Lost and stranded in a small town, Lance Gallant and his friends encounter superstitious townsfolk who claim a werewolf stalks the nighttime streets!
It turns out there is a lycanthrope, and only Lance's super-powered alter-ego, Captain Triumph, saves his friends from being shredded by the inhumanly-strong furry fiend, who escapes into the night!
They also meet Rafferty, an expert in lycanthropy, whose arrival in the town a year ago coincided with the werewolf's appearance.
After Lance is attacked a second time, he and his twin brother Michael's ghost (who merges with Lance to become Captain Triumph) confer...
Illustrated by Reed Crandall, this never-reprinted tale from Quality's Crack Comics #51 (1947) was apparently an attempt to boost sagging sales by introducing horror elements.
Curiously, though the Captain Triumph character himself is supernatural-based, the werewolf in the story is a creation of science run amok and belief in the unseen is mocked as mere superstition!
which features his first AND last cover appearances along with two other classic images!