Captain America Comics 13

Title Published
March 1941 to September 1954
Issue Numbers
1 to 73
Number of Issues
73
Continued Into
Captain America's Weird Tales
Issue Information
Cover Date
April 1942
 
 
Cover Titles
All Out for America Issue!
 
 
Cover Credits
Al Avison pencils attributed
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  - -

Notes: Stan Lee, editor/illustrated/has short story synopsi
1 pg contents
  - Captain America Battles The League Of The Unicorn
·Captain America starring

Notes: Out of the dark recesses of barbarian Japan they come the murderous league of the Unicorn! Sworn to kill and torture, they play havoc with human lives, but then Captain America and Bucky enter the picture! - Ger Apeldoorn.
20 pg art Al Avison pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
  - Polly Tix

Notes: Rhyming gag story.
1 pg art Ed Winiarski pencils guess

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
  - The Lighthouse Of Horror
·Captain America starring

Notes: It's fading spells terrible disaster for the ships which sail the seas and the men upon them! Follow Captain America on one of his weirdest adventures as he encounters the deadly Looters! - Ger Apeldoorn.
20 pg art Al Avison pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
  - Wild West

Notes: A thrilling short novelette of the West today!
2 pg text
  - The Imp

Notes: Thrill to this tale as you giggle and grin! Watch how the Imp fights bad Doctor Sinn!
7 pg art Stan Lee script signed
Chad Grothkopf pencils guess

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
  - Headline Hunter Combats The One Man Invasion!

Notes: From out of the skies drops the embodyment of Nazi treachery! What is his purpose? What is the sinister secret behind his mysterious flight into the enemy camp? When the truth is known, can Headline Hunter save a nation? - Ger Apeldoorn.
5 pg art
  - Sentinels Of Liberty Secret Club News

Notes: Now, more than ever before, it's important for all Sentinels of Liberty to stand together in our epic battle for Freedom!
1 pg article
  - -
·The Secret Stamp starring

Notes: Signed on the last page by Don Rico

First page is a letter to Stan Lee from the State Department complimenting him on the idea of doing a series about a boy selling saving stamps.

Meet America's newest hero as Roddy Colt, young United States Defense Agent, dons the mask of the Secret Stamp in the first of many Thrill-a-minute, true to life adventures! - Ger Apeldoorn.
8 pg art Don Rico pencils signed

Contributors:
Ger Apeldoorn: Creator Credit
  - Don't Delay Another Second!

Notes: Ad for Sentinels Of Liberty.
1 pg house ad