This publication is part of the Golden Age Preservation Project. Please visit the Project's home for a complete list of classic Golden Age comics preserved through this project at: http://ronglick.com

Amazing-Man (John Aman) is a fictional, American comic book superhero whose adventures were published by Centaur Publications during the 1930s to 1940s in the Golden Age of Comic Books. Historians credit his creation to Bill Everett together with Centaur art director Lloyd Jacquet. The character influenced the creation and origin of Charlton Comics' 1960s superhero Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt, as well as Marvel Comics Iron Fist character in the 1970s. As was common practice during the period, Amazing-Man Comics did not have an issue #1. In fact, the series began with issue #5.

This issue includes the exploits of Amazing-Man, the Iron Skull, Minimidget, Mighty-Man, Dash Dartwell, the Voice, Reef Kinkaid, the Shark, and Rusty and the Gang.

By using modern Kindle conversion technology, the editor seeks to make these original masterpieces available to a much broader audience. Publication is from collected scans of public domain material. The editor has not scanned any of these books - he simply collected scans made by others and converted them to Kindle format. In each instance, he has used the best scan he can find, but occasionally the scans are less than perfect. The price of each comic is set as the minimum per sale value allowable by Amazon for these publications.