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National_Comics_#014 [Aug'41][GM]-68pg-c2c
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1-January-2007 12:34 pm
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Comment: Lou Fine, Reed Crandall, Mort Leav and Nick Cardy. Fine scans, only marred by scanner's logo on the art.
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Issue: #14
Published: August 1941, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Will Eisner
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Uncle Sam
Credits: Pencils: Lou Fine | Inks: Reed Crandall
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Uncle Sam Kid Patrol (inset) Sally O'Neil (inset) Quicksilver [Max] (inset)

Comic Story (9 pages) The Great Darkness
Featuring: Uncle Sam
Synopsis: A strange plague strikes the navy shipyard rendering all employees blind. But Uncle Sam uses his audio phone, a machine that captures conversations from the past, to track down the culprits, who turn out to be Sam's old foes, the Black Legion. Sam alerts the military to stop the Legion and then cures the people's blindness.
Credits: Pencils: Chuck Cuidera | Inks: Chuck Cuidera
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Uncle Sam Buddy Smith Baker The Black Legion (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) Zaro the Hypnotist
Featuring: Sally O'Neil Policewoman
Credits: Script: ? [as Frank Kearns] | Pencils: Mort Leav | Inks: Mort Leav
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Sally O'Neil Barry Gilmore Zaro (villain) Len Carmen (villain) Slug (villain) Mopey (villain)

Comic Story (1 page) The Ice Cream Gangster
Featuring: Cyclone Cupid
Credits: Script: Gill Fox (signed) | Pencils: Gill Fox (signed) | Inks: Gill Fox
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cyclone Cupid Bunny Crumb (first Appearance Villain)

Comic Story (5 pages) Dixon Goes To Hollywood
Featuring: Kid Dixon
Credits: Script: Klaus Nordling [as Bob Reynolds] | Pencils: Klaus Nordling | Inks: Klaus Nordling
Genre: Sports
Characters: Kid Dixon [Danny "Kid" Dixon] Otis Barnstable (first Appearance A Woman) Chalky Slade (first Appearance Villain)

Comic Story (5 pages) The Stratosphere Torpedo
Featuring: Wonder Boy
Credits: Script: ? [as Jerry Maxwell] | Pencils: Al Bryant | Inks: Al Bryant
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Wonder Boy Jonas Falconi (first Appearance)

Comic Story (5 pages) Suyaki the Smuggler
Featuring: Prop Powers
Credits: Script: ? [as Lynn Byrd] | Pencils: Witmer Williams | Inks: Witmer Williams
Genre: Aviation
Characters: Prop Powers Lank Suyaki (first Appearance Villain)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Puggello Mob
Featuring: Quicksilver
Credits: Script: ? [as Nick Cardy] | Pencils: Nick Cardy | Inks: Nick Cardy
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Quicksilver [Max] Puggello (first Appearance, Villain)

Comic Story (1 page) The Shark
Featuring: Windy Breeze
Credits: Script: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole | Inks: Jack Cole
Genre: Humor
Characters: Windy Breeze

Comic Story (5 pages) The Secret of Creepy Creek
Featuring: Kid Patrol
Credits: Script: ? [as Dan Wilson] | Pencils: Charles Nicholas | Inks: Charles Nicholas
Genre: Adventure Humor Children
Characters: Kid Patrol [Teddy Sunshine Porky Suzy] Pat Malone Uncle Ned (first Appearance)

Comic Story (4 pages) The Blood Poisoners
Featuring: Pen Miller
Credits: Script: Klaus Nordling | Pencils: Klaus Nordling [as Klaus] | Inks: Klaus Nordling
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Pen Miller Dr. Gribble (first Appearance Villain) Karp (first Appearance A Nurse (first Appearance

Text Story (2 pages) Half-Mast
Credits: Script: Toni Blum [as Anthony Lamb] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (4 pages) Bunyan the Cowhand
Featuring: Paul Bunyan
Credits: Script: ? [as Storey Weaver] | Pencils: Reed Crandall | Inks: John Cassone
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Paul Bunyan Babe

Comic Story (4 pages) Murder In a Pawn Shop
Featuring: Jack and Jill
Credits: Script: ? [as Lowell Riggs] | Pencils: John Cassone | Inks: John Cassone
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Jack Doe Jill Doe John Randall (first Appearance Death)

Comic Story (1 page) "Gee I wonder how I'll make out today?"
Featuring: Miss Winky
Credits: Script: Arthur Beeman | Pencils: Arthur Beeman | Inks: Arthur Beeman
Genre: Humor
Characters: Miss Winky

Comic Story (6 pages) Captured By Killer Ernst
Featuring: Merlin the Magician
Synopsis: Jock is commissioned to fly General Foxx over Southeastern Asia, but are brought down in New Guinea by Killer Ernst, an Austrian 5th Columnist. Merlin's magical mastery, first with a cannon then a crocodile, makes quick work of him, however.
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer [as Lance Blackwood] (signed) | Pencils: Fred Guardineer [as Lance Blackwood] (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer [as Lance Blackwood] (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Merlin The Magician [Jock Kellog] General Sir Reginald Foxx (introduction) Killer Ernst (villain, Introduction, Death)

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