashcan Alley..."

Comic Story (10 pages) "In the steaming jungles of Africa..."
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefield
Characters: Zudo

Comic Story (13 pages) "Out of the legends of the blood-soaked West..."
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: August Froehlich | Inks: August Froehlich | Colours: Richard Hughes
Characters: Thunderhoof

Comic Story (6 pages) "You are soon going to lose a lot of money!"

Comic Story (8 pages) Sea-Scribe
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (6 pages) "This living up to an ant's reputation..."

Comic Story (4 pages) "When the top-ranking officer at Fort Liberator..."
Credits: Pencils: Art Gates | Inks: Art Gates

Comic Story (6 pages) "Allegroo! I now put you in a daze..."

Comic Story (10 pages) "To the tortured, suffering masses of Europe..."
Synopsis: In this adventure, the Reaper brings a special Nazi zeppelin to England and wants nothing more than to go back to the continent. He says, "The only reward I want is a chance to fight the Nazi beasts again and again ... to spread terror among the foulest terrorists the world has ever known! Tremble, you Nazis! The Grim Reaper is coming back!"
Credits: Pencils: Al Camy | Inks: Al Camy
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Grim Reaper [William "Bill" Norris]; the Nazis (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) "Now son, don't let them city slickers go sellin' you no gold bricks!"
Credits: Pencils: Karran Wright | Inks: Karran Wright

Comic Story (5 pages) Brian Boru
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (15 pages) "Inspired by the rangers..."
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: Bob Oksner | Inks: Bob Oksner | Colours: Richard Hughes
Characters: Commando Cubs

Comic Story (2 pages) He's No Milk Cow-Ard
Credits: Pencils: Don Christiensen | Inks: Don Christiensen

Comic Story (6 pages) "Gee whiz, Spotty!"
Credits: Pencils: Don Christensen [as Don Arr] | Inks: Don Christensen [as Don Arr]

Comic Story (7 pages) Tasman, Pacific Adventurer
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (6 pages) "Let's shove off for Hogbite Hollow..."
Credits: Pencils: Art Gates | Inks: Art Gates

Comic Story (1 page) Rattlesnake
Credits: Pencils: Larry Riley | Inks: Larry Riley

Comic Story (15 pages) "Half the world is shrouded in the pall of Axis tyranny..."
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: Bob Oksner | Inks: Bob Oksner | Colours: Richard Hughes
Characters: Commando Cubs

Comic Story (3 pages) Bulletin: Orders of the Day
Credits: Script: Wilky | Pencils: Wilky | Inks: Wilky

Comic Story (12 pages) "It was only a rock-ribbed corner of the Old West..."
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes | Pencils: August Froehlich | Inks: August Froehlich | Colours: Richard Hughes
Characters: Thunderhoof

Comic Story (8 pages) "Any mail for me, Mr. Postman?"

Comic Story (4 pages) G. I. Johnston, the Soldier Who Came Back
Genre: War

Comic Story (1 page) Friendly Boys Social Club
Credits: Script: David Tendlar ? | Pencils: David Tendlar [as Tendlar] (signed) | Inks: David Tendlar [as Tendlar] (signed)
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals

Comic Story (8 pages) "Look, Boss!"
Credits: Pencils: Ken Hultgen | Inks: Ken Hultgen

Public Service Announcement (1 page) "Perhaps I'm one war older than you are!"
Credits: Pencils: ? (photo) | Inks: ? (photo) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Advertisement (1 page) Hasten the Day!
Credits: Letters: typeset

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