All Star Comics #38 (DC, 1947) CGC VF- 7.5 Off-white to white pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionAll Star Comics #38 (D.C. Comics, 1948). 12/1947-1/1948 - Roy Thomas has called this issue "the weirdest All-Star ever" - it begins with the male JSAers all being killed! Saving the day is left up to Black Canary (who makes her debut in this title) and Wonder Woman (who rarely played a prominent role in a JSA story, but takes center stage here). The issue is also notable for having early Alex Toth art - the great one was still a teenager when he drew this issue's cover. Toth also drew the beginning and end of the story; the middle portions are the work of Carmine Infantino and Bob Oksner respectively.
Page Quality: Off-white to white
Artists/Writers: Robert Kanigher story Carmine Infantino and Bob Oksner art Alex Toth cover and art
Significance: Black Canary begins. JSA death issue.
CGC census 11/20: 5 in 7.5, 10 higher.
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