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    House ad for Mystic Comics #3 and Daring Mystery Comics #5. “Here’s some news that’s twice as good!”

    House ad for Mystic Comics #3 and Daring Mystery Comics #5. “Here’s some news that’s twice as good!”

    — 4 months ago with 51 notes
    #house ad  #Mystic Comics  #daring mystery comics  #falcon  #blue blaze 
    Daring Mystery Comics #6, September 1940.

    Daring Mystery Comics #6, September 1940.

    — 5 months ago with 22 notes
    #daring mystery comics  #marvel boy  #timely 
    From Daring Mystery Comics #7. By Carl Burgos and John Compton. One of the nicer Burgos layouts, don’t you think?What would you like to talk about first—the thick lines around the suits in panels two and three, the fact that one of the newspapers is called The Tatler, or the way the blonde guy in green looks like he’s just realized he’s at the wrong party and is going to sneak out quietly?

    From Daring Mystery Comics #7. By Carl Burgos and John Compton. One of the nicer Burgos layouts, don’t you think?

    What would you like to talk about first—the thick lines around the suits in panels two and three, the fact that one of the newspapers is called The Tatler, or the way the blonde guy in green looks like he’s just realized he’s at the wrong party and is going to sneak out quietly?

    — 1 year ago with 34 notes
    #Daring Mystery Comics  #Carl Burgos 

    Details from the cover of Daring Mystery Comics #7. Art by Joe Simon.

    — 1 year ago with 31 notes
    #Daring Mystery Comics  #Joe Simon 
    "Whirlwind Carter of the Interplanetary Secret Service" by C.C. Starr, aka Fletcher Hanks. From Daring Mystery Comics #5, 1940.

    "Whirlwind Carter of the Interplanetary Secret Service" by C.C. Starr, aka Fletcher Hanks. From Daring Mystery Comics #5, 1940.

    — 1 year ago with 22 notes
    #Fletcher Hanks  #Daring Mystery Comics