Crime Smashers was a 15 issue crime comics series that included art from Joe Kubert and Wally Wood, from a company owned by Harry Donenfeld.
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Four Favorites was an Ace Periodicals anthology title featuring a rotating cast of the publishers best characters.
Gangsters Can't Win was a title from the late-1940s crime comic book era which featured some classic covers and stories.
The Black Hood was created by Harry Shorten for MLJ Comics, later known as Archie Comics, and first appeared in Top-Notch Comics #9 in 1940. Black Hood is
Regular Crimebuster foe Iron Jaw from Boy Comics, might be one of the most vicious supervillains of the war era.
Ellery Queen was created in 1928 by cousins Frederic Dannay and Manfred Bennington Lee as part of a writing competition. He was a fictitious mystery
Haunted Thrills was one of the most succesful of Farrell Publications' Pre-Code Horror series, featuring artwork from Iger Studio.
D.S. Publishing's short foray into comic books includes an extensive line of crime comics like Exposed, which came to Wertham's attention.
After taking on the likes of The Claw and Hitler, the Golden Age Daredevil got down to avenging his dead parents by taking on all criminals.
The legendary team of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby collaborated on comic book covers for the first time on 1940 issues of Champion Comics.
The Flag's abilities included trailing stars & stripes while using his power of flight & an American Flag birthmark that warned him of danger
In his debut in Air Fighters Comics #2 from Hillman Periodicals, Airboy helped a monk in California build an advanced batwing fighter plane.
Dark Mysteries editor William K. Friedman made a career of helping publishers push limits, and faced off against the Senate over the title.
Crime Reporter #1 is a classic late-1940s crime comic featuring a villain named Dr. Morphine and an exclusive spot called Zombie Club.
Sort of a patriotic force of nature, Captain Courageous appeared when needed to defend Democracy in the rare Banner Comics series.