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Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) comic books

  • Issue #1290
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1290

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "Hands Up, London!" in which he battles Dr. Ferraro, who holds London hostage with a chemical compound called Nihilite. That's pretty cool. Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1291
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1291

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "The Legion of the Lost." Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1306
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1306

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "The House of Fear," 'a 'tec story of REAL THRILL.' Surprise and suspense all the way with Sexton Blake. Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1307
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1307

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "The Adventure of the Gargoyle's Decoy," 'a maelstrom of intrigue and breathless adventure.' Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1459
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1459

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "The Bishop Murder Mystery." Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1491
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1491

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake stars in "The Monkey Men." Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.

  • Issue #1518
    Union Jack (1894 Amalgamated Press) 1518

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    The Union Jack was a "penny dreadful" type of UK publication that ran from 1894 to 1933. In 1904, Sexton Blake, "the poor man's Sherlock Holmes," became the star of every issue. In this issue, Blake battles the Confederation in "The Shadow." While not the Conde Nast "Shadow," Shadow completists may still be interested in this early use of the name. Mostly text with a few illustrations, 7-1/2" x 11", newsprint, b&w.