All Winners

All-Winners Comics #12 (Spring 1944) was on my want list for a long time, mainly due to its Captain America on a motorcycle cover by Alex Schomburg. Prices…


World’s Finest Comics

World’s Finest Comics #19 was published by DC on January 1945. If fans of either Superman or Batman could part with just one small nickel more than the…


Thrilling Comics

Thrilling Comics #53 (April 1946) is another classic from Alex Schomburg. The dazzling composition (complete with hero saving a blonde haired damsel who is dangerously in jeopardy of slipping…


Official True Crime Cases

Official True Crime Cases #24 is one a small number of books I own in the crime genre.  I purchased it for its nearly hidden “motorcycle” cover by…


Mitzi’s Boyfriend

From Marvel Comics (yep, the publishers of Captain America and Spiderman) under its Timely indicia Mitzi’s Boyfriend was a short lived six issue series that ran from June 1948…


Leave It to Binky

You would be correct for thinking there are a lot of “teen humor” Golden Age comic books.  No doubt they sprang up post-WWII as superhero’s demand faded – and…


Junie Prom

Junie Prom #2 was “Tops in Teen-Age Fun.”  From the tiny Dearfield Publishing Co. this issue was published Spring 1948.  I’ll let the cover speak for itself on this post….


All New Comics

All New Comics #8, published by Harvey on May 1944, is special.  Not just for its hooded fiend cover drawn by Alex Schomburg  (sometimes this issue is referred to…


Americas Best Comics

America’s Best Comics #17 from Nedor/Better Publications published March 1946. Featuring Black Terror, Fighting Yank, Doc Strange and Pyroman all scrimmaging in a football game!  Had to have it.  Oh,…


Mutt & Jeff

Collecting comics can have a strange way of leading you down various paths – one day you’re collecting good girl art (gga), the next motorcycle covers, then superheroes,…