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Police Comics 1. Quality 1941. 68 pages C2C.
Flatterman scans.

14-November-2011 9:23 pm
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Username: speculativis
Comment: Beautiful scan.
30-November-2011 12:40 pm
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Username: theorbys
Comment: One of the high points of the GA, this comic has the first appearance of Phantom Lady and Plastic Man (in a great story, beautifully drawn). Several other stories have high quality, often vividly intense graphics, with many fine cityscapes and beautiful sedans zooming through them. The Firebrand story had particularly vivid art, second only to the Plastic Man's (although the character himself, however well drawn, is a tad silly looking in his gossamer shirt and red kerchief). Phantom Lady's artwork was perhaps not entirely up to snuff but she herself had a strange and compelling beauty, and of course her black ray adds visual interest. The colors on this scan are very rich.
13-February-2017 9:05 pm
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Username: lowri
Comment: PHANTOM LADY APPEARS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIS ISSUE, SHE WEARS A YELLOW SUIT
 
 

Issue: #1
Published: August 1941, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Ed Cronin [as Edward Cronin]
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright 1941 by Comic Magazines, Inc. The on-sale date is the publication date reported in the U. S. Copyright Office filing.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Introducing The Firebrand
Featuring: The Firebrand
Credits: Pencils: Gill Fox | Inks: Gill Fox
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Firebrand [Rod Reilly] Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brien] (inset) The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln] (inset) Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight] (inset) The Mouthpiece [Bill Perkins] (inset)

Comic Story (11 pages) Introducing the Firebrand
Featuring: The Firebrand
Synopsis: Firebrand's break-up of a window washer's racket leads him to bigger fish, who are attempting to steal a fortune in diamonds.
Credits: Script: S. M. Iger | Pencils: Reed Crandall (signed) | Inks: Reed Crandall (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Firebrand [Rod Reilly] (introduction) Slugger Dunn (introduction, Ex-prize Fighter) "Emerald" Ed Reilly (introduction, Rod's Father, Steel Tycoon) Joan Rogers (introduction, Rod's Fiancee) Baron Von Hanson (villain) Sylvester Cole (villain) Dave (villain, Death) Dippy Dolan (villain, Pickpocket)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Origin of #711
Featuring: #711
Synopsis: Dan agrees to take the rap for a soon-to-be-father, who agrees to give himself up to the law after seeing his newborn and wife. But when he is killed in an accident, prisoner #711 decides to remain behind bars and fight crime from there, in this case against Slick Panzer, who has swindled a widow out of $250,000.
Credits: Script: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed) | Pencils: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed) | Inks: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed)
Genre: Adventure Crime
Characters: #711 [Daniel Dyce] (introduction, Origin) Un-named District Attorney Mary Horn (Jacob's Wife, Not Seen) Jacob Horn (villain, Death) "Slick" Panzer (villain)

Comic Story (1 page) Dr. M. Balm's Man-Eating Plant
Featuring: Super Snooper
Synopsis: An evil doctor creates a flesh-eating flower and sends it to Super Snooper to rid himself of the crime fighter.
Credits: Script: Gill Fox (signed) | Pencils: Gill Fox (signed) | Inks: Gill Fox (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Super Snooper (introduction) Dr. M. Balm (villain)

Comic Story (7 pages) The Attack of Ali Harid
Featuring: Eagle Evans
Synopsis: Evans and Snap head to Cyranis to photograph enemy movements and activity, but when they return with photos for the general, they are arrested for violating a treaty with Ali Harid. They escape, team up with a Libyan prince and prevent Harid's planned actions.
Credits: Script: Witmer Williams [as Clark Williams] ? (signed) | Pencils: Witmer Williams [as Clark Williams] (signed) | Inks: Witmer Williams [as Clark Williams] (signed)
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Eagle Evans (introduction) Snap Smith (introduction, Cameraman) Un-named U.S. Army General Un-named Libyan Prince Ali Harid (villain)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Legend of the Black Baron
Featuring: Chic Carter
Synopsis: When Curtis Randall decides to change his will and give away his entire art collection, he is seemingly murdered by a suit of armor belonging to one of his ancestors. Chic is present for the reading of Randall's will and uncovers a murder plot by the deceased's brother Harvey, The Black Baron, wearing a skull mask, tries to claim his brother's fortune but falls to his death in the end.
Credits: Script: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Chic Carter [The Sword] (reporter) Curtis Randall (art Collector, Death) Detective Monahan Hodges (Curtis Randall's Butler, Death) Betty Randall Damon (cousin) The Black Baron [Harvey Randall] (villain, Death)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Origin of Plastic Man
Featuring: Plastic Man
Synopsis: While escaping from a crime scene, Eel O'Brian has a vat of acid dumped on his head, giving him the ability to stretch his body. Eel decides he doesn't want to be a criminal anymore and uses his newly found powers to capture his former partners in crime.
Credits: Script: Jack Cole (signed) | Pencils: Jack Cole (signed) | Inks: Jack Cole (signed) | Letters: Jack Cole
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian] (introduction, Origin, Reformed Villain) Un-named Monk Skizzle Shanks (villain) Skizzle Shank's Mob (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Redemption of Steele Kerrigan
Featuring: Steele Kerrigan
Synopsis: Imprisoned for having taken the rap for a gang of robbers he was working as a lookout for, Kerrigan saves the life of the warden and is paroled. But he is quickly approached by Spike and his gang, who kidnap Betty and manage to convince the authorities that Kerrigan was in on another job, the same day he was released.
Credits: Pencils: Al Bryant (signed) | Inks: Al Bryant (signed)
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Steele Kerrigan (introduction, Origin) Anne (introduction) Un-named Prison Warden Spike (villain) Torpedo (villain)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Alien Smuggling Racket
Featuring: The Mouthpiece
Synopsis: D.A. Perkins dons a mask and cape in order to get the goods on a brutal alien smuggling racket, spearheaded by Peg-Leg Friel, who smuggled European refugees inside fish carcasses! When Peg-Leg attempts to escape, the Mouthpiece thinks nothing of harpooning the dastardly villain.
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Letters: Fred Guardineer ?
Genre: Detective-mystery Superhero
Characters: The Mouthpiece [Bill Perkins] (introduction, District Attorney) Smokey Joe (villain) Captain Peg-Leg Friel (villain, Death)

Text Story (2 pages) Vengeance
Featuring: Dick Mace
Synopsis: Two former French army majors become bitter enemies after the war, and one of them, Pierre LaFonde, swears revenge after being cheated out of a fabulously valuable diamond mine.
Credits: Script: Robert M. Hyatt (signed) | Pencils: ? (spot illustrations) | Inks: ? (spot illustrations) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Dick Mace (introduction) Albert Brancourt (weathy Diamond Merchant, Death) Mrs. Grancourt (Albert's Wife, Death) Two Un-named Children Of Albert Brancourt (both Die) Adrian Grancourt (Albert's Oldest Son, Death) Vivienne Grancourt (Albert's 9-year Old Daughter, Death) Pierre LaFonde (villain, Printer, Death)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Coming of the Phantom Lady
Featuring: Phantom Lady
Synopsis: The Phantom Lady rescues a kidnapped scientist who has developed a uranium explosive.
Credits: Pencils: Arthur Peddy (signed) | Inks: Arthur Peddy (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight] (introduction) Senator Henry Knight (introduction, Sandra's Father) Don Borden (introduction, State Department Investigator) Dr. Raphael (inventor) Wenner (villain, Death) Pete (villain, Raphael's Assistant, Death)

Comic Story (1 page) "This the Drip residence?"
Featuring: Dewey Drip
Synopsis: Dewey gets a letter from the government informing him that he has been drafted.
Credits: Script: John Devlin ? | Pencils: John Devlin [as Devlin] (signed) | Inks: John Devlin [as Devlin] (signed) | Letters: John Devlin ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Dewey Dip (introduction) Mr. Drip Mrs. Drip Lulu (Dewey's Girl)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Origin of the Human Bomb
Featuring: The Human Bomb
Synopsis: An Axis consul makes several attempts to steal a new explosive capsule invented by the late Professor Lincoln, but, in the end, he is on the receiving end of its power.
Credits: Script: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Pencils: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Inks: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Letters: Paul Gustavson
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln] (introduction, Origin) Professor Lincoln (Roy's Father, Death) Fritz (villain, Death) Baldy (villain) Riker (villain) Un-named Axis Consul (villain, Death)

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