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Comic books August 1974

  • Issue #438
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 438
    Published Aug 1974 by DC.

    Cover by Nick Cardy. Superman promo ad with Pat Broderick art. "A Monster Named Lois Lane!", script by Cary Bates, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Bob Oksner; A jewel from space turns Lois Lane into a super-powered beast-woman. Superman pretends to develop similar monster-like symptoms in order to trap and subdue her but she sees through his disguise; Finally Superman realizes that Lois developed the condition only because she had a cold which lowered her immunity to the space jewel. "The Man Who Tape-Recorded the Atom!", script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Tex Blaisdell; Jean Loring is kidnapped by the evil scientist Dr. Myles Adrian who wishes to force Ray Palmer to show him how to reverse the side-effects of a shrinking experiment which threatens to shrink him to infinitesimal size; When the Atom travels through the phone wires after receiving a distress call from Jean, Professor Adrian traps the Atom in an answering machine and threatens to erase him forever unless he reveals the secret of his shrinking reversal powers. 36 pgs., full color. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #438MJ
    Action Comics (1938 DC) Mark Jewelers 438MJ

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  • Issue #4
    Adam 12 (1973 Gold Key) 4

    # on cover: 90287-408. Pete and Jim are too late to keep a gang war from ending in murder! Featuring: 13 page Adam-12 story "Gang War" starring Pete Malloy and Jim Reed, written by John David Warner and drawn by Jack Sparling. Plus: 12 page story "Heat Wave" written by John David Warner and drawn by Jack Sparling. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #4
    Adam 12 (1973 Whitman) 4

    Photo cover. Comic book based on the TV police drama Adam 12 which aired from 1968 to 1975. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #434
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 434

    Cover art by Jim Aparo. The Nightmare Dummies and... the Spectre, script by Michael Fleisher and Russell Carley (script continuity), pencils by Frank Thorne, inks by Jim Aparo; A crafty and evil mannikin maker unleashes a reign of terror upon the city as mannikins literally come to life, killing all in sight. 32 pages. Cover price $0.20.

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    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 434MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. The Spectre stars in the full-length story, "The Nightmare Dummies and The Spectre." Script by Michael Fleisher, script continuity by Russell Carley, pencils by Frank Thorne, inks by Jim Aparo. Aparo cover. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #4
    Adventures of Robin Hood (1974 Gold Key) 4

    Based on the Disney Cartoon Feature Movie. The 21 page Robin Hood reprint story "The Lucky Hat" is drawn by Al Hubbard. Plus: The 4 page Skippy story "Ring Out Glad Bell" is drawn by Pete Alvarado. Cover price $0.20.

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    Adventures of Robin Hood (1974 Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 4MJ

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  • Issue #4
    Adventures of Robin Hood (1974 Whitman) 4
  • Issue #206
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 206

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  • Issue #10
    Alien Critic (1971) Fanzine 10

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    Vol. 3 # 3. "An Informal Science Fiction & Fantasy Journal." Cover by Tim Kirk. In this issue: Stanislaw Lem interview; Robert Bloch; Robert Heinlein. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #135
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 135
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    Cover by John Romita Sr. Second full appearance of the Punisher in "Shoot-Out in Central Park," script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Frank Giacoia; Spider-Man finds himself in a shoot-out with Tarantula and Punisher after saving a cruise ship from hijacking; Peters friends grow suspicious about his double identity; Harry Osborn discovers Peters spider suit! Letter to the editor from Steve Saffel. The letters page also has Marvel Value Stamp series A # 4: Thing (of the Fantastic Four). Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 112 and 211. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

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    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 135MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Second full appearance of the Punisher in "Shoot-Out in Central Park." Script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Frank Giacoia. John Romita Sr. cover. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 112 and 211. Letter to the editor from Steve Saffel. The letters page also has Marvel Value Stamp series A # 4: Thing (of the Fantastic Four). Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 48 #2
    Amazing Stories (1926 Pulp) Vol. 48 #2
  • Issue #1
    Amazing World of DC Comics (1974) 1

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    Amazing World of DC Comics was a regrettably short-lived (17 issues) magazine that published interviews, previously unpublished stories, humorous pieces, articles on DC super-heroes, and other DC-centric items of interest. Contributors included such luminaries as Mike Gold, Paul Levitz, E. Nelson Bridwell, and Bob Rozakis. This first issue includes the following: an interview with Joe Kubert; a piece on the Wonder Woman TV movie; Sol Harrison on the beginnings of DC Comics; Bob Rozakis on letter writers; a retrospective by E. Nelson Bridwell; a previously unpublished story called "Murder, Inc." by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer; How a Comic Book is Created by Paul Levitz; a retrospective on the Fleischer Superman cartoons; and more. Cover by Carmine Infantino. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 93 #6
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 93 #6

    August 1974. Stories: "Stargate" (conclusion) by Tak Hallus, "Enter a Pilgrim" by Gordon R. Dickson, "Paleontology: an Experimental Science" by Robert Olsen, "The Ninth Circle" by Robert B. Marcus Jr., and "And Keep Us From Our Castles" by Cynthia Bunn. Science Fact article, "The Split Brain" by J. Eric Holmes. Cover by John Schoenherr. Illustrations by John Schoenherr, Kelly Freas, and Leo Summers. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 178 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #5
    Andy Panda (1973 Gold Key) 5
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    Andy Panda (1973 Whitman) 5
  • Issue #237
    Archie (1943) 237

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo & Rudy Lapick. Stories by Frank Doyle and Joe Edwards. Art by Harry Lucey & Chic Stone and Joe Edwards. As Archie prepares for a rugged nature hike with Jughead, his friends offer supplies for his backpack, including caviar and bunny slippers, in "Roughing It"! Plus: Li'l Jinx in the 1-pager "Peaceful?" by Joe Edwards; Archie and Veronica go into hysterics at a bad old joke from Mr. Lodge ("What's a Grecian urn?"), causing Lodge to think that every joke he tells will inevitably crack people up, in "The Comic"; Archie suggests that to learn to be more tolerant of each other, the gang should play "switch," where each person pretends to be someone else and tries to see the world through his or her eyes, in "Play Switch"; and Archie suffers from a mysterious pain in his foot in "If the Shoe Fits"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #67
    Archie and Me (1964) 67

    The Last Gasp: Archie tries to get out of trouble by convincing Weatherbee hes dying; Fair Is Fair: Plans for a school fair are derailed by friction over which chores are right for each gender; Just for Openers: Archies attempts to help the Bee relax only make things worse; A Matter of Principal: Archie and Weatherbee switch roles, to Archies delight. 32 pages. Cover price $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #18
    Archie at Riverdale High (1972) 18

    Cover pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino. The Quitter, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Coach Kleats is worried he is going to get fired and Archie rallies the team by faking quitting the team. Type Casting, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Mr. Weatherbee buys new typewriters. Freddy the Finder, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Little Freddy finds things, but Archie discovers that Freddy steals them so he can get credit for finding them. Kong Phoo, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Harry Lucey, inks by Chic Stone; Reggie learns oriental gibberish from T.V. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #7
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 7

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  • Issue #224
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 224

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. Control, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty and Veronica try to help Ethel control her overwhelming urge to literally chase after Jughead. Gym Jam, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. Scheme Team, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. Riverdale Rock, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. Advertisement for Betty And Veronica Summer Fun #224. 32 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #199
    Archie's Joke Book (1953) 199
  • Issue #87
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 87
  • Issue #26
    Archie's TV Laugh Out (1969) 26
  • Issue #25
    Astonishing Tales (1970) 25
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    This issue not only marks George Perez's first pro comic art, but the first appearance of Deathlok! Cover pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Klaus Janson. A Cold Knight's Frenzy, script by Rich Buckler (Plot; Concept) and Doug Moench (Script), pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Rich Buckler (Primary Inks), Klaus Janson (Ink Assist), Al Milgrom (Ink Assist), and Mike Esposito (Ink Assist); Deathlok is shown to be a robot with a human mind that has the ability to override its programming; Deathlok has a flashback showing that his old army buddy Major Simon Riker is responsible for his creation. Stan Lee's Soapbox, art by Rich Buckler. Creation of Deathlok article, art by Rich Buckler. Promo for Giant-Size Spider-Man #1. Deathlok creation satire, script by Doug Moench, pencils by George Perez, inks by Mike Esposito; George Perez' first published work. Marvel Value Stamp #68 featuring Daimon Hellstrom [Son of Satan]. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #25MJ
    Astonishing Tales (1970) Mark Jewelers 25MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Deathlok stars in "The Enemy: Us!" Script by Doug Moench, plot and pencils by Rich Buckler, inks by Pablo Marcos. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 66 (General Ross). Buckler cover. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #20UK
    Astonishing Tales (1973) UK Edition 20UK
    Published 1974 (est.) by Marvel.

    United Kingdom edition

  • Issue #126
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 126
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    "All the Sounds and Sights of Death!" Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by Bob Brown. Inks by Dave Cockrum. Cover by Ron Wilson and Mike Esposito. The Avengers' epic battle against Thanos is over. And now Earth's Mightiest Heroes turn their attention to other affairs…specifically the affairs of the heart. Tension has been building for several issues among the Swordsman, Mantis, the Vision, and the Scarlet Witch; and the love quadrangle is about to explode! But before the fireworks begin, T'Challa receives a visitor from Rudyarda (the African nation adjacent to Wakanda)! The ambassador from Rudyarda lures the Avengers outside their mansion and into an ambush! Klaw captures five avengers in a solid sound bubble and Solarr stands guards over them! So that leaves Cap, Shell-Head, and the thunder god one hour to free their teammates! But the key to victory lies with the avenger who knows Klaw the best…the Black Panther! Flashback cameos by the Man-Ape and the Lion God. (Notes: Klaw previously appeared in Fantastic Four 119. Due to events in his title, Captain America leaves the Avengers after this issue and doesn't return until issue 141. The letters page includes a letter from comics writer Ralph Macchio. The letters page also contains Marvel Value Stamp series A #46 Mysterio.) 32 pages Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #126MJ
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 126MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "All the Sounds and Sights of Death!" Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by Bob Brown. Inks by Dave Cockrum. Cover by Ron Wilson and Mike Esposito. The Avengers' epic battle against Thanos is over. And now Earth's Mightiest Heroes turn their attention to other affairs…specifically the affairs of the heart. Tension has been building for several issues among the Swordsman, Mantis, the Vision, and the Scarlet Witch; and the love quadrangle is about to explode! But before the fireworks begin, T'Challa receives a visitor from Rudyarda (the African nation adjacent to Wakanda)! The ambassador from Rudyarda lures the Avengers outside their mansion and into an ambush! Klaw captures five avengers in a solid sound bubble and Solarr stands guards over them! So that leaves Cap, Shell-Head, and the thunder god one hour to free their teammates! But the key to victory lies with the avenger who knows Klaw the best…the Black Panther! Flashback cameos by the Man-Ape and the Lion God. (Notes: Klaw previously appeared in Fantastic Four 119. Due to events in his title, Captain America leaves the Avengers after this issue and doesn't return until issue 141. The letters page includes a letter from comics writer Ralph Macchio. The letters page also contains Marvel Value Stamp series A #46 Mysterio.) 32 pages Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #132UK
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    Published 1974 (est.) by Marvel.

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    This is a United Kingdom edition. The UK edition was released in Great Britain at the same time the American edition was released. Both editions are identical except for pricing on cover.

  • Issue #17
    Baby Snoots (1970 Gold Key) 17

    First 25-cent cover price. Cover by John Costanza (?). "The Rajah's Panther"; Papa receives a treasure map in the mail but it's a trick to distract a hungry panther so that Sneaky Dan can get the treasure for himself. "Substitute Genie"; Uptite frees a genie from a bottle but the genie then traps Uptite in the bottle. "Surprise Package"; The mailman mixes up two addresses and Baby Snoots receives the invisibility spray that Professor Sneaky badly wants. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #257
    Batman (1940) 257
    Published Aug 1974 by DC.

    100-page giant. Cover by Nick Cardy. "Hail Emperor Penguin!", script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; When a young King is kidnapped by the Penguin, it takes the efforts of Batman, Robin and Talia to free him from the madman's clutches. The Penguin's Unique Umbrellas! panels from previous comics. "Hunt for a Robin-Killer!", script by Gardner F. Fox, art by Gil Kane; After finding the Boy Wonder nearly dead from a brutal beating, a vengeful Batman hits the streets to find the man responsible. One-page Casey the Cop story by Henry Boltinoff. "Ally Babble and the Fourteen Peeves!", script by Bill Finger, art by Dick Sprang; Ally Babble accepts the offer of $5000 from a rich man to eliminate 14 peeves he has against others, but is soon charged with ripping off the man who paid him. "Conversational Clue!", script by Mort Weisinger, art by Jerry Robinson; When Alfred accidently hears some unsettling conversation in a local library, he follows the clue up...which nearly costs him his life! "Die Small--Die Big!", script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Bob Brown, inks by Joe Giella; The appearance of a man dressed as the Batman at a party at Wayne Mansion and carrying a death threat for the Caped Crusader spurs Batman to attack the problem alone without the aid of Robin. "Rackety-Rax Racket!", script by Don Cameron, art by Dick Sprang (as Bob Kane); A series of crazy college initiations are actually a blind for daring thefts masterminded by the Joker! 100 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #257MJ
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  • Issue #710
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  • Issue #711
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  • Issue #712
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  • Issue #713
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  • Issue #44
    Beep Beep the Road Runner (1966 Gold Key) 44
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  • Issue #44
    Beep Beep The Road Runner (1971 Whitman) 44

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #59
    Betty and Me (1966) 59

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo. "Stamp Of Approval," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is the talk of the town when she starts giving out trading stamps to her dates. "Fish Try!" two-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Beautiful Dreamer," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty is so excited about her date with Archie that she can't sleep. "The Cat And The Mouse," script and pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty and Archie can't study with a cat yowling outside the window. "I Get The Massage," pencils by Dick Malmgren, inks by Jon D'Agostino; Betty gets a massage from Archie, but it's not what she expected (it sounds sexier than it actually is). 36 pgs. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #1
    Black Mask (1974 Lopez) 1

    Vol. 1 No. 1. Collector's Issue. An attempt by the publisher to relaunch Black Mask fiction in a brand new series, but the series never went beyond the first issue. The "Exact Reproduction" label seen on the cover is misleading. This is not an exact reproduction of any particular previous Black Mask issue; it only 'reproduces' fiction from the original series. Reprints include: A Columbo story, "Donovan's Brain", by Curt Siodmak, "Women, Politics, and Murder" by Dashiell Hammett, "Gone Girl" by Ross MacDonald, "Scotty Scouts Around" by Raoul Whitfield, "The Magician Murder" by Ramon Decolta, and "Abominable" by Fredric Brown. Also includes an interview with pulp cover artist Rafael DeSoto among other features. Softcover digest, 6 1/2-in. x 9 1/4-in., 96 pages, newsprint, black and white text with illustrations. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #56
    Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery (1963 Gold Key) 56

    Earth to Starlab -- why don't you answer? Featuring: 7 page story "A Jagged Orbit" written by Freff and drawn by Luis Dominguez. Plus: 7 page story "Granda's Tall Tales" drawn by Frank Bolle; 1 page text story "PIBLOKTOQ"; 5 page story "Shadow of a Monster" drawn by Frank Bolle; 6 page story "Forbidden Fruit" drawn by Jack Abel. NOTE: # on cover: 90053-408. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #158
    Bugs Bunny (1942 Dell/Gold Key) 158
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    Bugs Bunny (1942 Dell/Gold Key) Mark Jewelers 158MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Three stories: "The Hare Brain", "Wock Star" and "Death Valley Smitty" 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #158
    Bugs Bunny (1942 Whitman) 158

    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #40
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    Issue 40,August, 1974. Edgar Rice Burroughs fanzine. First publication of "The Scientists Revolt." 8.5" x 11", 28 pages, black and white.

  • Issue #176
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) 176

    Cover art by John Romita. "Captain America Must Die!" starring Captain America, Falcon, Iron Man, Thor, Vision, Edwin Jarvis, Sharon Carter, Peggy Carter, Adolf Hitler (in newsreel), and Dr. Josef Reinstein, script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Sal Buscema, inks by Vinnie Colletta; Disgusted at corruption in our nation's government and after much thought and reflection, Steve Rogers abandons his role as Captain America; Origins retold of Captain America and the Falcon. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A # 15 (Iron Man). 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.