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Issue: #12
Published: July 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Harold Schwartz; Elliott A. Caplin (publisher); Ralph O. Ellsworth (assistant art director); Dorothea T. Filosa (assistant art director)
Color: Color Cover; Color Interior Dimensions: Issues #1-8 Are 7.5" X 10.875" (taller Than Standard Comics); #9-13 Are 7.5" X 10.375" (standard Golden Age Size) Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Schwartz listed as editor in this issue's statement of ownership.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Madman's Island
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong General Xavier Rojas

Comic Story (2 pages) Triple Play
Featuring: Famous Split-Seconds in Sports
Synopsis: Bill Wambganss of the Cleveland Indians makes an unassisted triple play in the 1920 World Series.
Genre: Sports
Characters: Bill Wambganss Clarence Mitchell Pete Kulduff

Comic Story (12 pages) Madman's Island
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Synopsis: Jack goes with his Uncle Jim and friend Billy to investigate an exiled South American dictator who is planning a war from his remote island. The dictator captures the trio and sends Jack and Billy into the jungle to be tracked by his army in a version of "The Most Dangerous Game."
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong Jim Fairfield Bill Fairfield General Xavier Rojas

Advertisement (1 page) Stan Musial
Featuring: Wheaties; General Mills
Synopsis: Profile of St. Louis Cardinals outfield Stan Musial, who was 1948 Major League batting champion.
Genre: Sports
Characters: Stan Musial

Text Story (2 pages) Deadly Cargo
Credits: Script: Bruce Elliott | Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure

Text Article (1 page) Famous Athletic Kin
Synopsis: Athletes who are related. Golfer Louise Suggs is the daughter of baseball player Johnny Suggs and the Bentley brothers are two of six Bentley brothers who are hockey stars.
Genre: Non-fiction Sports
Characters: Louise Suggs Johnny Suggs Doug Bentley Max Bentley

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Betty Crocker Soup is Souper!; General Mills

Comic Story (1 page) 108 mph on a Bike!
Featuring: Sports Champs
Synopsis: Alfred Letourner's record of 108.92 mph for a mile on a bicycle. Also tips about bicycle safety.
Credits: Pencils: Phil Berube (signed) | Inks: Phil Berube (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Sports
Characters: Alfred Letourner

Comic Story (8 pages) The Terror of Tomaso Sea
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong Billy Fairfield

Comic Story (4 pages) Desperate Mission
Genre: Non-fiction

Statement Of Ownership (0 pages) Statement of Ownership
Credits: Script: Elliott Caplin (publisher) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (1 page) The Hunter Murder
Featuring: Vic Hardy's Crime Clues
Synopsis: Vic Hardy has to decide if a man is lying when he says he accidentally shot his companion while deer hunting.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Vic Hardy Joe Randells

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Monark Bicycles
Credits: Letters: typeset

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page) Take Your Pick of These Wonderful Magazines
Featuring: Parents' Magazine Press
Credits: Pencils: (various) | Inks: (various) | Letters: typeset

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