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Centaur Publications (1938–1942) was one of the earliest American comic book publishers.
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'''Centaur Publications''' (1938–1942) was one of the earliest American comic book publishers.
   
 
The company's flagship title, the eponymous Comics Magazine, premiered with a May 1936 cover date. That comic-book series featured the first masked hero in American comics, writer-artist George Brenner's The Clock, in the November 1936 issue.
 
The company's flagship title, the eponymous Comics Magazine, premiered with a May 1936 cover date. That comic-book series featured the first masked hero in American comics, writer-artist George Brenner's The Clock, in the November 1936 issue.
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air_man.gif|'''[[Air Man]]'''
 
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Centaur Publications (1938–1942) was one of the earliest American comic book publishers.

The company's flagship title, the eponymous Comics Magazine, premiered with a May 1936 cover date. That comic-book series featured the first masked hero in American comics, writer-artist George Brenner's The Clock, in the November 1936 issue.


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