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Super Funnies (1953) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Super Funnies (1953) 1
    • Glasses not included. Oxidation.

    Originally did not come with 3-D glasses. 3-D stories: Dopey Duck, Eeny Meeny and Moe, Percy the Postman, Spot and Dot, and Bizzy Bee. "The House of Quacks"; Dopey finds a free ticket to a 3-D movie "The House of Quacks." "Three Rabbits Race a Turtle"; Three rabbits get into a race with a turtle, and the finish is surprising. "A Friend In Need" text story by Greg Michel. "An Atom-Smashing Super-Explosive"; Percy the Squirrel is a mailman whom must deliver an atom-smashing super explosive. "Spot and Dot Work On A Farm"; Spot and Dot are two unemployed dogs who take up work on a farm. "The Official Honey Taster"; An "official" Honey Taster arrives to sample the goods. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Super Funnies (1953) 2
    Auction opens October 4
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Color touch, piece fill, TRIMMED. Tape and paper along interior cover edges. Staples added(not manufacturing).

    Parody stories: "Dr. Acula," "Little Dead Riding Hood," and "Crime Against Man!" Dopey Duck back-up story, "It's Snow Fun!" Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Super Funnies (1953) 3

    After the first two issues as a funny-animal comic, then MAD-style parody, Canadian publisher Superior converts Super Funnies to Western action. Disguised by his bandana, the Phantom Ranger steps outside the law to tackle outlaws. The true story of the little-known Reno Gang, who executed the first three peacetime train robberies in U.S. history. The true story of Apache leader Geronimo, and the semi-true story of Billy the Kid's last shootout. The Phantom Ranger; The Notorious Renos; Sixgun Trail; The Last Days of Billy the Kid; Geronimo. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Super Funnies (1953) 4

    After the first two issues as a funny-animal comic, then MAD-style parody, Canadian publisher Superior converts Super Funnies to Western action. The Phantom Ranger must safeguard a railroad gold shipment from the outlaw Bates Gang and attacking Comanches alike. Ranchers hunt the wild black stallion Satana, but the rancher's young son bonds with the horse. El Tigre, the "Robin Hood of the West," and his sidekick Pancho are accused of murdering prospector Zeke, and must find the real killer to clear their names. The Phantom Ranger: The Doom Express; Satana; Arrow of Death; El Tigre; The Galloping Goof. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.