An untitled Airboy story.
Written by Charles Biro & Dick Wood, penciled & inked by Al Camy.
A monk in San Capistrano has a vision of plane that flies like a bat, and a young boy, David Nelson, helps him build his vision. The monk dies in the test flight, the victim of sabotage by a envious industrialist. David repairs the plane, bombs the industrialist's complex and has a dog-fight with Japanese ace Hirote which he survives. 13 pages.
First appearance and origin of Airboy.
An untitled Sky Wolf story.
Written by Harry Stein, penciled & inked by Mort Leav.
Hitler is losing patience at the invincible Sky Wolf and his squadron, who bomb Germany with impunity. He calls upon Colonel Von Tundra, aka Half-Man, the Japanese torture-master Goro, who capture and torture Sky Wolf. Only with the assistance of the secret agent Frisco does Sky Wolf escape. 13 pages.
First appearance of Sky Wolf and Frisco.
An untitled Iron Ace story.
Penciled & inked by Fred Kida.
A knight of great skill fought by the side of Charlemagne, and the legend says that, when the last of his kin die, he will be reborn like a phoenix, and so it is. In a French castle, wounded British pilot Captain Ronald Britain dons the ancient armor and becomes the Iron Ace. 9 pages.
First appearance of the Iron Ace.
"Fire Over Benghazi"
Written by Nathanial Nitkin.
2 pages, text only.
Black Angel in "The Baroness Blood"
Penciled & inked by John Cassone.
An untitled Wun Wing Spin story.
Penciled & inked by Al Jaffe.
Bald Eagle in "The Lifeless Invaders!"
Penciled & inked by Harry Sahle.
An untitled the Flying Dutchman story.
Penciled & inked by Bob Fujitani.
Cover art by Charles Biro.
Reprinted in Air Fighters Classics #1.