Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) 29-A

Comic Book by Timely, Mar 01 1942
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Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) 29-A by Timely
Marvel Mystery Comics (1939) 29-A by Timely


Cover Price:$.10
Publish Date:MAR 01 1942


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"The Moonlight Murders" featuring the Human Torch and Toro.
A masked murderer has been using javelins for his crime, and manages to frame the Torch and Toro. Chief Wilson has no choice but to arrest them, so the pair bust out to track down the real killer. 15 pages.

"The Item of the Mad Artist!" featuring the Sub-Mariner.
Namor finds a woman miles out to sea near drowned, and rescues her. When she revives, she tells of the mad millionaire who attacked her at a party on his island the night before. Namor investigates to find the millionaire's macabre passtime. 12 pages.

No Title Given featuring the Vision.
Dr. Smythe, an expert on sleeping disorders, is called to South America to help a man. When he arrives, he discovers that the man is the head of a crime cartel, with no intention of leaving the Doctor alive to tell tales. The Vision comes to the rescue. 7 pages.

"The Ship in the Desert" 2 pages, text only.

"The Mystery of the Stinging Death" featuring Terry Vance, the Schoolboy Sleuth.
Terry and Deadline go to the Caribbean to report on a new military installation. When they get there, they are warned that the local tribe has, by voodoo, set the Yellow Plague on the American workers. Terry tracks down the culprit. 7 pages.

"The Land of Nowhere" featuring Jimmy Jupiter. 6 pages.

"The Wolf-Man Terror" featuring the Angel.
A story of a native American man slain by a werewolf reached the Angel, who decides to investigate. He finds a tribe paying gold tribute to appease the werewolf, and also finds that the werewolf is really the medicine man in disguise. 8 pages.

"Death Stalks the Shipyard!" featuring the Patriot.
Construction of the US's newest warship is halted by labor troubles. The Patriot snoops around and finds a Communist agitator to blame, and blows the lid off of the scheme. 6 pages.
Reprinted in Marvel Super-Heroes (Vol 2) #16.


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