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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…

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…

Exciting Comics

Exciting Comics #38 from April 1945 is “in the shop” for a press and slabbing.  But that shouldn’t stop me from posting this brilliantly colored gem of a motorcycle…

Captain Marvel Jr.

Published by Fawcett September of 1943, the cover of Captain Marvel Jr. #11 makes for a centerpiece of a motorcycle comic cover collection.  Drawn by artist Emanuel “Mac” Raboy,…

Big Shot

Here we have a motorcycle cover on Big Shot Comics #66, published May 1946 by Columbia. On the cover is Brass Knuckles, presumably drawn by creator Mart Bailey. Mart…

A Date With Judy

I’ve posted here before that multimedia franchises were not just a modern phenomenon, but part of a strategy as old as Madison Avenue itself. There was a time when…

Stuntman

Joe Simon and Jack Kirby were the creators of Stuntman – the same real life dynamic duo behind the creation of Captain America. Stuntman debuted later (during that…

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…

Spy-Hunters

I purchased Spy-Hunters #17 (April-May 1952, American Comics Group) for its motorcycle cover.   Unfortunately, as is typical with many books, there is no motorcycle story on the inside. The…

Sparkler

Sparkler Comics was a United Features vehicle for generating additional revenue via comic sales from previously published newspaper strips. This book (#13) was printed in the war era…