(1) Letterer credit per Cuidera and added by Craig Delich 2012-1-14.
(2) The 1 unidentified member could be Stanislaus, Zeg, or Chuck (or possibly Boris).
Ken Quattro, in an article in Alter Ego #127 (August 2014), cites a quote made by Busy Arnold, in which Arnold states that Jerry Robinson did the art on this story. But the art is clearly Henkel's. Possibly Arnold had this issue confused with #8's story, illustrated by Robinson's good friend, Bernard Klein.
Art credits suggested by Jerry Bails’ Who’s Who.
This tale is one of two (#7 and #8) that no member of the Patrol was killed in the story.
Credits suggested by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. The AC reprint credits Elmer Wexler with the art.
Miss America's next appearance is in All-Star Squadron #31.
Jaffee, wanting to get into comic books, was hired by Will Eisner to do this strip, but he soon found that his style ill-suited for the wartime hero books, and the strip being astoundingly anachronistic for its parody of the superhero.
wrong statement printed. This is for Police Comics.
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