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Filesize: 38.48 MB
Uploader: darkmark
Downloads: 621
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Rating: Admin Rating: n/a Avg. User Rating: 10   with 2 votes
 
 
It would seem to be, by process of elimination, that this is the correct contents for issue #3.
Formerly shared on DCM and CB+ as #4 but now confirmed it was not that issue.
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scanned from a coverless book so no IFC or IBC. FC and BC from HAG.

bhcomics scan and edit
originally upped by Michael Barnes
If anyone owns this comic PLEASE consider scanning the missing pages for the site or letting a trusted scanner do the work for you.
You can use the CONTACT US link if you need help.
-Staff
Published: December 1941, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Aaron A. Wyn; Frederick Gardener (managing editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: B. Currie (signed) | Inks: B. Currie (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Flag

Comic Story (16 pages) "Well, Tommy Burton, what are you doing here..."
Credits: Pencils: Harry Anderson (signed) | Inks: Harry Anderson?
Genre: Superhero

Comic Story (16 pages) The Panama Canal
Genre: Superhero

Comic Story (17 pages) "A terrible electrical storm lashes..."
Credits: Pencils: B. Currie (signed) | Inks: B. Currie (signed)
Genre: Superhero

Text Story (2 pages) Saddle Bum's Boomerang
Credits: Script: Ralph Powers | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (13 pages) "The Three Cheers read a hidden meaning..."
Genre: Humor

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