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Rating: Admin Rating: n/a Avg. User Rating: 8.4   with 10 votes
 
 

26-January-2007 4:13 am
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Username: kusunoki
Comment: Beautiful. Clear and crisp.
25-October-2010 11:55 am
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Username: BobS
Comment: Flatfoot Burns by Harvey Kurtzman!!! (Signed "HK".) This is an outstanding issue of Police Comics with nice scans. I'm docking my rating of the scans by 1 because the scans could have been -- and deserve to be -- larger.
 
 

Published: January 1944, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 60, Editing: George Brenner
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright 1943 by Comic Magazines.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Plastic Man Battles Body, Mind and Soul!
Credits: Pencils: Jack Cole (signed) | Inks: Jack Cole (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian]; Pike Ronan

Comic Story (15 pages) Body, Mind and Soul
Synopsis: Chief Branner discovers that Plastic Man is actually a wanted felon, and Plastic Man is ready to submit and do his time. However, the Chief finds him too valuable of asset to the force and gives him an assignment to prove himself by bringing in three wanted crooks, each of whom was a unique challenge: one of brawn, one of brains and one of soul (a werewolf, no less). Branner is impressed and absolves O'Brian of his past.
Credits: Script: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian]; Woozy Winks; Chief Branner; Randy Ronan (introduction); Vida (introduction); Pike Ronan (villain, introduction, a werewolf, death); Slugger Crott (villain, introduction); Hoppy (villain, introduction); Brains (villain, introduction); Butch (villain, introduction)

Comic Story (1 page) "Boy! What A swell tattoo picture o' mah girl!"
Credits: Pencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Dewey Drip

Comic Story (6 pages) The Framed Gorilla
Credits: Pencils: Harvey Kurtzman [as H.K.] | Inks: Harvey Kurtzman [as H.K.]
Genre: Humor; Detective-mystery
Characters: Flatfoot Burns

Comic Story (5 pages) The Picture Murders
Credits: Pencils: Jack Keller? | Inks: Jack Keller?
Genre: Detective-mystery; Superhero
Characters: Destiny

Comic Story (10 pages) The Ghostmaster
Synopsis: A vaudeville performer billed as the Ghostmaster, a great make-up artist, a master of the quick change, and able to bring the dead to life, is bitter when vaudeville died. He planned and plotted until he found Mr. Trueman, a bank president so trusted, that Fearless' impersonation wouldn't be questioned until he emptied the vaults and faked a suicide. He gives the game away when he adopts Richards' identity as a disguise and meets up with Manhunter, who captures Mr. Fearless and recognizes him as the Ghostmaster, a performer that inspired him as a youth.
Credits: Pencils: Al Bryant | Inks: Al Bryant
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Manhunter [Dan Richards]; Thor; The Ghostmaster [Mr. Fearless] (villain, death)

Text Story (2 pages) Ten Who Never Came Back
Credits: Script: Robert Hyatt ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Dick Mace

Comic Story (1 page) "Letter from yer Gran'pap, Dewey!"
Credits: Pencils: Bernard Dibble | Inks: Bernard Dibble
Genre: Humor; Military
Characters: Dewey Drip

Comic Story (8 pages) Patch-Eye the Perilous
Synopsis: The Human Bomb encounters a super-villain named Patch-Eye, an evil genius roboticist.
Credits: Pencils: Mort Leav | Inks: Mort Leav
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln]; Hustace Throckmorton; Patch-Eye (villain)

Comic Story (1 page) Fighting the Front
Credits: Script: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
Genre: Humor
Characters: Burp the Twerp

Comic Story (7 pages) The Death Dolls
Credits: Script: Will Eisner | Pencils: Will Eisner | Inks: Will Eisner | Colours: Joe Kubert | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Spirit [Denny Colt]; Yagor (villain, introduction)

Advertisement (1 page) Captain Tootsie and The Secret Weapon
Credits: Script: Rod Reed (signed) | Pencils: C. C. Beck (signed) | Inks: C. C. Beck (signed)
Characters: Captain Tootsie; Rollo

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