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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" from Whiz Comics #102, as drawn by Carl Pfeufer. Captain Flash, of Sterling Comics fame, faces "The Black Knight in a Mike Sekowsky-drawn story from Captain Flash #2, 1955; The Phantom Falcon appears in an unnamed Fiction House story, as drawn by Fermo, out of a 1949 issue if Wings,and you get another sexy tale of The Phantom Lady as she find that "Success Is No Accident", in a 1955 feature from her Ajax Comics run. As a special treat, Marvelman, the British version of Captain Marvel appears as he faces off with "The Pacifist". Originally published in England by L. Miller And Son im Marvelman #227, December, 1957. Golden Age history from two continents for less than seven bucks!! Color cover, interiors are black and white with graytones. 52-page standard comic book format.







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