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Captain Marvel Adventures (1941) - #13
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Rod Reed

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Clarence Charles Beck - 'C.C. Beck'
Peter Anthony Costanza
 

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Cover Date: July 24 1942
Cover Price: US $ 0.10

Issue Tagline: Giant Portrait of Captain Marvel Page 34

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 68 pages

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As is common in the Golden Age, colorists and letterists are not known for any story in this issue, except where indicated otherwise.
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Billy Batson, "Folks, the old Indians who ruled the Western World before us had a strange idea that there was a spirit that started storms! To trace down that legend ws one of the strangest jobs I ever had! It began when Sterling Morris, President of Amalgated Broadcasting, called me to his office and ...

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Remeber the Old Park Gang whose depredations caused Captain Marvel many a headache until they reformed and joined the Captain Marvel Club? They're back again with a new problem for Earth's Mightiest Mortal! This time the trouble isn't a boy who went bad, but a boy who was too good! There's real work for Captain Marvel in the Adventure of the Perfect Gentleman!

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Billy Batson, "A diamond is the hardest thing in the world, folks! Sometimes it can be very hard indeed, especially on your nerves! You may not believe this story, but I'm willing to bet you'll listen!

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Meet Captain "Bring-em-back-alive" Kid, the dauntless big-game hunter of Swatville! "If we had some real live wild animals", Captain Kid reasons, "We could have a circus and charge admission and make some money." He gets his wild animals all rights, but something sort of spoils the circus plans.

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