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Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) comic books

  • Issue #18
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 18

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    Stories by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician daily and Sunday strips from Sept. 13, 1937 to January 29, 1938. Mandrake and Lothar arrive in America by steamship, and have adventures while seeking jobs and place to live. 9-in. x 12-in., 76 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 19

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    Stories by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician daily and Sunday strips from January 31 to July 9, 1938. Mandrake arrives in Hollywood just in time to solve the kidnapping of Sonny, the most spoiled child star on Earth. Then, a woman seeks Mandrake's help in discovering if the mansion she inherited is truly haunted. Mandrake in Hollywood; Sonny the Child Movie Star; Mandrake and the Haunted House. 9-in. x 12-in., 124 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 23

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    Stories by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician daily and Sunday strips from July 11th to December 3rd, 1938. Arrogant athlete Nick Blozz won't stop pestering a young heiress. The lovely Narda seeks Mandrake's help after her brother gambles away the family fortune, and she becomes his longtime companion (and eventual wife). Blozz the Champion; Mandrake the Magician in Teiba Castle. 9-in. x 12-in., 124 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 46

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    Stories by Lee Falk and Clark Kinnaird. Art by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician Sunday strips from 1938 to 1940. Mandrake travels to the moon with Prof. Thursby and discovers it inhabited by moon men. Mandrake and Lothar help Dr. Cole and his daughter search for the legendary City of Gold. Then, Mandrake helps Donna find out if the Haunted Range she inherited really is stalked by a two-headed monster. Meet Lee Falk, Creator of Mandrake the Magician; In the Fire World; City of Gold; The Annoying; Mandrake and the Burglar; The Haunted Range. 56 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #52
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 52
    • Water damage.

    Stories by Lee Falk and Clark Kinnaird. Art by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician Sunday strips from 1936 to 1937. Mandrake and Lothar join a circus train on its journey, but a suspicious couple and a deadly train collision force Mandrake into action. Mandrake teaches the reader magic tricks, a feature of the original strip. In the Land of X; The Circus People; Tricks You Can Do. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #55
    Mandrake the Magician Feature Book (1938) 55
    • Oxidation.

    Stories by Lee Falk and Clark Kinnaird. Art by Phil Davis. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue reprinted the adventures of the comic strip magician, considered one of the first superheroes of comics. Collects the Mandrake the Magician Sunday strips from 1936 to 1938. Mandrake the Magician and Lothar join the worldwide search for the numbers that will open the vault containing Betty's inheritance. Mandrake and Lothar visit a carnival. The 5-Numbers Treasure Hunt; The Circus People; Mandrake and Lothar at the Carnival. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.