Bill Parker comic
Whiz Comics #1 does not exist but rather it's non-existence is part of the troubled origins of the Captain Marvel character. Fawcett was trying to secure rights to both the name of their character and title of his series but despite releasing two ashcan first issues (Flash Comics #1 and Thrill Comics #1) in which their protagonist was named Captain Thunder...none of the rights were secured and so Captain Marvel and Whiz Comics were born. Although Captain Marvel was the feature character, like most comics of the period, it was an anthology featuring several different characters. The series had two third issues, which ended up balancing things out and making the fourth issue the actual fourth comic to bear the title Whiz Comics, a labeling it would keep up until the book's 155th and final issue.
- Issue #155 (5 years ago)
- Issue #153 (3 years ago)
- Issue #154 (5 years ago)
- Issue #152 (5 years ago)
- Issue #151 (5 years ago)
Shazam!: A Celebration of 75 Years
DC Comics celebrates the World’s Mightiest Mortal in this new collection starring Captain Marvel and his extended crimefighting family: Captain Marvel Jr., Mary Marvel, Tawky Tawny and more, plus villains Dr. Sivana, Mr. Mind, Black Adam and others!
- Issue # TPB (Part 4) (4 years ago)
- Issue # TPB (Part 3) (4 years ago)
- Issue # TPB (Part 2) (4 years ago)
- Issue # TPB (Part 1) (4 years ago)
Nickel Comics was published by Fawcett Publications from May to August of 1940. A weekly action series, Nickel Comics is significant for introducing the Golden Age heroes Bulletman and Bulletgirl, both of whom would later become properties of DC Comics.