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V Comics (1942) comic books

  • Issue #1
    V Comics (1942) 1
    Published Jan 1942 by Fox.
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split to cover and first wrap (partially taped). Some Spine splitting to internal wraps. Tape to cover and internal pages. Oxidation.
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    Stories by Jay Foster and others. Art by Roland "Ramona" Patenaude, Mark Howell, John Owen and Dennis O'Casey. Cover by Roland "Ramona" Patenaude. World War II-era patriotic heroics from Fox Feature, inspired by the V for Victory campaign of the time. Killed by Nazis, American soldier Jerry Steele is revived by folk magic and the mystical V Pledge to fight on as V-Man, aided by teen sidekicks the V-Boys on his ring radio; The Black Fury, who resembles The Black Terror, battles cocaine smugglers; A vengeful American joins the French Resistance during Nazi occupation. V-Boys Fight To Win; The Tube of the Creeping Death; Black Fury: The Cocaine Concentrate Case; Ten Thousand Volts; V-Agents: The True Story of Jean Hopper, V-Agent 13; Queen of Evil: The Salvation of Dr. Redder; Banshee: The Crimson Abbot. 64 pages, Full Color. NOTE: Cover commonly attributed to "Ramona" Patenaude, considered one of the few female Golden Age artists. However, she does not exist. The cover is by Roland Patenaude. It is unknown how and when this incorrect attribution began. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    V Comics (1942) 2
    Published Mar 1942 by Fox.

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    Stories by Jay Foster and others. Art by Roland "Ramona" Patenaude, Mark Howell, Warren King and Dennis O'Casey. Cover by Roland "Ramona" Patenaude. World War II-era patriotic heroics from Fox Feature, inspired by the V for Victory campaign of the time. Ginger and V-Man undertake a dangerous assignment in the Free French colony of Dakra, but the Nazis recognize Ginger; A magical ruby brings the evil Athor back to life; The Banshee intervenes when a wealthy man's heirs dishonor his last wishes. V-Man: Horror of the Dungeons; The Black Fury; Radio Roundup (text story); The V-Agents of Liberty; The Queen of Evil; The Banshee: Cursed Wealth; Yank Wilson. Final issue of the series. 64 pages, Full Color. NOTE: Cover commonly attributed to "Ramona" Patenaude, considered one of the few female Golden Age artists. However, she does not exist. The cover is by Roland Patenaude. It is unknown how and when this incorrect attribution began. Cover price $0.10.