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Home Magazine Enterprises Major Inapak the Space Ace 001 (diff ver)
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Many of you have probably seen this comic before, but some may not have. It is a 1951 giveaway comic promoting a chocolate powder to be added to milk; a Nestle's Quick or Bosco-type product.

The comic is drawn by comic great Bob Powell, and it is VERY well done indeed. A real joy to behold, and a fun-if juvenile-read as well.

One thing it is not is rare. Apparently, a warehouse full of them was found, and a copy can be obtained relatively cheaply.

18-November-2019 9:49 pm
Username: Yoc
Comment: glammazon tells us: "Major Inapak was the spokesman for Inapak Chocolate Milk, a drink that was billed as the latest great discovery of mankind; it was supposed to have had 11 vitamins and 8 minerals."

Issue: #1
Published: 1951, Price: 0.00 FREE, Pages: 20, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: One-shot
Notes: Produced and copyrighted, 1951, by Magazine Enterprises, New York, N. Y. Publication date from the copyright date. A premium offered with Inapak powdered drink mix. This title is not related to Magazine Enterprises' Space Ace (Magazine Enterprises, 1952 Series ) title.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Major Inapak the Space Ace
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Major Inapak Robin John Roxtyl

Comics-form Advertising (1 page) What Was the World's Greatest Discovery?
Featuring: Inapak
Synopsis: A cartoon listing of the world's greatest discoveries; writing, the wheel, the electric bulb, flying, television, and the atom bomb and how it compared to Inapak.
Credits: Script: ? (ad copy) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction History
Characters: Boy Girl Cave Man

Comic Story (13 pages)
Featuring: Major Inapak the Space Ace
Synopsis: The Master Rocketeer relates a story to children. In 1982, just as the East and West blocs were about to attack each other from space, Earth was threatened from the Moon. Robin stowed away in a repurposed attack rocket in which Major Inapak was sent to investigate. They found the Earth under attack from a previously unknown planet, hidden behind the Moon. With the help of a friendly lunar creature, they reversed the planet-destroying weapon, wiping out the attackers, and returned to Earth.
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Major Inapak Robin John [the Old Master Rocketeer] Roxtyl Joe Colonel President Moonglow

Comic Story (3 pages) Science Sidelights
Featuring: Major Inapak
Synopsis: Major Inapak demonstrates several household science experiments, wrapping up with a promotion for Inapak.
Genre: Non-fiction Math and Science
Characters: Major Inapak Robin John

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Major Inapak
Credits: Script: ? (ad copy)
Genre: Sports
Characters: Major Inapak Drum Majorette Baseball Player Diver Skier

Advertisement (1 page) Inapak
Featuring: Major Inapak
Credits: Script: ? (ad copy)
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Major Inapak

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Home Magazine Enterprises Major Inapak the Space Ace 001 (diff ver)
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