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Mystery Men comic books issue 3

  • Issue #3
    Men of Mystery Comics (1996- AC Comics) 3

    Reprints. Stories by Gardner Fox, Carl Memley and unknown. Art by Bob Powell, Dick Ayers, Mike Sekowsky, Jack Kamen, Dan Barry and Mort Meskin. Cover by Bob Powell. Featuring: The Avenger in "The Robot Robber"; The Ghost Rider in "He Who Laughs"; Captain Flash in "Sky Web"; Phantom Lady in "The Case of the Robbing Robot"; Commando Yank in "Bat-Wings of Doom"; and Golden Lad in "The Menace of the Minstrel"! Plus: New 3-page text story "Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall...Part Two" by Roy Thomas, starring Captain Flash, Phantom Lady, Commando Yank and The Black Terror. 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $6.95.

  • Issue #3
    Original Mysterymen (1999) 3

    Script by Bob Burden; art and cover by Chris McLoughlin In his first solo appearance, Screwball, the happy hero, and his pet shoelace go for a walk around town. Screwball writes "wash me" on the backs of dirty cars, eats a dandelion sandwich, buys some pants, and battles some renegade gondoliers with his wits and his bubble gun! A story that's more fun than dogs driving cars. On Sale September 15 FC, 32pg (3 of 4)" Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Mystery Men (2011 Marvel) 3

    Written by DAVID LISS Pencils & Cover by PATRICK ZIRCHER INTRODUCING MARVEL'S ALL-NEW, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN HEROES OF THE '30s! On the hunt to solve the brutal murder of a Broadway starlet, The Operative, The Revenant and The Aviatrix smash their way from the gleaming penthouses of privilege to the squalid alleyways of Manhattan, as the full horror of their enemies' schemes unfolds! Plus: experience the power of the mighty Achilles and the bizarre tactics of the syringe-wielding Surgeon! Award-winning historical thriller novelist David Liss (Black Panther: The Man Without Fear) and acclaimed artist Patrick Zircher (Spider-Man Noir) weave an edge-of-your-seat and in-continuity adventure intertwined with America's most scandalous crimes! Before the Invaders...before the Twelve...who were the Mystery Men? 32 PGS./Rated T+ Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Mystery Men Comics (1939) 3

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    Cover by Lou Fine. Stories by Will Eisner, Norman Lee, Fred Schwab, and Clyde H. Kleinert. Art by Walter Frame, Dick Briefer, Norman Lee, Munson Paddock, George Tuska, Klaus Nordling, Fred Schwab, Arthur Peddy, Charles Nicholas, Art Franklin, Bob Powell, and John Lindermayer. An anthology of Golden Age adventure comics from Fox Feature, including the original Blue Beetle. Rex Dexter brings a giant monster back from a strange planet to the city, where it goes crazy Kong-style, in a deliciously strange Dick Briefer story; The Blue Beetle adds an eye-mask to his costume, in a story by comics legend Will Eisner; The true-crime Famous Detectives strip recounts how King Solomon captured a bandit. The Rule of J. J. Fakin; The Cone-Shaped Planet; Billy Bounce; The Railroad Robbery; Death Rides with the Jewel of Timboor; The Transatlantic Gamblers; The Case of the Missing Molars; The Man with the Paraffin Beard; Villains of the Vulture Head Saloon; The Loan Shark Racket; The Killings of Seurat Khan; The Mystery Sub; Elephant Attack; Sanchoo the Smuggler; Famous Detectives. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Men of Mystery Spotlight Special TPB (2001- ) 3-1ST

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    Golden Age Greats - Volume 3 - 1st printing. "Fox Features: The First Wave!" One of the first publishers from comics' Golden Age to extensively use superheroes was Fox Features, and this overview reprints a selection of their best, including Green Mask, The Flame, Samson, The Lynx, The Eagle, The Black Rider, Stardust, Nightbird, and The Dart. Though none of the Fox heroes achieved breakthrough status into the mainstream of pop culture, their competitors saw the formula for their own future success in the Fox publications. Victor Fox's colorful superhero anthologies Science, Weird, Mystery Men, Wonderworld, and the rest were highly influential on other publishers and the comic book market in general. Fox was an early outlet for future creative giants including Bob Kane, Will Eisner, Joe Simon, Jack Kirby and countless others. This volume focuses on their superhero output of 1939 through 1942. Softcover (Stapled, NOT Squarebound), 120 pages, B&W. Cover price $24.95.