Marvel Comics (issue two was turned into Marvel Mystery Comics, and I don't know why, it's a mystery). I'm sure it's probably been explained somewhere, but I have no idea where that would be.
it's a fun and very violent issue. I quit counting the deaths at ten, and I bet there are at least ten more. it's been recolored now, to "look" better. I would have preferred to read it in it's original glory, unaltered, but the coloring isn't too detracting.
I've read the "origin" stories of the Human Torch and Namor the Sub-Mariner several times, sometimes in the exact form, sometimes with adaptions. the rest I've never read. I was surprised to see that Dorma, Namor's cousin, was around since the very beginning of the series.
the original Angel is the vigilante Batman only wished he could be, at least in this story, where the law is taken into his hands, and abetted by the entire police force. heck, they even talk about it openly before the Angel steps in. I'd never seen or read any of his stories before. nor had I read about Al Anders' Western hero the Masked Raider, either, and that was interesting.
we end with the jungle lord Ka-Zar the Great, who only bears the slightest resemblance to the Ka-Zar I know. still, for an adaption of the pulp story it's not a bad Tarzan rip off. I missed the Savage Land dinosaurs though.
thanks again Chris!