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Lana

Lana Comics #6* (June 1949) was yet another title from publisher Marvel/Timely tied to its large stable of female working gal and teen humor books that included Hedy, Jeanie, Margie,…

Sunny

Sunny #13 from Fox Features Syndicate is dated April 1948.  This book is largely popular due to the Al Feldstein “Junior” art inside.  While artists of other inside stories differ, they…

Bugs Bunny

Bugs Bunny‘s Vacation Funnies #2 (1952) is one “like new book” – perhaps the glossiest cover I’ve owned to date (almost need shades to block the reflection). My old Man…

Ozzie and Babs

While I have been looking for an Ozzie and Babs #9 forever, I ran across Fawcett‘s  Ozzie and Babs #4 (September 1948).  It is a better than average…

Four Color (Carl Barks)

Four Color #386 features Uncle Scrooge‘s first ever appearance and is from April 1952. Script, pencils, ink and cover – it’s 100% through and through by one of…

Wilbur Comics

Wilbur Comics #29 on the left from Archie Comics was published February 1950. The cover gag, “Wilbur, when I say pay more attention to figures, I mean the ones on…

Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories

  Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories (WDC) was published by Dell and ran an amazing 264 issues from 1940 to 1962. The series was the continuation of Mickey Mouse…

Torchy

Torchy is the embodiment of the GGA genre, really one of a small handful of extremely sexy comic characters that made it into the mainstream of Golden Age comic…

Super Cat – Frisky Animals

Frisky Animals Presents Super Cat #54 from Star Publications  was published on June of 1953.   The bright, contrasting color popping off the newsstand artwork is the clearly…

Miss America (Patsy Walker)

This fun football themed cover was printed January 1952 for issue Volume 7 #43 by Miss America Publications (which was part of Marvel/Atlas). Cover art is signed by Al…