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Comic books September 1950

  • Vol. 6 #3
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  • Vol. 1 #8
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  • Issue #5
    Untamed Love (1950 Quality) 5

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  • Issue #15
    Vault of Horror (1950 E.C. Comics) 15
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Other - see grading notes
    • Scuffing on front and back of slab.
    • Label #4E2AFB-002

    Cover by Johnny Craig. "Horror House!", script and art by Johnny Craig; Henry is called on the carpet by his editor for always being late getting his stories in on time; He packs and heads for the country, and finds a nice, secluded house in which to work; he buys Wilford Manor, a home considered haunted. "Voodoo Vendetta" text story by William M. Gaines. "Terror in the Swamp!", art by Al Feldstein; As two men paddle their way up the Okefenokee Swamp, they spot a man onshore asking them to go no further unless they never want to be seen again. "Crash!" text story by William M. Gaines. "Report from the Grave," art by Jack Kamen. "Buried Alive!", art by Graham Ingels; At a two-bit carnival, patrons are asked to ante up 10 cents to see Zobo, the man who stays buried under six feet of earth for 8 hours. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 3 #2
    Walt Coburn's Western Magazine (1949-1951 Popular Publications) Pulp Vol. 3 #2

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  • Issue #120
    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (1940 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone) 120
    • 1/2" Corner piece on back cover from bottom is missing. Oxidation.
    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing, interrupts art and story.

    #120, 9/50, 10c. Donald Duck, the Li'l Bad Wolf, and Bucky Bug, in untitled stories and Mickey Mouse in the next chapter of "Monarch of Medioka" serial. Issue also has one-page and half-page gag strips and a two-page text feature "The New Circus Star." Story and art credits: unknown. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Wanted Comics (1947) 29

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  • Issue #15A
    Weird Fantasy (1950 E.C. Comics) 15A
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1486007002

    3rd ISSUE in series (see note following) - Al Feldstein classic outer space cover. "Martian Infiltration" (art by Feldstein), "Henry and his Goon-Child" (script and art by Harvey Kurtzman), "I Died Tomorrow" (art by Jack Kamen), and "Dark Side of the Moon" (script and art by Wally Wood). NOTE: There are two issues in this series numbered 15. The issue pictured here, dated Sept-Oct 1950, although numbered 15, is the actual the 3rd issue in the series. The one dated Sept-Oct 1952 is issue #15 in the series. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3(14)
    Weird Science (1950 E.C.) 3(14)
    Published Sep 1950 by EC.
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Scuffing to inner well of case
    • Label #2073381002

    Classic alien robots/A-bomb cover by Al Feldstein. "Destruction of the Earth" (art by Feldstein), "The Sounds From Another World" (art by Harvey Kurtzman), "Machine From Nowhere" (art by Harry Harrison), and "The Eternal Man" (art by Jack Kamen). First letters page. NOTE: There are two issues in this series numbered 14. The issue pictured here, dated Sept/Oct 1950, although numbered 14, is the actual # 3 in the series. The one dated Sept/Oct 1952 is issue # 14 in the series. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 42 #6
    Weird Tales (1923-1954 Popular Fiction) Pulp 1st Series Vol. 42 #6
    • TRIMMING at top front edge.

    Sept 1950. Cover by Bill Wayne. Horror and supernatural stories by Isaac Asimov & James MacCreagh "Legal Rites", Manly Wade Wellman, Robert Bloch "The Shadow from the Steeple", Mildred Johnson, Harold Lawlor, August Derleth "Pott's Triumph", Carl Jacobi, Frank Owen, and Emil Petaja. Illustrations by Fred Humiston, Vincent Napoli, Charles A. Kennedy, and Boris Dolgov. 6 3/4-in. x 10-in.; black and white; 96 newsprint pages. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 73 #3
    West (1926-1953 Doubleday) Pulp Vol. 73 #3

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  • Vol. 14 #6
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  • Issue #1
    Western Crime Busters (1950) 1

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    Cover art by Ken Battefield. Dash For Freedom starring Six-Gun Smith, art by Fred Yates. Bully's Vengeance starring Wilma West (young mistress of the W-W ranch) and Sonora Sam (faithful old cowhand), art by Don Tallant. Bushwack Law text story by Tim Sheehan. Death In The Canyon starring Kate Slocum (K-bar ranch owner's daughter), art by Rex Maxon. Cow Town Frame-Up! starring Fighting Bob Dale, art by Bill Zeller. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Western Fighters Vol. 2 (1949) 10
    • Miscut.

    Outlaws, gunfighters, and tales of the Old West - some true, and others merely legends. The 5th Infantry spars with US Cavalry riders in a not-so-friendly rivalry during a mission in 1877 Montana. Pioneering pulp novelist Ned Buntline almost single-handedly invents the Buffalo Bill mythos. A Pinkerton detective pursues outlaw Butch Cassidy all the way to South America. The Bunion Cavalry; The Man Who Made Buffalo Bill; The Bola Bandit; Tobacco Tom; The Fastest Draw in the West; The Stranger; Saddle Scraps; The Badman's Mistake. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #94
    Western Hero (1949) 94
    • Cover loose at both staples.
  • Vol. 12 #6
    Western Novel and Short Stories (1934-1957 Newsstand-Stadium) Pulp Vol. 12 #6

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  • Issue #63
    Western Outlaws and Sheriffs (1949) 63
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #891-AA-009

    "The Massacre at Butcher's Island," "Rafe Hammer," "The Trio Killer" (art by Russ Heath?), and a two-page text story, "Last Chance." Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 14 #3
    Western Rodeo Romances (1950-1951 Standard Magazines) Pulp Vol. 14 #3

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  • Vol. 7 #3
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  • Issue #11
    Whip Wilson (1950 Marvel) 11

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    Final issue of the series (becomes Gunhawk with issue 12). "The Mark of the Whip!", art by Joe Maneely; Whip gets help from a young kid to round up the killer, Cabe Norris. "Duel in the Desert!", art by Joe Maneely; Whip is on the track of The Hawk, who has killed a prospector for two sacks of precious gold. "Last Ride" text story; The Sheriff is taking four of the Collins gang to trial at the county seat by stage, but is expecting trouble on the way. "Seal of Doom!"; Out of jail, Kraus gives Larson an envelope to be opened if he dies; Later, two men sent by Charley Taylor, try to force Larson to hand over the envelope. "A Beast Roams the Range!", art by Joe Maneely; Miss Carlin are running away from a mad scientist who has created two huge monster animals. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 4 #3
    Whisper (1946) Vol. 4 #3
    Whisper (1946) Vol. 4 #3
    Published Sep 1950 by Harrison.

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  • Issue #4
    White Rider and Super Horse (1950 Novelty) 4

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    Cover by L. B. Cole. Stories and art by Howard DeLay and others. Numbering continues from Humdinger Vol. 2 (1947) #2; there was no issue #3. Sometimes listed as issue #11, the number in the indicia. The story of how Old West hero White Rider joined forces with Cloud the Super Horse. Bull's-Eye Bill explores a mountain ghost town and finds an elderly Native in jeopardy. A comics adaptation of the classic frontier novel The Last of the Mohicans. White Rider and Super Horse become trapped in a gold mine. White Rider and Super Horse; Bull's-Eye Bill; The Last of the Mohicans Part 1; A Pinch of Salt. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #125
    Whiz Comics (1940) 125
    Published Sep 1950 by Fawcett.

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  • Vol. 13 #12
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  • Issue #43
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 43

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    Wonder Woman stars in "Amazing Spy Ring Mystery," "Nuclear Returns," and "Who Killed Col. South!" Art by Harry G. Peter. Wonder Women of History: three-page Myra Colby Bradwell bio. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Worlds of Fantasy (1950 John Spencer & Co.) UK Pulp 3

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  • Issue #5
    Young Men (1950) 5

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    Cover pencils by Sol Brodsky? Written by unknown. Art by John Buscema, Mike Sekowsky and Chris Rule. In this issue: Follow young Ted Halloway as he makes the toughest decision any boy ever made in "My Brother Is a Spy!" with art by John Buscema. Plus: "The Stranger" with art by Mike Sekowsky and Chris Rule; "When I Get You..." text story; and "Jaws of Death" with art by Buscema. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #1
    Young Romance Comics (1947-63) Vol. 04 1

    #25 on cover; Vol. 4 No. 1 in indicia. Photo Cover by Theda and Emerson Hall. Stories by unknown. Art by Jack Kirby, Bill Draut, Mort Meskin, Joe Simon and unknown. Following Johnny's disastrous Carnegie Hall debut, Della manages to snag the great Paul Egan as her lover's promoter. He orders Johnny to sing pop rather than opera, and sends him on a long national tour. At home, Paul overwhelms Della with sex. She resents his self-assured smugness, but falls in love with him anyway. Johnny eventually becomes a swell-headed pop star and Della realizes he no longer wants or needs her. He disgusts her. Paul persuades her to marry him in "The Only Man Who Could Thrill Me!" Plus: Gale hires Keith to escort her to a party. She tells no one of Keith's job, presents him as an old boyfriend, and has a wonderful time. The two fall in love, but Gale does not want a boyfriend who is an escort. She breaks the relationship off. When the time is right, Keith reveals that he is actually Steve Graham, an insurance salesman, and was posing as an escort to protect a friend from a jealous girlfriend. Gale and Keith renew their love in "Gentleman For Hire!" Also: Nan and the elderly Peter are victims in an auto accident caused by Terry. Terry and Peter are both injured. Nan is forced to decide which man to save and chooses the youthful Terry. Peter dies. Nan grows to hate Terry, blaming him for the death of a brilliant man. She becomes a cold but efficient doctor. Terry wins her love, but she sends him away because he is an irresponsible young man who cut his medical studies short for fun and games. Four years later he reappears, now an intern atoning for the death of Peter. Nan sees the good in him and they marry in "The Doctor's Love"! Also featuring "Out Of The Running!" Plus: 3-page Will You Help Me? story; 2-page Nancy Hale's Problem Clinic story; 1-page story "Are You A Gold Digger?"; 1-page article "Are You Bad For Him?"; and advice on buying perfumes in 1-page article "Buying Scents"! 48 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 4 #7
    Zane Grey's Western Magazine (1946-1954 Dell) Pulp Vol. 4 #7

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