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DON WINSLOW

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Full Name: Don Winslow
Nationality: American
Organization: U.S. Navy
Occupation Military - Officer

Creator: Frank V. Martinek
Time Span: 1934 - 1991

ABOUT THE SERIES

Don Winslow is an agent with Naval Intelligence.

A man who holds the rank of Lieutenant Commander in that branch of the American service, Winslow is considered the best agent that the Navy has active, possibly the best agent any of the armed forces can call upon. This distinction results in his getting the toughest assignments and placed in the most harrowing of situations but Winslow would have it no other way. The man is having the time of his life while being in constant danger of losing it.

Exactly how old and how long Winslow is is not mentioned but from the details it can be surmised that he is in his late 20s or early 30s based on his rank. He is a graduate of the Naval Academy and it was almost from the beginning of his career that he was placed in the Intelligence community. Apparently during that time he has also been given the chance to serve aboard various naval vessels to keep him aware of the life of the men who serve at sea and likely to make sure his advancement is not held up just because he is so good at what he does.

What he does is fight the enemies of the country and the Navy and that is a pretty large number of enemy agents, smugglers, saboteurs, thieves, assassins, and so on. Each of these types of bad guys Winslow will confront, often more than a couple of times. None are to compare, however, with his greatest adversary, the Scorpion. This nefarious head of a private spy-ring-for-hire is a constant threat to the stability of the nation wanting peace but knowing that the winds of war are gaining force. And the Scorpion is a man who is there doing everything he can to reap the rewards that can come to people having no scruples. The number of times the two will clash is impressive.

Throughout all of his time in the fight against the Scorpion as well as the rest of the hooligans he meets, Winslow enjoys the friendship and help of Lt. Red Pennington, a "chunky" loyal friend known for being more than a little reckless - all fighting man. Though he was decidedly stronger than most men his size, he maintained a a "look of pink-and-white softness that was altogether deceiving". The two were almost certainly friends before the Academy and after graduation, they have served together and saved each other's life many, many times.

Also playing a huge role in Winslow's life is his mentor, Admiral Colby. Even more important to Winslow is Colby's beautiful daughter and Winslow's love, Mercedes. This beautiful woman also serves in the Navy as a member of the WAVEs as a nurse but many of the adventures that Winslow gets involved in have Ms. Colby deeply involved as well and that lady often shows she is no push-over.

BOOKS

Number of Books:5
First Appearance:1934
Last Appearance:1941

       In 1934, Frank Martinek, former Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy, published a book about a man of similar rank as his own named Don Winslow. It took place in the island of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). Since the book is rather pricey, I do not know the plot but one listing of an alternate title has it as Don Winslow U.S.N. in Ceylon with Kwang while another has it even longer with Don Winslow U.S.N. in Ceylow with Kwang, Celebrated Chinese Detective. This would direct thoughts towards it being a mystery of some sort, especially since it came just a half decade after the first Charlie Chan book was released and just a year or two after the first movie starring Warner Oland came out.
       Around the same time, so the story goes, Martinek was asked (or offered) to assist an Admiral in charge of training who was lamenting the poor volunteer rate the Navy was seeing from the midsection of the nation where thoughts of ocean travel was not in most young men's minds.
       In order to perk up recruitment, it was thought that a comic strip appearing in local newspapers might spark interest in the Navy as an adventure (see Comic Strips). Martinek had a ready-made character to star in this strip in his Don Winslow from his recently printed adventure.
       Writing this comic strip would occupy the author for the next few years, as would the occasional Big Little Book story he would pen for Whitman Publications (see Young Adult Books).
       In 1940, he again sat down to pen a complete adult adventure with Winslow as the lead, though it was written in a style that would appeal to many of the younger readers growing a tad older. In fact he would release four adventures of Winslow and his pal, Pennington, and his lady friend, Mercedes and all would deal in one way or another with Winslow's seemingly unending fight with the evil spy master, the Scorpion, head of the organization Scorpia.

1 Don Winslow U.S.N. in Ceylon Don Winslow U.S.N. in Ceylon
aka Don Winslow USN in Ceylon with Kwang, Celebrated Chinese Detective
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1934

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2 Don Winslow of the Navy Don Winslow of the Navy
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1940

In retaliation for attack the evil Scorpion's submarine, the plane carrying Don Winslow and his friend Red Pennington, as well as Mercedes Colby, is shot down in the coastal jungle of Haiti. Survival is not enough - they must find a way to stop the Scorpion's latest scheme.

3 Don Winslow and the Scorpion's Stronghold Don Winslow and the Scorpion's Stronghold
Don Winslow Face To Face With The Scorpion
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1940

Always on the lookout for their arch-foe, the Scorpion, Don Winslow and Red Pennington follow clues that across the Pacific to Hawaii and then further on the Philippines to finally come to his mountain fortress.

4 Don Winslow Breaks The Spy Net Don Winslow Breaks The Spy Net
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1941

Don Winslow come across a little black book belonging the their nemesis, the Scorpion. It provides enough information to set the two men on an adventure to destroy the spy ring known as Scorpia which will put them up against a mastermind codename M-22 and an Indian fakir called the Spider.

5 Don Winslow Saves The Secret Formula Don Winslow Saves The Secret Formula
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1941

A murdered scientist left in the Navy's hand three different poison gas formulas and it is Don Winslow's job to get them to a research facility in Maryland and there to protect them from the Scorpion.

YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

Number of Books:7
First Appearance:1935
Last Appearance:1940

       A year after the start of newspaper comic strip adventures of Don Winslow, the creator and author, Frank Martinek, responded to a requst from Whitman Publishing to turn the adventures into stories for young children. He came up with one initially and then a couple years later four more appeared followed two years later with two more for a total of seven. Most were in Whitman's Big Little Book line while one was in its Better Little Book line and one was in the Penny Books group.
       All had adventures likely taken from the comic strip (speculation).

1 Lieutenant Commander Winslow Lieutenant Commander Winslow
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1935

Whitman BLB #1107 -

2 Don Winslow of the Navy and the Giant Girl Spy Don Winslow of the Navy and the Giant Girl Spy
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1938

Whitman BLB #1408 -

3 Don Winslow Navy Intelligence Ace Don Winslow Navy Intelligence Ace
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1938

Whitman BLB #1418 -

4 Don Winslow of the Navy vs. The Scorpion Gang Don Winslow of the Navy vs. The Scorpion Gang
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1938

Whitman BLB #1419 -

5 Don Winslow of the U.S. Navy and the Missing Admiral Don Winslow of the U.S. Navy and the Missing Admiral
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1938

Whitman Penny Books #6 -

6 Don Winslow of the Navy and the Secret Enemy Base Don Winslow of the Navy and the Secret Enemy Base
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1940

Whitman BLB #1453 -

7 Don Winslow of the Navy and the Great War Plot Don Winslow of the Navy and the Great War Plot
Written by Frank V. Martinek
Copyright: 1940

Whitman BLB #1489 -

MOVIES

Number of Movies:2
First Appearance:1942
Last Appearance:1943

       While much of what I have read about the success, or lack thereof, of the comic strip, it did survive over 20 years in newspapers around the nation and it must have been good enough to attract the attention of Hollywood seeking to create patriotic fare with WWII just starting.
       Two different movie serials were created with Winslow as the protagonist. The first had him going up against the Scorpion in a defense of cargo ships bringing supplies to Hawaii. The second had him temporarily assigned to the Coast Guard protecting the coast of the mainland from the Scorpion, now working for the Japanese.
       Both were produced by Universal Studios and starred Don Terry as the intrepid Winslow.

1 Don Winslow of the Navy Don Winslow of the Navy
Directors: Ray Taylor, Ford Beebe
Writers: Morgan Cox, Griffin Jay, Paul Huston
Actors: Don Terry as Don Winslow, Walter Sande as Red Pennington, Claire Dodd as Mercedes Colby, Kurt Katch as The Scorpion
Released: 1942

12-part 15-minute serial. Given control of a set of islands near Pearl Harbor, Don Winslow learns that a band of enemy agents are out to destroy the ships bringing supplies to the American bases. Winslow, his friend Pennington, and two beautiful female officers plan to stop them.
The names of each of the 'episodes' are:
1. The Human Torpedo
2. Flaming Death
3. Weapons of Horror
4. Towering Doom
5. Trapped in the Dungeon
6. Menaced by Man-Eaters
7. Bombed by the Enemy
8. The Chamber of Doom
9. Wings of Destruction
10. Fighting Fathoms Deep
11. Caught in the Caverns
12. The Scorpion Strangled


2 Don Winslow of the Coast Guard Don Winslow of the Coast Guard
Directors: Lewis D. Collins, Ray Taylor
Writers: Paul Huston, George H. Plympton, Griffin Jay
Actors: Don Terry as Don Winslow, Walter Sande as Red Pennington, Philip Ahn as Hirota, Henry Victor as Heilrich
Released: 1943

13-part 15-minute serial. Don Winslow is attached to the Coast Guard to provide protection from enemy agents and saboteurs led by the Scorpion now working for the Japanese.
The names of each of the 'episodes' are:
1. Trapped in the Blazing Sea
2. Battling a U-Boat
3. The Crash in the Clouds
4. The Scorpion Strikes
5. A Flaming Target
6. Ramming the Submarine
7. Bombed in the Ocean Depths
8. Blackout Treachery
9. The Torpedo Strikes
10. Blasted from the Skies
11. A Fight to the Death
12. The Death Trap
13. Capturing the Scorpion

RADIO / AUDIO


Number of Episodes:1
First Appearance:1942
Last Appearance:1942
Network:NBC Blue

REGULAR CAST
Bob GuilbertDon Winslow [ 1937-1939 ]
Edward DavisonRed Pennington [ 1937-1939 ]
Raymond Edward JohnsonDon Winslow [ 1942 ]
John GibsonRed Pennington [ 1942 ]

       The 15-minute episodes were geared toward the juvenile market with numerous marketing tie-ins such as membership in special club with its own creed and card.
       The show ran daily from mid-October of 1937 to May, 1939. It was on the "Blue Network" (a part of NBC) and ran for a while at 5:15 pm before moving to 7:00 pm for several months and then finishing its run at 5:30 pm. Its sponsors included, at time, Kellogg Cereals and Ipana Toothpaste. It also ran for a short time on NBC's other network, the "Red".
       The "Blue" brought it back in 1942 for a very short run lasting from early October of that year to New Years Day of 1943, being aired at 6:15 in the early evening.
       I could only find available on the Internet two of the many episodes.
1 Two-Man Submarine
Episode 3-1, first aired 10/07/1942

Don Winslow and Red go up against small enemy mini-subs able to sneak into position and torpedo unsuspecting vessels.

2 Blitzfans
Episode 3-2, first aired 11/27/1942

The enemy is testing a prototype of a drone capable of carrying explosives to attack both air and land targets.

COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, AND MANGA

Number of Stories:73
First Appearance:1936
Last Appearance:1991

       It was 1933 when the first "comicbook" was printed and over the next few years numerous existing publishing companies and newcomers alike created titles that they put on the newsstands monthly for 10¢. As with all new endeavors, many would make a mark and many would come and go quietly.
       Dell Publishing's Famous Funnies is considered by most to be the first but others came very quickly thereafter. It is amusing to me that as the first of their kind, they all shared a common aspect - un-originality. The format was decidedly new and different but inside the pages, the stories were all reprints.
       Black and white comic strips had graced the pages of newspapers for many decades already and the concept of the Sunday color editions, dubbed the "Sunday Funnies", first arrived on the doorsteps and newsstands in the late 1890s with the idea becoming fairly common by 1905.
       As far as Don Winslow is concerned, it was again Dell that transported the Naval Intelligence Ace from the newsprint to the comicbook in its Popular Comics. Issue #1 came out in February, 1936, according to its indicia. It had the increasingly popular Dick Tracy, Little Orphan Annie, Gasoline Alley, The Gumps, and Mutt and Jeff, along with several other lesser-(today)-known strips. It ran 64 pages with each individual getting from 1 to 4 pages (or half-pages). Don Winslow was one of those in attendance.
       The line-up for each issue did vary somewhat and many comicstrips came and went. Winslow was there at the beginning and would last a couple of years but April 1938 was his last adventure in that magazine for some time.
       It may have been a coincidence, although I doubt it, but in June of 1938, Whitman Publishing began a comic book called Crackajack Funnies. It would also consist of reprints of Sunday editions of comic strips. One of the stalwarts that graced the pages from the first issue was Don Winslow! Crackajack Funnies lasted 43 issues, ending its run in January 1942. Winslow was there in all of them.
       I found no evidence but it seems likely that Whitman made a better offer for Winslow. Making this more compelling is the fact that with the demise of Whitman's mag, Don Winslow reappeared in Dell's Popular Comics a couple of months later (issue #75), continuing the storyline (with apparently a short gap). He hung around Dell for a year before leaving for good in issue #84 in February 1943.

Note 1: below I have placed a single cover from both comics. The actual strips can be found in the Comic Strip section.
Note 2: Dell started a new magazine which was really a series of one-shots with each issue featuring a single character. Don Winslow was the star of issues #2 and #22. Each issue was of 68 pages in length and held the same reprints that Popular Comics had shown.

       Don Winslow as an original comicbook came to be in February 1943 when Fawcett Publications started his own series. Fawcett had been around for several decades involved in all manner of endeavors. Its biggest claim to fame came in 1940 when it came out with ol'-Shazam himself, Captain Marvel. Fawcett would use the superhero character on the cover of the first Winslow character to introduce him to the comicbook world.
       For the next 8 years, Winslow and his buddy, Red, would fight in Europe and the Far East as well as in both Americas. He went everywhere and fought against all three of the Axis powers alongside all branches of the Military. Fawcett's run of Don Winslow would come to an end with Issue #67, published in May 1951.

       In March 1955, Charlton comics brought Lt. Cdr Winslow back for 4 more issues but they were reprints of various stories told in the last years of the Fawcett line.

       Both Australian and English publishers repeated the concept of reprinting both the Sunday strips as in the Popular and Crackajack comics.

0.101 'Don Winslow vs The Tyrant' 'Don Winslow vs The Tyrant'
Published by Dell Publishing

Copyright: 1936

Reprints of Sunday story arc #1 editions of the comic strip. This arc was told starting in issue #1 and ending in issue #2.
Click here to read the story.

0.102 'Don Winslow vs Doctor Q' 'Don Winslow vs Doctor Q'
Published by Dell Publishing

Copyright: 1936

Reprints of Sunday story arc #2 editions of the comic strip. This arc ran from issue #7 to #15.
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0.103 'Don Winslow vs The Crocodile' 'Don Winslow vs The Crocodile'
Published by Dell Publishing

Copyright: 1936

Reprints of Sunday story arc #3 editions of the comic strip. This arc ran from issue #15 to #27
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0.2 Crackajack Funnies Crackajack Funnies
Published by Whitman Publishing

Copyright: 06/1938

Reprints of Sunday editions of the comic strip. The Winslow stories ran from Issue #1 through #43. The dates of the initial printing in the paper are not known but the years started in 1936.

1 The Coast Guard Menace The Coast Guard Menace
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #1 - 13 pages - Enemy agents kidnap Admiral Colby and his daughter Mercedes to get secret plans.
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1.1 Red Herrings in the Panama Canal Red Herrings in the Panama Canal
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #1 - 12 pages - Rescuing a man at sea is the beginning of the adventure to stop a plan to destroy the Panama Canal.
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1.2 Bombs Over New York Bombs Over New York
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #1 - 12 pages - The Nazis are going to use a zeppelin to drop bombs over NYC.
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1.3 The Ash Can Cannon The Ash Can Cannon
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #1 - 13 pages - Chasing a sub in a PT boat, Winslow is attacked by what seems like an innocent yacht that is really a refueling station for the sub.
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2 Don Winslow Nips The Nipponese in the Solomons Don Winslow Nips The Nipponese in the Solomons
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #2 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]

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2.1 The Inventor Who Vanished The Inventor Who Vanished
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #2 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]

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2.2 Saga of Inway Island Saga of Inway Island
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #2 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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2.3 Mystery of the Crossword Puzzle Mystery of the Crossword Puzzle
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #2 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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3 Don Winslow Invades the Philippines Don Winslow Invades the Philippines
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #3 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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3.1 Stepping on the Gestapo Stepping on the Gestapo
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #3 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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3.2 The Smoking Skull The Smoking Skull
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #3 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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3.3 Convoy to North Africa Convoy to North Africa
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #3 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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4 The Cut Feed Line The Cut Feed Line
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #4 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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4.1 The Boxing Champ The Boxing Champ
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #4 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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4.2 The Camouflage Secret The Camouflage Secret
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #4 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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4.3 Undermining The Axis Undermining The Axis
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #4 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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5 The Stolen Battleship The Stolen Battleship
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #5, Jul 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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5.1 The Unknown Spy The Unknown Spy
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #5, Jul 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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5.2 The Invisible Sub The Invisible Sub
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 07/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #5 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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5.3 The Hidden Jap Air Base The Hidden Jap Air Base
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #5, Jul 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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6 The Battle of the Black Sea The Battle of the Black Sea
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #6, Aug 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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6.1 Silent Ack-Ack Silent Ack-Ack
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #6, Aug 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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6.2 Tactical Problem #37 Tactical Problem #37
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #6, Aug 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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6.3 Attack in the Arctic Attack in the Arctic
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #6, Aug 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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7 Carnival of Carnage Carnival of Carnage
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #7, Sep 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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7.1 Turning Towards Tokyo Turning Towards Tokyo
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #7, Sep 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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7.2 Death Wears A False Face Death Wears A False Face
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 09/1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #7, Sep 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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7.3 Sea Ghosts Sea Ghosts
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #7, Sep 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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8 The Sponge Pirates of Poco Kayo The Sponge Pirates of Poco Kayo
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #8, Oct 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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8.1 Murder Stalks The Jungle Murder Stalks The Jungle
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #8, Oct 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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8.2 The Sea Scouts The Sea Scouts
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #8, Oct 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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8.3 Rehearsal For Victory Rehearsal For Victory
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #8, Oct 1943 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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9 Fisherman's Fate Fisherman's Fate
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #9, Nov 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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9.1 30 Means The End 30 Means The End
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #9, Nov 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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9.2 The Mystery Of Cyrus Crane The Mystery Of Cyrus Crane
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #9, Nov 1943 - 10 pages
[plot unknown]
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9.3 Sabotage Express Sabotage Express
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #9, Nov 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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10 The Sea Bees Sting The Japs The Sea Bees Sting The Japs
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #10, Dec 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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10.1 Cabal At The Carnival Cabal At The Carnival
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #10, Dec 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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10.2 Delayed Death Delayed Death
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #10, Dec 1943 - 10 pages
[plot unknown]
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10.3 Marines To The Front Marines To The Front
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1943

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #10, Dec 1943 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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11 The Mystery of the Orient The Mystery of the Orient
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #11, Jan 1944 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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11.1 The French Have A Word For It - Victoire The French Have A Word For It - Victoire
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #11, Jan 1944 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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11.2 Marines Never Say Die Marines Never Say Die
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #11, Jan 1944 - 13 pages
[plot unknown]
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12 Sealed Orders Sealed Orders
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #12, Feb 1944 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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12.1 The Malalonga Mine Mystery The Malalonga Mine Mystery
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #12, Feb 1944 - 9 pages
[plot unknown]
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12.2 Hitler's Strange Sea Weapon Hitler's Strange Sea Weapon
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #12, Feb 1944 - 8 pages
[plot unknown]
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12.3 Tuned For Death Tuned For Death
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #12, Feb 1944 - 8 pages
[plot unknown]
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13 Hospitality Of Hirohito Hospitality Of Hirohito
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #13, Mar 1944 - 12 pages
[plot unknown]
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13.1 A Nazi At Navy College A Nazi At Navy College
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #13, Mar 1944 - 10 pages
[plot unknown]
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13.2 The Sweater Girl Mystery - Unraveled The Sweater Girl Mystery - Unraveled
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #13, Mar 1944 - 10 pages
[plot unknown]
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13.3 Torpedoes From Nowhere Torpedoes From Nowhere
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #13, Mar 1944 - 8 pages
[plot unknown]
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14 Death On The Retake Death On The Retake
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #14, Apr 1944 - 11 pages
[plot unknown]
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14.1 How Headlines Are Made How Headlines Are Made
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #14, Apr 1944 - 9 pages
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14.2 Tunnel To Triumph Tunnel To Triumph
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Copyright: 1944

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #14, Apr 1944 - 9 pages
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14.3 Commands Die At Dawn Commands Die At Dawn
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Copyright: 1944

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #14, Apr 1944 - 10 pages
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15 The Fighting Merchant Marine The Fighting Merchant Marine
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #15, May 1944 - 10 pages
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15.1 Island 23 Island 23
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #15, May 1944 - 8 pages
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15.2 The Radium Plot The Radium Plot
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #15, May 1944 - 8 pages
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15.3 Mystery of the Changing Cards Mystery of the Changing Cards
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Copyright: 1944

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #15, May 1944 - 12 pages
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16 Don Winslow Meets 'The American' Don Winslow Meets 'The American'
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Copyright: 1944

1st of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #16, Jun 1944 - 11 pages
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16.1 The Vanishing Locket The Vanishing Locket
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #16, Jun 1944 - 9 pages
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16.2 On Toguchi's Trail On Toguchi's Trail
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Copyright: 1944

3rd of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #16, Jun 1944 - 8 pages
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16.3 The Jap Jutland The Jap Jutland
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

4th of 4 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #16, Jun 1944 - 8 pages
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17 The Show Must Go On The Show Must Go On
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #17, Jul 1944 - 9 pages
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17.1 Six Guys Named Joe Six Guys Named Joe
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #17, Jul 1944 - 7 pages
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17.2 Don Winslow Saves The Liberté Don Winslow Saves The Liberté
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #17, Jul 1944 - 9 pages
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18 Expendable Expendable
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #18, Aug 1944 - 8 pages
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18.1 Marines at Malaua Marines at Malaua
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #18, Aug 1944 - 9 pages
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18.2 The Adventure of the Slippery Spy The Adventure of the Slippery Spy
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #18, Aug 1944 - 7 pages
[plot unknown]
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19 Bonape Excursion Bonape Excursion
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #19, Sep 1944 - 8 pages
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19.1 Wemak Attack Wemak Attack
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #19, Sep 1944 - 8 pages
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19.2 Don Winslow and the Dynamite Transport Don Winslow and the Dynamite Transport
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #19, Sep 1944 - 8 pages
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20 The Prison Ship The Prison Ship
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #20, Oct 1944 - 8 pages
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20.1 Death Trap Death Trap
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #20, Oct 1944 - 8 pages
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20.2 The Showboat Mystery The Showboat Mystery
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #20, Oct 1944 - 8 pages
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21 Prisoner of the Nazis Prisoner of the Nazis
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 11/1944

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #21, Nov 1944 - 9 pages
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21.1 Battle of the Frigates Battle of the Frigates
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Copyright: 1944

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #21, Nov 1944 - 6 pages
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21.2 Delayed Leave Delayed Leave
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1944

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #21, Nov 1944 - 7 pages
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22 Don Winslow Joins The War Workers Don Winslow Joins The War Workers
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #22, Dec 1944 - 9 pages
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22.1 Careless Talk Careless Talk
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Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #22, Dec 1944 - 7 pages
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22.2 No Margin For Error No Margin For Error
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Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #22, Dec 1944 - 7 pages
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23 Mystery of the Missing Bombers Mystery of the Missing Bombers
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #23, Feb 1945 - 10 pages
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23.1 'The Idea Leaves Them Cold' 'The Idea Leaves Them Cold'
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Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #23, Feb 1945 - 6 pages
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23.2 Trouble Brewing' Trouble Brewing'
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Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #23, Feb 1945 - 7 pages
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24 Don Winslow Dives For Pentamine Don Winslow Dives For Pentamine
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #24, Mar 1945 - 8 pages
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24.1 Airborne Attack Airborne Attack
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Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #24, Mar 1945 - 7 pages
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24.2 The Sub That Wasn't There The Sub That Wasn't There
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #24, Mar 1945 - 6 pages
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25 The Shanghaied Red Cross Ship The Shanghaied Red Cross Ship
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #25, Apr 1945 - 8 pages
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25.1 Time Waits For No One Time Waits For No One
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #25, Apr 1945 - 6 pages
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25.2 Australian Vacation! Australian Vacation!
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #25, Apr 1945 - 7 pages
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26 Return of the Scorpion Return of the Scorpion
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #26, May 1945 - 8 pages
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26.1 The Hidden River The Hidden River
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #26, May 1945 - 7 pages
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26.2 The Scorpion Shows His Hand The Scorpion Shows His Hand
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Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #26, May 1945 - 7 pages
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27 Deserter! Deserter!
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #27, Jun 1945 - 10 pages
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27.1 The Unprotected Island The Unprotected Island
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #27, Jun 1945 - 7 pages
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27.2 Twelve Mile Limit Twelve Mile Limit
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #27, Jun 1945 - 6 pages
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28 Ice Over The Equator Ice Over The Equator
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

1st of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #28, Aug 1945 - 7 pages
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28.1 Don Winslow Invades Porcupine Island Don Winslow Invades Porcupine Island
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

2nd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #28, Aug 1945 - 6 pages
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28.2 Smuggle Mansion Smuggle Mansion
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 1945

3rd of 3 graphic adventures in Don Winslow of the Navy #28, Aug 1945 - 8 pages
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29 Wanted, The Renegade Wanted, The Renegade
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 10/1945

Wanted, The Renegade (7 pages) -
Invitation To Trouble (7 pages) -
Overland Trek (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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30 Aerial Pickup Aerial Pickup
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 12/1945

Aerial Pickup (9 pages) -
Stalemate (6 pages) -
Undersea Raiders (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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31 The Tattoo Mystery The Tattoo Mystery
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 01/1946

The Tattoo Mystery (8 pages) -
Secret of the Castaway (6 pages) -
Don Winslow - Man or Myth? (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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32 The Plasma Plot The Plasma Plot
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1946

The Plasma Plot (7 pages) -
Renegade Escapes (7 pages) -
The White Flag (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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33 The Skywaymen The Skywaymen
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1946

The Skywaymen (9 pages) -
Thin Ice (6 pages) -
His Toughest Opponent (7 pages) -
Don Tells A Tale (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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34 Mistaken Identity Mistaken Identity
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 05/1946

Mistaken Identity (7 pages) -
On The Trail of The S-29 (9 pages) -
Rana Raid (7 pages) -
Battles the Black Ace (6 pages) -
Hooks An Assignment (7 pages)
Crossword puzzle

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35 Devil's Paradise Devil's Paradise
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1946

Devil's Paradise (11 pages) -
Night Attack (7 pages) -
The Masked Marvel (7 pages) -
The Hook's Last Ride (9 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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36 Murder Without Clues Murder Without Clues
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 07/1946

Murder Without Clues (9 pages) -
Target For Tonight: Winslow (7 pages) -
Hollywood Goes To The Pacific (8 pages) -
Death On The Flood Tide (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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37 The Sea Serpent The Sea Serpent
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 08/1946

The Sea Serpent (8 pages) -
Stars and Stripes Forever (7 pages) -
Don Winslow Saves the Brooklyn Bridge (9 pages) -
Ghost Ship (10 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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38 Don Winslow Climbs Mr. Everest Don Winslow Climbs Mr. Everest
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 09/1946

Don Winslow Climbs Mr. Everest (9 pages) -
The 'American' Returns Part I - Toguchi's Revenge (9 pages) -
The 'American' Returns Part II - Jungle Trap (7 pages) -
The 'American' Returns Part III - Bomby Day (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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39 The Undersea Cable The Undersea Cable
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 10/1946

The "Undersea Cable" (11 pages) -
"Dynamite Ship" (9 pages) -
The Scorpion's Death Ledger (12 pages) -
Crossword puzzle

40 Quest For Quinine Quest For Quinine
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 11/1946

Quest For Quinine (9 pages) -
Delivers The Goods (7 pages) -
Dangerous Goal (7 pages) -
The Magic Formula (9 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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41 Scent of the Smugglers Scent of the Smugglers
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 12/1946

Scent of the Smugglers (9 pages) -
Death Rides The Skiis (7 pages) -
The Fatal Toast (8 pages) -
Fall Guy (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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42 Toguchi's Escape Toguchi's Escape
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1947

Toguchi's Escape (9 pages) -
Amazon Island (7 pages) -
Mission Tokyo (8 pages) -
Red Pennington's Folly (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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43 The Doll Murder Case The Doll Murder Case
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1947

The Doll Murder Case (12 pages) -
The Hermit of Tabu Island (9 pages) -
The Scorpion's Navy (11 pages) -
Crossword puzzle

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44 The Scorpion's Web The Scorpion's Web
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1947

The Scorpion's Web (9 pages) -
Invitation To A Dance (8 pages) -
Hollywood Bound (8 pages) -
Death By Inheritance (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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45 Highwaymen of the Seas Highwaymen of the Seas
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 05/1947

Highwaymen of the Seas (9 pages) -
Public Enemy No. 1 (7 pages) -
The Sailor Who Hated The Sea (7 pages) -
The Race 'Round The World (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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46 The Renegade's Jailbreak The Renegade's Jailbreak
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1947

The Renegade's Jailbreak (9 pages) -
The Ship Bottle Mystery (7 pages) -
Red's Beauty Contest (7 pages) -
The Scorpion's Quest (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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47 The Arctic Expedition The Arctic Expedition
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 07/1947

The Arctic Expedition (9 pages) -
Singapore Sal (7 pages) -
Flatbush Foley's Predicament (7 pages) -
The 2nd Chance (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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48 The Maelstrom of the Deep The Maelstrom of the Deep
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 08/1947

The Maelstrom of the Deep (9 pages) -
Death At High Noon (7 pages) -
Flatbush Foley's First Fight (7 pages) -
The Camera Fiend (8 pages) -
Crossword Puzzle
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49 The Vanishing Ships The Vanishing Ships
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 09/1947

The Vanishing Ships (9 pages) -
Adventure Dated 1776 (7 pages) -
Flatbush Foley vs. Lefty Wright (7 pages) -
The Good Ship Courageous (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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50 The Light That Failed The Light That Failed
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 10/1947

The Light That Failed (9 pages) -
The Venom of the Snake (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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51 The Return of Singapore Sal The Return of Singapore Sal
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 11/1947

The Return of Singapore Sal (9 pages) -
Messenger of Death (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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52 The Ghost of the Fishing Ships The Ghost of the Fishing Ships
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 12/1947

The Ghost of the Fishing Ships (8 pages) -
Algiers Adventure (9 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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53 On Target On Target
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 01/1948

On Target (8 pages) -
Doomed Atoll (9 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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54 The Return of the Snake The Return of the Snake
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 02/1948

The Return of the Snake (9 pages) -
Close Shave (7 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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55 The Perfect Disguise The Perfect Disguise
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1948

The Perfect Disguise (8 pages) -
Captain Noah's Ark (8 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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56 Uninvited Death Uninvited Death
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 04/1948

Uninvited Death (6 pages) -
The Fatal Disguise (5 pages) -
The Murderous Saw (6 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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57 The Scourge of the Seven Seas The Scourge of the Seven Seas
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 05/1948

The Scourge of the Seven Seas (6 pages) -
Singapore Sal Sails Again (6 pages) -
The Scourge Part II - Net Trap (5 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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58 Death Rides The Rapids Death Rides The Rapids
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 06/1948

Death Rides The Rapids (6 pages) -
Danger in the Depths (5 pages) -
Destination Danger (6 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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59 Shanghaied Shanghaied
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 07/1948

Shanghaied (6 pages) -
Return of the Dead (5 pages) -
Superstition of the Sea (6 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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60 Death For Sale Death For Sale
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 08/1948

Death For Sale Part I - Escape (6 pages) -
Death For Sale Part II - The Hypnotic Drug (5 pages) -
Death For Sale Part III - The Hour of Doom (6 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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61 Marooned Marooned
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 09/1948

Marooned (6 pages) -
Dangerous Treasure (10 pages) -
The Return of the Scorpion (5 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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62 The Return of the American The Return of the American
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 10/1948

The Return of the American (8 pages) - Don Winslow's nemesis, Tom Toguchi, is back and this time lobbing rocket bombs off a Japanese destroyer into the West Coast's Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Takes It Easy (8 pages) - Everytime Red mentions taking it easy, the situation onboard a warship just keeps getting worse.
Foul Fisticuffs (7 pages) - Taking some time out to manager an up-and-coming middleweight boxer, Don Winslow and Red are fired by the man when they get more press than he, leaving himself without any protection.

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63 Legend of the Sargasso Sea Legend of the Sargasso Sea
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Copyright: 11/1948

Legend of the Sargasso Sea (6 pages) -
The Castle of Evil (5 pages) -
The Disappearing Body (8 pages) -

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64 Dangerous Cargo Dangerous Cargo
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 12/1948

Dangerous Cargo (6 pages) -
Concrete Evidence (7 pages) -
The Big Snooze (7 pages) -
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65 The Flying Saucer Attack The Flying Saucer Attack
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 01/1951

The Flying Saucer Attack (10 pages) -
Chapter II - Jungle Adventure (8 pages) -
Chapter III - The Scorpion's Sting (8 pages) -

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66 The Great Solar Mystery The Great Solar Mystery
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 03/1951

The Great Solar Mystery (10 pages) -
Chapter II - Peril On Venus (8 pages) -
Chapter III - Dangerous Return (8 pages) -

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67 Terror on the Tundras Terror on the Tundras
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 05/1951

Terror on the Tundras (9 pages) -
Chapter II - In The Lair of the Beast (9 pages) -
Chapter III - The Death Blow (8 pages) -

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68 The Attack On Suaki The Attack On Suaki
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 07/1951

The Attack On Suaki Chapter 1 - Death on the Wing (9 pages) -
The Attack On Suaki Chapter 2 - Perilous Journey (9 pages) -
The Attack On Suaki Chapter 3 - Trail's End (8 pages)
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69 Jaws of Destruction Jaws of Destruction
Published by Fawcett

Copyright: 09/1951

Jaws of Destruction Chapter 1 - Report From Dukini (9 pages) -
Jaws of Destruction Chapter 2 - The Master Spy Strikes (8 pages) -
Jaws of Destruction Chapter 3 - Struggle to the Finish (7 pages)
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70 Return of the Scorpion Return of the Scorpion
Published by Charlton

Copyright: 03/1955

Charlton's Don Winslow #70: Reprints of three Fawcett stories found in Issue #26:
Return of the Scorpion
The Hidden River
The Scorpion Shows His Hand

71 Death Rides The Rapids Death Rides The Rapids
Published by Charlton

Copyright: 05/1955

Charlton's Don Winslow #71: Reprints of three Fawcett stories found in Issue #58:
Death Rides The Rapids
Danger in the Depths
Destination Danger!

72 The Perfect Disguise The Perfect Disguise
Published by Charlton

Copyright: 07/1955

Charlton's Don Winslow #72 - Reprints of two Fawcett stories found in Issue #55:
The Perfect Disguise
Captain Noah's Ark

73 Doomed Atoll Doomed Atoll
Published by Charlton

Copyright: 09/1955

Charlton's Don Winslow #71: Reprints of two Fawcett stories found in Issue #53:
Doomed Atoll
On Target

74 Don Winslow of the Navy - Shanghied Don Winslow of the Navy - Shanghied
Published by Charlton Comics

Copyright: 1955

A special one-shot appearance in Charlton's TV Teens, Issue #6 - Reprints of three Fawcett stories found in previous issues:
Shanghiied (6 pages) - The freighter Cactus has gotten a bad reputation for coming back to the US with only half of its crew still alive. Admiral Colby wants Don Winslow and Red Pennington to find out why. To do so, they let themselves get shanghaied.
The Superstition of the Sea (6 pages) -
The Return of the Dead (5 pages) -
Crossword puzzle
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75 Trouble Shooter Trouble Shooter
Published by AC Comics

Copyright: 1991

A Limited Collector Edition - Reprints of four Fawcett stories, albeit in black&white. Also, the "Don Winslow of the Navy" has been replaced with "Don Winslow Trouble Shooter":
Destination Danger! - from #58
Uninvited Death - from #56
The Fatal Disguise - from #56
unnamed - unknown

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DIGESTS AND MAGAZINES

Number of Digests:2
First Appearance:1937
Last Appearance:1937

1 Salute To Death Salute To Death
Don Winslow of the Navy Magazine Vol 1 - Issue 1
Written by Norman Daniels (writer)
Copyright: 04/1937

"96 pages of Cartoons - Articles - Stories including 16 pages in full color."

2 The Dragon's Blood The Dragon's Blood
Don Winslow of the Navy Magazine Vol 1 - Issue 1
Written by Norman Daniels (writer)
Copyright: 05/1937

"96 pages of Cartoons - Articles - Stories including 16 pages in full color."

COMIC STRIPS

Number of Arcs:0
Number of Strips:0
First Appearance:1934
Last Appearance:1935

       In 1934, the first book in the Don Winslow series, Don Winslow U.S.N. in Ceylon, was published. The same year, - in March in at least one paper, later in several others -  the comic strip devoted to this intrepid Naval Intelligence officer hit the newstands. Which was first? I have no clue. One reference postulated that the strip came first while another thought that the book was there before the strip. I have no proof either way.
       What I do know is that March 5, 1934 was the day the first panel was presented. July 30, 1955 was the last drawn panel. That is 21 years of 6 days a week or, if my calculator is right, 6,702 strips. That is a lot.
     Note that while reliable sources state it was March 5 that the first strip appeared, the earliest I was able to find was April 16. However, I found instances of other papers starting the series from the beginning a few months later so my source being a month behind is not unreasonable.
     One interesting aspect of these strips is that unlike many others of the day and subsequently, the author or the artist chose to not date each strip but instead to number them. The initial strip outlying the concept was #1 and the start of the actual first adventure was #2. This numbering rather than dating was not unique, just unusual.
     The numbering system was itself a tad strange, though. Every Monday through Saturday a new strip came out, numbered sequentially. Up until #846, a Saturday in most places (though the dates would vary). It was the end of one story arc. The next Monday, a new arc started and the numbering switched to '1A'. Every subsequent strip would be an #A. It was several hundred strips in that they also started getting dates penned on them as well as the numbers.
     Nearly three years later, '1000A' was followed by '1B', which would itself continue for another almost three years and '999B'.
     That would be followed by, and this is strange, '10C'. There is no break in the action, certainly nothing that would likely take 9 strips, so it would appear the switch to '10C' instead of '1C' was deliberate. Another three years progress and '1000C' would again be switched to '10D' and not '1D'.
     '999D' would be followed by, apparently, '1E'. My copies do not show those exact numbers but later strips with 'E' numbers on them show this to be true. From then on most strips would not have any numbers of them at all.


     In 1935 (exactly when I do not know) a Sunday comic joined the daily ones. That would mean likely another 1,000 Sunday editions. That is itself a whole lot.

       Adventure strips were always a serial affair with many days taken to tell a complete story, or "arc" in the parlance. There is no set number of strips in an arc so there is no way of determining how many different arcs exist in the long history of Don Winslow but it would likely number over 100. The same would be true of the Sunday editions so there are a lot of adventures of Winslow - just not sure how many.

       When Dell Comics' Popular Comics began to include several Winslow strips in each issue, it likely started with the first (or near first) of the newspaper strips. Looking at them, though, makes me think they are Sunday stories.

       If anyone has more information about the strips and any reprints available, I would love to hear from them.



     Listed below are the story arcs, both Daily and Sunday, that I have uncovered and their plot synopses.
     The very first one is gigantic, lasting an impressive 33 weeks at 6 strips a week. Being the first effort by the novice storyteller, it is convoluted to an amazing degree and wanders all over the map, literally and figuratively, before concluding with a one-panel deux-ex-machina saving of the heroes. I normally try to give a 1-3 line description of an arc but this one deserves a whole lot more breakdown.

1 Versus The Scorpion at the Panama Canal   Versus The Scorpion at the Panama Canal
Strips: D1 - D202
Dates: 03/05/1934 - 10/25/1934
Contributors: Frank Martinek (writer), Leon Beroth (artist)

Daily Arc 001.
There is so much going on in this opening arc that it needs to be broken down in subsets:
001: Introduction - One strip welcome to the series setting up the action of Don Winslow against the Scorpion.
002-012: Attack on a Navy Dirigible - The Scorpion demands two of his men take to the air in horrid weather to find and destroy a US Navy dirigible on a secret test run. The airship is gunned down and all but one crew member lost in the waters south of San Diego.
013-021: Winslow Gets His Orders - Don Winslow gets his first assignment in Naval Intelligence and shows Pennington around the interesting headquarters' secret laboratories.
022-041: Memory Loss and Mistaken Identity - The dirigible sole survivor's is rescued by Mexican fishermen but has total memory loss results. When word comes to the Scorpion that there was a survivor, they mistakenly think it is the man, not the Navy's.
042-048: Escape From the Law - The Scorpion demands that one of his agents, captured by authorities, be rescued. That was accomplished with the help of a low-flying plane and a rope ladder.
049-054: On the Search for Winslow and Pennington - Somehow the Scorpion knows that Winslow and Pennington are now on their hunt for him so agents are sent to identify them, though apparently they only have Pennington's name. They efforts include abducting a black steward and going out in black-face disguise. Luckily a friendly Japanese secret agent, who does know their identities, alerts them to the situation.
055-068: Trouble in the Windy City: A planned stop-over in Chicago gives Winslow and Pennington a chance to visit the home and laboratory of the deceased Admiral Warbuton. This is on the grounds of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. There they learn that a plane has been routinely surveilling the place for days. They also learn that the Admiral's plans and research are missing.
069-073: The Interest of the Beautiful Woman - A good looking but mysterious lady arrives in Chicago and makes sure she is on the same train as Winslow and Pennington, even going so far as to identify them from photos she has. She does not, however, make contact.
074-078: Pierre and Yvonne Enter the Picture - Aboard an arriving liner into New York are two new people. Pierre Le Fort is a pipe-smoking trench-coat wearing fellow and Yvonne is apparently his assistant. They are on some assignment for which they need to report to the Prefect of Police in Paris. They do not linger in the City long, though, before heading to St. Louis on a private plane.
079-086: Imposter Physician - As Pierre and Yvonne await the departure of their plane, a bearded and sun-glassed man begs to be given a ride with them, claiming he is a prominent physician needed urgently in Kansas City. Pierre spots his phony credentials and a holstered pistol. On him they find plans apparently stolen from a drilling company where the owner is also developing a new type of anti-aircraft gun for the Navy. Before they can question the fake doctor again, he is carted off on a stretcher suffering from 'a stroke of apoplexy'.
087-091: Sabotage Awaits the Train: Soon after Pierre and Yvonne resume their flight,  the pilot notices unusual activity on a set of train tracks below. The plane lands next to the track and Pierre discovers it has been sabotages. Luckily they are able to stop the train in time by flying over the train and dropping a flare.
092-093: Plot Thickens - The stopping of the train awakens Winslow and Pennington who join the search of the tracks. After learning they had narrowly escaped likely death, they are again surprised when a steward hands them a note from the mystery train beauty which has the image of the Scorpion and the ominous words "Death Overtakes All Foes of The Scorpion!"
094-097: Chinatown - The action switches to Chinatown in San Francisco and a tiny lantern shop of Lee Weng. Weng receives a summons to "Come in haste to fill your place at the Council - the Scorpion speaks". Weng then moves down steps and ladders to a subterranean area that predated the Fire. In a shrine to Buddha he activates a hidden switch to open a secret doorway. Inside, the formerly bent and heavily clothed Lee Weng shrugs off the disguise to reveal "the haughty features of a beautiful half-caste - Lotus - high in the Scorpion's command". She sits with two men already there, a male Oriental and a White who wears a mask over his eyes. The trio are "the three highest in the Scorpion's Council". Earnestly they listen to their leader on the radio phone as he berates them for the failure of their 'witless underlings' and insists that the three, Lotus, Cho San, and the Masked One, must finish the task of eliminating Winslow and Pennington themselves.
098 - 100:The Next Phase - after a one-panel recap of all that has gone on before, in which we learn that Pierre and Yvonne are from the French Intelligence Service and are also on the Scorpion case, we find Don and Red arriving in Kansas City where meeting with the French agents they learn that implicated in the affair is a New Mexico dude ranch owner named Osterman.
101 - 105: On To The Dude Ranch - Don and Red sneak out of their hotel to head to New Mexico. They are buy equipment to take the roles of vacationing fishermen to try to check into the dude ranch. They are immediately suspected.
106 - 108: At Anchor In Shanghai - A temp shift of view to Shanghai where a US squadron is spending time awaiting further orders. Two sailors discuss an AWOL tar who talked of the entire US Navy was going to be annihilated. The Japanese secret agent from before reveals a 'devilish plot' by the Scorpion to force America 'into war with a great nation'.
109 - 112: To The Ranger Station - Back at Osterman's dude ranch, Don and Red mingle with other guests and learn of Osterman's strange journey the night before with a little black bag heading in the mountains. They decide to ride horses to head to a ranger station they had been told earlier had intel on Osterman. Hearing a gunshot, they find the ranger dying in his cabin. His final words talk of the Holy Ghost Canyon.
113 - 117: The Holy Ghost Canyon - Don and Red want to head to the canyon but know they need a guide and are told that no guide would be available because the area is haunted. Back at the ranch, Don decides someone is using a radio so sneaks into Osterman's room to use his nifty radio apparatus. He intercepts a coded message from the Scorpion which he decrypts to learn of a planned attack.
118 - 123: To Destroy New Bombers - That attack is on the Universal Aviation Company off Lake Erie to keep a shipment of new naval bombers from being delivered. The men in the gang are aboard a ship in the harbor who sneak ashore and head to the facility where a team of police await them thanks to Winslow's warning.
124 - 128: The History of the Scorpion - With the aid of truth serum, Winslow questions the leader of the attackers who then relays the history of the Scorpion. There is also a recap told at Naval Intelligence HQ ending with news that Don is heading back to New Mexico.
129 - 130: Only Ghosts Allowed - Back in Santa Fe, Winslow goes in search of someone to take him to Holy Ghost Canyon. One prospect warns that only a ghost can get in there and others who try all get killed. Meanwhile, Osterman learns of Don and Red's earlier lie to get rooms in his dude ranch.
131 - 132: Osterman's Courtship - Osterman is smitten by Yvonne and goes out of his way to woo her by taking her on a horseback ride while recounting how important he is. After 'agreeing to marry her' Osterman assures her he is rich with a secret store of gold in the hills. 
133 - 136: The History of the Canyon - an old native recounts to Don and Red the history of Holy Ghost Canyon and how a swift river keeps people out of it.
137 - 139: To The Canyon! - Don and Red mount an excursion to the canyon but as they near it, one of those hired to help turns out to be an Osterman minion and tries to kill them in his sleep.
140 - 145: At the Canyon! - Osterman and Yvonne arrive at the canyon's entrance. Also just showing up but unseen so far are Don and Red. They see how Osterman's men have created a safe way to cross the rapid river. Inside the canyon they find a pre-historic city. There with the use of a clever device for using radio impulses to detect metal, Osterman has uncovered the hidden gold from the inhabitants of centuries before. When confronted by Don, Osterman slips and falls to his death.
146 - 148: Alert The Scorpion - A member of Osterman's team races back to the ranch with word of the boss's death. The Scorpion is unhappy when told and orders a trap for Don and friends as they return.
149 - 163: Trouble On The Way To Frisco - Winslow and co. head by car to Denver where they plan to fly to San Francisco but a Scorpion minion takes the place of their transport's co-pilot. That man manages to take control and land at a mountain ranch. When trying to escape, the plane they wanted to use is blown up.
164 - 168: Back To The Skies - Again on their way to the coast, Don and Red see a biplane take a nosedive. They land to investigate and find on the dead pilot's body a red code book showing he was a Scorpion agent named Count Borg heading to Frisco to meet up with Lotus. He also has an amazing resemblance to Winslow. A new plan comes to them.
169 - 176: A Date With Lotus - Lotus is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Count Borg who has a secret crush, it seems, for Don Winslow. Don decides to take the place of Borg and enter the lair of the beautiful Lotus. They hit it off very well immediately but Don/Borg earns the enmity of fellow Scorpion lieutenant and rival suiter Cho San. Lotus gives Don a tour of the facility (impressive place) and he finds a message hidden in a hollow tooth ready to be inserted into someone.
177 - 184: Impatient Red - Pennington begins to fret over the absent Winslow and heads in search of him but is immediately recognized and captured by Cho San's men. Don is confronted by Cho San who prepares to torture Red, forcing Don to announce himself. Only the surprise intervention by Lotus gets them free but she pays for it by being sentenced by the Scorpion to 'death by the three fangs'. With Don's help she herself is freed. When Don reads the message in the tooth, he and Lotus realize the Scorpion's plan for the destruction of the US fleet i while in the Panama Canal is about to begin.
185 - 188: Precursor to Attack - Under the direct control of Scorpion lieutenant known as the Baron. Upon learning that Winslow knows about the overall plan, he unleashes a radio-controlled plane to do surveillance. When it malfunctions and crashes, newly-arrived Winslow is able to examine it. Don is able to determine that these craft could be used to drop dynamite onto the fleet ships but that they must be coming from some hidden base nearby.
189 - 198: Attack The Base - Don and Red fly out to scout for the hidden base but are slowed when encountering a powerful electric ray used to protect the Scorpion's base. They nevertheless eventually find the hidden base with its submarine pen and direct Navy bombers to destroy it.
199 - 202: Against The Baron - Inspecting the rubble for possible survivors, Don and Red are accosted by the injured and irate Baron who captures them and is about to shoot. They are saved by a previously unseen huge puma leaping from a tree "maddened by the smell of blood". It kills the Baron, ending the whole affair. Winslow is congratulated for having saved the fleet and then told he has orders to catch a ship to China for his next mission.
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2 Versus Doctor Boaz   Versus Doctor Boaz
Strips: D203 - D244
Dates: 10/26/1934 - 12/13/1934
Contributors: Frank Martinek (writer), Leon Beroth (artist)

Daily Arc 002.
Don Winslow and Red Pennington have been ordered to head to China on their next mission. Soon after leaving on a US naval destroyer they encounter a tramp freighter in distress but the captain of that vessel refuses help. Hearing the cries of an American woman they board under resistance. Winslow will learn from a prisoner how the ship was involved in transporting opium and bombs. The opium is part of a vicious plan: "by order of the Scorpion destruction awaits the American Navy in the Far East ... [The Scorpion] has discovered a new extract of opium of deadly power. This strange drug is to be mixed in the tobacco sold to men of the fleet. A few pipefuls and the victims will be slaves forever." All this is happening in Shanghai so that is where Don and Red head. There they will find that the navy is indeed being targeted by an agent of the Scorpion, a noxious physician named Dr. Boaz.
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3 Versus The Falcon   Versus The Falcon
Strips: D245 - D289
Dates: 12/14/1934 - 02/04/1935

Daily Arc 003.
After a journey of many days, Don and Red near the suspected headquarters of the Falcon. In the rainy night an innkeeper offers them shelter and then insists. When Don accepts out of curiosity, he finds working as a serving girl there Lotus, undercover for Inspector Kwang. Don soon learns how the Falcon forced local farmers to grow the poppies. Meanwhile, we learn that the Falcon is frustrated with his boss, the Scorpion, and decides that he knows hypnotism and black magic as well as the Scorpion and that he can depose his boss as he likes, especially since he has a mysterious child, Ling Tai, in his control. The job to Don will be to defeat the Falcon and his Black Spot opium plan while not hurting the innocent Ling Tai.
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4 Versus The Masked One   Versus The Masked One
Strips: D290 - D342
Dates: 02/05/1935 - 04/06/1935

Daily Arc 004.
Summoned to Alaska to investigate some very strange goings-on, Don Winslow and Red Pennington will come up against one of the Scorpion's lieutenants who has been operating in that region, the Masked One. The would-be mastermind has been perfecting a "Radium Ray" shot from a "solaradium gun" which can kill unseen from a distance. With the larger model, he plans to use it to "defend our secret operations ... from all attacks by the U.S. Navy".
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5 Versus The Beetle   Versus The Beetle
Strips: S001 - S008
Dates: 04/21/1935 - 06/09/1935
Contributors: Frank Martinek (writer), Leon Beroth (artist)

Sunday Arc 001
A major lieutenant for the Scorpion, known as the Beetle, is tasked with keeping a US Navy destroyer squadron from interfering in a Central American takeover. His method is to lure the ships onto the rocks near a place called Pt. Bonito by using false signals from a lighthouse there. Onboard one of the destroyers are Don Winslow and Red Pennington.
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6 Versus The Tyrant   Versus The Tyrant
Strips: S009 - S021
Dates: 06/16/1935 - 09/08/1935
Contributors: Frank Martinek (writer), Leon Beroth (artist)

Sunday Arc 002
The squadron surviving the subterfuge in the previous adventure arrive at the Central American country of Tierra Nueva where Don Winslow hopes to learn whether the dictator known as The Tyrant is truly in league with the international mastermind, the Scorpion.
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7 Versus Captain Nimbo   Versus Captain Nimbo
Strips: S022 - S030
Dates: 09/15/1935 - 11/10/1935
Contributors: Frank Martinek (writer), Leon Beroth (artist)

Sunday Arc 003
Even as the Americans have aided the populace to unseat the Tyrant, a powerful Scorpion ship under the command of Captain Nimbo arrives to destroy the naval fleet. Don Winslow learns that the real prize in capturing Nimbo and his ship will be the Scorpion's code book.
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MY COMMENTS

The first word that comes to mind when I think about Don Winslow is "wow". Not because these are awesome stories. They aren't. They are not bad stories and many are really quite enjoyable. It is "wow" because there are so many of them!

This fellow had been, well, everywhere and fought just about every type of bad guy there is.

At the Poles? Been there. Far-East, Middle East, Near-East? Yep. South America? Lots of times. Back home? Many.

So, being a Navy man, does he have adventures at sea? Scads of them and some of them as the commander of a ship. Above the sea? Oh, yes. He can fly (well, aircraft). Below the sea? Yeah, he knows the inside of a submarine and how to fire a torpedo.

And with all of that, with adventures spanning from 1934 to 1955, saving the country or the world many times over and protecting the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, the rotten powers-that-be never think to give the por man a promotion. I mean it! When we first meet him, he is a Lieutenant Commander. When we last see him, he is the same. Kinda makes me wonder what he does in his off-time that keeps him from rising in the ranks.

On a tad more serious note, Don Winslow is extremely impressive for the wide scope of his presence in the entertainment world.

He starts (likely) as lead character in a book.

He then becomes the main protagonist in a very, very long running newspaper comic strip (just over two decades, most of those 7 days a week, 12 months a year).

Other books come out about his adventures. Four of them (five counting the initial one) are what I would consider meant for all ages. Seven more would be written for and marketed to youngsters.

Then come the comic books. First they were reprints of the many stories depicted in the newspapers but later, in the pages of Fawcett comics, he has a huge number of new tales. Fawcett released nearly 70 issues most of which had two or three adventures each.

Two movie serials of 15 short episodes each came out.

Two separate short radio series hit the airways.

All this for a character that is largely unknown to, well, just about everyone. I say this because I had considered myself an "expert" in spy series and I went over a decade introducing one series after another and I had never heard of Don Winslow. It was only when I branched into the comic book spy series sub-genre that I came upon him and then learned to my amazement how prolific the creator had been. [Luckily for me, there were others on the web who knew about him and helped me catch up.]

GRADE

My Grade: B

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