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ATLAS/ MARVEL Comics - In Stock & FOR SALE -



ADVENTURE INTO MYSTERY (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1957);
#4(10/1956; Burgos-c;
Roussos, Heck, Winiarski, Chuck Miller, Bob Powell-a; 4 pages Al WILLIAMSON-a; G = $26);

#7 (5/1957; Bill Everett-c;  Invisible Doom = Gene Colan-a;  The Watcher = Marvin Stein-a; Missing Film text-s = John Severin-a; One Hour Till Doomsday = Robert Q. Sale-a; Beware the Brimm  = Angelo Torres-a;  Mission .. Murder = Howard O'Donnell=a; Trapped in the Room of Darkness = Syd Shores-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $59.00); 



ADVENTURES INTO TERROR -

#6 (10/1951; PRE-CODE; Return of the Brain = Russ Heath-a;  Vehicle of the Dead = text story;  You Can't Escape = Vampire-s;  The Dark Room = Black Magic-s;  Girl Who Couldn't Die = Paul Reinman-a; Canadian VARIANT Edition; VG, 4.0 = $74.00);

#27 (1/1954; PRE-CODE; Gene Colan-c; Man Who Ran Away = Time Machine-s with Al Luster-a;  Lost World = text story; The Screaming Man; Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble = Chuck Winter-a = Witches Cauldron-c/s;. Pep Talk = Paul Reinman-a; FN+, 6.5 = $129.00)

#44 (February/1951);


Adventures of HOMER the HAPPY GHOST Volume-1 #1(6/1957);


THE ADVENTURES OF PINKY LEE - #4


ALL SURPRISE COMICS (Fall 1943) - #6,11;


ALL-TRUE CRIME (1951) - #32,35(Pre-Code; 9/1949; Photo-c; G/VG = $22);40; #47(11/1951; Pre-Code; VG, 4.0 = $36.00); 


ALL-TRUE CRIME (1951) - #29(4th issue; Pre-Code; Canadian Variant Edition; Bell features Pub; G/VG, Centerfold Missing = $7);


ALL WESTERN WINNERS (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's); - #4(Canadian);


AMAZING ADVENTURES (Atlas/Marvel; 1961; #7-14 = becomes Amazing adult Fantasy) -

#1(6/1961; KIRBY/Ayers-c; TORR-c/s; 13 pages KIRBY/Ayers-a; Steve Ditko-a; FIRST appearance and Origin of DOCTOR DROOM = the FIRST Marvel-Age Superhero = 5 pages JACK KIRBY art; appears G/VG, but with, 4" x 3/4" piece off bottom edge of BACK cover, Magic tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G, 1.5 = $125.00);

#2(7/1961; Second appearance of DOCTOR DROOM = 5 pages KIRBY-a; MANOO-c/s = Jack KIRBY cover & 13 pages-a; 5 pages of DITKO-a; FAIR+, 1.2 = $44.00);

#3(8/1961; Third appearance of DOCTOR DROOM = meets ZEMU, 5 page-s; DINOSAUR-c/s; KIRBY-c and 18 pages art; 5 pages DITKO-a; overall G/VG, but approx 1/8" TRIMMED at Right edge of Book, thus call it FA/G, 1.5 = $39.00);

#4(9/1961; "I am X" Robot-c/s = KIRBY cover & 13 page-s; 5 pages DITKO-a; Maneely-a; Fourth appearance of DOCTOR DROOM = 5 pages KIRBY-a; Overall appears G/VG, but with; Pen writing on Titles on Cover, Magic tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G, 1.5 = $44.00);


AMAZING ADULT FANTASY (Atlas/Marvel) -

#14 (7/1962; Prototype for Professor X story; Steve Ditko cover;  Beware of the Giants-c/s;  Man in the Sky; What Happened in the Wax Museum?;  Footsteps at Midnight; Ozarr, the Mighty; Stan Lee stories; all Steve Ditko art stories; Magic Tape repairs inside spine to Cover, FA/G = $46.00);

AMAZING ADULT FANTASY (Atlas/Marvel) - #14;


APACHE KID (Atlas Marvel; 1950-1956; Indian / Western stories; USA Editions) –

#2(2/1951; Werner Roth-c/a; Jay Scott Pike-a; G = $22.00)

#8(9/1951; Werner Roth-c/a;  Joe Sinnott-a; Pre-Code; War Dance & Men in Bondage at Stake-c; G/VG = $20.00);

#9(11/1951; Pre-Code; Werner Roth-c/a;  Al Bellman-a; overall VG, but Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to cover, TITLE OFF, Top 25% of Cover is Missing, thus FAIR+ = $10.00); 

#11(12/1954; Pre-Code; Russ Heath-c; Maneely-a; G/VG = $18.00); 

#13(4/1955; Russ Heath-c; Werner Roth, Joe KUBERT, Andru & Esposito-a; G/VG = $18.00);

#15(8/1955; Maneely-c; Werner Roth, Mac Pakula-a; G = $14)




APACHE KID (1951; Superior Canadian VARIANT Edition) - #5(Pre-Code; VG/FN, 5.0 = $42.00);

#5(11/1951; Maneely-c; 3xMorisi-a; Overall G+, but with; 1-1/2" x 3/4" Writing on cover, 2-3/4" x 2-1/2" coupon out of BACK cover, thus FA/G $9);

#6;


ARIZONA KID (1951) - #3 (7/1951; Pre-Code; Heath cover & art in 2 stories; VG, 4.0 = $33.00); 



ARROWHEAD - Fighting Indian Warrior (1954) - #1(4/1954; Sinnott-c/a; FA/G=$17); #2,#4;


ASTONISHING (Atlas/Marvel; 1951-1957) -

#7(12/1951; Pre-Code; 5th issue in series; MANEELY-c; 2 x MANEELY-a; Lazarus, John Romita-a; Nightmare-c/s; FA/G $35);

#9 (detached cover)

#13 (5/1952; PRE-CODE; GHOULS & Skeleton-c/s; Skeleton-c; Bill Everett-c; Sekowsky, Bernie Krigstein, Massey, Carrabotta, Ogden Whitney-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $72.00);

#35;

#48(4/1956; Benulis, EVERETT, Forte, Bob Powell-a; Pirates-s; FA/G =-$22.00);

#61 (5/1957; Bill Everett-c; Midnight in the Wax Museum; Mystery in Mid-Air = John Forte-a;  Treasure Seekers = text story, Mort Drucker-a;  The Frightful Film = Gray Morrow-a; . The Floating Man = Joe Orlando-a;  Too Late Show = Ed Winiarski-a; The Creeping Threat = John Romita-a; VG/FN, 5.0 = $69.00);

#63;


BATTLE (1951-1960) -

#3, 8-10, 11(title cut off),12, #13,#14(Pre-Code; VG/FN, 5.0 = $60.00);  14;15; 18, 20

#21(Krigstein-a; G/VG $36; Another copy = ask);

#22(9/1953; Maneely-c; Mortellaro-a; Gil Evans-a; Al Carreno-a; Overall G, but Top 40% of BACK cover is missing thus FA = $7; another copy available = ask);

#23,25

#27(FA/G = $18; Another copy = ask); ,

#31(7/1954; Korean "Goonie Commies"; Kamikaze with "Japs"; Sinnott, Maneely & Heath art; G/VG $16; another copy available = ask);

#34(FA $7);#35(coverless), 37-39,42, 43,47-49, 51,60,61;

#65(8/1959; Jack KIRBY-c; 2 x KIRBY-a; 2 x Bataan-s; 2 x Sinnott-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $47.00);



BATTLE ACTION (ATLAS/Marvel; 1952-1957)

 #2 (4/1952; Pre-Code; Carl Burgos-c; Tuska, Reinman, Roth & Steinberg-a;  Good, 2.0 = $25.00);

#4 (1952; Title cut off of Cover = ASK); 7;

#13 (10/1954; Pre-Code; Harry Anderson-c; Paul Hodge, Al Gordon/Joe Kubert, Al Eadeh & John Forte-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

#18 (8/1955; Russ Heath-c/a; Dick Ayers/Bache, Mort Lawrence, Forgione/Abel-a; overall VG/FN but with Spine Roll thus G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

#18 (8/1955; Russ Heath-c/a; Dick Ayers/Bache, Mort Lawrence, Forgione/Abel-a);

#19 (10/1955; Joe Maneely-c; Gene Colan, Sinnott, Jack Katz, Forgione/Abel-a; Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to cover, 1” x 1-1/2” Piece Missing at right edge of Cover, thus FAIR+, Reading Copy = $13.00);

#21;

#22 (4/1956; Joe Maneely-c; Gene Colan, Chuck Miller, Orlando, Pakula & John Romita-a; Creasing to Cover, Good, 2.0 = $18.00; another copy available = ask);

#25 (10/1956; Bill Everett-c; Gene Colan, Don Heck, Forgione/Abel, Joe Maneely & John Romita-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);


BATTLE BRADY (1-6/1953) - #10(1/1953; FIRST issue);


BATTLE CRY (1952) - #2(title cut off);


BATTLEFIELD (War Adventures on the...; 1952-1953) -

#1(Pakula, Reinman-a); #3, 4; #10( Il Duce the Leader; Coverless);


BATTLE FRONT (1952-1957) -

#3(title cut off), 5, 6(Combat Kelly app), 7, 8, 10, 10(coverless);

25, 29, 31(VG/FN = $27);

#36, #37(11/1955; VG/FN = $36.00);

#39(VG, 4.0 = $36.00); 

#40,43, 45-48;

#41(FN = $55.00; Another copy = ask);

BATTLE GROUND (1954-1957) -

#4(Last Pre-Code; Heath-c; Severin-a; VG+, 4.5 = $38.00); 

#6,

#12(7/1956; VG/FN = $33.00); #16, 18, #

19(8/1957; Maneely-c; Colan-a; Keller-a; Civil War-s = Severin-a; G = $13)



BLACK KNIGHT (Atlas/Marvel Comics Pub; 1955-1956; Thrills from King Arthur & His Knights of the Round Table; all are SCARCE);

#2 (7/1955; classic Joe Maneely-c/a; Stan Lee-s; First appearance of Saladin, De Montfort & Richard the Lion-Hearted-c/s; 1st appearance of Leif the Lucky; ORIGIN of King Arthur & Guinevere in 2 page Text-s; Second appearance of Modred, Morgan Le Fey & Hawkes; Origin of El Alemain aka the CRUSADER Part-2 of 2-Part story;  FAIR, low grade reading copy = $59.00);

#3 (9/1955; classic Joe Maneely-c/a; Stan Lee-s; King Arthur, Sir Galahad, Lady Rosamund, Merlin, Modred & Hawkes appear; First appearance of Sir Guy of Gascombe, Sir D'Arcy & Simon the Strong; El Alemain aka the CRUSADER story with King Richard & Sir Guy De Montfort; Good, 2.0 = $65.00);

#3 (9/1955; classic Joe Maneely-c/a; Stan Lee-s; King Arthur, Sir Galahad, Lady Rosamund, Merlin, Modred & Hawkes appear; First appearance of Sir Guy of Gascombe, Sir D'Arcy & Simon the Strong; El Alemain aka the CRUSADER story with King Richard & Sir Guy De Montfort; FAIR, low grade reading copy = $42.00);

#4 (11/1955; classic Joe Maneely-c/a; Stan Lee-s; Sir Guy Wanderell, King Arthur, Lady Rosamund, Tibbet, & Modred appear; First appearance of De Montfort & Kevin MacCaul; El Alemain aka the Crusader story with; King Richard, Quincy, Fortuno, Sir Guy De Montfort, Saladin & Sir Quincy; FA/G = $55.00);




BLACK RIDER (USA Editions)

#10, #20(Classic cover; Two-Gun Kid app;  G, 2.0 = $22.00); 

#22, #23(Two-Gun Kid app;  G/VG, 3.0 = $27.00); 



BLACK RIDER (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's);

#10(Can Ed.),


BLAZE CARSON Outlaw Buster / the Fighting Sherriff (1948-1949; Titles later changes to Rex Hart #6 up)

#2(11/1948; USA edition; 2nd app Blaze Carson; 3 x Blaze Carson-s; Tex Morgan-s; Syd Shores-c; VG/FN = $54);

#2(1/1949; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; Same as US Edition, except different AD's; 2nd app Blaze Carson; 3 x Blaze Carson-s; Tex Morgan-s; Syd Shores-c; G/VG = $18);

#3;

#4(3/1949; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; Same as US Edition, except different AD's; 3 x Blaze Carson-s; Two-Gun Kid backup-s; overall VF, but with 1" of Magic Tape at top of spine, thus FN+ = $44);

#4(3/1949; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; Same as US Edition, except different AD's; 3 x Blaze Carson-s; Two-Gun Kid backup-s; overall VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus G = $14);

#5(1949; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; Same as US Edition, except different AD's; 2 x Blaze Carson-s; Tex Taylor-s; minor 1/2" piece of Magic Tape at top of spine, VG/FN = $33);


BLAZE the WONDER COLLIE ( Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Edition; published by Superior)

 #1 (1949; Pre-Code; PHOTO-c; Diablo Grizzly Bear-s; Canadian Variant of the US #2 = First issue; PHOTO-c; FA/G = $28.00);

 

CASEY CRIME PHOTOGRAPHER (1949) (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features);

#1 (1949; Pre-Code; PHOTO-c with insert Painted GGA cover; From the Files of the CBS RADIO Thriller; Canadian VARIANT; FA/G= $28.00);


CAUGHT (Atlas/ Marvel Pub; 1956-1957);
#2(10/1956; Severin-c; Drucker-a; Sinnott-a; Carrabotta-a; FAIR $11);



COMBAT (ATLAS/Marvel; 1952-1953);

#3 (8/1952; Pre-Code; Joe Maneely-c; Russ Heath, John Romita, Gil Evans, Steinberg-a; FA/G, 1.5 = $15.00);


COMBAT CASEY (1953-1957) -

#10,16,18;#21,23-25,27,28, 30, 34;



COMBAT KELLY (1951-1957) -

#5(Pre-Code; Maneely-c; Korea; VG, 4.0 = $38.00);

#12, 17;19,

#22(3x Davy Berg-a; VG minus = $17);

#22; #23,26-28, 32-35, 37-41,

#42(4/1957; VG/FN = $33.00; another copy = ask);

#43, 44(8/1957; LAST issue)


COMEDY COMICS (1943) - #31(Super-Rabbit-c/s); #32;



COWBOY ACTION

#5 (3/1955; Maneely-c/a; Prairie Kid-c/s; Growler Joe; Tex Waco; 1st Lt Ted Rockwell; overall VG appearance, but 2" magic tape repairs inside spine to cover, small piece off cover at bottom of spine, mostly on back-c; 1/4" piece chipped off bottom right cover; Thus "G"; still decent example = $17);

#6, 9(11/1955; Maneely-c);


COWBOY 'VENTURES - #35 (Canadian Ed.)


CRIME CAN'T WIN - #5;


CRIME CASES (1951) -

#25(2nd issue); #27(4th issue);



CRIMEFIGHTERS - #2 (6/1948; Pre-Code; Woman in bondage cover; FA/G $14); #7;

 

Devil-Dog Dugan (Atlas Marvel Pub); - #3(11/1956; Joe Sinnott cover & Art; Syd Shores art; Creasing & Wear to covers, thus GOOD, complete reading copy = $14.00);


FAMED COMICS (Bell Features Pub; RARE Canadian Color Vintage Variant Edition; This Hybrid TITLE does NOT exist for USA editions; Circa early 1951; Pre-Code; Atlas/Marvel reprints);

 #10 (Circa 1951; Pre-Code; Reprints 4 stories from Spy Cases #28; Sabatoge = with Doug Grant Secret Agent;  The Secret of Drokat Island! The Grey Shark = OSS & FBI True Story; The Odd Man= Red Spy & Korea War; Creasing, Writing & Soiling to covers, complete reading copy, FA/G = $15.00);



FRANKIE FUDDLE - #16(August 1946);


FRONTIER WESTERN (1956-1957) -

#3(6/1956), 4, 9;

#8(Crandall, Morrow, Wildey-a; Severin-c; FN/VF, 7.0 = $55.00; Another Copy = Ask)


GEORGIE Comics - (1945-1952; Georgie Lawson & His Friends; Teenage)
#10(4/1947; Millie the Model-s; Margie-s; 1pg Hey Look by Kurtzman; G/VG=$27);

#16(5/1948; Margie-s; Magic Carpet-s; Frankie-s; VG=$27)

#16(1948; Canadian VARIANT Edition; Bell Features Pub; Margie-s; Magic Carpet-s; Frankie-s; FA/G, but 10% of first page Missing, thus FA = $7);
#37(6/1952; Hy Rosen-c; by Stan Lee; Happy, Ozzie, Smiley & Dolly app; Judy-s; G=$14);

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G.I. TALES - #5(April 1957);#6(July/ 1957; FAIR, 7% Cover missing at lower left corner; another copy available = ask);


GIRL CONFESSIONS (Atlas/Marvel) - #24(3/1953; Pre-Code; Jerry Robonson-a; Skiing-c; Lingerie Panels; overall G/VG, but Piece Out of Border of Splash page & Bottom Edge of Back cover, thus FA/G = $11.00);

#27;

 #30(1/1954; Pre-Code; Jerry Robinson-a; Pike-a; Store Stamp on cover, overall Good+, but centerfold missing, only Ad pages & Text story affected, all 4 comics stories complete = $7);



the GUNHAWK {Red Larabee, the...} (11/1950-12/1951; all PRE-CODE; Atlas/Marvel Pub); = Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's;

#12 (circa 11/1950; FIRST issue; Maneely-a? Gunhawk in Comanche Revenge; Gunhawk in Devil Horse; the Debt; Gunhawk in the Gal who Hated the West; VG/FN = $36);

#13(1951; Pre-Code;  2nd issue; Canadian VARIANT; Maneely-c/s; Gunhawk in Useless Guns; Gunhawk in Vengeance of Howling Wolf; Lawman who wore NO guns; the Nab who Murdered Gunhawk; FN, 6.0 = $42.00);

#15(1951; Pre-Code; 4th issue; Canadian VARIANT; Maneely-c/s; Gunhawk in the Train that Never Arrived; Gunhawk in Revolt in Cartridge City; Cash Cevlin the Man who faced the Ghost of Murder; Gunhawk in Escape from Torture; VG/FN, 5.0 = $36.00);

 

the GUNHAWK {Red Larabee, the...} (11/1950-12/1951; PRE-CODE; Atlas/Marvel Pub) = USA Printings;

 #16(5th issue; 8/1951; Pre-Code; Maneely-c/s; Gunhawk in Riot at the Rodeo; Gunhawk in Terror Trail; Billy's One Shot; Gunhawk in Guns that Built a Schoolhouse; Good+, 2.5 = $22.00);


GUNSMOKE WESTERN (1955-1963) -

#40-42;

#43(Torres-a; VG/FN=$24; G=$10; FA/G=$8; PR/FA=$5);

#46, #47(7/1958; Maneely-c; Wyatt Earp-s = Ayers-a; Forte-a; BLACK RIDER-s = 4 pages JACK KIRBY-a; Kid Colt = Keller-a; appears G/VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus Good minus = $14.00)

#47(KIRBY-a; Maneely-c; overall VF, but tiny piece chipped off bottom left cover, thus FN+, 6.5 = $49.00);

#48;

#49(FN+, 6.5 = $42.00);

#52(5/1959; Wyatt Earp-c/s & Kid Colt-c/s; Kid form Texas-s; Boise Kid-s; Jack DAVIS-a; Keller, Ayers, Sinnott-a; KIRBY-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00)

#53(G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00); 

#54(JACK DAVIS-a; FN, 6.0 = $39.00); 

#55(11/1959; Maneely-c; Wyatt Earp-c/s & Kid Colt-c/s; Gunsmoke Kid-s; Ayers-a; Keller-a; Jack DAVIS-a; Matt BAKER-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00); 

#56(1/1960; Wyatt Earp-c/s & Kid Colt-c/s; Matt BAKER, Ayers, Keller, Wildey-a; KIRBY/DITKO-c; G/VG=$24)

#56(1/1960; Wyatt Earp-c/s & Kid Colt-c/s; Matt BAKER, Ayers, Keller, Wildey-a; KIRBY/DITKO-c; G/VG=$18; PR/FA=$5);

#61;62;

#65(KIRBY-c/a; VG, 4.0 = $18.00); 

#68(1/1962; Kid Colt-c/s; KIRBY-c; Keller, Heck, Reinman, Ayers-a; Scarce Variant; Blacked Out 10 cents on cover & factory printed 12 cents on cover; FAIR, with 3 pages Missing $3);

#71(KIRBY-c/a; G/VG, 3.0 = $14.00); 

#72;

#73(11/1962; Kid Colt-c/s; KIRBY-c/a; Keller-a; Red Beard's Raiders-c/s; Reinman-a; Heck-a; G/VG=$10; FA/G=$6);

#75(3/1963; Kid Colt-c/s; KIRBY-c; Ayers, Reinman, Brodsky, Keller-a; Deputy & Desperado-s; Sycamore kid-s;Hunter-s; VG with 1-1/2" piece off lower right cover thus G = $6)




HEDY DE VINE (1948) - #31(2/1949; 4xHedy-s; 1xLana-s; Paper Loss at spine to cover with Magic Tape repairs thus FAIR; Centerfold Missing, but 5 out of 6 stories are complete; Reading copy = $6);



HEDY WOLFE - #1(August, 1957; CFO; condition = Fair)


HOMER, THE HAPPY GHOST (Volume-1; 1955-1958; Dan DeCarlo-a in all) - #4, 8,9,#10(Stan Lee-s; VG, 4.0 = $39.00);  #11,12, 14, 15;


JANN OF THE JUNGLE AND OTHER JUNGLE TALES (Atlas/Marvel) - #11;14;


JEANNE - 1947 (Coverless; ? number); #16 (VG; CFO);


JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY (Atlas/Marvel; 1952-1966) -

#42(1/1956; Good = $39.00);

#62 (11/1960; Here Comes the HULK-c/s = HULK Prototype story = 13 pages JACK KIRBY art; FIRST appearance of XEMU (TITAN) called the HULK-c/s;  JACK KIRBY cover; I Can’t Escape the Creeping Tings = 5 page DITKO art; Don Heck-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $115.00);

#73(10/1961; The SPIDER Strikes-c/s = Spider gets exposed to Radiation & gets the Powers of a Human & shoots Webbing = Reverse PROTOTYPE of the Origin of SPIDER-MAN = JACK KIRBY Cover and 7 page story; UFO/Flying Saucer-s = 6 pages KIRBY-a; Don Heck-a; MEDUSA-s = 5 Page minor Prototype for Medusa a Member of the INHUMANS; G/VG, 3.0 = $75.00);

#73(10/1961; The SPIDER Strikes-c/s = Spider gets exposed to Radiation & gets the Powers of a Human & shoots Webbing = Reverse PROTOTYPE of the Origin of SPIDER-MAN = JACK KIRBY Cover and 7 page story; UFO/Flying Saucer-s = 6 pages KIRBY-a; Don Heck-a; MEDUSA-s = 5 Page minor Prototype for Medusa a Member of the INHUMANS; overall FA/G, but Centerfold pages are Missing, Color Photocopy replacement pages included = $25.00);

#79(4/1963; Midnight Monster-c/s = MISTER HYDE PROTOYTYPE-c/s = Jack KIRBY cover & 7 pages art; Man who Played Dead = Don Heck-a; Wing of the Butterfly = Sinnott-a; the Speed Demon = 5 pages DITKO-a; FA/G, 1.5 = $28.00);


JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS (Atlas/Marvel; 1950-1957) -
#11;

#12(8/1952; Ghoul waking in Coffin-c; Pre Code; Bernie KRIGSTEIN-a; Elkin, Baer-a; Explosion knocking over Skyscraper Building splash panel; Decapitated Head panel; G = $49);
#20(7/1953; Pre Code; Race that Vanished-c/s; Gene Colan, Gil Evans, Perlin-a; Decapitated Head panel;Son of Rasputin-s; Burned to Death panel; Overall VG, but missing Bottom 20% of BACK cover, thus FA/G $39)
#21;#28(Pre Code; 6/1954; Walking Corpse-c/s; Tumlington, Moskowitz-a; Communist Brain Wash-s; Vampire's Master-s; G $33)
#34(4/1955; Man who Vanished-c/s; Benulis & Abel, Reinman, Joe KUBERT, Angelo TORRES-a; Santa Claus-s; Dreams-s; G/VG $36; another ask);

#37-39;

#40(12/1955; Who Dwells in the Mountain-c/s; Ayers, Carrabotta, Forte-a; G/VG $32; another ask);

#44(4/1956; Dinosaurs-s; Orlando, Forgione, Forte, Wildey-a; VG $42; another copy available = ask);

#46

#54(2/1957; Pharaoh's tomb-c/s; Everett-c; Powell, Torres, Doxsee-a; Good+ = $29);


JUNGLE ACTION - (1954-1955) #2(December1954), 3,4;


JUNGLE TALES (Atlas/Marvel) - #2;7;


JUNIOR MISS - (Timely/Atlas/Marvel; 1944-1950; COMICS & illustrated Text-s); -- #38;


JUSTICE comics (1947-1955) - ##9(#3; 1948; Pre-Code;  BELL FEATURES Canadian VARIANT; Good+, 2.5 = $29.00);   15,17,24,25,26,30; 44(pgs out), 49; 50 (Ayers art);


KATHY - (.. the Teen-Age Tornado; Atlas / Marvel Pub; 1959-1964; Stan Lee stories & Stan Goldberg-c/a in all; Most contain Paper Dolls, many in Lingerie, Pinup Pages, Pages to Color etc; Fashions by Readers) -

#18; 21;

#24(8/1963;Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant, Ed Sullivan & Liz Taylor-c; 4 pages Missing; 2 of 3 stories are Complete; rest is G = $3);

#26;

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KELLYS – The Most Popular Mag for a Guy and his DRAG  #25(6/1950; Pre-Code; LAST issue; Wrestling-c; Good+, 2.5 = $18.00);  


KENT BLAKE OF THE SECRET SERVICE -

#3

#7(HEATH-c; 5/1952;FA/G, centerfold missing, photocopy replacement pages included; reading copy $5);

#8,9,12;



Kid Colt Outlaw (Atlas/Marvel; 1948-1979);

#11(10/1950; Scarce Canadian Variant Edition, published by Bell Features; Maneely-c?; "How Kid Colt became an Outlaw" = ORIGIN-s, Pete Tumlinson-a; "Captured by Comanches" = Woman in Bondage panels; Front cover = VF; Back cover = VG/FN; 1/2" pieces chipped off corners of several interior pages = common Factory flaw caused by cutting with a Dull Blade; Call it overall a nice looking FINE = $90.00; another available = ask);

#29;

#34 (coverless);

#38(6/1954; Black Rider-s; Keller-a; FA/G = $14);

#40(8/1954; Black Rider-s; Keller-a; Maneely-c; G=$17);

#42(11/1954; Black Rider-s; Keller-a; Maneely-c; VG=$33);

#44(FN $48);

#45(Black Rider; VG/FN=$39; G/VG=$24; FA+=$11);

#46(3/1955; HEATH-c; Keller-a; VG $30)

#50

#58(G/VG = $16);

#68(1/1957; Keller-a; Maneely-c/a; FN/VF = $59);

#69, #73; #75;

#76(FA=$4);

#79

#80(VG/FN $18; another available = ask);

#81

#82(1/1959; Kid Colt meets JESSE JAMES-c/s; Topeka Kid-s; Outlaw Kid-s; Wildey-a; Keller-a; VG/FN=$18;another available = ask)

#83;

#84(5/1959; Severin-c; 3 x Keller-a; Return of Johnny Ringo-s; Sam Hawk Manhunter-s; FA/G = $6; another available = ask)

#86(9/1959; Black Rider-s = KIRBY / Everett-a; vs El Lopo-c/s; Severin-c?; Keller-a; vs Moose Morgan-s; )

#87(11/1959; KIRBY-c; Gunsmoke kid-s = Jack DAVIS-a; 3 x Keller-a; G/VG=$12; G=$9; another available = ask)

#90,91, #92(9/1960; KIRBY-c; vs Durango Gang-c/s; Blaze Wilson in Largo-s; 3 x Keller-a; G = $9; another copy available = ask);

#93;#94(11/1960; KIRBY-c; vs Bounty Hunter-c/s; 3 x Keller/Ayers-a; FA/G=$6; another available = ask)

#95;97;#97 (KIRBY-c; Hand Written  number “97” Printed by Publisher on cover; VG, 4.0 = $26.00); 

#101; #102(1/1962; KIRBY-c; vs Ghost of Silver City-c/s; FA/G = $10.00);

#103(3/1962; First 12 cent cover; KIRBY-c; Great Train Robbery-c/s; vs Zack Krull-s; vs Bulldog Yates-s; Heck-a; 3 x Keller-a; FA, reading copy = $5.00);

#105; 106;#106(9/1962; KIRBY-c; Circus of Crime-c/s; BLACK MASK-s = Ayers-a; 18 pages of Keller-a; G, 2.0 = $12.00)

#107(11/1962; Giant MONSTER of Midnight Valley-c/s; Only Sci-Fi cover in title; Jack KIRBY-c; Ayers-a; 18 pages of Keller-a; Creasing to Covers, FA/G = $10);

#109;110;

#111 UP = See MARVEL Listings;



KID FROM TEXAS(6-81957) #2(LAST issue; all Joe Sinnott-c/a; GVG $14); #2(LAST issue; all Joe Sinnott-c/a; VG+, 4.5 = $26.00);



KID SLADE GUNFIGHTER(1-7/1957) -- #6(2nd issue; Severin-c; VG, 4.0 = $26.00);   #8(Severin-c);


KRAZY KOMICS - #18,19;


LIFE WITH MILLIE - (starring Millie the Model; Teenage Humor; Paper-Dolls in most issues; formerly a Date with Millie; 1960-1962; #21up= becomes Modeling with Millie);

#9(2nd issue; 2/1961; FA/G, 3 pages missing = $3.00);

#12(3 Paper Doll Pages; 5% of one page out, FA/G $5);



LI'L WILLIE - #21;


LINDA CARTER, STUDENT NURSE - #3 (pages missing);



LITTLE LANA (Cartoon Humor with Children) - #8(11/1949);



LORNA, the JUNGLE QUEEN (1953)

#3; #13(5/1955;  VG, 4.5 = $49.00);

#15(9/1955;  Maneely-c; Shores-a; VG/FN, 4.0 = $55.00);

25,26 (pages out; Everett cover; Shores art)


LOVE ADVENTURES - #10(4/1952; Pre-Code;  Good, 2.0 = $17.00); 


LOVE ROMANCES - #10,17,18; #46(1/1955; PRE-CODE; Vince Colletta-c/a;  Stan Lee editor; POPULAR GIRL-c/s;  Jay Scott Pike and John Tartaglione-a; Wrinkles from Moisture Damage, Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to cover, Good, 2.0 = $17.00);



LOVERS - #24(Photo-c); #28(5/1950; Photo-c);

#55(11/1953; Pre-Code; nice Groom carries Bride over Threshold-c by Al Hartley; Pike-a; FA/G $9);
#65(1/1955; Last Pre-Code; Falling in Love = 5 pages of Matt Baker art; Carnival-c/s; Vince Colletta-c/a; Al Hartley, Jay Scott Pike-a; Appears VG, but 1/4" x 1-1/2 paper loss on BACK cover at spine, Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G = $12.00)


LOVE ROMANCES

#9 (4th issue; Swimsuits PHOTO cover; Pre-Code;  Spine Roll, VG-, 3.5 = $29.00); 

#36(Pre-Code;  KRIGSTEIN-a; VG+, 4.5 = $35.00);  

#47(2/1955; LAST Pre-Code; Colletta-c/a; Lingerie panel; overall G/VG, but 4-1/4" x 1-3/4" Coupon out of BACK cover, thus FA/G = $15.00);

#54(overall G/VG, but 1-1/4" x 1-1/2" piece out of front cover at lower right corner, thus FA/G = $7.00);

#70(FA/G = $7.00);



LOVE TALES - #40(Canadian Edition); 46,49; #64 (G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00);   #74 (G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00);  


LOVERS- #35(FA/G $14); #63((VG, 4.0 = $29.00);  


MAN comics (1949-1953; #12 up = All WAR stories issues) -

#4

#10(Korean WAR-c/s; Devil's Island-s; Crime stories; Maneely-c);

#12-14, #16(7/1952; Maneely-c; Communist Reds / Korea stories; Heath-a; G/VG $16); #17, 18, #21(12/1952; Pre-Code; VG/FN = $32.00);


MARINES AT WAR (4-8/1957) - #5-7


MARINES IN ACTION (1955-1957); - #3 (Pre-Code;Maneely-c;  G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);   #6,10,11,13;


MARINES IN BATTLE (1958-1958) - #3(PR/FA $5); #3, 7,12,13,15,18, 19, 21, 24, 25(9/1958; LAST issue; Reinman, Colan, Torres-a; VG+ $26; another copy available = ask)


MARVEL TALES (Atlas/Marvel) -

#141 (12/1955; Iron Brain-c/s; Dick Ayers-a;  G/VG = $59.00); 

#150(Good+, 2.5 = $42.00);

#154 (1/1957; Mystery of Black Box-c/s; Something In the Sea! =  Paul Reinman-a; I Live In Fear = Bob Powell-a; The Hidden Man = Dave Berg-a; Stranger's Suitcase = Bill Walton-a; Marvel chipping at right edge of cover, VG minus = $58.00)

#156(FA/G $29);



MARVIN MOUSE #1(9/1957; One-Shot; Stan Lee-s; Bill Everett-c/a; Maneely-a; Good-, 1.8 = $18.00); 



MATT SLADE, GUNFIGHTER - #2,# 3(9/1956; Maneely-a; Maneely-c?; Roth-a; Severin-a; Ayers-a; VG $24);


MELVIN THE MONSTER - (1956-1957); -

#1(July 1956; Stan Lee-s; Maneely-c/a; G, 2.0 = $22.00);  

#3(Stan Lee-s; Maneely-c/a; G/VG, 3.0 = $20.00);   #3 (CFO; G/VG);

#5(Stan Lee-s; Maneely-c/a; G, 2.0 = $16.00);  

#6(G, 2.0 = $16.00); 




MENACE - #8 (condition = Fair; 10% pages out)

MEN IN ACTION (4-12/1952; PRE-CODE WAR stories); - #1(4/1952; Davy Berg & Reinman-a; VG=$55);

#1(4/1952; Davy Berg & Reinman-a;G/VG=$42; FA/G=$28); #2, 8;



MEN'S ADVENTURES - #14;15;

MILLIE THE MODEL - #8(Coverless, rest is VG, 4.0 = $21.00);

#95 (3/1960; G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00);


MISS AMERICA -

Volume 6 #3 (July/ 1947; photo cover of Esther Williams, swimmer; pen on cover)

Volume-7 #6(Photo-c), 14(Photo-c);

#29; #33,#48(Mis-Labeled as "Vol.7" Inside; 11/1952);

52,60,61, 67,68, 79, 86,


MITZI - ? Number (Coverless);


MONKEY and the BEAR - #1(9/1953; Pre-Code; Howie Post-a; VG+, 4.5 = $32.00); 

#3



MY FRIEND IRMA - #7 (Canadian Edition; centerfold out;) #35;


MY LOVE - #3(1/1950; PHOTO-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00); #2;


MY OWN ROMANCE(1949-1960); - #6, #7(7/1949; PHOTO-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);  #8(8/1949; PHOTO-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

10,11, #20(G/VG, 3.0 = $20.00); 23, 37, 39, #41(G/VG, 3.0 = $19.00); 54; #66(G, 2.0 = $7.00);



MYSTERY TALES - #50(Good = $45.00; Another copy = ask)


MYSTIC (Atlas/Marvel; 3rd Series; 1951-1957);
#11 (8/1952; Pre Code; Death & Tommy Norton = Stan Lee story & John Romita art; Robot story; Werner Roth, Carl Wessler/Myron Fass, Ben Brown/David Gantz-a; Sol Brodsky cover?; G/VG = $69.00)
#36 (3/1955; Last PRE-CODE; Jupiter & Venus Invading Aliens-s = Howie Post-a?; Marie Antoinette-s with Guillotine panel = Jay Scott Pike-a; Vince Colletta-a; Flying Saucer & Martian in Olympics-s = Bob Brown-a?; Carl Burgos-c?; G/VG, 3.0 = $62.00);

#41(11/1955; Dick Ayers-a; McCarty-a?; Atom Bomb panels = Vic Carrabotta-a; Mort Lawrence-a; Atlantis-s = Robert Q. Sale-a; Labyrinth Maze-c = Carl Burgos-c?; FA/G with 1-1/2" triangle shape piece out of cover, thus FA+ = $19);
#42 (12/1955; Bill EVERETT-c; Mummy-s = Bill Benulis-a; John Forte, John Tartaglione, Ed Winiarski-a; Atom Bomb panel = Sid Green-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $48.00);

#46 (4/1956; Art Peddy, Jim Mooney, Mike Esposito/Ross Andru, Forgione/Abel-a; Mort Drucker-a?; Flying Saucer-s = Don Heck-a; Sol Brodsky-c; overall near FN, but with minor chewed upper right corner of book, thus G/VG, 3.0 = $48.00);

#48(6/1956; Mercury Aliens & Flying Saucer-s = Hy Fleishman-a; Lou Morales, Tony Mortellaro, Paul S. Newman, Bill Benulis, Pete Moris-a; Carl Burgos-c; G = $29);

#51(Good = $35.00);
#55(1/1957; King Arthur's sorcerer Merlin the Magician-s = Don Heck-a; Man fron Uranus-s = Ted Galindo-a; Atomic Bomb panels= Ed Winiarski-a; Doug Wildey, Bob Powel & John Forte-a; Bill Everett-c; G = $29);

#58(4/1957; "Dinosaur"-s = Bernard Krigstein-a; Straw Man/Scarecrow-s = Joe Maneely-a; Day the World ended-s = Robert Q. Sale-a; Richard Doxsee-a; Maha the Demon-s = John Forte-a; Everett-c; Appears VG, but with 3/8" x 1-3/8" Pieces out of upper Right Corner of 8 pages in last half of comic inside, with moderate effect to text panels at those corners, thus FA/G = $23);



MYSTICAL TALES (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1957)
#4(12/1956; Bill Everett-c; 4pgs Reed Crandall-a; Forgione/Abel, Carrabotta, Ayers, Powell-a; Condemned Man-c/s; G minus = $29);
#5(2/1957; Taboo-s = 4 pages Al WILLIAMSON-a; overall FA/G, with 1-1/4" x 5-1/2" Strip missing off top edge of Cover, thus FA, reading copy = $22);


NAVY ACTION (1954-1957); - #8(VG, 4.0 = $36.00);  #15, 16, 18


NAVY COMBAT (1955-1958); -

#3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 14,

#15 (12/1957; Everett-c;  Albatross Sub-s = Gene Colan-a?; Forte-a; MIGS in Korea-s = Heck-a; Everett/Tuska-a?  Japanese in WWII-s = Doxsee-a; Ayers-a; VG+, 4.5 = $34.00);

#16

#17(4/1958; Maneely-c; Colan-a; 4 pages WILLIAMSON-a; VG=$25; FA/G=ASK);

#19,20


NAVY TALES (1-7/1957); - # 3, 4;


NELLIE THE NURSE - (1945-1952; TIMELY / Atlas Pub; First Series; nice GGA / Good Girl Art in all);

#???(probably #5?; 48 Pages; 3 pages of HEY LOOK by KURTZMAN; Jam Session, What's Cookin'?, Look who's talking, It's your move; Georgie-s = a Sure-fire miss; COVERLESS, rest is VG $9);


OUTLAW FIGHTERS (8/1954-4/1955; Atlas/Marvel WESTERN);

#1(G/VG, 3.0 = $26.00); 

#2(10/1954; Maneely-c; Tuska, Pakula, DiPreta & Reinman-a; appears G/VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G $10.00);



THE OUTLAW KID(1954-1947) -

#13(4x Wildey-a; Davy Berg-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00)

#13(4x Wildey-a; Davy Berg-a; FA/G = $11.00)

#15,18;19;


PATSY and HEDY (1952-1967; Patsy Walker & Hedy Wolfe);

#9 (11/1952; Bowling Alley cover by AL JAFFEE; Walkers story; Wolfes story; appears G/VG, but with Extra Staple Holes thru book at spine & Magic tape Repairs inside, thus FA/G = $15.00);

#17 (VF+);

#18 (8/1953; Buzz Baxter with Patsy Walker & Hedy Wolfe, Girls in Bikini Swimsuits on Beach GGA / Good Girl Art cover by AL JAFFEE; Walkers story; Wendy Parker story; G/VG, 3.0 = $25.00);

#18 (8/1953; Buzz Baxter with Patsy Walker & Hedy Wolfe, Girls in Bikini Swimsuits on Beach GGA / Good Girl Art cover by AL JAFFEE; Walkers story; Wendy Parker story; Reading Copy = $10.00);

#20 (10/1953; AL JAFFEE cover; Walkers story; Wendy Parker story; Good, 2.0 = $18.00);

#27; #31,37,41,42,46,47,50,53,57,58,60,62,64;65,85;



PATSY AND HER PALS – (May/1953)

#3(9/1953; Hedy Wolfe-s;Wendy Parker-s; FA/G=$15); 29;


Patsy and her Pals - #3(Hedy Wolfe-s; Wendy Parker-s; G/VG=$18; G minus=$10);


PATSY WALKER (USA Editions) - August/1946),

#17,

#19(11/1948; GIRLS in Swinsuits & Bikinis cover; Al Jaffee-c/a; Hey Look = Harvey Kurtzman-a;  Cindy-s = Ken Bald-a; Georgie-s = Mike Sekowsky-a; FA/G, 1.5 = $22.00);

#21;

#30 (9/1950; 52 Pages; 2 pages of Mexican Character PABLO Cartoons by Joe Genovese; 1 page Egghead Doodle by Harvey Kurtzman; Jeanie story; 2 pages Janie Cartoons; Ovrall VG, but with 3/4” x 1-1/2” Piece Missing off bottom right cover corner thus Good= $20.00);

#39,40,#43 (11/1952; 52 Pages; Pre-Code; Tennis cover, by Al Jaffee; Buzz Baxter-s; Hedy Wolfe-s; Paper Doll page intact; Good = $18.00); 

#49(page out), #52 (5/1954; 52 Pages; Pre-Code; Wendy Parker-s; Hedy Wolfe-s; Paper Doll page intact; Lingerie panels; Piece missing off bottom edge of cover,  Magic Tape Repairs on Spine to cover, FAIR+, reading copy = $13.00);

#54 (9/1954; Pre-Code; 6 page Girls in Swimsuits story; Al Harley-c; Hedy Wolfe-s; Wendy Parker-s; Paper Doll page is intact; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

#57(CFO),58,64,68,72, #76 (Miss America); 79, 110;


PATSY WALKER - (Canadian Editions) - #21,


QUICK-TRIGGER WESTERN (5/1956-9/1957; Atlas/Marvel Pub); - #17; #18;


RAWHIDE KID (Atlas/Marvel; 1955-1962);

#11(11/1956; SEVERIN-c; 4 x Ayers-a; G/VG = $39.00);

#12(1/1957; Maneely-c; 2 x Ayers-a; Kid Six-Gun-s = Pete Morisi-a; VG/FN = $63.00);

#16(9/1957; Torres-a; 3 x Ayers-a; VG/FN=$63.00; VG=$49.00);

#26(2/1962; JACK KIRBY-a; Bounty Hunter's Trap-c/s; FA/G, reading copy = $16.00);

#28(6/1962; JACK KIRBY-a; Guns of Jasper Jelko-c/s; FAIR, reading copy =  $12.00);

** #31-151 = see MARVEL Comics;

REAL SECRET - #5 (may/1950);


RED WARRIOR - #31(Canadian Ed.) , 32 (Canadian Variant Editions of #1,2);



REX HART - Your Famous Western Star (1949-1950; Formerly Blaze Carson);

#6(8/1949; FIRST issue; Rex Hart & his Horse Warrior begin; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; PHOTO-c; early BLACK RIDER backup-s; FA/G = $16)

#7(11/1949; 2nd issue; Canadian Variant Edition, by Superior Pub; PHOTO-c; FA = $10)

#8;


RINGO KID WESTERN – (1954-1957)

#2(10/1954; Maneely-c; 3 x Maneely-a; Shores-a; Black Rider-s; G/VG = $26);

#4(2/1955; Maneely-c; 3 x Maneely-a; VG = $33.00);

#5; 6(Maneely cover; Excellent Severin art)

#7(8/1955; Maneely-c; 3 x John Severin-a; Shores-a; VG+ = $33);

#8,

#11,

#13 (8/1956; Maneely-c; 4 pages Williamson-a; FN/VF, 7.0 = $59.00);

#14, 20(Maneely cover & art); 21;


RIOT (1954-1956; Parody/Humor); #6(Lorna of Jungle & Dennis the Menace spoofs; FA, reading copy = $20.00); 



ROMANCE DIARY – #2(3/1950; Photo-c; VG+, 4.5 = $45.00); 



ROMANCE TALES (Marvel Comics) - #7(First issue; 10/1949; Photo SWIMSUIT-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $29.00);  #8(January 1950);


RUSTY Comics - (America’s Funniest Female – Humor; 1947-1949); --

#17(Hey Look by Kurtzman; Good+, 2.5 = $29.00); 

#20(5 pages Kurtzman; VG+, 4.5 = $49.00); 

#21(July/1949);



SECRET STORY ROMANCES (formerly True Tales of Love) - #9(10/1954; PRE-CODE; Vince Colletta-c/a; I Lobr Mr Wrong = Jay Scott Pike-a; Gene Colan, Syd Shores-a; Good, 2.0 = $16.00); 

#10, #11(2/1955; LAST PRE-CODE; Vince Colletta-c/a; Jay Scott Pike, Al Hartley-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $20.00);

#13;


SERGEANT BARNEY BARKER Even with BARKER we won the War (Atlas Marvel Comics Pub; 8-12/1956; Army Humor)

#1 (8/1956; John Severin cover;  4 x stories with John Severin art; Midget Fleet-s = Bob Powell-a; FAIR, low grade Reading Copy = $15);

#2 (10/1956; John Severin cover;  4 x stories with John Severin art; Roll Call-s = Dick Ayers-a; VG minus = $29.00);



SILLY TUNES - (Timely/Atlas/Marvel; Funny Animals; 1945-1947) #1(Silly Seal, & Ziggy Pig);



SIX-GUN WESTERN (Atlas Marvel; 1-7/1957); #4(7/1957);


SPELLBOUND (Atlas/Marvel; 1952-57)

#5 (condition = Fair+);

#30 (10/1956; Bill Everett-c; He Must Be Destroyed = Doug Wildey-a; Homecoming = Paul Reinman-a;  We're Going to Drown = Bill Walton-a; New Glasses = text story; Beware the Giants = Vic Carrabotta-a;  What Lurks in the Fog = Marvin Stein-a;  The Tyrant; VG, 4.0 = $72.00);

#28;


SPORTS ACTION (Atlas Pub; 2/1950-9/1952);
#2 (FIRST issue; 2/1950; Powell Painted-c with 4 sports; George "Gipper" Gipp, Notre Dame Football-s; Art Shires/Chicago White Sox-s; original Celtics, Basketball-s; Atom Bomb panel; G = $49);

#3(Everett-a; VG, One Page missing = $18);

#4(Art Houtteman-c/s; Jerry Coleman; Ray Robinson; Red Schoendenst; G/VG = $39.00; Good = $27.00);

#8(8/1951; Baseball-c; Ralph Kiner, Ezzard Charles, Warren Spahn & Phil Rizzutto; Maneely-c; G/VG $39); ; #14 (title cut off)


SPORTS ACTION (Atlas Pub; 1950-1952 =- Canadian Variant Editions); - #8(Canadian Variant Edition; featured the PAINTED-c from the US #2 edition);



SPY CASES (1950-1953) - #10,18,26(9/1950; FIRST issue);


SPY FIGHTERS (3/1951-7/1953; Atlas Marvel pub; Spies in Combat stories); - #5(November 1951; Hinderburg cover);


STORIES OF ROMANCE (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1957) #10(2/1957; Vince Colletta-c; Pike-a; 1” Chuck missing off bottom right corner of comic, FAIR, Reading Copy, 1.0 = $9.00);



STRANGE STORIES OF SUSPENSE (Atlas/Marvel; 1955-1957);
#7(2/1956; EC Cover swiped from Vault of Horror #32; 3rd issue in series; John Severin-c; Bill Everett, Forte, Ed Moore, Carrabotta-a; G = $32)

#8 (4/1956; 4th issue in series; Bill Everett-c; Al Williamson & Ralph Mayo-a; Manny Stallman, Jay Scott Pike, Mac Pacula, Ed Moore, Bob Powell-a; VG, 4.0 = $79.00);

#11;
#12 (12/1956; Angelo, TORRES, Mac Pakula, Familton, Forgione, Manny Stallman-a; Scarecrow-s; G/VG, 3.0 = $46.00)

#13(Good = $35.00);
#16(8/1957; 3pgs Matt FOX-a; 4pgs Bob POWELL-a; Doxsee, Forte-a; FA/G = $24);


STRANGE TALES (Atlas/Marvel; 1951-1976) -

#44; 55; #70 (Good); 71 (Fair/Good);

#73(ANT-MAN Prototype; VG, 4.0 = ASK)

74 (Writing on backcover; condition = 2.0); 76 (Fair/Good); 77(Fair/Good);
#92(1/1963; LAST 10 cent cover; Somewhere Sits a Lama = 5 page ANCIENT ONE PROTOTYPE Story with Don Heck-a; The THING Hunts/Waits Me-c/s = KIRBY cover & 7 pages-a; Man who shunk the World = ANT-MAN PROTOTYPE Story = 6 pages KIRBY-a; Inside the Flying Saucer = 5 pages DITKO-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $44.00);
#99(8/1963; Mr Morgan's Monster-c/s = Jack KIRBY cover & 7 pages art; Day Before Doomsday = Communism & Col War story = 6 pages KIRBY/Ayers-a; A Switch in Time = 5 pages DITKO-a; Man in the Glass Cage= Don Heck-a; FA/G, 1.5 = $24.00);


STRANGE TALES OF THE UNUSUAL -

#1(FA/GD $49); #4;

#10 (6/1957; John Severin-c; Menace of the Unseen Man = Richard Doxsee-a; The Man Who Said No = Angelo Torres-a; Don't Answer the Phone = Gray Morrow-a; Mass Murder =  Robert Q. Sale-a; The Threat = Carl Burgos-a; The Nightmare Men = Mac Pakula-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $44.00)

#11;


STRANGE WORLDS (1958-1959) -

#2(2/1959; DITKO-c/a; Planet of Plunder-s = Don Heck-a; Miracle man-s = 5 pages Al WILLIAMSON-a; Day the World Ended-s; Atlantis-s = Ayers-a; FA/G $50);

#5(8/1959; LAST issue; KIRBY-c; Runaway Comet-s = DITKO-a; Gorilla-s = Reinman-a; Don Heck, Burgos-a; Space Pirate-s = Sinnott-a; G/VG $64);

#5(8/1959; 5 pages DITKO-a; Don Heck, Reinman-a; JACK KIRBY cover; writing at upper left cover, VG minus, 3.5 =  $86.00);



SUPER RABBIT - #2(Winter Issue; condition = Fair/Good);


SUSPENSE (Atlas/Marvel; 1949-1953; all PRE-CODE);

#21(8/1952; Pre Code; 52 Pages; EVERETT-c; GHOST of Grimm Towers-c/s; DiPreta, Loprino, Chapman, Baer-a; Man Roasted alive in Oven panel; Graveyard Ghoul-s; World War III-s; FA/G $25);




TALES OF JUSTICE (1955-1957) - #53(5/1955; FIRST issue); #61;


TALES OF THE MARINES #4(2/1957; Severin-c);


TALES OF SUSPENSE (Atlas/Marvel; 1959-1968) -

#8(3/1960; First appearance of MONSTRO-c/s = Jack KIRBY cover & 6 pages art; the Story of Sammy Snork; I am the Changing Man = minor PROTOTYPE for the Spider-Man Villain the CHAMELEON = 6 pages DITKO-a; the Runaway Planet; It walks by Night = Don Heck-a; G, 2.0 = $59.00);

#21; 26;

#28(4/1962; Jack KIRBY-c; Back from the Dead = STONE MEN PROTOTYPE story = 6 pages Jack KIRBY-a; The Dummy's Secret = UFO & Wooden Aliens-s = Reinman-a; Secret of the Black Planet = 5 pages DITKO-a; The Coming of TITAN, the Amphibian from Atlantis = 7 pages Jack KIRBY-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $55.00);




#30(6/1962; Ghost Road the Haunted Roller Coaster-c/s = KIRBY/Ayers cover & 7 pages art; Creature from Krangro = 6 pages KIRBY/Ayers-a; Man who Couldn't grow Old = Don Heck-a; Inside the Fallout Shelter-s = 5 pages DITKO-a; FA, 1.0 = $23.00; another copy available = ASK );


#33(9/1962; First HULK Crossover = Cameo picture on Wall; Chamber of Fear-c/s = KIRBY/Ayers cover & 7 pages art; Tax Collector from Space = 6 pages KIRBY-a; Secret of the Mirage = Don Heck-a; Where is Wommelly = 5 pages DITKO-a; FA/G, 1.5 = $32.00);

#34(10/1962; Girl Inside the Blue Glass Bottle-c/s = KIRBY/Ayers cover & 7 pages art; Forbidden World = 6 pages KIRBY/Ayers-a; Coming of the Giants = Don Heck-a; Who am I = 5 pages DITKO-a; G/VG= $48.00);


TALES TO ASTONISH (Atlas/Marvel; 1959-1968) -

#15 (The Blip! cover & story; Kirby & Ayer art);

#26(12/1961; JACK KIRBY-c; Beware the Four-Armed Things-c/s = 7 pages KIRBY-a; He Walked thru Walls-c/s = 6 pages KIRBY-a; Run Rocky Run = Forgoine-a; Dream World = 5 page DITKO-a; FAIR, centerfold pages are missing, Color Photocopy replacement pages are included = $15.00);

 #32(6/1962; QUICKSAND-c/s = Sherlock Holmes swiped character & PROTOTYPE for Spider-Man's villian the SANDMAN = Jack KIRBY & Ayers cover & 7 pages art; Bully Boy-s = Teenage Boy Student Weakling gets Strong story = minor Peter Parker Prototype? = 6 pages KIRBY/Ayers-a; Girl in the Black Hood = MEDUSA Cameo = Heck-a; I am a Martian = 5 pages DITKO-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $55.00);


#33(7/1962; Jack KIRBY-c; Dead Storage-c/s = SKRULLS-Like Alien Race with Pink Faces Invade Earth = 7pages Jack KIRBY & Ayers-a; Frightened Man-s = Time Machine-s = 6 pages KIRBY & Ayers-a; Voice of FATE-s = Heck-a; Absent Minded Professor-s = UFO & Aliens-s = 5 pages DITKO-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $49.00);


#33(7/1962; Jack KIRBY-c; Dead Storage-c/s = SKRULLS-Like Alien Race with Pink Faces Invade Earth = 7pages Jack KIRBY & Ayers-a; Frightened Man-s = Time Machine-s = 6 pages KIRBY & Ayers-a; Voice of FATE-s = Heck-a; Absent Minded Professor-s = UFO & Aliens-s = 5 pages DITKO-a; Marvel chipping at right edge of cover, thus GOOD+, 2.5 = $42.00);


#34(8/1962; Monster in the Window-c/s = Jack KIRBY-c/a; Strange Fate of the Satue Maker = KIRBY-a; The Invaders = DITKO-a; Dance yoy fool = Dock Heck-a; );



TERRY-TOONS comics - (TIMELY / Marvel pub; 1942-1947; Characters from Animated/ Cartoon Films/Movies; #60-86 = becomes St John's Pub);

#4 (1/1943; 4th app Gandy Goose-c/s; Oscar the Pig-c/s; 68 pages; Nutty tales-s; Andy Wolf & Bertie Mouse to the Haunted House-s; Stan Lee-s/a; Victor Fago, Mooney & Sekowsky-a; overall FA+, but with Six centerfolds missing, 44 of 68 pages remain, including covers; 4 Listed stories are complete = $13);

#51 (2nd app Heckle & Jeckle; 14th app of MIGHTY MOUSE;)



TEEN COMICS (1947-1950) -

#27(9/1948; 7th issue in the series; Patsy Walker, Cindy, Georgie; Overall G/VG, but 10% of one page missing, affecting 1/3 of two panels, thus call it FA/G = $17.00);


TEXAS KID - His Guns make Outlaws Tremble (1951-1952; USA Editions; Atlas Marvel; all are Pre-Code);

#2(3/1951);

#4(7/1951; 3 x Maneely-a; TK vs Phantom Roder-s; Sheriff Buck Hanson-s; Pecos Bill-s; Chapman & Pike-a; G/VG $18);

#10(7/1952; Maneely-c; Strung Up by Thumbs & Whipping Panels-s; Red Larabee the Gunhawk-s; VG+ $27);



TEX MORGAN - (8/1948-2/1950; USA Editions)

#1(8/1948; Tex Morgan, his horse Lightning & sidekick Lobo begin; FN $99);

#1(8/1948; Tex Morgan, his horse Lightning & sidekick Lobo begin; FA/G $30);

#7(8/1949; PHOTO-c; G/VG $33);


TEX MORGAN - (8/1948-2/1950; Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Superior / Comic Combine Corp);

#1(9/1948; Tex Morgan, his horse Lightning & sidekick Lobo begin; VG/FN $55);

#1(9/1948; Tex Morgan, his horse Lightning & sidekick Lobo begin; FA/G $20);

#5(4/1949; VG+ $19; VG, Centerfold out; $10)); #7(1949; PHOTO-c; G/VG $13);

#9(1949; PHOTO-c; Overall FN/VFk, but with; 1" Magic Tape at bottom of spine; 1-3/4" Wide x 1/8" high Rodent Chewed are at top left edge of entire book, thus G/VG $13);


TEX TAYLOR (9/1948-3/1950; USA editions);

#3(1/1949; Arizona Annie-s; G/VG $24); #6(PHOTO-c; Blaze Carson-s; 2xTex Taylor-s; VG $39);

#8(PHOTO-c; Mystery of Devil-Tree Plateau = 18 page Tex Taylor-s; Diablo the Grizzly Bear-s; G/VG $35);


TEX TAYLOR (9/1948-3/1950; Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's);

#2(Arizona Annie-s; G, 2.0 = $15.00); #5(PHOTO-c; Blaze Carson-s; VG, 4.0 = $30.00);

#6(PHOTO-c; Two-Gun Kid-a; Black Rider-s; Kid Colt-s; has NO Tex Taylor-s; G $13);

#7(PHOTO-c; Trapped in Time's Lost Land = 18 page Tex Taylor-s; Diablo-s; VG, 4.0 = $30.00);

#9(PHOTO-c; Guns along the Border = 18 page Tex Taylor-s; Nimo the Mountain Lion-s; appears VG, but with 2-1/2" x 3/4" Chunk out of Back Cover & Last 9 pages thus FAIR = $13.00);



TINY TESSIE - #24;


TRUE ADVENTURES - #3(May 1950);


TRUE SECRETS - #4(2/1951; Second issue; PRE-CODE; Chris Rule-c;  FA/G, 1.5 = $14.00);

#4(2/1951; Second issue; PRE-CODE; Chris Rule-c;  FAIR, Reading Copy, 1.0 = $10.00);

#28(2/1955; Last Pre-Code issue; Colletta-a; Pike-a; Al Hartley-a; Swimsuit panels; FA/G $9); #30(G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00); 


TRUE TALES OF LOVE (formerly Secret Story Romances; Atlas Comics) -

#27(December/1956;Colletta art; VG, 4.0 = $24.00); 

#30(G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00);



TWO-GUN KID (Atlas/Marvel; 1948-1977);

#3(8/1948), 4(10/1948), ; 5(VG+); 11,12

#16(9/1954; Maneely-c; Chuck F.Miller-a; Kid Colt-s; Keller-a; VG );

#16(9/1954; Maneely-c; Chuck F.Miller-a; Kid Colt-s; Keller-a; FA+ = $14);

#18

#20(1/1955; Maneely-c; Kid Colt-s; Chuck F.Miller-a; VG+);

#21(2/1955; Heath-c; Kid Colt-s; Chuck F.Miller-a; Widley-a; G/VG = $25);

#22(3/1955; 1st Comics Code issue; Maneely-c; Chuck F.Miller-a; Carrabotta-a; VG);

#22(3/1955; 1st Comics Code issue; Maneely-c; Chuck F.Miller-a; Carrabotta-a; G = $20);

#27 (Ayers 5pages; Maneely cover);

#31;

#40(2/1958; Maneely-c; Chuck Miller-a; G $12);

#41;

#44(10/1958; Maneely-c; 3 x Stan Lee-s each with Maneely-a; VG = $18);

#44(10/1958; Maneely-c; 3 x Stan Lee-s each with Maneely-a; FA/G = $8);

#46(2/1959; 3 x Jack DAVIS-a; DAVIS-c; FN/VF = $42);

#46(2/1959; 3 x Jack DAVIS-a; DAVIS-c; FN, 6.0 = $33.00; another copy available = ASK );

#50,52; 55;

#61 UP = See MARVEL Listings;



TWO-GUN WESTERN - (First Series; Atlas Mavel Pub; 1950-1952; Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's);

#5,6;7(VG+);


TWO-GUN WESTERN - (First Series; Atlas Mavel Pub; 1950-1952; USA editions)

#5(VG+)

#9 (8/1951; Apache Kid-c/s; Kid Colt, Texas Kid; VG+, 4.5 = $49.00);

#13, 14


TWO-GUN WESTERN - (2nd Series; Atlas Mavel Pub; 1956-1957; USA editions)

#7

#8(1/1957; Maneely-c/a; Return of the Hair-Trigger Kid-c/s; Wildey-a; Crandall-a; G/VG $24);

#8(1/1957; Maneely-c/a; Return of the Hair-Trigger Kid-c/s; Wildey-a; Crandall-a; FA+, centerfold missing affecting Wildey-s; 3 of 4 Stories including Maneely & Crandall are Complete = $6);

#9(Williamson, Morrow, Wildey, Ayers; FN+, 6.5 = $62.00);

#9

#10(G/VG $25);



UNCANNY TALES (Atlas/Marvel; 1952-1957) -

#3(10/1952; Pre-Code; Brodsky-c; Keller, Perlin, Jerry Robinson, Winiarski-a; SATAN & Hades-s; the Slave-s; 1/8 BACK cover off, FA/G = $41);
#33,

#35;

#51(FA/G $29.00)


WACKY DUCK - (Funny Animal Humor; 1946-1948);-

#3(Fall/1946; FIRST issue; Casper Cat-s; VG $49);



WAR ACTION (ATLAS/Marvel; 1952-1953) –

#3-5,9;

#13(FA/G, pages Missing, No Back cover, Poor = $4.00)


WAR ADVENTURES (Atlas/Marvel pub; 1952-1953; all Pre-Code; Mostly Korean War-s; vs REDS/Communism stories)

#7;

#8(9/1952; Bernie Krigstein-a; Brodsky-c; Chapman-a; Reinman & Rico-a; G/VG = $26; G=$20);

#11(Bernie Krigstein-a; Good = $20.00);



WAR COMBAT (3-11/1952) - #2;


WAR COMICS (1950-1957) -

#4 (FAIR = $14)

#7

#9(4/1952; 2 x MANEELY-a; HEATH-a; VG minus$22);

#9(4/1952; 2xMANEELY-a; HEATH-a; FA/G, coupon cut out $9);

#10, 12, 16, 19;

#32(HEATH-c;Last Pre-Code; Ayers-a; VG $20);

#34, 39,40(3/1956; Romita, Benulis, Pakula-a; G/VG $16);

#42, 46, 47;


WESTERN COWBOYS & OUTLAWS

(Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Title does NOT exist for USA editions; Circa early 1950's);

#35 (ATLAS/ Marvel WESTERN Material; 3 x Tex Farrell-s; RARE; G/VG $29);


WESTERN GUNFIGHTERS(6/1956-8/1957; Atlas/Marvel Pub; FIRST Series)

#22(10/1956; 3rd issue; Maneely-c; 5 pages Wally WOOD-a; Powell-a?; Hartley-a; FN = $60)

#22(10/1956; 3rd issue; Maneely-c; 5 pages Wally WOOD-a; Powell-a?; Hartley-a; G/VG = $30);

#27(8/1957; 8th & LAST issue; Severin-c; Woodbridge-a; Gene Colan-a?; Hank Borden-s; VG+ = $27);

#27(8/1957; 8th & LAST issue; Severin-c; Woodbridge-a; Gene Colan-a?; Hank Borden-s; Ad Page Missing; 10% of BACK cover off, FAIR reading copy = $8);


WESTERN KID {Tex Dawson, the Western Kid & his fighting pals .. Whirlwind & Lightning} (Atlas Marvel; 1954-1957);

#4(6/1955; Maneely-c; 3 x John Romita-a; Bob McCarty-a; Badlands-s; VG = $27.00; another copy available = ASK );

#9;

#11(8/1956; Grey-Tone Cover by Severin; 4 x John Romita-a; Forgione & Abel-a; VG/FN = $27.00);

#13, 14 = ASK

#15(4/1957; Maneely-c; 4 x John Romita-a; Pike-a; VG+ $22; another copy available = ASK );

#17 = ASK



WESTERN OUTLAWS - (Atlas Marvel; 1954-1957);

#5, 6;

#7(2/1955; Maneely-c?; Kid from Nowhere-s; Pancho Diablo-s; His name was Cregg-s; John Romita-a; Ayers-a; VIOLENT-a by R.Q. Sale-a; FN = $42);

#8;

#9(6/1955; Maneely-c; Marshall of Mesquite Juntion-c/s; Heck-a; Everrett-a; KUBERT & Moskowitz-a; Quiet Man-s; VG+ = $30);

#10,

#13(2/1956; Maneely-c/a; Vengeance of Wes Harder-c/s; 6 pages of Matt BAKER-a; Desperado-s; Pike-a; Andru & Esposito-a; Blackie Stark-s; Keegers-s; John Romita-a; VG/FN = $36);

#14(G/VG = $22.00);

#17(10/1956; Severin-c; Man called Dango-c/s; CRANDALL-a; Ayers-a; Colan-a; Williamson text illo; G = $16);

#18

#20 (5/1957; Severin-c; Sinnott-a; Ayers-a; Colan-a; Wild Bunch-s; FA/G, 1/4 page missing $6; another copy available = ASK );

#21



WESTERN OUTLAWS AND SHERIFFS (1949-1952; Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions of Atlas Marvel comics; published by Bell Features);

#60(Canadian Comic)

#62(6/1950; THIRD issue; FN/VF, 7.0 = $89.00); 

63(Canadian Comic),

#66(4/1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Pancho Diega-s; Snake Cantrell-c/s; Jerry Robinson-a; Tanaro the Apache-s; Outlaw Sheriff-s; G = $12);



WESTERN OUTLAWS and SHERIFFS (1949-1952; formerly Best Western; USA Editions)

#61(3/1950; 52 pages; PHOTO-c of McDonald Carey in Paramount's "Streets of Laredo"; Pepper Lawson-s; Chief Tall Wolf's War; Double Cross of Sam Bass; 1st Lt, Ted Rockwell US Army Reserve-s; Wild Bill Hickok-s; G/VG = $28),

#69;73;


WESTERN THRILLERS - #4;


WESTERN WINNERS - (6-12/1949; Atlas Marvel; formerly All-Western Winners; becomes Black Rider; 3 issue Series);

#7(12/1949; USA Edition; 3rd & LAST issue; Randolph Scott in Columbia's "Lawless" Photo-c; Rip Kilgore-s; Chance Pagan - Sam Bass; FA/G, missing the Back cover = $18);

#8;


WILD - #4(June 1954; Sherlock Holmes front cover), 5;


WILD WEST (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's); #3;



WILD WESTERN (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Circa early 1950's);

#5, 15;


WILD WESTERN (1948-1957; Formerly Wild West; Atlas Marvel; USA Editions);

#6

#11(6/1950; 52 pages; Kid Colt-c/s; Two-Gun Kid-s; Black Rider-s; Tex Taylor-s; VG+ $45);

#21(4/1952; Maneely-c; Kid Colt-c/s; Tumlinson-a; Gunhawk-s; Chic Stone-a; Apache Kid-s; Arizona Kid-s; overall FN, but 1" Magic Tape at bottom staple, thus VG+ $32);

#27(4/1953; Kid Colt-c/s; Tumlinson-a; Massacre-s; VG $30);

#28(6/1953; Kid Colt-c/s; Pike, Forte & Maneely-a; Stagecoach-s; VG $30);

#29(8/1953; Pre-Code; Kid Colt-c/s; Demonical DRAGO Gang-s; Keller-a; Tuska-a; Kweskin-a; VG+ = $33);

#31(12/1953; Kid Colt-c/s; Last Redman-s; Stagecoach Killers-s; Keller-a; Shores-a; VG $25;;another available = ask);

#37(10/1954; Kid Colt-c/s; Arrowhead, Black Rider, & Two-Gun Kid-s; Keller & Sinnott-a;

#40

#41(2/1955; Maneely-c/a; Kid Colt-c/s; Two-Gun Kid, Ringo Kid & Black Rider-s; VG/FN $28);

#41(2/1955; Maneely-c/a; Kid Colt-c/s; Two-Gun Kid, Ringo Kid & Black Rider-s; G/VG $17);

#43;

#42(3/1955; Maneely-c/a; Kid Colt-c/s; Two-Gun Kid, Ringo Kid-s; Black Rider = GHOST-s; Pakula, Ayers-a; FA = $7);

#53(1/1957; Maneely-c; Kid Colt-c/s; Utah Kid; Gunfight in Abiline-s; Ringo Kid-s; Keller & Ayers-a; VG/FN $28);

#55(5/1957; Grey-Tone cover by Severin; Kid Colt vs Bounty Hunter-c/s; Ringo Kid-s; Keller-a; Sinnott-a; Frank Bolle-a; 4 pages Williamson-a; G = $14);

#56(7/1957; Maneely-c/a; Kid Colt & Ringo Kid-c/s; Keller & Sinnott-a; Matt BAKER-a?; VG/FN $29);



WILLIE Comics - (Teenage Humor; 1946-1950); - #23(5/1950; Birdbrain-s; Margie-s; Jinny-s; G/VG $22);



WILLIE THE WISE -GUY - #1 (September/1957);



WORLD OF FANTASY (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1959);

#8,

#18 (6/1959; XOM the Meanace from Outer Space-c/s; KIRBY-c/a; DITKO, Heck, Sinnott, Forte-a; Overall G/VG, but with Black Felt Pen marks on cover & 1/4" TRIMMED off entire Right edge of Comic, thus FAIR = $20.00);

#19 (8/1959; LAST issue; GARGOYLE from the 5th Galaxy-c/s; KIRBY-c/a; IRON HULK-s; DITKO, Heck, Sinnott-a; Overall G/VG, but with 1/4" TRIMMED off entire Right edge of Comic, thus FA/G = $30.00);



WORLD OF MYSTERY (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1957) - #7(7/1957; LAST issue; Forte-c/a; Reinman-a; Raving Beauty-s; G = $30);



WORLD OF SUSPENSE (Atlas/Marvel; 1956-1957) -

#3 (8/1956; Carl Burgos-a; Green Man-s = 4 pages Al WILLIAMSON-a; Forgione/Abel, Winiarski, Stallman, Walton, Lazarus-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $44.00);

#4 (10/1956; Carl Burgos-c; Reinman, Stallman, Sale, Roussos, Fleischman Forgione/Abel-a; Volcano-s; Communists / Brainwash-s; VG-, 3.5 = $49.00);

#7 (4/1957; Carl Burgos-c; Creature Escapes-s = 4 pages WILLIAMSON/Mayo-a; Maneely, Bernard Baily, DiPreta, Forte, Morisi-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $44.00);



WYATT EARP - (1955-1959)

#3,4,8,9,11-16,18-20, 25(10/1959; KIRBY-c; Davis-a),28;


YOUNG HEARTS #2[2/1950; Pre-Code; Colleen Townsend as Marjorie 'Marge' Fettles in 20th Century Fox's When Willie Comes Marching Home (aka Front & Center aka Rise and Shine) Military War Comedy Movie GGA Photo-c; G, 2.0 = $18.00];



YOUNG MEN - #16(War stories),



ZIGGY PIG – SILLY SEAL Comics - (Funny Animal Humor; 1944-1946);

#1(1944; vs “JAP” Army-s; Frankenstein cameo; Full page Captain America & Bucky paper drive ad; FA/G, Centerfold Missing; B&W Photocopy replacement pages included; reading copy $14);



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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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