Amazing-Man addendum

Today we reviewed Amazing-Man. Here, direct from 1939, is his first appearance in Amazing-Man Comics #5:

(Some sources believe that Amazing-Man Comics inherited its numbering from Motion Picture Funnies Weekly, which only ever printed one test issue, but had proofs for the covers of issues #2 - #4 as well. Other than the coincidental numbers, there's no hard evidence for this.)

Pages courtesy the Digital Comic Museum, which has scans of hundreds of old public domain comicbooks.

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3 Responses to Amazing-Man addendum

  1. Friginator says:

    Yeah, sure, Superman and Batman are cool and all, but I always wanted to read about a guy with the skill and precision of a mongoose.

    • yo go re says:

      "A chained man in his underwear, ready to bite any snake that comes near him" sounds like something you'd find on a MUCH different site...

  2. Sean_C says:

    The Great Question is like Cobra Commander and the Riddler had a telepathic child and it was raised by monks.

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