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Blue_Beetle_#13 [Aug'42][Fox]-68pg-c2c Often shared online as #12 for some stupid reason - check the IFC to verify your scan.
1-January-2009 1:56 am
Apparently the same scan as what is listed as BB12, but with a better, unaltered cover.
31-July-2009 10:57 am
if you check the inside front cover you will find that all versions of #12 currently being shared are actually #13 as I mentioned in the description above.
23-November-2011 10:10 pm
4 or 5 mediocre Blue Beetles but the V Man (patriotically dressed spy chaser etc) was nice, with a well drawn baddie. The final story, Spark Stevens by Joe Kubert about two hard socking sailors was crude and rather grotesque and reminded me a little of Paul Cadmus' sailors. Definitely an interesting story in an offbeat sense.
Issue: #13 Published: August 1942, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Charles Quinlan
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Cover (1 page)
Pencils: Allen Ulmer (signed) | Inks: Allen Ulmer (signed)
A mortally wounded Agent V-19 tells the rest of the V-Group he has found the location of the radio station that is broadcasting defense secrets. V-Man joins Agents V-66 and Ginger Dare in capturing Schutz, the German commander.
Script: ? [as Jay Foster] | Inks: Ramona Patenaude ?