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Minute Man

Minute Man was one of the many “Red, White and Blue” super heroes to emerge from the early 1940’s.  Minute Man #3 was published by Fawcett on March…

White Princess of the Jungle

White Princess of the Jungle #2  is from publisher Avon Periodicals, Inc. on September 1951. Cover art is by  Everett Raymond Kinstler – who went on to become a mainstream artist…

Undercover Girl

Undercover Girl, Starr Flagg  #6 was published by Magazine Enterprises and is dated January 1953.  Classic motorcycle cover art by Bob Powell. The titled lasted just three issues.  It contained inside…

ZIP Comics

ZIP Comics #18 was published by MLJ Magazines  on September 1941.  The cover is by one of my favorite artists, Irv Novick.  Character is Steel Sterling. Before Superman…

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…

School Day Romances

School Day Romances #2 is from Star Publications,  February 1950.  Upon my first seeing it, it immediately became one of my top 20 covers.  Yes, clearly another classic…

Daredevil

Back in the day Daredevil, the original Golden Age version, was actually one of the more successful comic book superheroes relative to the hundreds created during the 1940s….

Four Favorites

The famous “lost your shots” cover from the venerable Ace Magazines by Sam Singer appeared on issue #31 on October 1947. I also briefly owned Sam’s “spin the bottle” cover on Scream…

Thrilling Comics

Thrilling Comics #53 (April 1946) is another classic from Alex Schomburg. The dazzling composition (complete with hero saving a blonde haired damsel who is dangerously in jeopardy of slipping…

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…