H.C. Kiefer

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  • Premiere Issue
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  • 1st appearance and origin of the Steel Fist
  • 1st appearance of Blue Circle
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  • Classic World War II cover art depticting Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo
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  • 1st appearance of Blue Streak
  • 1st appearance of Max the Magician
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  • 1st appearance of Atomic Man
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  • 1st appearance of Sherlock Holmes in comic books
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: Wertham describes the first 8 pages of this comic as being gratuitously violent and a poor representation of the source material
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: panels of a blindfolded man, tied to a chair with his eyes gouged out
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  • Premiere issue of Golden Age crime series
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: Wertham felt the adaptation did not capture the characterizations of the novel
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: Werthem condemns the decision to follow a classic piece of literature with a story titled 'Tippy, the Terrier'
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  • Referenced in Seduction of the Innocent, led to establishing the Comics Code Authority
  • Reason: the adaptation used gratuitous violence to pique the interest of readers
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  • Early Golden Age horror comic