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FRANKENSTEIN MAD SCIENCE OF DICK BRIEFER HC
(W/A/CA) Dick Briefer Frankenstein: The Mad Science of Dick Briefer reanimates a most unusual Frankenstein monster, one 'who, like Ferdinand the Bull, would rather pluck flowers than pluck off people's heads.' Briefer's Frankenstein mixes screwball comedy with canny observation of postwar America into a creation that would shock the original monster senseless! It's alive! Collects Frankenstein #1-#6 (Prize Publications, 1945-1946).
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PS ARTBOOKS PLANET COMICS SOFTEE VOL 01
(W) Carmine Infantino (A) Dick Briefer & Various And here's another title in PS Artbooks yummy Softee series, this time in the guise of Fiction House's Planet Comics, featuring issues #1-3 (January to March 1940). Writers and artists include Lou Fine, Dick Briefer, Malcolm Kildale, Ken Jackson, Alex Blum, Henry Kiefer, Alvin Charles, Will Eisner, George Tuska, Arthur Peddy, Bob Powell, Fletcher Hanks and R. Louis Golden plus more fins and headlights than you'd ever see in the world's biggest motor show and more gigantic teeth than ever made it into a dentistry lab.
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ROY THOMAS PRESENTS BRIEFER FRANKENSTEIN HC VOL 07 1952-53
(W) Roy Thomas & Various (A/CA) Dick Briefer Dick Briefer's Frankenstein is widely regarded as being America's first ongoing horror series. Indeed, it was Briefer's work that probably caused the creature to be actually named as Frankenstein instead of the nameless monstrosity from Shelley's novel. Splitting the stories between two stools-humor and horror-Briefer's tales are absorbing and unsettling in equal parts. Some of the humorous material has already been reprinted, though not necessarily in order nor in total. Until now! Collects issues #22-27, December 1952/January 1953 to October/November 1953.
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ROY THOMAS PRESENTS BRIEFER FRANKENSTEIN SLIPCASE 1954
(W) Roy Thomas, Dick Briefer (A/CA) Dick Briefer Dick Briefer's Frankenstein is widely regarded as being America's first ongoing horror series. Indeed, it was Briefer's work that probably caused the creature to be actually named as Frankenstein instead of the nameless monstrosity from Shelley's novel. Splitting the stories between two stools - humor and horror - Briefer's tales are absorbing and unsettling in equal parts. Some of the humorous material has already been reprinted, though not necessarily in order nor in total. Until now, of course! Collects issues #28-33, December 1952 to November 1954.
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