The third volume of the classic 1940's comic book series "the seven soldiers of victory" features six stories from their "leading Comics" run.
The art is decent; although there are no great artists like Mort Meskin in this volume. The stories aren't as interesting as the first two volumes either but they are still good. Five of the stories feature the group going up against gangsters and a master of disguise. The last story is perhaps aimed at the younger readers of the day it's a story book fantasy story in which a scientists formula allows characters like long john silver to come to life. All comics are fantasy stories but this one is on a REAL kids storybook type of fantasy level. But don't let that fact detour you from enjoying the book, the story is fun enough and the rest of them are standard crime fighting ones that are very enjoyable due to the characters of the seven soldiers themselves: they are the crimson avenger and his chinese american sidekick wing, green arrow and speedy , the star spangled kid and stripsey, the vigilante and the only hero with superpowers in the group the shining knight. DC during this era rarely had their characters battle the axis powers even though it was wartime which was a bad decision at the time; but the company still put out great comics anyways. So even though you don't get any war stories you get alot of fun tales of this underrated group. However the first two volumes are better and you should start there but thankfully they put this one out so we can enjoy these wonderful golden age comics today.