Men of Mystery

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    Men of Mystery # 14

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    The spotlight falls on Fawcett Comics this issue as MOM reprints examples of five of Fawcett’s finest features. Cover star Commando Yank leads off in a big, 12-page action thriller, “Danger At The Dyke

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    Men of Mystery # 15

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    Special all Simon and Kirby issue!!! Covered here in great detail are the colorful careers of some of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby’s most awesome creations including Captain 3-D (Featuring a unique standard-comic recreation if the origin of Cap from Captain 3D #1, AND some of the never-before-seen Mort Meskin pencils for the nevedr-published Captain 3D #2.), Bullseye, and the much-celebrated Boy’s Ranch. Each feature covers the subject issue-by-issue and all text is profusely illustrated. Even the cover is a representation of the cover art created for the unpublished Captain 3D #2. A complete Jack Kirby Black Owl story will be featured, exactly as it was seen in Prize Comics #8, in December of 1940, and part one of an actual interview with Joe Simon!! Don’t miss this one!!! Color cover by Kirby and Black, interiors are black and white with graytones. 52-page standard comic book format. Printed in 1999.

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    Men of Mystery # 16

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    This issue features two double length action stories Fawcett’s Mr. Scarlet and Pinky must solve the mystery of “The Runaway Room

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    Men of Mystery # 17

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    This issue presents an article/interview with the legendary Joe Simon composed by Joe with his son Jim Simon. Also, indepth coverage of the Simon/Kirby masked hero, Stuntman- one of the best comic book concepts of all time, written by Bill Black, in support of the reprint of “Stuntman Enters The House Of Madness

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    Men of Mystery # 18

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    A celebration of Weird Heroes begins with the mighty mystic from Tibet… The Green Lama, in a story drawn by Al Plastino, from 1941’s Prize Comics #13. Dick Briefer draws (and Al Dellinges recreates) the first Frankenstein story, from Prize Comics #7, 1940. Will Eisner joins in with an adventure of Espionage-Starring The Black X, from Qualty’s Smash Comics #3, 1939. The weirdness continues with The Yellowjacket, from the 1946 Frank R. Communale (A precursor to Charlton Publications.) comic book of the same name. Joe Kubert pits Son Of Sinbad against the “Ransom Of Shipwreck Shoals

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    Men of Mystery # 19

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    Special all sci-fi issue, featuring reprints of Space Patrol by Bernie Krigstein; “The Robber Baron of Demos

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    Men of Mystery # 20

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    THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE> The Men Of Mystery spotlight focuses on a woman this time around, as this issue’s theme is The Phantom Lady and other heroes. Start off with a breathtaking Matt Baker Phantom Lady cover recreation, and a lead story starring comics’ ultimate “good girl art

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    Men of Mystery # 19

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    Special all sci-fi issue, featuring reprints of Space Patrol by Bernie Krigstein; “The Robber Baron of Demos

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    Men of Mystery # 21

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    THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!! The superheroes of Fawcett Comics are back as this issue’s theme, as many of that line’s top Axis-busters appear in crisply perfect reprints of some of their best stories. Start off with

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    Men of Mystery # 22

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    New to MOM this issue is Manhunter, the blue-costumed crimefighter and his wonder dog, Thor! Here, he battles a voodoo queen in an untitled story from Quality’s Police Comics #10. Old Sterling Comics favorite Captain Flash returns in “The Fight Of The Century

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    Men of Mystery # 23

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    America’s national hero, that mysteryman of the airways, Skyman ,swings into action here for the first time in his premiere adventure from Columbia’s Big Shot Comics #1, by Gardner Fox and Ogden Whitney, while Jack Cole appears in his one and only time as the artist on Quicksilver, from National Comics #13, and the strong Quality Comics slant continues with G-2 in “Case # 7- The Return Of Mata Hari

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    Men of Mystery # 24

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    A full scale invasion of the Earth is launched by creatures from outer space and only Captain Flash can save our planet, in “The Invaders

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