Men of Mystery

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    Men of Mystery # 37

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    Another stellar collection of the greatest costumed hero stories from the 1940’s. This issue’s headliners include The Fighting Yank, in “Fireworks on the Fourth

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    Men of Mystery # 38

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    The patriotic hero, SPY SMASHER is up against one of his greatest foes… the blood-thirsty Nazi agent known as “Iron Mask

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    Men of Mystery # 39

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    Another batch of superlative Golden Age reprints, including the electrifying Pyroman battling dinosaurs, the high-flying Airboy trapped in a weird, nuclear -induced alternate dimension, a Spy Smasher shorty, and Bulletman and Bulletgirl in “The Highwaymen of the Skies. Stories originally published by Nedor, Fawcett, and Hillman, with art by Ken Battifield, Bill Ward, and Ernie Schroeder. Plus- a special “story that never was

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    Men of Mystery # 40

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    The best of the Golden Age, with six gig stories, starring the likes of The Black Terror, in “larceny at the Lighthouse

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    Men of Mystery # 41

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    Top-flight, top-quality full-story reprints out of comic’s Golden Age, the 1940’s! Stories include “Check and Double Check, starring Bulletman & bulletgirl, from Fawcett’s Master Comics #41; Spy Smasher Vs. Baron Von Stuka, Ibis the Invincible in “Invaders From The Rubber World

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    Men of Mystery # 42

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    As per usual, this issue is chock-full of Golden Age gems from the 1940’s and ’50’s, headlined by Blue Bolt and his lovely assistant Lois in “The Thing of Terror

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    Men of Mystery # 43

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    A pleasure-packed potpourri of rare and esoteric tales from comic’s Golden Age, presented in crisp, clear, full-story reprints.See Fox Feature’s The Flame, in the origin and firts appearance of Flame Girl, as illustrated by Pierce Rice and Arturo Cazeneuve, an early Bulletman adventure, pitting him and Bulletgirl against “The Unholy Three

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    Men of Mystery # 44

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    Two favorites headline the Golden Age superhero hit parade this issue in Cat-Man (drawn by Don Rico) and Bulletman; (by Charles Sultan and the Chesler shop) and three seldom-seen features make their MoM debut this month: Lady Fairplay, illustrated by Dick Tracy assistant Jack Ryan, Man O’ Metal, by Wonder Woman artist H. G. Peter, and White Streak and Red Seal, by Emil Gershwin. Plus- a Centaur short recreation by Fred Guardineer. Beautiful full-story reprints from Fawcett, Progressive Pubs, Holyoke, Eastern Color and Curtis Publications. Cover art by L. B. Cole. 52 pages, Bblack and white with color covers. Standard comic book size. Printed in 2003

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    Men of Mystery # 45

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    Rare gems from comic’s Golden Age abound, starting off with a great Ken Bald-illustrated story from 1942- the break-up of Bulletman and Bulletgirl!! Then, a MOM newcomer, Quality’s National Comics feature, Wonder Boy debuts, as he overturns a submarine to stop Nazi sabatuers. And, Fox Comics Nightbird, not seen anywhere since Green Mask #9, February 1942, comes onto the scene to stop the murderous… Censor!! Fan-favorite Crimebuster gets the nod, as he stops “The Overconfident Con-Man

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    Men of Mystery # 46

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    Quality Comics is a focus again this issue, as top artist Reed Crandall is the man behind the cover art and lead feature, both of which star Stormy Foster, The Great Defender. Then, Manhunter takes on “Fence, Incorprated

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    Men of Mystery # 47

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    It’s two old favorites and two newcomers this issue, as Quality Comic’s diminutive dynamo takes center stage in “Dollman’s Dilemna

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    Men of Mystery # 48

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    An all-star issue made up of some of the biggest stars in superhero comics of the 1940’s, in crystal-clear, full-story reprints. Inside of a superb Alex Schomburg cover, you’ll find Dollman, facing the unlikely villainy of…Polka-Dot? A wildly expressive strip drawn by the unsung great John Spranger. Then, it’s that shambling mass of living matter known as The Heap, in a top-flight retelling of his origin, drawn by Ernie Schroeder. The Black Terror faces off against a colorful female vigilante in “The Revenge of Red Ann

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