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Lightning Comics Vol. 1 (1940) comic books

  • Issue #4
    Lightning Comics Vol. 1 (1940) 4

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    Harry Lucey cover. Cover states "Formerly SURE-FIRE COMICS". Numbering continues from Sure-Fire Comics (1940) #3B. In order of appearance: "'Flash' Lightning"; "The Raven"; "X the Phantom Fed"; "Ace McCoy"; "Hap Hazard"; "Marvo the Magician and Tito"; and "Whiz Wilson and His Futuroscope". "The Golden Siesta" illustrated text story by Clint Douglas. Indicia states: "LIGHTNING COMICS, formerly Sure-Fire Comics". 68 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Lightning Comics Vol. 1 (1940) 5
    • Interior complete. Mold. Cover and centerfold detached. Water damage. Staple rust, rust migration.
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout. Graded by MCS, not consignor.
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    Jim Mooney cover. Cover states "Formerly SURE-FIRE COMICS". In order of appearance: "Famous Daredevils of History: Norman Prince"; "Flash Lightning" art by Jim Mooney; "The Raven"; "Hap Hazard" art by Jack Alderman, reprinted in Hap Hazard Comics (1944) #2; "Marvo the Magician and Tito" art by Jack Binder; "Ace McCoy" art by Maurice Gutwirth; and "Whiz Wilson and His Futuroscope". "Smoke Burnham, One-Man Fire Department" in-house comic advertisement for Super Mystery Comics Vol. 2 (1941). "Brother of Doom" text story by Roy Carter. Indicia states: "LIGHTNING COMICS, formerly Sure-Fire Comics". 68 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Lightning Comics Vol. 1 (1940) 6

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    Jim Mooney cover. In order of appearance: "Famous Daredevils of History: William Wellman" art by Al McWilliams; "Flash Lightning" art by Jim Mooney; "The Raven"; "Rx Doctor Nemesis" art by Harry Anderson; "Hap Hazard" art by Jack Alderman; "Marvo the Magician and Tito"; and "Whiz Wilson". "Fall Guy" in-house comic advertisement for Super Mystery Comics Vol. 2 (1941). "Trigger Trap" text story by Cliff Howe. Indicia states: "LIGHTNING COMICS, formerly Sure-Fire Comics". 68 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.