Fawcett is best known today for creating the character of the original Captain Marvel in Whiz Comics (Named for Captain Billy's Whiz Bang)
This is a storied character, later incorporated into DC comics. He's got a movie coming out this Spring
In this issue, Captain Marvel meets Mr Mind (although he doesn't realize it).
Unfortunately, the same comic is plagued with racial stereotypes. To date, DC is opting to not reprint the storyline.
1949 Fawcett Jackie Robinson comic, hailing him as "Brilliant Jackie has overcome all handicaps to become a symbol of the fighting spirit of the American boy"
The issue is "written by Charles Dexter"
I don't know anything about who this was. If anyone does, let us know
The story begins with Jackie being an excellent student and athlete (and his brother Mack too)
Jackie has to weight options given the barriers he faced.
Young Jackie Robinson becomes a sports sensation at UCLA, finds love, weighs his options -- but then Dec 7th, 1941 happens - and they
puts asides thoughts of their own happiness for the sake of their beloved country
Jackie Robinson is discharged in late 1944, and joins the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro League
Then the Brooklyn Dodgers call - and Jackie is faced with both hope and hostility, as seen in the 1949 Fawcett comic