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Comic books in 'Infinity Covers'

  • Issue #1
    It's Gametime (1955) 1

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    Infinity cover. This scarce first issue of It's Game Time was published at the height of the Walt Disney Davy Crockett craze when every manufacturer and publisher featued the famous frontiersman in their products and publications. Davy is represented here by a Crockett themed cover and a Davy Crockett game page inside. Packed full of puzzles, games, riddles, magic tricks, tongue twisters, cartoon flips, scrambled squares, word games, optical illusions, and more. Dodo and the Frog, Mickey Mars...and his Space Zoo, and Lone Feather make appearances too! Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Comics Collector (1983) 8

    Summer 1985. Articles in this special issue include: Catwoman Batman TV, Showatman's Six Lives; Top Dollar for DC '60s Comics; Terrific Deals at Comics Cons; 10,000 Up-To-Date Values; Special Book Excerpt - Why Comics Are Valuable. Batman cover art looks to be by Dick Giordano. Saddle Stitched, 8-in. x 11-in., 88 Pages, B&W.

    NOTE: Batman and Robin (Carrie Kelley) appear in an article here almost a year before Batman: The Dark Returns is released. - Odinson, mycomicshop.com Archivist

    Cover price $2.25.

  • Issue #1
    Madman Wizard Ace Edition (1996) 1

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    Features a cool "infinity" cover, made more so by a clear acetate cover partially overprinted with the first image in the infinity repetition. Reprints the black and white edition of Madman #1 first published by Tundra in 1992. Although this edition reprints the #1 issue, the numbering on the cover reads "Wizard #58" AND "Number 4," reflecting Wizard's Ace Edition numbering system. The print run on Wizard Ace Editions # 1-14 does not exceed 5,000 copies.

  • Issue #1947
    Story of Johnny Surge, The (1947) 1947
    • Staple rust with migration.
    • Cover oxidation.
    • 2" cumulative spine split.

    The Story of Johnny Surge, or Why We Don't Push the Sale of Pine Tree Milkers (1947), features an infinity cover, and is a promotional comic book distributed by Surge Farm Dealers to dairy farmers seeking better milk production from their herds. This promotional comic book has been featured in Comic Book Marketplace magazine. 16 pages, full color, 7-in. x 10.25-in., newsprint, with no cover price.

  • Issue #1
    Little Max (1949) 1

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    Cover by Al Avison (credited as Ham Fisher). Stories and art by Ham Fisher (credited), Mo Leff, Warren Kremer, Al Avison and Vic Herman. Joe Palooka's speechless sidekick from the popular Ham Fisher boxing strip gets his own comic, noteworthy for early versions of Little Dot and other Harvey characters. Little Max makes like Michelangelo when he carves a bust of Joe Palooka out of soap. Li'l Dot, yet to develop her Harvey look or her dot-obsession, hatches a plan to swim with her grandma's ducklings. Plus an illustrated profile of Little Max's creator, cartoonist Ham Fisher. Infinity cover also features the covers of Harvey's other Ham Fisher comics, Joe Palooka and Humphrey. Meet Ham Fisher and Little Max; Circus Daze; The Uninvited Guest; The Genius; Humphrey Wins a Prize; Clown Capers; Rhymes of Reason; Li'l Dot; The Unlucky Cat; Junior Genius: A Whale of a Time!!!; Re-Voice English; Lil Dot and the Surprise Cake; The Cut-Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #500
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 500
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Scuffing on front and back of case
    • Newsstand Edition
    • Label #18614A-001
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    • Paper: White
    • Label #2116589001
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    • Paper: White
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Newsstand Edition
    • Label #A91623-001
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    64-page Giant centennial issue with infinity cover. Superman's life story is recounted in "The Life Story of Superman!," an all-new three-chapter story written by Cary Bates with art by Curt Swan and inks by Frank Chiaramonte. Inside front and back covers feature a text history of Action Comics written by E. Nelson Bridwell. Julius Schwartz, editor. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #8
    Batman (1940) 8
    Published Dec 1941 by DC.

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    Cover pencils by Fred Ray, inks by Jerry Robinson. "Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); From prison, Big Mike Russo is able to have his gang kidnap the warden, replace him and the guards with a look alike, then use the prison as a base of operations to commit crimes while providing alibis to those committing them; Batman figures that the only way to uncover this scenario is to get put in prison himself. "The Strange Case of Professor Radium!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); A scientist finds a way to use radium to bring the dead back to life, and he uses himself as a guinea pig; Although the experiments are successful, the Professor pays dearly for his discovery, for, in the end, as Batman says, it has created a Frankenstein monster. 2-page Chief Hot Foot story by Henry Boltinoff. "The Superstition Murders!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane (signed), inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The cast of a stage production decides to have a "superstition" party, intentionally carrying out every well-known superstition they can think of; But when one of them is killed, Batman and Robin enter the fray to single out the perpetrator of the deed. "The Cross-Country Crimes!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Jerry Robinson and George Roussos (backgrounds); The Caped Crusaders are invited to Washington D.C. to meet with the head of the FBI, but the Joker shows up and shoots the G-Man. 68 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Captain Marvel Jr. (1942) 37

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    Infinity cover featuring Freddy Freeman's newsstand. Freddy is holding a copy of Captain Marvel Jr. #37. Not suprisingly, all the comic books featured in the newsstand are Fawcett titles including Capt. Midnight, Master Comics, Funny Animals, Wow, and Don Winslow of the Navy. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.