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Matt Baker

BAKER, MATT - Bomber Comics #5 cover from the never published Golden Age comic - starring Wonder Boy, Spring 1945, published by Gilberton/Classics

Media Type: Pen and Ink
Art Type: Cover
Artists: Matt Baker All

Elliot's Bomber Comics (1944)

Bomber Comics was a four-issue series printed by a very obscure publisher, Elliot. Jerry Iger revived a raft of former features including “Kid Dixon,” “Kid Patrol,” “Eagle Evans” and “Wonder Boy” from Quality; “Samson” from Fox; “Bobby” from Famous Funnies; and some new material, too.
At Quality, the last of those features appeared in National Comics #32 (Sept. 1943).

"The strength of a hundred full grown men in one little boy!” Wonder Boy hailed from the destroyed planet Viro, and fell to Earth in Chicago. He was picture of humanity, aside from his powers. The crash killed many people, but the boy survived. Nobody believed his origins and he found himself in an orphanage. Meanwhile, in Mongolia, a general took Wonder Boy’s craft as an omen to begin warring on Europe. Wonder Boy heard this news and swam all the way to Europe to help, where he successfully led the army to victory over the Mongolians. (National #1)

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