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scans are from Flattermann

15-March-2013 11:36 am
Username: bigcat
Comment: Thanks for all these wonderful scans. I'm trying to collect Plastic Man and these are great!

Issue: #13
Published: November 1942, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: John Beardsley
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Covers; Newsprint Interiors Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright 1942 by Comic Magazines, Inc. The on-sale date is from the publication date recorded in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, 1942, New Series, Vol. 37, No. 4.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Plastic Man
Credits: Pencils: Reed Crandall | Inks: Reed Crandall
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian] The Spirit [Denny Colt] (inset) Manhunter [Dan Richards] (inset) Chic Carter (inset) #711 [Daniel Dyce] (inset) The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln] (inset)

Comic Story (9 pages) Presenting the Man Who Can't Be Harmed
Featuring: Plastic Man
Synopsis: When Woozy saves the life of Zambi the Soothsayer, little did he realize that he'd be rewarded with invulnerability and immunity to pain. To decide his course in life, he flips a coin and pursues a life of crime, soon becoming partners with Eel O'Brian. But Plas talks Woozy into turning himself in, but when he does, the Police discover that Woozy's powers prevent him from being held. So a deal is made for Woozy to help Plastic Man capture Eel O'Brian!
Credits: Script: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian] Woozy Winks (introduction, Origin) Zambi The Soothsayer (introduction) Homer Twitchel (introduction) Captain Murphey [aka Captain Murphy] Mr. Mire (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Dewey Drip
Credits: Script: John Devlin ? | Pencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
Genre: Humor
Characters: Dewey Drip

Comic Story (5 pages) The Man Who Killed Deek Dakin
Featuring: #711
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] Deek Dakin (death)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Rat Trap
Featuring: Chic Carter
Credits: Script: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
Genre: Detective-mystery

Comic Story (5 pages) The Sinister Peanut Vendor
Featuring: The Firebrand
Credits: Script: S. M. Iger | Pencils: Alex Blum | Inks: Alex Blum
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Firebrand [Rod Reilly]

Comic Story (5 pages) Machine Gun Clarkson
Featuring: Steele Kerrigan
Credits: Pencils: Al Bryant | Inks: Al Bryant
Genre: Detective-mystery

Comic Story (1 page) The Alaskan Caper
Featuring: Burp the Twerp
Credits: Script: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole [Ralph Johns] | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
Genre: Humor
Characters: Burp The Twerp

Comic Story (7 pages) Johnny Marston
Featuring: The Spirit
Credits: Script: Will Eisner | Pencils: Will Eisner | Inks: Will Eisner | Colours: Joe Kubert | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Spirit [Denny Colt]

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Super Snooper
Credits: Script: Gill Fox | Pencils: Gill Fox | Inks: Gill Fox | Letters: Gill Fox ?
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (5 pages) The Phony Phantom Lady
Featuring: Phantom Lady
Synopsis: The authorities begin a search for the Phantom Lady, who was seen blowing up a neutral foreign consul building. The real Phantom Lady, however, is soon captured by the spies responsible and they intend to use her to drive to the White House so they can attack and destroy it.
Credits: Pencils: Arthur Peddy (signed) | Inks: Arthur Peddy (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight] Masie Don Borden Phony Phantom Lady (villain) Un-named Nazis Spies (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: The Human Bomb
Synopsis: When The Human Bomb travels to Skull Valley to take on the Living Dead, he discovers them to actually be Nazis, so he fells them with a paralyzing gas.
Credits: Script: Paul Gustavson | Pencils: Paul Gustavson | Inks: Paul Gustavson | Letters: Paul Gustavson
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln] The Nazis [as The Living Dead] (villains)

Text Story (2 pages) Dark Bayou
Featuring: Dick Mace
Credits: Script: Robert Hyatt ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Dick Mace

Comic Story (5 pages) The Human Bomber
Featuring: The Mouthpiece
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer (signed)
Genre: Detective-mystery Superhero
Characters: The Mouthpiece [Bill Perkins]

Comic Story (6 pages) The Theater Murder
Featuring: Manhunter
Synopsis: Manhunter faces a costumed foe named Samson, who is not only a strongman, but a murderer as well.
Credits: Pencils: Alex Kotzky (signed) | Inks: Alex Kotzky
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Manhunter [Dan Richards] Thor Clancy Samson (villain, Strongman)

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