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Home Quality GI Combat GI Combat 020 (33 of 36pgs)
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G.I. Combat #20, Quality Comics (1952 Series) January 1955
36 pages; saddle-stitched, full color on newsprint; $0.10.

Scanned by narfstar from a coverless copy in his collection; edited and posted by builderboy. 33 of 36 pages. Four features plus a text story, including one by Pete Morisi.
Issue: #20
Published: January 1955, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Alfred Grenet; Richard Arnold (associate editor); Everett M. Arnold (general manager)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S.; Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright 1954 by Comic Magazines.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Doomed Legion
Credits: Pencils: Dick Dillin | Inks: Chuck Cuidera | Letters: typeset
Genre: War

Comic Story (8 pages) The Doomed Legion
Synopsis: A battalion of US troops try to help the French hold an outpost in Indo-China. Surrounded, outnumbered, and low on munitions, these men learn true grit to hold on until help can arrive.
Credits: Pencils: Charles Nicholas | Inks: Charles Nicholas ? | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: War

Comic Story (6 pages) Prison Camp Slaughter
Synopsis: Some panicked G.I.s decide that surrender is better than certain death in battle. After all, how bad can the Communist prison camps be? They learn, to their regret, that their seemingly enlighted captors are really heartless butchers.
Credits: Script: Robert Bernstein | Pencils: Pete Morisi | Inks: Pete Morisi
Genre: War

Comic Story (7 pages) Death Trap
Synopsis: G.I.'s on furlough in Berlin go out for a good time, but fall prey to a Nazi sympathizers, who drug and sneak them across enemy lines. They must fight their way back to freedom and vengeance.
Credits: Pencils: Louis Ravielli | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: War

Comic Story (6 pages) Behind Enemy Lines
Synopsis: A paratrooper, uncertain of his own valor, goes afoul on his first mission. Alone and wounded behind enemy lines, he is aided by a young boy who looks up to him. The G.I. must find the bravery within him when the enemy closes in on him and the boy.
Credits: Pencils: Robert Q. Sale | Inks: Robert Q. Sale | Letters: Sam Rosen
Genre: War

Text Story (1 page) Sling-Shot Grenades
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: War

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