Mr. America/The Americommando

Issue
Cover Appearance?
Comment
Reprinted In
Action Comics #33
No
"The Origin of Mr. America", 1st Appearance Heroes Illustrated #3, 1968
Action Comics #34
No
(no title) - captures a defense contractor sabotaging his own plants
Action Comics #35
No
(no title) - vs. the Spider, an axis saboteur
Action Comics #36
No
(no title) - captures The Reed, the leader of an Axis spy ring
Action Comics #37
No
(no title) - captures an Axis spy and rescues a kidnapped inventor
Action Comics #38
No
(no title) - vs. the Gorrah, who is in the U.S. bombing academic centers. The Gorrah dies rather graphically in this story, D: Gorrah.
Action Comics #39
No
(no title) - breaks up sabotage ring targeting factories and aviation industry
Action Comics #40
No
(no title) - vs. The Purple, an axis propagandist
Action Comics #41
No
(no title) - captures the Black Gang when they try to rob Allied gold
Action Comics #42
No
(no title) - Bob Daley becomes Fat Man, Tex Thompson invents Mr. America's flying carpet, I: Queen Bee, vs Queen Bee, a female crimelord organizing theft of government radium stores
Action Comics #43
No
(no title) - vs. crooks using giant rubberized robots for crime
Action Comics #44
No
(no title) - breaks up a criminal circus
Action Comics #45
No
(no title) - A untold story of Mr. America in which he defeats the Thunderbolt, a costumed Axis agent
Action Comics #46
No
(no title) - vs the Queen Bee, using a giant robot Indian to commit crimes
Action Comics #47
No
(no title) - vs. The Queen Bee and her scheme to commit crimes using criminal midgets disguised undead Norse Vikings
Action Comics #48
No
(no title) - vs. the Queen Bee as she commits crimes in the Pied Piper's town of Hamlin
Action Comics #49
No
(no title) - O: Queen Bee, The Queen Bee's father appears and reveals that his experiments have wiped away his daughter's conscience, leading to her criminal behavior, he and Mr. America capture the Queen Bee and reform her by reversing the effects of the experiments
Action Comics #50
No
(no title) - captures spies sabotaging ships and the robbing the sunken vessels
Action Comics #51
No
(no title) - vs. the Framer
Action Comics #52
Yes
(no title) - becomes the Americommando, vs Baron Von Goeber of the SS, Nazi references become overt
Action Comics #53
No
"The Adventure of the Americommando and the Cinema Saboteur" - vs. crooked studio exec stealing films for Axis agents
Action Comics #54
No
"Destination: Berlin" - feature title changes to Americommando, but Thompson still referred to as Mr. America, FDR appears, Tex Thompson gets orders to become a special agent in Germany, disguised as a Nazi but carrying out sabotage against the Hitler regime, Part 1
Action Comics #55
No
"Escape from the Scaffold" - Mr. America name no longer used, Thompson arrives in Germany and takes on the identity of Captain Riker of the German military, contacts the underground and begins sabotage actions in Germany
Action Comics #56
No
(no title) - I: Dr. Ito, vs. Dr. Ito, a diminutive Japanese assassin
Action Comics #57
No
(no title) - vs. Dr. Ito, revealed to be half-German, half Japanese
Action Comics #58
No
"The Brigade of the Biting Rabbit" - liberates Dr. Ito's concentration camp
Action Comics #59
No
"Missive for Mussolini" - helps Pro-Allied underground in Italy
Action Comics #60
No
"Rations for Victory" - Feeds the hungry in Nazi-occupied seaport in Greece
Action Comics #61
No
"The Dikes of Death" - An old woman helps the Americommando thwart the Nazis in Holland
Action Comics #63
No
"The Blitz Barge" -  Dr. Ito attempts to trap the Americommando using a barge loaded with dynamite for sabotage  
Action Comics #63
No
"A Right in Der Fuhrer's Face" - The Americommando stages a prize fight to lure Hitler into the open
Action Comics #64
No
"Peter the Small" - helps a kid oppose  the Nazis in Russia
Action Comics #65
No
"Shickelgruber's Nightmare" - Hitler has a nightmare that the Allied Force and the Americommando are closing in, only to barely when he escape when he wakes to see it's true
Action Comics #66
No
"Burma Remembers" - The Americommando takes his operations to Asia on a mission to battle Japanese forces in Burma
Action Comics #67
No
"The Secret of Shanghai Rose" - finds a parrot used to transmit secret war codes
Action Comics #68
No
"Between Dishonor and Death" - protects an American convoy from Japanese battleships
Action Comics #69
No
"Traitor's Bait" - defeats Colonel Kung, a traitor in the Chinese Army
Action Comics #70
No
"Words are Weapons" - helps Chinese immigrants oppose Japanese forces
Action Comics #71
No
"Mission for Freedom" - rescues downed Allied pilots in Japan
Action Comics #72
No
"Cargoes of Death" - helps enforce an Allied blockade of Tokyo, Dr. Ito's return is announced at the end by the defeated Japanese
Action Comics #73
No
"The Return of Dr. Ito" - vs. Dr. Ito, Master Assassin
Action Comics #74
No
(no title) - After Dr. Ito strips the Ammericommandos disguise, the hero escapes back to America, destroying a Nazi bomber and Dr. Ito in the process
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