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All Star Comics

The Justice Society of America (JSA) on this beautiful copy of All Star Comics #16 is drawn by Frank Harry and features nine members: The Sandman (Wesley Dodds);…

Star Spangled Comics

Star Spangled Comics #46 was published by DC Comics  in July 1945. Gil Kane was the cover artist. Inside stories feature characters Newsboy Legion, Robotman, the Star Spangled Kid and…

Boy Commandos

The Boy Commandos #7 motorcycle cover was done by famed Captain America creative team Jack Kirby and Joe Simon for publisher DC back in  June of 1944. Psychologically it was likely appealing to…

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…

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…

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,…

Superman

The boss, the top dog, el jefe, the king, number one – I really don’t think there is anything I can say here that hasn’t already been written…

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…

Gang Busters

One wouldn’t have thought the squeaky clean publisher DC Comics would have entered the grimy genre of crime comics, but flagging superhero sales by 1947 indeed had it…

Wonder Woman

Within the great halls of the pantheon of American cultural comic icons there are just four seats upon which rest the weary, yet still resilient and proud bodies…