Wow. I can't believe I haven't had an Amazing-Man story yet! I did do a tongue-in-cheek post about AMan, but no stories. Wow. And I love this guy! I think he's cool!
Amazing-Man was created by Bill Everett (who also created the Sub-Mariner and Hydroman). He debuted in the first issue of AMAZING-MAN COMICS, which was issue #5 (September 1939). The series ran 22 issues, ending with #26 (January 1942). Amazing-Man also appeared in all 5 issues of STARS AND STRIPES COMICS, #2-6 (May-Dec 1941). [Apparently, Centaur didn't believe in starting a series with a #1 issue!] And that is the entirety of AMan's golden-age career.
You can read all about him on Toonopedia and Major Spoilers.
This story is cool because it features his arch-nemesis, The Great Question, and also features his assistant Zona Henderson. Zona is no damsel-in-distress. Every time AMan tells her to stay back, she's like, "Ummm...no." And she doesn't get captured and need rescuing, she kicks butt. Even the Great Question tells his henchman: "Don't try to out think her, you can't!"
This is good stuff.