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Flyin’ Jenny

Flyin’ Jenny was created by Russell Keaton. She began running right out of the gate as both a daily and Sunday newspaper strip on October, 1939.  Having previously…

Miss Fury

This is my favorite cover from the brief, eight book, Miss Fury comic book series that ran from 1942 to 1946. Covers on each are credited to, or…

Ernie

Ernie Comics #25 (March 1949) is the only humor genre comic to make my top twenty covers list. According to the Grand Comics Database, art credits to Mike Suchorsky…

Buster Crabbe

I spent almost three years searching for a copy of Buster Crabbe #5 – a book that always managed to get sorted to the top of the pile 30 years…

Fantastic Comics

This book had been far out of the reach of my budget, but I found this copy at auction described as “cover reinforced.” That seemed to mean a…

Fight Comics

Fiction House was a publisher of pulp magazines and comic books from the 1920’s to the 1950’s best known for its pinup-style good girl art across its whole…

Famous Funnies

There is no question this Frank Frazetta cover on Eastern Color’s Famous Funnies #209 (December 1953) is my all time, number one favorite. I remember staring at this image…

Cindy Comics

Cindy Comics from publisher Timely ran for a total of 12 issues, numbering #27 to #38. Issue #37 from December 1948 is below.                …

Air Fighters

What can be said about the cover of Air Fighters Vol. 2 #2 that you can’t already see? Well, aside from the button popping blouse, the eye brow…

Jo-Jo

My Jo-Jo Comics #10, 11 , 14 and 17 are pictured here.  All from 1948 all cover art is credited to Jack Kamen.  They are representations of Golden Age…