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Comic books June 1975

  • Issue #63
    150 New Cartoons (1969) 63

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  • Issue #448
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 448
    Published Jun 1975 by DC.
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    • Paper: White
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    • Label #1497228015

    Cover by Bob Oksner. "The Spy" Hostess snack cakes ad with Superman. "Don't Get Off On the 13th Floor!", script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Bob Oksner; The secret to the mysterious aliens that keep arriving in Metropolis is found on the 13th floor of the Daily Planet. "Nightmare in Gold," script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez; Criminals are using Enrichetta's subconscious mind to turn Ray Palmer into solid gold. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #448MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Variant. Cover art by Bob Oksner. Don't Get Off On the 13th Floor! starring Superman, script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Bob Oksner. Nightmare in Gold starring Atom, script by Martin Pasko, pencils by Dick Dillin, inks by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #6
    Adam 12 (1973 Gold Key) 6

    Photo cover. Comic book based on the TV police drama Adam 12 which aired from 1968 to 1975. Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed in "Finger Man" in which the officers' encounter with Jim's old classmate leads to trouble and danger and "Behind the Mask" in which the officers deal with a masked gang. No story/art credits given. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Adam 12 (1973 Whitman) 6

    Photo cover. Comic book based on the TV police drama Adam 12 which aired from 1968 to 1975. Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed in "Finger Man" in which the officers' encounter with Jim's old classmate leads to trouble and danger and "Behind the Mask" in which the officers deal with a masked gang. No story/art credits given. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #439
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 439

    Cover art by Jim Aparo. The Voice That Doomed... the Spectre, script by Michael Fleisher, art by Jim Aparo; After the Spectre concludes a grim case involving terrorists, his alter-ego has a long discussion with Gwen, and, that evening, Jim prays that his mission as the Spectre be ended and he be granted life again; The next day he discovers, when confronting some criminals, that his wish has been granted......and it nearly costs him his life! Father Time's Inn! starring Green Arrow and Speedy, script by Joe Samachson, art by Lee Elias. 32 pages. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #439MJ
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 439MJ

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Adventure Comics (1938) Mark Jeweler. "The Voice that Doomed...The Spectre." Story by Michael Fleisher. Art by Jim Aparo. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #216
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 216

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  • Issue #24
    Algol (1963) 24
    Published Jun 1975 by Algol Press.
  • Issue #145
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 145
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    "Gwen Stacy is Alive...and, Well...?!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Frank Giacoia and Dave Hunt (backgrounds). Cover by Gil Kane and John Romita. Peter Parker's world has turned upside down! Gwen Stacy is alive! Aunt May is in the hospital! And the Scorpion is on the loose! After confronting Gwen and calling her an imposter, Peter rushes to the hospital to see his aunt! Fortunately, Aunt May's condition has stabilized; so the restless web-slinger can leave her side...and find the nearest super-villain to pound! Ironically, the deadly Scorpion is in the vicinity and looking for a good scrap too! At a nearby cement processing plant, both men get their wish! The Amazing Spider-Man vs. the sinister Scorpion! A terrific fight! Cameo appearances by Anna Watson, Ned Leeds, Betty Brant, Joe Robertson, and Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameo by the Green Goblin (aka Norman Osborn). (Note: The plot crosses over with Marvel Team-Up 33). The Scorpion previously appeared in Captain America 152. The letters page includes Marvel Value Stamp series A #100 Galactus by Jack Kirby. This story was reprinted in Marvel Tales 122. 32 pages. 25c cover price. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #145MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Gwen Stacy is Alive...and, Well...?!" Part 1 of 2. Script by Gerry Conway. Pencils by Ross Andru. Inks by Frank Giacoia and Dave Hunt (backgrounds). Cover by Gil Kane and John Romita. Peter Parker's world has turned upside down! Gwen Stacy is alive! Aunt May is in the hospital! And the Scorpion is on the loose! After confronting Gwen and calling her an imposter, Peter rushes to the hospital to see his aunt! Fortunately, Aunt May's condition has stabilized; so the restless web-slinger can leave her side...and find the nearest super-villain to pound! Ironically, the deadly Scorpion is in the vicinity and looking for a good scrap too! At a nearby cement processing plant, both men get their wish! The Amazing Spider-Man vs. the sinister Scorpion! A terrific fight! Cameo appearances by Anna Watson, Ned Leeds, Betty Brant, Joe Robertson, and Mary Jane Watson. Flashback cameo by the Green Goblin (aka Norman Osborn). (Note: The plot crosses over with Marvel Team-Up 33). The Scorpion previously appeared in Captain America 152. The letters page includes Marvel Value Stamp series A #100 Galactus by Jack Kirby. This story was reprinted in Marvel Tales 122. 32 pages. 25c cover price. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Amazing World of DC Comics (1974) 6

    This issue includes the following: a career retrospective of Joe Orlando by Paul Levitz; Michael Uslan on writing Beowulf; Jack C. Harris on House of Mystery, Tales of the Unexpected, and House of Secrets; a Swamp Thing center spread by Nestor Redondo; part three of How a Comic is Created by Anthony Tollin; a piece on how an artist interprets a script; and more. Swamp Thing illustration by Berni Wrightson. 1 page Michael Kaluta. Front cover by Joe Orlando. Back cover by Alex Toth. Cover price $1.50.

  • Vol. 95 #6
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960) Vol. 95 #6

    June 1975. Stories: "Doorways in the Sand" (part 1) by Roger Zelazny, "Snowball at Perihelion" by Glen M. Bever, "Wheel of Fire" by Barbara Bartholomew, "Fault" by James Gunn, and "Swiss Movement" by Eric Vinicoff and Marcia Martin. Science Fact article, "Velikovsky's Catastrophism: A Scientific View" by Dr. Irving Michelson. Cover by John Schoenherr. Illustrations by Kelly Freas, Jerry Lapat, Leo Summers, and John Schoenherr. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 178 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #244
    Archie (1943) 244

    Cover by Dan DeCarlo & Rudy Lapick. Stories by Frank Doyle, George Gladir and Joe Edwards. Art by Harry Lucey & Chic Stone and Joe Edwards. Archie tries to take an antique chest of drawers down to Mr. Lodge's workshop, with the expected destructive results, in "A Moving Tale"! Plus: Li'l Jinx in the 1-pager "Minute Minutes!" by Joe Edwards; just before his date with Veronica, Betty gives Archie a charm that's supposed to bring good luck... but to whom...in "Here's Luck"; while Archie's engine is being repaired, he turns his car into a "bike-mobile," but Veronica refuses to go to a parade with him in such a contraption, in "Parade Charade"; and Archie is having one of those rare lucky days when every time he drops something, it turns out well in "The Lucky Drop"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #74
    Archie and Me (1964) 74
  • Issue #25
    Archie at Riverdale High (1972) 25
  • Issue #12
    Archie Comics Digest (1973) 12

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    "Teacher's Pest"; When Veronica is transfered out of his class Archie is left in a daze. "Little Miss Fortune," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica is overly upset when her father loses $250,000 in his business, even though he is still worth four or five million dollars. "Father's Day," pencils by Harry Lucey; Archie's father doesn't think Archie spends enough time at home; Archie compromises and takes his father along with him for the day's activities. "A Brush With Art," art by Samm Schwartz; After forgetting about his required entry in the school art exhibition, Jughead whips up an abstract painting in minutes. "Gone to the Dogs," script by Frank Doyle, art by Samm Schwartz; Reggie gets Jughead in trouble by hiding a rabbit in his desk. "A-Haunting We Will Go," script by Sy Reit, art by Bob White; As part of an initiation, the boys make Moose spend the night in the local haunted house and try to make him think the place is actually haunted. "Signal Success," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; When Betty dates Archie, Veronica loans her a brooch to wear; With Veronica's usual ulterior motive, the borrowed brooch transmits a radio signal so that Veronica can keep an eye on the pair. "The Happy Gang," script and art by Bob Bolling; Little Archie convinces the Good Ol' Gang to pose for a photo to enter in a "happy gang" contest. 164 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #234
    Archie Giant Series (1954) 234

    Betty and Veronica Spectacular. Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. "Feline Divine," script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica invites Betty and her mix-breed cat to the mansion to appear in publicity pictures with her and her cat. Hostess snack cakes ad with Archie. "Clock Wise" one-page Li'l Jinx story by Joe Edwards. "Just Between Us Girls," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; When Veronica storms home, vowing that she never wants to speak to Betty again, Smithers and her father take her at her word and freeze Betty out of the Lodge mansion. Archie Annual ad. "Power Play," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie can only buy one raffle ticket from Betty, because Veronica made him buy her whole book the previous evening. Statement of ownership; Total Paid Circulation, avg. of 12 months 173,179. "Sleepy Time Gal," pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty's sudden display of narcolepsy has Archie worried, but Veronica thinks it's a scam to get Archie's attention. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #234
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 234

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. Bats Over Cats, script by George Gladir, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Betty brings home a stray cat much to her dad's dismay but he gets a soft spot for the little guy. Hostess Fruit Pie ad with the Archie gang, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. The Cut Up, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Veronica and Betty get picked to be in charge of the fabric flowers for the Dance Committee, and Veronica comes up with an easy solution to cut them out. Veronica pinup, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #209
    Archie's Joke Book (1953) 209
  • Issue #94
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 94
  • Issue #30
    Astonishing Tales (1970) 30

    Cover art by Rich Buckler. The Soft Parade...of Slow, Sliding Death!, script by Rich Buckler (Script, pages 1-3; Plot) and Doug Moench (Script, pages 4-18), pencils by Rich Buckler, Keith Pollard, and Arvell Jones, inks by Al McWilliams; Deathlok continues to kill Ryker's men chasing him and destroys the super tank powered by Nina's mind. Mike Travers escapes from his cell and sets off to find Deathlok. Advertisement for Mego Super-Heroes with Falcon, Lizard, Green Goblin and Hulk. Promo for Marvel Treasury Edition #4 starring Conan the Barbarian, art by Barry Windsor-Smith. Promo for 3 Dimensional Marvel Superheroes Action Scenes featuring Spider-Man versus Kraven, Hulk versus Hydra and Captain America. Promo for Superhero Statues including Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Daredevil and Thor. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #30MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #30UK
    Astonishing Tales (1973) UK Edition 30UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of American edition except for cover price. Deathlok stars in "The Soft Parade of Slow, Sliding Death!" Script by Rich Buckler (pages 1-3) and Doug Moench (pages 4-18); plot and breakdowns by Buckler; pencils by Buckler, Keith Pollard, and Arvell Jones; inks by Al McWilliams. Buckler cover.

  • Issue #136
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 136
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    "Iron Man: D.O.A." Script by Steve Englehart. Pencils by Tom Sutton. Inks by Mike Ploog. Cover by Gil Kane and Joe Sinnott. Cover vignettes by John Romita, Sr. and Mike Esposito. The Avengers series take a one-issue hiatus from current events to reprint Amazing Adventures (2nd series) issue 12 (with pages two and three omitted). The freshly mutated Beast makes a latex mask for himself, so he can continue working at the Brand Corporation as Hank McCoy. But when Tony Stark and Marianne Rodgers visit his laboratory, Hank's plan starts to unravel...and sets the stage for a savage battle between the golden avenger and the Beast! (Notes: The cover of Avengers 136 was updated to show the "blue" Beast. In the actual story, the Beast is colored gray. Giant-Size Avengers 4 was published the same month as this reprint issue.) Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #136MJ
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 136MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "Iron Man: D.O.A." is reprinted from Amazing Adventures #12 (with pages 2 and 3 omitted). Script by Steve Englehart, pencils by Tom Sutton, inks by Mike Ploog. Beast appearance. Gil Kane cover (from AA 12) with vignettes added by John Romita Sr./Mike Esposito. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #142UK
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    Published 1975 (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 #93
    Avengers (UK Magazine) 93

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    Title: The Avengers and the Savage Sword of Conan. 8-in. x 11-in., 36 pages, B/W.

  • Issue #1
    Barbarians (1975 Atlas) 1

    Cover art by Rich Buckler. The Mountain of Mutants starring Ironjaw, script by Gary Friedrich, art by Pablo Marcos. Broadswords, Barbarians & Other Banter article by David Anthony Kraft. Untitled Andrax story, script by Peter Wiechmann, art by Jordi Bernet; A decathalon athlete from 1976 is catapulted into a barbaric age 2000 years in the future. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #14
    Barney and Betty Rubble (1973) 14
  • Issue #264
    Batman (1940) 264
    Tags: Batman
    Published Jun 1975 by DC.

    Cover art by Dick Giordano. Hostess Fruit Pies ad starring Superman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Vince Colletta. Death of a Daredevil starring Batman, script by Denny O'Neil, pencils by Ernie Chan (as Ernie Chua), inks by Dick Giordano. Batman must find Al "Devil" Dayre, who has been kidnapped. Letter to the editor from Peter Sanderson. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #264MJ
    Batman (1940) Mark Jewelers 264MJ

    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #50
    Beep Beep the Road Runner (1966 Gold Key) 50

    # on cover is 90189-506. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #50
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    Whitman edition Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #111
    Beetle Bailey (1953 Dell/Charlton/Gold Key/King) 111

    Featuring: 4 page Beetle Bailey story "Sarge's Shape-Up"; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "Beetle's End Run"; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "Rain Check"; 3 page Beetle Bailey story "Griping Time"; 3 page story "The Cool General" starring Captain Scabbard, Sarge Snorkel, Beetle Bailey, Killer Diller and General Halftrack; 2 page Max the Magic Rabbit text story "The Disappearing Act" starring Max the Magic Rabbit, Waldo the Walrus and Bunny Rabbit, written by Mike Pellowski; 1 page Beetle Bailey activity "Here's A Page To Color, Kids!"; 4 page Beetle Bailey story "The Surprise Party"; 1 page Beetle Bailey activity "Have Fun Coloring This Page, Kids!" Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #66
    Betty and Me (1966) 66
  • Issue #113
    Billy the Kid (1956 Charlton) 113

    Stories by Joe Gill. Art and Painted Cover by Warren Sattler. Featuring Billy the Kid in "The Good Life" and "The Spoiler!" Plus: 2-page text story "A Good Day to Die!" illustrated by Pat Boyette. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #214
    Blondie (1947 McKay/Harvey/King/Charlton) 214
  • Issue #61
    Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery (1963 Gold Key) 61

    Anthology type comic with spooky and mystery stories hosted by famous classic horror film actor Boris Karloff. This issue features "Guest of Honor," "Eye of the Monster," "The Witch's Wolf," and "Dead- Man's Island." No story/art credits given. On cover: 90053-506. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #61
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  • Issue #119
    Brave and the Bold (1955 1st Series DC) 119

    Cover by Jim Aparo. "Bring Back Killer Krag," script by Bob Haney, art by Jim Aparo; When crime boss Dolph Rossi puts a hit out on a man named Moran, Batman and Commissioner Gordon provide him protection. This proves to be no easy task as the top hit man Killer Krag is the man hired to kill Moran; Watching Moran at a horse race, they fail to prevent his assassination when Krag disguises himself as a jockey at the horse track; They also fail in stopping Krag from escaping to the island nation of Santa Cruz; Kirk Langstrom uses his formula to become the Man-Bat; As Batman deals with the dangers getting into the island including sharks and superstitious natives. Man-Bat uses his grotesque appearance to convince the islanders that he's a bat-god. Hostess snack cakes ad with Superman. Statement of ownership - average print run 380,640; average paid circulation 190,100. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #119MJ
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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #14
    Brothers of the Spear (1972 Gold Key) 14

    Painted cover art. Return to Thunder Mountain, script by Gaylord Du Bois, art by Dan Spiegle; Sihamba finds out that her brother has died and she needs to take the throne; Dan-El and Natongo go with her to be her bodyguards and to help her train her people to defend themselves; Using her knowledge of a prophecy Sihamba is barely able to stave off an invasion attempt. Knowing that they cannot continue to defend themselves, Sihamba uses another prophecy to help her awaken Queen Ilena and King Inkosi from suspended animation; They then allow her to return with Dan-El and Natongo to Aba-Zulu. 36 pgs. $0.20. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #14
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    Whitman edition; Spiegel art Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #186
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) 186

    Cover pencils by Gil Kane and John Romita (alterations), inks by Joe Sinnott and John Romita. "Mind Cage!", script by Steve Englehart (plot; script pages 3-11) and John Warner (script pages 1-2, 12-18), pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Mike Esposito; The Red Skull reveals that Sam Wilson was, in reality, a criminal named "Snap" Wilson; Wilson crashed on the Island of Exiles attempting to steal a planeload of contraband from his boss; Seeing an opportunity to defeat Captain America using a sleeper agent, the Red Skull used the Cosmic Cube to give Wilson a new personality, a new set of memories and a superhuman link with Redwing; The Red Skull attempt to use the mind-controlled Falcon to kill Captain America but Gabe Jones and Peggy Carter manage to call in SHIELD reinforcements to attack the Red Skull's headquarters; Yellowjacket cameo. Hostess snack cakes ad with Spider-Man. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #186MJ
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) Mark Jewelers 186MJ

    Mark Jewelers Advertisement Insert Variant. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #186UK
    Captain America (1968 1st Series) UK Edition 186UK

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    Distributed in the United Kingdom (England). Exact copy of american edition except for cover price. Cover pencils by Gil Kane and John Romita (alterations), inks by Joe Sinnott and John Romita. "Mind Cage!", script by Steve Englehart (plot; script pages 3-11) and John Warner (script pages 1-2, 12-18), pencils by Frank Robbins, inks by Mike Esposito; The Red Skull reveals that Sam Wilson was, in reality, a criminal named "Snap" Wilson; Wilson crashed on the Island of Exiles attempting to steal a planeload of contraband from his boss; Seeing an opportunity to defeat Captain America using a sleeper agent, the Red Skull used the Cosmic Cube to give Wilson a new personality, a new set of memories and a superhuman link with Redwing; The Red Skull attempt to use the mind-controlled Falcon to kill Captain America but Gabe Jones and Peggy Carter manage to call in SHIELD reinforcements to attack the Red Skull's headquarters; Yellowjacket cameo. Hostess snack cakes ad with Spider-Man. 36 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #3
    Cartoonews 3
    Published Jun 1975 by Fanzine.

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    News and features about comic strips and cartoons. This issue features Grin and Bear It, Peanuts, Nancy and Me, World War II nostalgia cartoons, George Baker (Sad Sack creator), Mel Blanc, and more. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 48 pages on white paper. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #26
    Cartoonist Profiles (1977) 26

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    CARTOONIST PROfiles magazine allows syndicated cartoonists to tell, in their own words, what it took for them to become professionals. Comic artists explain their own unique method of creating a continuous flow of ideas, which have sustained them over long periods of time. This magazine explains how the cartoonist brought himself to the attention of the major syndicates. They tell their own life experiences have enabled them to speak with that unique voice. In this issue: Johnny Hart interview, Harvey Kurtzman interview, Jeff Millar/Bill Hinds (Tank McNamara) interview, Fred Gardineer, Harry Hershfield, Norman Mingo interview, Roger Bradfield (Dooley's World) interview, The Little King, Charles R. Bowers animation, and more. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 68 pages on slick white paper. Cover price $3.00.

  • Issue #7506
    CARtoons (1959 Magazine) 7506

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