We Have Already Seen...
Now let's continue this Golden Age tale about "feminazis", as Rush Limbaugh would call them..
Where the Amazons of Wonder Woman were kind and loving, wanting to help Mankind, these women embody the worst stereotypes of "strong women", feared by men of the era!
The Boy Explorers were typical of the "kid gang" strips of the era, combining a group of stereotypes (tough Brooklyn/Bronx or hillbilly urchin, glasses-wearing intellectual, annoying little-brother type, and a "typical" American boy) along with an adult mentor.
The plots ranged from fighting crooks and enemy spies in their neighborhood to travelling to exotic locations.
(This particular group is taking an around-the-world cruise.)
This never-reprinted tale from the back of Harvey's Terry and the Pirates Comics #4 (1947) was written and illustrated by the team of Joe Simon & Jack Kirby (who created the genre), this tale came out at the end of the concept's popularity, when stories became more and more outrageous to hold the waning audience's interest!