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Wings Comics (1940) 13-A
Comic Book by Fiction House Magazines, Sep 01 1941
Wings Comics (1940) 13-A by Fiction House Magazines
SEP 01 1941
Fiction House Magazines
No Story Arcs
"Vulture of Crag Ness" featuring Suicide Smith
Suicide rescues a Scottish torpedo boat survivor, and, while delivering him home, discovers a secret cell of Nazis masquerading as Scots.
Story written by Capt. A.E. Carruthers and illustrated by Joe Doolin; 8 pages.
Untitled story, featuring the Parachute Patrol
While at a party, the boys watch a magician's act, but their suspicions are aroused by the entertainer's thuggish assistants. The boys help local officials search for a Nazi spy cell, and find the magician and his minions at the heart of it.
Story written by Casey McCay and illustrated by Joe Doolin (pgs 1-3) and Maurice Gutwirth (pgs 4-6); 6 pages.
Untitled story, featuring Jane Martin
Jane makes a date with Dr. Phil Kent, but Kent is kidnapped by Nazi spies, who need discrete medical care for their comrades. Jane must come to the rescue.
Story written by F.E. Lincoln and illustrated by Al Gabriele; 6 pages.
Untitled story, featuring F4 of the Air Intelligence
Rex Keene, Agent F4, is sent to Alaska to route a group of Nazi spies, who have infiltrated a secret military base.
Story written by Bill Fox; 6 pages.
Untitled story, featuring The Phantom Falcons
The Falcons are sent to Gibraltar to investigate a Nazi U-boat base.
Story written by Kit Gleason and illustrated by Leonard Frank; 7 pages.
featuring illustrations of the B-24 Liberator and the Handley-Page "Hampden" by Gene Fawcette.
"The Carpet of Allah"
A type-set text story with spot illustrations.
Story written by Gordon Wayne; 2 pages.
"Coffin Slugs for the Luftwaffe", featuring the Skull Squad
Story written by Ace Atkins and illustrated by Art Peddy; 7 pages. Story title taken from cover.
Story written by Captain Derek West; 6 pages.
Untitled story, featuring Clipper Kirk
Story written by Cliff Dubois and illustrated by Frank Schwarz; 8 pages.
Untitled story, featuring Greasemonkey Griffin
Story written by Kip Beals and illustrated by Al Walker; 6 pages.
Cover illustration by Gene Fawcette.
Alfred "Al" Gabriele
Arthur "Art" Peddy (aka Kenneth Julian)
Frank Fermonetti (aka Cliff Dubois)
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