Air Fighters Comics #1 presented an collection of new features, eight with fresh characters, three with facts about the various military aviation branches and their hardware.
After the poor sales of Air Fighters Comics (Vol 1) #1, Hillman scrapped the concepts of the initial offering, and, a year later, hit the market with Air Fighters Comics #2 with an entirely new line-up. All the features and characters in issue #1 were abandoned in favor of a line-up headed by Airboy, who would make the title (later renamed to Airboy Comics) a best-seller through the 1940's.
An untitled Black Commander story.
Written by Kermit Jaediker, penciled & inked by Harry Anderson.
Test Pilot in "Death at 20,000"
Written by Kermit Jaediker, penciled & inked by Edd Ashe.
Crash Davis in "Up in Smoke"
Written, penciled & inked by Martin Kildale.
An untitled Pecos Pete story.
Written, penciled & inked by Jack A. Warren.
"America's Air Army"
Written by Nathanial Nitkin, penciled & inked by Al Bare.
An untitled Flying Cadet Jack Dale story.
Written by Paul Quinn, penciled & inked by Larry Antonette.
Mosquito in "Stings for the Saboteurs"
Written, penciled & inked by Harry Francis Campbell.
Mach Duff in "Double Trouble"
Written by Gilbert James, penciled & inked by Bob Oksner.
Black Sheep Squadron in "Gliding Death"
Written by George Kale, penciled & inked by Ed Winiarski.
Cover art by Harry Anderson.