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A coverless paper copy of Whiz Comics #7 is going up now! I've been meaning to scan this one for a LONG time because it is so brittle. (Little more than a stack of paper really.) However, because of it being brittle, I've put it off, knowing that it would take longer than usual. All pages are readable, but there is damage to the artwork in the last two stories (Dr. Voodoo and Ibis). I've included the fiche copies of those stories, as well as the IFC and IBC. Front and back covers are from Heritage.

26-October-2011 7:50 am
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Username: prime user
Comment: Thanks for taking the time to share this book and add it to the comic book library.
28-October-2011 7:14 am
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Username: blastaar
Comment: And thanks for being brave enough to do it. Seriously--I've choked when faced with books like this, even when the generous owner was OK with whatever happened.
20-March-2013 10:55 am
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Username: kmacalp
Comment: Like the other commentators said, thanks for scanning this. I don't know how most contributors scan their comics, so at the risk of saying something you may already know, there are scanner apps for tablets and smartphones. They may be a better option for extremely fragile books than a regular scanner. Basically you use your phone or tablet's cameras to create the scan. However, usually with a little editing, the end result isn't just a photo of the page, it's the same quality as if you used a scanner. Since some of these apps compensate for page curve, the big advantage is that you don't have to press comics down on a scanner bed.
 
 

Issue: #7
Published: August 1940, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Bill Parker
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) The Squadron of Doom
Featuring: Captain Marvel
Credits: Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: typeset
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]

Comic Story (11 pages) The Squadron of Doom
Featuring: Captain Marvel
Synopsis: Billy investigates the mysterious disappearance of the freighter, Red Star, last seen near the coast of Greenland. There he discovers that Rodney Stark has invented a machine that slowly melts ice, freeing prehistoric men, whom he uses as slaves to build a massive airforce to attack and subdue the United States.
Credits: Script: Bill Parker | Pencils: C. C. Beck | Inks: C. C. Beck | Letters: Bill Parker
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Captain Marvel [Billy Batson] Sterling Morris Dirk Svenson (vllain, Fisherman) Rodney Stark (villain, Introduction, Death)

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Golden Arrow
Synopsis: Carol's murderous uncles hope to convince her that her gold mine is haunted. Golden Arrow exposes their plot to acquire the mine for themselves.
Credits: Script: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Bronk Braddock (Villain) Brute Braddock (Villain) Golden Arrow Carol Braddock White Wind (horse)

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Lance O'Casey
Synopsis: Lance and Cap'n Doom help Gail recover a treasure in gold from her father's sunken ship.
Credits: Script: Bill Parker | Pencils: Bob Kingett | Inks: Bob Kingett | Letters: Bill Parker
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Lance O'Casey Daniel Doom Gail Benson Sailing Ships Outrigger Canoes Mister Hogan (monkey) Steel Brody

Text Story (2 pages) The Horned Bear
Credits: Letters: Typeset

Comic Story (8 pages) The Mask's Kidnapping Scheme
Featuring: Spy Smasher
Credits: Script: Bill Parker | Pencils: Pete Costanza | Inks: Pete Costanza | Letters: Bill Parker
Genre: Spy Superhero
Characters: The Mask (Villain)

Comic Story (6 pages) Peril in Fort Worth
Featuring: Dan Dare
Credits: Script: Bill Parker ? | Pencils: Al Carreno | Inks: Al Carreno | Letters: Bill Parker ?
Genre: Detective-mystery

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Dr. Voodoo
Synopsis: Hal's father bequeaths his practice among the Blancas, a white tribe in Brazil, to Hal. A jealous medicine man stirs up fear of Hal and it's only after a knife duel that Hal can reassert himself as a friend of the Blancas.
Credits: Script: John Hampton | Pencils: John Hampton | Inks: John Hampton | Letters: John Hampton
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Dr. Voodoo [Dr. Hal Carey] (Introduction, Origin) Dr. Carey Mrs. Carey (Introduction, Death) Okoro (Villain Introduction) Maxinya (Introduction) Cashibus (Brazilian Tribe) Jappa (jaguar)

Comic Story (9 pages) Chaos at the Carnival
Featuring: Ibis the Invincible
Credits: Script: Bill Parker | Pencils: Gus Ricca | Inks: Gus Ricca | Letters: Bill Parker
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Tommy (introduction) Carl Brand (villain Introduction)

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