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  • Early cover art by Simon and Kirby
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  • Classic cover art by Simon and Kirby
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  • Cameo of Adolf Hitler, seen in a vision
  • 1st appearance and origin of the first Marvel Boy, Martin Simon Burns
  • 1st appearance of Flying Flame
  • 1st appearance of Zeus in Timely comics, previously appeared as the Roman counterpart named Jupiter (same god, different name)
  • 1st appearance of Marvex
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  • 2nd appearance of Captain America
  • 2nd appearance of Bucky Barnes
  • 1st appearance of Captain America's disc shield
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Stan Lee
  • Two-page text story with a couple of illustrations by Kirby
  • 3rd appearance of Captain America
  • 3rd appearance of Bucky Barnes
  • 2nd appearance of the Red Skull, George Maxon
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  • Second written work in the comic book industry by Stan Lee
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  • 1st team appearance of the Circus of Crime, led by the Ringmaster
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Father Time, a costumed hero recruited for the war effort
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  • 1st appearance of the Red Skull, Johann Shmidt, the real Red Skull
  • Previous appearances of the Red Skull was George Maxon, an agent in the employ of Johann Shmidt
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Citizen V
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  • 1st artwork at DC by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • 1st appearance of Rick Nelson, Manhunter
  • This issue introduces Rick Nelson, a costumed Manhunter but in Adventure Comics #74, the identity reverts back to Paul Kirk who first appeared in Adventure Comics #58
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  • 1st appearance of the Murdering Clown
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  • Classic cover art by Simon and Kirby
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Liberty Belle, a hero who is powered by the ringing of the Liberty Bell
  • 1st appearance of Jack Kirby illustrated in a story
  • Jack Kirby and Joe Simon appear as illustrated characters in a story titled 'Satan Wears a Swastika'
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  • 2nd appearance of Liberty Belle
  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • Cover art by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby
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  • 1st team appearance of the Boy Explorers
  • 1st appearance of Duke of Broadway, Cadet, Calamity Jane and Danny Dixon
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  • Early artwork by Simon & Kirby
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  • Early artwork by Simon and Kirby
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  • Reintroduction and origin of The Shield