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1946; paper; ctc; my scan; published by Great American Comics, a Peter George Four Star Publication
5-January-2009 7:37 pm
All I can say is that this is one very weird comic book.
Even the coloring is bizarre.
13-February-2009 5:02 pm
This is actually quite an inspired comic book. I've NEVER seen a comic try to address the concept of the "still small voice" within each of us until reading this book. The writers were clearly "tuned in" and "on the beam" with something pretty good. Sure the jingoism taints it a bit, but in 1945 it was par for the course and pretty tame. If anybody has the sequel "The Post War Plan" - please post it, as I would love to read what these writers were planning for the world at this pivotal moment in history.
14-January-2012 10:02 pm
You'd expect it to be war propaganda but it was made after the war and isn't anti-Communist.
I too would LOVE to see the sequel mentioned.
Issue: #1 Published: 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: J. Warren Burgess
Color: Limited Color (blue, Yellow And Green, Plus Red In Cover) Dimensions: 6 1/2" X 9 1/2" Paper Stock: Newsprint Cover And Interior Binding: Publishing Format:
Cover (1 page)
Pencils: Ronald Marcus | Inks: Ronald Marcus
Comic Story (43 pages)
The Secret Voice
An invisible super-intelligent insect uses his brain radio to direct Allied war strategy, send morale to Allies, drives Hitler to Hell with his voice, and helps build the atomic bomb.