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Contact Comics 01 (33 of 52pgs)
July 1944
I added a HA cover to a copy missing covers and 4 outer wraps.
Incomplete but it's a start.
Published: July 1944, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Cover; Black And White Interiors Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) untitled
Credits: Pencils: L. B. Cole | Inks: L. B. Cole | Letters: typeset
Genre: War

Comic Story (1 page) 13th Mission (The Luck of Sgt. Jones)
Synopsis: True story of J. Jones luck after being thrown out of a B-17.
Credits: Pencils: L. B. Cole (signed) | Inks: L. B. Cole (signed)
Genre: Biography; War
Characters: Sgt. J. Jones

Comic Story (9 pages) Episode in the South Pacific
Synopsis: The Golden Eagle was one of the most brilliant pilots in World War I--his picture hangs in many an air force briefing room.....
Credits: Pencils: Gil Kane [as Katz] (signed); Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed) | Inks: Gil Kane [as Katz] (signed); Carmine Infantino [as Infantino] (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Golden Eagle (Dennis Quinn)

Comic Story (6 pages) A Day With Lafayette Escadrille
Synopsis: This is the story of the first allied pioneer airmen, to Norman Prince of Massachusetts goes the distinction of organizing the American Escadrille #124 later known as the Lafayette Escadrille.
Credits: Pencils: Tom Van Buren (signed) | Inks: Tom Van Buren (signed)
Genre: Aviation; War

Comic Story (6 pages) Valda King of the Dead!
Synopsis: Colonel Moore is ordered to report to India to deal with a so-called prophet that has been gathering followers by the hundreds in order to force infidel white men from the country.
Credits: Pencils: John Giunta | Inks: John Giunta
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Flamingo (Moore Williams); Valda [un-named Japanese POW] (villain, death?)

Comic Story (2 pages) Warplanes of Our Fighting Allies
Synopsis: Comprised of centerfold pages of drawings of various warplanes from WWII.
Genre: Aviation; War

Comic Story (6 pages) Postmen of the Sky
Synopsis: The story of the United States Air Mail.
Credits: Pencils: Louis Ferstadt [as Ferstadt] (signed) | Inks: Louis Ferstadt [as Ferstadt] (signed)
Genre: Aviation; War

Text Story (1 page) Fathers of Eagles
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: War

Comic Story (6 pages) Out of the skies above battle torn Burma......"
Synopsis: Black Venus discovers that the Japanese have built a catapault drome, which allows them to quickly engage American fliers by surprise!
Credits: Pencils: Charles Tomsey [as Tomsey] (signed) | Inks: Charles Tomsey [as Tomsey] (signed)
Genre: Aviation; Superhero
Characters: Black Venus (Mary Roche, Burma U.S.O. hostess); the Japanese (villains, some die)

Comic Story (6 pages) One-Man Air Force
Synopsis: Our story opens one day in 1941 when a young naval pilot on carrier duty reported to his commanding officer.
Credits: Pencils: Ebbins ? [as Snibbe] (signed) | Inks: Ebbins ? [as Snibbe] (signed)
Genre: Aviation; War

Text Story (1 page) Thunderbolt Pilot
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Aviation; War

Comic Story (5 pages)
Synopsis: Thrill to the triumphant Indian war cry "Cherokee-e-e" as the redskin warriors of the air, led by Tommy Tomahawk and his young pal Red Wing strike terror into the hearts of the Japs.
Credits: Pencils: George Appel [as Geo. H. Appel] (signed) | Inks: George Appel [as Geo. H. Appel] (signed)
Genre: Aviation; War
Characters: Tommy Tomahawk; Red Wing

Advertisement (1 page)
Synopsis: Advertisement for X-Acto knives.

Advertisement (1 page)
Synopsis: Advertisement for the book, "Wonders of Living Things".
Genre: Non-fiction

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