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Comic books December 1973

  • Issue #12MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #177
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 177
  • Issue #177MJ
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) Mark Jewelers 177MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #573
    Lagrimas Risas y Amor (1963 Editorial Argumentos) 573

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    Written by Guillermo de la Parra. Art by Antonio Gutierrez. Continuation of "Rarotonga". 32 pgs, B&W illustrations.

  • Issue #273
    Laugh Comics (1946 1st Series) 273
    • Water damage. Chew.

    "Wet and Wonderful," script by Kathleen Web, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Archie's date with Veronica is rained out then the next week his date with Betty is rained out but both girls have different solutions for dealing with the rain. "Surprise Size" one-page story starring Dilton Doiley. "Friendly Persuasion," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie is abandoned by his friends when he has to paint the garage on a hot summer day. Jughead Pin Up, pencils by Al Hartley. "Fate Mate"; Betty is mad with Archie. "Quick on the Draw," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx fills while Joe tries to think of an idea for the story. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #140
    Life with Archie (1958) 140

    Teen drama, Archie-style: Archie learns that Betty and Veronica are hiking a nature trail that has been scheduled for demolition. 32 pages. Cover price $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #731201
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  • Issue #731208
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  • Issue #731215
    Lion and Thunder (1971-1974 IPC) UK 731215

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  • Issue #731222
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  • Issue #731229
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  • Issue #83
    Little Archie (1956) 83
  • Issue #61
    Little Audrey and Melvin (1962) 61
  • Issue #61
    Little Dot Dotland (1962) 61

    See Dot Dotland for issues #62-63. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #50
    Little Dot's Uncles and Aunts (1961) 50
  • Issue #23
    Little Monsters (1964 Gold Key) 23

    Number/month on cover: 90130-312, no month listed. Comic featuring the comical adventures of ?Orrible Orvie and Awful Annie, the "Little Monsters" siblings. Issue features reprints from previous issues: "Gloom for Rent," "Pop the Pilot," and "Bring ?Em Back Alive Pop." Issue also has Batty and the Green Grumble in "Notorious or Not" and one-page gag strips. Story and art credits: unknown. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #23MJ
    Little Monsters (1964 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 23MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Number/month on cover: 90130-312, no month listed. Comic featuring the comical adventures of ?Orrible Orvie and Awful Annie, the "Little Monsters" siblings. Issue features reprints from previous issues: "Gloom for Rent," "Pop the Pilot," and "Bring ?Em Back Alive Pop." Issue also has Batty and the Green Grumble in "Notorious or Not" and one-page gag strips. Story and art credits: unknown. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #23
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    Orrible Orvie, Awful Annie and their Frankenstein-like family frighten and horrify ordinary people as they have amusing misadventures. The Monsters aid a ghost family thats been left homeless after their haunted house is demolished; Orrible Orvie apologizes to a human, Excuse our creepy nature, sir! (Does Lady Gaga know about this series?) 36 pages. Cover price $0.20 Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #6
    Little Stooges (1972 Gold Key) 6
  • Issue #6MJ
    Little Stooges (1972 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 6MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #6
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    Whitman edition. Norman Maurer cover and stories. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #152
    Locus (1968) 152
    Published Dec 1973 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #152 includes: industry news; Halfacon Report; magazine reviews; T-K Graphics ad; and art by Steve Stiles and Bill Rotsler. 9 pgs. Dec 22, 1973.

  • Issue #153
    Locus (1968) 153
    Published Dec 1973 by Locus.

    Published by Charles Brown, Locus is a fanzine that reports on science fiction and fantasy writing. Issue #157 includes: a long letter from Roger Elwood; Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction ad; 1973: The Year in Books; fanzine listing; Boskone 11 ad; book reviews; Locus index; and art by Bill Rotsler and Arthur Thomson. 19 pgs. Dec 30, 1973.

  • Issue #99
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  • Issue #163
    Mad (1955 Magazine #24 On) 163

    "Early One Morning in the Near Future" inside front cover story by Sergio Aragones. "The Clods of '44," script by Stan Hart, art by Mort Drucker; In a parody of the film "The Class of '44," the three boring high school students from "The Summer of '42" graduate and become boring college students. "One Fine Day on a Guided Tour of Mount Rushmore," script and art by Don Martin. "A Mad Look at Two Grammar School Generations," script by Lou Silverstone, art by Paul Coker Jr. "The Lighter Side of Corruption," script and art by Dave Berg; Examples of dishonesty being its own reward. "A Mad Look at Karate," script and art by Sergio Aragones. "Picket & Strike," script by Lou Silverstone, art by George Woodbridge; A niche magazine aimed at union members and activists. "Graffiti Through History," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Bob Clarke. "Mad's Sure-Fire Sports Predictions," script by Paul Peter Porges, art by Jack Davis. "Least Horizon," script by Arnie Kogen, art by Angelo Torres; In a parody of the film "Lost Horizon," a plane sets down in the Himalayas, and the cynical passengers stumble onto a bizarre paradise. Mad Fold-In by Al Jaffee. 52 pgs., B&W. Cover price $0.40.

  • Issue #141
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  • Issue #91
    Mad House Glads (1970-1974 Archie) 91
    • Centerfold detached.

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. "The Velvet Touch!", script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg; Clyde and Rod try to trap the infamous master criminal Tony Velvet. Archie Comics Digest ad. "Tee'd Off," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Dick teaches Fran how to play golf. "The Case of the Handmade Frame," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg; When student criminologists Rod and Clyde are hired to investigate the disappearance of a painting, they are framed for insurance fraud and it's up to Fran to clear their names. "The Mr. Clean Scene," script by Dick Malmgren, art by Samm Schwartz; Dan tricks a vacuum cleaner salesman into demonstrating his product and, in the process, cleaning the entire house. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 45 #6
    Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (1949-Present Mercury Publications) Vol. 45 #6
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    • Discounted from $2.00.

    Volume 45, Issue 6 - December 1973. Cover by Ron Walotsky. Fantasy and science fiction stories by James Tiptree Jr., Jack Williamson, Herbert Gold, Richard A. Lupoff, Gary Jennings, C.G. Cobb, Doris Pitkin Buck, and Robin Scott Wilson. 5 1/2-in. x 7 1/2-in., 162 pages, B&W Cover price $0.75.

  • Vol. 23 #12
    Male (1950-1981 Male Publishing Corp.) Vol. 23 #12

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  • Vol. 10 #8
    Man's Action (1957-1977 Candar Publishing) Vol. 10 #8

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  • Vol. 17 #6
    Man's Illustrated Magazine (1955-1975 Hanro Corp.) Vol. 17 #6

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  • Vol. 21 #12
    Man's Magazine (1952-1976) Vol. 21 #12

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  • Vol. 14 #6
    Man's Story (1960-1975 Reese/Emtee) Vol. 14 #6

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  • Vol. 19 #6
    Man's World Magazine (1955-1978 Medalion) 2nd Series Vol. 19 #6

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  • Issue #43
    Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves (1967) 43

    Featuring: 7 page Dr. Graves story "The Little World of Otto Schmidt" written by Joe Gill and drawn by Murray Postell; 7 page Dr. Graves story "Don't Lose Your Head" written by Joe Gill and drawn by Steve Ditko; 1 page Weirdlings story "The Weirdlings" by Nicola Cuti; 8 page Dr. Graves story "The Things in the Subway" written by Nicola Cuti and drawn by Joe Staton. Cover by Joe Staton. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #1
    Marvel Double Feature (1973) 1

    Captain America and Iron Man reprints from Tales of Suspense 84 and 77. Cover pencils by Jack Kirby and John Romita, inks by Dick Ayers and John Romita. "The Other Iron Man," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Gene Colan, inks by Frank Giacoia; Mandarin is plotting against Iron Man. "If A Hostage Should Die," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby (layouts) and John Romita (pencils), inks by Frank Giacoia [as Frank Ray]; In a flashback to World War II, we see how Cap spends a few weeks with Peggy Carter and her resistance fighters. 36 pgs., full color. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #13UK
    Marvel Spotlight (1971 1st Series) UK Edition 13UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. 36 pgs.

  • Issue #48
    Marvel Tales (1964 Marvel) 48

    Spider-Man reprint: "The Impossible Escape!" Script by Stan Lee, breakdowns by John Romita Sr., art by Jim Mooney. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #48MJ
    Marvel Tales (1964 Marvel) Mark Jewelers 48MJ

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  • Issue #16
    Marvel Team-Up (1972 1st Series) 16
    • Staple rust with migration.
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1497512016

    Spider-Man and Captain Marvel in "Beware the Basilisk, My Son!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Len Wein. Pencils by Gil Kane. Inks by Jim Mooney and Dave Hunt. Cover by John Romita and Frank Giacoia. Spider-Man and Captain Marvel versus the Basilisk. First appearance of the Basilisk. Cameo appearance by Rick Jones. 32 pages. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #16MJ
    Marvel Team-Up (1972 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 16MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Spider-Man and Captain Marvel battle the Basilisk in "Beware the Basilisk, My Son!" Script by Len Wein, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Jim Mooney and Dave Hunt. Kane/John Romita Sr. cover. Cover price $0.20.

  • Vol. 87 #3
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  • Dec 1973
    Men in Adventure (1963-1974 Jalart House/Rostam Publications) Dec 1973

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  • Vol. 22 #12
    Men Magazine (1952-1982 Zenith Publishing Corp.) Pulp Vol. 22 #12

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  • Issue #157
    Men's Digest (1957-1977 Camerarts Publishing Company) 157

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  • Issue #103
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 103

    48 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Tug Transom cover. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Batman (by Bob Kane), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Albert Mazure), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), Dr. Guy Bennett (by Frank Thorne), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Friday Foster (by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J., Grassi), The Seekers (by John Burns and L.A.J. Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), Buck Rogers (by Murphy Anderson), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams), Big Ben Bolt (by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Red Ryder (by Fred Harmon), and Tarzan (by Dan Barry). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Ambler, Friday Foster, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Air Hawk. Also in this issue: a Sunday Captain Easy strip (by Roy Crane). Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #104
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 104

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    48 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Flash Gordon cover by Dan Barry. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Batman (by Bob Kane), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Albert Mazure), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), Dr. Guy Bennett (by Frank Thorne), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Friday Foster (by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J., Grassi), The Seekers (by John Burns and L.A.J. Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), Buck Rogers (by Murphy Anderson), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams), Big Ben Bolt (by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Red Ryder (by Fred Harmon), and Tarzan (by Dan Barry). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Ambler, Friday Foster, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Air Hawk. Also in this issue: six Chris Welkin, Planeteer strips (by Russ Winterbotham and Art Sansom). Also in this issue: three unsold Condor strips by Jim Aparo, starring a black private detective. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #105
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 105

    48 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Cover montage. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Batman (by Bob Kane), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Albert Mazure), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), Dr. Guy Bennett (by Frank Thorne), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Friday Foster (by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J., Grassi), The Seekers (by John Burns and L.A.J. Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), Buck Rogers (by Murphy Anderson), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams), Big Ben Bolt (by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Red Ryder (by Fred Harmon), and Tarzan (by Dan Barry). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Ambler, Friday Foster, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Air Hawk. Also in this issue: seven Alley Oop strips (by Dave Graue). Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #106
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 106

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    48 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Male Call cover by Milton Caniff. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Batman (by Bob Kane), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Albert Mazure), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Friday Foster (by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J., Grassi), The Seekers (by John Burns and L.A.J. Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), Buck Rogers (by Murphy Anderson), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams), Big Ben Bolt (by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Red Ryder (by Fred Harmon), and Tarzan (by Dan Barry). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Ambler, Friday Foster, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Air Hawk. Also in this issue: five Male Call strips (by Milton Caniff). Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #107
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 107

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    48 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). New Spirit cover by Walt Simonson. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Batman (by Bob Kane), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Albert Mazure), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Ambler (by Doug Wildey), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), Friday Foster (by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J., Grassi), The Seekers (by John Burns and L.A.J. Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Dateline: Danger! (by John Saunders and Alden McWilliams), Buck Rogers (by Murphy Anderson), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams), Big Ben Bolt (by John Cullen Murphy and Carlos Garzon), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Red Ryder (by Fred Harmon), and Tarzan (by Dan Barry). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Ambler, Friday Foster, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Air Hawk. Also in this issue: five Male Call strips (by Milton Caniff) and six Danielle strips (by John M. Burns and R. O'Neill). Cover price $0.75.