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Green_Lama_#7_[Jan'46]-36pg-c2c -HPeters

1-February-2007 1:58 am
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Username: Bob Stump
Comment: Weird Raboy art this issue. Spark Green Lama was a first rate comic company & comic book. Too bad Spark didn't last long. Earlier Green Lama was in Prize Comics -- along with several other costumed heroes and Briefer's Frankenstein. Please somebody upload a / some Prize Comics! Bob
24-March-2007 5:31 pm
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Username: Randall Trent
Comment: My curiosity aroused by the comment "weird Raboy art", I took a chance with this one. What a pleasant surprise! It's on a zipatone type art board, like Roy Crane's Buz Sawyer from around this time, or a lot of Wally Wood. This subdues his art somewhat, since it is of course more tonal and less graphic than usual. But what a great draughtsman Raboy was shines through every panel. Nothing is false or cartoony or exaggerated. Can't praise highly enough, and the scans are good too!
 
 

Issue: #7
Published: January 1946, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Joseph Greene
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Binding: Publishing Format:
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) none
Featuring: Green Lama
Credits: Pencils: Mac Raboy (painted cover) | Inks: Mac Raboy (painted cover) | Colours: Mac Raboy | Letters: Mac Raboy
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Green Lama [Jethro Dumont]

Comic Story (9 pages) The Turn of the Scrooge!
Featuring: The Green Lama
Synopsis: The Lama has to battle a group of thugs hired to dump the catches of the local fishermen because he holds the mortages on the boats, and wants them to literally work for slave wages for him.
Credits: Script: Ken Crossen | Pencils: Mac Raboy | Inks: Mac Raboy | Letters: Rhoda Lewis
Genre: Superhero
Characters: The Green Lama [Jethro Dumont] Tsarong Skivvy Tommy Amos Pinchpenny (villain, Introduction)

Comic Story (6 pages) Merlin Miracles, Inc.
Featuring: Lieutenant Hercules
Synopsis: Wilbur discovers that he has stayed too long in Comic Land and can no longer revert back to his secret identity. Meanwhile, Merlin is approached by a rich couple seeking a servant and conjurs up Attila the Hun to work for them, unaware that Attila will take a liking to the couple's pretty daughter.
Credits: Script: Horace L. Gold | Pencils: Irving Tirman [as Irv Tirman] (signed) | Inks: Irving Tirman [as Irv Tirman] (signed) | Letters: Rhoda Lewis
Genre: Superhero Humor
Characters: Lieutenant Hercules [Wilbur Klutz] Merlin Pierpont Square Attila The Hun (villain)

Text Story (2 pages) Home From the Wars
Synopsis: Back from the Army, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient is offered a new job by his boss: to break the union that had been formed by employees after the war!
Credits: Script: Joseph Greene [as Lawrence Vert] (signed) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Drama
Characters: Matthew Guilfoil Jimmy Collins John Forrest

Comic Story (7 pages) Tuffy Sees Red!
Featuring: The Boy Champions
Synopsis: The boys, after being denied the chance to give blood because they are too young, decide to try and get a Red Cross nurse's fiance to donate himself.
Credits: Script: Joseph Greene | Pencils: Jerry Robinson | Inks: Jerry Robinson | Letters: Rhoda Lewis
Genre: Adventure
Characters: The Boy Champions [Tuffy Mickey Wellington Smith] Phoebe Percy Clark (introduction) Un-named Thugs (villains)

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: Pop Flys
Synopsis: Pop figures that he can settle the problem between Mike and his girl, who think's the fighter is a roughneck.
Credits: Script: Al Liederman (signed) | Pencils: Al Liederman (signed) | Inks: Al Liederman (signed) | Letters: Al Liederman
Genre: Humor Sports
Characters: Mike McTigg Pop Sal

Comic Story (6 pages) Practical Paradoxes
Featuring: Angus McErc
Synopsis: Hitler orders his scientists to create a super weapon of total destruction immediately, and Angus throws a monkey wrench into that plan by allowing the scientist to create the univeral solvent
Credits: Script: Bruce Elliott (signed) | Pencils: George Roussos [as Perry Williams] (signed) | Inks: George Roussos [as Perry Williams] (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Angus Mc Erc [aka Mac Erc] Dr. Von Kracks (villain, Introduction), Adolf Hitler (villain)

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