Dive into the world of Captain Fleet with this captivating single issue published in January 1952, boasting a distinct trait common to Ziff-Davis publications – a beautifully painted title that exudes the essence of vintage pulps. Our hero, Captain Fleet, takes center stage, tenderly attended to by a gorgeous blonde who is clearly more concerned about the dear Captain’s injury than the slippage of her cleavage from the loosely fitting confines of her blouse.

But wait – isn’t it the captain who’s supposed to go down with his ship? This intriguing cover offers a tantalizing twist on the classic trope, setting the stage for an adventure that’s sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats.

Inside, richly illustrated stories await, courtesy of Frank Borth, the creative mind behind The Spider Widow. Each page bursts with action, mystery, and intrigue, inviting readers to embark on a journey of discovery alongside Captain Fleet and his fearless crew.

Of particular note, this specific issue comes with a fascinating provenance – purchased from the ‘Hurricane Sandy Collection‘ via comicconnect. While lacking special certification, its inclusion in such a collection speaks volumes about its rarity and historical significance.

Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of comic book history with Captain Fleet – it’s a vintage treasure that’s sure to stand the test of time!

* Sold Copy