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Comic books February 1957

  • Vol. 37 #237
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  • Issue #22
    True Bride to Be Romances (1956) 22
  • Vol. 1 #3
    True Men Stories Magazine (1956-1974 Feature/Stanley) Vol. 1 #3

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  • Issue #5702
    TV and Screen Life 5702
    Published Feb 1957

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    Vol. 1 # 1; February 1957. Hollywood magazine with short photo articles featuring Elizabeth Taylor, Russ Tamblyn, Diana Dors, Paul Newman, Tab Hunter, All Miller, Anthony Perkins, Jane Powell, Jack Lord, Natalie Wood, Charlton Heston, Esther Williams, and others. 8.5-in. x 10.5-in.; black and white; 72 pages on newsprint. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #35
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 35
    Published Feb 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Dead Man's Gold," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding into a livery stable when he is jumped by two men, but their leader - a man named Sundance - tells them that they have jumped the wrong man. "The Man Who Came Back" text story. "Showdown In Shell Town," art by Chuck Miller; Called to visit his friend Sheriff Wayne Cune of Shelltown the Two-Gun Kid finds himself caught up in a heavy rainstorm which tries his patience; He has found that the town has turned lawless. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Going to a watering hole for his horse, Kid crosses paths with a gunfighter named Bart Kelso, who saves the Kid's life by gunning an outlaw that had snuck up behind him. "The Man Who Wears the Badge," script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. "Gun-Law," art by Chuck Miller; Caught in the middle of a cattle stampede, the Two-Gun Kid pushes his horse Cyclone to get them to safety; While going for cover, the Kid is grazed by a bullet fired by the rustlers, and he is left to be trampled by the cattle. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 3 #4
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  • Issue #52
    Uncanny Tales (1952 Atlas) 52

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    Edited by Stan Lee. Cover by Bill Everett. Stories by Gene Colan, John Forte, Pete Morisi, Syd Shores, Joe Sinnott, and John Tartaglione. Tantalizing tales of suspense and horror, sometimes with science fiction elements. 36 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Uncle Scrooge (1954 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone/Gemstone) 16

    No ads in book. Entire issue from cover to cover is comic stories and one page strips. Uncle Scrooge in "Back to Long Ago" in which Scrooge and Donald's minds are "levitated" back to the days of the pirates and see a treasure being hidden which leads into a race for the treasure. Issue also has Scrooge in an untitled story, Gyro Gearloose in an untitled story and a one-page text feature "Mixed-Up Presents." Stories by Carl Barks. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Unexpected (1956) 10
    Published Feb 1957 by DC.
    • Centerfold detached, staple rust/migration.

    Cover art by Mort Meskin. "The Strangest Show on Earth, art by Jim Mooney; A failing circus takes on bizarre new acts billing themselves as the Martian Circus; Though they pretend to be faking their alien acts, they are real Martians on Earth to smoke out a Martian criminal. Professor Eureka humor half-page by Henry Boltinoff. Winter Sports Champions of the World public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Ruben Moreira. "The Phantom Mariner, art by Sheldon Moldoff; When Bruce Blake witnesses three captains going down with their ships in identical ways he begins to wonder about a connection; But when he sees one breathing underwater, and thinks about all three captains' initials, he realizes he might have been dealing with Davy Jones himself. Robbie the Robot humor page by Hi Mankin. "The Duplicate Man, art by Bill Ely; Orry Conn kills the inventor of a duplicating machine and creates a duplicate of himself to take the rap; But later he realizes that whatever happens to the original or the duplicate happens to the other, and, unfortunately for him, his duplicate is sentenced to die! "The Man Who Hunted Witches text article. Moolah the Mystic humor half-page by Henry Boltinoff. "I Was Slave to the Wizard's Lamp, art by Mort Meskin; Emmet Mason purchases a lamp accompanied by a legend that the owner must keep it lit for ten years or be cursed with death; Mason protects the lamp at all costs until it is destroyed in a fire and a blue ruby found inside. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #197-10C
    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (1940 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone) 197-10C

    #197, 2/57, Vol 17/No 5, 10c. Donald Duck, the Li'l Bad Wolf, and Pluto in untitled stories and Mickey Mouse and Goofy in part one of "The Legend of Loon Lake." The Donald Duck story is by Carl Barks. Issue also has one-page and half-page gag strips, and a one-page text feature "The Winter Serenade." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #197-15C
    Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (1940 Dell/Gold Key/Gladstone) 197-15C
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split. Front cover detached. Staple rust.

    #197, 2/57, Vol 17/No 5, 15c. Donald Duck, the Li'l Bad Wolf, and Pluto in untitled stories and Mickey Mouse and Goofy in part one of "The Legend of Loon Lake." The Donald Duck story is by Carl Barks. Issue also has one-page and half-page gag strips, and a one-page text feature "The Winter Serenade." 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #24
    Western Gunfighters (1956 Atlas) 24

    Cover art by John Severin. His Back To the Wall, script by Stan Lee, art by Alex Toth. The Story-Teller text story. Rustler's Secret, art by Don Heck. Murder On the Trail, art by Pete Morisi. Vengeance Is Mine, art by Chuck Miller. The Owlhoot and the Stranger, art by Joe Maneely. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #88
    Wonder Woman (1942 1st Series DC) 88
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    • Heavy cover oxidation.
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    • 4" cumulative spine split, centerfold detached at one staple.

    Cover by Irv Novick. "Mystery of the Vanishing Box," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Wonder Woman finds a mysterious box which keeps appearing and disappearing and has a warning on it never to open. Wedding Forecast article by Julius Schwartz. "The Talking Lasso," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter; Narrated by the Golden Lasso, a story about some of the people whose lives it has changed. Indian Woman Chief article by Jack Miller, art by Raymond Perry. "The Walking Nightmare," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Harry G. Peter. Lovers' Flowers article by Julius Schwartz, art by Morris Waldinger. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Woody Woodpecker (1947 Dell/Gold Key) 41

    Walter Lantz' Woody Woodpecker. Stories by unknown. Art by unknown. Featuring the tales "The Mountain Monster Mystery," "Double-Dealing Duel" and "The Stoking Stowaway," plus the 1-page story "How To Win At Checkers" and an untitled 1-page story! (The untitled 1-pager stars Woody Woodpecker, Andy Panda and Charlie Chicken!) Also: Homer Pigeon in "Fishing For Treasure"! And: Chilly Willy in the 1-page text story "The Big Wheel"! 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    World of Mystery (1956) 5
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    "She Stands in the Shadows" (art by Joe Orlando), "Nelson's Nightmare," "The Thing in the Bottle" (art by Herb Hamilton), "The Bottomless Box," "Human for a Day," and "The Voice From Nowhere" (art by John Forte), plus a two-page text story, "The Sound of Trouble." Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    World of Suspense (1956) 6
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    "The Old Man of the Mountain!" (art by John Forte), "Come Into My Parlor," "Six Strange Words," "Run, Coward, Run," "A Scream for Help," and "Foster's Fear" (art by Bob Powell). Art by Dave Berg and George Roussos (and Pete Morisi?). Two-page text story, "The Wishing Machine." Bill Everett cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #86
    World's Finest (1941) 86
    Published Feb 1957 by DC.
    • 1" spine split from bottom. Chipping. Staple rust. Rust migration.
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    • Cover detached, 4 1/4" cumulative spine split, large portion of back cover missing.

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. The Super-Show of Gotham City, script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; Superman, Batman and Robin are putting on a show for charity, but someone keeps sabotaging the performance. Jerry the Jitterbug humor page by Henry Boltinoff. The Cherokee Storm Raiders starring Tomahawk, script by Dave Wood, art by Bob Brown. The Day I Became A Lion Tamer text story. 1,000 Arrows to Doom starring Green Arrow, script by Dave Wood, art by George Papp; A millionaire offers to donate $100 to charity for each arrow Green Arrow shoots in a day. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Zane Grey's Stories of the West (1955) 32

    Painted cover art by Sam Savitt. "Forests of Stone" Natural Wonders of the West article by Gaylord Du Bois; The petrified forest in the desert valley surrounded by Circle Cliffs in Utah. "The Trail Driver," script by Gaylord Du Bois, art by Albert Micale; June, 1871; Cattleman Brite takes on Reddie as horse wrangler; Cattle drive; Chisholm Trail; Foreman Joe spanks Reddie, ignorant she's a girl of 16; Wallen murdered her dad; He and Hite demand to take her; Joe outguns Hite; Brite adopts Reddie; Drovers witness his will, all to her; Hite & co. take part of the herd; 20 Comanche attack emigrant wagons. "New Sheriff" text story. "The Cooney Saga," script by Gaylord Du Bois, art by Mort Drucker; Ex-Cavalry Sergeant James C. Cooney returns to Mineral Creek where he spotted silver during a cavalry detail in the 1870s; A rich strike; Word leaks; Miners stampede; Mining camp of Mogollon Springs; Apaches plan a massacre. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.