Action Comics #18

    Action Comics » Action Comics #18 - The Atlantis Mystery released by DC Comics on November 1939.

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    When a senator is blackmailed, Superman must stop the culprits before it hits the newspapers!

    1. Untitled Superman story (Siegel/Cassidy) A sleazy newspaper editor, working with blackmailers, kidnaps and drugs a senator. Then they photograph him at a roadhouse with a lady of dubious morals. Superman stops the presses - literally - and chases the blackmailers out of town.
    2. Untitled Pep Morgan story (Fox/Guardineer)
    3. Untitled Chuck Dawson story (Fleming)
    4. Untitled Clip Carson story (Finger/Kane)
    5. "Flying Fool" [text story]
    6. Untitled Tex Thomson story (Baily)
    7. Untitled Three Aces story (Christman) - First appearance of the Three Aces.
    8. "The Atlantis Mystery" (Fox/Guardineer) featuring Zatara



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    Superman in a Very Believable Crime Story 0

    In this issue of Action Comics, 'Daily Star' reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane agree not to publish the story of a woman's suicide attempt for the sake of her family. However, Gene Powers, gossip columnist for the 'Morning Herald' publishes the story anyway, leading to a scuffle between Kent and Powers in a local restaurant.Meanwhile, Senator Hastings, who's up for reelection comes across a woman in the road following his departure from a campaign event. She claims to be the survivor of an acci...

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