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Blue Circle Comics (1944) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 1
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    Stories and art by Bill Allison, Harold Delay, Jack Warren, and Henry Kiefer. Masked heroes face Axis forces in this WWII-era adventure series. A wave of hijackings is investigated by costumed hero Blue Circle, who is advised by a secret council of seven reformed criminals, in an innovative twist. Redheaded journalist Gail Porter talks a suicidal man down from a bridge, and helps the handsome stranger investigate gangsters in the city government, in an early action-girl story. Maureen Marine has Little Nemo-like adventures and becomes the new Queen of the kingdom under the sea, in a story with some lovely fantasy art by Harold Delay. Blue Circle: What Is the Blue Circle?; Gail Porter, Girl Photographer; The Toreador; Maureen Marine; Driftwood Davey; The Steel Fist; Black Killer; Slaphappy Grandpappy; Wacky Cracks. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 2
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    • Centerfold detached at single center staple and glued into place. Cover coming loose at single center staple.

    Stories and art by Bill Allison, Harold Delay, Jack Warren, and Henry Kiefer. Masked heroes face Axis forces in this WWII-era adventure series. In his civilian identity as a wartime production steelworker, Steel Fist witnesses fellow workers being hypnotized into sabotage by the music over the PA system. Maureen Marine has Little Nemo-like adventures as the new Queen of the kingdom under the sea, in a story with some lovely fantasy art by Harold Delay. In another story that's a sign of its times, Slaphappy Grandpappy tries to hire a maid, but all the nearby women are working in wartime production factories. Blue Circle; Gail Porter, Girl Photographer: Werewolf of Woonsocket; The Toreador; Maureen Marine; Driftwood Davey; The Steel Fist: Music Madness; Dangerous Pay; Slaphappy Grandpappy. 52 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 3

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    Stories and art by Bill Allison, Leo Morey, Jack Warren, and Henry Kiefer. Masked heroes face Axis forces in this WWII-era adventure series. Redheaded journalist and action girl Gail Porter gets involved with Hans, a German POW who doesn't believe in Nazism, and figures it out when a fugitive war criminal switches places with him. Maureen Marine and Father Neptune discover a mysterious world within an ice cave while on their way to visit Davey Jones. Western hero The Toreador realizes that inept bandits are part of a plot to cause war between ranchers and farmers. Plus an anti-Hitler cover, possibly by Harold Delay. Blue Circle: The Soda Pop Murder!; Gail Porter, Girl Photographer; Toreador; Maureen Marine; Driftwood Davey; The Steel Fist; Smart Act; Slaphappy Grandpappy. 52 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $999 Blue Circle Comics #3 - Rural Home 1944 CGC 2.0 Hitler an as octopus.
  • Issue #4
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 4
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    Stories and art by Jack Warren and others. Sometimes listed as Blue Circle Comics Vol. 2 #1. Masked heroes face Axis forces in this WWII-era adventure series. A convicted female killer manages to switch places with journalist and action girl Gail Porter, leaving Gail stuck in prison while she roams free. As Queen of Atlantis, Maureen Marine gets to ride in the Undersea Derby, but the proceedings are disrupted when the Miro Men take Maureen captive. Slaphappy Grandpappy takes First Aid as part of his WWII homefront civic service, but he winds up as a dummy for the young women in his class to practice bandaging. Blue Circle: The Case of the Gambling Fool!; Gail Porter, Girl Photographer: Assignment to the Tombs; Toreador; Maureen Marine; Driftwood Davey; The Steel Fist: The Race Track Rats; Partners; Slaphappy Grandpappy. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 5

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    Cover by Harry Sahle. Stories and art by Jack Warren and others. Sometimes listed as Blue Circle Comics Vol. 2 #2. Offbeat heroes like Steel Fist, Gail Porter and Driftwood Davey star in this adventure series. While shopping for jewelry, journalist and action girl Gail Porter stumbles on a diamond-smuggling ring. The war above comes to Atlantis in the form of a Nazi U-boat, as the Maureen Marine strip shifts from light fantasy into wartime action. Hoboes Driftwood Davey and Iron Head get mixed up with gangsters while trying to make a few bucks for books and food on the San Francisco streets. Blue Circle: The Case of the Gambling Fool!; Gail Porter, Girl Photographer: The Mexican Diamonds!; Toreador; Maureen Marine: U-Boat Number 777; Driftwood Davey; The Steel Fist: Time Out for Sabotage!; Salt of the Earth; Slaphappy Grandpappy; 'Tenshun!. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6COLOSSAL
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 6COLOSSAL
    Published Apr 1945 by Enwin.

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    Cover by Harry Sahle. Contents do not match cover. The sixth issue of this run consisted of a new cover used to recover different remaindered comics dating from the late 1940's to early 1950's and several variations exist. This variation contains the remaindered comic - Colossal Features Magazine (1950) #3 - and it was re-covered by the publisher, Rural, without page 1 of the first story. Gangster Bugsy Siegel gets rubbed out after making Las Vegas into a world-famous Sin City. Stage magician Gene Simpson supplements his artistic income by turning to crime. Escaped convicts inspire a statewide manhunt after killing a Florida cop. Turn of the Wheel: The Crime Packed Career of Bugsy Siegal; Gene Simpson: The Mad Houdini; The Hurricane; The Great Florida Manhunt; Who Killed Bert Halliday? 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6MARTINKANE
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 6MARTINKANE
    Published Apr 1945 by Enwin.

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    Contents do not match cover. The sixth issue of this run consisted of a new cover used to recover different remaindered comics dating from the late 1940's to early 1950's and several variations exist. This variation contains the remaindered comic - Martin Kane - Private Eye #nn - and it was re-covered by the publisher, Rural, without page 1 of the first story. This was probably intended to be the third issue of the Martin Kane (1950 Fox) series, but it was never published. It includes the following Martin Kane stories: "Case of the Royal Rubies", "Ballad of Death", & "The King of Blackmail", plus a 2 page detective text story. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6MURDERINC
    Blue Circle Comics (1944) 6MURDERINC
    Published Apr 1945 by Enwin.
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    Cover by Harry Sahle. Contents do not match cover. The sixth issue of this run consisted of a new cover used to recover different remaindered comics dating from the late 1940's to early 1950's and several variations exist. This variation contains the remaindered comic - Murder Incorporated (1948 1st Series) #14 - and it was re-covered by the publisher, Rural, without page 1 of the first story. Murder Incorporated was one of the more notorious pre-Code crime comics. Despite the nickname, Jack Gregory is no gentleman. Adam Richetti is a bank robber notorious for joining forces with Pretty Boy Floyd in the 1930s, when both he and Floyd are implicated in the Kansas City Massacre. "Gentleman" Jack Gregory; Bill Hale...King of the Murderers; Jungle Thirst; Trigger-Happy Richetti. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.