Uncle Sam

Issue Cover Appearance? Comment Reprinted In
National Comics #1 Yes "The Coming of Uncle Sam" vs Purple Shirts Jerry Iger's National Comics #1 (1985)
National Comics #2 Yes
National Comics #3 Yes
National Comics #4 Yes
National Comics #5 Yes "The True Story of Uncle Sam ... Who He Was and How He Came To be"
National Comics #6 Yes "Sabotage" - smashes undersea air base
National Comics #7 Yes
National Comics #8 Yes
National Comics #9 Yes (no title) vs Boss Hank McFlauge and helps secure a free election
National Comics #10 Yes
National Comics #11 Yes (no title) - reforms steel magnate's exploitationof workers and improves conditions in steel mill town
National Comics #12 Yes (no title) - breaks up ring of Axis agents and their plan to sabotage an arsenal
National Comics #13 Yes (no title) - breaks up slavery racket Rocket's Blast Comicollector #112
National Comics #14 Yes (no title) - vs the Black Legion
National Comics #15 Yes (no title) - No title, vs, criminal inventor
National Comics #16 Yes "Invasion via Hollywood" The Lou Fine Comics Treasury (1991), The Art of Lou Fine (1979)
National Comics #17 Yes protects the Panama Canal
National Comics #18 Yes (no title) - prevents Nazi invasion in Portland, Maine
National Comics #19 Yes
National Comics #20 Yes
National Comics #21 Yes
National Comics #22 Yes
National Comics #23 Yes
National Comics #24 Yes
National Comics #25 Yes "Uncle Sam and his Adventure in Panama"
National Comics #26 Yes
National Comics #27 Yes (no title) - convinces Chuck Thompson to join the Army
National Comics #28 Yes
National Comics #29 Yes (no title) - vs. Dr. Dirge, a scientist and Axis supplier of a narcotic chemical
National Comics #30 Yes
National Comics #31 Yes
National Comics #32 Yes
National Comics #33 Yes vs. Boss Spring
National Comics #34 Yes vs. Big John Fales
National Comics #35 Yes
National Comics #36 Yes
National Comics #37 Yes (no title) - teams up with The Vagabond, his European counter-part
National Comics #38 Yes "Boat of the Dead" - vs. a crook using drugged zombies to commit crimes
National Comics #39 Yes (no title) - thwarts black marketeers
National Comics #40 Yes "Uncle Sam and the Syndicate of Crime" - breaks up crime club
National Comics #41 Yes (no title) - vs. Nazi agents
National Comics #42 No vs. Ant-Men
National Comics #43 No
National Comics #44 No
National Comics #45 No
Uncle Sam Quarterly #1 Yes "Forged Faces", "The King of Crime", "The Mad Poet", "The Man Who Sold His Country", The Steel Helmets", "Uncle Sam a Fake!" Comic Reprints, Oklahoma
Uncle Sam Quarterly #2 Yes "Revolt of the Villians",vs. Malvolo
Uncle Sam Quarterly #3 Yes vs. Professor Nakajima, a Japanese agent
Uncle Sam Quarterly #4 Yes
Uncle Sam Quarterly #5 Yes (no title) - vs. the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, "Murder!", (no title) - vs. Pottsy McGraw and Cloutin Clammy, "The Secret of the Wax Museum"
Uncle Sam Quarterly #6 Yes (no title) - vs. Herman Shiler, Japanese agent, "The Case of the Murdered Parrots" - vs. Japanese saboteurs, "3 Crazy Riddles" - breaks up rings of Axis plane saboteurs, (no title) - vs. The Pied Piper, a Nazi Agent
Uncle Sam Quarterly #7 Yes "Recipe for Trouble" - helps magician brother and sister team thwart criminals, (no title) - thwarts Japanese agents using voodoo myths as a cover, (no title) - Origin and history recounted, (no title) - vs. a gang of criminals disguised Captain Kidd and pirates
Uncle Sam Quarterly #8 Yes (no title) - vs a German scientist able to summon traitors from the past, (no title) vs. Blackout, a Nazi agent, "Death for the Daredevil Squadron" - solves sabotage crimes against an elite bomber squadron, "Who Wins?" - Solves murder on a ship

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