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Green Lama (1944-1946) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 1

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    Edited by Ken Crossen. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen (as Richard Foster). Art by Mac Rabo. The Court of Crime; After the death of a small child at the hands of mobsters, Jethro Dumont takes on the guise of the Green Lama to battle crime. Written by Joseph Greene. Art by Al Bare. The Witch of Times Square; The Boy Champions are hired on their first case by a Witch, who wants them to gather a large crowd in Times Square while she puts on an exhibition, not realizing the show is a front for a robbery. Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. Untitled Lieutenant Hercules story; Wilbur's boss is being blackmailed by gangsters, so he wants Wilbur to take his place so that a trap can be set to nab the bad guys. Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Ira Turner. Frozen Asset; Rick smells a rat when a group of men approach and pay him $1000 to fly their equipment to Alaska, unaware that they are trying to get a stash of gold away from a dead man's niece. Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by Jerry Robinson (as Perry Williams). The Three Wishes; Mac Erc grants a soldier three wishes, but he doesn't use any of them very well. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 2

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    Edited by Ken Crossen. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen. Art by Mac Raboy. Willie the Sleeper!; Willie, the President of the Chamber of Criminal Commerce, offers a grand prize of $10,000 to anyone who sends them the best idea for a successful crime wave in the postwar underworld. Written by Joseph Greene. Art by Al Bare. A Genius in the Family!; Tuffy writes what he thinks is a masterpiece and sees a man about publishing it, which he agrees to do. But Tuffy is not aware the man plans to use the publishing of the book as a cover for a crime! Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by Jerry Robinson (as Perry Williams). Youth Is a Curse!; While at a library, Mac Erc runs into a student of the dark arts who plans to release one Paracelsus from his imprisonment in a tree for the last few centuries. Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Mort Lawrence. Censor Trouble; When Rick Masters and his sidekick set up their commercial air operations, they thought it would be smooth sailing. Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. It Pays to Advertise; Wilbur decides that the job of bookkeeper is beneath the dignity of a superhero, so he decides to use his super powers to cash in. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 3
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    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Full length spine split seal.

    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen (as Richard Foster). Art by Mac Raboy and Harry Anderson. The Riddle of Toys!; Green Lama begins to investigate what is behind the strange thefts of children's playthings, playthings that were autographed by famed pitcher, Robby Steller. Written by Joseph Greene (as Joseph Verdy). Art by Jerry Robinson. Music for Geraldine!; The acquisition of a flute by Tuffy from an ad in Green Lama Comics leads the Boy Champions into a case involving Geraldine, a snake! Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). Holiday in Hollywood!; Angus heads for Hollywood to see how a real horror film is produced, but discovers he is not the only one who wants to know: a real vampire does, too! Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Mort Lawrence. The Case of the Concrete Impossibility!; Barry O'Rourke pleads with the Skyway Transport Company to help him in his construction business to try and overcome work delays, mysterious accidents and more that's preventing him from finished a bridge on time. Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. The Three Impossible Tasks!; An eccentric millionair offers to pay Lt. Hercules $10,000 if he will complete three seemingly impossible tasks. Ad encouraging readers to join the Green Lama Club, art by Mac Raboy. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 4

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    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen (as Richard Foster). Art by Mac Raboy. The Green Lama Bombs Tokyo!; The Lama decides to intervene when he learns that the Japanese have learned how to make Hitler's robot bombs, and they are using them against U.S. forces in the Pacific. Written by Joseph Greene (as Joseph Verdy). Art by Jerry Robinson. A Bull in a China Shop!; The Champions are hired to settle a bet between two men re taking a bull into a china shop to see if it would do any damage, unknown to them that it's a ploy to steal valuable jade. Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). The Right Bottle!; An aging actor tells Mac Erc that he wished could be forever young and live forever...Angus decides to grant the request to him and two others, but with a bit of a twist. Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Mort Lawrence. The Sky's the Limit; Masters becomes involved with a gambler who has just lost his gambling ship, due to a fire, but invites others to play a high stakes card game, intending to kidnap them and hold them for ransom. Ad encouraging readers to join the Green Lama Club, art by Mac Raboy. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 5

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    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen (as Richard Foster). Art by Mac Raboy and Harry Anderson. The Four Freedoms!; A letter from a Private in the Army brings the Green Lama to an Army camp, wherein resides a resident bigot. Written by Joseph Greene (as Joseph Verdy). Art by Jerry Robinson. Tuffy Becomes a Papa!; "Ace" Ryan sends out one of his aides to case a store for a robbery, and then discovers that an Easter display for children may interfere with those plans. Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman (as Ira Turner). Little Coughin' Fannie!; Still in comic land, Lt. Hercules helps put an end to a smuggling operation. Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Mort Lawrence. A Twist of Time!; Rick and Mike find themselves 100,000 years in the past after being hired to fly "blind" to San Francisco using only a televisor invention. Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). Sauce for the Sorcerer!; Angus decides that his peculiar talents are better suited in Great Britain than in the United States, so he boards a ship for Europe, not realizing he will battle head to head with another sorcerer. Ad encouraging readers to join the Green Lama Club, art by Mac Raboy. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 6

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    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen. Art by Mac Raboy. An American Story!; The Lama goes on the trail of a man who writes a Fascist-inspired letter to the publishers of the Green Lama magazine. Written by Joseph Greene (as Joseph Verdy). Art by Jerry Robinson. The Carnival Cure!; The boys are hired by a rather rich woman to take her spoiled brat of a son out with them and see to it that he engages in good, clean fun. Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). The Trouble With Magic...; Angus returns to Great Britain and meets up with a sleight-of-hand magician who wishes he could be a real magician. Written by Bruce Elliott (as Walter Gardner). Art by Mort Lawrence. This Hero Business!; Rick Masters decides to risk the daring rescue of a young lady marooned on a plateau, having to land his plane on a field ten yards square! Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. Untitled story featuring Lieut. Hercules; After having earned a great deal of money while in Comic Land, Wilbur learns that he can't take more than four cents of it out of Comic Land. 36 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 7
    • Cover detached. Staples added (not manufacturing). Rust migration. Staple rust.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($8.37) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #0077823006
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($5.38) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Christmas Cover.
    • Label #0064788007

    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Ken Crossen. Art by Mac Raboy. The Turn of the Scrooge!; The Lama has to battle a group of thugs hired to dump the catches of the local fishermen because he holds the mortgages on the boats, and wants them to literally work for slave wages for him. Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. Merlin Miracles, Inc.; Wilbur discovers that he has stayed too long in Comic Land and can no longer revert back to his secret identity. Written by Joseph Greene. Art by Jerry Robinson. Tuffy Sees Red!; The boys, after being denied the chance to give blood because they are too young, decide to try and get a Red Cross nurse's fiance to donate himself. Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). Practical Paradoxes; Hitler orders his scientists to create a super weapon of total destruction immediately, and Angus throws a monkey wrench into that plan by allowing the scientist to create the universal solvent. 36 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Green Lama (1944-1946) 8
    • 2" cumulative spine split, cover detached at one staple.

    Edited by Joseph Greene. Cover by Mac Raboy. Written by Joseph Greene. Art by Mac Raboy. Toymaster of Crime!; The Lama once again faces his unusual adversary who sneers at money and jewels, preferring to steal instead toys! Written by Horace L. Gold. Art by Irving Tirman. Lieut. Hercules Express; Lt. Hercules takes the dare of Merlin to tow a ton of war supplies across the ocean to Europe not knowing that Merlin is charging passengers inside $1000 airfare! Written by Bruce Elliott. Art by George Roussos (as Perry Williams). The Sands of Time!; Angus is attending the bicentennial conclave of pixies and relates a story of a young man whose girl would marry him IF he could guarantee that she would never get less beautiful. Written by Joseph Greene. Art by Jerry Robinson. Tuffy Blitzes A Ghost!; The boys are hired to catch the ghosts that are haunting the Jaspar Mansion so that Jane can open a nursery for children. Art by Pete Morisi and Sal Trapani. Treasure Trap!; In quest of some funds, Billy and "Skipper" head for Rio de Janeiro, but get more than they bargained for. 52 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.