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Soldiers of Furtune

Soldiers of Fortune #5 was published December 1951 by American Comics Group. The series ran 12 issues from 1951 to 1953. The cover by Ogden Whitney (of Skyman…

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Skyman

Skyman, as the name indicates, was an aviation hero. He grew up as orhan Allen Turner and was raised by his uncle. Typical of so many superheroes who…

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Shadow Comics

Shadow Comics was a long running series published by Street and Smith. The series produced many cool covers.  I have been lucky enough to own a couple of…

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Sensation Comics

Sensation Comics was the primary vehicle for Wonder Woman, having appeared on the series cover of the very first issue in January 1942. Her popularity would spawn her very…

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Modern Comics

Quality was the publisher of Modern comics, and its numbering continued on from Military Comics starting with #44 (November 1945). The title change from Military to Modern serves as…

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Saint

The Saint comic books were a small part of what detective-mystery book author Leslie Charteris wrote for the Simon Templar (aka The Saint) character. Starting from numerous novels an…

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Rusty Comics

With a powerhouse publishing brand like Marvel Comics and an iconic editor like Stan Lee it is amazing they produced a comic book series about which so little information is…

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Rulah

The creation of Rulah, Jungle Goddess is credited to Matt Baker. In fact, the undisputed champion of good girl art and artist famous for Fox’s Phantom Lady and…

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Red Seal

Here we have my copy of Red Seal #14, out of the infamous Harry A. Chesler publishing house. Issue is dated October 1945. The inside story and cover…

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Rangers

Rangers Comics began as Rangers of Freedom Comics (a costume superhero team) which started 1941. It ran seven issues before being changed to Rangers Comics (continuing to use…