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 # 13

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    Sporting a never-before-printed cover of Magazine Enterprises’ The Avenger by Dick Ayers, M. E.’s cold-war crimefighter is in the lead spot with a reprint of “Death Has Three Faces

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  • Men of Mystery # 12

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    During the Golden Age of comics, Everett M. Arnold’s “Quality Comics

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  • Men of Mystery # 11

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    Special salute to the original Holyoke Comics Cat-Man! This issue contains the never before reprinted secret origin of The Cat-Man and Kitten, taken from Cat-Man Comics # 27, and stunningly rendered by Bob Fujitani. It also guest-stars The Deacon and Mickey- a Golden Age crossover!! The beautiful and buxom Phantom Lady battles “Satan

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  • Men of Mystery # 10

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    This special issue centers on masked comic book heroes who also appeared in the movie serials!! Golden Age comic stories include Spy Smasher by Emil Gershwin, Captain Midnight in “The Cross-Country Crime

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  • Men of Mystery # 9

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    Nedor/Standard’s hero from Startling Comics , Pyroman leads off this issue, in an untitled story reprinted from America’s Best Comics #3, circa 1942. Another Better Publications favorite follows, as The Black Terror tosses “The Dice Of Death

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  • Men of Mystery # 8

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    A Rocketman and Rocketgirl cover introduces the high-flying heroes, who appear in an intitled story drawn by Al Plastino from their St. John incarnation. This tale is taken from Zip-jet #1, February of 1952. Mr. Scarlet must find the antidote to the “Formula For Death

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  • Men of Mystery # 7

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    No less than seven Golden Age features reproduced in sharp clarity, six of them new to this title!! Columbia’s Skyman battles giant Axis-spawned insects in an untitled story from Big Shot #32, (from February of 1942) drawn by his co-creator Ogden Whitney. The origin of Hillman Publication’s The Heap is recapped in the first episode of his series in Airboy Comics, originally appearing in Vol. 3, #9, October, 1946. The Phantom Lady ends up in “The Old Shell Game

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  • Men of Mystery # 6

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    New to this title this issue… The Green Mask, Fox Features star , from the 9Th issue of his own title, in a story titled “The Mystery Of Barren Island

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  • Men of Mystery # 5

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    A brand new painted cover by Dick Ayers and Bill Black leads off this issue,and The Black Terror is back in an exciting adventure by those champions of comic book noir, Jerry Robinson and Mort Meskin. This one is called “The Brute Of The Bayou

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    Men of Mystery # 4

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    WE APOLOGIZE, BUT THIS BOOK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! Classic Masked crimefighters from the 1940’s are resurrected and reprinted in crystal clarity as part of AC’s preservation of the history of comic books. Here’s a thrilling adventure of Fox Feature’s The Flame by the legendary Lou Fine, from Wonderworld #6, Fawcett Comics’ Commando Yank “Takes A Vacation

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  • Men of Mystery # 3

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    Special ROBOT issue! The sexy and voluptuous Phantom Lady takes on the “Case Of The Robbing Robots

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