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From the JVJ Collection.
Issue: #25
Published: September 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Ned Pines [as N. L. Pines]
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Interior; Glossy Cover Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Copyright, 1945, by Nedor Publishing Company.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Alex Schomburg (signed) | Inks: Alex Schomburg (signed)
Genre: War
Characters: Commander "Bus" Miller Marcus Whitman Captain John Davis Commander Bulkeley Coronado

Table Of Contents (1 page) Table of Contents

Comic Story (4 pages) Sgt. Martin Schreck, The Indestructible Yank
Featuring: Sgt. Martin Schreck
Synopsis: "The Germans put up some stiff resistance in the Cassino area of the Italian front, but they discovered they were up against men made of stern stuff when fellows like Sergeant Martin Schreck moved in upon them." [from table of contents]
Genre: War
Characters: Sgt. Martin Schreck

Comic Story (6 pages) Captain John Davis, Skipper of the Seven Seas
Featuring: Captain John Davis
Synopsis: "Captain John Davis set out on many odysseys of adventure in the Sixteenth Century, and they carried him from the Arctic waters North of Canada to the tropical shores of the Indies, proving the hardihood of English seamen." [per table of contents]
Genre: Adventure Historical
Characters: Captain John Davis Sir Francis Walsingham Queen Elizabeth Dr. Dee Sir Edward Sir Walter

Comic Story (4 pages) Bulkeley of the Endicott
Featuring: Commander Bulkeley
Synopsis: "The Mediterranean Sea was the scene of the latest headline exploit of the famous American Naval hero, and he proved that he is just as capable on the quarterdeck of a destroyer as he is when skippering a P.T. boat." [per table of contents]
Genre: War
Characters: Commander John D. Bulkeley

Comic Story (7 pages) Skanderbeg, Hero of the Balkans
Featuring: Skanderbeg
Synopsis: "More than five hundred years ago, this national hero of Albania led his valiant countrymen in their first war against oppression and established a tradition that still burns in the hearts of modern Albanians." [per table of contents]
Genre: Historical War
Characters: Skanderbeg [George Also As Iskander Bey] Ismet Bey Janos Hunyadi

Text Story (3 pages) Man of Honor
Featuring: Felix Ehrenhaft
Synopsis: "Felix Ehrenhaft, heroic Viennese scientist, realized the importance of the sacred trust placed in him - and defied the Nazis despite grim threats of violence, fierce torture and Storm Trooper brutality." [per table of contents]
Credits: Script: Michael O'Brien | Pencils: Michael O'Brien ? | Inks: Michael O'Brien ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: War
Characters: Felix Ehrenhaft

Comic Story (3 pages) The Mighty McGee
Featuring: Mike McGee
Synopsis: "Mike McGee liked to be known as just another G.I. Joe, but his was the spirit that sparked scores of his buddies when they were up against Hitler's vaunted panzer units on the Caen front of the Normandy Beachhead a week after D-Day." [per table of contents]
Genre: War
Characters: Mike McGee

Comic Story (6 pages) Marcus Whitman, Blazer of the Oregon Trail
Featuring: Marcus Whitman
Synopsis: "This sturdy pioneer knew the importance of settlement in Washington, Oregon and the other Northwestern states, and he had the courage and skill to open up vast stretches of territory for the American people." [per table of contents]
Genre: Historical Western-frontier
Characters: Marcus Whitman (dies) Alicia Whitman (dies) Running Bear

Comic Story (4 pages) Commander "Bus" Miller, Ace of the Reluctant Raiders
Featuring: Commander "Bus" Miller
Synopsis: "He was the ace of the "Reluctant Raiders," but he would be the first one to agreee that the other boys in his Liberator were also important figures in smashing Jap resistance in the Southwest Pacific. A thrilling air saga." [per table of contents]
Credits: Pencils: Everett Raymond Kinstler | Inks: Everett Raymond Kinstler
Genre: War
Characters: Commander "Bus" Miller

Comic Story (6 pages) Coronado
Featuring: Francisco Coronado
Synopsis: "Gold for the King of Spain, Gold for the Viceroy of Mexico. These were the lures, but Francisco Coronado opened up great prospects in the Southwest that have contributed a good deal more than yellow metal to America." [per table of contents]
Genre: Adventure Historical
Characters: Francisco Coronado Esteban Friar Marcos

Comic Story (5 pages) The G.I. General
Featuring: Private Theodore Bachenheimer
Synopsis: "The strange but true story of how Private Theodore Bachenheimer became the commanding officer of Netherlands guerrilla forces, and suddenly found himself concluding important military decisions for the Allies in Western Europe." [per table of contents]
Genre: War
Characters: Private Theodore Bachenheimer Major Kennedy

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