Peter Chefren, strange visitor from a parallel Earth where ancient Egypt conquered the globe and established a dynasty, uses his powers, intellect and technology to combat crime as The Sphinx.
In “The Deeds of the Doomsayer” a diabolical fiend has transplanted the brains of condemned killers into powerful robot bodies and only the Adventure Ace can stop them!
Meanwhile, the Blitz battles a criminal with the power to transform anything into glass in “The Amazing Menace of Pain Glass.”
The Atomic Sub stands alone against War, Death, Famine and Pestilence in “The Four SeaHorsemen of the Apocalypse.”
Plus a classic Dr Weird reprint from the pages of Star-Studded Comics- “The Slaves of the She Beast.”
Nat Gertler, Mark Lewis
The Golden Age Pt 1 – Introducing the Golden Age versions of the Big Bang universe. Reprints the first ever Big Bang and Knight Watchman story from Caliber Press’ long out of print Berzerker #1, the Watchman meets a time obsessed villain in “The Time Crimes of Grandfather Clock”.
Thunder Girl battles a giant robot and meets the nefarious Dr. Binana for the first time in “The Robber Robot” and Dr. Weird’s tireless battle with the supernatural brings him face to face with “The Curse of the Mummy”.
Galahad’s hunt for the assassin known as Headhunter leads him to New York City and a confrontation
with Shredder and the Foot Clan that he loses. The former Kid Whiz’s body is dumped into a sewer
where it is fished out by Master Splinter and the TMNT. Also, when a commercial airliner carrying
Reid and Jerry Randall to a vacation in Japan crashes outside of Tokyo, the Watchman finds himself in
an unwanted duel with local hero Koichi Kanzaki, who wants to make a name for himself in
Knight Watchman must track down a demented architect who has escaped from Wertham Asylum to
destroy a skyscraper being built from his old blueprint in
Savage Dragon vs the Time Bomber Part 1. When Chicago’s supercop Savage Dragon finds himself with a “timebomb” strapped to his chest, he is hurled on a journey through time, meeting up with the great Big Bang heroes and villains of the past, present and future.
A novel length epic
Savage Dragon vs the Time Bomber Part 2. Cover by Rich Buckler
Savage Dragon’s journey through the Big Bang past, present and future continues.
Cover by Rich Buckler
Dr Weird’s Journal of Mystery – Dr Weird’s pursuit of evil conjurer Lemuel Brisbane leads them both into Killbuck Swamp, the domain of the demon named Bauggroth, a.k.a. Bog, Swamp Monster in “Terror In The Swamp.”
The Blitz is on the trail of a Nazi spy who is murdering elderly Americans and stealing their savings when things take a supernatural turn in “Clickity Split.”
Dr Weird returns in “The Sorcerer’s Death Wish!” to witness a confrontation between the sorcerer, a vampire and a werewolf.
Finally, the Knight Watchman trails a robber into into an abandoned Victorian mansion rumored to be haunted.
cover by Steve Bissette
Thunder Girl’s friend Professor Eureka has invented a pocket watch that can open a portal in time but it is missing. Thunder Girl faces Orville Wright, Vikings and even a dinosaur while trying to destroy the dangerous invention.
Meanwhile, in 1947 the world was recovering from war. The need for heroes had waned and many of America’s finest had let down their guard, but one gal hadn’t relaxed… she was the Shadow Lady!
The manhunter known as The Absolute is back and he’s been arrested for trying to assassinate a Presidential candidate. Or has he?
Plus How To Draw Ultiman by top artist Jeff Weigel, a fact file on Bog Swamp Demon from last issue, and Johnny Ruckus & Monster Patrol star in “Dangerous Spooky Theater.”
Who is killing the great voice talents of radio-land in 1947? Shadow Lady aims to find out in