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Marvel Family (1945) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Marvel Family (1945) 1

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    Cover pencils by C. C. Beck. 1st appearance Black Adam in "The Mighty Marvels Join Forces!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza; The old wizard Shazam relates the origin stories of each of the members of the Marvel Family; When Black Adam returns to Earth, the entire Marvel Family must team up to stop him. "The Show Case," a detective story starring Richard Richard Private, Ah Choo, and Flub Dub, script and art by Dick McCay. "Shamrocks for Perry" text story by Bert Mill. "The Marvel Family and Baby Marvel," script by Otto Binder, art by C. C. Beck (?); The Marvel Family vs. Blacky Bucher; Baby Marvel was a Marvel in name only and made only one appearance. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $30,000 Marvel Family #1 CGC 5.0 1st Appearance Black Adam Uncle Shazam Appearance 1945
    $35,000 MARVEL FAMILY #1 CGC 6.0 FOR SERIOUS COLLECTOR'S ONLY.

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  • Issue #2
    Marvel Family (1945) 2

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    Cover pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. The Marvel Family and Aunty Anti-Marvel, script by Otto Binder, art by C. C. Beck; Dr. Sivana disguises himself as a new member of the Marvel Family: Aunty Marvel. Mary Marvel and The Black Magician, script by Otto Binder, art by Jack Binder. Mobali Man's Courage text story by Chester Whitehorn. Captain Marvel, Jr. Vs. The Wild Woods Boy, script by Otto Binder. Captain Marvel and The Miracle Worker, script by Otto Binder. Captain Marvel Club ad. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Marvel Family (1945) 3

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    Cover pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. "The Marvel Family Moves a Town!!", script by Otto Binder; Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel, Jr., and Uncle Marvel versus A.A. Atlas. "Captain Marvel, Jr. in Crooks on Ice!"; versus Mr. Sheldon and Red Bern; This story reveals that Freddy Freeman is the mascot of the Beaver Hockey Club. "Mary Marvel and The Marvelous Transport-O-Phone"; Mary Marvel battles Prof. Dripp and Prof. Slugg. "Gun-Shy" text story by Justin Dewey Triem. "Capt. Marvel and The Marvelous Dinosaur," script by Bill Woolfolk; Captain Marvel versus Hiram the Hermit, who he takes over his knee and gives him a good spanking. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $920 MARVEL FAMILY #3 CGC 8.5 WHITE PAGES // FAWCETT PUBLICATIONS 1946
    $1,100 MARVEL FAMILY #3 FAWCETT 1946 GOLDEN AGE CGC 4.5 The Beginning Of Marvel

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  • Issue #4
    Marvel Family (1945) 4

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    The Marvel Family in The Witches' Tale, art by Pete Costanza; The Witches try to track down their fourth witch, Elviry, who is living in the city under the name Ellie Hawkins. Captain Marvel Jr. and The Knife of Jade. Tough Job text story by Claude Dunnagan. Don Quixote Rides Again, script by Bill Woolfolk. Captain Marvel and Sivana's Vampire, script by Otto Binder, inks by Pete Costanza. Mary Marvel Enterprises dress ad. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $2,000 Marvel Family #4 CGC 7.5 1946 Golden Age Incredible Condition 77 Years Old

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  • Issue #5
    Marvel Family (1945) 5

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder and others. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. After astronauts are captured by cavemen on Jupiter, The Marvel Family decides to introduce the Jupiterians to a little thing called civilization. When Mary Marvel encounters a poor, mistreated girl named Ella, she gets to re-enact the Cinderella fairy tale for real, with a taxicab for a coach and herself as fairy godmother. Captain Marvel builds the Shazam Robot, which talks like C3PO, but when it goes on a rampage, The Marvel Family must reboot it with their fists. The Marvel Family Civilizes a Prehistoric Race; Captain Marvel and the Crime Masquerade; Mary Marvel Becomes a Fairy Godmother; Captain Marvel Jr. Goes Down Memory Lane; Underground Duel; The Marvel Family and the Shazam Robot. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Marvel Family (1945) 6

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    Cover by Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family helps a reporter who must file stories on three impossible topics or lose his job. Captain Marvel Jr. tries to figure out what is causing ordinary sayings and metaphors to become reality. An actor gets a job playing Captain Marvel on a gambling ship in international waters, which causes confusion when the real Captain shows up. The Marvel Family Makes the Headlines; Pee Wee Pete; Captain Marvel Jr. and the Too True Sayings; Its in the Stars; Mary Marvel and the Quizzical Crook; Kanvasback Kenny Gets Roped in; Captain Marvel Meets the Worlds Greatest Actor; Whipper Snappers. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $700 MARVEL FAMILY #6 CGC 4.5 COSTANZA COVER 1946 FAWCETT MARY MARVEL Golden Age Rare

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  • Issue #7
    Marvel Family (1945) 7

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    Cover by Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family visits Shazam on the Rock of Eternity to make a stand against the personifications of Sin, Terror and Wickedness. Captain Marvel Jr. pursues a strange idol that inspires revenge. Sivana's latest invention puts the then-new device of radar to evil uses. The Marvel Family Reaches Eternity; Peewee Pete; Captain Marvel Jr. and the Idol of Vengeance; Kanvasback Kenny; Mary Marvel in Fools Paradise; Judge Smudge; Fear; Captain Marvel and the Radar Fiend. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $795 Marvel Family #7 (Fawcett, 1946) CGC 4.0
    $1,199 Marvel Family #7 CGC 5.5 1946 Golden Age Of Marvel -great Investment Book HTF

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  • Issue #8
    Marvel Family (1945) 8

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, Howard Boughner, and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family finds King Arthur's Round Table, soon to be their regular meeting spot - but first they must prevent Professor Goondok and his goons from getting hold of it. Captain Marvel Jr. tries to help Lens Louie film a newsreel, but Louie turns out to be the worst cameraman ever. Mary Marvel happens on a strange old man in the forest singing the most beautiful tune, but evil songwriter Ike Plugger wants the tune for himself. Introducing the Marvel Round Table; Peewee Pete; Smoke Screen for Murder; Captain Marvel Jr. and the Worlds Worst Cameraman; Judge Smudge; Mary Marvel: Forest Symphony; Kanvasback Kenny Battles Cupid; Captain Marvel and the Melancholy Clown. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $1,199 THE MARVEL FAMILY #8 CGC 4.0 FAWCETT PUBLICATIONS 1947 Golden Age HTF BUY GOLD

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  • Issue #9
    Marvel Family (1945) 9

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, Jack Binder, C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. While on an expedition to the North Pole, The Marvel Family encounters Vikings, descendants of Leif Erikson who were trapped in the ice for 1000 years. When publishers show no interest in Sivana Jr's book on his battles with Captain Marvel Jr., he uses his evil inventions to strike back at the publishers. John Marble continually finds trouble, because he looks exactly like Captain Marvel, but has no powers. The Marvel Family and the Last Vikings; Kanvasback Has Young Ideas; The Bullfighter; Captain Marvel Jr. and the Sinister Scrapbook of Sivana Jr.; Pee Wee Pete; Mary Marvel and the Dead Mans House; Judge Smudge; Captain Marvel and His Unwilling Double. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $600 MARVEL FAMILY #9 CGC 4.0 CLASSIC C.C. BECK COVER 1947 FAWCETT MARY MARVEL

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  • Issue #10
    Marvel Family (1945) 10

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    Cover pencils by C. C. Beck. The Sivana Family Strikes at the Marvel Family--Part 1, script by Otto Binder, art by Pete Costanza; Having dropped out of sight for some time, the Sivana Family tries to measure the power of the "Shazam" lightning, but fails; However, Junior discovers the existence of an element named Protium that would provide the power needed to do so. The Sivana Family Strikes at the Marvel Family--Part 2: The Sinking of Atlantis, script by Otto Binder, art by Jack Binder; Mary travels into the past--to the lost city of Atlantis, seeking out Georgia Sivana. The Spectacular Spectator starring Kanvasback. The Money In the Shoe text story by John C. Adler. The Sivana Family Strikes at the Marvel Family--Part 3: Captain Marvel Faces Danger In the Deep!, script by Otto Binder, pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. The Sivana Family Strikes at the Marvel Family--Part 4: Atlantis Rises Again, script by Otto Binder, art by Bud Thompson. The Sivana Family Strikes at the Marvel Family--Part 5: The Marvel Family in The Battle of the Age!, script by Otto Binder, pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. Mary Marvel Enterprises dress ad. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Marvel Family (1945) 11

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, Otto Binder, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. An evil well has turned the entire community of Synnburgh wicked, but The Marvel Family must save them before a volcano destroys the town. The Marvel Family is astonished to meet a talking dog, and even more astonished when it accuses Billy Batson of murder! The Marvel Family faces Reaper Reagan, who collects souvenirs of his crimes, and wants to add some Marvel mementos to his collection. Plus a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie and The Log Jam Rescue, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Well of Evil; Peewee Pete; The Talking Dog; Judge Smudge; Kanvasback: The Wide-Awake Contender; Bucket of Trouble; Colonel Corn and Korny Kobb; The Sinister Scavenger Hunt. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Marvel Family (1945) 12

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, Otto Binder, Howard Boughner, and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Out West, The Marvel Family faces a band of mysterious bandits with iron armor and mechanical horses. The wizard Shazam summons Captain Marvel into the past, to help Ulysses reclaim his kingdom and his bride Penelope after his return from the Odyssey. The Marvel Family searches for the three clues a famous explorer left to his fortune, only to discover they're all in Fawcett City. Plus a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie's Counter-Spook, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Marvel Family Battles The Iron Horsemen; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Whipper-Snappers; Captain Marvel: The Kingdom of Ulysses; Hot Lead; The Three Clues to Fortune. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Marvel Family (1945) 13

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    Cover art by Pete Costanza. Mary Batson's Inheritance, script by Bill Woolfolk; the Marvel family face the Duke and Dutchess of Batson. Good Provider half-page starring Judge Smudge, script and art by Howard Boughner. The Sinister Attractor starring Captain Marvel, Jr. The Town That Couldn't Lie, script by Bill Woolfolk; Mary follows an unsavory character named Elias Fibber into a small town called, Trueville, a town that was known for never telling a lie; She discovers Fibber is after the town charter, which is worth a fortune. The Sheriff of Timbershoot text story John Osgood. Half Baked starring Peewee Pete. Caught In Court humor half-page starring Judge Smudge, script and art by Howard Boughner. The Man In the Mirror starring Captain Marvel starring Dr. Eric Vodal, script by Bill Woolfolk. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Marvel Family (1945) 14

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    Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, Otto Binder, Howard Boughner, and Pete Costanza. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family must solve the mystery of the missing barges, but first they have to prevent a burning truck from colliding with fuel barges. Mary Marvel learns that a series of kidnappings is the work of giants, who want people as dolls and living chess pieces. When the Marvels think Captain Marvel is ill, they try to get him to take it easy, right when Snake Samson's gang is on the loose. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Saves the School Party, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Disappearing Barges; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Whipper-Snappers; The Persistent Salesman; Mary Marvel: The Giants Toyland; Smoke Without Fire; Giggle Gags; Captain Marvel: Invalid. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Marvel Family (1945) 15

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    The Triangle of Crime, script by Otto Binder; the Marvel family faces the Triangle. Cleans Up humor half-page starring Lazy Lee. Basil Wentworth's Greatest Performance starring Captain Marvel, Jr., art by Bud Thompson. Prescribed For Laughter humor page starring Whipper-Snappers. Gets the Bird humor page starring Judge Smudge, script and art by Howard Boughner. The Menace At Girls' Town, script and art by Otto Binder; Mary decides to make a visit to Girl's Town, a home run democratically by a team of girls, and discovers that she has to stop the destructive efforts of a woman who wants to become head mistress. The Midget Bandit starring Peewee Pete. Condemned To Die starring Captain Marvel and Sivana, script by Otto Binder, art by C. C. Beck. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Marvel Family (1945) 16

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    Stories and art by C. C. Beck, Howard Boughner, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. When the Sivana family is slighted by a society function, Sivana plots revenge on the Marvels with a formula that makes them belligerent to each other. Mary Marvel encounters an enchanted gingerbread man who has been sent to Earth by a fairy's spell, and dreams of turning into a real man. Aliens abduct Captain Marvel and force him into gladiatorial combat with the mightiest beings from other planets. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie and the Radar Rescue, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Marvel Family Has a Quarrel; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete Goes Nuts; Whipper-Snappers; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Scroll of Death; Mary Marvel: The Gingerbread Man (A Modern Fable); Big Mike Donlan; Captain Marvel: Mightiest Mortal of the Universe. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Marvel Family (1945) 17

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Bill Woolfolk, Howard Boughner, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Billy learns that the Batson family - specifically, his and Mary's generation - was cursed by a witch seven generations ago. When a vengeful criminal puts a contract on Captain Marvel Jr., two other crooks decide to dress up Freddy Freeman as Captain Marvel Jr.... not knowing he IS Captain Marvel Jr. A car salesman from 2047 sends a car back in time 100 years, but no one can operate the voice-activated device without causing mayhem on the streets. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie and the Secret-Play Touchdown, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Marvel Family Curse; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Whipper-Snappers; Freddy Freeman Plays a Part; The Tornado Man; No Place for Heroes; Sunken Hopes; The Future Car. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Marvel Family (1945) 18
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #21-31C4038-018
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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, Howard Boughner, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvels help a farmer whose land has been taken over by squatters, only to discover these are interstellar squatters from another world. When a young matador falls for a vacationing Mary Batson, she tries to figure out how to help him in the bullfight ring. OG Captain Marvel flies into space to help scientists survive on the world's first space station. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie's Counter-Spook, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. Terrific cover, possibly by Pete Costanza. The Squatters From Space; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Captain Marvel, Jr.: Crime Without Reason; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Boy Matador; On the Job; Clarinet Clue; Captain Marvel: Danger at the Space Station. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Marvel Family (1945) 19

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, and Jack Binder. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel family faces a giant that has been slumbering under the Old Man of the Mountain rock formation for generations. Construction on a tunnel under the West River awakens a sleeping triton that attacks the workers, and Mary Marvel dives into action. The original Captain Marvel gets involved in the cutthroat world of midget auto racing when he offers to help a boy win the race for his elderly inventor father. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Saves the School Party, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. Classic cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. The Monster Menace; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Captain Marvel, Jr.: The Correspondence School Genius; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Triton and the Tunnel; Coffin of Concrete; Ice-Capades; Captain Marvel: The Midget Auto Race. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Marvel Family (1945) 20

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    The Marvel Family Feud, script by Bill Woolfolk, art by C.C. Beck; the Marvel family faces the Ryersons, a hillbilly family. The Giant Vitamin starring Captain Marvel, Jr., art by Kurt Schaffenberger. The Mystery of the Vanishing Schoolhouse, art by Jack Binder; Mary must stop the evil financial intentions of Mr. Cotter, who has gone to the lengths of stealing the town's little red schoolhouse so that he can become wealthy building a new schoolhouse for the town. The Great Demonstration starring Pee Wee Pete. I'll Kill You For This text story by Rod Reed (Clement Good). The Mistake of Father Time starring Captain Marvel, script by Otto Binder, art by C. C. Beck. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $95 The Marvel Family #20 (1948) VG+ Captain marvel SHAZAM, Mary Marvel

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  • Issue #21
    Marvel Family (1945) 21

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. When circus entrepreneurs fail to get the Marvels to appear in their show, they accidentally summon three demons instead. Mary Marvel investigates when songwriters' new songs are somehow stolen by a record company before they're even written down. Sivana tricks the original Captain Marvel into smashing open buildings that he wants to rob, by disguising himself as an Einstein-like scientist. The Trio of Terror; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Mary Marvel: Tune Trouble; Kanvasback; Captain Marvel, Jr.: The Flying Eye; Easy as Taking Candy From a Baby; The Space Race; Captain Marvel: The Science Crimes. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $225 Marvel Family #21 1948 Fawcett Captain Marvel Jr., Mary Marvel, Shazam FAST SHIP
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  • Issue #22
    Marvel Family (1945) 22

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    Cover inks by Pete Costanza. The Triple Threat, script by Otto Binder, art by Pete Costanza; the Marvel family faces Mr. Who [Czar Gargan]. The Daring Little Man On the Flying Trapeze starring Peewee Pete. The Mystery of the Leprechauns, art by Jack Binder; Mary heads out for the city orphanage to help open the shoe drive that will secure many shoes for the needy children inside; Unfortunately, when the Mayor claims to have seen leprechauns, the citizens of the city scoff at him and want him to resign. The Return of the Suicide starring Captain Marvel, Jr., art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Fine State of Affairs half-page starring Judge Smudge, script and art by Howard Boughner. On a Merry-Go-Round starring Captain Kid, script and art by Al Liederman. The Red Fox Treasure text story by Rod Reed [as Clement Good]. The Radioactive Man, script by Otto Binder, art by Pete Costanza; Captain Marvel faces The Radioactive Man. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Marvel Family (1945) 23

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Bill Woolfolk, Joe Certa, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family faces the Sivana family - Sivana, Sivana Jr., and Georgia - after they start their own newspaper, but first they must prove that Georgia murdered a man. Captain Marvel Jr. wants to know why gangsters are trying to steal a building's cornerstone - and during the dedication ceremony, yet. Captain Marvel battles Thor - but not that Captain Marvel, and not that Thor. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Sivana Family Newspaper; Judge Smudge; Benny Beaver and Fuzzy Bear; Willie the Worm; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Cornerstone Case; Mary Marvel: Flying High; Captain Kid: Ski High; The Smart Burglar; Captain Marvel: The Hammer of Thor. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Marvel Family (1945) 24

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Bill Woolfolk, Joe Certa, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family faces the fighting Yergos, a family of warriors from 20,000 years in the future. Seven-headed Dr. Hydra opens a fourth-dimensional door to Valhalla, unleashing Viking warriors upon the city, but Mary Marvel leads a charge of Valkyries (!) to oppose them. Beautiful enchantress Delilah hypnotizes the original Captain Marvel into believing he's blind. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Traps Killer Bear with Invisible Light, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Family of the Future; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Benny Beaver and Fuzzy Bear; Boxcar Benny; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Name of Death; Mary Marvel Visits Valhalla; On the Job; Unknown Hero; Captain Marvels Blindness. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Marvel Family (1945) 25

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Bill Woolfolk, Joe Millard, Sheldon Moldoff, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family is captured and put on trial due to the machinations of the mysterious, faceless Number One, the new Keyser Soze of the Fawcett City underworld. The Master receives a lesson in humility from Captain Marvel Jr. OG Captain Marvel is stunned to learn of a land where life is actually perfect - and yet even there, some people are not happy. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Tames a Tornado, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Marvel Family on Trial; Judge Smudge; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Captain Marvel Jr. Fights the Champ; Mary Marvel: The Case of the Sentimental Crook; The Big Shot; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Earthquake Proof; Captain Marvel: The Discontents. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Marvel Family (1945) 26

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bill Woolfolk, Joe Millard, Sheldon Moldoff, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family battles Mr. Power, who gains strength every time the Marvels hit him. While exploring the mystery of Witches' Acres, Mary Marvel learns that she herself may be a witch. When the Volcano Men attack, Billy Batson knows that the original Captain Marvel must appear. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Traps the Circus Culprit, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. Mr. Power; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Mary Marvel: The Story of Witches Acres; Captain Marvel Jr. and a New Boat of Thomaso; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; The Wrong Turn; Dancing Detective; Captain Marvel: The Volcano Men. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Marvel Family (1945) 27

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bill Woolfolk, Joe Millard, Sheldon Moldoff, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family battles the hilariously weird villain(s) the Amoeba, a mad scientist who can replicate himself infinitely by dividing like an amoeba. Mary Marvel wants to know why gangsters have kidnapped a scientist who knows the whereabouts of a newly discovered radioactive mineral. A robot showman from the planet Neptune wants to put a human being from Earth in his freak show, leading to an encounter with the original Captain Marvel. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads. The Amoeba Family; Dizzy Daisy; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; The Bosss Daughter; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Life-Saving Menace; Kanvasback and Mal Arkey: Toothsome Twosome; Mary Marvel: The Carnotite Crook; Kid Gloves Gets His Just Desserts; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Prison Break; Captain Marvel: Neptunes Freak Show; The Cat's Meow. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Marvel Family (1945) 28

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Jack Binder, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bill Woolfolk, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Sivana sees the movie "Gaslight" and decides to drive the original Captain Marvel crazy, before the word "gaslighting" was even a thing. Mary Marvel must stop a war between the Cat People of Vesta and the Dog People of Juno, in a truly adorable story (the cats use "flea guns" against the dogs....), so she enlists the help of Marvel Bunny. Captain Marvel, Jr. agrees to be the counterweight in a county fair ox-pulling contest, in a story that may feature early art by future Mad "Lighter Side" artist Dave Berg. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Traps Killer Bear with Invisible Light, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. Captain Marvels Dilemma; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Peewee Pete; Hopeful Harry; Tough Assignment; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Great Ox Pull; Mary Marvel: The Asteroid Adventure; No Mistake; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Cub Reporter; Captain Marvel: Vulcans Visitation. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Marvel Family (1945) 29

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Carlton Clutch, "The Monarch of Money," attempts a hostile takeover of Radio Whiz. The original Captain Marvel battles Duke Titano, the World's Mightiest Crook. Mary Marvel investigates after priceless ancient tapestries in a museum are deliberately destroyed. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie and the Babe Ruth Story," with art by Shazam creator C.C. Beck and a cameo by actor William Bendix, promoting the film The Babe Ruth Story. Marvel Family: The Monarch of Money; Lazy Lee: Restrained; Boxcar Benny: Short Changed; Mary Marvel: The Web of the Weaver; Boxcar Benny: Boot Him; Captain Marvel Jr.: The Perilous Pearl; Headline Harry: The Big Trap; Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Novice Burglar; Captain Marvel: The Worlds Mightiest Crook! 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Marvel Family (1945) 30

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Mel Gold, Joe Certa, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. When rival stage magician Ali Kazam wants to sabotage the act of young Presto, The Worlds Greatest Magician, The Marvel Family intervenes. An ancient sarcophagus curses the original Captain Marvel with the golden touch of Midas, and everything and every person he touches turns to gold. When evil Georgia Sivana discovers that a book holds the portal to a mystical ice city, Mary Marvel sets off in pursuit. And the original Captain Marvel offers a patriotic song, "I'm the You in the U.S.A." Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Worlds Greatest Magician; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Bewitched Book; Captain Marvel Jr. Proves the Best Things in Life Are Free; Hockey Hijinks; South American Imagination; Captain Marvel: The Curse of the Golden Touch. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    $2,499 Marvel Family #30 (1948) CGC 9.2 Single Highest Graded copy Golden Age Of Marvel

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  • Issue #31
    Marvel Family (1945) 31

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    Cover by C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Jack Binder, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family investigates when a vast hunger sweeps over the people of the world, threatening starvation and the collapse of civilization. On a lighter note, Captain Marvel, Jr. battles The Squirrel, a dude in a squirrel suit who bops people with his gigantic tail. So, a little something for everyone in this ish. Mary Marvel briefly loses her powers. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Great Hunger; Mary Marvel Becomes the Worlds Saddest Girl; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry; Digby the Dentist; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Capt. Marvel Jr. and the Nutty Squirrel; The Pies the Limit; Water Thief; Captain Marvel: The Flame Fiend. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Marvel Family (1945) 32

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Frank Bolle, Kurt Schaffenberger, Jack Binder, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. When a businessman is threatened with a hostile takeover, The Marvel Family offers to help him run his business, but that's not as easy as it sounds. After Freckles is kidnapped by gangsters, Mary Marvel disguises herself as a boy and joins the gang to find her, riding on the running boards of an old car at high speeds. Springfoot the Clown performs to inspire disabled children, having an artificial leg himself, but when he's abducted by crooks, Captain Marvel, Jr. wonders why the clown has turned to crime. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Marvel Family Goes Into Business; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry: Below Sea Level; Freshman Freddy; Tightwad Tad; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Trap; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Clown of Crime; The Magic Maker; Death Stalks the Hunters; Captain Marvel: The Three Dooms. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Marvel Family (1945) 33

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, Al Liederman, Kurt Schaffenberger, Jack Binder, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family tries to help out a hermit family...but they don't want to be helped, and just ask to be left alone, like hermits do. Mary Marvel tries to secretly help when her family butler Jives must impersonate a jockey to smoke out a gang of crooks. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Hermit Family; The Haunted House; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry: The Haunted House; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: Jives Becomes a Jockey; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Sleeping People; Captain Kid: No Tanks; Death on Deck; Captain Marvel: The Fate of the Time Capsule. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Marvel Family (1945) 34

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Jack Binder, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Sivana manages to shrink himself down to the size of an insect, but somehow he's even more dangerous. Mary Marvel has a bad day when the two most unlikely villains team up: Georgia Sivana and the Hen. A man tries to goad his super-strong son into fighting Captain Marvel Jr., but all the kid wants to do is read and study, in a story with its narrative captions in rhyme. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. Fun cover may be the work of C. C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Sivanas Miniature Menace; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Cry of Coward; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry: Behind the Eight Ball; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Crime Bubbles; Protection; Captain Marvel: The Duel of Inventions. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Marvel Family (1945) 35
    • 4" Cumulative spine split. Cover and centerfold detached. Staple rust. Rust migration.

    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bill Ward, Pete Costanza and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family is helping clear land for a turnpike to meet America's increasing traffic demand, when suddenly the giant machines begin attacking, Maximum Overdrive-style. Captain Marvel trains another Captain Marvel, an android named Silicon Man who has all of his powers - what could go wrong? Captain Marvel, Jr. tries to keep crooked insurance agent from profiting off the Fountain of Age (a different "Fountain of Age" than the one in the Captain Marvel, Jr. adventure in Master Comics (1940 Fawcett) #74.) Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Battle of the Berserk Machines; The Hunt; Mary Marvel Visits Underland; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Fearsome Fountain of Age; Cold Facts; Mistaken Vigil; Captain Marvel Trains Another Captain Marvel. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #36
    Marvel Family (1945) 36

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    Stories and art by Bill Woolfolk, C. C. Beck, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. In an issue-length adventure, living fireballs from beyond Infinity attack the Solar System, starting with the outer planets. The Marvel Family becomes Earth's last line of defense against a fiery doom from space. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads. The Invaders From Infinity; Strange Intruder; Headline Harry: Stuck on the Stock Market; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Marvel Family (1945) 37

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family tries to prevent a machine (that looks like a giant red pin) from rearranging the Earth's continents. Insomniac Wideawake Willy steals Dr. Zandmann's supply of "sleep sand" and soon the entire city is asleep, except Mary Marvel. Captain Marvel, Jr. battles evil hypnotist Count Peril Ize, whose spiral gaze provides the comic-book page with its own special effect ("Rotate the magazine and watch Mr. Ize's eyes whirl hypnotically!"). Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads. The Earth Changer; Paper, Mister?; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Man With the Whirling Eyes; Lazy Lee; Headline Harry; Mary Marvel: The Sinister Sleep; The Luggage Mystery; Captain Marvel Battles the World's Greatest Lies; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Marvel Family (1945) 38

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Sivana's latest invention eliminates everyone's instinctual responses, and The Marvel Family must prevent a plague of accidental suicides. Crooks fleeing Mary Marvel seek refuge in a Moreau-like compound of genetically altered animals. When a bodybuilder goes mad with his own power, Captain Marvel, Jr. must prevent this Charles Atlas ad-gone-wrong from destroying the city. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade, and a Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie to the Rescue, with art by Shazam co-creator CC Beck. The Extinct Instincts; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Mad Muscle Man; Lazy Lee; Boxcar Benny; Headline Harry: Music Time; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Mary Marvel: The Science Wonderland; The Tornado; Captain Marvel Battles the Tycoon of Darkness. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Marvel Family (1945) 39
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1260602002
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout.

    Cover pencils by C. C. Beck. The Marvel Family Smashes the Legend of Atlantis, script by Otto Binder, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; The Marvel Family proves Atlantis was a myth, and is really Australia--which is surprising, since Cap, Jr. visited Atlantis in issue #10. Rubbernose Randolph humor page by Art Helfant. The Curse of the Tomb starring Captain Marvel [Billy Batson], Captain Marvel, Jr. [Freddy Freeman], and Mary Marvel [Mary Batson]. The Payoff humor page by Judge Smudge, script and art by Howard Boughner. The Woman of a Thousand Faces starring Mary Marvel, script by Otto Binder. How To Crack Open A Soft-Boiled Egg--Culture Corner humor half-page by Basil Wolverton. Biggest Loafer In Town humor half-page by Lazy Lee. Race With Death text story. Air Minded starring Headline Harry, script and art by Howard Boughner. The Mightiest Meteor Shower starring Captain Marvel and Sivana, script by Otto Binder, pencils by C. C. Beck, inks by Pete Costanza. Value of Friendship humor page starring Boxcar Benny. 52 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Marvel Family (1945) 40

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    Stories and art by Howard Boughner and others. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. In an issue-length adventure, visitors to a memorial statue discuss The Marvel Family's final adventure, helping a philanthropist build an exhibit that is supposed to unite the world in peace. But his dark secret spells doom for The Marvel Family, in a tale that (in retrospect) seems to echo a pivotal scene in Alan Moore's Marvelman/ Miracleman saga. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, a puzzle page, and a PSA for War Bonds featuring the original Captain Marvel (Shazam). The Seven Wonders of the Modern World; Headline Harry: The Starry Night; The Artist Fights Again; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Toothache Tex. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Marvel Family (1945) 41

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Pete Costanza, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family soars into action when someone starts stealing the world's oxygen. Billy Batson can't help Quentin Vandecker with the villainous sailor Captain Bryce, but maybe Captain Marvel can. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Great Oxygen Theft; Bluster and Fluster: Birthday Blues; Mary Marvel: The Playwright Plot; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Newspaper War; Murder Downstairs; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Hoghead Harry; Headline Harry: The Musical Interlude; Captain Marvel Sails Before the Mast; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Marvel Family (1945) 42

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Time Master's new invention allows him to "Groundhog Day" the world, and he plans to use it to create the Perfect Crime. Jack Frost gets bored with only making the colors change on autumn leaves, so he decides to change all sorts of colors during summer, unless Mary Marvel can convince him otherwise. Captured by gangsters and gagged, Billy Batson manages to Scherezade his captors by writing them a Captain Marvel story that takes their attention until he can escape. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. The Endless Menace; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Enchanted Roc; Mary Marvel: The Runaway Colors; Journey for Jerry; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; Dopey Danny Dee; Headline Harry: Western Woes; Captain Marvel Rescues Billy Batson; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Tightwad Tad. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Marvel Family (1945) 43

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Sheldon Moldoff, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family investigates when runaway grass threatens to cover the entire city, a la "The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill." Captain Marvel, Jr. wants to know why all of Freddy Freeman's newspapers are blank, and uncovers a villain with a new method of suppressing the press. After a hurricane flattens a town, an engineer's "speed pills" allow the townsfolk to rebuild at superhuman speeds, but Captain Marvel's not sure that's a good idea in the long run. A vintage Lionel Trains ad. Plus a plethora of vintage comics-format ads, including a hair-cream ad featuring detective Sam Spade. Another terrific cover that may the work of CC Beck. The March of the Grass; Thirteen Suspects; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The News Blackout; Mary Marvel: The Undersea Farm; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: Horse Racing Hi-Jenks; Captain Marvel: The Great Speed-Up. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Marvel Family (1945) 44

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. In an issue-length, multi-part adventure, a strange epidemic of rust cripples the city. The Marvel Family investigates and soon realizes the cause is spores from Mars, released deliberately on Earth. The Rust That Menaced the World, Chapter 1: The Spores of Mars; Headline Harry: The Hunters Horror; Unarmed; Chapter 2: Death of a City; Huck and Hack: Fooey Fishermen; Chapter 3: The Last Hope of Mankind; Banger the Bank Clerk; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Marvel Family (1945) 45

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Al Liederman, Art Helfant, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family investigates when developer John Stoneheart's New City springs up almost overnight, and they soon discover it's made of paper and cardboard. To earn a donation for an orphanage, Mary Marvel agrees to work as a maid for a wealthy woman for one day. Captain Marvel, Jr. tries to figure out why the trees, objects and even buildings in Friendly Valley have turned against the residents. The Hoax City; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: The Big Scoop; Mary Marvel: The Worlds Wealthiest Woman; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Valley of Fear; Guns and a Ghost; The Toothache; Captain Marvel Discovers the Wooden Age; Rubbernose Randolph. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Marvel Family (1945) 46

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    Cover by Pete Costanza. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Al Liederman, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Sivana's latest invention causes all of civilization to vanish, except for The Marvel Family, who get a glimpse of a future where Sivana is considered the greatest mind of all time. Searching for a lost scientist, Mary Marvel visits a land where machines are the only life and robots are the dominant life form. Captain Marvel, Jr. wants to know why all whales have vanished from the world's oceans, and what the renegade whaler known as the Whale Master might have to do with it. Plus a vintage Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Skating on Thin Ice, with art by Bill Schreiber. The Day Civilization Vanished; Captain Kid: Handle With Care; Mary Marvel: The Adventure in Robot Paradise; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Mystery of the Vanishing Whales; Gus the Guide; The Mysterious Murder; Boxcar Benny; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: Lion Crazy; Captain Marvel: The People Who Turned to Stone. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Marvel Family (1945) 47

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    Stories and art by Otto Binder, Sheldon Moldoff, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. The Marvel Family discovers that Earth's natural resources are being depleted by saucer aliens, in a story with an ecological bent (long before that was a popular concept). Mary Todd, dissatisfied with her appearance, begins researching the ability of chameleons to change their appearance, becoming... Chameleon Girl! A scientist discovers a method to enlarge insects to gigantic sizes, foreshadowing any number of 1950s monster movies, and Captain Marvel, Jr. must deal with the consequences. The Marvel Family and the Interplanetary Theft!; Capt. Marvel Jr. and the Worm that Grew!; Mary Marvel Meets the Chameleon Girl!; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Kanvasback; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry; Captain Marvel and the Mysterious Migration; Horse Trader Hawley. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Marvel Family (1945) 48

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    Stories and art by Kurt Schaffenberger and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. In an issue-length, multi-part adventure, The Marvel Family discovers that the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are real. And their time has come at last, unless The Marvel Family can stop them. The Four Horsemen Ride Again, Chapter 1: Shazam's Warning; Spook Cargo; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: The Starry Night; Chapter 2: The Fury of the Flames; Chapter 3: The Last Stand of the Marvel Family. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Marvel Family (1945) 49

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Otto Binder, C. C. Beck, Pete Costanza, Bill Ward, Kurt Schaffenberger, Pete Riss and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. To earn money for charity, The Marvel Family must survive for one day in Antarctica, the dinosaur era, and a desert planet populated by cactus-people...while in their human identities of Billy, Mary and Freddy. Bored with having heard every joke ever, the Roman god of laughter obliterates humor from the world, in a story with art by Torchy creator Bill Ward. Mary Marvel can't figure out why full-grown adults are suddenly acting like children. Plus a vintage ad for wallets, belts and suspenders featuring movie cowboy Roy Rogers. The Marvel Family Proves Human Hardiness; Lazy Lee; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: The Egg-asperating Scoop; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Ban on Laughter; Mary Marvel: The Adult Children; Farmer Frammis; Freshman Freddy: The Big Dance; Danger on the Dock; Captain Marvel: The Million Dollar Tasks. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Marvel Family (1945) 50

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    Cover by C. C. Beck. Stories and art by Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, Pete Costanza, Kurt Schaffenberger, Pete Riss and Howard Boughner. Fawcett's most popular heroes, the original Captain Marvel (Shazam) and family, in solo and shared adventures. Prof. Thorne invents a device that scrambles people's speech and writing, but that just causes worldwide chaos. Freddy Freeman learns why he's so accident-prone when he meets the Sheriff of Trublin Land, seeking rogue mischief-causing "Trublins" that have escaped into the human world. the original Captain Marvel discovers what Sivana hoped he would never find: Sivana's collection of benevolent and life-improving inventions. The Theft of Speech; Tick and Tack; The Marvel Family Puzzle Page; Headline Harry: The Interview; Mary Marvel: The Melody of Crime; Capt. Marvel Jr.: The Trublins; The Roller Robber; Captain Marvel: Sivanas Good Inventions; Thaddeus the Thespian. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.