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Comic books March 1949

  • Issue #21
    Cowboy Western Comics (1948) 21

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    Contains a Buffalo Bill story. In order of appearance: "The Ranch Boys" art by Al Martin Napoletano; "Jesse James" reprinted in Cowboy Western Comics (1948) #51; "The Vigilantes, The Mystery of the Altered Brands" art by Clinton Harmon; "Annie Oakley" reprinted in Cowboy Western Comics (1948) #51; "Buffalo Bill" art by Michael Nargi; "Legends of Paul Bunyan" and "Denver Mudd and Bushey Barns, Sheriff Mudd and the Case of the Headless Outlaw!" art by Clinton Harmon; and "The Ranch Boys" art by Al Martin Napoletano."Kit Carson's Indian Adventures" text story by Donna Davis. 36 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #59
    Crack Comics (1940) 59
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    • Missing front cover, back cover attached by added staples.
  • Vol. 10 #1
    Crack Detective (1942-1949 Columbia) Pulp Vol. 10 #1

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  • Issue #12
    Crime and Punishment (1948) 12
    • Discounted from $23.50.
    • Discounted from $21.50.

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Robert Perry, C.H. Moore, and Charles Biro. A companion series to Crime Does Not Pay from the same publisher, slightly less violent and with more emphasis on police work. Stick-up men commit two hold-ups and two murders, but their take is a mere $19. A horse trainer who knows how to fix races also has a talent for murder that will take him far in the busy field of organized crime. An extremely detailed look at the science of ballistics in 1949. Two Who Sold Their Lives For $19!; On the Level; Theodore Downes; This'll Kill Ya!; Steve Bracy and Al Moss; Science Vs. the Criminal: Ballistics; Our Police Hall of Fame; Thug Uglies; James Conlon. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Crime and Punishment (1948) Canadian Edition 12
    • Discounted from $108.00.

    Canadian Edition. Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Robert Perry, C.H. Moore, and Charles Biro. A companion series to Crime Does Not Pay from the same publisher, slightly less violent and with more emphasis on police work. Stick-up men commit two hold-ups and two murders, but their take is a mere $19. A horse trainer who knows how to fix races also has a talent for murder that will take him far in the busy field of organized crime. An extremely detailed look at the science of ballistics in 1949. Two Who Sold Their Lives For $19!; On the Level; Theodore Downes; This'll Kill Ya!; Steve Bracy and Al Moss; Science Vs. the Criminal: Ballistics; Our Police Hall of Fame; Thug Uglies; James Conlon. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #73
    Crime Does Not Pay (1942) 73
    • Discounted from $37.00.
    • Discounted from $33.00.
    • Discounted from $10.00.
    • Discounted from $7.10.
    • Discounted from $7.10.
    • Cover detached.

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by George Tuska, Fred Guardineer, Claude Moore, Tony DiPreta and Charles Biro. The title that launched the crime comics genre, Crime Does Not Pay was noted for its violent pre-Code content and lurid tales of underworld life. Mr. Crime narrates the tale of two-bit hood Peter Feflin, who wages war against another street gang on the rooftops of the New York tenements. Al Jennings becomes obsessed with getting the man he's convinced was responsible for sending him to prison. Mayhew and Johns, described in the story as "stir-mad, kill-mad morons," go on a spree of murder and robbery across the South. Also featuring vintage ads for "Amazing Life-Like Rubber Masks" and "Animated Lilliputiana." Two Gangs at War and Peter Feflin; Al Jennings, the Man Who Squealed on Himself!; How the Police Stopped the Murder Rampage of Dennis Mayhew and Everett Johns; This'll Kill Ya!; Our Police Hall of Fame; On The Level; Who Dunnit. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Crime Fighters (1948 Marvel) 6
    • Discounted from $22.00.
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    This issue contains an anti-Wertham editorial signed, "The Editors of the Marvel Comics Group." Stories include "The Last Cigarette," "Terror by Remote Control," "Gangster's Goal," "The Bullet Sings," and "Tide of Terror," plus a two-page text story, "The Landing." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Crime Patrol (1948-1950 EC) 10

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  • Issue #5
    Criminals on the Run (1948) 5
    • Discounted from $60.00.
    • Discounted from $26.00.
    • 1" Spine split from top of comic.
    • Discounted from $16.25.

    Cover by Al McWilliams. Stories and art by Bob Plate, Harvey K. Fuller, Milt Hammer, and Al McWilliams. Sometimes listed as Criminals on the Run Vol. 04 #5. Bespectacled, eccentric detective "King" Cole Jr. takes over his father's detective agency. A note on the cover insists that the comic is "without gore, without morbidness, without suggestiveness." Young King Cole and Iris Norland investigate a murder on a steamer ship. Bumbling detective Homer K. Beagle seeks the stolen worms needed by the zoo to feed the platypus. Doctor Drew, who can talk to animals, investigates snakebite deaths on a snake farm. Young King Cole: Murder on a Steamer; End of the Line; Homer K. Beagle: The Missing Worms!; Dr. Drew: Fangs of Death. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Dale Evans Comics (1948) 4
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    Photo cover of Dale Evans and Pal. Phantom of Cactus Canyon, script by Ryerson Johnson, art by Jim McArdle; Dale helps an engineer when an unknown vandal tries to destroy a new dam. Mere Slip of the Gun, script by Ryerson Johnson, art by Jim McArdle; An escaped convict forces a plastic surgeon to hide his telltale identification mark, but Dale tracks him down anyway. The Case of the Outdated Outlaw, script by Joe Millard, art by Alex Toth; Sierra crosses paths with an old man who once terrorized the territory. A brief account of Dan Beard's life by Ben Allen. A Dead Man's Life starring Dale Evans, script by Ryerson Johnson, art by Jim McArdle. Captain Tootsie stars in a one-page Tootsie Roll ad, Captain Tootsie Traps Killer Bear With Invisible Light, by C.C. Beck and Pete Costanza. Ad for Miss Beverly Hills of Hollywood #1 and a plug for Alan Ladd's film, Whispering Smith. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #53
    Daredevil Comics (1941 Lev Gleason) 53

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    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Charles Biro, Norman Maurer, Al Borth, Virginia Hubbell and Carl Hubbell. This early superhero title was one of the comics that made publisher Lev Gleason a major player during the Golden Age. Daredevil and the Little Wise Guys are chosen to lead an archaeological expedition to an Egyptian tomb that has never been located. Sniffer and the Deadly Dozen stow away aboard a gambling ship that turns out to be a gangster's elaborate kidnapping scheme. The Little Wise Guys have to let inept player Lawrence join their junior football league, so his father will give them land for a clubhouse. Also featuring a vintage ad for the Buck Rogers Sonic Ray gun. Daredevil and the Little Wise Guys; This'll Kill Ya!; Daredevil; Crimebuster: The Case of the Death-Dealing Statuette; Sniffer. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Date with Judy (1947) 9
    Published Mar 1949 by DC.
    • Discounted from $15.50.
    • 4 cumulative spine split. Tape repair to interior cover.
    • Discounted from $15.50.
    • 4" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple.

    Cover art by Graham Place. Untitled story, art by Graham Place; Judy tries to teach Oogie not to exaggerate or to say things that are not literally true. Buzzy/Leave It to Binky house ad. Untitled story, art by Graham Place; Randolph is trying to devise an improved mousetrap, but it's his father who gets caught in it. Untitled story, art by Graham Place; Judy insists that Oogie take her to the movies even though there is a great band playing elsewhere and neither of them wants to see the movie, because she's already written about their movie date in her diary. Untitled story, art by Frank Harry; Willy reads a book about how to be popular with girls, but the advice turns out to be all wrong. Untitled one-page story, script and art by Harry Lampert; Chip tries to evade a fine for fishing without a license. Scribbly house ad. Untitled story, art by Graham Place; Oogie has to go to great lengths to get Judy to listen to his excuse for being late. "Judy Discovers Oogie" text story, art by Graham Place. Untitled story, script by Paul S. Newman, art by Graham Place; Everyone thinks that Judy has run away from home because Oogie wouldn't propose marriage to her. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Dead Eye Western Comics Vol. 1 (1948) 3

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    Cover art by Dan Zolnerowich. "The Lost Dutchman," art by Mike Suchorsky; Not one has come back searching for the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine. "America's First Bank Robbers," art by Ed Smalle; The hold-up of the bank in Northfield, Minnesota, by the Younger and James gang ends in disaster. "Bucky O'Neill the Warrior Marshal"; The exploits of Bucky O'Neill, who was Sheriff in Arizona and died in the Spanish-American war on Cuba. "Race on the Big Muddy" article; Competition between fur companies in the Rockies and upper Missouri. "The Wanderer"; Tim Hanley's search for his brother's killer. "The Man and the Mountain"; Zebulon Pike's explorations in the Rocky Mountains in 1805. "The Widow Maker," art by John Prentice; The story of Clay Allison, a Texas desperado after the Civil War. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 5 #11
    Detective Book Magazine (1930-1952 Fiction House) Pulp Vol. 5 #11

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  • Issue #145
    Detective Comics (1937 1st Series) 145
    • Discounted from $410.00.
    • 1 1/2" spine split from bottom.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($17.10) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Scuffing on front and back of case
    • Label #052151-014

    Cover by Win Mortimer and Charles Paris. Stories by Otto Binder and unknown. Art by Jimmy Thompson, Dick Sprang, Charles Paris, Howard Sherman, Carmine Infantino and unknown. Dick Grayson suffers from a case of amnesia after rescuing a woman from near death. Bruce devises a plan for the youngster to "assume" the role of Robin in order to try and shock him into remembering his true identity. Don't miss Batman and Robin in "Robin, the Boy Failure!" with art by Dick Sprang and Charles Paris. Plus: Robotman in "The Smash-Up Crimes!" by Otto Binder and Jimmy Thompson; Slam Bradley in "His Highness, King Shorty!" with art by Howard Sherman; and The Boy Commandos in "Undercover Gangster!" with pencils by Carmine Infantino. Also: Shorty half-pager by Henry Boltinoff; Daffy & Doodle half-pager by Lit-Win; Casey the Cop half-pager by Boltinoff; Shorty 2-pager by Boltinoff; and 2-page text piece "From Tree Trunk to Ocean Liner." 48 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 29 #2
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  • Vol. 22 #3
    Detective Novels Magazine (1938-1949 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 22 #3
    • Discounted from $63.00.
  • Vol. 176 #6
    Detective Story Magazine (1915-1949 Street & Smith) Pulp 1st Series Vol. 176 #6

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  • Vol. 41 #4
    Detective Tales (1935-1953 Popular Publications) Pulp 2nd Series Vol. 41 #4

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  • Issue #194903
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    "I was a $100 a Night Call Girl!" Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #2
    Dick Cole (1949 Curtis/Star) 2
    • Discounted from $14.00.

    Cover by Joe Certa. Stories and art by Jim Wilcox, Al McWilliams, Milt Hammer, Jack Warren, Joe Certa, Al McWilliams, Gordon Guth and Art Helfant. Boys' adventure with military cadet and sportsman Dick Cole, who appeared in Blue Bolt, 4Most and Target Comics before getting his own series. Dick Cole's rival cadet for campus leadership, Bark Hall, puts aside his differences to prevent a lethal attack on Dick. Speck, Spot and Sis battle the mysterious Master Mind at the Junior Country Club Dance. Millionaire adventurer Rick Richards runs afoul of eccentric inventor Wizley Zard, who has a grudge against him. Dick Cole; Speck, Spot and Sis; The Real Thing; Rick Richards; Bull's-Eye Bill; Heathcliff the Hobo; Dick Cole; Merkin Gerkin; Two-Ton O'Toole. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Dick Tracy Monthly (1948-1961) 15

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    Stories and art by Chester Gould and Bill Ely. Dell reprints the original comic-strip adventures of legendary tough cop Dick Tracy and his rogues gallery of freakish enemies. This issue reprints strips from Oct. 27 - Dec. 4, 1935. After a shootout with Maw and Muscle, Tracy takes on Cut and the rest of his gang, aided by an undercover G-man. But the gang gets the drop on him. The backup feature by Bill Ely stars tough cop Jim O'Brien, a plainclothes detective nicknamed The Iron Man. Dick Tracy; Dick Tracy Reports to You; The Iron Man. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 59 #3
    Dime Detective Magazine (1931-1953 Popular Publications) Pulp Vol. 59 #3

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  • Vol. 54 #3
    Dime Western Magazine (1932-1954 Popular Publications) Pulp Vol. 54 #3

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  • Vol. 30 #6
    Doc Savage (1933-1949 Street & Smith) Pulp Vol. 30 #6

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  • Issue #21
    Doll Man Quarterly (1941 Quality) 21

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    Poison Pistol starring Doll Man and Clane. Human Cargo starring Doll Man, Big Louie, and Handy Andy. Torchy and the Double Exposure starring Torchy, art by Bill Ward. Untitled Doll Man story; Doll Man disguises himself as a child's doll in order to prevent a kidnapping. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Dotty (1948) 39
    Published Mar 1949 by Ace Magazines.

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    Contains young adult romance stories. In order of appearance: "Dotty, Temporarily Yours" art by Al Hartley; "Hired Date!"; "Dotty, Week-End Romance" art by Al Hartley; and "Sorority Sue, Love is a Gamble!". "Career Girl" text story by Elaine Love. 36 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 16 #4
    Double Action Western Magazine (1934-1960 Columbia) Pulp Vol. 16 #4

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  • Issue #5
    Ella Cinders (1948) 5
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  • Vol. 13 #64
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  • Issue #25
    Ernie Comics (1948) 25

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  • Vol. 1 #1
    Exciting Baseball (1949-1953 Standard Magazines) Pulp Vol. 1 #1

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  • Issue #66
    Exciting Comics (1940) 66

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    Cover art by Alex Schomburg. The Talons of the Leopard Queen starring Judy of the Jungle, art by Art Saaf. Peril on the Plains starring Rick Howard, the Mystery Rider, art by Charles Quinlan. Grandpa Shows His Medals, art by Jerry Robinson; In the year 2020, a grandfather [Howie] tells his nephew how years back he won the soapbox derby and got an autograph of the Black Terror and Tim, and was soon after had the picture taken from him by a gang of crooks wanting a sample of the Terror's handwriting in order to forge a letter from him to gain access to a bank in order to rob it. Water Boy starring Roger Dodger, script and art by Al Hartley. The Racket That Ran By Radio starring Johnny Dale, art by George Roussos. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 13 #3
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  • Vol. 17 #1
    Exciting Western (1940-1953 Better Publications) Pulp Vol. 17 #1

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  • Issue #7
    Famous Crimes (1948) 7

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    Art by B. Tirado and others. One of the era's notorious crime comics, presenting violent acts, some inspired by actual events, as cautionary tales. The rise and fall of Philadelphia gang kingpin Joe Santori; Educational comics about the history of the New York Police Department; Wyoming's Wyman Henger is a rural poacher, battling game wardens and earning a reputation as a backwoods Tarzan. This issue was mentioned in Seduction of the Innocent. Vince Nabori: The Life and Death of a Gangster; Joe "The Boob" Santori; Talking About Cops; Tarzan: The Wyoming Killer; The Cab Riding Robber. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #176
    Famous Funnies (1934) 176
    • Discounted from $22.00.
    • Discounted from $13.00.

    Contains comic strip reprints and a text story. In order of appearance: "Buck Rogers" by Philip Francis Nowlan and Rick Yager (as Dick Calkins); "Steve Roper and Wahoo" by Allen Saunders and Elmer Woggon; "Napoleon" by Clifford McBride; "Dickie Dare" by Mabel Burwick (as Odin); "Bobby Sox" by Martha B. Links; "Scorchy Smith" by Rodlow Willard; and "Oaky Doaks" by Ralph Briggs Fuller. "Winged Justice" text story by J. M. Greene. 52 pages. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 11 #3
    Fantastic Adventures (1939-1953 Ziff-Davis Publishing) Pulp Vol. 11 #3
    • Discounted from $26.00.

    Volume 11, Issue 3 - March 1949. Cover by Arnold Kohn. Science Fiction and Adventures stories. This issue features "The Mermaid of Maracot Deep" by Alexander Blade. Softcover Pulp, 7-in x 10-in, 154 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 7 #1
    Fantastic Adventures Quarterly (1941-1951 Ziff-Davis Publishing) Pulp Vol. 7 #1

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  • Vol. 2 #6
    Fantastic Novels (1940-1951 Frank A. Munsey) Pulp Vol. 2 #6

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    March 1949. Cover by Virgil Finlay. "The Golden Blight" by George Allan England, and "The Toys of Fate" by Tod Robbins. Illustrations by Lawrence. 7-in. x 9-in.; 130 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #13
    Fantasy Review (1947) UK fanzine 13

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    Feb/March 1949 issue, Vol. 3 #13. In this issue: Arthur C. Clarke defends the Science Fiction Lackeys of Wall Street, Background Story of New Worlds, Thomas Sheridan on The Story of Wonder Stories Quarterly, British reaction to Ray Bradbury, Walter Gillings recalls the Mad Scientists, Tin Men and Pterodactyls. In-depth book reviews: Robert Heinlein's "Space Cadet" reviewed by Forrest J. Ackerman, L. Ron Hubbard's "Slaves of Sleep," and "Death's Deputy," plus further book reviews, magazine and pulp reviews, and much more editorial content. 1 shilling original UK price.

  • Issue #132
    Feature Comics (1939) 132

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    Cover pencils by Jack Spranger. "he Doll Man Loses His Identity," pencils by Jack Spranger; A blow to the head results in amnesia for Doll Man, Martha tries to crack the case by going undercover as a cigarette girl; Eventually, the mighty mite regains his memory and the two round up the criminals. "Blimpy's Crosstown Traffic Solution," script and art by Al Stahl; Blimpy vs. Louie and The Boss. "Saving the Spry Farm" starring Swing Sisson, pencils by Alice Kirkpatrick; The bus with the band is stranded on a country road. "No Man's Land," script and art by Paul Gustavson; Rusty Ryan vs. The Viper and his Amazons. "Fossil Expedition" starring Roscoe, Reginald Plif and Sherman Hill. "Exiled Cosmetics" starring Perky, script and art by Gill Fox. "Big Bertha" starring Shenanigan, Helen Highwater, and Maharajah of Outdore, script and art by Bart Tumey. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Felix the Cat (1948 Dell/Toby/Harvey) 7

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  • Vol. 3 #4
    Fifteen Sports Stories (1948-1952 Popular Publications) Pulp Vol. 3 #4

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  • Issue #61
    Fight Comics (1940) 61

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    Cover by Joe Doolin and others. Edited by Joseph V. Daffron and Jerry Iger. Stories and art by Jack Kamen, Robert Webb, John Forte, and David Heames. A combat-themed anthology from Fiction House that featured early work from many future comics legends (often uncredited) in the Eisner-Iger Shop. Tiger Girl's origin is retold: an orphaned blonde (half-Irish) Indian princess survives in the jungles with the aid of her pet tigers; A corrupt governor covertly sells the medicine needed to fight an epidemic, and Captain Fight must retrieve it; German agents set a trap for Senorita Rio while her movie-star alter ego ducks out of a premiere. Tiger Girl; Risks, Unlimited starring Rip Carson; Kayo Kirby; The Dollar; Hooks Devlin; Senorita Rio; Captain Fight. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 9 #4
    Fight Stories (1928-1952 Fiction House) Pulp Vol. 9 #4

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  • Issue #218
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 218
    • Discounted from $28.50.
    • Discounted from $26.00.
    • Discounted from $13.75.
    • Discounted from $13.75.
    • Staple rust with migration.
    • Discounted from $11.75.
    • Discounted from $11.75.
    • Discounted from $9.99.
    • Discounted from $9.99.
    • Discounted from $6.99.

    Indicia title is Walt Disney's 3 LITTLE PIGS and THE WONDERFUL MAGIC LAMP, No. 218. The Three Little Pigs and The Wonderful Magic Lamp, script by Chase Craig, art by Tony Strobl; The Big Bad Wolf uses a witch's potion to make Practical Pig dumb and naive. The Mounties, script by Chase Craig, art by Gil Turner; The Three Little Pigs join the Mounties and their first mission is to bring in the Big Bad Wolf. Bee-sieged, art by Don Gunn; Practical tells his brothers not to go near an old stump with a beehive inside, knowing the pair will disobey his warning. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #219
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 219
    • Discounted from $535.00.
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #0321083002

    Indicia title is SWEE'PEA, No. 219. Cover art by Bud Sagendorf. Fishing in the City Aquarium; Swee'pea goes fishing at the city aquarium. Emperor Size!; The small country of Plutonia chooses Swee'pea as its new emperor because he will fit in the throne; Swee'pea decides to go once he learns that Plutonia has the largest ice cream plant in the world; Once on the throne, Swee'pea does nothing but eat ice cream; Nothing except to issue a proclamation that all the residents of Plutonia should eat nothing but ice cream. Swee'pea and Ethel; Popeye gives Swee'pea a chicken for a pet, but Wimpy wants the bird for dinner. The Challenger! -or- All Knocking Isn't Caused by Opportunity!!; A new fighter in town, the Slugger, has challenged Popeye to a prize fight. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #220
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 220
    • Discounted from $29.00.

    Indicia title is EASTER with MOTHER GOOSE, No. 220. Cover art by Walt Kelly. Jack Rabbit and the Beanstalk; The story of Jack and the Beanstalk in funny animal form; Jack is a rabbit and the giant is a tiger. Humpty Dumpty's Song; Humpty Dumpty's song from "Alice Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. Mother Hubbard's Cupboard; The Easter Bunny brings some eggs to fill Mother Hubbard's empty cupboard. The Wise Men of Gotham; Three "wise" men make nonsensical arguments. Hickory and Dickory Help the Easter Bunny; A pair of mice, Hickory and Dickory, help the Easter Bunny finish delivering his Easter baskets. Scripts and art by Walt Kelly. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #221
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 221

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    Indicia title is "UNCLE WIGGLY, No. 221." Untitled Uncle Wiggily stories, scripts by Roger Garis, art by Francis Kirn; Uncle Wiggily is trapped by the Bad Chaps on his way home from buying a new dishpan for Nurse Jane. Wiggily sets up a decoy target for the Bad Chaps to throw snowballs at while he goes for the police. Wiggily practices acrobatics to defeat the Pipsesewah and the Skeezicks. Uncle Wiggily tries to help his dog friend Sport, who's depressed because his tail is too short. Butch Bear tries to steal Bunty's candy, but gets his nose stuck to the pan. Shaggy Wolf steals one of Nurse Jane's dresses to make a trap to catch Uncle Wiggly. Uncle Wiggily and Uncle Butter have a sled race. Reprinted from Uncle Wiggily (Bell Syndicate) Sunday newspaper strip from 1947 and 1948. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.