From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Was a Canadian comic book. Publisher during the World War II.
While they published a number of Canadian creations, they are perhaps best known for printing Canadian reworkings of scripts bought from American publisher Fawcett Comics. American comic books were barred from crossing the border into Canada when the War.
In order to fill in the void and supply Canadian kids' appetite for comic books, Anglo American and Maple Leaf. Publishing started publishing comics in March 1941. Anglo-American's first title that March was. A tabloid-sized publication which reprinted comic strips, chief amongst them Robin Hood and Company by.
Toronto Telegram's Ted McCall. Which had run in Canadian newspapers since 1935.
Amongst Anglo-American's characters were Freelance, Commander Steel, Purple Rider, Red Rover, Kip Keene, Terry Kane and Dr Destine. Grand Slam Conics, Vol, 3, No, 10 September, 1944. Whiz Comics Vol, 3, No, 9, September, 1944.
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