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BEWARE HC VOL 01
(A) Doug Wildey & Various Youthful operated from 1949 to 1954 and only publishing about ten distinct titles. Doug Wildey was the company's lead artist, with work published in virtually all their titles. He later went on to create the 1964 animated television series Jonny Quest for Hanna-Barbera. To add the excitement you even get a little something extra with the inclusion of Avon Comic's Phantom Witch Doctor (1952); George Harcourt (British East Africa commissioner) murders M'Basi (witch doctor) and Naba (M'Basi's daughter) to acquire their ivory cache, and rwenty-five years later, they return as phantoms to crush his son under tons of ivory. Plus, Night of Mystery (1953); John Mason leaves behind a diary detailing how he tried to help his friend Bob Trant who was a roaming monster, but there is no sign of Mason to be found? Collects Beware #10-12 (June 1952 to October 1952, plus Phantom Witch Doctor (1952) and Night of Mystery (1953).
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BRAIN BOY HC VOL 01
(W) Herb Castle (A) Gil Kane & Various (CA) Victor Prezio Brain Boy by the amazing Frank Springer (best known for Marvel Comics' Dazzler and Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is a heady mix of superhero, fantasy, supernatural, horror, suspense, science fiction and spy adventures! Brain Boy aka Matt Price Jr. works for the 'Organisation of Active Anthropologists,' in reality a special counter-intelligence branch of the U.S Secret Service that fights Communists and aliens. Brain Boy read minds, use telekinesis to lift objects or make himself fly, control minds, alter emotional states, and was also super intelligent. However, using his powers took a lot of mental energy, especially when facing another telepath and he could become exhausted quickly. Collects Brain Boy issues [Four Color] #1330 -#2 & #3 (April/June 1962 - February 1963), plus Ziff Davis' Space Busters #1 & #2 (Spring - Fall 1952).
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BRAIN BOY SLIPCASE ED VOL 02
(A) Frank Springer & Various (CA) Victor Prezio You just gotta get this little gem! Brain Boy by the amazing Frank Springer (best known for Marvel Comics' Dazzler and Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.) is a heady mix of superhero, fantasy, supernatural, horror, suspense, science fiction and spy adventures! Brain Boy aka Matt Price Jr. works for the 'Organisation of Active Anthropologists', in reality a special counter-intelligence branch of the U.S Secret Service. Fighting earth bound COMMUNIST enemies such as Ricotta and ALIEN adversaries like the microscopic Eerown! Brain Boy read minds, use telekinesis to lift objects or make himself fly, control minds, alter emotional states, and was also super intelligent. However, using his powers took a lot of mental energy, especially when facing another telepath and he could become exhausted quickly. Also featuring SPACE PATROL! Billed as 'America's Greatest Space Drama' and starring Commander Buzz Corry, this one's got it all, painted covers by Norman Saunders and Clarence Doore, interior art from the great Bernie Krigstein.
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CAVE GIRL HC VOL 01
(A) Iger Shop & Various After losing her parents when they were attacked by the savage Balu natives, Carol London escaped death when an eagle carried her away to the Dawn Lands, a valley hidden in time by the mountains known as the Barriers of the Moon! She was raised by wolves, becoming the pack leader after Kattu dies! With her ability to talk to the animals and her skill in using a bow, spear and knife learned form watching the Hairy Men, a group of Neanderthals who lived in the Dawn Lands she became Cavr Girl, only then having to fight off the attentions of the Neanderthal king Pood and the Hairy Men! Collects Cave Girl #11-14 (1953-1954) and Africa #1 (1955).
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CAVE GIRL SLIPCASE ED VOL 01
(A) Iger Shop & Various After losing her parents when they were attacked by the savage Balu natives, Carol London escaped death when an eagle carried her away to the Dawn Lands, a valley hidden in time by the mountains known as the Barriers of the Moon! She was raised by wolves, becoming the pack leader after Kattu dies! With her ability to talk to the animals and her skill in using a bow, spear and knife learned form watching the Hairy Men, a group of Neanderthals who lived in the Dawn Lands she became Cavr Girl, only then having to fight off the attentions of the Neanderthal king Pood and the Hairy Men! Collects Cave Girl #11-14 (1953-1954) and Africa #1 (1955).
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS HC VOL 02
(A) Wallace Wood & Various Just take a look - theres's horror and supsense with The Black Tarantula, classic sea-faring action with Moby Dick, jungle quests with the great Allan Quatermain, The New Adventures of Jack the Giant Killer, and an invisible man terrorizes the English countryside! All reproduced completely from cover to cover, just like the original comic, featuring some of the best comic book talent! Collects A Feature Presentation: The Black Tarantula #5 (1950), Moby Dick #6 (1950), King Solomon's Mines #1 (1951), Jack The Giant Killer #1 (1953), and The Invisible Man #1 (1955).
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS HC VOL 03
(A) Sam Glanzman & Various Just take a look here at Volume 3! It's 1903, ex-soldiers from the Spanish-American war prey on new settlers in the US Northwest! Fast forward to the 1950's and 'The Unknown Man' the Underworld Gang Lord who controls the Crime Syndicate. Now all the way back to the middle ages for the adventures of the Venetian merchant and explorer Marco Polo in the court of Kubla Khan! And the legends of Robin Hood and his meeting with Little John and the archery contest that was held to trap him! And finally to the 1600's and the epic adventures of Robinson Crusoe! Collects The Hooded Menace #1 (1951), The Unknown Man #1 (1951), Marco Polo #1 (1962), Robin Hood #1 (1963), and Robinson Crusoe #1 (1963).
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS HC VOL 04
(A) Norman Nodel & Various Even more Saturday morning picture show classic adventures for you to enjoy with Volume 4, featuring the stunning artwork of the great Sam Glanzman! The Voyage to the Deep series featured the adventures of the submarine Proteus and their adventures and battles pitted against an unknown and powerful alien enemy. Plus you get the bonus addition of Avon's Escape From Devil's Island; set up and framed for murder and robbery, Pierre Gavril is sentenced to twenty years of torture, hard labor, and isolation on Devils Island - and escape is said to be suicide. Collects Voyage to the Deep #1-4 (1962-1964) and Escape from Devil's Island #1 (1952).
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 02
(A) Wallace Wood & Various Just take a look - theres's horror and supsense with The Black Tarantula, classic sea-faring action with Moby Dick, jungle quests with the great Allan Quatermain, The New Adventures of Jack the Giant Killer, and an invisible man terrorizes the English countryside! All reproduced completely from cover to cover, just like the original comic, featuring some of the best comic book talent! Collects A Feature Presentation: The Black Tarantula #5 (1950), Moby Dick #6 (1950), King Solomon's Mines #1 (1951), Jack The Giant Killer #1 (1953), and The Invisible Man #1 (1955).
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 04
(A) Everett Raymond Kinstler, Sam Glanzman DELL - Voyage to the Deep #1 - #4 (1962 - 1964) AVON - Escape from Devil's Island #1 (1952) Even more Saturday morning picture show CLASSIC ADVENTURES for you to enjoy with Volume 4.Featuring the stunning artwork of the great Sam Glanzman (although no household name among the general public, the modest Sam Glanzman had many fans within the industry, including Stephen R. Bissette, Kurt Busiek, Garth Ennis, Stan Lee, Paul Levitz, Jim Steranko, Tim Truman and Mark Waid). The VOYAGE TO THE DEEP series featured the adventures of the submarine Proteus, led by Capt. Duke Peters and Admiral Jonathan Leigh and their adventures and battles pitted against an unknown and powerful alien enemy. All reproduced here completely from cover to cover - just like the original comic! PLUS you get the bonus addition of Avon's ESCAPE FROM DEVIL's ISLAND with art by Everett Raymond Kinstler, Norman Nodel and Vince Alascia. Set up and framed for murder and robbery, Pierre Gavril is sentenced to twenty years of torture, hard labour and isolation on Devils Island
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 07
(A) Don Heck, Pete Morisi DYNAMITE : Comic Media (1953 Series) Issues #1 - #5 May 1953 - January 1954 Johnny Dynamite created by Pete Morisi was a hard-boiled private detective, known as 'The Wild Man from Chicago.' Good friends with the D.A. but readily accepted by the underworld - he smoked cigarettes constantly, cursed frequently and had a bad habit of getting shot and beaten by his enemies. But always gave as good as he got - he was an experience and persistent detective taking his cases very personally and killed many of his early foes, claiming they were reaching for a weapon. Myra Benz, who had shot him in the eye, was brazenly killed without any true justification beyond his own sense of justice. The other main artist across Comic Media titles was Don Heck, who in 1955 would be recruited by Stan Lee to Atlas Comics, later to become Marvel Comics. Where he became one of the architects of what became known as 'The Marvel Age of Comics,' along with Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Dick Ayers. So combined Pete and Don make this 1950's five-comic set, today's winner but be warned,
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 07
(A) Don Heck, Pete Morisi DYNAMITE : Comic Media (1953 Series) Issues #1 - #5 May 1953 - January 1954 Johnny Dynamite created by Pete Morisi was a hard-boiled private detective, known as 'The Wild Man from Chicago.' Good friends with the D.A. but readily accepted by the underworld - he smoked cigarettes constantly, cursed frequently and had a bad habit of getting shot and beaten by his enemies. But always gave as good as he got - he was an experience and persistent detective taking his cases very personally and killed many of his early foes, claiming they were reaching for a weapon. Myra Benz, who had shot him in the eye, was brazenly killed without any true justification beyond his own sense of justice. The other main artist across Comic Media titles was Don Heck, who in 1955 would be recruited by Stan Lee to Atlas Comics, later to become Marvel Comics. Where he became one of the architects of what became known as 'The Marvel Age of Comics,' along with Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Dick Ayers. So combined Pete and Don make this 1950's five-comic set, today's winner but be warned,
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CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS SOFTEE VOL 01
(A) Joe Kubert & Various (CA) Joe Kubert Classic Adventure Comics is just like those old Saturday morning cinema clubs - there's the Son of Sinbad securing the release of the slave girl and recovering a fortune in gems and jewels in the process. All reproduced completely from cover to cover, featuring some of the best comic book talent including Joe Kubert, Carmine Infantino, Wally Wood, Alvin Hollingsworth, Bernie Krigstein, Frank Borth, Art Peddy, Morris Waldinger and Enrico Bagnoli. Collects Son of Sinbad #1 (1950), Secret Missions #1 (1950), The Mask of Dr. Fu Manchu #1 (1951), High Adventure #1 (1957), and Great Exploits #1 (1957).
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CLASSIC SCI FI COMICS HC VOL 06
(A) Wallace Wood & Various PS Artbooks Presents Classic Sci-Fi Comics Volume 6 with yet another absolute vintage collection of Sci-Fi comic gems! Featuring incredible science fiction in Strange Planets #1 (1964) with artwork by Wally Wood, Bernie Krigstein, Joe Orlando and Jack Davis. And continue your journey into unknown and strange worlds in Strange Planets #15 and #16 (both 1964) absolutely crammed with the cream of 1950's comic book talent including Mike Esposito, Hy Rosen, Russ Heath, Gene Colan, Everett Raymond Kinstler, Norman Nodel and Sid Check. And from Fago Magazines Atom-Age Combat (#2-3, 1959), starring the artistic talents of Dick Ayers!
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CLASSIC SCI FI COMICS SLIPCASE VOL 06
(A) Wallace Wood & Various Synopsis: I.W. Publishing - Strange Planets #1 (1958) #15 & #18 (1964) Fago Magazines - Atom Age Combat #2 & #3 (1959) PS Artbooks Presents CLASSIC SCIoFI COMICS Volume 6 with yet another absolute vintage collection of Sci-Fi comic gems! Featuring incredible science fiction in Strange Planets #1 with artwork by Wally Wood, Bernie Krigstein, Joe Orlando and Jack Davis. And continue your journey into unknown and strange worlds in Strange Planets #15 and #16 absolutely crammed with the cream of 1950's comic book talent including Mike Esposito, Hy Rosen, Russ Heath, Gene Colan, Everett Raymond Kinstler, Norman Nodel and Sid Check. And from Fago Magazines Atom-Age Combat starring the artistic talents of Dick Ayers! All reproduced completely from cover to cover - just like the original comics! Don't hang around for too long - like we've said before these beauties they won't be in orbit forever!
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CLASSICS HORROR COMICS HC VOL 03
(A) Various & Various We've unearthed some more little horrors! Originally these stories were produced for Charlton editor Al Fago who when he left reportedly sold them to St. John. And with the likes of the 'Nightmare' served up for us by the great Steve Ditko, where a man attempts to avoid the fate that his wife has dreamed for him , it's a good job he did! And in the 1958 series of Eerie we have everything from 'Up Pops The Devil!'-with Mister Lucifer no less!-to 'The Mirror of Cagliostro' featuring the Italian adventurer and self-styled magician with a passion for various occult arts! Collects Do You Believe in Nightmares #1-2 (November 1957-January 1958) and Eerie #1 and #8-9 (1958).
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CLASSICS HORROR COMICS HC VOL 04
(A) Various & Various We've unearthed some more little horrors! Beginning with Fantastic Fears #2 and 'Fiends From The Crypt'-chasing a thief named Banco into the Rome sewers, Signor Renzi and his partner, Pietro find Banco with all his body eaten. Quickly followed by Haunted Thrills #10 and 'Death At The Mardi Gras'-Marcus Kemp creates a robot duplicate so realistic he gets blamed for the murders it committed. And finally, even more horror and suspense from Beware #15, all brought to you by those masters of 1950's comics Robert Webb, Iger Shop, Myron Fass, Alvin Hollingsworth, Marty Elkin, and Tony Tallarico. Collects Fantastic Fears #2-3 (July-September 1953) and Haunted Thrills #10-11 (July-September 1953).
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CLASSICS HORROR COMICS HC VOL 05
(A) Various & Various As a spin off to the successful Black Magic comics that started a couple of years earlier came this offering-Strange World of Your Dreams, certainly one of the oddest comic anthology series ever created-its focus on the dream theme gave it a special flavor. The idea of a dream comic came from Mort Meskin. Order your copy and don't miss out on this little gem, otherwise your dreams may just turn into nightmares! Collects Strange World of Your Dreams #1-4 (August 1952-Jan/Feb 1953) and Challenge of the Unknown #6 (September 1950).
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FIGHT COMICS SLIPCASE VOL 02
(A) Lou Fine & Various Featuring Power Man (aka Rip Regan) who is given a 'power suit' by his friend and mentor Dr. Austin which gives him super-strength, imperviousness, and enables him to perform superhuman leaps alongside other classic comic heroes from Fiction House such as Shark Brodie, Kinks Mason, Spy Fighter, Chip Collins, Big Red McLane, Kayo Kirby, Oran of the Jungle, and Strut Warren. All masterfully brought to life by Lou Fine, George Tuska, Steve Broder, Leonard Frank, Fred Schwab, Charles Sultan, John Celardo, Fletcher Hanks, Dan Zolnerowich, Bob Powell, and Klaus Nordling. Collects Fight Comics #4-6 (April-June 1940).
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GHOSTLY TALES SLIPCASE VOL 01
(A) Dick Giordano & Various (CA) Rocco Mastroserio CHARLTON - GHOSTLY TALES VOL 1: ISSUE 55 - 59 April-May 1966 to January 1967 Hosting this PS Artbooks volume of GHOSTLY TALES is Mr. L. Dedd (later changed to I. M. Dedd), a middle-aged gentleman with purplish skin and horns who dressed like a vampire. Mr. Dedd spun his 'ghostly tales' from the parlour of his 'haunted house'. Ghostly Tales was part of a wave of new horror and suspense comics published by Charlton during this period. It debuted with issue #55, taking over the numbering of Blue Beetle (which itself had continued the numbering of Unusual Tales). Over the course of its 18-year run, Ghostly Tales was edited by Pat Masulli, Sal Gentile, and George Wildman. With a stellar line-up of regular contributors to the book including Rocco Mastroserio, Steve Ditko, Ernie Bache, Charles Nicholas, Dick Giordano, Pat Boyette, Bill Ely and Rudy Palais.
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GORGO HC VOL 01
(W) Joe Gill (A) Dick Giordano & Various (CA) Steve Ditko After a seaquake, a huge lizard-like creature walked out of the ocean and almost destroyed a fishing village in Ireland. Fortunately for the village, the same quake that brought the 65 foot monster to land has also grounded a salvage ship, the crew of which proved up to the task of capturing the beast. The monster, dubbed Gorgo, was really just a youngster and its 200 foot tall mother was coming for him. After a pitched battle with the British army, Gorga's mother, Ogra, was able to free her child and they both went lumbering back to the sea! Steve Ditko's artwork just engulfs you in this Silver Age giant monster tale! Collects Gorgo #1-5 (June 1961-January 1962).
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GORGO SLIPCASE ED VOL 01
(W) Joe Gill (A) Dick Giordano & Various Synopsis: CHARLTON - GORGO VOL 1 June 1961 - January 1962 Issues #1 - #5 After a seaquake, a huge lizard-like creature walked out of the ocean and almost destroyed a fishing village in Ireland. Fortunately for the village, the same quake that brought the 65 foot monster to land has also grounded a salvage ship, the crew of which proved up to the task of capturing the beast. Instead of killing it, or turning it over to the government, they decided to take it to London and put it on display for profit. Looking to be a huge success, things became more complicated when it was discovered the monster, dubbed Gorgo, was really just a youngster and it's 200 foot tall mother was coming for him. After a pitched battle with the British army, Gorga's mother, Ogra, was able to free her child and they both went lumbering back to the sea. That, however, was not the last the world heard of Gorgo. Apparently having found a taste for the land, the young monster began to make regular visits there. At the same time, governments, scientists, and even would-b
GORGO SLIPCASE ED VOL 02
(W) Joe Gill (A) Dick Giordano & Various Synopsis: CHARLTON - GORGO VOL 2 April 1962 - December 1962 Issues #6 - #10 After a seaquake, a huge lizard-like creature walked out of the ocean and almost destroyed a fishing village in Ireland. Fortunately for the village, the same quake that brought the 65 foot monster to land has also grounded a salvage ship, the crew of which proved up to the task of capturing the beast. Instead of killing it, or turning it over to the government, they decided to take it to London and put it on display for profit. Looking to be a huge success, things became more complicated when it was discovered the monster, dubbed Gorgo, was really just a youngster and it's 200 foot tall mother was coming for him. After a pitched battle with the British army, Gorga's mother, Ogra, was able to free her child and they both went lumbering back to the sea. That, however, was not the last the world heard of Gorgo. Apparently having found a taste for the land, the young monster began to make regular visits there. At the same time, governments, scientists, and even would-be
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GORGO SLIPCASE ED VOL 03
(W) Joe Gill (A) Dick Giordano & Various Synopsis: CHARLTON - GORGO VOL 3 February 1963 - October 1963 Issues #11 - #15 After a seaquake, a huge lizard-like creature walked out of the ocean and almost destroyed a fishing village in Ireland. Fortunately for the village, the same quake that brought the 65 foot monster to land has also grounded a salvage ship, the crew of which proved up to the task of capturing the beast. Instead of killing it, or turning it over to the government, they decided to take it to London and put it on display for profit. Looking to be a huge success, things became more complicated when it was discovered the monster,dubbed Gorgo, was really just a youngster and it's 200 foot tall mother was coming for him. After a pitched battle with the British army, Gorga's mother, Ogra, was able to free her child and they both went lumbering back to the sea. That, however, was not the last the world heard of Gorgo. Apparently having found a taste for the land, the young monster began to make regular visits there. At the same time, governments, scientists, and even woul
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JUNGLE COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 01
(A) Lou Fine & Various Synopsis: FICTION HOUSE - JUNGLE COMICS VOL 1 January - March 1940 Issues #1 - #3 Jungle Comics ran for almost 15 years and there's no wonder with a roster of creative talent like Lou Fine, Alex Blum, Taylor Martin, Fletcher Hanks, Chuck Winter, Art Peddy, Henry Kiefer, George Wilson, Bill Allison, Dick Briefer, Will Eisner, Ken Jackson, R. Louis Golden, Rafael Astarita, Charles Sultan, Robert Lewis and Bob Powell all serving us such jungle treats as these... Alex Blum created Kaanga, Lord of the Jungle, who after losing his family in the Congo, was adopted by a local tribe of 'ape-men' where he tackled everything from bad animals to dinosaurs to witch doctors to Germans, appearing in all 163 issues! While wandering the jungle, Tabu saved the life of a powerful shaman. In thanks the shaman gave him the 'extra sense' - heightened strength, speed, agility, as well as enhanced senses and in a true Fletcher Hanks fashion, unlimited magical powers. The 'Mystery Woman of the Jungle' Fantomah, is a mysterious goddess-like being. With vast omnipotent magical power
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KONGA HC VOL 02
(W) Joe Gill (A) Steve Ditko & Various More colossal Konga action pencilled by the late, great comic book giant himself. Mr. Steve Ditko. Including 'Konga Meets the Creatures From Beyond Space': after escaping England, Konga ends up on an island fighting flying saucers and aliens from another world! Only then, in 'The Land of the Frozen Giants,' to battle pre-historic dinosaurs in a lost Antarctica world. Until finally facing his mightiest challenge with 'Konga and The Mole Men!' All reproduced completely from cover to cover, just like the original comics! Collects Konga #6-10 (May 1962-January 1963).
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KONGA HC VOL 03
(W) Joe Gill (A) Steve Ditko & Various More colossal Konga action pencilled by the late, great comic book giant himself, Steve Ditko! Including 'The Monster Hunter' - but just who is hunting who? 'The Master Plan' - aliens attack the earth but come face to face with Konga who destroys them! And 'The Evil Eye' - Soviet scientists get control over Konga?! Sounds like a potential diplomatic incident to me, but I'll let you be the judge of that! Collects Konga #11-15 (March-November 1963).
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KONGA SLIPCASE ED HC VOL 02
(W) Joe Gill (A) Steve Ditko & Various More colossal Konga action pencilled by the late, great comic book giant himself. Mr. Steve Ditko. Including 'Konga Meets the Creatures From Beyond Space': after escaping England, Konga ends up on an island fighting flying saucers and aliens from another world! Only then, in 'The Land of the Frozen Giants,' to battle pre-historic dinosaurs in a lost Antarctica world. Until finally facing his mightiest challenge with 'Konga and The Mole Men!' All reproduced completely from cover to cover, just like the original comics! Collects Konga #6-10 (May 1962-January 1963).
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KONGA SLIPCASE ED HC VOL 03
(W) Joe Gill (A) Steve Ditko & Various Synopsis: CHARLTON: 1960 SERIES: ISSUES #11 - #15 March 1963 - November 1963 More colossal KONGA action pencilled by the late, great comic book giant himself - Mr. Steve Ditko.Including 'The Monster Hunter' - but just who is hunting who? 'The Master Plan' - aliens attack the earth but come face to face with Konga who destroys them! And 'The Evil Eye' - Soviet scientists get control over Konga?! Sounds like a potential diplomatic incident to me, but I'll let you be the judge of that - stocks are limited so don't miss your chance to own a piece of the action - grab your copy today! All reproduced completely from cover to cover - just like the original comics!
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MIDNIGHT COMICS HC VOL 01
(W) VARIOUS (A) Various Just when you thought it was safe to venture out - we bring you the strangest tales ever told at Midnight! I mean, c'mon! The original copies of these comics will have been swapped a hundred-fold or sold for pennies when the recess bell sounded in the magical long-ago frightful freakin' fab 'n' fantastic fifties schoolyards. And now you can pick 'em up for peanuts! Go get, 'em folks! I'm getting all wistful so you'll have to excuse me... it starts good and just keeps right on gettin' gooder. But then it's PS Artbooks, you warriors, so get with the program! Collects Midnight Vol. 1 #1-5 from Farrell Comics, published between April 1957 and February 1958. Available in Hardcover and Slipcased Hardcover editions.
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MIDNIGHT COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 01
(W) VARIOUS (A) Various Just when you thought it was safe to venture out - we bring you the strangest tales ever told at Midnight! I mean, c'mon! The original copies of these comics will have been swapped a hundred-fold or sold for pennies when the recess bell sounded in the magical long-ago frightful freakin' fab 'n' fantastic fifties schoolyards. And now you can pick 'em up for peanuts! Go get, 'em folks! I'm getting all wistful so you'll have to excuse me... it starts good and just keeps right on gettin' gooder. But then it's PS Artbooks, you warriors, so get with the program! Collects Midnight Vol. 1 #1-5 from Farrell Comics, published between April 1957 and February 1958. Available in Hardcover and Slipcased Hardcover editions.
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MILITARY COMICS SOFTEE VOL 01
(A) Bob Powell & Various The earliest appearances of Blackhawk, from Quality Comics' Military Comics #1-4 (1941) with stories by Will Eisner. Including the origin of 'Bart Hawk', Blackhawk's real name, and the death of Jack & Connie, Bart's brother and sister.
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MILITARY COMICS SOFTEE VOL 04
(A) Bob Powell & Various The fourth volume in this popular continuing series. Collects Quality Comics' Military Comics #13-16.
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MILITARY COMICS SOFTEE VOL 05
(A) Bob Powell & Various The fifth volume in this popular continuing series. Collects Quality Comics' Military Comics #17-19.
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OPERATION PERIL HC VOL 02
(A) Ogden Whitney & Various Maybe the brightest light in the ACG firmament and long overlooked is Operation Peril This second volume of Operation Peril from PS Artbooks is another winner for me, boasting stories by Richard E. Hughes (of course) and artwork by Ogden Whitney (double of course) plus Leonard Starr, Ken Bald, Morris Waldinger, Paul Gattuso, Edvard Moritz, Al Camy and George Wilhelms. Packed full of yarns of adventure and science fiction and whole host of other stuff like to make your eyes water! Collects Operation Peril #5-9 (June/July 1951 to February/March 1952).
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OUT OF SHADOWS HC VOL 02
(A) George Roussos & Various Standard Comics did not believe in #1 issues. They were convinced that comics sold better if they appeared to have been around for awhile, and therefore they started all their horror titles with #5. Those titles were The Unseen, Out of the Shadows, and Adventures into Darkness, each lasting about ten issues of fairly well-done E.C. imitations. Collects issues #10-14 (October 1953 to August 1954).
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PRE CODE CLASSIC ADVENTURE COMICS HC VOL 07 JOHNNY DYNAMITE
(A) Various & Various Johnny Dynamite, created by Pete Morisi, was a hard-boiled private detective, known as 'The Wild Man from Chicago.' Good friends with the D.A. but readily accepted by the underworld-he smoked cigarettes constantly, cursed frequently and had a bad habit of getting shot and beaten by his enemies. But always gave as good as he got; he was an experience and persistent detective taking his cases very personally and killed many of his early foes, claiming they were reaching for a weapon. Myra Benz, who had shot him in the eye, was brazenly killed without any true justification beyond his own sense of justice. Collects Dynamite #1-5 (May 1953-January 1954).
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RANGERS OF FREEDOM HC VOL 01
(A) Joseph Doolin & Various The Rangers of Freedom were 'Biff' Barkley, 'Tex' Russell and Peter Cabot, three young men who were recruited by the FBI because their physical and mental fortitude made them 'the best specimens of American youth.' They donned patriotically themed bulletproof costumes, but they had no secret identities. Together with Ranger Girl they fought villainous Nazis and Japanese forces led by the Super-Brain and the Black Dragon Society. Though they had no powers, the Rangers were good fighters. And they needed to be - as Superbrain's hooded axeman raises his bloody blade over Ranger Girl - the Freedom Trio slammed into action in the classic 'The Headsman of Hate'! Collects Rangers of Freedom #1-3 (October 1941-February 1942).
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SHOCKING MYSTERY CASES SOFTEE VOL 01
(A) L. B. Cole & Various The first installment of Shocking Mystery Cases, all of course digitally enhanced and faithfully reproduced for our Softee Collections. Collects Star Publications' Shocking Mystery Cases issues 51,52, 53, 55, 56, and 60.
SILVER AGE CLASSICS GORGO HC VOL 03
(W) Joe Gill (A) Dick Giordano & Various (CA) Steve Ditko After a seaquake, a huge lizard-like creature walked out of the ocean and almost destroyed a fishing village in Ireland. Fortunately for the village, the same quake that brought the 65 foot monster to land has also grounded a salvage ship, the crew of which proved up to the task of capturing the beast. Instead of killing it, or turning it over to the government, they decided to take it to London and put it on display for profit. Looking to be a huge success, things became more complicated when it was discovered the monster, dubbed Gorgo, was really just a youngster and its 200 foot tall mother was coming for him! Collects Gorgo #11-15 (February-October 1963).
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