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[STORY] ["Early one morning an exhausted explorer stumbles to the gates of Camilla's city..."] / Camilla / 7 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #12 (December 1940))
[STORY] ["Rick Raleigh, assistant to District Attorney Darrow, enters the role of the Red Bee to strike a tellilng blow at the taxi cab..."] / The Red Bee / 7 pages (from US Hit Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #7 (January 1941))
[STORY] [Boss Crowsy, Corrupter of Youth] / The Red Bee / 6 pages (from US Hit Comics (Quality Comics, 1940 series) #8 (February 1941))
[STORY] ["The screams of a fierce tribe of head-hunters echo along the jungle coast..."] / Red Panther / 7 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #16 (April 1941))
[STORY] ["Racing through the jungle tree tops, the Red Panther suddenly hears a cry for help!"] / The Red Panther / 6 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #17 (May 1941))
[STORY] ["The savages of the jungle..."] / Diamond Jim / 6 pages (from US Captain Fearless Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #2 (September 1941))
[STORY] ["It is mid-afternoon in Central City..."] / Dr. Diamond / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #v1#9 (4) (September 1941))
[STORY] ["Bacteria Blitzkrieg"] / Devil-Dogs In China / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #v1#10 (5) (December 1941))
[STORY] ["To celebrate the acceptance by the United States..."] / Solar, Master of Magic / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #v1#7 (1) (December 1941))
[STORY] The Case of the Vanishing Dancers / Solar, Master of Magic / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#8 (2) (February 1942))
[STORY] [The Half-Men] / King Billy of Ainbrit / 8 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#12 (7) (February 1942))
[STORY] Terror of the Purple Dragon / Devil-Dogs / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#12 (7) (February 1942))
[STORY] The Magic Hour Glass / Al Addin / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#12 (7) (February 1942))
[STORY] ["A precious jewel is the prize in a..."] / Solar, Master of Magic / 7 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#9 (3) (March 1942))
[STORY] Frank Fairplay's Victory / Frank Fairplay / 3 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v2#13 (8) (March 1942))
[STORY] ["Defeated and humbled, the arch fiend Rasnel, lord..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #17 (March 1942))
[STORY] [Dolly the Double] / Solar, Master of Magic / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#10 (4) (April 1942))
[STORY] ["The Red Comet smashes into action against Randi, the power-mad..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #18 (May 1942))
[STORY] ["Far in the impenetrable vastness of the Amazon..."] / Solar, Master of Magic / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v1#11 (5) (May 1942))
[STORY] Agents of Nippon / Little Leaders / 6 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v3#1 (11) (June 1942))
[STORY] Cleopatra / Al Addin / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v2#1 (7) (July 1942))
[STORY] The Jewel Robbery / Cora the Chorine / 2 pages (from US Cat-Man Comics (Holyoke, 1942 series) #v3#2 (12) (July 1942))
[STORY] ["My cosmic blastfire bounces off its shell!"] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #19 (July 1942))
[STORY] ["Tabu's sixth sense warns him of trouble."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #33 (September 1942))
[STORY] The Gorilla God / 2 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #33 (September 1942))
[STORY] ["Receiving reports of a derelict space ship blocking the..."] / Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #20 (September 1942))
[STORY] ["Terror reigns in Tabu's jungleland when a mad outcast follows the bloody trail of a ten ton juggernaut..."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #34 (October 1942))
[STORY] ["Rocky, Gary, and Aimee, daughter of a slain..."] / Rocky Hall / 8 pages (from US Rangers of Freedom Comics (Fiction House, 1941 series) #7 (October 1942))
[STORY] ["In the darkness of the steaming jungle, Tabu pits his strength and cunning against the sinister prowlers of the murderous leopard clan!"] / Tabu / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #35 (November 1942))
[STORY] ["Gale's wrist receiver buzzes ominously."] / Gale Allen and Her Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #21 (November 1942))
[STORY] ["Screams of terrified natives echoing the savage bellow of a rogue rhinoceros draws Tabu into a weird jungle mystery..."] / Tabu / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #36 (December 1942))
[STORY] ["Cannibal slavers cook up more terror and destruction..."] / Rocky Hall Jungle Stalker / 8 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #8 (December 1942))
[STORY] ["Government house at Ankara, Turkey...representatives of warring..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #28 (December 1942))
[STORY] ["Deep in the jungle, Tabu scrutinizes a native village."] / Tabu / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #37 (January 1943))
[STORY] Mad Master of Venus / Gale Allen and Her Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #22 (January 1943))
[STORY] ["Through a blacked out London night, Jane returns to..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #29 (January 1943))
[STORY] ["From the gloom of the jungle night..."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #38 (February 1943))
[STORY] ["The trio cool off in a rushing jungle..."] / Rocky Hall Jungle Stalker / 7 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #9 (February 1943))
[STORY] ["Intrigue is a game with one score. You..."] / Jane Martin / 6 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #30 (February 1943))
[STORY] Land of Laughing Bones / Kaänga / 14 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (March 1943))
[STORY] Killer Plague / Kaänga / 14 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (April 1943))
[STORY] ["Few mortals have crossed a werewolf's trail and..."] / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #10 (April 1943))
[STORY] The King Ape Feeds at Dawn / Kaänga / 14 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #41 (May 1943))
[STORY] ["Scorned by some 'modern' scientists as an insane..."] / The Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #11 (June 1943))
[STORY] ["Endowed with a strange sixth sense, Tabu, the jungle wizard detects a mysterious evil force..."] / Tabu / 8 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #43 (July 1943))
[STORY] ["An old freighter docks an an African coastal town."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 6 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #44 (August 1943))
[STORY] ["Wait a minute!.. Before you turn to the..."] / Commando Rangers / 7 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #12 (August 1943))
[STORY] The Dungeon Dweller of Horror House / Werewolf Hunter / 6 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #12 (August 1943))
[STORY] ["The Watuan natives observe an ancient ritual in choosing a new king..."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 6 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #46 (October 1943))
[STORY] Identity Unknown / Yank Aces of World War II / 2 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #39 (November 1943))
[STORY] ["Deep in the jungle, a strange white man enters a tiny village..."] / Tabu / 5 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #48 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["Flash! Glory Forbes, daughter of no. 1 bomber..."] / Glory Forbes / 8 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #14 (December 1943))
[STORY] Technical Sergeant David Rosenthal / Yank Aces of World War II / 2 pages (from US Wings Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #40 (December 1943))
[STORY] ["The savages of the jungle"] / Diamond Jim / 6 pages (from US Captain Fearless Comics (Holyoke, 1944 series) #6 ([1944]))
[STORY] Lair of the King-Serpent / Kaänga / 12 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #49 (January 1944))
[STORY] ["Cauldron, cauldron, burning bright.. smoke high in the sky tonight..."] / Tabu, Wizard of the Jungle / 6 pages (from US Jungle Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #49 (January 1944))
[STORY] ["Through the ages men grit their teeth...and..."] / Stuart Taylor / 6 pages (from US Jumbo Comics (Fiction House, 1938 series) #60 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Right this way folks--This way to the..."] / Glory Forbes / 7.67 pages (from US Rangers Comics (Fiction House, 1942 series) #15 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Not even Joan Wayne, in her powerful identity as Miss Victory..."] / Miss Victory / 6 pages (from US Captain Aero Comics (Temerson / Helnit / Continental, 1941 series) #26 (August 1946))
[STORY] The Case of the Candid Camera Fiend / Detective Click Hunt / 8 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #19 (November 1946))
[STORY] [Break at the State Pen] / Detective Click Hunt / 7 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #20 (December 1946))
[STORY] ["When Inspector Click Hunt is secretly..."] / Detective Click Hunt / 8 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #21 (January 1947))
[STORY] ["Dear Click Hunt, we have kidnapped..."] / Detective Click Hunt / 7 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #22 (April 1947))
[STORY] ["A baffling case of murder..."] / Detective Click Hunt / 8 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #23 (May 1947))
[STORY] The Case of the Creaking Coffin / Inspector Click Hunt / 8 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #24 (June 1947))
[STORY] The Three Bloody Murderers / True Dramatic Crime / 7 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #25 (July 1947))
[STORY] The Dutchman's Reign of Terror / True Dramatic Crime / 8 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #30 (December 1947))
[STORY] ["I'll see what this is all about!"] / Dyno-Mouse / 6 pages (from US Sparkling Stars (Holyoke, 1944 series) #31 (January 1948))
[STORY] ["Defeated and humbled, the arch fiend Rasnel, lord..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from GB Mars Comics (Streamline, 1951 ? series) (1951 ?))
[STORY] ["The Red Comet smashes into action against Randi..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from GB Planet Comics (Locker, 1951 series) #3 ([circa 1951]))
[STORY] ["Gale's wrist receiver buzzes ominously: Help! Quickly! Invaders..."] / Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #66 (1952))
[STORY] Death Directs / Queenie Starr Glamor Girl of Hollywood / 7 pages (from US Crime Mysteries (Ribage, 1952 series) #1 (May 1952))
[STORY] ["Receiving reports of a derelict space ship blocking the..."] / Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from US Planet Comics (Fiction House, 1940 series) #69 (Winter 1952))
[STORY] Love-The Avenger / 6 pages (from US Youthful Romances (Ribage, 1953 series) #18 [4] (July 1953))
[STORY] ["The Red Comet smashes into action against Randi..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from AU All Star Adventure Comic (K. G. Murray, 1959 series) #11 (1961))
[STORY] ["Defeated and humbled, the arch fiend Rasnel, lord..."] / The Red Comet / 8 pages (from US Men of Mystery Comics (AC, 1999 series) #72 ([September] 2008))
[STORY] ["In darkest Africa there dwells a strange white man called Tabu..."] / Tabu / 8 pages (from AU Kaänga Comics (H. John Edwards, 1950 ? series) #32 )
[STORY] ["Receiving reports of a derelict space ship blocking the planet lanes"] / Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron / 6 pages (from GB Red Comet (Atlas Publishing, 1961 series) #2 )

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