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Comic books March 1969

  • Issue #14
    Great Science Fiction (1965) 14

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  • Issue #67
    Green Lantern (1960-1988 1st Series DC) 67
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    • CBCS Authentic Signature
    • Paper: White
    • Witnessed Sig: Joe Giella on 08/10/2019.
    • Label #F8A529-070

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Dick Giordano. Green Lantern Does His Ring-Thing!, script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Joe Giella; Bill Baggett, who once briefly possessed Green Lantern's power ring, still has the ability to command it, which he uses for his own criminal purposes. The Zeroids Are Here! toy ad. The First Green Lantern!, script by Gardner Fox, art by Sid Greene; The Guardians select Rori Dag of the planet Rojira as the first Green Lantern so that he can protect his people from the warlike Rulanns. Supergirl ad. Statement of ownership--average print run 364,000; average paid circulation 211,000. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #26
    Gridley Wave (1959) Fanzine 26

    Spring 1969. Tarzan newsletter by Vernell Coriell. Tarzan memoribillia public exhibit, William Juhre and Sam Moskowitz guests of honor at Dum-Dum '69. 7-in. x 10-in., 4 Pages. B&W.

  • Vol. 7 #1
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  • Vol. 23 #4
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  • Issue #118
    Heart Throbs (1949 Quality/DC) 118

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    Cover inks by Dick Giordano. Stories by Barbara Friedlander. Art by Jay Scott Pike, Tony Abruzzo, John Romita, Sr. and unknown. Did Bud only pretend to love her...to win a bet? Blinding shame follows heartbreak in Episode 17 of "3 Girls--Their Lives--Their Loves"! Also featuring "Stand-in for Love" and the reprint story "Two Hearts Lost"! Plus: 2-page Mad Mad Modes for Moderns filler! Also: Poetry by Brenda Bauer, Joann Copeland and Nancy Lee. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #56
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    Long running music magazine featuring articles, song lyrics and fan letters. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 68 pages, B&W Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #196903
    Hot Rod Cartoons (1964) 196903

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    #27 Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #36
    Hot Stuff Sizzlers (1960) 36

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  • Issue #78
    I Love You (1955-80 Charlton) 78

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    Three romance stories. Cover price $0.12.

  • Vol. 19 #3
    If Worlds of Science Fiction (1952 Pulp Digest) Vol. 19 #3

    March 1969. Volume 19, No. 3 (Whole No. 136) Cover by Jack Gaughan. Science fiction stories by Philip Jose Farmer, Anne McCaffrey, Ted White Roger Zelazny, David Redd, Harlan Ellison, George Scithers, Fritz Leiber. Illustrations by Jack Gaughan, Brock, Virgil Finlay, Barr, Reiber. 5.25-in. x 7.5-in.; black and white; 162 newsprint pages. Cover price $0.60.

  • Vol. 55 #2
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    Volume 55, Issue 2 - Spring 1969. Magazine produced by the Art Institutes of Minneapolis at Minnesota to advertise the correspondence course, their mail order art supply, and the happenings of former students. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 24 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #113
    Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) 113
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    Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Where Fall the Shifting Sands?, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins; Bruce Banner, dying on a decompressed rocket ship hurling back to earth, succeeds in turning back to the Hulk and surviving the experience; Once he makes it back to earth, he is accosted by Sandman who easily dupes the Hulk into believeing he is his only friend in the world; On his new buddy's instructions, Hulk attacks Ross's missile base as the Sandman uses the diversion to try and steal some military hardware; Finally figuring out that he has been hornswaggled once again, Hulk beats up Sandman but then leaps away before Ross and Betty can tell him they may think he is not that bad a guy after all. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #113UK
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    UK Edition. Cover pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins. Where Fall the Shifting Sands?, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Herb Trimpe, inks by Dan Adkins; Bruce Banner, dying on a decompressed rocket ship hurling back to earth, succeeds in turning back to the Hulk and surviving the experience; Once he makes it back to earth, he is accosted by Sandman who easily dupes the Hulk into believeing he is his only friend in the world; On his new buddy's instructions, Hulk attacks Ross's missile base as the Sandman uses the diversion to try and steal some military hardware; Finally figuring out that he has been hornswaggled once again, Hulk beats up Sandman but then leaps away before Ross and Betty can tell him they may think he is not that bad a guy after all.

  • Vol. 47 #3
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  • Issue #11
    Iron Man (1968 1st Series) 11
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    "Unmasked!" Part 3 of 3. Script by Archie Goodwin. Pencils by George Tuska. Inks by Johnny Craig. Cover by George Tuska and Johnny Craig. With the help of a life model decoy, Tony tricks the Mandarin into believing that Iron Man and Tony Stark are actually different people. But that was the easy part! Now Shell-head must beat the Mandarin in close combat at Tony's retreat lodge in the Adirondack Mountains! After the Mandarin snatches Janice Cord, he appears to have gained the upper hand on the golden avenger, but that cowardly move may end up spelling defeat for the Asian mastermind. 32 pages Cover price $0.12.

  • Vol. 31 #5
    Jack and Jill (1938) Vol. 31 #5
    Published Mar 1969 by Curtis.

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    March 1969. Special Features: "A Boy in a Land of Giants" by Maurine M. Remenih, "The Astroworld of Texas", and "Clint Howard, Photographer" by Joan H. Wood. 60 Pages, 6 1/2-in x 10-in. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #166
    Jughead (1949 1st Series) 166

    Canned Happiness! starring Jughead, Archie, and Reggie. Article about Jeff Barry who wrote the theme song for the Archie television show. Disc Disaster starring Jughead, Veronica, and Archie. Lil Jinx humor page by Joe Edwards. The Sporting Life; Jughead tries to win his varsity letter in different sports. Think Warm starring Jughead, Veronica, Betty, and Archie. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #10
    Jughead's Jokes (1967) 10
  • Issue #63
    Just Married (1958) 63

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    Cover pencils by Charles Nicholas, inks by Ernie Bache. A Time for Swinging. Just Jeannette advice column by Jeannette Copeland. Tears of Happiness, pencils by Charles Nicholas, inks by Ernie Bache. The Wedding. A Ditty text story, script by Sir P. Sidney, pencils by Tony Tallarico. Each Time I Die! 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #70
    Justice League of America (1960 1st Series) 70

    Cover art by Neal Adams. Versus the Creeper, script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Sid Greene; Batman prompts the League to investigate the new crime fighter, the Creeper; aliens, crooks, the Creeper, and the League battle at a nuclear power plant. Statement of ownerhsip--average print run 537,000; average paid circulation 315,500. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #3
    Land of the Giants (1968 Gold Key) 3

    Number/month on cover: 10230-903, March. Comic book version of the sci/fi-fantasy TV series in which seven Earthlings are stranded in a very large world. Issue has "Giant Damsel in Distress -- Part 1: Mirror Power" and "Part 2: The Charge of the Light Brigade" in which the castaways aid a lady terrorized by a stalking killer. Issue also has Gold Key Comics Club features. Photo cover. Story and art credits: unknown. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #216
    Laugh Comics (1946 1st Series) 216
    • Cover detached at one staple.

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "The Tune," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Mario Acquaviva; Mr. Weatherbee decries the sudden popularity of The Archies. The lyrics to the song "Everything's Archie" (from the CBS animated series of the same name), accompanied by a picture of the group performing the song, art by Joe Edwards. "Do Blondes Have More Fun?", pencils by Al Hartley (layouts) and Jon D'Agostino (finished art), inks by Jon D'Agostino; As a prank, Jughead puts hair dye in Reggie's football helmet and Reggie ends up blonde. "Boxed In," script and art by Joe Edwards; Hap shows Jinx how to solve a crossword puzzle. Archie Pin-Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "If I Had My Way," pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie and Jughead daydream in class about how the world would look if they could reshape its reality. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Vol. 9 #2
    Laugh Parade (1960) Vol. 9 #2

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    Cover and art by Ted Trogdon. Adult Themed Cartoons. 8-in x 11-in, 64 Pages, B&W. NOTE: Mature Readers Only. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #6
    Laugh-In Magazine (1968) 6

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  • Issue #65
    Leave It to Binky (1948) 65

    Cover by Bob Oksner Cover price $0.12.

  • Mar 21 1969
    Life (1936) Mar 21 1969
    Life (1936) Mar 21 1969
    Published Mar 1969 by Clair Maxwell.
    • 4" total spine split, water damage and rusty staples.

    March 21, 1969. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: Woody Allen cover and article about Bogart; Rona Barrett; reviews of Slaughterhouse-Five and I Am Curious (Yellow); drug plague in California; post-Vietnam War forgien policy; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 90 pages. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #83
    Life with Archie (1958) 83
    • 1" Spine split from bottom. Cover and centerfold detached.

    I've Grown a Custom To Her Face; When Veronica is too embarrassed to ride in his car, Archie fixes it up like a hot rod. Archie Club News. Gout Bout; When Mr. Weatherbee's gout is acting up he tries to stay far away from clumsy Archie. Surprise Party; The gang is having a "surprise party" where they surprise one of the parents by holding an impromptu party at their house. Mr. Lodge is worried it will be his house. Bugged featuring Li'l Jinx, script and art by Joe Edwards. Hokey Pokey; Mr. Weatherbee makes Archie the hall monitor to cut down on the running in the halls. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #690301
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  • Issue #690308
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  • Issue #690315
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  • Issue #690322
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  • Issue #690329
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  • Issue #52
    Little Archie (1956) 52
  • Issue #38
    Little Audrey and Melvin (1962) 38
  • Issue #38
    Little Dot Dotland (1962) 38

    "The Great Rock-And-Roll Adventure"; Dot travels with rock band the New Rottics and helps them sell a tremendous number of records. Two one-page Little Dot stories. One-page Little Lotta story. "A Way Out Finish"; Dot helps the New Rottics recover their stolen instruments and her stolen dot collection. "Only A City Kid"; When Lotta visits her uncle on his farm, two local boys try to scare the "city kid." "Private Eyesore" text story. "Richie Rich and the Punk Robot"; Richie's new guard robot suffers a thinking failure after hitting a tree, so Richie has to rescue it instead. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #82
    Little Lotta (1955 1st Series) 82
    • 1/2" spine split from the bottom. Oxidation.
  • Issue #191
    Little Lulu (1948 Dell/Gold Key) 191

    Number/month on cover: 10028-903, March. Little Lulu in "New Year's Party," "First Ice," "The Hidden Enemy," and "Ground-hog Day." Issue also has Witch Hazel & the Little Scarecrow Boy in "A Not So Long Winter," a one-page text feature "Lulus Diry" ("Diary"), Gold Key Comics Club features, and one-page gag strips. Inside front cover promotes some of the first Gold Key "Poster-Comics," a comic book which came with large poster. Poster-Comics advertised are the Beatles' Yellow Submarine, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Dark Shadows. Little Lulu stories are reprints from previous issues. Story and art credits: unknown. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #23
    Locus (1968) 23
    Published Mar 1969 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #23 includes Nebula awards; an obit for "Day of the Triffids" and "The Midwich Cuckoos" author John Wyndham; an announcement that "Star Trek" is officially dead; news that Vaughn Bode is publishing "Jive Comics" (with the likes of R. Crumb, George Metzger, and Doug Lovenstein as contributors); news that Kurt Vonnegut's new book "Slaughterhouse Five" is a "book about not being able to remember"; a 27th World S.F. Convention ad; a Hugo ballot; and an ad for Stellar Stories of Imagination. 9 pgs. March 16, 1969.

  • Issue #24
    Locus (1968) 24
    Published Mar 1969 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #24 includes Boskone VI report; Mythopoeic Picnic report; Seth Johnson and Harold Palmer Piser obituaries; Swedish news; fanzine news; fanzine reviews; and industry news. 10 pgs. March 28, 1969.

  • Issue #13
    Lone Ranger (1964 Gold Key) 13
    • Staple rust with migration.

    Cover art by Hank Hartman. Learn to Draw in 15 easy lessons; ad for Connecticut Home Study Institute (Home drawing course); photo of Ake Skiold, European commercial artist. The Lone Ranger Unmasked, script by Paul S. Newman, art by Tom Gill; The Lone Ranger infiltrates the gang of "Rembrandt" Smith, a bad man with a knack for drawing. On the Run, art by Joe Certa; Doc Hunter is on the run from railroad baron Kimsley Bolt; He inadvertently saves one of his pursuers from a snake bite, then has to kill the man's partner. Gold Key Comics Club News with George of the Jungle. Biography of Capt. John Hughes of the Texas Rangers. Silver's Race, art by Tom Gill; The Lone Ranger enters a "Land Rush" race to claim a river's source for a band of homesteaders. Stories are reprinted from 1948 Dell series. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #13
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    Whitman edition. Cover art by Hank Hartman. Learn to Draw in 15 easy lessons; ad for Connecticut Home Study Institute (Home drawing course); photo of Ake Skiold, European commercial artist. The Lone Ranger Unmasked, script by Paul S. Newman, art by Tom Gill; The Lone Ranger infiltrates the gang of "Rembrandt" Smith, a bad man with a knack for drawing. On the Run, art by Joe Certa; Doc Hunter is on the run from railroad baron Kimsley Bolt; He inadvertently saves one of his pursuers from a snake bite, then has to kill the man's partner. Gold Key Comics Club News with George of the Jungle. Biography of Capt. John Hughes of the Texas Rangers. Silver's Race, art by Tom Gill; The Lone Ranger enters a "Land Rush" race to claim a river's source for a band of homesteaders. Stories are reprinted from 1948 Dell series. 36 pgs. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #125
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 125

    Photo cover by Irving Schild. "201 Minutes of A Space Idiocy," script by Dick DeBartolo, art by Mort Drucker; Parody of the film "2001: A Space Odessey"; two astronauts are sent to investigate a monolith found on the moon. "Don Martin on the Golf Course," script and art by Don Martin. Cartoons in the margins by Sergio Aragones. "A Portfolio of Mad Portraits," script and art by Max Brandel; featuring John Lindsey; Liberace; Hugh Hefner; Ronald Reagan; Charles DeGaulle; Gamel Abdul Nasser; Eugene McCarthy; Pablo Picasso; Timothy Leary; J. Edgar Hoover; Twiggy; and Richard Nixon. "Spy Vs. Spy" by Antonio Prohias. "The Lighter Side of Teenage Dances," script and art by Dave Berg. "A Mad Look at Sex Education in the Schools," script and art by Jack Kent. "Mad's Book Publisher of the Year," script by Stan Hart, art by Jack Rickard; Mad interviews a shady book publisher. "The Mad Ice Hockey Primer," script by Larry Siegel, art by Jack Davis. "The Mad Poetry Round Robin," script by Frank Jacobs, art by George Woodbridge; Examples of famous poems rewritten in the styles of different famous poets. "If Comic Characters Were Psychoanalyzed," script by Frank Jacobs, art by Bob Clarke. "What Is the One Thing Protest Marches Have Greatly Improved" Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #85
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  • Vol. 36 #3
    Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1949-Present Mercury Publications) Vol. 36 #3
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    March 1969. Whole No. 214. Science fiction stories: "Calliope and Gherkin and the Yankee Doodle Thing" by Evelyn E. Smith, "The Day the Wind Died" by Peter Tate, "Party Night" by R. Bretnor, "After Enfer" by Philip Latham, "The Leftovers" by Sterling E. Lanier, "An Affair With Genius" by Joseph Green, and "Benji's Pencil" by Bruce McAllister. Cartoon by Gahan Wilson. Science article by Isaac Asimov. Wraparound Cover by Ronald Walotsky. Softcover, 5-in. x 7-in., 130 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #25
    Magazine of Horror (1963) 25

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  • Vol. 19 #3
    Male (1950-1981 Male Publishing Corp.) Vol. 19 #3

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  • Vol. 19 #1
    Man to Man Magazine (1949 Picture Magazines) Vol. 19 #1

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  • Issue #18
    Man to Man Magazine (1950) Annual 18

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  • Vol. 7 #2
    Man's Epic (1963-1973 EmTee Publishing) Vol. 7 #2

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