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(1942)-Blue_Ribbon_#22 [Mar'42]-66pgs-missing ibc, bc
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Username: glammazon
Comment: This would appear to be the final issue of BLUE RIBBON COMICS.
 
 

Issue: #22
Published: March 1942, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Harry Shorten
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Captain Flag
Credits: Pencils: Lin Streeter [as Lin] (signed) | Inks: Lin Streeter [as Lin] (signed) | Letters: ?; typeset
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Captain Flag [Tom Townsend] (also In Inset) Black Hand Rang-a-Tang (inset)

Comic Story (11 pages) The Black Hand's Pirate Ship
Featuring: Captain Flag
Synopsis: Captain Flag finally succeeds in capturing the Black Hand and thwarts his piracy scheme, and the evil villain is hung from the yardarm.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Lin Streeter | Inks: Lin Streeter
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Captain Flag [Tom Townsend] The Black Hand (villain, Death)

Comic Story (9 pages) The Sacrifice
Featuring: Rang-A-Tang
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Ed Smalle | Inks: Ed Smalle
Genre: Animal
Characters: Scott (villain, Introduction, Death) A Small Dog (introduction, Death)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Fingerless Corpse
Featuring: Fox
Synopsis: A rash of fingerless corpses found in the East River attracts the attention of reporter Ruth Ransom, so she tracks the murders to a hidden opium den in a Chinese museum and is captured by the man only known as the Mandarin. Luckily for her, she was followed by the Fox who rescues her from the death trap and sends the Mandarin to the doom he granted so many others: a pit with a ladder whose rungs conceal blades that slice the fingers when grabbed.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Warren King | Inks: Bob Montana ?
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Fox [Paul Patton] Ruth Ransom (reporter) The Mandarin (villain, Introduction, Death)

Comic Story (8 pages) The Last Mission
Featuring: Corporal Collins
Credits: Script: Harry Shorten | Pencils: Carl Hubbell (signed) | Inks: Carl Hubbell (signed)
Genre: War
Characters: Corporal Collins [Jim Collins] The Nazis (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) Beethoven
Credits: Script: Bill Woolfolk
Genre: Biography
Characters: Ludwig Von Beethoven (origin)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Warren House Curse
Featuring: Tales from the Witch's Cauldron
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Jim Phillips | Inks: Jim Phillips
Genre: Horror-suspense
Characters: Dr. Frank Payne (introduction, Death) Dr. Wallace (introduction, Death) John Payne (introduction, Death)

Comic Story (6 pages) Leonardo Da Vinci
Credits: Script: Bill Woolfolk ?
Genre: Biography
Characters: Leonardo Da Vinci (origin)

Comic Story (9 pages) The Ghost of Rogers
Featuring: Mr. Justice
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Sam Cooper (signed) | Inks: Sam Cooper (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Mr. Justice [Prince James] (origin Retold In Flashback) Sir Harold Rogers (villain, Introduction, Death) The Ghost Of Rogers (villain)

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