In the first three issues of 1941-1942, the title cycled through humor, adventure, and war covers; characters from here such as Master Key and Rocketgirl were then reappeared for one issue #8, which is believed to be quite remarkable. So, by the way, the VG will be up for auction in the 2022 July 3-4 Sunday & Monday Comic Books select Auction #122227.
Master Key and Rocketman are some of the most sought-after talents in the world, with only one wavelength. Unlike Cyclops, Ray Cardell had a unique and complex concept that would become a Chesler trademark. He soon discovered that his eyes had exploded, giving him the ability to perceive objects and people inside, even at an unusual distance. Though Master Key had a lot of control over this ability, it was unlikely that his ability to reveal secrets was revealed.
Rocketman and Rocketgirl were fairly traditional science fiction jetpack-powered superheroes, although their adventures often included horror overtones. It''s a very difficult comic to get in any grade, but there''s a nice looking (Chesler, 1942) Condition: VG is up for auction in the 2022 July 3-4 Sunday & Monday Comic Books Select Auction #122227 from Heritage Auctions.
Condition: VG.Master Key cover, Rocketman, Rocketgirl, and Rocket Boy. Reprints #2''s injury-to-eye story. Overstreet 2021 VG 4.0 value = $220.
Scoop Comics #8 (Irwin Rubin, 1944) Condition: FR.Last issue of the title. Was previously Yankee Comics, and becomes Snap Comics with the next issue. George Tuska and Charles Sultan art. Spine split, front cover detached. Overstreet 2021 GD 2.0 value = $68.
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