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Home Eastern Color Printing Company Heroic Comics Heroic 023 -upgrade
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JVJ Index Cards added at the end of the file.
Re-upload in CBZ format to correct Preview feature error.
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Reupping of March 1944 60pg c2c
I accidently skipped page 3 (ad) and labeled it 59 instead.
So here is the fixed File
JVJ Index Cards added at the end of the file.
Re-upload in CBZ format to correct Preview feature error.
-Yoc
Issue: #23
Published: March 1944, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 60, Editing: Harold A. Moore
Color: Full 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)
Credits: Pencils: H. C. Kiefer (painting) | Inks: H. C. Kiefer (painting) | Colours: H. C. Kiefer (painting)
Genre: War

Comic Story (3 pages) Attention! (Mister) Yamamoto
Featuring: True Stories of War Heroes

Comic Story (4 pages) Leathernecks Pull Surprise Attack at Viru Harbor
Featuring: True Stories of War Heroes

Comic Story (4 pages) Ben Warmer, Demon Aerial Gunner
Featuring: True Stories of War Heroes

Comic Story (4 pages) Return to Life
Featuring: True Stories of War Heroes

Comic Story (4 pages) Beyond the Call of Duty
Featuring: True Stories of War Heroes

Comic Story (10 pages)
Featuring: The Music Master
Synopsis: A mysterious train accident on the outskirts of Coronaville interests the Music Master, especially because farm animals found near the scene were either dead or deaf. He discovers the Nazis are using a secret weapon, called the Sound-o-Graff.
Credits: Script: Stephen Douglas | Pencils: Jimmy Thompson | Inks: Jimmy Thompson | Letters: Jimmy Thompson
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Music Master [John Wallace] Downbeat Tango (Downbeat's Pet Dog) Joe (train Engineer, Death) Von Frosch (villain, Death) Wurfel (villain, Death?) Un-named Nazis (villains, Many Die)

Text Story (1 page) Warrior in Underwear
Credits: Script: Charles G. Loeb | Letters: typeset

Public Service Announcement (1 page) The Music Master Gets in the Scrap!
Featuring: The Music Master
Synopsis: Illustrated PSA for the scrap drive.
Credits: Script: Stephen Douglas ?
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Music Master [John Wallace]

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Hydroman
Credits: Pencils: H. C. Kiefer | Inks: H. C. Kiefer
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Hydroman Rainbow Boy

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Man O' Metal
Synopsis: Wade Ferris sends for Pat Dempsey because he is concerned that his business is about to be wrecked because of the coal shortage, and that a plot is afoot to do just that! When Pat appears as a new miner wanting work, he hears about the ghosts of Indians in the mine, but later discovers that the mine may be full of diamonds.
Credits: Pencils: Harry G. Peter | Inks: Harry G. Peter
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Man O' Metal [Pat Dempsey] Wade Ferris (President Of Magatex Steel Company) Nels (coal Miner) Toad Harper (villain, Local Union Boss)

Text Story (1 page) I Faced a One-Man Firing Squad
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (4 pages)
Featuring: Flyin' Jenny
Credits: Script: Frank Wead | Pencils: Russell Keaton | Inks: Russell Keaton
Genre: Adventure War Aviation

Text Story (1 page) Destination: Death
Credits: Letters: typeset

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