Marvel Mystery Comics #9

Marvel Mystery Comics #9 By Carl Burgos Bill Everett John Compton Ray Gill Joe Simon Alex Schomburg, Marvel Mystery Comics None
  • Title: Marvel Mystery Comics #9
  • Author: Carl Burgos Bill Everett John Compton Ray Gill Joe Simon Alex Schomburg
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Paperback
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      Max Finkelstein created Jim Hamond, the Human Torch, for Timely Comics later evolved into the Marvel Comics in 1939, using the pen name Carl Burgos He also created the Thunderer for Daring Mystery Comics Both series were published by Timely Comics, the forerunner of Marvel He was drafted in 1942 and did mostly commercial art in subsequent years, occasionally drawing science fiction stories for Marvel, by that time known as Atlas He also drew the first story featuring the Beetle Abner Jenkins in Strange Tales 123, starring Johnny Storm, the second Human Torch Two years later, Marvel published a battle between the two Human Torches, resulting in the death of Jim Hamond Although his daughter tried to preserve as much as possible, Burgos set fire to much of the Human Torch materials he had retained from the 1940s considering the story an excuse to reassert trademark on a character they were not using simply to spite him.

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