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Jack Armstrong 013 (c2c)

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from a book in the IRA Collection
Issue: #13
Published: September 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Harold Schwartz
Color: Color Cover; Color Interior Dimensions: Issues #1-8 Are 7.5" X 10.875" (taller Than Standard Comics); #9-13 Are 7.5" X 10.375" (standard Golden Age Size) Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Deadline for Death!
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong Billy Fairfield Betty Fairfield

Comic Story (1 page) Did You Know?
Featuring: Sports Shorts
Synopsis: Five sport facts.
Credits: Pencils: Phil Berube (signed) | Inks: Phil Berube (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Sports
Characters: Babe Ruth Bob Feller Gene Tunney Hans Kolehmainen Man O' War (horse)

Comic Story (8 pages) Message from the Past
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Credits: Inks: Bill Elder
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong Jim Fairfield Billy Fairfield

Comic Story (7 pages) The Case That Hung by a Hair
Featuring: Vic Hardy's Crime Lab
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Vic Hardy

Comic Story (8 pages) Deadline for Death!
Featuring: Jack Armstrong
Synopsis: Mike O'Hara has contracted with Harry Durant's mob to borrow oil-drilling equipment. If he doesn't strike oil in six months, Durrant gets his property. As the deadline nears, O'Hara is near striking oil and Durrant wants to make sure he doesn't do it before the deadline.
Credits: Inks: Bill Elder
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Jack Armstrong Jim Fairfield Billy Fairfield Betty Fairfield Mike O'Hara

Text Story (2 pages) Enemy of the Outlaws - Burt Mossman
Synopsis: Arizona Ranger Burt Mossman rides undercover with rustlers to gather evidence against them.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Burt Mossman Augustine Chacon Bart Alvord Billy Stiles

Advertisement (0 pages) Play Baseball in your Home Now!
Featuring: Casey on the Mound
Credits: Pencils: ? (photo) | Inks: ? (photo) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (5 pages) The Initiation
Featuring: Billy Fairfield's Cartoons of his Own Misdaventures
Synopsis: The Lettermen's Club is planning an initiation ceremony and the principal gets caught in the middle of it.
Credits: Pencils: Vic Herman | Inks: Vic Herman
Genre: Humor
Characters: Billy Fairfield Principal Elmer Q. Fuddy

Advertisement (1 page) Lou Boudreau
Featuring: Wheaties; General Mills
Synopsis: Profile of Lou Boudreau, player-manager of the Cleveland Indians, 1948 World Series champs.
Characters: Lou Boudreau

Advertisement (1 page) Can You Find the Secret Clues to Monark's Popularity?
Featuring: Monark Bicycles
Credits: Letters: typeset

Foreword, Introduction, Preface, Afterword (1 page) The Automobile Race from New York to Paris
Featuring: Sports Shorts
Synopsis: Summary of a 1908 auto race from New York to Paris, via San Francisco and Siberia.
Credits: Pencils: Phil Berube | Inks: Phil Berube
Genre: Sports
Characters: George Schuster

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page) One of These Swell Magazines Is Just for You
Featuring: Parents' Magazine Press
Credits: Letters: typeset

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