Another “Queen of the Teens,” another comic churned out of the Marvel/Atlas studio under Editor Stan Lee, and another unknown artist. What is known is that issue 20 was published July 1948 and while there are lots of comedy titles,
Sharing the relatively small “superhero magician” niche with Mandrake and Blackstone (of Super-Magician fame) Ibis distinguished himself by being a 4,000 year old Egyptian prince clothed in a modern business suit. He uses his knowledge of magic (greatly aided by the
Not to be confused with the English theologian and philosopher, this Henry Aldrich is the comic book spin-off of The Aldrich Family radio and television shows. A top 10 hit in the 40′s, the show became the prototype for teen-oriented situation comedies that followed.
These two books have quickly moved to the top of my favorites list as my interest has moved beyond the good girl theme to include motorcycle related covers. These incredible books directly reflect World War II in both Europe and
Detective Comics #151 has quickly become a favorite in my collection. After all it has a combination of the Batman in side car motorcycle driven by an enchanting blonde – everything I like in a comic rolled all into one! And
Really just the fifth in the series, #26 features Hedy in an ice skating barrel jump and #29 “winning” a tennis championship. They were published April and October 1948 respectively. As one of Timely Comics career girl characters, Hedy also
Timely published Georgie #15 on March 1948 near the middle of Georgie’s thirty-nine edition, seven year run that began in 1945. It was briefly known as Georgie and Judy after switching to Marvel’s other publishing house Atlas. Along with Frankie
This book had been far out of the reach of my budget, but I found this copy at auction described as “cover reinforced.” That seemed to mean a 70% discount off guide, but upon close inspection after receipt I’m not