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v3 #09
(c2c-diff ver)
Rangerhouse comic and Scan
ComicWanderer edits

11-April-2017 5:44 pm
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Username: lrek
Comment: The file name is gives the date as "1942_05" but the issue appears to actually be from September 1943.
23-July-2017 3:51 pm
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Username: Yoc
Comment: lrek is correct, sorry for the bad file name.
 
 

Published: September 1943, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 60, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: While this numbering shift from v2#4 (10) to v3#9 (11) seems abrupt and strange, Frank Motler observes that v3#9 is the indicia volume and issue number that this month's issue of Cat-Man Comics should have had, while the Cat-Man Comics issue from this month is v2#6 (19). If one assigns v2#5 to the month during which Cat-Man published an issue but Captain Aero does not, then it appears that Captain Aero and Cat-Man simply switched indicia numbering.
Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Charles Quinlan (signed) | Inks: Charles Quinlan

Comic Story (8 pages) Token For Tokio
Credits: Pencils: Charles Quinlan | Inks: Charles Quinlan
Characters: Captain Aero; Hideki Tojo (villain)

Comic Story (6 pages) Three Little Devils
Credits: Pencils: Herman Browner (signed) | Inks: Herman Browner

Comic Story (6 pages) "Organized bands of corrupt politicians and diplomats..."
Synopsis: Mr. Axis uses every trick in the book, including the kidnapping of Mr. Hardee, in order to stop the signing of the Rumbian Rubber Agreement, which would assure ample supplies of rubber for America's defense needs.
Credits: Pencils: Charles Quinlan | Inks: Charles Quinlan
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Miss Victory [Joan Wayne]; General Tomas; Mr. Hardee; Pearson (a guard); Mark Hays (villain, a forger); Mr. Axis (villain, introduction); the Crusher (villain, introduction)

Comic Story (6 pages) "The swift, silent attacks of Hammerhead Hawley..."
Credits: Pencils: Charles Quinlan | Inks: Charles Quinlan

Text Story (2 pages) Law of the Wild
Credits: Script: Robert Turner | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages) "An account of the indomitable will and courage..."
Credits: Pencils: Jack Alderman | Inks: Jack Alderman
Characters: The Red Cross [Dr. Peter Hall]

Comic Story (6 pages) The Mystery of the Incendiary Bomb
Credits: Pencils: C. R. Schaarer | Inks: C. R. Schaaer
Characters: Jimmy; Bobby; Captain Aero

Comic Story (6 pages) "At a marine commando base somewhere..."
Credits: Pencils: Jack Alderman | Inks: Jack Alderman

Comic Story (6 pages) Killer Gorilla
Credits: Pencils: C. R. Schaaer (signed) | Inks: C. R. Schaarer (signed)
Characters: Flagman; Rusty; Adolf Hitler (villain!!!); Benito Mussolini (villain!!); Josef Goebbels (villain!); Toto (a Nazi gorilla; first appearance; villain; dies in this story)

Comic Story (1 page) Our Fighting Generals
Credits: Script: Edward Murphy | Pencils: Edward Murphy (signed) | Inks: Edward Murphy (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction

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