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Scanned from a copy missing the cf, so those pages are from oldwayne's old dark fiche (edited).
HAG fc & bc.
A freddyfly original Christmas 2019 gift-scan!

14-December-2019 10:40 pm
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Username: papoopsy
Comment: Thanks freddy. The issue I had not knowing was issue 44 misnamed 32.
 
 

Issue: #32
Published: May 1940, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Ed Cronin
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was On-going Series
Notes: On sale date from the publication date and a volume number found at the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, New Series, Volume 35, 1940, Number 2. Class B periodical. Copyright number B 448828. Volume number not listed in the indicia.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: The Doll Man
Credits: Pencils: Lou Fine | Inks: Lou Fine
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Doll Man [Darrel Dane] Mickey Finn (inset) Lala Palooza (inset) Spin Shaw (inset) Rance Keane (inset) Big Top (inset) Reynolds Of The Mounted (inset) Bruce Blackburn (inset) The Ghost Detective (inset) The Voice (inset) Captain Fortune (inset) Rusty Ryan (inset)

Comic Story (9 pages) The Sins of Anton Bock
Featuring: The Doll Man
Synopsis: Professor Roberts has perfected a powerful gas, a gas too dangerous to sell or even use, so he decides to destroy it. Before he can do so, he is kidnapped from his lab. Later, Darrel and Martha track his movements to the waterfront, where there are strange lights of red, blue and green, as well as mysterious noises. Doll Man steps in to corner the crooks and save Professor Roberts.
Credits: Script: Will Eisner [as William Erwin Maxwell] (signed) | Pencils: Lou Fine | Inks: Lou Fine
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Doll Man [Darrel Dane] Dr. Roberts Martha Roberts Caleb (introduction) Unnamed Sheriff (introduction) Anton Bock (villain, Introduction) Bock's Spy Ring [Butch Unnamed Others] (villains, Introduction For All, One Dies)

Comic Story (4 pages) The Capture of Castle Balomar
Featuring: Captain Fortune
Credits: Script: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
Genre: Historical
Characters: Captain Fortune [Tyrone Fortune] Duke Edward (villain Death)

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Big Top
Credits: Pencils: John Devlin (signed) | Inks: John Devlin (signed)
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (5 pages) The Three-Fingered Ogre
Featuring: Zero, Ghost Detective
Synopsis: Zero investigates the ghostly return of three brothers, who in their youth had made a pact: if one of them were to die, he must return in the form of an ogre, to care for the others. In adulthood, one of the brothers died, returned as an ogre, and killed a brother. Zero unearthed the body and drove a stake through its heart.
Credits: Script: Toni Blum | Pencils: Dan Zolnerowich [as Arthur Hamon Doyle] (signed) | Inks: Dan Zolnerowich [as Arthur Hamon Doyle] (signed)
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Zero (the Ghost Detective, Introduction) Mr. Bleeker (introduction) Mary Bleeker (introduction) John Bleeker (introduction, Death) Peter Bleeker (villain, A Zombie, Introduction, Death)

Comic Story (5 pages) The Medicine Man's Scheme
Featuring: Reynolds of the Mounted
Credits: Script: Art Pinajian | Pencils: Art Pinajian | Inks: Art Pinajian
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Sakru (first Appearance Villain) Wade And His Gang (first Appearance Villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Snatch of the Plane Plans
Featuring: Spin Shaw
Credits: Script: Bob Powell | Pencils: Bob Powell | Inks: Bob Powell
Genre: Aviation
Characters: Spin Shaw [Capt. S. R. "Spin" Shaw] G. Roland Lorber (first Appearance Villain) Inez (first Appearance Joe (first Appearance Fingers (first Appearance Arndt (first Appearance

Comic Story (2 pages) Super Salesmanship
Featuring: Lala Palooza
Credits: Pencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
Genre: Humor
Characters: Lala Palooza

Comic Story (4 pages) The Murder of Bus Pritchard
Featuring: Rance Keane
Credits: Script: William A. Smith | Pencils: William A. Smith [as Will Arthur] | Inks: William A. Smith
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Rance Keane Bus Pritchard (first Appearance Death) A Murderer (first Appearance Villain)

Cartoon (1 page)
Featuring: Only Kiddin'
Credits: Script: Ed Reed | Pencils: Ed Reed | Inks: Ed Reed | Letters: Ed Reed
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (5 pages) Living Dead Men
Featuring: Capt. Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy
Synopsis: Blackburn and Jackson fake their own deaths by placing two medical school corpses in a car, setting it on fire, and pushing it over a cliff, all because someone had leaked a picture of Blackburn to the newspapers. Then, to hide their identities, both men go to a plastic surgeon, who alters their features to new, identical, appearances. Using an antique store as a front for their espionage, they catch the man who blew their covers.
Credits: Script: Harry Campbell | Pencils: Henry Weston Taylor | Inks: Henry Weston Taylor
Genre: Adventure Spy
Characters: Captain Bruce Blackburn, Counterspy (introduction, Origin) Lieutenant Jackson (introduction, Blackburn's Double) Colonel Jordan (introduction, War Department Officer) Schwartz (villain, Introduction) Smits (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (4 pages) The Insurance Murder Plot
Featuring: Rusty Ryan
Credits: Script: Paul Gustavson (signed) | Pencils: Paul Gustavson (signed) | Inks: Paul Gustavson (signed) | Letters: Paul Gustavson
Genre: Adventure Children Spy
Characters: Rusty Ryan (introduction, Origin) Inhabitants Of Boyville [Smiley Scott Bobby Ed Whitey Scotty] Introduction) Cappy Jenks (introduction) Mr. Hicks (introduction) Lockhart (villain, Introduction) Spear (villain, Introduction)

Text Story (2 pages) Gold of Atlantis
Featuring: Perry Scott
Credits: Script: Robert M. Hyatt | Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Perry Scott (first Appearance)

Comic Story (4 pages) Origin of the Voice
Featuring: The Voice
Synopsis: In 1790, a ship sinks due to a typhoon in the South Seas, and a man, his wife, and their son survive. They drift toward a tropical isle, where they subsist on rare, life-giving herbs. Soon, the parents die, but the herbs allow the boy to somehow survive. 150 years later, a ship stops by the isle and rescues an old man, taking him to London. There, he finds out he needs the herbs to live. He recreates the plant, which gives him super-strength. To fight crime, he sets up crooks, then he tips off the police by radio messages as "Elixir -- The Voice!"
Credits: Pencils: Stan Asch | Inks: Stan Asch
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: The Voice [Mr. Elixir] (introduction, Origin) Fogarty (introduction) John Martinson (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (2 pages) Origin of Poison Ivy
Featuring: Poison Ivy
Credits: Script: Gill Fox | Pencils: Gill Fox | Inks: Gill Fox
Genre: Humor
Characters: Poison Ivy (first Appearance Origin) Mr. Ivy (Poison's Father) Mrs. Ivy (Poison's Mother)

Comic Story (5 pages) Origin of Samar
Featuring: Samar
Credits: Script: ? [as Ted Cain] | Pencils: Nick Cardy ? | Inks: Nick Cardy ?
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Samar (first Appearance Origin) Mali (first Appearance) Tino (first Appearance Villain Death)

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: Mickey Finn
Credits: Script: Lank Leonard | Pencils: Lank Leonard | Inks: Lank Leonard
Genre: Humor

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