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21-January-2007 5:37 pm
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Comment: piece of rang-a-tang page ripped out; otherwise great scan
 
 

Issue: #16
Published: September 1941, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Harry Shorten
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Mr. Justice; Captain Flag
Credits: Pencils: Sam Cooper (signed) | Inks: Sam Cooper (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Mr. Justice [Prince James] Captain Flag [Tom Townsend] Richy (inset) Rang-a-Tang (inset)

Comic Story (10 pages) Created: The Green Ghoul
Featuring: Mr. Justice
Synopsis: A swarm of death-dealing bombers soars towards the capital of Kurtey, and Mr. Justice takes Field Marshal Boering along to let him have a good look at the bombing. The corpulent air marshal is given a formula to protect him from immortals (Mr. Justice as a ghost qualifies), and when he is slain by his own bombers, Mr. Justice confronts the Dictator who tells him about this new monster unleashed on America: a three-eyed scaly chap devoted to "committing murder and atrocity as fast as his wretched mind can conceive of new plots".
Credits: Script: Joe Blair (signed) | Pencils: Sam Cooper (signed) | Inks: Sam Cooper (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Mr. Justice [Prince James] Satan (villain) Adolf Hitler (villain) Boering (villain, Death) The Green Ghoul (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (11 pages) The Screen Test Racket
Featuring: Rang-A-Tang
Synopsis: Linda has run into racketeering moviemakers, and turns to detective Hy for help.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair (signed) | Pencils: Ed Smalle (signed) | Inks: Ed Smalle (signed)
Genre: Animal Detective-mystery
Characters: Rang-A-Tang (dog) Detective Hy Speed Richy [The Amazing Boy] Linda Lane (actress) Trigger Quick (boxer) Mike (villain, Introduction) Mr. Lukas (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Confession of Lucky Leonardo
Featuring: Fox
Synopsis: Gangster Lucky is confessing to the D.A. because he is afraid for his life.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Warren King [as King] (signed) | Inks: Warren King [as King] (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Fox [Paul Patton] (photographer) Ruth Ransom (reporter) Unnamed Prosecuting Attorney (introduction, Death) Lucky Leonardo (reformed Villain, Introduction, Death) Watts Watson (villain, Introduction) Watson's Gang (villains, Introduction For All)

Comic Story (7 pages) The Kidnapping of King Netto
Featuring: Corporal Collins
Synopsis: Collins and Slapsie are helping a young girl and her little brother to get to Alexandria.
Credits: Script: Charles Biro? | Pencils: Carl Hubbell [as Hub] (signed) | Inks: Carl Hubbell [as Hub] (signed)
Genre: War
Characters: Corporal Collins [Jim Collins] Slapsie King Netto (introduction) Netto's Governess (introduction) The Fascists (villains, Introduction For All)

Comic Story (6 pages) The De Snook Snatch
Featuring: Ty-Gor
Synopsis: One of the boy scouts is kidnapped.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair (signed) | Pencils: George Storm | Inks: George Storm
Characters: Ty-Gor [Tyrone Gorman] Mr. De Snook (introduction) His Son (introduction) A Gang Of Kidnappers (villains, Introductions) Joan Davis (guest-star) Mr. Davis (guest-star)

Comic Story (6 pages) The Pinball Evidence
Featuring: Inferno
Synopsis: An informer, member of a murder syndicate, is killed when when talking to a secret police agent.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Paul Reinman (signed) | Inks: Paul Reinman (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Inferno Virginia Ames (Police Agent) Spunk Germain (introduction, Death) Petrello (villain, Introduction) The Murder Syndicate (villains, Introductions)

Comic Story (6 pages) Scouting Mission On the Suez Canal
Featuring: Loop Logan
Synopsis: In Egypt, Logan is sent out to locate the German army before a flanking attack.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair | Pencils: Paul Reinman (signed) | Inks: Paul Reinman (signed)
Genre: Aviation War
Characters: Loop Logan (pilot) Clatra (boy Servant) The Nazis (villains)

Comic Story (9 pages) The Origin of Captain Flag
Featuring: Captain Flag
Synopsis: The Black Hand, attired in a monk's robe with a large black hand in a circle emblazoned on the front and back, his face deathly pale and dark ringed eyes, and a clawed, diseased right hand that can kill when it draws blood. Unfortunately, when he kidnaps young Tom Townsend in an effort to force his father to impart the secret of a new bomb sight, he sets in motion the events that create his most implacable foe: Captain Flag.
Credits: Script: Joe Blair (signed) | Pencils: Lin Streeter (signed) | Inks: Lin Streeter (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Captain Flag [Tom Townsend] (introduction, Origin) Yank (introduction, An Eagle), John Townsend (introduction, Death) President Franklin D. Roosevelt J. Edgar Hoover (FBI Head) The Black Hand (villain, Introduction)

Illustration (1 page) Shield pinup
Featuring: Shield
Credits: Pencils: Irv Novick? | Inks: Irv Novick?
Genre: Superhero

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