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June 1948; paper; fc & art stories only; scanned by bhcomics.
Missing ifc, ibc, bc

5-November-2012 4:01 am
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Username: John_Feaster
Comment: Oh, I used to own this book! I always LOVED the look of Lady Serpent. Not enough villainesses wear monocles these days. The art by Jerry Robinson and Mort Meskin is dead...solid...perfect in every way :>)
 
 

Issue: #23
Published: June 1948, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Ned Pines
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: The Black Terror
Credits: Pencils: Alex Schomburg [as Xela] (signed) | Inks: Alex Schomburg [as Xela] (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton] Jean Starr

Comic Story (10 pages) The Eye of the Lady Serpent!
Featuring: The Black Terror
Synopsis: The Terror Twins must track down the Lady Serpent, who has just broken out of jail, killing the Warden, and who likely has her sights set of the million dollars worth of jewels being brought to town by the Maharajah od Argozil.
Credits: Script: Jerry Robinson ?; Mort Meskin ? | Pencils: Mort Meskin [as Meskin] (signed) | Inks: Jerry Robinson [as Robinson] (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton] Tim [Tim Roland] Sergeant Mac Gooligan Un-named Prison Matron Un-named Prison Warden (death) Office Schanz (death) Maharajah Of Argozil Lady Serpent (villain) Serpent's Gang (villains, Three Die)

Comic Story (11 pages) The Road To Revenge!
Featuring: Black Terror
Synopsis: Young Danny Nikola is too involved with the wrong kind of friends, and ends up on the opposite side of the law. But when his brother is easily swayed into helping the gang steal some uncut diamonds, the Terror Twins step in to put a halt to the matter.
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton] Tim [Tim Roland] Buzz Mikola (newsboy, Danny's Brother) Mrs. Nikola (Danny And Buzz's Mother) Mr. Nikola (Policeman, Danny And Buzz's Father, Death, Image Only) Danny Nikola (villain, Death) Krafty (villain, Death) Krafty's Gang (villains)

Text Story (2 pages) Young Deerhunter's Trail
Featuring: Deerhunter
Synopsis: Constable Miller stops by Deerhunter's abode and asks if there is one of their young men capable of being a guide, and the young boy volunteers to help Miller loacte old man McTavish.
Credits: Script: Charles Stewart (credited) | Pencils: Vic Prezio [as Prezie] (spot illustrations) (signed) | Inks: Vic Prezie [as Prezie] (spot illustrations) (signed) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Deerhunter (Yellowknife Indian Boy) Deerhunter's Mother Constable Paul Miller McTavish

Comic Story (10 pages) Danger In the Air!
Featuring: The Black Terror
Synopsis: The criminal boss of a circus double-crosses one of his own performers in order to get revenge upon an acrobatic couple......with dire consequences.
Credits: Pencils: Jerry Robinson (signed); Mort Meskin (signed) | Inks: Jerry Robinson (signed); Mort Meskin (signed)
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Black Terror [Bob Benton] Tim [Tim Roland] Joe Subrini (acrobat) Nellie (villain, Acrobat, Reforms, Death) Bojo (villain, Former Knifethrower, Now Lion Tamer) Pippo (villain, Reforms)

Comic Story (2 pages) The Joneses
Synopsis: Jones discovers, with dire results, just how much of a back-seat driver Grandma is!
Credits: Pencils: John Belfi ? [as J.B.] (signed) | Inks: John Belfi ? [as J.B.] (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Mr. Jones Jones' Grandmother

Text Story (1 page) Pretty Pictures
Synopsis: Walter, son of a famed artist, was at work one night in his father's studio when two men entered and told him that hisfather had been in an accident and they were taking him to him. But Walter smelled a rat and found a clever way to alert authorities to his whereabouts!
Credits: Script: Oliver Buchanan | Pencils: ? (spot illustration) | Inks: ? (spot illustration) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Crime
Characters: Walter Graham Walter's Father Un-named State Policemen Jake (villain, Kidnapper) Larry (villain, Kidnapper)

Comic Story (11 pages) The End of the World!
Featuring: The Space Speedsters
Synopsis: Jinx uses an old reporter's trick of asking a criminal to surrender and turn himself in, but it is a freak solar eclipse, caused by an unknown planet, that turns the trick.
Credits: Pencils: Stan Aschmeier | Inks: Stan Aschmeier
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: The Space Speedsters [Jinx Johnson (reporter) Randy Colman (astrophysicist)](introduction) Jim Burroughs (Editor Of The Daily Tribune) Okey Collins (villain, Former Member Of The Dixon Mob) Un-named Ruler Of Hecate (villain, Death?) The Ruler's Followers (villains, All Die?)

Comic Story (1 page) Little Legends
Synopsis: Two guys decide to play a prank on a gullible guy, telling hime that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Imagine their surprise when the guy returns with that treasure!
Credits: Pencils: Jules Steiner (signed) | Inks: Jules Steiner (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Two Pranksters Gullible Guy

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