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Perry Mason Feature Book (1946) comic books

  • Issue #49
    Perry Mason Feature Book (1946) 49
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #0298754005
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    The Case of the Lucky Legs. Story by Erle Stanley Gardner. Art by Vernon Greene. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue featured an adaptation of the third Perry Mason mystery novel by Erle Stanley Gardner, one of the few Perry Mason comic books. Mason is representing a woman in a case against a con man, and after several other women show up with the same story, a murder complicates the proceedings. But an odd detail of the murder scene seems to offer a clue.... The cover reads "A Picturization of a Best Seller," one of the few uses of that awkward term for a comics adaptation. Also featuring an illustrated biography of Perry Mason creator Gardner. 32 pages, Full Color.

  • Issue #50
    Perry Mason Feature Book (1946) 50

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    The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe. Story by Erle Stanley Gardner. Art and cover by Paul Norris. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay's Feature Book was the first US comic book to devote complete issues to a single character. This issue featured an adaptation of the thirteenth Perry Mason mystery novel by Erle Stanley Gardner, one of the few Perry Mason comic books. A wealthy older woman seems to have kleptomania, which might explain her shoplifting - but not why she doesn't remember shooting the man she's accused of murdering. The cover reads "A Picturization of a Best Seller," one of the few uses of the awkward term for a comics adaptation. Featuring art by Paul Norris (the creator of Aquaman). 32 pages, Full Color.