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America's Greatest Comics (2002) comic books 2002-2004

  • Issue #1
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 1

    Reprints. Stories by Bill Ward, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Will Eisner and unknown. Art by Bill Ward, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Lou Fine, Matt Baker, Joe Kubert, Doug Wildey, Bob Powell and Steve Ditko. Featuring: Torchy in an untitled story; "Birth After Death"; Doll Man in an untitled story; Phantom Lady in "The Red Rain"; "The Curse of Khar"; "In the Pool of Peril"; Thun'da in "Terror of the Tusks"; Mysterious Traveler in "The Man Below"; and Strangest Stories Ever Told 1-pager "Oddities in Miniature"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #2
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 2

    This issue reprints Mysta of the Moon, Ghost Rider, Rio Rita, The Wolpire, White Indian, Strong Man, and Tales of the Mysterious Traveler. Featuring art by Dick Ayers, Jack Kamen, Bob Powell, Frank Frazetta, Steve Ditko, and others. 48 pgs. B&W with color cover. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #3
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 3

    Reprints. Stories by unknown. Art by Dan Barry, Emil Gershwin, Kurt Schaffenberger, George Tuska and unknown. Bulletman and Bulletgirl fly high to fight crime in "The Statues That Killed!" Plus: Spy Smasher busts up a plot in "The Two-Faced Killer!"; Ibis the Invincible fights a resurrected 5,000-year-old mummy monster in "The Man with Nine Lives!"; El Carim in an untitled story; Mr. Scalet and Pinky in "That's the Spirit!"; and Nyoka the Jungle Girl in "The Deadly Photo"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #4
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 4

    Reprints. Stories by Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Bill Ward, Will Eisner and unknown. Art by Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Bill Ward, Joe Kubert, Bob Powell, John Severin, Mort Meskin, Steve Ditko and Murphy Anderson. Featuring: "Will You Help Me?"; Torchy in an untitled story; Yarko the Great in an untitled story; "The Mirror of Isis"; Cave Girl in "The Little Man Who Was All There"; Billy the Kid in "The Kid's Last Meal"; "Fatal Mistake"; a sultan's search for wealth ends in a very unlikely mirage in the Mysterious Traveler story "The Sultan"; and Space Rangers in "The Quest for Lost Atlantis"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #5
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 5

    Reprints. Stories by Bill Ward and unknown. Art by Bill Ward, Joe Kubert, Joe Orlando, Wally Wood, George Evans, Steve Ditko, John Buscema and Mort Meskin. Science Fiction issue. Torchy is kidnapped by aliens from Saturn who turn out to be actors looking for publicity in an untitled story. Plus: "Map of Doom"; "Captain Science and the Insidious Doctor Khartoum"; Jane Martin in an untitled story; Captain Crewes in "Adrift in Space"; Desert Eagle in "Wheel of Fortune"; and "The House That Tried to Kill Me!" 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #6
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 6

    Reprints. Stories by Don Rico, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon and unknown. Art by Dick Ayers, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Wally Wood, Reed Crandall, Bill Everett, Bob Powell and Jack Kamen. Weird Fantasy issue. Featuring: "Silence!"; "The Girl Who Walked on Water"; "The Man Who Could See Tomorrow"; "He Was Nobody!"; "When the City Trembled"; "The Night of May 10th"; "The Doomed Patrol"; an untitled Ghost Gallery story; and "Afraid to Dream"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #7
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 7

    Reprints. Stories by unknown. Art by Bob Lubbers, George Evans, Jack Kirby, Alex Toth and Steve Ditko. Bob Lubbers is spotlighted in this issue, with a cover and two stories: Captain Wings and Firehair! Plus: Jane Martin in an untitled story; macabre mystery in "The Big Hunt"; heart-rending romance in "Till We Meet Again"; and far-flung fantasy in "The Secret of Capt. X"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #8
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 8

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    Reprints. Stories by Bob Powell and unknown. Art by Bob Powell, Jack Kirby, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, Steve Ditko, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bernard Krigstein and Bill Benilus. Featuring: "Disc Jockey"; "The Leather Pusher!"; "The Armored Car Murders"; "The Strangers from Space!"; "Imagination"; "Falling Star!"; "The Vagrant"; and "Hijack on Alpha-7!" 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #9
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 9

    Reprints. Stories by S.M. Iger, Charles Biro, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon and unknown. Art by Reed Crandall, Joe Kubert, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Bob Powell, Steve Ditko, Alex Toth, Mike Peppe and Mort Meskin. While volunteering at the American Red Cross, Joan discovers that Dr. Kruger has poisoned the blood banks in an untitled Firebrand story. Plus: Chuck Chandler in "Gem of an Idea"; "The Fourth Dimension is a Many-Splattered Thing"; Red Hawk in "The Man Who Rode the Moonlight"; "The Heritage"; "Working Girl's Romance"; and "Soft Touch"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #10
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 10

    This issue is devoted to the Golden Age career of the legendary Alex Toth, who assisted with this publication and created the new cover art! Several complete stories -- ranging from detective and romance, to sci-fi -- are reprinted, along with an overview of Toth's western work on such titles as Roy Rogers, Sugarfoot, Dell movie adaptations, and more. A Toth-tastic tribute filled with lots of art and articles! 52 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #11
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 11

    Reprints. Stories by unknown. Art by Steve Ditko, Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Alex Toth and John Celardo Steve Ditko is spotlighted in this issue, with a cover and five stories: "3-D Disaster Doom Death!"; "The Man Who Painted on Air"; "He's Coming for Me!"; "The Night of the Red Snow"; and "The Shadow"! Plus: Kirby/Ditko art in "Guard Duty!" Also: "Those Who Are About to Die!" And: Buster Crabbe in "Killer on the Loose"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #12
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 12

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    Reprints. Stories by Jack Kirby, Joe Simon and unknown. Art by Jack Kirby, Al Williamson and Joe Simon. King Kirby in the 1950's! Featuring Davy Crockett in "Running Fight"! Plus: Three Rocketeers in "The Great Moon Mystery"! Also: "Sitting Duck"; "After I'm Gone"; and "The Angel of Death"! 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #13
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 13

    Stories and art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Jack Cole, Joe Kubert, Bob Powell, Mort Meskin and Bernard Krigstein. AC Comics reprints classic stories that originally appeared in comics from Quality, Fox, Fiction House, Charlton, and Prize in the 1930s-1960s. A science-fiction take on the legendary lost city of Eldorado; In a solo story, Plastic Mans sidekick Woozy Winks becomes king of Dopi Island; Plus rarely seen oddities from comics legends Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Jack Cole, Joe Kubert, and Bernard Krigstein. The Corsairs from the Coalsack; The Promised Land; Bush Track Sentence; Asylum; The Thing from Planet X; Donnegans Daffy Chair. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #14
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 14

    Reprints. Stories by unknown. Art by Matt Baker, Richard Case, Lily Renee, Fran Hopper, Maurice Whitman and Chester Martin. Focus on Fiction House! Featuring Tiger Girl, Gale Allen and the Girl Squadron, Senorita Rio, Ka'a'nga and Futura in untitled stories. Plus: Mysta of the Moon must stop the madness of the evil Gor, who plants seeds that grow men, and with whom he plans to conquer the universe in an untitled story. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #15
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 15

    Reprints. Stories by Dick Briefer and unknown. Art by Dick Briefer, Reed Crandall, Matt Baker, Steve Ditko and Bob Powell. In order to conduct his weird experiments, Dr. Hargol hides the Frankenstein monster in his lab, but uses him to get fresh bodies for those experiments. Little does he know that the last body the monster gets for his experiments is the doctor's new wife in "The Mark of the Skull"! Plus: The swashbuckling heroics of Captain Daring in "Alliance of Evil"; Glory Forbes in an untitled story; "The Doorway"; "Secret Heart"; and Kitty Carson, the Ruff Ridin' Gal Sheriff in an untitled story. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #16
    America's Greatest Comics (2002) 16

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    Toth Tales. Cover by Alex Toth. Stories and art by Alex Toth, Mike Peppe and Bill Black. AC Comics reprints classic stories that originally appeared in comics from Quality, Fox, Fiction House, Charlton, and Prize in the 1930s-1960s. A memorial issue dedicated to legendary artist Alex Toth. Rarely seen Toth stories starring 1950s icons Buster Crabbe and the detectives of 77 Sunset Strip; retrospective articles about Toths work; a Toth art gallery featuring splash pages and covers. Dark of the Moon; Jimmy Wakely; The Big Catch; Code of a Ranger; The Iron Horses Last Run; The Unexpected Guest; Four-Legged Sheriff; Bravo For Adventure; The Case of the Outdated Outlaw; Buzz Sawyer. Final issue of the series. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.