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The Green Mask: Volume 1, Issue 1

By Frehm, Walter

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Book Id: WPLBN0002102740
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 31 MB
Reproduction Date: 2011

Title: The Green Mask: Volume 1, Issue 1  
Author: Frehm, Walter
Volume: Vol. 1, Issue 1
Language: English
Subject: Fantacy fiction., Superheroes., Adventure.
Collections: Graphic Novel Collections, The Green Mask, Comic Book Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1940
Publisher: Fox Feature Syndicate

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Frehm, W. (1940). The Green Mask: Volume 1, Issue 1. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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Description: The first Green Mask debuted in Fox's Mystery Man Comics #1 (August 1939). The writer was not credited (although it may have been Will Eisner); the artwork was by Walter Frehm. This Green Mask's final appearance was in Mystery Man Comics #31 (February 1942). The Green Mask was secretly private detective Michael Shelby (or Selby, in some early issues). He gained superpowers after being exposed to a mysterious vita-ray. In Green Mask #1 (1940), the Green Mask was joined by a young sidekick, Domino. Fox Feature revived the character of the Green Mask in issue #10 of The Green Mask (August 1944); the artist and writer were uncredited. In this version, the Green Mask is secretly Johnny Green. He is the son of the original Green Mask, but his secret identity is retconned to be Walter Green. Johnny is a teenager who transforms into an adult when he becomes angry (a cross between The Hulk and Captain Marvel.


 

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