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All-American Comics (1939) 26-A

Comic Book by DC, May 1941

     
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All-American Comics (1939) 26-A by DC
All-American Comics (1939) 26-A by DC
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Green Lantern in "The Case of the Loan Shark"
Green Lantern goes undercover in a ruthless loan sharks mob in order to get enough evidence on him to put him behind bars.
Written by Bill Finger, penciled & inked by Irwin Hasen (signed as Mart Dellon).

Scribbly and the Red Tornado in "The Crazy Man"
Remington Flutewhistle claims to have a invention that can help the war effort, the only problem is he's in an asylum.
Written, penciled & inked by Sheldon Mayer.

An untitled Mutt & Jeff newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Bud Fisher.

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

Hop Harrigan in "The Guardian Angel"
As the Guardian Angel Hop helps his buddies capture spies outside of American territory.
Written, penciled & inked by Jon L. Blummer.

A Hop Harrigan's History of American Aviation page.
Written, penciled & inked by Jon L. Blummer.

The Atom in "The Secret of Mr. Connelly"
The Atom breaks up a gang of gamblers preying on college students.
Written by Bill O'Connor, penciled by Ben Flinton, inked by Leonard Sansone.

Dr. Mid-Nite in "The Waterfront Mystery"
Dr. Mid-Nite takes on a crooked politician and a group of pirates.
Written by Charles Reizenstein, penciled & inked by Stan Aschmeier.

Sargon the Sorcerer in "The Ruby of Life"
John Sargent disguises himself as a stage magician to hid the fact that he has real powers, namely the Ruby of Life that gives him the power over any object he touches.
Written by John B. Wentworth, penciled & inked by Howard Purcell.

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

An untitled Mutt & Jeff newspaper reprint.
Written, penciled & inked by Bud Fisher.

Jimmy Stone in "Case of the Frozen Flyers"
Written by Evelyn Gaines.

Popsicle Pete in "Champion Kid Fighter of the West Side"
Written, penciled & inked by Art Helfant.

Red, White and Blue in "Koval's Invention"
Written by John B. Wentworth, penciled & inked by Howard Purcell.

Cover art by Howard Purcell.
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