All Negro Comics (1947) comic books 1947
- This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($60.00) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
- Interior is complete, but brittle and fully split at spine (cover and all wraps). Heavy edge chipping.
Ace Harlem (crime story by John Terrell), Dew Dillies (humor by Cooper), Lion Man (jungle story by Geo. J. Evans Jr.), and Sugarfoot (adventure story by Cravat). Lil' Eggie one-page strip by Terrell. One page of Hep Chicks on Parade cartoons. Two-page text story, "Ezekiel's Manhunt." The inside front cover editorial by Orrin C. Evans notes that "every brush stroke and pen line in the drawings on these pages are by Negro artists." The inside back cover has an ad for issue 2, but the issue was never published. Issue number one is rare, especially so in fine condition and above. Many copies have brown pages. Cover price $0.15.