All-American Comics (1939) 21-A

Comic Book by DC, Dec 01 1940
     
 
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All-American Comics (1939) 21-A by DC
All-American Comics (1939) 21-A by DC

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Number:21
Variant:A
Printing:1st
Cover Price:$.10
Publish Date:DEC 01 1940

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Green Lantern in "The Long Lost Son"
Green Lantern takes on crooks who have used a young man to impersonate a couples missing son. However it turns out that the boy is actually their real son.
Written by Bill Finger, penciled & inked by Mart Dellon.

Scribbly in "The Red Tornado to the Rescue"
Ma Hunkel as the Red Tornado defeats the Torponi Gang and rescues Dinky and Sisty. However when the police chief takes all the credit the Red Tornado publicly tells him off.
Written, penciled & inked by Sheldon Mayer.

An untitled Believe It or Not newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Robert L. Ripley.

An untitled Mutt & Jeff / Cicero's Cat newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Bud Fisher.

An untitled Daisybelle newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Gene Byrnes.

Hop Harrigan in "The Shooting Match"
Written, penciled & inked by Jon L. Blummer.

The Atom in "The Monsters from the Mine"
While on a picnic at Calvin College Al and Mary along with the other students are captured by a madman who has the ability to transmit his will into other peoples minds.
Written by Bill O'Connor, penciled by Ben Flinton, inked by Leonard Sansone.

Adventures in the Unknown with "Rescue On Mars, Part 2"
Written by Carl H. Claudy, penciled & inked by Stan Aschmeier.

Jimmy Stone in "Wings Over Panama, Part 2"
Written by Evelyn Gaines.

An untitled Popsicle Pete story.
Written, penciled & inked by Art Helfant.

An untitled Daisybelle newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Gene Byrnes.

An untitled Mutt & Jeff / Cicero's Cat newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Bud Fisher.

An untitled Believe It or Not newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Robert L. Ripley.

Ben Webster in "Little Tom's Trouble"
A newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Edwin Alger.

Red, White & Blue in "The Wire-Cutters"
Written by Jerry Siegel, penciled & inked by William Smith.

Cover art by Sheldon Moldoff.


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