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[STORY] [The Amazons of Nesbo] / Samar / 5 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #37 (October 1940))
[STORY] The Ace of Flame / Suicide Smith / 7 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #7 (March 1941))
[STORY] Subterranean Airdrome / 3 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #8 (April 1941))
[STORY] Vultures of Vengeance / Captain Derek West / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #9 (May 1941))
[STORY] ["General Larkin, U.S. army, never suspects that..."] / Lightning / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #30 (August 1941))
[STORY] ["Tom Devlin and Dick Swenson, American aces in..."] / Tom, Dick, And Harry / 5 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #30 (August 1941))
[STORY] [Bunyan the Cowhand] / Paul Bunyan / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #14 (August 1941))
[STORY] [Murder in a Pawn Shop] / Jack and Jill / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #14 (August 1941))
[STORY] ["The Phantom Dualist"] / Doll Man / 1 page (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #1 (Autumn 1941))
[STORY] Phantom Swordsman / Doll Man / 10 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #1 (Autumn 1941))
[STORY] The Vulture / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #1 (Autumn 1941))
[STORY] [The Framing of Joe Davis] / Doll Man / 10 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #1 (Autumn 1941))
[STORY] [Black Gold] / Doll Man / 10 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #1 (Autumn 1941))
[STORY] ["Tom Devlin and Dick Swenson, ace warbirds of..."] / Tom, Dick, and Harry / 5 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #31 (September 1941))
[STORY] [The Rhumba Murder] / Jack and Jill / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #15 (September 1941))
[STORY] [Wreck on the Trestle] / Paul Bunyan / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #15 (September 1941))
[STORY] The True Life Story of Georges Carpentier / 4 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #15 (October 1941))
[STORY] ["Tom Devlin and Dick Swenson, American aces in..."] / Tom, Dick, and Harry / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #32 (October 1941))
[STORY] ["Starring America's comic sensation"] / Doll Man / 1 page (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #50 (November 1941))
[STORY] [The National Park Poachers] / Paul Bunyan / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #17 (November 1941))
[STORY] [The Levee Saboteurs] / Paul Bunyan / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #18 (December 1941))
[STORY] ["At Russian headquarters: The troops at Korv are..."] / Jane Martin / 5.5 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #16 (December 1941))
[STORY] [Chaos at Cris's Diner] / Paul Bunyan / 4 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #19 (January 1942))
[STORY] ["Though prize-fighting is his profession, Kayo Kirby finds..."] / Kayo Kirby / 5 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #17 (February 1942))
[STORY] ["Many daring American fliers are in the heroic..."] / Chip Collins / 7 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #18 (April 1942))
[STORY] ["No one knows that private Fred Larkin, son..."] / Lightning / 8 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #38 (April 1942))
[STORY] Remember Pearl Harbor / Lightning / 8 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #39 (May 1942))
[STORY] [Shanghaied] / Spike Mason / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#9 (21) (May 1942))
[STORY] ["An American fighting fool of the R.A.F., Chip Collins..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #19 (June 1942))
[STORY] ["A furious seige hangs heavily over a strategic..."] / Lightning / 8 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #40 (June 1942))
[STORY] [The Dwarf and His Midget Marauders] / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] [The Gold Shirts of Mexico] / Doll Man / 11 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] [The Mephasat Dagger] / Doll Man / 7 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] [The Hollywood Spies] / Doll Man / 11 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] [The Tropical Disease Serum] / Doll Man / 10 pages (from US Doll Man (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] Special Case No. 7: The Executioner / Hangman / 14 pages (from US Hangman Comics (Archie, 1942 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] Terror Strikes Twice / Hangman / 13 pages (from US Hangman Comics (Archie, 1942 series) #3 (Summer 1942))
[STORY] The Black Dragon of Death! / The Web / 13 pages (from US Zip Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #27 (July 1942))
[STORY] Scourge of the Yellow Gestapo / Rip Carson / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #20 (August 1942))
[STORY] [The Pumpkinhead Plot] / The Black Condor / 9 pages (from US Crack Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #25 (September 1942))
[STORY] [The Senorita and the Japanese] / Spike Mason / 6 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v2#11 (23) (September 1942))
[STORY] The Web and the Madman of the Crooked Cross / Web / 12 pages (from US Zip Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #29 (September 1942))
[STORY] Sergeant: "Are you draftee Jones?" / 2 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #21 (October 1942))
[STORY] Hells Sky Riders / Rip Carson / 10 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #21 (October 1942))
[STORY] Your Own Web of Doom / The Web / 13 pages (from US Zip Comics (Archie, 1940 series) #30 (October 1942))
[STORY] [The Baroness Blood] / The Black Angel / 9 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#2 [2] (November 1942))
[STORY] [The Return of Baroness Blood] / Black Angel / 9 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#3 [3] (December 1942))
[STORY] [The Menace of Madam Claw] / The Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#4 [4] (January 1943))
[STORY] Murder Before the Footlights / Twilight / 8 pages (from US Clue Comics (Hillman, 1943 series) #v1#1 [1] (January 1943))
[STORY] ["Rat-tat-tat-boom-bang-bang...an RAF ace..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #23 (January 1943))
[STORY] There Was the Hag from Hades / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#5 [5] (February 1943))
[STORY] The Quilled Death!! / Twilight / 8 pages (from US Clue Comics (Hillman, 1943 series) #v1#2 [2] (February 1943))
[STORY] ["Germans, too, in countless number, live only to cast off..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #24 (February 1943))
[STORY] [The Bats of Berlin] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#6 [6] (March 1943))
[STORY] ["When crime takes wings, anything might happen!"] / Twilight / 8 pages (from US Clue Comics (Hillman, 1943 series) #v1#3 [3] (March 1943))
[STORY] ["Give me a secret weapon and I'll conquer..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #25 (March 1943))
[STORY] ["She's aiming at your heart, you gobs, leathernecks..."] / Gags, Cartoons & Jokes / 2 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #25 (March 1943))
[STORY] [The Scrap-Plane Showdown] / The Black Angel / 7 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#7 [7] (April 1943))
[STORY] ["Just what is a truly incredible situation?"] / Destroyer 171 / 7 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #31 (April 1943))
[STORY] ["Behind the serene exterior of a small neutral..."] / ZX-5 Spies In Action / 8 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #51 (May 1943))
[STORY] ["There is nothing so vast and so empty..."] / Destroyer 171 / 7 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #32 (May 1943))
[STORY] [The Inventions of Dr. Von Future] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#8 [8] (May 1943))
[STORY] [The Black Prince] / The Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#9 [9] (June 1943))
[STORY] [The Town That Danced the Crime Step] / Twilight / 8 pages (from US Clue Comics (Hillman, 1943 series) #v1#4 [4] (June 1943))
[STORY] ["Sicily...just off the toe of Italy's boot..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #26 (June 1943))
[STORY] ["We're out of luck, Joe...they're already dated..."] / Gags, Cartoons & Jokes / 2 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #26 (June 1943))
[STORY] [The Hungry Invaders] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#10 [10] (July 1943))
[STORY] [The Snob and the Sub] / P.T. Boat / 9 pages (from US Military Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #20 (July 1943))
[STORY] ["Lieutenant Commander Blake has been wounded in action..."] / Destroyer 171 / 7 pages (from US National Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #33 (July 1943))
[STORY] [The Second Hunchback of Notre Dame] / The Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#11 [11] (August 1943))
[STORY] The Case of the Pharaoh's Curse / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #70 (August 1943))
[STORY] [The Blue Room of Blandings Castle] / Manhunter / 10 pages (from US Police Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #21 (August 1943))
[STORY] [The Shanghaied Supply Ship] / P.T. Boat / 9 pages (from US Military Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #21 (August 1943))
[STORY] Music Lesson / Bald Eagle / 7 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#12 [12] (September 1943))
[STORY] [The Rescue of Major Koneff] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v1#12 [12] (September 1943))
[STORY] [Baby Face] / Twilight / 8 pages (from US Clue Comics (Hillman, 1943 series) #v1#5 [5] (September 1943))
[STORY] The Diary of Death / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #71 (September 1943))
[STORY] ["Dr. Sackville decided he could ignore the criminal laws of man and society!"] / Manhunter / 10 pages (from US Police Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #22 (September 1943))
[STORY] Black Owl Joins Yank and Doodle / Yank & Doodle & Black Owl / 16 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v3#10 (34) (September 1943))
[STORY] [The Son of Rasputin] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v2#1 [13] (October 1943))
[STORY] Crime Goes to College / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #72 (October 1943))
[STORY] ["Not all the fighters for democracy wear uniforms..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #28 (October 1943))
[STORY] ["Facing the lashing sea or the thunder of..."] / The Hawk / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #56 (October 1943))
[STORY] The Murdering Rhymester / Manhunter / 10 pages (from US Police Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #23 (October 1943))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Junior Rangers / 1 page (from US Headline Comics (Prize, 1943 series) #v1#6 (6) (Winter 1943))
[STORY] [King Kono] / Blackhawk / 15 pages (from US Military Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #23 (October 1943))
[STORY] [The Luckiest Crook Alive] / Yank & Doodle & Black Owl / 12 pages (from US Prize Comics (Prize, 1940 series) #v3#11 (35) (October 1943))
[STORY] [The Judas Sacrifice] / The Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v2#2 [14] (November 1943))
[STORY] The Crooks Who Hated Crime / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #73 (November 1943))
[STORY] ["Aboard the good ship Lady Scarlett..."] / The Hawk / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #57 (November 1943))
[STORY] [The Amnesiac] / Manhunter / 10 pages (from US Police Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #24 (November 1943))
[STORY] [The Man with the Heavy Glasses!] / Blackhawk / 15 pages (from US Military Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #24 (November 1943))
[STORY] ["Chip Collins, American flying ace, is now stationed..."] / Chip Collins / 6 pages (from US Fight Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #29 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["The coin box jingled as the passengers paid..."] / Inspector Dayton / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #58 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Is it a fact that truth is stranger than fiction?"] / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #74 (January 1944))
[STORY] ["In captured Manila Harbor six crippled Jap battleships..."] / ZX-5 Spies In Action / 8 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #59 (January 1944))
[STORY] ["By the great horn spoon, what manner of..."] / The Hawk / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #59 (January 1944))
[STORY] Wang the Tiger / Blackhawk / 15 pages (from US Military Comics (Quality Comics, 1941 series) #25 (January 1944))
[STORY] [The Tomb of Napoleon] / Black Angel / 8 pages (from US Air Fighters Comics (Hillman, 1941 series) #v2#5 [17] (February 1944))
[STORY] The Girl You Couldn't Trust / Doll Man / 13 pages (from US Feature Comics (Quality Comics, 1939 series) #75 (February 1944))

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