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Filesize: 43.64 MB
Uploader: Yoc
Downloads: 864
Views: 4618
Scanner: rangerhouse
Edits: Yoc
From the Krankyboy / rangerhouse fund

27-June-2012 11:00 pm
Username: rangerhouse
Comment: Super Tough issue and expensive (the cover will kill you on these catman), I was very lucky to find one in this condition so I could purchase it. LB Cole Issues Scanned, 19 and 20 scanned, so its just a matter of time before we complete the set.
28-June-2012 5:13 pm
Username: Pictorialist
Comment: Thank you so much!!!

Volume: #2, Issue: #6 (19)
Published: September 1943, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 60, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: It has been observed by Frank Motler that the mysterious shift from v3#8 to v2#6 in this title lines up with the shift from v2#4 to v3#9 in Captain Aero Comics. Captain Aero did not put out an issue during the month that Cat-Man put out issue v3#8, so if one theorizes a missing v2#5 for that title, and then a switch in indicia numbering, the numbers suddenly make sense. All of this, however, is speculation. The switch corresponds with the first Et-Es-Go issue of Captain Aero, and the 2nd such issue of Cat-Man, both titles being reclaimed by Frank Temerson's latest company from Holyoke.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Cat-Man
Genre: Superhero
Characters: Cat-Man Deacon Blackout Kitten [Katie Conn] Mickey Adolf Hitler Tojo Mussolini

Comic Story (11 pages) The Two-Faced Terror
Featuring: Cat-Man
Credits: Script: Charles M. Quinlan | Pencils: Charles M. Quinlan (signed) | Inks: Charles M. Quinlan (signed)

Comic Story (7 pages) Vanishing Vagabonds
Featuring: Deacon
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Deacon Mickey Clancy Spike

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Ragman
Characters: Ragman Tiny Jolanti Huber Miss Carter Officer Hart

Comic Story (6 pages) Diamonds for Victory
Featuring: Little Leaders
Credits: Pencils: Charles M. Quinlan | Inks: Charles M. Quinlan

Comic Story (6 pages) The Red Lash
Featuring: Hood
Credits: Pencils: Alan Mandel (signed) | Inks: Alan Mandel (signed)
Characters: Hood Red Lash (villain Introduction)

Text Story (2 pages) Chinatown Trap
Credits: Script: Robert Turner | Letters: typeset
Genre: Crime

Comic Story (7 pages) Death for the Nazis
Featuring: Blackout

Comic Story (6 pages) The Well-Cooked Cook
Credits: Pencils: C. R. Schaare (signed) | Inks: C. R. Schaare (signed)

Comic Story (4 pages) Hog-Bound
Credits: Pencils: C. R. Schaare (signed) | Inks: C. R. Schaare (signed)

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