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Comic books March 1958

  • Issue #85
    1000 Jokes Magazine (1937-1968 Dell) 85

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    March-May, 1958. Humor magazine featuring humorous essays, short satires, cartoons and light verse. This Issue features Jack Paar. Saddle Stitched, 8 1/2- x 10 1/2-in, 48 Pages, B&W. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #89
    1000 Jokes Magazine (1937-1968 Dell) 89
  • Issue #3
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    Published Mar 1958 by 7-Up.

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  • Issue #238
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 238
    Published Mar 1958 by DC.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #2011397002
    • 2 1/4" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.
    • 4 1/2" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple. Mold. Severe water damage.

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. "The Super-Gorilla from Krypton," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; Jimmy summons Superman to Africa with his signal-watch when he encounters a gorilla with super-powers; Superman deduces that the giant ape is from Krypton, and later it sacrifices itself to save Superman from Green Kryptonite, revealing that it was really a Kryptonian human accidentally transformed into a gorilla. Ad for Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane. Supermen of America ad. One-page Ollie story by Henry Boltinoff. "Marooned in the Fourth Dimension," script by Otto Binder, art by Jim Mooney; Tommy Tomorrow checks out Prof. Jaxon's dimension cabinet, a gateway to the 4th dimension; Since Tommy suspects the cabinet is a hoax, he volunteers to test the device and is sent to the 4th dimension. One-page Casey the Cop story by Henry Boltinoff. "The Tenderfoot Hunter" starring Congo Bill, art by Howard Sherman. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 2 #2
    Action For Men (1957-1977 Hillman-Vista) Vol. 2 #2

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  • Mar 1958
    Adventure (1910-1971 Ridgway/Butterick/Popular) Pulp Mar 1958

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  • Issue #246
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 246
    • 2 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. The Girl Who Trapped Superboy, script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; a girl attempts to trick Superboy into revealing his secret identity. Varsity Vic humor page by Henry Boltinoff. Underwater Telescope--Superboy's Workshop activity page. The Town That Went Underwater starring Aquaman, art by Ramona Fradon. Little Pete humor page by Henry Boltinoff. The Rainbow Archer starring Green Arrow, script by France Herron, art by George Papp. 36 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #94
    Adventures into the Unknown (1948 ACG) 94

    Edited by Richard E. Hughes. Cover by Ogden Whitney. Stories by John Forte, John Rosenberger, and Pete Costanza. Spine-chilling tales of suspense, horror, and the supernatural—prepare yourself for Adventures into the Unknown! 36 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 21

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  • Issue #4
    Alarming Tales (1957) 4

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    Cover by Joe Simon. Stories and art by Jack Kirby, Joe Simon, Jack Oleck, Bob Powell and Doug Wildey. Weird (but Comics Code-friendly) tales from publisher Harvey. A future boy who wants to go into space hijacks a starship, in a story by comics legend Jack Kirby. Charlie is contacted by a man from 1978 - 20 years in the future - who is being hunted by a giant Gila monster. A boy helps his younger brother, who is convinced that his dolls talk to him. Forbidden Journey; Secret Weapon; The Monster From 1977 A.D.; The End of a Sinister Man; Medical Superstitions; Worlds Greatest Legend; The Feast of the Rag Dolls. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 3 #3
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 3 #3

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  • Mar 1958
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Sampler (C. 1960 Davis) Mar 1958

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  • Issue #55
    All American Men of War (1952) 55

    Edited by Whitney Ellsworth. Cover by Joe Kubert. Stories by Robert Kanigher, Joe Kubert, Morris Waldinger, Tom Nicolisi, Bob Haney, Russ Heath, and Jerry Grandenetti. Adventure tales of war and the military, including some humor—go into combat with All American Men of War! 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #99
    All Star Western (1951) 99
    Published Mar 1958 by DC.

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    Edited by Julius Schwartz. Cover by Gil Kane and Joe Giella. Stories by Bob Haney, Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella, Gardner Fox, Sid Greene, Frank Giacoia, Gardner Fox, Frank Frazetta, France Herron, Jack Kirby, Frank Giacoia, Bob Haney, and Gil Kane. Tales of the Old West starring such characters as the Trigger Twins, Strong Bow, Foley of the Fighting 5th, and Johnny Thunder. Indian Tribal Names article by Julius Schwartz, art by Morris Waldinger and Tommy Nicolosi. 36 pages, full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Vol. 13 #4
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  • Vol. 13 #1
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  • Vol. 32 #3
    Amazing Stories (1926-Present Experimenter) Pulp Vol. 32 #3

    March 1958. Volume 32, Issue 3. Cover by Edward Valigursky. "The Space Egg" by Henry Slesar. Other science fiction stories by Henry Slesar (as O. H. Leslie), Mack Reynolds (as himself & as Mark Mallory), & Robert Turner (as Roy Carroll). Interior illustrations by Novick, Leo Summers, Martinez, & Frosty. Softcover digest, 5.5-in. x 7.75-in., black and white, 146 pages. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #14
    Annie Oakley and Tagg (1955 Dell) 14

    Gail Davis [as Annie Oakley] photo cover. Concealed Weapons, pencils by Dan Spiegle; Annie buys a Colt .44 Dragoon model pistol for $100.00, at an auction, in order to determine why a stranger in town has such an interest in the gun. The Indignant Witness, art by Dan Spiegle; A parrot helps the law catch a railroad clerk who's part of a gun-running operation. Striped Fury, art by Dan Spiegle; Panic results from a tiger that has escaped, on its way to a carnivel, but thanks to Annie's sharpshooting skills, the cat is captured alive. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #91
    Archie (1943) 91

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    "Cops and Robbers!"; The gang plans to have a surprise party for Veronica; They get Betty to keep her occupied, but her absence from home, along with some confusing phone calls, have Mr. Lodge convinced that Veronica has been kidnapped. "Oh Sleigh, Can You See!"; When he's running late for school, Archie borrows Murgatroyd's sled to gain some time. "Counter Spy"; Archie gets a part-time job at Pop Tate's; Reggie tries to get Archie fired by ordering an improbable sandwich of "cucumbers, chopped liver, hard-boiled eggs, tuna fish, chopped walnuts, and a slice of salami." "Whine, Swimmin' and Song"; Coach Kleats can't get the girls in his swimming class to get in the water; They gossip and swoon over a crooner named Elvis Boone. Archie Giant Series ad. "A Vicious Cycle"; Reggie has a new Italian motorcycle and has Veronica's attention; Archie tries to counter by building a homemade scooter of his own. Archie Club News. "Share Nonsense!"; A business client arrives at the Andrews' home a half-hour early; Archie must entertain him, but a garbled telephone conversation makes him think the client enjoys practical jokes. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 35
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