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May 1945; paper, missing ifc, ibc, bc; scanned by bhcomics
Issue: #6
Published: May 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing:
Color: Color Cover; Black And White Interiors Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Sequence order and titles provided by Gary Watson via the GCD Error List, 9 August 2006.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) none
Featuring: Golden Eagle
Credits: Pencils: L. B. Cole (signed) | Inks: L. B. Cole (signed)
Genre: Aviation War
Characters: Golden Eagle [Dennis Quinn]

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: The Golden Eagle
Synopsis: Dennis is listening in to secret Japanese radio messages, all of which are meant to hinder the Allied invasion of the Japanese homeland. So he sends his friend Moki to locate the radio station, which he does, and together with the Golden Eagle, put an end to the station and its crew.
Credits: Pencils: Rudy Palais [as R. Palais] (signed) | Inks: Rudy Palais [as R. Palais] (signed)
Genre: Aviation War
Characters: The Golden Eagle [Dennis Quinn] Liberty (the Eagle's Pet Eagle) Moki [also As Stashu] (a Native Guide) Captain Anderson The Japanese [Stashu Tonga Katoya Others Un-named] (villains, Some Die)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Black Venus
Synopsis: Discovering that Bill has been captured and being tortured for information by the Japanese in a concentration camp, Black Venus vows to locate and save him from further atrocities.
Credits: Pencils: Harvey Kurtzman [as H. Kurtzman] (signed) | Inks: Harvey Kurtzman [as H. Kurtzman] (signed)
Genre: Aviation War
Characters: Black Venus [Mary LeRoche] Ken Casey (Flight Officer) Lt. Bill Evans (Mary's Boyfriend, Pilot) Captain Burn Major Billings The Japanese (villains)

Comic Story (6 pages) Rehearsal For War
Synopsis: The role that the Army Air Forces School of Applied Tactics has in preparing military personnel for combat readiness is depicted.
Credits: Pencils: Siebel (signed) | Inks: Siebel (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction War

Comic Story (1 page) P-38 Lightning
Credits: Pencils: Paul Parker (signed) | Inks: Paul Parker (signed)
Genre: Aviation

Text Story (2 pages) A Step Nearer to Tokio [sic]
Synopsis: An article about the victory of the U.S. over Japanese forces at the Battle of the Philippines.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Historical War
Characters: Gen. MacArthur Adm. Halsey Adm. Nimitz

Comic Story (6 pages) Trucks With Wings
Synopsis: The role of the Air Transport Command in the war effort is highlighted.
Credits: Pencils: Tony DiPreta (signed) | Inks: Tony DiPreta (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Aviation
Characters: Gen. MacArthur Winston Churchill Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt Joe

Comic Story (2 pages) Hero at Home
Synopsis: Cmd. McKnight deals with a loose bomb in his airplane.
Genre: Non-fiction Military
Characters: Cmd. McKnight

Comic Story (4 pages) Parson Paratrooper
Synopsis: A biography of Rev. Raymond Hall as he joins the military and goes through training.
Genre: Biography Military
Characters: Rev. Raymond Hall Mrs. Hall

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Triggers
Synopsis: Trig is sent to France to retrieve valuable information from a secret agent.
Genre: War
Characters: Al Trig Lt. Lug Hans Frieda

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Tommy Tomahawk
Synopsis: The Japanese decide on a daring plan to attack Tommy and his squadron, and capture Tommy in order to prevent their attacks on the Japanese forces trying to keep their shipping lanes open in the Pacific.
Credits: Pencils: George Appel [as G. H. Appel] (signed) | Inks: George Appel [as G. H. Appel] (signed)
Genre: Aviation War
Characters: Tommy Tomahawk Tommy's Squadron [Red Wing Others Un-named] Un-named Japanese Intelligence Officer (villain) The Japanese (villains, Some Die)

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