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G-8 and His Battle Aces


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Publisher: Popular Publications
Publication range: October 1933-1944
The sixth pulp character to get his own magazine, G-8 took to the skies with his wingmen in October 1933 and battled everything the Kaiser could throw at him. And it wasn't your run-of-the-mill Red Baron that came after G-8.

Aviation writer Robert J. Hogan pitted the World War I flying ace and master spy against some of the most vile foes the Kaiser's scientists could conceive: “The Skeleton Patrol,” the “Squadron of Corpses,” “The Headless Staffel,” the “Wings of Invisible Doom” and dozens of other weird enemies. But nonetheless, G-8 and His Battle Aces were victorious for 110 issues, until the magazine folded in 1944.

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