Rare gems from comic's Golden Age abound, starting off with a great Ken Bald-illustrated story from 1942- the break-up of Bulletman and Bulletgirl!! Then, a MOM newcomer, Quality's National Comics feature, Wonder Boy debuts, as he overturns a submarine to stop Nazi sabatuers. And, Fox Comics Nightbird, not seen anywhere since Green Mask #9, February 1942, comes onto the scene to stop the murderous... Censor!! Fan-favorite Crimebuster gets the nod, as he stops "The Overconfident Con-Man", a story written by Charles Biro, and drawn by Norman Maurer, out of Lev Gleason Pubs' Boy Comics. Fiction House is represented by jungle man (from Jungle Comics- where else?) Ka'anga must hunt the blood spoor of the Phantom Queen- tastefully drawn by Maurice Whitman. Finally, it's dark fantasy from Charlton with Steve Ditko's Mysterious Traveler as he views an "Escape". Black oand white with color Mac Raboy cover .