Pep Comics #1

    Pep Comics » Pep Comics #1 - G-Man Extraordinary released by Archie Comics on January 1940.

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    1. G-Man Extraordinary Featuring The Shield

    2. The Coming of the Comet Featuring The Comet

    3. The Road Contract Featuring Jocko

    4. Introducing Sgt. Boyle Featuring Sgt. Boyle

    5. The Rocket Lands Featuring Queen of Diamonds

    6. Duel with the Dragon Featuring Fu Chang

    7. Murderer's Brew

    8. Mystery of the Mayfair Monster Featuring Bentley of Scotland Yard

    9. Klondike Cafe Robbed Featuring Press Guardian

    10. The Rivalry Featuring Midshipman

    11. A Boxer Is Born Featuring Kayo Ward

    *The Shield was the very first patriotic super hero appearing on newsstands in late 1939, while second stringer the Comet would become the first super hero to die in his own strip. But MLJ's quirky heroes would soon be overshadowed and replaced by Archie Andrews and his pals.


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                         In It's earliest Incarnation Archie comics was also known as MLJ and it featured many of the earliest Super-Hero characters. Sadly, over time the publisher would change it's focus and Archie Andrews and his gang would run the superheroes out of the book.      Welcome to the first exciting issue of PEP Comics, with lead feature and granddaddy of the Comic Book patriotic heroes The Shield, Joe Higgins is assigned and dispatched by what see...

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