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Comic books February 1950

  • Vol. 39 #3
    15 Mystery Stories (1950 Popular) Pulp Vol. 39 #3

    NOTE: For issues Vol. 1 #1 - Vol. 39 #2 see Dime Mystery Magazine (1932-1950 Popular) Dime Mystery Book Magazine Cover price $0.20.

  • Vol. 1 #2
    A. Merritt's Fantasy Magazine (1949-1950 Recreational Reading) Pulp Vol. 1 #2

    Volume 1, Issue 2 - February 1950. Pulp magazine featuring stories and articles by A. Merritt, George Challis, Victor Rousseau, and Ray Cummings. 7-in. x 9 1/4-in., 130 pages. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #9
    Abbott and Costello (1948 St. John) 9
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    "Two Knights in a Daze," "Seen But Not Heard," "Out in the Baa-aa-aad Land," and "Abbott and Costello Discover America." Untitled Hazy Daisy back-up story. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 9
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    Cover art by Edvard Moritz. Shadow of the Panther, art by Max Elkan; Robert Lewis comes up with a spray to bring things back from the dead, but when they do come back, they change form; A panther becomes a woman that he wants to marry, but he finds out that she never really stopped being a panther! No Answer text story. The Thing At the Bottom of the Sea, art by Charlie Sultan; John Mitchell dives for gold, but finds a woman named Undine who haunts him for 50 years instead. When the Shaman Walked, art by John Belfi; A night-watchman in a museum and his niece are protected from crooks by a statue of a Siberian Shaman. The Gray One text story by E. Nelson Bridwell. The Spirit of Frankenstein [Part 4], art by Charlie Sultan. The Man In the Mirror--Adventures into the Unknown, art by R. S. Pious. The Boy Who Could Fly, art by Bob Jenney. Ad for Blazing West #9. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Adventures of Bob Hope (1950) 1
    • Cover detached at one staple and loose at the other.
    • Cover detached at one staple. 1.25" cumulative spine split. Water damage.

    Photograph cover of Bob Hope. Letter from Women's International Exposition used as promotional material by DC Comics. Untitled Bob Hope story, art by Owen Fitzgerald; Bob invents a new golf club. Radio Beams one-pager by Harry Lampert; Dad explains the radio use rules. Biography of actress Rhonda Fleming. House ad for Miss Melody Lane #1, art by Bob Oksner. Movie Mirth one-pager by Harry Lampert; Nettie and Lettie give away a movie plot. Untitled Bob Hope story, art by Owen Fitzgerald; Bob is mistaken for a ski instructor. Introducing Doris Day, art by Bob Oksner. House ad for the second issues of The Adventures of Alan Ladd and Ozzie and Harriet. Untitled Bob Hope story, art by Owen Fitzgerald; Mrs. Peabody locks Bob in his room until he pays his rent. Batman and Robin Stand up for Sportsmanship! public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, pencils by Win Mortimer, inks by Stan Kaye; Batman speaks up for an African-American athlete. 52 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Airboy Comics Vol. 07 (1950 Hillman) 1

    Cover by Ernest Schroeder. Stories and art by Jon Small, Ed Smalle and Ernest Schroeder. One of the more fanciful and influential of 1940s aviator heroes, Airboy fights evil with his radio-controlled plane "Birdie" and its plethora of experimental flying tech. Sometimes listed as Airboy Comics #72. No issue # on cover; Vol. 7, issue #1 in indicia. A test pilot's twin brother takes his place for a deadly mission, and Airboy gives chase. The Heap seeks missing mountain climbers and discovers the lost race of Mole People and their Fire God. The true story of the youthful athletic achievements of famed writer Albert Payson Terhune. Airboy; The Heap; The Mark of Africa; When Sam Was Boss; The Flight of the America; Leather and Dogs. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    All Romances (1949) 4
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    • Glue spot at bottom staple.

    52 page issue. Painted cover. In order of appearance: "I Wouldn't Share His Kisses" reprinted in Glamorous Romances (1949) #73; "One Fiancé Too Many" reprinted in Love at First Sight (1949) #27; "Luxury Girl" reprinted in Real Love (1949-56 Ace) #61; "Love Menace" reprinted in Complete Love Magazine Vol. 30 (1954) #3; "Blinded by My Pride" reprinted in Complete Love Magazine Vol. 29 (1953) #6; and "Romance in the Rain" reprinted in Love at First Sight (1949) #28. "Short-Cuts to Glamour: Petal-Soft Skin, Make-Up Magic..." text article reprinted as "The Charm Corner..." in Real Love (1949-56 Ace) #36, #51, and #61, as "Your Charm Guide..." in Love at First Sight (1949) #13, and as "Glamorize Yourself..." in Glamorous Romances (1949) #87. 52 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #51
    All Star Comics (1940-1978) 51
    • INCOMPLETE. Corner piece missing from first three interior pages. Slightly interrupts art only. Staple rust with migration. Tape along outside spine. Cover detached at one staple. 1 3/4" Cumulative spine split. Staple added (not manufacturing).
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    • Restored: C2
    • Paper: White
    • Restoration includes: small amount of color touch on cover.
    • Label #1487865011
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    • Cover detached at one staple.

    The Justice Society of America stars in "Invaders From the World Below!" Script by John Broome, pencils by Arthur Peddy, inks by Bernard Sachs. Johnny Peril back-up story, "The Ice Queen." One-page public service announcement, "Batman and Robin Stand Up for Sportsmanship!" Two-page article, "Feathered Pilots." Peddy/Sachs cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 24 #2
    Amazing Stories (1926-Present Experimenter) Pulp Vol. 24 #2
    • 2" cumulative spine split.

    Feb 1950. Cover by Robert Gibson Jones. 1st published SF by Paul W. Fairman "No Teeth for the Tiger". Other science fiction stories by William P. McGivern "The Galaxy Raiders", Peter Worth, Charles Dye, , V.E. Thiessen, Henry Haase, Rog Phillips, and Russell Storm. Illustrations by Leo Ramon Summers, Edmond Swiatek, Walter Hinton, Julian S. Krupa, and Bill Terry. 7-in. x 10-in.; black and white; 160 newsprint pages. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #42
    Archie (1943) 42
    • 1.5" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Bob Montana. Stories by unknown. Art by Ray Gill, Sam Schwartz and unknown. Featuring Archie in: "The Good Rumor Man"; "Ignorance Is Bliss"; "Fortune's Folly"; "Through the Looking Glass"; and "The Handwriting On the Wall"! Plus: Jughead in "Cupid's Boy"! Also: 2-page text piece "Hollywood Tattle Tales"! Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Bill Boyd Western (1950) 1
    • Distributor return copy.

    Photo cover of Bill Boyd [William Boyd]. The Bullion Bandits; After a stage holdup, Bill Boyd is searching for the buried bullions in a lumber camp. Two Comix Cards with Golden Arrow, art by George Tuska. You Can Bank on Him; Windy Whopper catches a bank robber without really trying too. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Blackhawk (1944 1st Series) 29
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    What was the dread secret of the Basilisk? Why did it strike terror in everyone's heart? Blackhawk unmasks an unknown horror! Featuring: 13 page Blackhawk story "The Mask of the Basilisk" drawn by Bill Quackenbush (?); 6 page Chop Chop story "On Stage" drawn by Bill Ward; 1 page text story "Flying Saucer"; 11 page Blackhawk story "The Waterfall Fort" drawn by Bill Quackenbush (?). Cover by Bill Quackenbush (?). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Blaze the Wonder Collie (1949) 3
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    • Heavy cover oxidation.
  • Issue #9
    Blazing West (1948) 9

    Cover art by Ed Moritz. Untitled Injun Jones story, art by Ed Moritz; A royal agent is assigned to hunt down the Mexican president, has joined forces with a ruthless outlaw. Lionel Trains Catalog ad. Untitled Buffalo Belle story, art by Charles Sultan; Rustlers are stealing soap powder from the store to use in their rustling scheme. Lonesome Charley Reynolds fact page. Untitled Bantam Buckaroo story; Lobo collects a reward for catching the gang that robbed the Sunup City Bank. Untitled Texas Tim, Ranger story; Tim visits his old friend Dusty Sawyer just to find him murdered. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #103A
    Blue Bolt (1949) 103A

    Cover by L. B. Cole. Stories and art by Tom Gill, Bill Allison and Joe Certa. L. B. Cole's Star Publications takes over the Blue Bolt series, and as the superhero craze wanes, Blue Bolt becomes a backup feature to Dick Cole in his own title. Blue Bolt and Snap intervene when rumors of a hidden treasure map cause unrest in the Pacific Northwest. Photography nerd Candid Charlie finds danger on a school picnic after he photographs someone faking their own death. Heroic master of disguise the Chameleon must impersonate a Central American presidente to forestall a revolution. Mystery of the Vanishing Totem Poles; Chameleon; No Prisoners!; Candid Charlie; Target. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #103B
    Blue Bolt (1949) 103B

    Reprint edition from Accepted Publications. Cover by L. B. Cole. Stories and art by Tom Gill, Bill Allison and Joe Certa. L. B. Cole's Star Publications takes over the Blue Bolt series, and as the superhero craze wanes, Blue Bolt becomes a backup feature to Dick Cole in his own title. Blue Bolt and Snap intervene when rumors of a hidden treasure map cause unrest in the Pacific Northwest. Photography nerd Candid Charlie finds danger on a school picnic after he photographs someone faking their own death. Heroic master of disguise the Chameleon must impersonate a Central American presidente to forestall a revolution. Mystery of the Vanishing Totem Poles; Chameleon; No Prisoners!; Candid Charlie; Target. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Boy Comics (1942) 50
    • Cover detached. Staple rust with migration.
    • Oxidation.

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Norman Maurer, C.H. Moore, Al Borth, and Charles Biro. An anthology title from publisher Lev Gleason and his primary creator, Charles Biro, featuring teen hero Crimebuster and his nemesis Iron Jaw. CB and Squeeks have the crucial play in a dramatic hockey game. Coach Lynn Patrick of the New York Rangers explains how to play hockey, in a unique illustrated comics piece. A struggling young couple gets caught in a frame-up at Christmas. Crimebuster: C. B.'s Miracle; The Most Hated Hockey Coach; The Fastest Game in the World; The Big Bet; Little Wise Guys: Rescue By Radio. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Buzzy (1944) 29
    Tags: Archie
    Published Feb 1950 by DC.
    • Cover detached at one staple.
  • Issue #75
    Captain America Comics (1941 Golden Age) 75
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1335511005

    Includes: cover art by Gene Colan; Hoof Prints of Doom! horror story, Pencils by Colan; A Cigarette Stamped Death text story; Thing In the Chest horror story; and The Bat horror story. Cover title is Captain America's Weird Tales. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #82
    Captain Marvel Jr. (1942) 82
    • 1" spine split from top.
    • 3 1/2" Cumulative spine split.

    "The Phantom Fire Fighter," "The Treasure of Treasures," and "The Buccaneers." Kanvasback back-up story, "The Punchless Pug." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #94
    Captain Marvel Jr. (1942) 94
  • Issue #2
    Casper the Friendly Ghost (1949 1st Series St. John) 2
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1497461002
  • Issue #1
    Classics Illustrated 068 Julius Caesar (1950) 1
    • Centerfold detached at one staple. Staple rust. Water damage on back.
    • Staple rust with migration.
    • Centerfold detached.
    • Rust migration.
    • Cover detached at one staple.

    Julius Caesar, 1st Printing, Line Drawing Cover. Cited in Seduction of the Innocent. (HRN 70, 2/50). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Classics Illustrated 068 Julius Caesar (1950) 2
    • Interior is complete. Extensive accumulation of defects. Piece missing from front cover. 1 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Julius Caesar, 2nd Printing, Line Drawing Cover. Cited in Seduction of the Innocent. (HRN 85). Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #5
    Classics Illustrated 068 Julius Caesar (1950) 5

    Julius Caesar, 5th Printing, Painted Cover. Cited in Seduction of the Innocent. (HRN 165). Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #27
    Cowboy Western Comics (1948) 27

    Sunset Carson photo cover. In order of appearance: Sunset Carsonphoto; "Sunset Carson Rides Again" adaptation of the Astor Pictures Corporation film, by Chad Kelly and Fran Matera; "Range Talk"; "Sunset Carson and the Black Bandit" by Chad Kelly and Fran Matera; "Denver Mudd and Bushey Barns" by Clinton Harmon; "Indian Lore, Silent Talk" art by Mario DeMarco; "Legends of Paul Bunyan" art by Clinton Harmon; "Cowboy Western Comics Presents The Birth of Deadwood" art by Mario DeMarco; and "Chuck Wagon Gus" by Clinton Harmon."The Saga of Two-Gun Garry" text story.36 pages. Full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Crime and Punishment (1948) 23
    • Centerfold and cover detached at one staple.

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Bob Fujitani, Tony DiPreta, E. J. Smalle, Joseph Gagliardi 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. Deranged killer Paul Pollitt slowly loses his grip on reality, but he hasn't forgotten how to kill. A killer thinks he can always elude the cops as long as he has his lucky cat-shaped charm, but what happens when he loses it? A condemned killer gets to plead for his life before the governor, so he reveals his sad life story. Madman Paul Pollitt, Was He Really Crazy?; The Case of the Superstitious Robber; On the Level; Death Was In the Corner; Our Police Hall of Fame; While the Chair Waited. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Crime Detective Comics Volume 1 (1948) 12
    • Staple rust with migration. Marking with crayon on first page.

    Cover by Dan Zolnerowich. Stories and art by Mort Lawrence, George Roussos, E. J. Smalle, Al McWilliams and Jules Steiner. Tales of crime and mobsters, both true and fictional, a prime example of the genre that thrived in the years before the Comics Code. An American crook plots to steal a British gold shipment, but his cohort's obsession with mice threatens to ruin the caper.A French con man swindles a courier out of a fortune in jewels, in a story with art possibly by EC legend Bernie Krigstein. Escaped convicts on the run encounter a farmer who doesn't scare easily. English Mice; Standard Time; The Case of Truck 107; The Brother; Bitter Sweets; The Innocents; Done in Oil; Paid in Full. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #84
    Crime Does Not Pay (1942) 84
    • PRINTING ERROR. Missing one staple.

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Tony DiPreta, Fred Guardineer, 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 Ben "The Leech" Dore, who must choose between informing on a mob boss or frying for the murder himself, in a story with possible art by future "Flash Gordon" artist Dan Barry. During Prohibition, a cop goes after the Jerry Morton Gang, who murdered guards during an armored-car heist. A story that dares the reader to figure out who killed a wealthy woman during an opera performance. Death House Blues; Mad-Dog Roundup; Our Police Hall of Fame; Captured by a Mail Order Sleuth!; Who Dunnit? 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #59
    Daredevil Comics (1941 Lev Gleason) 59

    Cover by Charles Biro. Stories and art by Adolph Rupp, 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. While putting on a charity carnival, the Little Wise Guys are mystified by how Mr. Holmes is alternately kind and cruel to his adopted son Danny. Tips on playing basketball from college coach Adolph Rupp. The Little Wise Guys and Daredevil agree to clean up a field if they can use it for playing ball, but after the work is done, the miserly landowner backs out of the deal. Also featuring a vintage ad for a reader mail-in contest to vote on their favorite Little Wise Guy. Daredevil and the Little Wise Guys: The Good-Bad Rich Man and the Orphan Boy; Who Is Your Favorite Wise Guy?; Tips on Championship Basketball!; Daredevil: The Guy Who Outsmarted Himself; Crimebuster: Squeeks Gets the Dope; Sniffer. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Dead Eye Western Comics Vol. 1 (1948) 8
    • Staple rust/migration.

    Cover by Dan Zolnerowich. Stories and art by Dick Briefer and others. Western tales both true and fictional, which, like Hillman's crime comics, are often told from the outlaw's point of view. The town of Pecos tries to get rid of a vicious killer after he murders the sheriff, and not even Pat Garrett can stop him. A lawman swears revenge on outlaw Jim Slade after he kills his partner. Citizens of a Western town debate what to do about tough outlaw Rattler Matt, in a story with art by Dick Briefer. Cash-and-Carry Miller; Pony Pilot; No-Chance Slade; Sarsaparilla Pete; Rattler Matt; The Last Chip; Me Too; Wheel War. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Dell Giant Christmas Parade (1949) 2
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Color touch.
    • Puzzles completed.
    • 2.5" cumulative spine split.
    • 1-1/2" cumulative spine split.
    • 5" Cumulative spine split.
    • INCOMPLETE. Game pieces cut from interior (affects art and story).

    Donald Duck, Pluto, the Li'l Bad Wolf, Mickey Mouse, Gus Jaq, Grandma Duck, Chip 'n' Dale, and Ambrose the Robber Kitten. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #10
    Dotty Dripple (1946) 10

    Stories by Buford Tune. Art by Buford Tune and Paul McCarthy. Cover by Buford Tune. Reprints from the Dotty Dripple daily and Sunday comic strip. Dotty and husband Horace face domestic squabbles similar to those of Blondie and Dagwood, right down to the drawing style; the long-running family strip also featured tween daughter Taffy and dog Pepper. Horace accidentally wraps the dog while preparing for Christmas; Dotty goes to a broadcast of a radio show, leaving Horace to do the housework, but he'd rather play cards; Pepper the dog doesn't want a bath or her dog medicine. Christmas Day at the Dripples; Li'l Taffy; Horace Fools 'Em; Special Delivery; Chip Off the Block; Monday Morning Blues; Radio Quiz; Love Laughs; Holly of Hollywood; Scrimmage for Love!; Can You Solve These Puzzlers?; Prophecy of Death. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Durango Kid (1949 ME) 3
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Joe Certa and Frank Frazetta. Sometimes listed as Charles Starrett as the Durango Kid #3. Western adventure based on the popular masked hero played in the movies by Charles Starrett. An outlaw pretends to be Durango Kid to commit his crimes. Durango Kid gets caught up in the conflict between beautiful redheaded rancher Rita and Rita's jealous boyfriend, who wants her to give up the ranch and marry him. Dan protects a group of settlers by helping them build a floating fort, in a "White Indian" story by legendary artist Frazetta and iconic writer Gardner Fox. Two-Timing Guns; Treachery on the Trail; Flames on the Prairie; The Killer and the Kid; The War of the River; Charles Starrett, Star of Columbia's "Durango Kid" Western Movies. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 11 #3
    Famous Fantastic Mysteries (1939-1953 Frank A. Munsey/Popular/Altus) Pulp Vol. 11 #3
    • .5" Spine split from top.

    Published by Popular Publications Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #263
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 263
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1243665003
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Other - see grading notes
    • Scratching to front of case and top edge label strip is loose.
    • Label #0052279006
    • Staple rust.
    • Centerfold detached.
    • 3" spine split from top of comic, cover detached, heavy staple rust/migration.
    • Centerfold detached.
    • 3" cumulative spine split. Cover and centerfold detached.
    • Mold.
    • Cover detached.
    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing, interrupts art and story.

    Indicia title is "Walt Disney's DONALD DUCK in LAND OF THE TOTEM POLES, No. 263." Cover art by Carl Barks. Land of the Totem Poles, script and art by Carl Barks; Donald is hired as a salesman on the Kickmiquick River in Northwest Canada, and learns only when he arrives there that he is to sell steam calliopes. Trail of the Unicorn, script by Carl Barks and Dana Coty (story idea), art by Carl Barks; Donald and the nephews are sent to the Himalayas to capture a unicorn for Uncle Scrooge's private zoo. 3 one-page Barks strips. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #264
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 264

    Indicia title is "Walter Lantz WOODY WOODPECKER in the MAGIC LANTERN, No. 264. Cover pencils by Dick Hall. Woody Woodpecker and the Magic Lantern, pencils by Dick Hall, inks by Suzanne Seaborne; Woody purchases an old kerosene-type lantern from a shady antique dealer; The lantern turns out to be the home of a genie. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #265
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 265

    Indicia title is "KING of the ROYAL MOUNTED, No. 265." Cover art by Jim Gary. Beard, the Blind Beggar/Plot to Kill Prudence Plenty, script and art by Jim Gary; A man posing as a blind beggar robs and kills a messenger; He sets the city morgue on fire to cover his getaway; Beard leads King on a chase into the mountains; Beard is killed in a fire and King meets a girl who tells him Prudence Plenty is targeted for murder; King goes to see Miss Plenty and gets caught up in a plot to murder Miss Plenty. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #266
    Four Color (1942 Series 2) 266
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • 1/2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple.
    • 7/8" Spine split from bottom.
    • 2 1/2" Cumulative spine split.
    • 3" Cumulative spine split.

    Indicia title is "BUGS BUNNY on the ISLE OF HERCULES, No. 266." Cover art by Roger Armstrong. Carpenter TV Program one-page strip, art by Ralph Heimdahl. Bugs Bunny on the "Isle of Hercules, art by Tony Strobl; After spending the night in a supposedly haunted house, Bugs is deemed the "World's Bravest Person" and is signed to fight "Turk, the Terrible" in a boxing match; At the library, Porky finds a reference to the South Seas "Isle of Hercules" where the people have super-human strength. The Case of the Vanishing Newsboys, art by Fred Abranz; Bugs disguises himself as a newsboy to find out why newsboys are disappearing. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Fun Parade (1942) 47
  • Issue #3
    Funny Films (1949) 3
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
  • Issue #52
    Funny Stuff (1944) 52
    Published Feb 1950 by DC.
    • 1/2" spine split from bottom.
  • Issue #15
    Gabby Hayes Western (1948 Fawcett) 15

    Gabby Hayes stars in "The Bloodhound of the West," "Jumbo Runs Wild," and "Medicine Man." Young Falcon back-up, "The Winner!" Has comix cards. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Gene Autry Comics (1946-1959 Dell) 36

    Gene Autry stars in "The Badmen of San Carlos" and "The Lost Lode." Jesse Marsh art. Back-up story, "Chimney of Gold." Two-page text story, "The Lucky Strike." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Georgie Comics (1945) 25
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    • 3.5" Cumulative spine split.
  • Issue #70
    Ha Ha Comics (1943) 70
    Published Feb 1950 by ACG.

    Stories by Hubie Karp and others. Art by Ken Hultgren, Jack Bradbury and Bob Wickersham. Funny-animal mayhem from Creston, an imprint of independent publisher ACG, with art by cartooning legend Dan Gordon. Hopalong Hoppity puts on some vanishing cream and his head disappears; Izzy and Dizzy enter a time elevator, and visit the Jurassic and the Trojan War; Barry the pig joins the crew of a pirate ship. Robespierre; Corky Comes Clean; So-o-o Smart!; Izzy and Dizzy; Barry; Pop! Goes the Weasel!; Hopalong Hoppity; Little Joey; Fenwell Fox; Daniel Spaniel. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Headline Comics (1943) 39

    Stories and art by Marvin Stein and others. Headline Comics featured the lurid, hard-edged crime dramas then in vogue, many by Captain America creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. The Better Business Bureau sets out to stop the swindlers behind phony charities. A "fingerman" plots out robberies for others to commit, and gets a cut of the loot. A Mountie investigates missing gold prospectors in the Yukon. The Boiler Room Racket; The Cheapest Thief in the World; The Fingerman; New Year Murder; Author of Violence; Arctic Ambush. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Henry (1948 Dell) 11
    Published Feb 1950 by Dell.
  • Issue #4
    Henry Aldrich (1950 Dell) 4
  • Issue #40
    Hopalong Cassidy (1943 Fawcett/DC) 40

    32 pages. "The Pursuit of Death." Back-up stories with Whitney Whiskers and Big Bow & Little Arrow. Painted cover. Cover price $0.10.