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Aviation writer [[HoganRobertJ Robert J. Hogan]] pitted the World War I flying ace and master spy against some of the most vile foes the Kaiser's scientists could conceive: “The Skeleton Patrol,” the “Squadron of Corpses,” “The Headless Staffel,” the “Wings of Invisible Doom” and dozens of other weird enemies. But nonetheless, //G-8 and His Battle Aces// were victorious for 110 issues, until the magazine folded in 1944.
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Aviation writer Robert J. Hogan pitted the World War I flying ace and master spy against some of the most vile foes the Kaiser's scientists could conceive: “The Skeleton Patrol,” the “Squadron of Corpses,” “The Headless Staffel,” the “Wings of Invisible Doom” and dozens of other weird enemies. But nonetheless, //G-8 and His Battle Aces// were victorious for 110 issues, until the magazine folded in 1944.


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