Nothing is known about the artist behind this bold and graphic scene of the Blue Beetle on the cover of issue #59 on the left.  It is complete with damsel in distress (Daily Record reporter Joan Mason) and classic headlights. This issue was published June 1950, towards the end of the Blue Beetle’s (aka Dan Garrett) run with Fox.  A police officer who owned a special bulletproof costume, he was further empowered with super-energy by taking “Vitamin 2X,” developed for his fight against crime by assistant and neighborhood pharmacist Dr. Kranz.

Incredibly, the issues first story features Blue Beetle foiling bad guys by churning butter, molding milk bottles and throwing ice cream!

Issue #51 on the right is from December, 1947. This is Jack Kamen cover art of “The Shady Lady.” Her story begins inside front cover where she is described as a “nocturnal bombshell”  and a “dangerous doll who dates with death!”

I also own Blue Beetle #3 (August 1940) while not a GGA cover, it is a classic early superhero.