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First published in 1940, Wings Comics was the descendent of Fiction House’s old Wings magazine from the 1920s. Both the comic and the magazine were aimed at flight enthusiasts, with earlier issues, in particular, concentrating on aviation history and (relatively) basic aerobatic stunts such as wing-walking. As the war in Europe spread to America, the magazine moved from a pure aviation focus to publishing war-hero stories that were virtually indistinguishable from the Blackhawk and Captain Midnight tales that were popular at the time. Thankfully, the title later regained its stature by shifting the focus to true-life aviation heroes, aviation history, as well as model airplane building. Although never a huge sales success, it maintained a loyal fan base of flight enthusiasts which kept title going for almost fifteen years.
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Fiction House is an American publisher of pulp magazines and comic books that existed from the 1920s to the 1950s. Its comics division was best known for its pinup-style good girl art, as epitomized by the company's most popular character, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle. The later issues of Wings Comics are also a fine example of good girl art.