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Centaur Publications published Amazing-Man Comics, created by Bill Everett and Lloyd Jacquet, in September 1939.  This comic featured the adventures of John Aman alias Amazing Man.

Amazing-Man Comics ran from issue #5 to #26, ending the series in February 1942.
Amazing-Man Comics #5 was the first issue of this comic.  The reason Centaur started at issue 5 was to create the illusion that the character had been around for a few months.  People had become reluctant to buy a first issue back in the golden age of comics because there was a good chance the character in the first issue would never be seen again.



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Centaur Publications Brings us Amazing Man Comics! Continued directly  from the pages of Stars&Stripes #6 at long last Amazing-Man in his own series!   The Story:The first story in this issue is the origin of John Amon the Amazing Man! We learn how he was chosen as an orphaned child by Tibetan monks who plan to help him develop into a Superhuman who can dominate the world. After twenty-Five years of training Amazing Man or A-Man or Green Mist as he is also known is ready to strike out a...

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