A real across-the-board assortment of top 1940’s costumed-hero features originally published by companies like Fox Features, Quality, Fiction House and others, including The BLUE BEETLE in “Deasth At The Ball”, drawn by the expressive Al Carreno; The FLAME in “Tomb Of The Tortured Death” (obviously inked by the prolific Arturo Cazenueve, though the penciler is unknown), DOLLMAN in “The Mad Hypnotist” from the very last issue (#47) of his Quality Comics solo title AND a stunning, 11-page (untitled) Reed Crandall-illustrated gem from Feature Comics #59; The BLACK COBRA in “Deadline For Danger”, as drawn by Robert Hayward Webb; The spacefaring RED COMET, plus a CAPTAIN FREEDOM by the underrated Ernie Schroeder, STORMY FOSTER-THE GREAT DEFENDER by the equally-underrated Rudy Palais; SPACE RANGERS by Leonard Starr,and LADY LUCK by Klaus Nordling. All that plus a pair of vintage heroes that have never been previously featured in MOM: the mysterious night avenger known only as The MASK, and Jack Alderman’s weird and wacky hero CAPTAIN WIZARD!! Add it all up and it’s 140 pages of vintage classic full-story reprints in black and white inside full-color covers, standard comic book size and saddle-stitched, coming in November from AC Comics.

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A real across-the-board assortment of top 1940's costumed-hero features originally published by companies like Fox Features, Quality, Fiction House and others, including The BLUE BEETLE in 'Deasth At The Ball', drawn by the expressive Al Carreno; The FLAME in 'Tomb Of The Tortured Death' (obviously inked by the prolific...