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Heroic 064 (diff ver) -JVJ (c2c)

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Issue: #64
Published: January 1951, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newspring Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indexed from a scan from Digital Comic Museum (digitalcomicmuseum.com).
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Script: Bill Everett (signed) | Pencils: Bill Everett (signed) | Inks: Bill Everett ? | Letters: typeset

Table Of Contents (1 page) Heroic Hall of Honor
Featuring: Heroic Hall of Honor
Synopsis: Eastern Color's foreword text reads: "Heroic Hall of Honor: Men and women chosen by this publication for their daring actions in hazardous tasks", listing 26 individuals whose stories are told in this issue.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (3 pages) Rescued From 10.000 Tons of Death!
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Diana and her Mom are strolling down by the docks looking for their cousin, who is an officer on an incoming ship, when the little girl falls off a plank into the water, and in danger of being crushing by a shifting ship. 130 crew members put their backs to work holding back the ship while Joseph Zappulla is lowered down to rescue the girl.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Everett [as Everett] (signed) | Inks: Bill Everett [as Everett] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Joseph Zappulla John Balzano Guiseppe Gambino Diana Diana's Un-named Mother Un-named Pier Superintendent

Comic Story (2 pages) Boy to Man in Seconds
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Joe is told by a group of his friends that a small boy has fallen into the water and is about to drown. He jumps in and pulls the boy out and performs artifical respiration on the lad for 15 minutes until medics arrive.
Credits: Pencils: Harold LeDoux (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Joseph Feldman Un-named Drowning Boy Un-named Mother Of The Boy

Comic Story (3 pages) Hero at 7
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Little Marta wants to go swimming while her brother John fishes. However, Marta begins to drown and John saves her. The act is recognized by the Governor of the State in an official letter to John.
Credits: Pencils: Bernard Baily | Inks: Bernard Baily
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: John Rhodes Marta Rhodes Mrs. Rhodes Bob Un-nmaed Chairman Of The Red Cross Governor Frederick J. Payne Miss Robbins (Governor's Secretary)

Comic Story (2 pages) Fast Action Heroine
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: While hanging up her wash outside one day, Rose Renzi happened to see a 2-year-old child draped over a second story balustrade. Rushing over, she arrives in time to catch the falling child and preventing its death.
Credits: Pencils: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson) (signed) | Inks: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Rose Renzi Un-named Baby

Comic Story (2 pages) American Humane Association - Gold Medal Winner
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Robert saves the life of a black and white dog from a quarry and receives the Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bronze Medal and a check for his efforts.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano [as Fasano] (signed) | Inks: Jerry Fasano [as Fasano] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Robert Lotterhand Falla (Robert's Dog)

Comic Story (2 pages) Inferno
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: An oil stove on the porch of a house explodes, causing a fire which threatens the life of a 3-month-old girl in her stroller. Ronald Orzel risks death by pulling the flaming stroller away from the porch and assisting in putting out the flames engulfing the baby's blanket.
Credits: Pencils: Harry G. Peter | Inks: Harry G. Peter
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Ronald Orzel

Comic Story (2 pages) Swimming Lessons Save a Life
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Buddy and Marion go swimming, but Marion takes off on his own, warned by Buddy not to attempt the swim alone. Buddy later jumps in to follow Marion, spots his struggling in the water, and then tows him some 200' to safety.
Credits: Pencils: Alfonso Greene (signed) | Inks: Alfonzo Greene (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Buddy Martin Marion

Comic Story (2 pages) Boyscout Turns Cowboy
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Boy Scout Jack Gause and his two pals are playing cowboy one day when one of the boys falls into a deep pool of water, and is near drowning when quick-witted Jack pulls him out and administers artificial respiration to save his life.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Benulis
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Jack Gause

Comic Story (2 pages) Tenderfoot Hero
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Tenderfoot Scout Richard Paturel saves the life of a buddy of his who has fallen from a raft into the river by pulling the boy out and performing artificial respiration.
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Richard Paturel

Comic Story (2 pages) Miracle Rescue
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Ken DiPaolo, recovering from blindness caused by an accident six months earlier, is walking along the river bank of the Mystic River in Massachusetts when he spies a child drowning in the water. He dives in and brings the child to shore and performs artificial respiration on him to save his life.
Credits: Pencils: Bernard Baily | Inks: Bernard Baily
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Kenneth DiPaolo Al DiPaolo (Ken's Brother) Helen Mr. Zygmunt Mrs. Zugmunt Un-named Baby Of The Zygmunts

Comic Story (2 pages) A Man at Four
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Two young boys are playing in an old playhouse when one of them gets his neck caught in the rafters. Fast thinking by Gary is getting the assistance of the boy's mother aids in the saving of her son's life.
Credits: Pencils: Harold LeDoux (signed) | Inks: Harold LeDoux (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Gary Bartlett Un-named Friend Of Gary Un-named Mother Of The Child

Text Story (2 pages) The Yellow Dog
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Big Rick, a 38-year veteran guide, watched as a bear severely injured his dog, Nugget. Not wanting to have a dog around that could be a liability, Rick gives the dog to an old trapper friend of his, Eric. Eric then used the dog to track down dangerous wolverines. After that, the old trapper saw no use for the dog until one day a giant brown bear attacked Eric in his cabin, and, though severely injured, the dog held off the bear long enough for Eric to kill it. A few years later, when Eric died, the dog somehow made his way back to Big Rick, who later died in 1926.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure Non-fiction
Characters: Big Rick [Richard] Gordon (guide, Death) Nugget (dog, Death) Eric Jensen (trapper, Death)

Comic Story (2 pages) Bandit Patrol
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: When a payroll messenger from an engraving company is beat up and robbed, two alert Policemen spot the get-away car, stop it and apprehend the criminals, for which they were awarded medals and an award.
Credits: Pencils: Alfonso Greene (signed) | Inks: Alfonzo Greene (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: John R. Smith Frank Claus Un-named Thief (villain)

Comic Story (2 pages) Man Overboard
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Larry and his buddy are out fishing one day when they spot a man in the water near his boat. Larry dives in with his clothes on and rescues him.
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Lawrence Gafney Cinder (a Cat) Un-named Fisherman

Comic Story (2 pages) Brothers Dive in
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Robert and Francis saves the life of a little boy who had been hunting grasshoppers when he fell into a river and nearly went over the dam!
Credits: Script: ?; Francis DeGere | Pencils: Harry G. Peter | Inks: Harry G. Peter
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Robert DeGere Francis DeGere Un-named Child

Comic Story (2 pages) Miracle
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Ohio State Senior James Scheiman spots the hand of a young boy going down in the water for the last time, rescues him off the bottom and applies artificial respiration for 10 minutes until medical personnel can arrive on the scene.
Credits: Pencils: Robert Peterson (signed) | Inks: Robert Peterson (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: James Scheiman

Comic Story (2 pages) Poison Gas
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: A Philadelphia housewife and husband escape the acrid fumes of leaking refrigerator gas, and alert their sons to also escape. After having left the house, one of the sons hears their 78-year-old grandfather yelling for help and one of the sons save him.
Credits: Pencils: Bob Peterson (signed) | Inks: Bob Peterson (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Un-named Philadelphia Family Un-named Grandfather

Comic Story (2 pages) Lunch Hour Heroine
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Secretary Claire Brickley, on her lunch break, spots a little girl drowning in Boston Commons Frog Pond, and wades in, fully clothed, to rescue the girl.
Credits: Pencils: Bob Powell ?
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Claire Brickley Un-named Little Girl

Comic Story (2 pages) Mother's Courage Saves Four!
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Irene is on her way home to her trailer court when she spots a trailer on fire with children inside, and risking her life, rescues both younger children still inside after the older siblings escaped.
Credits: Pencils: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson] (signed) | Inks: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Irene Strickland Un-named Neighbor Tommy Un-named Little Girl

Comic Story (2 pages) Rescue at the Creek by Nancy Wilde, Madison, Wisc.
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Ronnie decides to show off for his sister, Eleanor, by going into a creek whose depth was deeper than he thought. Without thinking, Nancy dived in to save him.
Credits: Script: Nancy Wilde (signed) | Pencils: Bernard Baily ?
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Nancy Wilde Ronnie Eleanor

Comic Story (2 pages) Playmate Saves Chum!
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: When one of her playmates falls through the ice at Weasel Brook, Julie saves her and is commended by the Police.
Credits: Pencils: Harold LeDoux (signed) | Inks: Harold LeDoux (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Julie Feeley

Comic Story (2 pages) Lifesaver… Age Six!
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Buddy saves his sister from drowning in a rain-filled cistern.
Credits: Pencils: Harry G. Peter | Inks: Harry G. Peter
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Buddy [Paul] Zimber Ruth Zimber Mrs. Zimber

Comic Story (2 pages) Their Son was Truly Brave!
Featuring: Heroic True Life Story
Synopsis: Taylor saves his friend Tommy from drowning in a deep pool formed by a broken water main. But his mother, not believing the story finally became a believer when Tommy's mother showed up at their house and presented Taylor with a new wallet.
Credits: Pencils: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson] (signed) | Inks: Ruth Atkinson [as R. Atkinson] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Taylor Bacchus Mrs. Bacchus Tommy Un-named Mother Of Tommy

Public Service Announcement (1 page) The Classroom Secret
Synopsis: A PSA from the National Citizens Commission for the public schools, in which children all earn money for a secret school project: giving a surprise party for their teacher.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Fasano [as Fasano] (signed) | Inks: Jerry Fasano [as Fasano] (signed) | Letters: typeset
Characters: Alice Joe

Advertisement (1 page) Famous Funnies Patterns
Synopsis: Advertisement for three assorted female dress patterns that can be ordered by readers to include two different striking bolero outfits combining two fabrics with charm, and a frock cut along princess lines, all available in assorted sizes.
Credits: Letters: typeset

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