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CHARLTON ;

(A) CHARLTON color comics;

(B) CHARLTON B&W Magazines;

(C) CHARLTON related COMICS DIGESTS;


(A) CHARLTON color comics;

ABBOTT AND COSTELLO (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon) #1,2,3,5,6,8,11,12,14,16-18,20-22;

ALL-AMERICAN SPORTS #1 (10/1967; One-Shot; Baseball, Decathalon & Football-c & Stories; Chad Chatfield of Rock Ridge High; Tallanico-c);


ARMY ATTACK #1-4,38-40, 42-47;

ARMY WAR HEROES (1963-1970); #1-14,16-24,26-29,31-33,35-38;

ARMY WAR HEROES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #36(1978);

ATOMIC BUNNY #15;

ATOMIC MOUSE (1st Series; See Blue Bird; Funny Animals, Giant Comics Edition & Wotalife Comics) #8,10,11,14,18,20,22,23,24, #26(68 Page Giant; VG = $29); 30,41-52;

ATOMIC MOUSE (2nd Series, 12/84) #1,10,11,12;

ATOMIC RABBIT (Atomic Bunny #12 on; see Giant Comics #3 & Wotalife) #4-10,11(68 pages);

ATOM THE CAT #9(October/1957; first issue); #10;

#11(68 page Giant;100 Grams; 2/1958; Atomic Rabbit-s; Timmy the Timid Ghost-s; overall G, but title missing off cover = FA $9);

#15, #17(Coupon cut out of Back cover, FA/G $7);


ATTACK (1st Series; 1958-1959) #58(7/1959; ASK); #59(VG $18); #59;#60(11/1959; LAST issue; ASK);


ATTACK (2nd Series; 1962 - 1967; V4#2 =see "Special War Series")

#2(Summer/62), 3(Fall/64), Vol.4,#3(10/66), V4#4(10/67);

ATTACK (3rd Series; 1971-1984) #1(9/71),2-48;

ATTACK (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #13(1978)

ATTACK AT SEA Volume-4 #5(10/1968; One-Shot; Lt. Wade Kilrain-c/s; World War-II-s; Submarine vs Nazi Destroyer-s; 1955 South China Sea-s);




BADGE OF JUSTICE #4(1955)


BARNEY AND BETTY RUBBLE (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon) #1-23;

BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH #1-4,6;

Baron Weirwulf's Haunted Library = see HAUNTED;


BATTLEFIELD ACTION

#18;

#19(4th issue; 5/1958; G/VG = $10.00); #20, #21(FA/G = $6.00);

#24-26,29,30,32

#33(FA/G = $6.00); #34-39

#40 (2/1962; Wikipedia = :The work depicts a machine gun firing as it is situated above the camouflage of palm fronds during the Battle of Guadalcanal. The image shows shell casings and a grenade in mid flight. An explosion is stylized with the titular phrase"; A panel from this comic was Re-Imagined by Top American POP artist ROY LICHTENSTEIN for his famous painting "Takka Takka = ASK);

41-43, #44(G/VG = $6.00);  #45-89;



BEETLE BAILEY (Reprint, 1/70) #1;


BEETLE BAILEY (Charlton Pub) -

#67-119;

#73(1/1970; Cerebal Palsy Assn Promotional Giveaway; “Complimentary Copy”; VF/NM $22)

#112(9/1975) [ 2 page TEXT-s, with 4 illos by JOHN BYRNE]; #113(11/1975) [ 2 page TEXT-s, with 4 illos by JOHN BYRNE];


Beetle Bailey- “Complimentary Copy” (Charlton) #1(1/1970; Promotional Giveaway; VG=$10; G/VG $8)




BEYOND THE GRAVE #1-17;

BEYOND THE GRAVE (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #2(1978);



BILLY THE KID (Formerly The Masked Raider; also see Doc Savage Comics & return of the Outlaw);

#9(11/1957; First issue; FN = $36.00), #11(68 page Giant; ORIGIN and First appearance of the Ghost Train; VG $23.00);

#12(Check-a; FA/G $8); #14(VG $20); #15(ORIGIN; 2 pages Williamson-a; G/VG=$14);

#16(4/1959; 2 pages WILLIAMSON-a; overall FN+, but magic tape repairs at top staple thus VG+ = $23.00; VG=$20.00);

#17(VG/FN = $24);  #18(FN = $28);

#19(overall FN, but 1/4" piece off lower right cover thus VG+ = $20.00; another copy available);

#20, #21(Severin-a; VG $20); #23(Severin-a; G/VG $15);

#25(Severin-a; G/VG $15); #26(Severin-a; FN $29);

#28-30,32,34-42,48,50,51, 54-60,62-75,77-81,83,84, #85(7/1971; 4 pages early Mike KALUTA art), 86-153;




BILLY THE KID (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #109


THE BIONIC WOMAN (TV; see also Six Million Dollar Man); #1-5;

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BLACK FURY -- the Wonder Horse (Charlton Pub; 1955-1966)

[Billy the Kid story = #37; Frontier Scout Dan'l Boone story = #9, 12; Jim Bowie story = #12; Masked Raider story = #33; Maverick Marshall story = #25;

Rocky Lane story = #25; Giordano-c= #39,40; Glanzman-a = #43; E.H. Hart-c/a = Most #20-38; Rocke Mastroserio-c= #14,52-56];

IN STOCK issues = #1,4,7-12,14,15,20, 21,23,25-41,43-57;

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BLACK FURY ( Schiff's Shoe Presents... ; Promotional Giveaway; 1960) - #1, 12;


BLONDIE (See also; Harvey & King Pub); #177-222;




BLUE BEETLE (CHARLTON Comics Pub; Five issue series; 1964-1965; SECOND Charlton Series = First Silver Age SOLO series);

>>> The Ted Cord version of BLUE BEETLE Moves from the CHARLTON Universe & into the DC UNIVERES in CRISIS on Infinite Earths #1; *** BLUE BEETLE is KILLED by MAX LORD in Infinite Crisis; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question;

Volume-2 #1(6/1964; ORIGIN & FIRST Silver Age appearance of the Dan Garrett BLUE BEETLE; the Giant MUMMY who was not Dead; SOLD OUT);

Volume-2 #2(9/1964; Second Silver Age appearance of the Dan Garrett BLUE BEETLE; the Hot War in the Arctic; ASK);

Volume-2 #3(11/1964; Third Silver Age appearance of the Dan Garrett BLUE BEETLE; Mr. Thunderbolt-c/s; ASK);

Volume-2 #4(1/1965; Fourth Silver Age appearance of the Dan Garrett BLUE BEETLE; Preying Mantis-Man-c/s; ASK);

Volume-2 #5(4/1965; Fifth Silver Age appearance of the Dan Garrett BLUE BEETLE; Red Knight, CHESS theme, Capture of the White Queen-c/s; Weiss illustration = First PRO published Art???; ASK);

 

 

BLUE BEETLE (CHARLTON Comics Pub; Five issue series; formerly Unusual Tales; 1965-1966; Third Charlton Series = Second Silver Age SOLO series);

>>> The Ted Cord version of BLUE BEETLE Moves from the CHARLTON Universe & into the DC UNIVERES in CRISIS on Infinite Earths #1; *** BLUE BEETLE is KILLED by MAX LORD in Infinite Crisis; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question;

Volume-3 #50(7/1965; FIRST issue; Dan Garrett aka BLUE BEETLE meets Mister Crabb & his monster of doom, the Scorpion-c/s; ASK);

Volume-3 #51(8/1965; Second issue; Dan Garrett aka BLUE BEETLE; FIRST appearance of Mentor the Magnificent-c/s; ASK);

Volume-3 #52(10/1965; Third issue; Dan Garrett aka BLUE BEETLE; vs Magno Man-c/s; ASK);

Volume-3 #53(12/1965; Fourth issue; Dan Garrett aka BLUE BEETLE; Return of the Preying Mantis-Man-c/s; ASK);

Volume-3 #54(3/1966; Fifth & LAST issue; Dan Garrett aka BLUE BEETLE; Eye of Hortus-c/s; ASK);

 

BLUE BEETLE (CHARLTON Pub; FIVE issue series; 1967-1968; TED KORD Blue Beetle; FOURTH Charlton Series = THIRD Silver Age SOLO series; Steve DITKO-c/a in all);

>>> The Ted Cord version of BLUE BEETLE Moves from the CHARLTON Universe & into the DC UNIVERES in CRISIS on Infinite Earths #1; *** BLUE BEETLE is KILLED by MAX LORD in Infinite Crisis; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question;

#1 (6/1967; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup SERIES by Steve Ditko BEGINS; the Ted Cord BLUE BEETLE Solo Series BEGINS; BLUE BEETLE vs the Squids-c/s; FAIR+, Reading Copy = $25.00);

#2 (8/1967; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; ORIGIN of the Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE; Dan Garrett the Original Blue Beetle Crossover; ASK);

#3 (10/1967; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE vs the Madmen-c/s; ASK);

#4 (12/1967; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE vs the Men of the Mask-c/s; ASK);

#5 (11/1968; LAST issue; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE vs the Destroyer of Heroes-c/s; ASK);

#6 (was NOT Published, but the Story was Later Printed in the CHARLTON BULLSETE Magazine)

 

 

BLUE BEETLE (1977; MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions; TED KORD Blue Beetle; Steve DITKO-c/a in all)

>>> The Ted Cord version of BLUE BEETLE Moves from the CHARLTON Universe & into the DC UNIVERES in CRISIS on Infinite Earths #1; *** BLUE BEETLE is KILLED by MAX LORD in Infinite Crisis; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question;

#1 (1977; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; ORIGIN of the Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE; Dan Garrett the Original Blue Beetle Crossover; SOLD OUT);

#3 (1977; Steve DITKO-c/a; QUESTION backup by Ditko; Ted Cord aka BLUE BEETLE vs the Madmen-c/s; ASK);




BO (Newspaper Strip reprints by Frank Beck)

#3(10/1955; Clown/Circus-c/s; NOODNIK = 7 pages comics & 2 page Text-s; SCARCE; FA/G = $8);

#3(10/1955; Clown/Circus-c/s; NOODNIK = 7 pages comics & 2 page Text-s; SCARCE; G/VG, with 1-1/2” pieice out of one page inside, thus G = $10);


BOBBY SHERMAN #1-7;

BRIDES IN LOVE (1956-1965) #11;#14(G/VG $6); #15(VG $8); #17,23,24,26,28,30-32,37-42,45;

BUGALOOS (TV; 1971; 1971-72; Sid & Marty KROFT; Scarce) #2-4;


BULLSEYE #9;


BULLWINKLE AND ROCKY (Jay Ward TV Cartoon); #1-3, 6;



CAPTAIN ATOM Revived as a DC character in CRISIS);

 (Charlton Comics Pub; 1965-1967; Ditko art in all; #83-86= Blue Beetle backup; Steve Ditko art in all);

>>> The Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom became part of the DC Universe in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS; The Last appearance of this Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom was in DC Comics Presents #90 from 2/1986; The First appearance of Captain Nathaniel Christopher Adam aka the New DC Post-Crisis Copper Age CAPTAIN ATOM appears in CAPTAIN ATOM #1 from 3/1987);


#75-77

#78 (12/1965; FIRST issue with new Title; ORIGIN of Allen Adam aka CAPTAIN ATOM is Retold; CAPTAIN ATOM Series Begins; STEVE DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#79 (3/1966; Second CAPTAIN ATOM issue; vs Doctor Spectro-c/s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#80 (4-5/1966; Third CAPTAIN ATOM issue; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#81 (7/1966; Fourth CAPTAIN ATOM issue; Doctor Spectro-c/s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#82 (9/1966; FIRST appearance of NIGHTSHADE-c/s; Captain Atom vs the GHOST-c/s; DITKO-c/a; ** NIGHTSHADE became part of the DC Universe in Crisis on Infinite Earths; ** NIGHTSHADE's Team affiliations includes; Shadowpact, SUICIDE SQUAD, Jihad, L.A.W., InterC.E.P.T.; ** NIGHTSHADE's Partnerships includes; Captain Atom & King Faraday; ASK);

#83 (11/1966; First Printing Charlton Comic with 12 Cents Cover Price; RED HOT KEY issue; FIRST appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; ** The Ted Cord BLUE BEETLE became part of the DC Universe in Crisis on Infinite Earths; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question; Faint writing near 12 cent price on cover, SOLD OUT);



#84 (1/1967; FIRST appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; Second appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#85 (3/1967; Second appearance of NIGHTSHADE-c/s; Second appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; THIRD appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#86 (6/1967; Third appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; Fourth appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-sThird appearance of NIGHTSHADE-c/s; Second appearance of GHOST-c/s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#87 (8/1967; DITKO-c/a; Fourth appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; Fourth appearance of NIGHTSHADE; First Nightshade SOLO Story = Aparo-a; ASK);

#88 (10/1967; CAPTAIN ATOM-c/s;  DITKO-c/a; Second Nightshade SOLO Story = Aparo-a; ASK);

#89 (12/1967; LAST issue; CAPTAIN ATOM-c/s;  vs Thirteen-c/s; DITKO-c/a; Third Nightshade SOLO Story = Aparo-a; ASK);



CAPTAIN ATOM (1977 MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions);

#83 (1977; FIRST appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; ** The Ted Cord BLUE BEETLE became part of the DC Universe in Crisis on Infinite Earths; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Team affiliations includes; Justice League, L.A.W., & Kord Enterprises; ** BLUE BEETLE's DC Partnerships includes; Booster Gold & The Question;

SOLD OUT);

#84 (1977; FIRST appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; Second appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; SOLD OUT );

#85 (1977; Second appearance of NIGHTSHADE-c/s; Second appearance of the New CAPTAIN ATOM; THIRD appearance of Ted Cord aka the New BLUE BEETLE backup-s; DITKO-c/a; ASK);


CAPT. WILLY SCHULTZ (Low Print Run);; #76,77;


CAREER GIRL ROMANCES

#25,28,29,#32(January/1966; ELVIS PRESLEY, Herman's Hermits & Johnny Rivers Line drawn cover; G+ = US$22);

#32(January/1966; ELVIS PRESLEY, Herman's Hermits & Johnny Rivers Line drawn cover; FN = $39);

#33-38; #39 [4/1967; 1st App "Tiffany Sinn, C.I.A. Sweetheart, Undercover Agent"-c/s, 8pgs, Art by Luis Dominguel, next appears in SECRET AGENT (formerly SARGE STEEL) #10; and 1st app Annie Lane, Girl Adventurer-c/s; NM-, 9.2 = $45; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30; VF+, 8.5 = $24; VF, 8.0 = $20; FN/VF=$16]; #40-44,#45(6/68; Spanking Panel) ,46-51,53,55,57-59, 62-64,67-70,72-74,76-78;


CAROLINE KENNEDY (Charlton Comics Pub); #NN(#1; One-Shot; Scarce; 1961; Jackie & Caroline Kennedy-c; Caroline Kennedy PHOTO Back-c; John F., Jackie & Caroline Kennedy PHOTO's on inside front & inside Back covers; John F.Kennedy Pinup; VG = $22.00);



Charlton Action featuring STATIC (10-12/1985;Volume-2; DITKO-c/s/a; 2 issue Series; LOW Print Run)

#11(10/1985; FIRST issue; DITKO-c & 24 pages-a; VF=$7; FN/VF=$5);

#12(12/1985; 2nd & LAST issue; DITKO-c & 24 pages-a; VF=$7; FN/VF=$5);


CHARLTON BULLSEYE (Color Comic; 6/1981-11/1986);

*** Unpublished issues meant for #11 up were published in SCARY TALES #37up;

#1 (6/1981; All-New; Blue Beetle & the Question-c/s; 1st app Rocket Rabbit);

#2(1st app NEIL the HORSE-s; Cap'n Catnip & Womble-s; Jack Bunny in "Rocket Rabbit; 11 pages John BYRNE-a = SOLD OUT);

#3(Fantasy & Science Fiction); #4(1st app Vanguards-c/s); #5(Warhund-c/s);

#6(Origin & 1st app of Thunderbunny-c/s; LOW Print Run & Scarcer);

#7(5/1982; Captain Atom-c/s; LOW Print Run & Scarcer);

#8(7/1982; Weird & Scarcy Stories; LOW Print Run & Scarcer);

#9(9/1982; BLUDD-c/s; LOW Print Run & Scarcer);

#10(11/1982; LAST issue; Thunderbunny-c/s; LOW Print Run & Scarcer);


*** See Also = B&W Comics Magazine (Listed in MAG section below);


CHARLTON CLASSIC (HERCULES Reprints; Glanzman & Aparo-a); #1-9;


Charlton Premiere (1967-1968; Charlton Pub);

Volume-1 #19(7/1967; One-Shot; Marine War Heroes);

Volume-2 #1(9/1967; TRIO; intro of Shape, Tyro Team & Spookman; VG/FN = $XX.00);

Volume-2 #2 (11/1967; Children of Doom-c/s = Classic Pat Boyette-c/a, story by Denny O'Neil under the pseudonym of Sergius O'Shaugnessy; Classic Phallic Symbol (PENIS) cover = Pictured among the All-Time 180 Greatest Covers in CBG's 2012 Book the "Greatest Comic Book Covers";

Volume-2 #3(Sinistro Boy Fiend; Blue Beetle & Peacemaker crossover; FN/VF=$16; FN=$12; VG=$8);

Volume-2 #4(Unlikely Tales; Aparo & Ditko art);


CHARLTON SPORTS LIBRARY #1;





CHEYENNE KID (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1957-1973)

#9(10/1957; Second issue; G = $10,00);

#12(6/1958; 2 x Al Williamson/Torres art; G = $15.00),

#13(8/1958; 5 pages of Al Williamson/Torres-a; VG = $20.00);

#14(11/1958; Al Williamson-a; VG/FN=$24);

#14(11/1958; Al Williamson-a; FA/G, reading copy =$9.00);

#16(3/1959; G = $9.00); #17(6/1959; VG/FN = $18.00); #18(8/1959; FN/VF = $26.00);

#19(10/1959); #20(1/1960; John SEVERIN-c/a; G/VG = $8.00);

#26(1/1961; John SEVERIN art); #27(3/1961);

#28(5/1961; the ALAMO-c/s; G/VG = $7.00);

#30(9/1961; John SEVERIN art; A Short Injun War);

#32,37,38,40-44,46-48,51-65;

#66 [5/1968; FIRST appearance of WANDER = Science Fiction/Western Backup-s & Series begins thru to #87 by JIM APARO; Sergius O'Shaughnessy-s (Pseudonym of Dennis O'Neil); Luis Dominguez-c/a];

#67-70,72-87(classic WANDER Science Fiction/Western Backup-s by JIM APARO; Sanho Kim-c/s on Cheyenne Kid on most issues);

#88 (1/1972; FIRST appearance of APACHE RED & Series Begins by Fred Himes; SANHO KIM-c/a);

#89 (3/1972; Origin and Second appearance of APACHE RED by Fred Himes; SANHO KIM-c/a));

#90-98 (APACHE RED Backup-s by Fred Himes)

#99 (11/1973; LAST issue; Pat Boyette-c/a; Last appearance of APACHE RED by Fred Himes);

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CHEYENNE KID (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #87, 89


CONFIDENTIAL DIARY #12-16;


COWBOY WESTERN (Charlton; 1948-1954)

#18(#2; FA/G $10); #19,20,22,31,

#35(10-11/1951; SUNSET CARSON cover and Two x 8 page Stories; SCARCE; VG minus = $39.00);

#39(G/VG $16);

#46(Space Western-s; VG $35);

#47(G $12); #48(G $12); #50(FA+ $8);

,51,52,55-57;

#58(1/56; Wild Bill Hickok-s; Annie Oakley-s; Jesse James-s; FN/VF $29);

#61(Wild Bill Hickok & Jingles-c/s; G $10);

#62,64,66

#65(Wild Bill Hickok & Jingles-c/s; FN+ $28);

#67(3/1958; Scarcer LAST issue; 68 page Giant; 5 pages of Williamson & Torres art; VF=$56.00; FN/VF = $42.00; Another Lower Graded copy = ask);


CREEPY THINGS (1975-1976); #1-4,6;

Creepy Things (1978 MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions) #2, 3, 6



CRIME and JUSTICE (Capital/Charlton Pub; 1951-1955)

#20(9/1954; Giordano-c; Joe Schuster-a; ASK);


CYNTHIA DOYLE, Nurse in Love (Charlton Comics Pub; 1962-1964; formerly Sweetheart Diary)

#66 (10/1962; #1; First issue; Joe Gill-s; Dick Giordano-c/a; Joe Sinnott & Vince Colletta-a; 1 page Rocco Rocke Mastroserio-a; Scarcer Variant Edition with 9d UK British Cover Price, Printed simultaneously with Regular Edition in USA; VF, 8.0 = $16.00);

#72 (10/1963; Joe Gill-s; Dick Giordano-c/a; Vince Colletta-a; 1 page Jack Keller-a; ASK);


DANGER #12(6/1955; FIRST of 3 issues in the series; VG/FN $33);


DANGER and ADVENTURE

#23(4/1955; Lance O’Casey-s; Dinosaur-c/s; Skipper Roy-s; NYOKA the Jungle Girl-s; FAIR, 3 pages missing $5);

#25(8/1955; Mike Danger & Johnny Adventure; overall VG, but 1"x1" piece off lower right cover and 1-1/2"x1" piece off upper right cover, thus FA/G $9);

#26(Mike Danger & Johnny Adventure; Lance O’Casey-s; G/VG $18);

#27(2/1956; LAST issue; Mike Danger & Johnny Adventure; G $12);


DAVID CASSIDY (TV; PHOTO Covers);

#1-8

#9(12/1972; DOUBLE Cover; Outer-c= VG/FN; inner-c = VF-, price = $24);

#10-14;


DAVY CROCKETT (New Adventures of... // Frontier Fighter) (1955-1957)

#1(8/55; Johnny Appleseed-s; VG/FN $30);

#1(8/55; Johnny Appleseed-s; VG $25);

#1(8/55; Johnny Appleseed-s; G $14);

#2,3,4

#6(6/56; Young Eagle-s; FN $20);


DC Challenge (1985; DC Comics Pub)

#9 (7/1986; First appearance of the SON OF VULCAN in the DC Universe; SON OF VULCAN becomes Part of the DC Comics Universe in CRISIS on Infinite Earths, also with most other Charlton Heroes; VF/NM, 9.0 = $5.00);



D-DAY #1-6;


DEATH VALLEY #8(8/55; 2nd issue; G/VG $18);


DINO (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; Flinstones); #1-20;


DOCTOR TOM BRENT YOUNG INTERN #1,2,4;


DOOMSDAY +1 (JOHN BYRNE art); #1-12;

Doomsday +1 (1975 MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Edition) #5 VG (SOLD OUT );



DRAG N' WHEELS (1968-1973); #30(First issue), 31-39,41,42,44-53,55-59;

DRAG N' WHEELS (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #58(1978)

DRAG-STRIP HOTRODDERS #1-4,8,10-16;

DR. GRAVES – (formerly “many Ghosts of Dr Graves; 1985/86); #73-75(January/1986);

DUDLEY DO-RIGHT (Jay Ward TV Cartoon; from Bullwinkle show); #1(8/1970; Scarce; FN/VF=$59; VG/FN=$30);2-7;


EH! (Charlton Comics Pub; Parody / Humor; Scarce MAD imitator, Color Comic series);

#1 (12/1953; PRE-CODE; Features JACK DAVIS-Like art by Dick Ayers; Young Dr. Baloney = Ayers-a; House of Whacks =Lou Morales-a = Spoof of House of Wax movie, with Vampires; Frontier Scout with Bizon Billy=Dick Ayers-a; Buck Hodges in the 26th Century, Buck Rogers spoof = WALLY WOOD-Like art by Dick Giordano; That's How T.V. Was Born with Boxing = Dick Ayers-a; Ayers-c; G/VG = $69.00)

#2(2/1954; PRE-CODE; Dick Ayers-c/a; Paradise Gained! = SATAN-s; Little Artie's Scouts! The News Must Go On! The Four Mosquitoes = 4 Musketeers spoof; Squeeeezerama = Movie Mogul; Appears G/VG, but with multiple Magic Tape repairs on inside covers, thus G = $29.00; FA/G=$22)

#3(4/1964; PRE-CODE; Mutilated Knee on the Botany = Mutiny on the Bounty parody; Does Masey’s tell Jimbells? = Dick AYERS-a; CARS U.S.A.; Marvin Pain, Private Eye = Ayers-a; G/VG = $36.00)

#4(PRE-CODE; SEXUAL Innuendo-c; Fred Ottenheimer-c; Be Hacky - Go Nutz; A Million Dollar Gate! Taxi, Lady? Eh-!? Herman's Hazard; The Ride of Paul Revere! =Dick Ayers & Rocco Rocke Mastroserio-a; Histerical News! What's My Crime? Don't Be Aloof. ..; New! New! New! Clearview Cellophane Diapers...; SOLD OUT);

#5(7/1964; PRE-CODE; Fred Ottenheimer-c; That Was Your Life = TV Spoof of This is Your Life, with ELECTRIC CHAIR Panels; Dirth Does Anything = Ayers-a; Little Willies; Miss Rhineghoul of 1954Ugliest Girl in America; Mary Had a Little Lamb! Inspector Moe Ron = 1pg Renfrew of the RCMP; Look, Ma I'm Dancin'; SOLD OUT);

#6(8/1954; PRE-CODE; BIG BREASTED Blonde Woman SEXUAL Innuendo-c; Fred Ottenheimer cover & art; Jon D'Agostino lettering; The H-Bum = Superhero spoof, with Frankenstein & Dick Tracy parody = Ottenheimer-a; From Hair to... EH-Ternity = From Here to Eternity Movie Spoof with Dick Ayers art; Slick Spacey in the 4th Dimension = Dick Tracy in Space with Flying Saucers parody = Ottenheimer-a; Maverick Limericks; Underwater Agent; Old Mold Cigarettes; G/VG = $39.00)

#6(8/1954; PRE-CODE; BIG BREASTED Blonde Woman SEXUAL Innuendo-c; Fred Ottenheimer cover & art; Jon D'Agostino lettering; The H-Bum = Superhero spoof, with Frankenstein & Dick Tracy parody = Ottenheimer-a; From Hair to... EH-Ternity = From Here to Eternity Movie Spoof with Dick Ayers art; Slick Spacey in the 4th Dimension = Dick Tracy in Space with Flying Saucers parody = Ottenheimer-a; Maverick Limericks; Underwater Agent; Old Mold Cigarettes; FA/G, Centerfold pages Missing, B&W photocopy replacement pages included, reading copy = $12.00) ; #7(12/1954; PRE-CODE; SOLD OUT);


E-MAN (1973-1975; classic STATON-a in all; 6,7,9,10=BYRNE-a; 5=Ditko); #1-10;

E-MAN (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #1,#2(SOLD OUT), #3,4,#9, #10(1977; SOLD OUT)


EMERGENCY (Color Comic; TV); *** See Also = B&W Comics Magazine (Listed in MAG section below);

#1,2,3,4

#2[2 page TEXT-s, with illos by JOHN BYRNE];

#3[LOW Print & Scarcer issue; "Trial By Fire" = 2 page TEXT-s, with illos by JOHN BYRNE];



EMERGENCY DOCTOR #1(Summer 1963; One-Shot; Scarce; One-Shot; County General Hospital; Dr Terry Starr & Nurse Anne Adair);



FANTASTIC GIANTS Volume-2 #24(One-Shot; classic DITKO-a; 68 page Squarebound Giant; ORIGINS of KONGA & GORGA-c/s; Konga-s = 22 pages Ditko-a; Hogar-s = 10 pgs new Ditko; GORGO = 22 pages Ditko-a; Mountain Monster = 10 pgs new Ditko-a);



FIGHTIN' AIR FORCE

#5,10,#11(68 Page Giant; 3/1958; G/VG = $15.00); #12(100 Page Giant; 10/1958; A-BOMB Splash Page & Story, USA Nukes RUSSIA story; Good+ = $22.00)

#16,18, 21,25,28-32,3,35,36,38,39,41,43-46,49; 50; #51(2nd app American Eagle-c/s; G/VG=$4; G=$3) #52(3rd app American Eagle-c/s; VG/FN=$6)



FIGHTIN' ARMY (Formerly Soldier and Marine Comics; See Captain Willy Schultz) #30,32,33, 34,37,39-50, 52-56,58-61, 63, 65,69, 71,72,74-77,79,81-92,94-102,104-172;


FIGHTIN' ARMY (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #108(1977)




FIGHTIN' FIVE (Charlton Comics Pub; Original Series #28-41 = 1964-1967; #42-49 = Reprint Series from 1981-1982);

#28 (1964; First issue; First appearance of America’s Super Squad the FIGHTIN’ FIVE = Fight / Frenchy, Irv, Granite, Hennessy & Tom-Tom; ASK);

#28-41 = all IN STOCK (in G to FN Range Lower Grades) = ASK:

#29(10/1964; Second issue in series; Aztec Destroyers-c/s; They Made a Man; Giordano-c; Montes/Bache-a; ASK);

#32(5/1965; Image of Glory; One More Mission;  ASK);

#33(7/1965; Cult of the Black Dragon; Peace Corps Patsy; ASK);

#38(7/1966; Plans of S.A.T.A.N.-.c/s; Man to Man; ASK);

#39(9/1966; ZERU & 5 Trails to Death-c/s; Experiment 74; ASK);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; NM-, 9.2 = $199.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; VF+, 8.5 = $99.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; VF, 8.0 = $79.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; VG/FN, 5.0 = $39.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; VG, 4.0 = $29.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; G/VG, 3.0 = $22.00);

#40 (11/1966; Agents of D.E.A.T.H.-c/s; FIRST appearance & ORIGIN of Christopher Smith the original PEACEMAKER in “Introducing the PEACEMAKER” 8 page Solo story, and Back-Up Series Begins = Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series; FA/G, 1.5 = $12.00);

#41 (1/1967; LAST issue in Original 1960’s Series; Monster from Abyss-c/s; Second appearance of the PEACEMAKER Backup story in “The War Peddler”  = Joe Gill-s & Pat Boyette-a; ASK);

#42(10/1981; Series Returns and Begins Reprinting the 1960’s FIGHTIN’ FIVE series, beginning with #28 the First issue; ASK)

#43-44 (FIGHTIN’ FIVE #29 and #30 reprints)

#45(5/1982; FIGHTIN’ FIVE #31 reprint; NM-, 9.2 = $7);

#46-48(FIGHTIN’ FIVE #32-36 reprints)

#49(12/1982; LAST issue; FIGHTIN’ FIVE #38 reprint)




FIGHTIN' MARINES (Formerly St Johns Pub; CHARLTON Pub issues; 1958;)#29, 32,33,35,37,38,42-50,52-59, 61,62, 64,65-67,69-72, 74-176;


FIGHTIN' MARINES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #120(1977)

FIGHTIN' MARINES misbound with Billy Kid inside, error issue;


FIGHTIN NAVY (1956-1984) #82(68 Page Giant; 3/1958; Glanzman-a; G/VG = $10.00) #83(100 Page Giant; 9/1958; FA/G = $7.00);

#84-86,88,89,94-96, 99-102, #104-111,113-120,122,125-133;


FIRST KISS - #1(12/1957; appears VG, but with brittle splitting spine thus Poor $2); #10,13-16,18,23,24,25,27,31,33-35,37-39;


FLASH GORDON - #12(1st Charlton issue; Crandall-c/a); #13(15pgs Jeff Jones-a); - #14-16; #17(Brick Bradford-s); #18(early KALATA-a = 3rd Pro art?; LAST Charlton issue);



FLINTSTONES (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1970-1977; Based on the classic Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoons)

#1 (11/1970; Flintstones and Pebbles cover title; FIRST  Charlton appearance of the FLINTSTONES; GCD Lists Stories including; Flintstones in Start 'Em Young! (with Pebbles Flintstone; Fred Flintstone; Wilma Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Betty Rubble; Bamm-Bamm Rubble);  Flintstones in the Private Eyes (with Fred Flintstone; Mr Slate; Barney Rubble; Rocky; Muggsy (villains); Perry Gunite);  Flintstones in the Bulldozer (with Fred Flintstone; Barney Rubble; Mr Slate; Wilma Flintstone; Dino); Cover (by Ray Dirgo?) features; Wilma Flintston; Fred Flintstone; Pebbles Flintstone; ASK); #2-10,12-21,23-30,32-50; #37( "The Wonder Wagon" = 2 page TEXT-s, with illos by JOHN BYRNE]; #42 [2 page TEXT-s, with illos by JOHN BYRNE];



FOR LOVERS ONLY #60-69, #70 (3/73; Spanking Panel; Danny Bonaduce pinup),71, #72(7/1973; Blonde Girl Lingerie-c & 2-page Lingerie centerfold pinup; Sattler-a); 73-87;

FOXHOLE (1955) - #7;


FRANK MERRIWELL AT YALE (6/1955) #2(8/55; overall G/VG, but with paint & glue on cover, thus FA/G $5);


FREDDY (Formerly My Little Margie's Boy Friends ; also see Blue Bird; #12 first issue) #12(6/1958; FIRST issue; introducing Freddy); #14,15,17-19,22-47;



FRONTIER SCOUT, DAN’L BOONE

#10(#1; 1/1956;FN+ $42; VG=$25); #11(VG/FN $18); #12(6/1956; G/VG=$12); #14(3/1965);



FUNNY ANIMALS (1st Series)

#85; #91(2/56; LAST issue; Sherlock Monk, Happy, Fuzzy, Benny-c/s; G/VG $16);


FUNNY ANIMALS (2nd Series, 9/84) #1,2;


GERONIMO JONES (Western; 1971-73); #1-9;

GERONIMO JONES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #7(1978);


GHOSTLY HAUNTS (Charlton Comics Pub; 1-19=formerly Ghost Manor 1st series; 20-43 = "Echoes of the Spirit World");

#20 (9/1971; FIRST issue under this New Title; Hostess Winnie the Witch begins; Pete Morisi-a; Joe Gill-s; Sam Glanzman-a; For the Bride Who Wants Everything-c/s = Jean Elier-c/a; SCARCE; VG, 4.0 = $10.00); #21-27,29-58;

GHOSTLY HAUNTS (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #40(1977= SOLD OUT); 41(1978);


GHOSTLY TALES (1971-1978; Horror); #55-169;


GHOST MANOR (Echoes of the Spirit Worlds; 1968-1971; 1st Series) #1-19;


GHOST MANOR (Visit ... If You Dare; 2nd series; 1971 - 1984) #1-77;

GHOST MANOR (2nd series; 1971/84) (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #19(1977= SOLD OUT);


GIANT COMICS #3(CHRISTMAS BOOK; RARE; Winter/1957;100 Page Giant including covers; Atomic Mouse,Lil Genius, Atomic Rabbit, Lil Tomboy,Atom the Cat;G=$22);


GO-GO {Join the IN Crowd - Were so IN .. Were Out} (1966-1967; Charlton comics pub; Ms Bikini Love; Wild Parody/Teenage/Humor series);

#1 = ASK;

#3(10/1966; Blooperman begins; 1pg Batman & Robin spoof; Photo's of Lovin Spoonful & the Byrds; ROLLING STONES Spoof-c/s; Peculiar Place with Them Warlocks-s; Ms Bikini Love & Secret Agent Man-s; VF, 8.0 = $40);

#4(12/1966; Super-Hero & TV Satire by Jim Aparo; Grass Green begins; 2nd app Blooperman; Photo's of Mamas and Papas & the Cyrkle; ROLLING STONES Spoof-c/s; Peculiar Place with Them Warlocks-s; Ms Bikini Love & Ajax Strong-s);

#5(2/1967; 3rd app Blooperman; 2 x Photo's of Sonny & Cher; ROLLING STONES Spoof-c/s; JLA spoof; Peculiar Place with Them Warlocks-s; Ms Bikini Love-s = Dracula app; SOLD OUT);

#6(4/1967; Last Blooperman; Jim Aparo-a; Parody of JLA & DC Super-Heroes vs marvel Super-Heroes; Elvis Presley parody; Petula Clark & Hollies photo's; Peculiar Place with Them Warlocks-s; Superella-s = superheroine Cinderella spoof; Ms Bikini Love & Ajax Strong in Hawaii-s; VG=$16);

#8 = ASK;


GOOD HUMOR (Adult Cartoons; NO comics code);

1977(April),

1978(May),

#9 (Summer/1964; 100 pages; part color & part B&W; 2 cartoons on cover = Bob Tupper & Wyatt-a; WENZEL back-c plus 3 interior pages; Also art by Engleman, Trogdon Lutner, Wagner, Zahn & others; Scarce; FN $15);

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GORGO (1961-1965; Horror based on MGM Movie);

#1 (5/1961; Ditko art; FN/VF=$149);

#2(DITKO-c/s; G/VG $22); #3(Ditko art; G $16);

#3(DITKO-c/a; VG=$30); #4(Ditko-c);

#5, #6(VF/NM, 9.0 = $129.00; VG=$20)

#7(VG/FN=$25; VG=$20; G/VG=$15);

#9(FN=$30; GVG=$15); #10, #11(DITKO-c/a);

#12(Reptisaurus x-over; Montes/Baches-a,

#13-15,

#17(Montes/Baches-a; VG/FN $16); #18(Montes/Baches-a; G/VG $10); #19(Montes/Baches-a; VF=$42; VG=$13);

#20(Giordano cover; Montes/Baches-a; G/VG $10), #21(Montes/Baches-a; VF minus=$35.00; FN=$20);

#22(Montes/Baches-a; FN/VF=$29; VG=$13); #23(9/1965; LAST issue; Montes/Baches-a; FN/VF=$29; FN=$20);


GORGO'S REVENGE #1;


GRAND PRIX (Racing Cars; 1967-1970); #16(First issue), 17-19,22-31;


THE GREAT GAZOO (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; Flintstones) #1-20;

THE GREAT GRAPE APE (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon) #1,2;

THE GREEN PLANET (Science Fiction One-Shot) #1;


Gunfighters (Charlton; formerly Kid Montana; #53-85 are All Reprints; some have

New Cover-a; 81-85 = Scarcer, due to Lower Print Runs) = IN STOCK;

#51(10/1966; FIRST Issue); #52(10/1967; 9pgs Jim Aparo-a); #53(6/1979);

#52,54-59; #60(Origin Kid Montana); #61-69; #70(1st app Gunmaster-r);

#71-78; #79(all Cheyenne Kid issue); #80(all Jim Bowie issue); #81; #82(Younger Gang-c & 3-part story-r);

#83; #84(8pgs Ditko-a); #85(7/1984; 3xBulls Eye-s = Simon & KIRBY-ax3);

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Gunfighters (Charlton) Contents info;

Annie Oakley-s = #53-58,70-74; **** Apache Lore-s = #53; **** Bat Masterson-s= #55; Billy the kid-s= #81,83,84;

**** Black Fury-s= #62,63,65; **** Bulls Eye-s= #85(x3); Cheyenne Kid-s= #56,57,62,64-67,69,73,79(x4);

**** Cheyenne Kid-c= #62,79; Geronimo-s= #67; **** Gunmaster-s= #70,71,74,76; **** Jesse James Gang-s = #53,55;

Franklin Kane-s = #51; **** Jim Bowie-c/s(x4)= #80; Kid Montana-s= #60,61,63-69,71-74,76-78; **** Kid Montana-c= #65; **** Lash Larue-s= #58,61,68,70; Loco-s= #75 ; **** Masked Raider-s= #59,61-63,66; **** Maverick Marshall-s= #58,59;

Pony Express-s= #71; **** Rocky Lane's Blackjack-s = #78; **** Sherrif of Tombstone-s= #55-58;

Sherrif of Tombstone-c= #56; **** Sherrif Shorty-s= #85; **** Texas Rangers-s= #59,60,75,76,78,81,83 ;

Texas Rangers-c= #83 ; **** Wild Bill Hickok-s = #53(x2),54,57,61,62,64,66,67,69,70,72,73,78;

Wyatt Earp-s= #55,56,59-61,70-72,74; **** Younger Gang-c & 3-part-s= 82;

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Gunfighters (Charlton) Artists;

Jim Aparo-a = #52,83; **** Jim Aparo-c = #83; **** Bill Black-c (new cover-a)= #70,71,73,74,77,78 ;

Bill Black-c?= #63,72 ; **** Chasal-a= #59,70(x2),71,72(x2),73,74; **** Luis Dominguez-c/a(x3) = #79 ;

Gene Day/Joseph Erslavas-c= #76; **** DITKO-a= #84; **** Giordano/Mastroserio-c= #57;

Russ Jones-c= #51; **** Jack Keller-a= #58; **** Rocke Mastroserio-a= #53,58,76,82; Mastroserio-c= #53,59,82; **** Montes/Bache-a= 76; **** Pete Morisi-c= #65; Pete Morisi-a= #59,60,62-71,75,77; **** Pete Morisi-a?= #53,54,58; **** Pete Morisi-a (x 2-3 each) = #61; Nicholas/Alascia-a= #51,75,77,78; **** Nicholas/Trapani-a= #68,70,72; **** Rudi Palais-a = #84;

RAM-a= #69; **** Miguel A. Repetto-a= #75,81; **** Severin-a= #56,57,59,62,64-66,81,83,84;

Severin-c= #62,64,66,67; **** Severin-c?= #56; **** Simon & KIRBY-a = #85(x3);

Verne-c= #75; **** Williamson/Severin-c= #56; **** Williamson/Torres-a= #53,54;

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GUNMASTER (becomes Judo Master #89 on) #1-3,84-89;


HANNA-BARBERA PARADE (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoons = MANY characters)

#1(9/1971; Higher Grade = ASK; VG/FN=$29);;

#2,4-10;


HANNA-BARBERA SUMMER PICNIC Volume-1 #3;


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HAUNTED --- ("Baron Weirwulf's Haunted Library" on cover of #21 up; Charlton; 1971-1984)

#1(9/1971; all DITKO-c/a issue; Slave Ghost-s; 8 + 8 + 8 = 24 Pages of DITKO-a); #2(11/1971; DITKO-c/a; Dibiju-s; Himes-a; Boyette-a);

#3(1/1972; DITKO-c/a; Morisi-a; Himes-a; Boyette-a); #4(2/1972; DITKO-c/a; Boyette-a; Gestapo/Nazi-a);

#5(4/1972; DITKO-c; 2xDITKO-a; Immortality/Witchcraft-s; Perlin/Alascia-a);

#6(6/1972; DITKO-c; Nicholas/Alascia-a; Wayne Howard-a; Demetrio Sánchez Gómez-a);

#7(8/1972; DITKO-c; 2xDITKO-a; Morisi-a; 1pg Boyette-a; Spider-s; VG/FN $); #8(10/1972; Jack Abel-c; DITKO-a; Himes-a; VG/FN $);

#9(12/1972; Shutan-c/s; Brother Satan-s; Sanho Kim-a; Wayne Howard-a; Pat Boyette-c/a); #10(1/1973; Sutton-c/a; Sattler-a; Abel-a; Voodoo-c/s);

#11(2/1973; DITKO-c/a; Morisi, Staton-a); #12(5/1973; Joe Staton-c/a; DITKO-a; Nicholas/Wayne Howard-a; VG/FN $);

#13(7/1973; DITKO-c/a; Boyette-a; Morisi-a); #14(9/1973; DITKO-c/a; Boyette-a; Abel, Boyette-a);

#15(11/1973; Harley the Teddy Bear-s; classic Woman in BONDAGE vs Spiders-c by Sutton; Abel-a; Nicholas/Alascia-a; DITKO-a; VG/FN $);

#16(6/1974; DITKO-c/a; Wayne Howard-a; Williamsune-a; Ghost-s); #17(7/1974; Sutton painted-c; Sutton -a; 1 page Newton-a; Morisi-a; Boyette-a);

#18(10/1974; Staton-c/a; DITKO-a; Wayne Howard-a); #19(12/1974; Morisi-a; Joe Gill-s/ Sanho Kim-a; Boyette-c/a);

#20(2/1975; Mountain of Fear-c/s = classic-c & 23 pages of art by Tom SUTTON);

#21(4/1975; 1st app Baron Weirwulf-c/s; classic Painted-c by Don Newton; Newton-a; Boyette & Staton-a; Sutton-a);

#22(6/1975; Newton painted-c; Howard-a; Staton-a; 1 pg Newton-a; Sutton-a); #23(9/1975; Sutton-c/a; DITKO-a; Morisi-a; Devil-s);

#24(11/1975; DITKO-a; Larson-a; Witchcraft-s; Sutton-c; Devil-s); #25(1/1976; Sutton painted-c; 6 pages DITKO-a; Wayne Howard-a; Sutton-a);

#26(3/1976; Werewolf-c/s; ZECK, Bolle & Cuti-a); #27(5/1976; Sutton-c/a; 5/1976; Brain Fever-c/s; Recreo Studio-a; Nicholas/Alascia-a);

#28(7/1976; DITKO-a; ZECK-c; Frank Bolle-a; Nicholas/Alascia-a);

#29(9/1976; Larson-c/a; Ghost-s; Satan-s; 1 pg on E.A. Poe, H.P. Lovecraft & Ray Bradbury = Bolle-a); #30(11/1976; DITKO-c/a; Staton-a; Perlin-a);

#31(9/1977; Enrique Nieto-c; the SKULL-c/s; Haunted Man-s; Frankenstein, Werewolf & Edgar Allan Poe-s = Sutton-a);

#32(10/1977; Wayne Howard-c & 2 x Art; F. Nieto-a); #33(12/1977; Werewolf-s = Morisi-a; Lucifer/Devil-s = Staton-c/a; Piscopo-a);

#34(2/1978; F. Nieto-c/a; DITKO-a); #35(4/1978; Staton-c/a; 1pg Newton-a; Sutton-a); #36(5/1978; DITKO-a; Sutton-c/a; Nicholas/Alascia-a);

#37(7/1978; FIENDISH FEMALES Special Issue; Nicholas/Alascia-a; Boyette-a; Sutton-a);

#38(10/1978; Staton-c/a; Nudity panels; Nicholas/Alascia-a; Sutton-a); #39(12/1978; DITKO-a; Whipping panels; Sutton-c & Art x 2);

#40(2/1979; 8 pages DITKO-a; Abel-c; Swamp Monster-c/s); #41(3/1979; Morisi-a; Vampire Lives-s = Boyette-a; DITKO-c/a; Skeleton-c);

#42(6/1979; Woman in BONDAGE-c with Spiders by SUTTON; Teddy Bear-s = Abel-a; Alascia-a; 8 pages DITKO-a);

#43(7/1979; Sanho Kim-a; Bros Satan-s; Wayne Howard-a; Boyette-a; Graveyard-c by Roche);

#44(9/1979; Mountain of Fear-c/s = classic-c & 23 pages of art by Tom SUTTON);

#45(10/1979; Surfing-c; Rock Star-s = Staton-a; Plague-s = Wayne Howard-a; 1pg Newton-a; Stunt Cycle Rider-s = Sutton-a);

#46(12/1979; Wayne Howard-a; Alascia-a; Fortune Teller-s; Aztec Fortune-c/s);

#47(1/1980; Werewolves-c/s = DITKO-c/a; Mike ZECK-a; Boyette-a; Bondage & Whipping panels);

#48(3/1980; Execution-c/s = DITKO-c/a; Morisi-a); #49(5/1980; All DITKO issue-c/a; 4 x Mysterious Traveler reprints-c/s);

#50(7/1980; Dr Graves & Ultimate Evil-c/s = DITKO-c/a; Morisi-a; Don Newton & Adkins-a);

#51(10/1980; ALL Steve DITKO-c/a issue-c/a; Anniversary issue, reprints #1; Slave Ghost-c/s);

#52(12/1980; DITKO-c/a; Sutton-a; Boyette-a); #53(1/1981; DITKO-a; Boyette-c/a; Mummy-c/s; Morisi-a);

#54(3/1981; Clown-c/s = Boyette-c/a; Hitchhiker-s = Abel-a; WITCH Hunts-s = DITKO-a);

#55(5/1981; Sea Monster-c/s = Sutton-c/a; Frankenstein-s = Morisi-a; Vampires cameo; Boyette-a; 1ph on Houdini = Newton-a);

#56(7/1981; Shaman-c/s = DITKO-c/a;; Frankenstein, Werewolf, Edgar Allan Poe-s = Sutton-a);

#57(9/1981; Jaws of the Dragon-c/s = DITKO-c/a; Wayne Howard-a);

#58(10/1981; Raven-c/s = DITKO-c/a;; Mike ZECK-a; Brain Fever-s = Sutton-a; Werwolf app);

#59(1/1982; Man who Played God-c/s; Dan Reed & John Beatty-c/a; Sorceress-s = Staton-a; 8 pages Don Newton-a);

#60(2/1982; DITKO-c/a; Mike ZECK-a; Boyette-a); #61(4/1982; Boyette-a; Satan-a; Greed-c/s = Morisi-c/a; Sutton-a;Satan-s; 1pg Bolle-a);

#62(7/1982; O'Connell-c; Vampire Hanover-s = Boyette-a; Hairy One, Tarantula-s = Sutton-a; Vosburg-a);

#63(9/1982; Ghostly Gallery, BONDAGE-c/s = Wayne Howard-c & 16 pages-a; Werewolf-s = Staton-a);

#64(11/1982; Sutton-c/a; Voodoo/Pirates-s; 1 pg Loch Ness Monster-s; 2pgs Newton-a; CATS-c/s; DITKO-a);

#65(12/1982; ALL WET" issue; Lighthouse-c; 10pgs DITKO-a; Wayne Howard 1pg-a; Mermaid-s, Morisi-a; Kraken-s; F. Nieto-a);

#66(3/1983; Sutton-c/a; Majira Shindi of India-s = DITKO-a; Horse Racing-s = Palais-a);

#67(4/1983; Sutton-c/s; DITKO-a; Morisi-a); #68(7/1983; Sutton-c/s; DITKO-a; Antonio-a);

#69(9/1983; DITKO-c/a; Perlin/Alascia; Morisi-a); #70(11/1983; DITKO-c/a; Perlin-a; Boyette-a; 1pg Sutton-a = SOLD OUT);

#71(1/1984; LOW PRINT & SCARCER; DITKO-c/a; Haunted Man-s; Arizona Ghost Town-s = Boyette-a; 1pg VAMPIRE-s = Larson-a);

#72(3/1984; LOW PRINT & SCARCER; Staton-c/a; Abel-a; Hanging Man-s);

#73(5/1984; LOW PRINT & SCARCER; FOG issue; Fiend In the Fog-c/s = classic Tim Sutton-c & 16 pages Art; Lost In the Fog-s = Sanho Kim-a);

#74(7/1984; LOW PRINT & SCARCER; DITKO-c/a; Abel-a; Witch Doctor-s);

#75(9/1984; LOW PRINT & SCARCER; LAST issue; Rich Larson-c/a; Nicholas & Howard-a);

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HAUNTED LOVE - "Tales of GOTHIC Romance" (1973-1975; Charlton Pub; All-New Stories & Art in all issues; all are Uncommon to SCARCE)

#1(4/1973; SCARCE; Tom SUTTON cover & 16 pages art; Joe Staton-a);

#3(8/1973; SCARCE; Fiend in the Fog / 1831 England-c/s = Tom SUTTON cover & 16 pages art; Brainfever-s = Staton-a);

#4(10/1973; Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead, Satan app = 8pgs Steve DITKO-a; Joe Staton-c & 16 pages art);

#5(12/1973; Mother's Boy-c/s = Tom SUTTON cover & 8 pages art; Curse of the Byrnwyres, with semi-Nude Bath panels = Joe Staton-a; 7 pgs Steve DITKO-a);

#6(10/1974; Sleep My Love = 1906 France-s = Tom SUTTON cover & 16 pages art; HYPO needle panels; Fred Himes-a; Devils Contract text-s);

#7(1/1975; House of Fear-c/s = Enrique Nieto-c/a; Sanho Kim-a; Hounds of Hell-s = Boyette-a);

#8(3/1975; Painted cover by Don Newton; Killer Wolves = Pete Morisi-a; Charles Nicholas & Wayne Howard-a; Sanho Kim-a);

#9(5/1975; Painted cover by Don Newton; Werewolf-s = Sanho Kim-a; Pat Boyette-a; Sutton = 2pgs illustrated text-s; Fog Island = Enrique Nieto-a);

#10(7/1975; Painted cover by Tom Sutton; 2pgs Pat Boyette-a; 6pgs Tom Sutton-a; 16 pages Enrique Nieto-a; Eternal Love-s);

#11(9/1975; Scarcer LAST issue; Painted cover of Nude under bubbles Woman swimming with Creatures by Tom Sutton; 1pg Larson-a; Ghost-s = Nicholas & Alascia-a; 2pgs illustrated Text-s = Steve Ditko/Sanho Kim-a; 11 pages Tom Sutton-a);


HAUNTED LOVE (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #1(1978);


HEE HAW (TV) #1-7;


HERCULES (Glanzman & Aparo art; 1967-68); #1-13;

*** See Also = B&W Comics Magazine (Listed in MAG section below);

HERCULES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #10(1977), 11(1978);


HI AND LOIS (based on Newspaper Comics Strip) #1-11;

HIGH SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL DIARY - #1-3,5,6,7,9,10,10(minor implied Date RAPE theme; G $9.00);


HOLI-DAY SUPRISE (formerly Li'l Genius & SUMMER FUN #54) --- #55(March/1967; One-Shot Squarebound Giant; Scrooge / a Christmas Carol-s; Santa Claus-c/app; Little Rufus-s; Story of Christmas; Story of Hanuka-s; Puzzles & Games - SOLD OUT );


HOLLYWOOD ROMANCES

#46(November/1966; FIRST issue; Scarce;1-1/2" x 1-3/4" Group Photo of the ROLLING STONES on cover; Book-Length 30 page story "Three Roads to Stardom"; 2 page BIO on the ROLLING STONES inside with 9 Photo's; ASK);

#47,49,50,52,54-58;


HONG KONG PHOOEY ( Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; 1975-76 ) #1-9;


HOT ROD RACERS #1,2,5,6,8,10-14;


HOT RODS AND RACING CARS (1951-1973)

#18(9/1954; Pre-Code; Store Stamp on-c, VG = $25.00);

#36, 37, 41,42,48, 50-52,56,60,61,62,66-69,73, 74,75,79-83,85-90,92,93-95,97-99, 101,103,105,108-116,119,120;


HOUSE OF YANG (1975-1976; Charlton Pub; classic SANHO KIM art; PAINTED covers on all);

#1(7/1975; SANHO KIM-c/a; VF=$15; FN/VF=$11; FN=$8; VG=$5);

#2(SANHO KIM-c/a; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#3(SANHO KIM-c/a; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#4(SANHO KIM-c/a; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#5(4/1976; Shark-c; Sattler painted-c/a; Gomez/Fuentesman-a; VF/NM, 9.0 = $14; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#6(6/1976; Warren Sattler painted-c; Sattler-a; VF/NM, 9.0 = $14; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4);



HOUSE OF YANG (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #1,#2(1978);



HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (Charlton Pub; 11/1970-1/1972; Hanna-Barbera TV Animated Catoons; all-New Stories & Art);

#1(11/1970; Pixie & Dixie app on cover; Frank Johnson-a;1pg Ding-a-Ling; Beware = 3pg Crocodile-s by Himes; VG=$13; G/VG=$10; FA/G=$7);

#2(1/1971; Fishing-c/s; Ray Dingo-c; Animals at War-s by Himes; Yankee Stadium-s; FN=$12; VG/FN=$10; G=$5);

#3(3/1971; Pixie & Dixie app on cover; Ray Dingo-c; Moon rocket-s; Fishing-s; Touche & Dum-Dum-s; 1pg Jetsons; VG/FN=$10; VG=$8; G/VG=$6; G=$5);

#4(3/1971; Huck as Fireman-c; Pixie & Dixie app on cover; Ray Dingo-c; Aliens & Race Car-s; Pirates-s; Bravest Knight-s; Jolly Green Giant-s; Frank Johnson-a; VF=$22; VG/FN=$10; G/VG=$6; G=$5);

#5(7/1971; Pixie & Dixie-c/app; Ray Dingo-c; Secret Agent-s; Hokey Wolf, Pixie & Dixie-s; 1pg Yogi Bear; Wally Gator app; FN=$12; VG=$8; G/VG=$6; G=$5);

#6(9/1971; Circus-c; Pixie & Dixie-c/app; Ray Dingo-c/a; Lonesome Louis Skunk-s; G/VG $6);

#7(11/1971; Pixie baseball-c; Ray Dingo-c/a; Pixie & Dixie app; Foreign Legion-s; Horror-s; 1pg Augie Doggie; 1pg Magilla Gorilla; FN=$12; G/VG=$6; G=$5);

#8(1/1972; LAST issue; Pixie & Dixie-c/app; Ray Dingo-c/a; Christmas-s; 1pg Fat Dan & Bobbin; 1pg Byrds; 1pg Little Toodles; 2pgs Top Cat-s; FN/VF=$17; VG/FN $10);



HUNK (Jon D'Agostino art) #1-8,10,11;


I LOVE YOU - #22,26,30,31,33-35,37-39,41,43,45,49-51,53,55,56,58,,63-77,79,81-87,89,90,92,94-96, 100-102,105-128,130;


THE IRON CORPORAL (Low Print Run); #23-25;


JERRY DRUMMER #10(First issue), #11(2nd issue);

#12(10/57; 3rd & LAST issue; VG minus $13);



THE JETSONS (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon) #1(11/1970); 2-20;


JIM BOWIE (1955? to 1957); #18(1/1957; 1pg Pinup/Bio of Calamity Jane; VG $15); #19;


 

JUDOMASTER (Charlton Comics Pub; 1966-1967; Covers & Art by Frank McLaughlin; formerly Gun Master #84–89; also see Crisis on Infinite Earths, For First appearance of JUDOMASTER = see Special War Series #4; For Second appearance of JUDOMASTER = see Sarge Steel #6);

** JUDOMASTER becomes part of the DC Comics Universe in the 1980's;  ** JUDOMASTER Team affiliations include; United States Army, L.A.W., All-Star Squadron & Birds of Prey, plus his Partnership with Tiger;
#89 (5-6/1966; FIRST issue under this TitleThird appearance of Hadley Rip Jagger aka the original JUDOMASTER and his First SOLO Series Begins; vs Mountain Storm-c/s; Japanese Soldiers & POW camp-s; ASK);
#90 (8/1966; vs Japanese Soldiers-c/s; 2 page Origin of Peter Cannon the THUNDERBOLT backup-s; ; ASK);
#91 (10/1966; Intro the CAT-c/s; First SARGE STEEL Backup story & Backup Series Begins; Peter Cannon the THUNDERBOLT appears; ASK);
#92(12/1966; Intro Nazi SMILING SKULL-c/s; Second SARGE STEEL Backup-s;
ASK);
#93 (2/1967; FIRST appearance of Tanaka aka the TIGER-c/s (later AVATAR at DC Comics); ** TIGER becomes part of the DC Comics Universe in the 1980's; TIGER is later affiliated with DC’s JUSTICE LEAGUE; TIGER is the Sidekick and Partner to JUDOMASTER; TIGER was the Martial Arts instructor for NIGHTSHADE;  Third SARGE STEEL Backup-s; ASK);

#94(4/1967; Second appearance of Tanaka aka the TIGER-c/s; Karate Man vs Bulls-s; Fourth SARGE STEEL-s = Giordano-a; ; ASK);
#95(6/1967;
Intro the ACROBAT-c/s; Fifth SARGE STEEL Backup-s; ; ASK);

#96(8/1967; Second appearance of the ACROBAT-c/s; Sixth SARGE STEEL Backup-s; ; ASK);
#97(10/1967; BOXING-c/s; 7th SARGE STEEL Backup-s; ; ASK);
#98 (12/1967; LAST issue; Isle of DRAGONS = Dinosaurs-c/s; 8th SARGE STEEL Backup-s; ASK);




JUDO MASTER (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #93,94,96,98(1977);


JUNGLE JIM (see also; Dell & King Pub; 1969-70); #22-28;


JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN #1,2, 3,4;


JUST MARRIED #5(10/58; G/VG $6); #6,11,13,14,17,18,21-23,26-28,31,34,36,38,40,41,47-57, #58 (6/68; Spanking Panel); 59-65,67,68,70-71, 73,75-78,80-84,86-93, 95-114;


KID MONTANA (Formerly Davy Crockett Frontier Fighter; The Gunfighter #51 on; #9 first issue)

IN STOCK issues; #12(5/1958; Dumb Dan = Maurice Whitman art; VG+ $10); #17,19,20,23,24,26,29-34,38-43,47-50;


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KID MONTANA *** (Montana Kid on cover #44 up; Charlton Pub);

#12(5/1958; Dumb Dan = Maurice Whitman art;VG/FN $13);

#32(Origin Kid Montana-s); #34(Geronimo-c/s); #35(Snow Monster-c/s); #36(Dinosaur Monster-c/s);

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Chasal-a= #29,30; Giordano/Alascia-c= #12; Giordano-c= #25,31,37,48; Mastroserio-a= #9,11,13,14,22;

Mastroserio-c= #11,14;Masulli/Mastroserio-c= #13; Montes/Bache-c= 42; Nicholas/Alascia-a= #44,48;

Nicholas/Alascia-c= #17; Pete Morisi-c?= #16,36; Pete Morisi-c= #32-34,40,41,44,46; Pete Morisi-a= #13,15;

Pete Morisi-a (x 2-3 each) = #16, 31-50; RAM-a= #11-14,26; Williamson-a= #13 ;

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KONGA (Horror based on Movie Monster; 1960-1965; DITKO-a=1,3-15; DITKO-c=4,6-9; Glanzman-a=12);
#1(1960; Steve DITKO-a; Giordano-c; Writing on Title of Cover, Good, 2 .0 = $30.00);
#1(1960; Steve DITKO-a; Giordano-c; Scarce  6d (6 Pennies / Pre-Decimal, out of the One Shilling or 12 Penny currency) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA; ASK];
#2(8/1961; VG=$25; G/VG=$19); #5(Steve DITKO-a; VG $25);
#9(Steve DITKO-c/a; VG $23); #10(Steve DITKO-c/a);

#11(Steve DITKO-c/a; FN $30); #12(Steve DITKO-a; Glanzman-a; Giordano-c; VG/FN $25);

#16(VG $13); #17(GVG $10); #18(Scourge of Mars / UFO's-c/s; GVG $10);

#19(World Most Ruthless Man-c/s; FN/VF=$29; VG/FN=$16) #20(VG $13);

#21(vs Challenger-c/s; VG=$13); #22(vs Kingmaker-c/s; VG/FN $16);

#23(11/1965; LAST issue; Battles the Creature of Uuang-Ni-c/s; G/VG $10);



KONGA'S REVENGE (Formerly Return of ...)

#3(Fall 1964; The Trojan Queen-c/a; Steve DITKO-c/a; VG/FN=$24);

#1(12/1968; The Trojan Queen-c/a; Steve DITKO-c/a; Reprints KONGA'S REVENGE #3; VF+, 8.5 = $30.00);


KORG: 70,000 B.C. (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; 1975-1976; 2=BYRNE-a) - #1-9; #2( "The Prince and the Serpent" = BYRNE Text illos);



LASH LARUE (Continues from Fawcett series) #48,50-52,54,55, 58,60-#67(68 page Giant);#68(68 page Giant); #69-77,79-84;


LAWBREAKERS (Charlton / Law & Order Magazine Pub)

#1(3/1951; Pre-Code Crime; scarce; ASK);



LAWBREAKERS SUSPENSE STORIES (Charlton pub); #12 (5/1953; Pre-Code Horror; Horror and Crime; Corpse & Ghost-c; Giordano-a; decent "G", reading copy =US$29);

LAWBREAKERS SUSPENSE STORIES (Charlton) #14(1953; Giordano-c/a; Pre-Code; VG $52);


LI'L GENIUS (formerly Super Brat; Summer Fun #54; See Blue Bird & Giant Comics #3)

#7,8,11-#16(68 page Giant); #17(68 page Giant; 4/1958; VG/FN $25); #18(100 Page Giant; 10/1958; G = $15.00); 

#19,24-32,34,40-42,44-46,48-50,52-55;


LI'L GENIUS (Schiff's Shoes Presents ...; 1959) #9,14,15;

LI'L RASCAL TWINS (formerly Nature Boy; Frank Johnson art) #6-8,13,14,17;

LI'L TOMBOY (1956-1960) #94, 97, #100(8/1958; VG=$13; FA/G=$5);#102, #103(G/VG $10); #105, #106(10/1959; FAIR, Centerfold Missing, thus Poor; 3 out of 4 stories are complete = $2.00; another copy available);

#107;


LOVE AND ROMANCE #1-5,7-24;


LOVE DIARY #2(12/58; G/VG $12); #7(11/59; G/VG $10); #9,15,16,17-19,21-24,26,27,30,32,34,39,40,42,43, 45-55,57,58,61,63-69,71-76,78,79,81,82,84-102;


MAGILLA GORILLA (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; 1970-71) #1-5;


MANY GHOSTS OF DOCTOR GRAVES (Horror; 1967-1982; see also Ghostly Tales); - #1-27,29-75;


MANY GHOSTS OF DOCTOR GRAVES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #12,25(1978), 53, 71;


MARCO POLO - #NN (1962; Glanzman cover & 25 pages art; Movie classic; Listed as SCARCE in Overstreet; FA/G = $12);



MARINES ATTACK #1-9;


MARINE WAR HEROES #1(Montes/ Bache cover/art) #2-16;


MARVELS OF SCIENCE #1,4;


MASKED RAIDER (Charlton Pub; Billy the Kid #9 on; Frotier Scout; Daniel Boone #10 – 13; also see Blue Bird)

#2(G = $11.00);  #5(G = $8.00);  #7(Billy the Kid-c/s; VG/FN = $18.00);  #8(Billy the Kid-c/s; VG/FN = $18.00); 

#18,20,21,24,26,27-29;


MASKED RAIDER (Big Shoe Store Giveaway; Blue Bird Comic Presents...;1960 ) #8;


MAVERICK MARSHAL #1,3,5;


MIDNIGHT TALES (Charlton; 1972-1976;nice WAYNE HOWARD-c/a in all issues; Fans used to call Wayne Howard a Wally Wood immitator; All issues have All-New-s/c/a; Series hosted by Midnight Philosopher & Arachne)

#1(12/1972; 1st app Midnight Philosopher & Arachne-c/app; Frankenstein humor-c; Jack Abel-a; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a);

#2(2/1973; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#3(5/1973; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#4(7/1973; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#5(9/1973; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#6(11/1973; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#7(6/1974; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a; "Ooze", "Muck" and "Sludge" stories; Dinosaur-s);

#8(7/1974; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a; "Amnesia"; Genie-c);

#9(10/1974; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a; "Sorceress", Witch-s);

#10(12/1974; Wayne Howard-c/a; Joe Staton-a; Tom Sutton-a; Marionette's-c; 12/1974; Vampire-s;Carnival-s; Dolphins-s);

#11(2/1975; Wayne Howard-c/a; Don NEWTON-a; Staton-a; Beauty Contest-c; Orion-s; Jason-s; Oracle-s);

#12(4/1975; Wayne Howard-c/a; Don NEWTON/Adkins-a; DITKO-a; Dragon-c; Mummy-s; Red Army Ants-s; AbominableSnowmen-s);

#13(6/1975; Wayne Howard-c/a; Don NEWTON/Adkins-a; Demon in Bondage excorcism-c; Insects issue; Staton-a; FLY-s; BEE-s; Scarcb-s);

#14(9/1975; Wayne Howard-c/a; Time Machine issue; Don NEWTON-a; Staton-a);

#15(11/1975; Wayne Howard-c/a; Magic issue; Sutton-a; Larson-a);

#16(1/1976; All Wayne Howard-c/a issue);

#17(3/1976; Shark-c; All Wayne Howard-c/a issue);

#18(5/1976; LAST issue; Tree-Man-s; Synthetic Girl-s; Irin Man/Robots-s; All Wayne Howard-c/a issue);



MIDNIGHT TALES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #12, #17(1977; SOLD OUT);


MONSTER HUNTERS (1975-1977); #1-18;

MONSTER HUNTERS (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #1, #2(1977= SOLD OUT);


MONTANA KID = see “Kid Montana”;

MONTE HALE WESTERN #83,85,86,88;


MR. MUSCLES - #23(8/56; 2nd & LAST issue; VG+ $24);


MY LITTLE MARGIE (TV) #2, #3(G/VG = $20.00);  #4;#5(VG/FN = $36.00);  #7(VG/FN = $36.00);  #8(Infinity cover; G/VG = $22.00);

#10, #20(100 Page Giant; 8/1958) , 21,25,31,32,37,38,40-50;


MY LITTLE MARGIE'S BOY FRIENDS (TV) -

#2(G/VG = $18.00);  #3(VG = $22.00); 

#4-6; #7(VG = $22.00);  #8-11;


My Little Margie’s Fashions #1(G/VG = $24.00);  #2(VG+ = $24.00);  #5(G = $12.00); 


MY ONLY LOVE #1-9;

MY SECRET LIFE #22(G/VG $6); #33,34,38,39;


MYSTERIES OF UNEXPLORED WORLDS (1956-1965; becomes Son of Vulcan Volume 2 #9 on);

#1, #8(6/1958; 5 pages of DITKO-a; G/VG, 3.0 = $59.00);

#9(8/1958; 6 pages of DITKO-a; VG/FN, 5.0 = $89.00);  

#13(6/1959; Green Star-c/s; Mercury-s; Strong Boy/Robot-s; VF=$59; VG/FN=$27; G=$12);

#14(8/1959; VF=$59; FN=$33); #15, #17(3/1960; Negative View; Strange Island; Flying Saucer-s; G=$12);

#19,20,22,#23(3/1961; 8 pages of DITKO-a; Ditko-c; VG, 4.0 = $49.00);

#26-29;

#30(6/1962; 2nd World of Cary; Small World = Civil War soldiers & giant Cat; CREATURE from the Black Lagoon swipe-c/s; G/VG $10);

#31-45;

#46 (5/1965; ORIGIN and FIRST appearance of Johnny Mann aka Halciber Filius aka the SON OF VULCAN, a DemiGod of the Roman Gods of Mount Olympus, created by Pat Masulli and Bill Fraccio; SON OF VULCAN becomes Part of the DC Comics Universe in CRISIS on Infinite Earths, also with most other Charlton Heroes;  ASK)

#47 (5/1965; Second appearance of the SON OF VULCAN-c/s; ASK);

#48 (9/1965; Third appearance of the SON OF VULCAN-c/s; #49-50 = Title Changes to Son of Vulcan; ASK);



MYSTERIOUS SUSPENSE (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1968; for First appearance of the Question = see Blue Beetle #1; See Charlton Bullseye);

*** The QUESTION becomes Part of the DC Comics Universe in CRISIS on Infinite Earths, also with most other Charlton Heroes; The QUESTION is Affiliated at DC Comics with L.A.W. and the BLACK LANTERN CORPS;  [At DC Comics the QUESTION had several SOLO Series; (Question 1987-1990 #1-37) (Question Quarterly 1990-1992 #1-5) (Question 2005-2006 #1-6)];

 #1 (10/1968; Second appearance and RETURN of Charles Victor Szasz aka Vic Sage aka The QUESTION; One-Shot; classic STEVE DITKO-c/a; ASK);



NAVY WAR HEROES #1-7;


NEW CARTOONS (Adult cartoons; NO comics code);

#83(2/1979; 100 Page GIANT; 175 "New" Cartoons; Sexy Adult Cartoons in B&W; Wenzel-c; G/VG $8);


NURSE BETSY CRANE #12,13, 15,16,#16[5/1962; Giordano-c/a; Scarce  9d (9 Pennies / Pre-Decimal) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA];
#23[7/1963; Giordano-c;
Colletta-a? Scarce  9d (9 Pennies / Pre-Decimal) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA];

#23(UK 9d cover price VARIANT, printed in USA); #25,27;


NYOKA THE JUNGLE GIRL #19-22;

NYOKA the Jungle Girl

#20 (2/1957; Maurice Whitman cover & 12 pages art; waterdamaged, thus "G" $13);


OUTER SPACE (1st Series; 1958-1959)

#17(5/1958; FIRST issue; Williamson/Wood style-a, by Sid Check?; G/VG $28);

#19(10/1958; DITKO-a; VG minus = $46);

#21-25;


OUTER SPACE (2nd Series, 11/68) #1(DITKO & Boyette-a);


OUTLAWS OF THE WEST (1957-1980) IN STOCK =

#13(12/57; 3rd issue; VG/FN $18); #14(68 page Giant; 2/58; VG $22);

#17(11/58; G $9); #18(DITKO-a; G/VG $19);

#19, 21,22,25-30,32,34-37,39,40,42,43,45-51,53,55,56,58-79,81-88;


OUTLAWS OF THE WEST (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #64(1977), 79(1978);


Outlaws of the West (Charlton; #1-10 = formerly; Cody of the Pony Express) = CONTENTS INFO;

#11(FIRST Issue; 7/1957); #14(68pgs; 2/58); #18(7pgs Ditko-a); #23(ROCKY LANE-s; 1/60);

#24(Cheyenne Kid-s); #33(Sheriff of Tombstone-s); #34(11/1961; Gunmaster-c/s); #46(Gunmaster-s);

#48(Kid Montana-c/s); #51(12/64; Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch-c/s); #58(4-5/66; Jesse James-c/s);

#60(9/66; Younger Gang-c & 3-part-s); #64(5/1967; 1st app Capt Doom-c/s & begins); #68(Kid Montana series begins);

#73(1st app & Origin Sharp Shooter); #80(Ditko-c/a); #81(Ditko-a; 5/1970); #88(4/80);


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Outlaws of the West (Charlton) Contents info;

Apache Kid-s= #60,69; **** Billy the Kid-s= #11,50; **** Bounty Hunter-s= #34,43; Buffalo Bill-s= #58; **** Butch Cassidy & the Wild Bunch-c/s= #51; **** Calico Kid-s= #88; Captain Doom-c= #64-69,72; **** Captain Doom-s= #64-72,75; **** Cheyenne Kid-s= #24,86,87; Cole Younger-s- #11,69; **** Comanchero-s= #36; **** Crazy Horse-s= #62,66; Davy Crockett-s= #14; **** Gunhawk-s= #18; **** Gunslinger-s= #14,19,83;

Gunmaster-c= #34; **** Gunmaster-s = #34,46; **** Hunters-s= #25; Jesse James-c= #58; **** Jesse James-s= #11,58,69; Kid Montana-c= #48,69-71,73,75,76,78,79,81; **** Kid Montana-s= #48,53,54,68-81,88; Lone Wolf-c/s= #29; **** Masked Raider-s= #33,35,87,88; **** Masked Raider-c= #87; Maverick Marshall-s= #26; **** Moody Brothers-c/s= #59; **** One-Eye Jack-s= #41; Pinkerton Man-s= #27; **** Pony Express-s= #26; **** Red Claw-s= #11; **** Red Cooley-c/s= #52; **** ROCKY LANE-s= #23; **** Rocky Lane's Black Jack-s = #25(Rocky Lane appears); Sharp Shooter-s= #73,74; **** Sheriff of Tombstone-s = #33,86; **** Tumbleweed Kid-s= #17; Will Bill Hickok-s= #86; **** Wild Bunch-s= #25; **** Wyatt Earp-s= #87,88; Younger Gang-c & 3-part-s= 60;

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Outlaws of the West (Charlton) Artists;

Alascia-a= #35; **** Pat Boyette-a= #69; **** Casal-a= #31,32,87,88; **** Ditko-a= #18,80,81; Ditko-c= #80; **** Luis Dominguez-a= #63,65; **** Jordano/Mastroserio-c= #61-63,85;

Giordano-c= #40; **** Glanzman-a= #26; **** E.H. Hart-a= #25; **** iorio/Trapani-a= #14; Jack Keller-c= #19; **** Jack Keller-a= #19(x2),22, 82(x3),83; (Rocke) /Mastroserio-a= #13,19,25,54,55,56(x3),84,88; **** Mastroserio-c= #13,31,36,53,54,59,60,64-69; Masulli/Mastroserio-c= #55,56,84; **** Pat Masulli-c= #33; **** Mobil & Alascia-a= #36;

Bill Montes-a= #24; **** Montes/Alascia-a= #73; **** Pete Morisi-c= #71,73-76,78,81,87; Pete Morisi-a? = #14(x2),41,85(x3),86; **** Pete Morisi-a= #45,48,53,54,68-74,76-81,87,88;

Pete Morisi-a (x 2-3 each) = #17,18,75; **** Nicholas/Alascia-a= #24,39,47-49,61,68,69,73,75,77-81; Nicholas/Alascia-a(x2-3) =42-45,59,62,64-67,70-72,74; **** Nicholas/Alascia-c= #72,86; Nicholas/Trapani-a= #14; **** Rudi Palais-a= #64; **** Don Perlin-a= #78; **** RAM-a= #11,14,21; RAM-c= #23; **** Miguel A. Repetto-a= #76; **** John Severin-a= #86,87; **** M.Waldinger-a= #58,51; Maurice Whitman-c= #11,14;


OUTLAWS OF THE WEST #NN (British Edition);


OUT OF THIS WORLD (Charlton Comics Pub; 1956-1959); -

#1(1956);

#5(Ditko-a x 3; G, but last page missing = $18.00);

#8 (68 page GIANT; 2 x DITKO-a; FA/G = $30);

#9 (8/1958; 2 x  DITKO-a = 3 pages & 5 pages; Ditko-c; FA/G, 1.5 = $24.00);

#13-15;



PARTRIDGE FAMILY (Charlton Pub; 1971-1973; Based on the 96 Episode, 4 Season TV Series with David Cassidy; Humourous Family adventures of POP Musicians;
The Group the “Partridge Family” was Inspired by & directly Based on the real life group “the COWSILLS” = see Harvey Comics; >> TV Series Created by Bernard Slade;

**** Starring; Shirley Jones as Shirley Partridge, David Cassidy as Keith Partridge, Susan Dey as Laurie Partridge, Danny Bonaduce as Danny Partridge, Suzanne Crough as Tracy Partridge, Dave Madden as Reuben Kincaid, Brian Forster as Christopher Partridge; PHOTO Covers = #1,8,15-19); - #1-4,6-10,12-15,18,20,21;



PEACEMAKER (3-11/1967; Charlton Comics Pub; Original Series; See FIGHTINFIVE #40,41 for First Two appearances of PEACEMAKER; Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series)

#1 (3/1967; Third appearance PEACEMAKER, and First issue of His Own Series under his Own Title BEGINS  in The Killer on the Reef-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a; Russians & NUCLEAR BOMB Story; Dick Giordano on the cancellation of Fightin' Five; BIO of Pat Boyette, with Photo;  Peacemaker in the Hidden Power = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-a;  FIGHTIN’ FIVE Begins in Ruler of Darkness, Continued from Fightin' 5 #41 = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

#2 (5/1967; Fourth appearance PEACEMAKER in The Survivors-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a; Peacemaker Patter = Joe Gill & Ernie Bache; BIO on Joe Gill & Ernie Bache with Photo’s; Peacemaker  in The Ultimatum = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-a;  FIGHTIN’ FIVE with new Female Member in the Canadian Caper = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

#3 (7/1967; Fifth appearance PEACEMAKER in Our Future World-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a;  FIGHTIN’ FIVE  in Special Prisoner = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

#4 (9/1967; Sixth appearance PEACEMAKER in the ORIGIN of PEACEMAKER-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a;   FIGHTIN’ FIVE  in the Card Carrier Part-1 of 2-Part-s = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

#5 (11/1967; Seventh & LAST Original appearance of PEACEMAKER in the The Fire World-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a;   FIGHTIN’ FIVE  in the Card Carrier Part-2 of 2-Part-s = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

PEACEMAKER (1978; MODERN Comics Pub; Reprint VARIANT Editions; See FIGHTINFIVE #40,41 for First 2 appearances od PEACEMAKER; Created by writer Joe Gill and artist Pat Boyette; In the 1980’s, after Charlton ceased publishing, DC COMICS started buying up the Charlton Superhero Characters; PEACEMAKER first appeared at DC comics in the 1-4/1988 Peacemaker Limited Series)

#1 (1978 Reprint of the 1967 Charlton Comic; Third appearance PEACEMAKER, and First issue of His Own Series under his Own Title BEGINS  in The Killer on the Reef-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a; Russians & NUCLEAR BOMB Story; Dick Giordano on the cancellation of Fightin' Five; BIO of Pat Boyette, with Photo;  Peacemaker in the Hidden Power = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-a;  FIGHTIN’ FIVE Begins in Ruler of Darkness, Continued from Fightin' 5 #41 = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);

#2 (1978 Reprint of the 1967 Charlton Comic; Fourth appearance PEACEMAKER in The Survivors-c/s = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-c/a; Peacemaker Patter = Joe Gill & Ernie Bache; BIO on Joe Gill & Ernie Bache with Photo’s; Peacemaker  in The Ultimatum = Joe Gill-s, Pat Boyette-a;  FIGHTIN’ FIVE with new Female Member in the Canadian Caper = Joe Gill-s, Bill Montes/ Ernie Bache-a; ASK);



PEBBLES and BAMM-BAMM {Teen-Age...} (Hanna Barbera; Flinstones TV Cartoon); #1,2,4-36;


PHANTOM (1-17=Gold Key; 18-28=King Pub; 29= NOT Published; Charlton=1969-1977); - #30-74;


POLICE TRAP #5(7/1955; Store Stamp on cover, Joe Simon and JACK KIRBY-c/a; VG = $59.00);


PONYTAIL (Teenage; 1-12=DELL Pub; Charlton=1965-1969); #13(First Charlton issue), 13-20;


POPEYE (formerly; 1-65=Dell Pub; #66-80=Gold Key Pub; 81-92=King Pub; Gold Key=139-155;#156-171=Whitman; #93,160,161=NOT Published);

IN STOCK = #94(first Charlton; 1978), 95-122; #123(11/1973;WIMPY beats NEIL ARMSTONG to the MOON) #124-129;

#130(8/1975; First appearance of SUPERSTUFF; POPETE vs SUPERSTUFF Battle = 11 Page Story) #131-138;


POPEYE (Bold Detergent Giveaway Variant; Popeye as a scarecrow cover) – Volume 2 #94;


PRIMUS (TV) #1-7;

PROF. COFFIN (Low Print Run; Horror)#19-21;


PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL {Charlton Sport Library...} Volume-1 #1(Winter/1969-1970; One-Shot; 68 pages; 3-4 page Profile & Stats on each of the 16 NFL TEAMS, including Coach & 3-6 Players featured from each Team; 8 pages on the SUPER BOWL; NFL 1969 Regular Season Schedule; John Unitas, Bob Hayes, Fran Tarkenton & Gales Sayers cover by Tallanico);



PUNCHY AND THE BLACK CROW (Low Print Run; Funny Animal); #10-12;


QUICK DRAW McGRAW (Hanna Barbera; Flinstones TV Cartoon; 1970-72); #1,2,4-7;


RACKET SQUAD IN ACTION (1952-1958); #3(9-10/1952; G, centerfold missing $8);

#9(VG = $32)

#13(10-11/1954; Joe Schuster-c/a; Pre-Code; "Your Money or your Face" = Extortion Racket uses threat of ACID IN FACE to get money Story = Shows one Panel of Girl with ACID BURNED face; G/VG=$32);

#27(11/1957; Maurice Whitman cover; VG $27);


RAMAR OF THE JUNGLE (1954-56; TV; starring Jon Hall)

#2(9/1955; Jon Hall Photo-c; VG = $35); #3(1/56; G $20);

#5(9/1956; Maurice Whitman cover; VG+ = $38; VG minus = $30;


REGISTERED NURSE (Charlton)
#1 [Summer/1963; One-Shot; Sinnott-a; Colletta/Giordano-c/a; Nurse Betsy Crane-s; Cynthia Doyle, Nurse in Love-s; Scarce  9d (9 Pennies / Pre-Decimal) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA; FN/VF $16];



RETILICUS (becomes REPTISAURUS #3 up; Based on Movie Monster; 1961); #1,2;


REPTISAURUS (formerly RETILICUS; Based on Movie Monster; 1962-1963); #3-8;


THE RETURN OF GORGO ( Based on MGM Movie Monster; 1963-64) #2,3;

RETURN OF KONGA ( Based on the American international Pictures Movie Monster) #NN(#1; One Shot; 1962; a Mate for Konga; Across the Time Gap; G/VG $14)




ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN (formerly Danger & Adventure)

#30,32,33,35,37;


ROCK AND ROLLO (1957-58) #14; #15(12/57; 2nd issue; VG/FN $18); #16(3rd issue; G/VG $11);#18(7/58; G $9); #19;



ROCKY LANE'S (Horse) BLACK JACK; (Western; Charlton Pub) -

#20(11/1957; FIRST issue; Whitman-c; VG/FN = $27);

#30(E.H. Hart-c/a; 11/1959; VG/FN = $18);



ROCKY LANE WESTERN (see also Fawcett); #58,61-63,66,69,72,75-78, 79(68 page Giant), 80, 82-84,86,87;


ROMANTIC SECRETS #18, 20, 23,28, 32,35,36,38,40,41,43-45,47-49,51,62,;


ROMANTIC STORY - #43,45,48,50,51,53-56,58,59,61-63,65,68-73,75,78,80-95,97,99-104,106,109,113-115, 117-120, 122,123,126-130;


RONALD McDONALD (1970-1971; Kings Features TV Cartoon; based on the MacDonalds character; all SCARCE) -

#1 (9/1970; Regular Newsstand edition = ASK)

#1 (9/1970; SCARCE "Not for Resale" PROMO Edition; overall VG, but Writing on inside front cover thus G/VG = $20.00)

#2(G/VG $12); #3(Bill Yates cover; FA/G $7);


ROOKIE COP #27(First issue; G/VG = $16.00);  #30,32;


SARGE SNORKEL (Beetle Bailey spinoff series) #1-17;


SARGE STEEL {Private Detective} (Charlton Comics Pub; #9-10 = Title changes to Secret Agent; SARGE STEEL Backup stories also appear in JUDOMASTER in #91-98)

>>> Sargent Shriver aka SARGE STEEL became part of the DC Universe in the 1980's;  ** SARGE STEEL's DC Team affiliations includes; CBI, L.A.W., Checkmate;  Department of Metahuman Affairs; ** SARGE STEEL later became head of CBI / Central Bureau of Intelligence, which includes King Faraday, Richard Dragon & Ben Turner; ** SARGE STEEL later becomes a Federal Cabinet Secretary of Metahuman Affairs, giving him control of agencies such as SUICIDE SQUAD, along with being in charge of Nemesis and Diana Prince;

#1 (12/1964; FIRST appearance of Sargent Shriver aka SARGE STEEL;

#2-5, 7

#6 (Second appearance of JUDOMASTER);

#8(3-4/1966; Last issue under this Title; see #9-10 = Title changes to Secret Agent);



SCARY TALES (Charlton; 1975-1984; DITKO art in #3,5,7,8,11,12,14-16,18,19,21,30,32,39,41; *** Also with art by; Adkins, Newton, Powell, Staton, Sutton;)

#1(8/1975; Origin & 1st app Countess von Bludd-c/s; Demetrio Sánchez Gómez-a; Staton painted-c; Staton-a; Vampires Bride = Sanho Kim-a);

#2(10/1975; Morisi-a; ZECK-a; Kirchner-a; Tom Sutton Skull & Skeleton painted-c);

#3(12/1975; Morisi-a; ZECK-a; Kirchner-a; Countess von Bludd painted-c by Tom Sutton; DITKO-a; Satan-s);

#4(2/1976; Countess von Bludd painted-c by Tom Sutton; Staton-a; Sutton-a; Swamp Monster-s);

#5(4/1976; DITKO-c & 7 pages-a; Enriquez-a; Sururi Gumen-a; SOLD OUT);

#6(7/1976; UFO/Alien-c/s; Bob Hall-c; ZECK-a; Larson-a; Molno-a; 1pg Howard-a);

#7(9/1976; Larson/Boxell-c; nice Enrique Nieto-a; Ingersoll-a; 9 pages DITKO-a; Halloween-s);

#8(11/1976; 2 x DITKO-a; Mike ZECK-c/a; Grizzly Bear-c/s);

#9(1/1977; Tom Sutton-a; Sutton-c?; ZECK-a);

#10(10/1977; Mike ZECK-a; nice Enrique Nieto-a-c/a);

#11(1/1978; DITKO-c & 5 pages-a; Unicorn-s; Alascia/Nicholas-a; Vampire-s = Wayne Howard-a);

#12(3/1978; 10 pages DITKO-a; 1pg Boyette-a; Countess von Bludd-c);

#13(4/1978; Werewolf-c/s; Staton-a; "Grave Story"= Tom Sutton-a);

#14(5/1978; DITKO-c & 8 pages-a; Dibiju-s = Fred Himes-a);

#15(7/1978; 9 pages DITKO-a; Swamp Monster-s = Charles Vilas-a; Pat Boyette-a);

#16(10/1978; Abel-c/a; Winnie the Witch-s = 7 pages DITKO-a);

#17(12/1978; Countess von Bludd-s; Morisi-a; ZECK-a; Kirchner-a; Marti-c/a);

#18(2/1979; DITKO-c; 9 pages DITKO-a; Morisi-a; Night People-s; Shrunken Head-s);

#19(3/1979; 8 pages DITKO-a; "the Promise" Korean Folk Tale-c/s = 16 pages with Sanho KIM-c/a);

#20(6/1979; Film Freak Monster/SF-c/s = Joe Staton-c/a; Von Mohl vs the ANTS-s = 7 pages DITKO-a; Jimmy Janes-a);

#21(8/1980; 2 x DITKO = 14 pages-a; Mike ZECK-a; Grizzly Bear-c/s);

#22(10/1979; Dr Graves-s; Rocke Mastroserio-c; Boyette-a; the CAT-s = Aparo-a);

#23(12/1980; Hell House - Home of the Damned / Ghosts-c/s = 8 pages Sanho Kim-c/a; 8 pages DITKO-a; 7 pgs Boyette-a);

#24(2/1981; Mike ZECK-c/a; SATAN weeps-s = 5 pages DITKO-a; 1pg Snake God-s = Enrique Nieto-a; Sururi Gumen-a; Staton-a);

#25(4/1981; 8pgs Mike Zeck-a; Vampire-s = 9pgs Sanho Kim-a; DITKO-c & 7pgs-a);

#27(7/1981; Bob Hall-c; Tim Boxell/Rich Larson-a; Bill Molno-a);

#28 (9/1981; Gifford-c/s; DITKO-c & 8 pages-a; Vampire-s; 12 pages Demetrio Sánchez Gómez-a; Dr Graves-s = Ernie Bache-a);

#29(11/1981; booklength Dr Graves story = the Hell Fire Club-c/s = Tom Sutton-c/a; 2 page illustrated Text-s = 3 x Ditko illos);

#30(1/1982; Graveyard-c; DITKO-c & 7 pages-a; Morisi-a; Boyette-a);

#31(3/1982; Don NEWTON-c & 9 pages-a; 7pgs DITKO-a; Tim Boxell/Rich Larson-a);

#32(5/1982; DITKO-c & 7 pages-a; Morisi-a; Carlos Uila-a);

#33(7/1982; Vampire-s = Enrique Nieto-a; Indian-s= Enrique Nieto-a; House of Fear-s= Enrique Nieto-a; the Well-s = Tom Sutton-a);

#34(9/1982; DITKO-c & 7 pages-a; Morisi-a; Boyette-a);

#35(11/1982; Cave Dwellers-c/s; Enrique Nieto-c/a; Slimes, Slogs & Glumps-s = Tom Sutton-a; Magician-s);

#36(1/1983; Mitch O'Connell-c; Mutant-s= Recreo-a; Hounds of Hell-s= Pat Boyette-a; Tom Sutton-a);

#37(3/1983; Low Print Run & SCARCER issue; Contains unpublished stories meant for Charlton Bullseye #11up; O'Connell/Reinhold-c; All-New-c/s; Beyond the Veil-c/s; William Reinhold-a; Mothman-s; Alien Encounter / Dolphins-s);

#38(5/1983; Low Print Run & SCARCER issue; 1st app Mr. Jigsaw-c/s = Fortier & Kato-c/a; Night of the MUMMY-s = 6 pages Steve DITKO-a; SATAN is Free = Pat Boyette-a);

#39(7/1983; Low Print Run & SCARCER issue; all Mysterious Traveler-c/s issues; all Steve DITKO-c/a; Five Mysterious Traveler stories);

#40(9/1983; 1st app DRAGON FORCE-c & Booklength-s = Johan Roux-c/a; LOW Print & Scarcer issue);

#41(11/1983; LOW Print & Scarcer issue; Rampage of Demons = New-s; Will Power = DITKO-a; Night of the Red Snow = DITKO-a; Morisi-a);

#42(Low Print Run & SCARCER issue; DITKO-c; Al Milgrom-a; Paul Kirchner-a; Bob Layton-a; SOLD OUT);

#43(Low Print Run & SCARCER issue; classic Tom SUTTON-c; Pat Boyette-a; Wayne Howard-a; Mike Vosburg-a);

#44(5/1984; LOW Print Run & Scarcer; LARSON-c; Dr Hiji's Secret Garden-s; Delbo-a; Hanging Offense = Recreo-a; Ghost-s);

#45(8/1984; Lonely Man-c/s = DITKO-c & 7 pages-a; Nicholas/Alascia-a; Low Print Run & SCARCER issue);


SCARY TALES (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #1(1977);



SCOOBY DOO (Where Are You…) (Charlton Comics Pub; 1975-1976; ALL-NEW Stories, Based on the Hanna Barbera TV Animated Cartoons; Hard to Find due to HIGH DEMAND and Low Supply; SCARCE in STRICT FN or Better);

*** Warner Brothers is developing a Big Screen Live Action Re-Boot SCOOBY DOO Movie #3 in Future; Warner Brothers brought the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon SCOOBY DOO Movie #1 and #2 in 2002 and 2004 from director Raja Gosnell and screenwriter James Gunn (of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy fame); Movie #1 and #2 starred; Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Linda Cardellini & Matthew Lillard;

#1 (8/1975; SCARCE due to HIGH Demand; Scooby Doo in Come Stay Awhile... Like Forever! Scooby Doo in Who's Laughing in the Fun House? Scooby Doo in Custard's Next-to-Last Stand; The Bobcat's Flying Lesson = 2 page Text-s; SOLD OUT ) 

#2 (6/1975; Scooby Doo and the Nerdtzosaurus; Scooby Doo in The Ghost Went West; Scooby Doo in Hassle in the Castle; VG, 4.0 = $14.00; Good, 2.0 = $9.00);

#3 (7/1975; Scooby Doo in Spooktown USA; Scooby Doo in Run Silent Run Creep; VF, 8.0 = $45.00);

#3 (7/1975; Scooby Doo in Spooktown USA; Scooby Doo in Run Silent Run Creep; VG/FN, 5.0 = $17.00; Good, 2.0 = $9.00);

#4 (10/1975; Scooby Doo in Mummy’s Missing; Scooby Doo in Ghost of Goat’s Island; Sorcerer & Magic Sword 2 page Text-s with 4 early illos by MIKE ZECK;  VF+, 8.5 = $65.00);

#4 (10/1975; Scooby Doo in Mummy’s Missing; Scooby Doo in Ghost of Goat’s Island; Sorcerer & Magic Sword 2 page Text-s with 4 early illos by MIKE ZECK;  VF, 8.0 = $45.00);

#4 (10/1975; Scooby Doo in Mummy’s Missing; Scooby Doo in Ghost of Goat’s Island; Sorcerer & Magic Sword 2 page Text-s with 4 early illos by MIKE ZECK;  FN/VF, 8.0 = $30.00; VG, 4.0 = $14.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $11.00);

#5 (12/1975; Scooby Doo in Hi Spy; Scooby Doo in Mummy’s Little Helper; Scooby Doo in Granny’s Night Out; VF, 8.0 = $45.00);

#6 (2/1976; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Joe Glutz; Scooby Doo in Four Flushers; Scooby Doo in Monster of the Museum; Scooby Doo in Escape from Skeleton Canyon = 2 page illustrated Text-s; VF+, 8.5 = $49.00); 

#6 (2/1976; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Joe Glutz; Scooby Doo in Four Flushers; Scooby Doo in Monster of the Museum; Scooby Doo in Escape from Skeleton Canyon = 2 page illustrated Text-s; VG, 4.0 = $12.00; Good, 2.0 = $6.00);

#7 (4/1976; Scooby Doo in Witches Night Out; Scooby Doo in the Skeleton Speaks; Scooby Doo in Thunder Castle = 2 page illustrated Text-s; SOLD OUT);

#8 (6/1976; SOLD OUT);

#9 (8/1976; Scooby Doo in What Witch is Which?; Scooby Doo in the Hitch-Hiker; Scooby Doo in What Became of Honest Jawn; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Christmas Present = 2 page illustrated Text-s; VG/FN, 5.0 = $16.00; VG+, 4.5 = $14.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $9);

#10 (10/1976; Scooby Doo in It’s Dynamite; Scooby Doo in the Wishing Well; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Jesse James; Scooby Doo in Giant Size = 2 page illustrated Text-s; VF+, 8.5 = $49.00); 

#10 (10/1976; Scooby Doo in It’s Dynamite; Scooby Doo in the Wishing Well; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Jesse James; Scooby Doo in Giant Size = 2 page illustrated Text-s; overall VF, but Cover is detached from staple, thus FN = $18.00); 

#10 (10/1976; Scooby Doo in It’s Dynamite; Scooby Doo in the Wishing Well; Scooby Doo in the Ghost of Jesse James; Scooby Doo in Giant Size = 2 page illustrated Text-s; VG/FN, 5.0 = $16.00; VG+, 4.5 = $14.00; VG, 4.0 = $12.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $9.00);

#11 (12/1976; Scarcer LAST issue; Scooby Doo in a Mad Mad Mad Mad Man; Scooby Doo in 200 Years Ago Tonight; Scooby Doo in Double Trouble;  Scooby Doo in the Ghost of the Mean Blacksmith Smith = 2 page illustrated Text-s; FN+, 6.5 = $25.00; FN, 6.0 = $20.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $16.00); 


SCOTLAND YARD #4;


SECRET AGENT (Charlton Comics Pub; formerly SARGE STEEL for #1-8; Dick Giordano art; SARGE STEEL Backup stories also appear in JUDOMASTER in #91-98)

>>> Sargent Shriver aka SARGE STEEL became part of the DC Universe in the 1980's;  ** SARGE STEEL's DC Team affiliations includes; CBI, L.A.W., Checkmate;  Department of Metahuman Affairs; ** SARGE STEEL later became head of CBI / Central Bureau of Intelligence, which includes King Faraday, Richard Dragon & Ben Turner; ** SARGE STEEL later becomes a Federal Cabinet Secretary of Metahuman Affairs, giving him control of agencies such as SUICIDE SQUAD, along with being in charge of Nemesis and Diana Prince;

#9 (10/1966; ASK)

#10 (10/1967; Second and LAST issue under this Title; LAST Charlton appearance of SARGE STEEL-c/s; Second and LAST appearance of Tiffany Sinn, C.I.A. Sweetheart = 9 pages Jim APARO-a; VF+, 8.5 = $30; FN=$18; VG=$13; G/VG=$9; G=$7);




SECRET ROMANCE #1-4,6,7,9,10,12-41,43-48;


SECRETS OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE (1956-1961; Volume-2); #9(8/1958; G/VG = $10); #15,21,22;

SECRETS OF YOUNG BRIDES (1st Series) #17,20-23,26-29,31,32,34,36,38-44;

SECRETS OF YOUNG BRIDES (2nd Series) #1-9;


1776, Charlton Classic Library Volume-10 #1 (Scarce One Shot Movie Classic; 3/1973; PHOTO-c; Tony Tallarico-a; Authorised edition of the Award Winning Musical: Columbia Pictures presents Jack. L. Warner's production of 1776, the Film version of the Broadway musical comedy; Story of the Birth of the USA & the Declaration of Independence; William Daniels as John Adams, Howard da Silva as Benjamin Franklin, Ken Howard as Thomas Jefferson, John Cullum as Edmund Rutledge, Blythe Danner as Martha Jefferson, Virginia Vestoff as Abigail Adams);



SHADOWS FROM BEYOND #50;

SHERIFF OF TOMBSTONE (Western; 1958-1961); #1(FA/G = $6.00);  #2-5,7-13,15-17;

SHERIFF OF TOMBSTONE #NN (misbound with Fightin' Navy inside, error issue);


SIX-GUN HEROES (Continued from Fawcett: Gunmasters #84 on; See Blue Bird; 1954-1965; Lash LaRue, Hopalong Cassidy, Rocky Lane, Tex Ritter, Tom Mix, Gunmaster etc, variously app) - #27,30,32,39,40, 42,45,46,48,55,#61-67,69-70,74-76,78-81,83;



SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN (TV; Color Comic; 6/1976-6/1978; see also Bionic Woman)

#1-4,6, 8

#7, 9 = SOLD OUT

*** See Also = B&W Comics Magazine (Listed in MAG section below);


SOAP OPERA LOVE (Low Print Run; 1983); #1-3;

SOAP OPERA ROMANCES (Low Print Run; 1982/83); #1-5;


SOLDIER AND MARINE COMICS (1954-1956) - #12(2/1955; 2nd issue; PHOTO-c); #15(5th issue; 8/1955; PHOTO-c);



SON OF VULCAN (Formerly Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds);

>>> the SON OF VULCAN becomes Part of the DC Comics Universe in CRISIS on Infinite Earths, also with most other Charlton Heroes; SON OF VULCAN First appearance at DC Comics was in DC Challenge #9(7/1986);

#49 (First issue under New Title; SON OF VULCAN Solo series Begins; Fourth appearance of Johnny Mann aka Halciber Filius aka the SON OF VULCAN, a DemiGod of the Roman Gods of Mount Olympus; See Mysteries of Unexplored Worlds  #46-46 for First 3 appearances; First appearance of the New Costume for SON OF VULCAN, by Dave Cockrum; Early Dave Cockrum cover; ASK);

#50 (1/1966; LAST issue; SON OF VULCAN-c/s;  The Second Trojan War; First professional work of ROY THOMAS, writer and future Marvel Comics editor-in-chief; ASK);



SPACE ADVENTURES (1952-1956; 1st series)

#5(1953; Pre-Code; "Space Report" Rocketship-c/s, by Stan Campbell; Saturn-s with Flying Saucer & Rocketships by Cappello; War between the Worlds by Giordano; Creatures of Jarga by Belfi; Overall G, but with 2" x 4" Triangle shape piece missing from cover at bottom right = approx 8% of cover gone, thus FAIR+ $18);


#6(5/1953; Stan Campbell-c; UFO/Flying Saucer-c; Two Worlds; Invasion from Venus; Uncharted Planet; Black Doom;  overall VG/FN, but with Magic Tape Re-Enforcement on inside cover edges & on Spine, thus GOOD = $26.00);


#8(ROBOT GIRL-c/s; Giordano-c/a; Dinosaurs Sci-Fi story; overall nice FN/VF, but with 1” x 6” Piece out of page 2-3 of third Comics story, mostly in border, but affects a few words of Text, call it Good+ thus = $32.00); 


#9(Winter/1954; Giordano-c/a; Mad Scientist & BOMB that can destroy Universe-c/s; Atom Bomb explosion panel; VG/FN $59);

#13,

#18(9/1955; Rocky Jones Space Ranger cover & 2 Stories; TV; Giordano-c; G/VG, pices of of borders of 4 interior pages, thus G = $26);



SPACE ADVENTURES (Charlton Comics Pub; 1958-1964; Second Series)

>>> The Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom became part of the DC Universe in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS; The Last appearance of this Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom was in DC Comics Presents #90 from 2/1986; The First appearance of Captain Nathaniel Christopher Adam aka the New DC Post-Crisis Copper Age CAPTAIN ATOM appears in CAPTAIN ATOM #1 from 3/1987);

#23 (May/1958; FIRST issue in 2nd Series; Reprints Fawcett's classic DESTINATION MOON-c/s; G/VG $42);

#24

#26(12/1958; 4 x DITKO-a; UFO's & Aliens-c; FN/VF $99);

#27(2/1959; 4 x DITKO-a; VG=$49);

#28(GVG), 30,

#33 (1960; ORIGIN and FIRST appearance of CAPTAIN ATOM-c/s = DITKO-c/a; SOLD OUT);

#34 (6/1960; Second appearance of CAPTAIN ATOM-c/s = DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#35 (8/1960; Third appearance of CAPTAIN ATOM-c/s = DITKO-c/a; Spies from Another World = DITKO-a; ASK);

#36 (10/1960; Two x CAPTAIN ATOM Stories & Cover = DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#37 (12/1960; Two x CAPTAIN ATOM Stories & Cover = DITKO-c/a; Flying Saucers & Robot-s; ASK);

#38, 40 (CAPTAIN ATOM) = SOLD OUT

#39 (4/1961; Three x CAPTAIN ATOM Stories & Cover = DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#41 (8/1961; Moon Trap; Ugly One; I am from Earth; Android Maker; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15; FA/G = $5.00);

#42 (10/1961; Three x CAPTAIN ATOM Stories & Cover = DITKO-c/a; ASK);

#44(2/1962; 1st app Mercury Man-c/s; VG=$12; G=$7);

#46-49;

#50(3/1963; overall VG/FN, but 2x3" AD coupon cut out, affects one panel of 4th story; $6);

51-54,56,57,59;

#60 = see 1967-1979 3rd Series;


SPACE ADVENTURES (1967-1969; 3rd Series);

#60(LAST issue in First Series & First issue in 2nd Series; 10/1967; Origin & 1st app Paul Mann & the Saucers from the Future);

#2(7/68), 2-7, 8(7/1969);


SPACE ADVENTURES (1978-1979; 4th Series);

>>> The Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom became part of the DC Universe in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS; The Last appearance of this Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom was in DC Comics Presents #90 from 2/1986; The First appearance of Captain Nathaniel Christopher Adam aka the New DC Post-Crisis Copper Age CAPTAIN ATOM appears in CAPTAIN ATOM #1 from 3/1987);


#9-13 (1978-1979; Reprints the CAPTAIN ATOM stories by STEVE DITKO from SPACE ADVENTURES in 1960-1961);


SPACE: 1999 (CHARLTON Comics Pub; Color Comic; 11/1975-11/1976; Based on the Classic 1975-1977 TV SCI-FI Series that Lasted Two Seasons with 48 Episodes; The Television Series Starring: Martin Landau as Commander John Koenig, Barbara Bain as Dr. Helena Russell, & Nick Tate as Alan Carter);

#1 (11/1975; Origin of Moonbase Alpha; Joe Staton Painted cover & interior art);

#2 (1/1976; Joe Staton Painted cover & interior art);

#3 (3/1976; early JOHN BYRNE cover and Art)

#4 (5/1976; early JOHN BYRNE cover and Art);

#5 (7/1976; early JOHN BYRNE cover and Art);

#6 (9/1976; early JOHN BYRNE cover and Art);

#7 (11/1976; LAST issue; Pat Boyette painted cover & interior art);  

*** See Also = B&W Comics Magazine (Listed in MAG section below);

SPACE: 1999 (CHARLTON Comics Pub; B&W Comics Magazine; 11/1975-10/1976; Based on the Classic 1975-1977 TV SCI-FI Series that Lasted Two Seasons with 48 Episodes; The Television Series Starring: Martin Landau as Commander John Koenig, Barbara Bain as Dr. Helena Russell, & Nick Tate as Alan Carter);

#1 (11/1975; Volume-1 #1; Origin of Moonbase Alpha; Gray MORROW Painted cover & Interior art);

#2 (1/1976; Volume-2 #2; Gray MORROW Painted cover & Interior art);

#3 (2/1976; Volume-2 #3; Gray MORROW Painted cover);

#4 (5/1976; Volume-2 #4; Gray MORROW Painted cover; JOHN BYRNE art);

#5 (7/1976; Volume-2 #5; Gray MORROW Painted cover; Pat Boyette art);

#6 (8/1976 cover date; Volume-2 #6; Gray MORROW Painted cover);

#7 (9/1976 cover Date; Inside Shows Volume-2 #6 and August 1976 in ERROR; Gray MORROW Painted cover; Art by; Carlos Pino, Carl Potts, Doug Beekman, Ed Davis & Vicente Alcazar)

#8 (10/1976; Volume-2 #8; Scarcer LAST issue; Gray MORROW Painted cover & 30 pages of interior  art; Vicente Alcazar-a; NM, 9.4 = $39.00);

#8 (10/1976; Volume-2 #8; Scarcer LAST issue; Gray MORROW Painted cover & 30 pages of interior  art; Vicente Alcazar-a; VG/FN, 5.0 = $8.00);



*** See Also = COLOR Comics (Listed in COMIC section above);


SPACE WAR (1959-1964; Fightin' Five #28 on) #1-4,#5(6/1960; Flying Saucers-s; 6 pages of DITKO-a; Partial DITKO-c; VG, 4.0 = $29.00); #7,8-10,12-27;

SPACE WAR (1978-1979); #28-34;


SPECIAL WAR SERIES (Charlton Comics Pub; 8-11/1965)

Volume 4 #1 (8/1965; D-Day; also see D-Day listing); #2(Attack!); #3(War & Attack; also see War & Attack);

#4 (11/1965; First appearance of Hadley Rip Jagger aka the original JUDOMASTER; see also Sarge Steel; ** JUDOMASTER becomes part of the DC Comics Universe in the 1980's;  ** JUDOMASTER Team affiliations include; United States Army, L.A.W., All-Star Squadron & Birds of Prey, plus his Partnership with Tiger; ASK);



SPEED BUGGY (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; 1975-76) #1-9;


Speed Demons (Charlton; 1957-1958) - #7(8/1957; 3rd issue; G/VG $14)



STATIC (10-12/1985;Volume-2) = see Charlton Action



Strange Suspense Stories (1st series was 1-15=Fawcett; 2nd Series was Charlton #16-77; Captain Atom Volume 1 #78 on)

>>> The Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom became part of the DC Universe in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS; The Last appearance of this Charlton-era Allen Adam / Captain Atom was in DC Comics Presents #90 from 2/1986; The First appearance of Captain Nathaniel Christopher Adam aka the New DC Post-Crisis Copper Age CAPTAIN ATOM appears in CAPTAIN ATOM #1 from 3/1987);


#1(Fawcett/ Powell, Sekowsky-art); #7-9 (Fawcett pub);#20(Ditko cover & art 2 pages),

#38,39,43-49,50,51,52, 55-71;

#72 [10/1964; ; Based on a comic panel by Dick Giordano, from this comic was The source for the entire 1965-1966 Brushstrokes series that was Re-Imagined by Top American POP artist ROY LICHTENSTEIN for his famous paintings (A) "The Painting" and also for (B) "Little Big Painting" (C) Also the Inspiration for "Big Painting No. 6" (D) Also the Inspiration for "Yellow and Green Brushstrokes"; Wikipedia = It is the first element of the Brushstrokes series of artworks that includes several paintings and sculptures. As with all of his Brushstrokes works, it is in part a satirical response to the gestural painting of Abstract Expressionism made famous by Jackson Pollock = ASK];

#73,

#75 (6/1965; Reprints ORIGIN and FIRST appearance of CAPTAIN ATOM by Steve Ditko from Space Adventures #33; Plus; John Severin art from Space Adventues #24; ASK);

#76 (8/1965; Reprints CAPTAIN ATOM by Steve Ditko from Space Adventures; ASK);

#77 (10/1965; Reprints CAPTAIN ATOM by Steve Ditko from Space Adventures; ASK);




Strange Suspense Stories (3rd series; Volume-3; 1967-1969); - Volume-3 #1(10/1967); Volume-1 #2(Ditko-c/s; Atom Bomb-c); #3-8, 9(9/1969);


SUBMARINE ATTACK (1958-1966) #14,20-24,26,27,29,30,33,37,38,40-54;


SUE AND SALLY SMITH FLYING NURSES #52,53,#54[11/1963; Last issue; Colletta-a; Giordano-c/a; Scarce  9d (9 Pennies / Pre-Decimal) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA];


SUMMER FUN (formerly Li'l Genius: becomes Holiday Surprise #55) #54(October/1966; One-Shot Squarebound Giant; Atomic Mouse-c/s; l'il Genius-s; introducing Johnny Boy by Jon D'Agostino; Puzzles, games, pages to Color, Paper Dolls);



Summer Love #46 (FIRST issue; 10/1965; BEATLES Cover; "The Beatles were my downfall" = 8 page story with Beatles appearance; VG/FN = $42);


Summer Love #47 (Charlton Pub; 10/1966; 2nd Issue; 68 Page Squarebound Giant size issue; BEATLES

COVER, with "Help" & "Hard Day's Night" mentioned; "The Beatles saved My Romance" = 12 page Beatles Related story; 25 cents cover price; FA=$9; G=$14; VG=25);


SUMMER LOVE #48;


SURF N' WHEELS (1969-1970); - #1,3,4,6;

SWEETHEART DIARY - #42, 45,47, 50,51,53,59;

SWEETHEARTS (1954-1973) - #30(6/1955; G/VG $9) #36,49,52,57,59-61,63,65,66, 68,72-75,79,80,81, 83,85-104,106-108,110, 112,113,115-121, 123-125,127,129-137;


TALES OF THE MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER (1956-1959; Volume-1; Charlton Pub);

#1(August/1956; Giordano-c; MUMMY-s; GENIE-s; Father Time app; HUGO the Great, Man of 1000 Faces-s; VG, 4.0 = $109);

#1(August/1956; Giordano-c; MUMMY-s; GENIE-s; Father Time app; HUGO the Great, Man of 1000 Faces-s; VG-, 3.5 = $99);

#7(3/1958; 16 pages of DITKO-a; VG, 4.0 = $105);


TALES OF THE MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER (1985; Low Print Run; DITKO-c/s; Volume-2); - #14,15;


TEEN-AGE CONFIDENTIAL CONFESSIONS #1,4,6,8-18,21,22;


TEENAGE HOTRODDERS #1-4,7,9-11,14,19-24;

TEENAGE HOTRODDERS (Blue Bird Shoe Comics Presents...; 1964) - #18;

TEEN-AGE LOVE #7,11,15,16,21-23,25,26,28,29,33,35-37, 39,44-46,48-53,55,56, #57(1/68; Spanking Panel); 58,59,61-65,67-70,72-85,87,88,91-97;


TEEN CONFESSIONS - #3,5-7,9,11,12,15,16,18,23,24,26,-28, 34,35,38-68,71-91,93-96;

TEEN SECRET DIARY( October 1959) - #2,5,6,8,10,11;


TEXAS RANGERS IN ACTION (1956-1970) - # 5(First issue), #6(second issue; FN $22);#9(GVG but store stamp/writing on cover, thus FA/G $6);#13(Williamson-a);#14,15, 17-20, 22-26,28,29,32-35,37,39-43,46,48-55,57-59, #60(4/1967; 1st appearance of Riley Rangers & series Begin); #60-65, #66(6/1968; 1st appearance of a Man Called LOCO); #67(8/1968; 2nd appearance & ORIGIN of a Man Called LOCO); #68,70,78, 79(LAST issue);


TEXAS RANGERS IN ACTION (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); - #76(1977);

TEXAS RANGERS (Schiff's Shoes Presents ... Blue Bird Comics ... ; 1962 ) - #15;


TEX RITTER WESTERN (1950-1959; Movie Star; singing cowboy; see also Six-Gun Hero and Western Hero;formerly FAWCETT pub) - #28, 33-38,40-46;


THANE OF BAGARTH (Low Print Run; 1985; 2 issue series); - #24,25;


The THING! (1952-1954; Charlton Pub; all PRE-CODE Horror); - #6(1/1953; Forgione-c/a; VOODOO-c/s; Ghost-s; Giordano-a; Electrocution panels; Sword thru Neck & Chest panels; ASK);


THIS MAGAZINE IS HAUNTED #19(8/1954; Pre-Code);


THREE NURSES #20(9/1963; LAST issue; Lee Barry, Anne Allen & Nancy White; G/VG $6);


THUNDERBOLT {Peter Cannon …}; (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1966-1967; see JUDOMASTER #90 for Origin of Thunderbolt);

** THUNDERBOLT becomes part of the DC Comics Universe in CRISIS on Infinite Earths in #6,7,10; THUNDERBOLT is later affiliated with the JUSTICE LEAGE at DC Comics;

#1 (1/1966; ORIGIN and FIRST appearance of Peter Cannon aka THUNDERBOLT, created by Pete Morisi; PETE MORISI cover & art; DINOSAUR appears; The Mercenaries backup story by Bache; SCARCE KEY issue & Very Under-Valued; Address Rubber stamped on cover & splash page, VG, 4.0 = $16.00);

#51 (2nd issue; 3-4/1966; Numbering continued from Son of Vulcan; Hooded One app; Sorceress Princess Evila cover & story = Sorceress of the Nile, Witchcraft from an Egyptian Empire; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF+, 8.5 = $30.00);

#51 (2nd issue; 3-4/1966; Numbering continued from Son of Vulcan; Hooded One app; Sorceress Princess Evila cover & story = Sorceress of the Nile, Witchcraft from an Egyptian Empire; PETE MORISI cover & art; FN/VF, 7.0 = $16.00; FN, 6.0 = $12.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#52 (3rd issue; 6/1967; Gore the Man-Ape cover & story; JUDOMASTER’s Self-Defense = 3 page story with Judomaster cameo; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF/NM, 9.0 = $30.00);

#52 (3rd issue; 6/1967; Gore the Man-Ape cover & story; JUDOMASTER’s Self-Defense = 3 page story with Judomaster cameo; PETE MORISI cover & art; VG/FN, 5.0 = $10.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#53 (4th issue; 8/1966; CAPTAIN ATOM’s Secret 2 page story, with 3 panels of Captain Atom, and Atomic Bomb Explosion panel = McLaughlin art; Lair of TONG-c/s; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF/NM, but cover detached at bottom staple, thus VF, 8.0 = $19.00);

#53 (4th issue; 8/1966; CAPTAIN ATOM’s Secret 2 page story, with 3 panels of Captain Atom, and Atomic Bomb Explosion panel = McLaughlin art; Lair of TONG-c/s; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF-, 7.5 = $16.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#54 (5th issue; 10/1966; FIRST appearance of The SENTINALS and Backup Series Begins = The Folk-Rock Group the Protesters become a Super-Hero Team = FIRST appearance of Rick Strong, Cindy Carson & Crunch Wilson = Gary Friedrich story, Sam Grainger art; Thunderbolt & DINOSAURS-c/s, meets the Hooded Ones, The Mongol Bandits & the Pygmy Warriors. = PETE MORISI cover & art; FN/VF, 7.0 = $15.00; FN, 6.0 = $12.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $10.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#55 (6th issue; 12/1966; Thunderbolt and TIGER cover & story in Where stalks the MUMMY; Second appearance of The SENTINALS Backup story vs the Mind-Benders  = Gary Friedrich story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF, 8.0 = $17.00);

#55 (6th issue; 12/1966; Thunderbolt and TIGER cover & story in Where stalks the MUMMY; Second appearance of The SENTINALS Backup story vs the Mind-Benders  = Gary Friedrich story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; VG/FN, 5.0 = $9.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#56 (7th issue; 2/1967; Thunderbolt in Beware the COBRA over & story; Third appearance of The SENTINALS backup = Gary Friedrich story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; NM-, 9.2 = $36.00);

#56 (7th issue; 2/1967; Thunderbolt in Beware the COBRA over & story; Third appearance of The SENTINALS backup = Gary Friedrich story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; FN+, 6.5 = $12.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $9.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#57 (8th issue; 5/1967; PAT BOYETTE cover & art; Thunderbolt and the Face of the DRAGON cover & story; 4th SENTINALS backup-s = Glanzman plot, Sam Grainger script & art; NM, 9.4 = $48.00);

#57 (8th issue; 5/1967; PAT BOYETTE cover & art; Thunderbolt and the Face of the DRAGON cover & story; 4th SENTINALS backup-s = Glanzman plot, Sam Grainger script & art; Lower Grades = ASK);

#58 (9th issue; 7/1967; Thunderbolt enters the Prehistoric Valley, Lost in Time & Dinosaurs cover & story; Hooded One appears; 5th SENTINALS backup-s vs the Mind-Bender = O'Shaughnessy, story, Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF/NM, 9.0 = $24.00);

#58 (9th issue; 7/1967; Thunderbolt enters the Prehistoric Valley, Lost in Time & Dinosaurs cover & story; Hooded One appears; 5th SENTINALS backup-s vs the Mind-Bender = O'Shaughnessy, story, Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover & art; VF-, 7.5 = $14.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#59 (9/1967; Thunderbolt vs Assassins cover & story = Hooded One & Minotaur appear; PAT BOYETTE art;  Last SENTINALS backup = Sergius O'Shaughnessy story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover; NM-, 9.2 = $36.00);

#59 (9/1967; Thunderbolt vs Assassins cover & story = Hooded One & Minotaur appear; PAT BOYETTE art;  Last SENTINALS backup = Sergius O'Shaughnessy story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover; VF/NM, 9.0 = $24.00);

#59 (9/1967; Thunderbolt vs Assassins cover & story = Hooded One & Minotaur appear; PAT BOYETTE art;  Last SENTINALS backup = Sergius O'Shaughnessy story, Sam Grainger art; PETE MORISI cover; VF, 8.0 = $18.00; VF-, 7.5 = $15.00; Lower Grades = ASK);

#60 (11/1967; LAST issue; Thunderbolt in When Flies the Dragon cover & story = Sergius O'Shaughnessy story, PAT BOYETTE cover & art; First Last & Only appearance of the PRANKSTER = Sergius O'Shaughnessy story, JIM APARO art; FN, 6.0 = $13.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $10.00; Lower Grades = ASK);


THUNDERBOLT (Peter Cannon); (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); #57,58(1977);



TIGER (Charlton Pub; 1970-1971; based on the Newspaper Comic Strip);

#1,2,4,5,6 = ASK

#3(7/1970; FA/G, centerfold missing, 4 out of 5 stories complete = $1.00);



TIME FOR LOVE (1st Series; October 1966; one shot; Hermans Hermits cover & story) - #53;

TIME FOR LOVE (1967 - 1976) - #1-12,#14 (1/1970; Art by Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, Bill Montes; Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez-c/a; BEATLES Cover & One interior Page Cameo appearance; Lingerie Panels; SOLD OUT); ,16-19, 21-23,25,28, 30,33-47;

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TIMMY THE TIMID GHOST (1st Series) #3(2/1956; FIRST issue; FN- = $35); #4(2nd issue; 6/1956; SHERLOCK the MONK-s; G/VG $15): #5-9;

#12 (100 Page Giant; 10/1958; Sorcerer-s; Wilma the Witch app; Leonard the Lion app; Gus the Goofy Ghost app; Moon Monsters-s; Atomic Mouse-s; Maxie the Tough Lil Ghost-s; Impy & Simpy app; Mother Ghost Nursury Rhymes; Aunt Howly; Pepito-s; Wallaby-s; VG = $18; another copy available); #13-17, 20,22, 23,25, 28-32, 34,35, 37-40, 42,44,45;

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TIMMY THE TIMID GHOST (10/67; Second Series) #1-14,16,19,20,24-26;

TIMMY THE TIMID GHOST (Schiff's Shoes Presents ...; 1960) - #9;


TOM CAT (1956-57) - #4,7,8;


TOP CAT (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1970-1973; Based on the classic Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoons)

#1 (11/1970; FIRST  Charlton appearance of the TOP CAT; GCD Lists Stories including; Top Cat in the Brain Drain; Top Cat in Dibble's Double Duty; Top Cat in The Hopeless Case; Top Cat in Rummage Sale; Top Cat in A Friend in Need; Top Cat in Nothin' But the Best; Cover Features; Top Cat; Officer Dibble; ; ASK); #2-12,14-20;


TOP ELIMINATOR (1967-1968; Racing Cars); #25-29;

TRUE LIFE SECRETS (1951-1956) #9(9/1952; FA/G $8); - #10,17;


TV TEENS (formerly Ozzie & Babs; Rock and Rollo #14 on; 1954-56) = Weight for Postage = 60 Grams each;

Volume-2 #6 (1/1955; 6th issue in series; DON WINSLOW of the Navy; Star of TV, Movies & Radio; Shanghiied-s; Superstition-s; Lance O'Casey-s;

Return of the Dead-s; VG/FN $18);

Volume-2 #12 (MOPSY issue; GGA= Good Girl Art; great Fashions; Wedding cover; Glady Parker-c/a; 4/1956; nice VG/FN, but title cut off = 3/4 Cover; = US$8);



UNDERDOG (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1970-1972; First Comic Series; Based on the Classic NBC TV Animated Cartoon series from 1964-1967 for a run of 124 episodes); 

#1 (7/1970; FIRST appearance of UNDERDOG in Comics; UNDERDOG in Planet Zot; Twinkles Winkles & Tinkles text story; Supersnoot in the False Scent;  UNDERDOG in Ringer Dinger with Sweet Polly Purebred; UNDERDOG Pinup; Frank Johnson cover & art; Wikipedia = Underdog, Shoeshine Boy's heroic alter ego, appears whenever love interest Sweet Polly Purebred is being victimized by such villains as Simon Bar Sinister or Riff Raff. Underdog nearly always speaks in rhyming couplets, as in "There's no need to fear, Underdog is here!" His voice was supplied by Wally Cox. The 2007 UNDERDOG MOVIE was Directed by Frederik Du Chau, Written by Adam Rifkin & Joe Piscatella, Starring: Peter Dinklage, Jason Lee, Amy Adams;

#2-7,9,10;



Unusual Tales (Blue Beetle & Shadows from Beyond #50 on; 1955-1965) -

#5(FA $10); #7,16-36,38,39,41-49;


U.S. AIR FORCE (1958-1965; Army Attack #38 on) - #1,3,5,6,11,12,15,18, 20,21,23,25,27-29,31-37;

U.S. MARINES - #1 (12 cents; one shot; 1st app. Capt. Dude; Glanzman art; Fall/1964);


VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1975-1976; Based on the Hanna-Barbera September 7 – December 21, 1974 CBS TV Animated Cartoon series, it Lasted one Season & 16 Episodes, Starred; Jackie Earle Haley, Melanie Baker, Shannon Farnon);

Wikipedia = Science teacher John Butler along with his wife Kim, their two children, Greg and Katie, and their dog, Digger, are on a rafting trip on the Amazon River. As they are going down the river, their boat hits a rock and capsizes. The family then gets caught in a whirlpool. When they surface upon going through an underground cavern, they find themselves in a prehistoric valley where they meet caveman Gorok, his wife Gara, their two children Lok and Tana, and their pet, a baby Stegosaurus named Glump. The two families become friends. Gorok and his family help the Butlers in their attempts to find a way to return home, while the Butlers help them in their daily lives by, for example, introducing them to basic technology, such as simple machines (the lever and the wheel), sailboats and windmills.

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#1 (4/1975; FIRST appearance of the VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS in Comics; VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS in Fight the Angry Mountain; VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS in The Blind Ones; VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS in Legend of Bigfoot; Flame Sparkle - Engine Trouble in Space = 2 page text story by Mike Pellowski with Jim Hanley illustrations; Fred Himes cover & art;  Wayne Howard inks);

#2 (Fred Himes cover & art;  Wayne Howard inks);

#3 (7/1975; VALLEY OF THE DINOSAURS in The Challenge of Mata-Zin; Morgan and Melanie Smith  - Visit to the Bottom of the Sea = 2 page text story by Mike Pellowski with Early JOHN BYRNE illustrations; Fred Himes story, cover & art);

 #4-10, 11(1976; LAST issue);


VENGEANCE SQUAD (1975-1976; Staton & Morisi-a); - #1-6;

Vengeance Squad (1977 MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions) #5, 6 


WAR (1975-1984; nice military series); - #1-47;

WAR (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); - #7, 9(1977);


WAR AND ATTACK (Also see Special War Series #3; 1964) - #1; Volume-2 #54-62;

WAR AT SEA (11/1957; #22=first issue; 1957-1962) - #22,24,31,32,36,38;


WAR HEROES (1963-1967); #1(2/1963); #3-11,13-19,21,22-27;

WAR WINGS - #1(10/1968);


WHEELIE AND THE CHOPPER BUNCH (Hanna Barbera TV Cartoon; 1-3=BYRNE-a; 2,3=ZECK-a; 1,3-7=STATON-a; 1975-1976); - #1,2,#3 (JOHN BYRNE, MIKE ZECK & JOE STATON art; SOLD OUT), #4 - 7;

WILD BILL HICKOK AND JINGLES (formerly “Cowboy Western”; 1958-59) - #69,71,72,74,75;

WILD BILL HICKOK AND JINGLES - (#1 by Big Shoe Store Presents)

WILD FRONTIER (1955-1957;(Daniel Boone; Davy Crockett in all; 5.6=Jim Bowie) - #2,#3(3/1956;VG minus$14); #5(magic tape repairs inside spine to cover, FA/G $7);#6(Davy Crockett; VF= $40);


WILD WEST - #58(1966; One Shot);


WORLD OF WHEELS (1967-1970; Motorcycle Racing); #17(First issue); - #18-26,28-32;


WORLD OF WHEELS (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); - #23(1977)


WYATT EARP (1956-1967); #13(2nd issue), 14(3rd issue), - 15-20, 22,23,28-31,33,34,36-40,42-52,54-71, 72(LAST issue);


YANG (1973-1986; classic Martial Arts series with art by Sanho Kim); - #1-13(1973-1976); #14(NOT Printed); #15-17(1985-1986);


YANG (MODERN Comics Pub Reprint VARIANT Editions); - #3,10,11(1977)


YOGI BEAR (CHARLTON Comics Pub; 1970-1976; Based on the classic Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoons)

#1 (11/1970; FIRST  Charlton appearance of the YOGI BEAR; GCD Lists Stories including; Stories include; Yogi Bear in Jellystone Serenade; Yogi Bear in The Misadventurers; Yogi Bear in Ranger Smith Goes on Vacation;  Jack and the Bum Stalk Text story; Cover Features; Yogi Bear & Boo Boo Bear; ASK); #2-35;


YOGI BEAR'S SUMMER FUN - #7;


YOUNG EAGLE (1957-1957; Western INDIAN title); - #5(overall VG, but 1" piece off bottom right cover thus G = $12);


THE YOUNG DOCTORS (1963) - #1,2,#3 [5/1963; Colletta-a? Scarce  9d (9 Pennies / Pre-Decimal) UK British cover price VARIANT, printed in USA; VF+ $19]; #4,6;


ZOO FUNNIES (1945-1947; First Series; Charlton Stories/Comics - Children Comics Pub; Funny Animals.; Charlton's FIRST Comic & Series) -

#3(January 1946; Rabbit-Son Crusoe; Bojo the Monk & Tony; Rudy Rabbit; Tommy & Dodo; Little Leo; they Say..; Coyote Family; Popsy Penguin; High Grade = ASK);

#3(January 1946; Rabbit-Son Crusoe; Bojo the Monk & Tony; Rudy Rabbit; Tommy & Dodo; Little Leo; they Say..; Coyote Family; Popsy Penguin; G/VG=$22);

#4(February 1946; G/VG $22), #5(April/1946; Superdog-s; FA/G $12);

#14(12/1947; Good = $13.00);



ZOO FUNNIES (2nd Series; 1953-1955)

#1(7/1953; First Timothy the Ghost; Fago-c/a);

#2(FA $7); #7(7/1954; G/VG $13);

#8(10-11/1954; NYOKA the Jungle Girl; Giordano-c; 1st app Bucko the Jungle Boy; 3-Part Human Leopards-s; VG = $22);

#10(NYOKA the JUNGLE GIRL-c/s; 3/1955; Pirates-s; Giordano-c/a; Bondage Panels; G/VG $18);

#11(NYOKA the JUNGLE GIRL-c/s; 5/1955; Bondage Panels; G = $12);


ZOO FUNNIES (1984; One Shot; Low Print Run) - #1 (Funny Animals);



(B) CHARLTON B&W Magazines;


BEST FROM CARTOONS ESCAPADE (Bruce-Royal Pub./ CHARLTON; B&W Adult/Girlie Cartoons Magazine)

1965-66 - Winter(Volume 2 #4; Wenzell-c);

1967 - Fall(#8);

1968 - Winter(#9);


CARTOON CARNIVAL (Charlton Pub.; B&W Adult/ Girlie Cartoons Magazine);

1981 – September (#97; Wenzel-c G/Vg $8);

1984 – November (#112; Wenzel-c; G/VG $8);


CHARLTON BULLSEYE (Charlton Pub -- CPL/Gang Pub.; 1975-1976; B&W Comics Magazine / Fanzine);

#1(1975; Capt Atom-c; Capt Atom-s by DITKO / BYRNE; Nightshade app; Jeff JONES-a),

#2(1975; Scarcer issue; E-MAN-c; Capt Atom-s by DITKO / BYRNE; VG/FN $15);

#3(Special Kung-Fi issue; Wrong Country by Sanho Kim);

#3(Special Kung-Fi issue; Wrong Country by Sanho Kim);

#4(E-Man-c/s; Doomsday +1 by John BYRNE);

#5 (1976; LAST and Scarcest issue in the Original Magazine Series; The QUESTION cover, story & story by ALEX TOTH; DOOMSDAY +1 =  JOHN BYRNE & Michael Uslan story, with JOHN BYRNE Art; NEAL ADAMS back cover; Mike Nasser & Jack Abel Pin-Up; ASK);



CHILLERS (Horror & SF Movies Magazine; 68 pages)

Volume-1 #2(9/1981; Harryhausen's Clash of the Titans; John Travolta in Blow Out; The Burning; Escape from New York; FA/G $9);


COMEDY CAPERS (Charlton Pub; B&W Adult/ Girlie Cartoons Magazine);

1986 – January (#116; Wenzel-c; VG- $8);


EMERGENCY EMERGENCY [ Charlton Magazine; NBC-TV Tie-In; >> The TV series’ stars; Johnny Gage (Randy/Randolph Mantooth) , Roy DeSoto (Kevin Tighe), Dixie McCall (Julie London), Dr Joe Early (Bobby Troup), & Dr Kelly Brackett (Robert Fuller)1976-1977];

#1(7/1976; Neal Adams-c/s; Heath-a; Austin-a; );

#2;

#3,

#4 (1/1977;  LAST issue; Low Print Run & SCARCE issue; Painted cover by NOREM; 38 Fax about the Cast of EMERGENCY = 9 page article with 18 B&W Photo’s; 3 x EMERGENCY Comic Stories; The Ends & the Means; The Fugitive; Blackout; Stories by Nicola Cuti, Joe Gill & Mike Pellowski; ART by; Alferdo Alcala, Nicola Cuti, & Jack Spalding; SOLD OUT);




GOOD HUMOR (Adult Cartoons; NO comics code);

#29(Fall/1954; RAYON Cartoon-c; 16 Pages of Photo GGA Pinup Girls; FN+ $25),

#31(Late Winter 1954-1955; RAYON Cartoon-c; 16 Pages of Photo GGA Pinup Girls; G/VG, NO back cover $10);

1963; (Volume-1 #7, Fall; Over 1/3 in COLOR; COMIC size; VG/FN $20);

1967; (Oct, Vol.4#18; part WENZEL-c; 68 pages; MAG size; G/VG $12);

1971; (Nov, Vol.7#42; COMIC size; VG/FN $12);

1974; (April,Vol.9#56; COMIC size; WENZEL-c; Near FN $12);

1974;(Aug, Vol.9#58; COMIC size; WENZEL front & Back-c; VG/FN $12);

1976; (Feb, Vol.11#67; COMIC size; part WENZEL-c;G/VG $8);

1976;(April,Vol.11#68; COMIC size; WENZEL back-c; FN $12);

1978; 1978;(May, Vol.14#80; COMIC size; WENZEL back-c; VG $8);

1979; (May, Vol.14#85; MAG size; 68 pages; WENZEL front & back-c; VG $9);

1980 April(#90; Wenzel front & back-c; G/VG $7); October(#93; VG/FN $10); December(#94; G $6);

1980; (Dec, Vol.15#94;MAG size;FA/G $5);

1981; (Feb,vol.16#95; MAG size;G $6); 1981;(Oct, Vol.16#99; MAG size;G $6); October(#99; VG $7);

1983; (Oct, Vol.18#111; WENZEL-c; MAG size; VG $8);

1984; (Feb, Vol.19#113; MAG size; G/VG $7); October(#117; Wenzel-c; G/VG $7);

1985; (Dec, Vol.19#124; WENZEL-c; MAG size;G $6);



HERCULES (ADVENTURES OF THE MAN-GOD) (B&W Comics Magazine) #8(12/1968; One-Shot);


HORROR MONSTERS [Charlton Pub; 1961-1964/65; B&W Magazine; CASH ONLY {No Store Credit accepted} on these scarce Mags; Photo's & Articles of Movie Monsters];

#NN (Volume-1 #1; says "First issue" on cover; 1961; Painted-c by Frank DeMarco; Curse of the Werewolf; Frankenstein; VG/FN $49);

Volume-1 #2(1961; Painted-c by Frank DeMarco; I was a Teenage Werewolf; I was a Teenage Frankenstein; Edgar Allan Poe's Pit & the Pendulum; Gigantis; Weird drawings of Krucher; House of Fright; FN/VF, 7.0 = $59);

Volume-1 #4(1962; Lon Chaney Jr's MUMMY's Curse painted cover; Bela Lugosi; Frankenstein Forever; Cat Creeps; Bob Burns, Man of Horror; "Northland Collection" with S&N Certificate of Authenticity; NM-, 9.2 = $99);

Volume-1 #4(1962; Lon Chaney Jr's MUMMY's Curse painted cover; Bela Lugosi; Frankenstein Forever; Cat Creeps; Bob Burns, Man of Horror; VG = $29);

Volume-1 #5(1962; Decapitated Head painted cover; Burn Witch Burn; the Head movie-c/s; Peter Lorre; Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Terror with Vincent Price, Lorre, Rathbone & Debra Paget; VF-, 7.5 = $55);

(Volume-2) #6(1963; Painted-c & stories inside featuring; Frankenstein 1970, Black Zoo, Return of Dracula, Cry of the Wolfman; FN+, 6.5 = $45);

(Volume-2) #6(1963; Painted-c & stories inside featuring; Frankenstein 1970, Black Zoo, Return of Dracula, Cry of the Wolfman; G/VG = $22);

(Volume-2) #7(Winter/1963; Lon Chaney Sr as Phantom of the Opera Painted-c; Lon Chaney Sr the Man of 1000 Faces; Werewolf in Girls Dorm; Abbot & Costello meet Frankenstein; Man Made Monster; G = $19);

(Volume-3) #9(Fall/1964; Neanderthal man from Valley of the Dragons Painted-c; House on Haunted Hill; Lon Chaney in Devil's Messanger; George Zucco; the Black Sleep; Rathbone, Chaney, Lugosi & Carradine; Mothra; FN+, 6.5 = $45);

(Volume-3) #9(Fall/1964; Neanderthal man from Valley of the Dragons Painted-c; House on Haunted Hill; Lon Chaney in Devil's Messanger; George Zucco; the Black Sleep; Rathbone, Chaney, Lugosi & Carradine; Mothra; VG = $29);

(Volume-3) #10(Winter/1964-1965; LAST issue; Painted-c; Dr Kalman; Curse of Frankenstein; Black Sabbath; Frozen Ghost; Monster in the Tomb; Vincent Price; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49);

(Volume-3) #10(Winter/1964-1965; LAST issue; Painted-c; Dr Kalman; Curse of Frankenstein; Black Sabbath; Frozen Ghost; Monster in the Tomb; Vincent Price; G/VG = $24);




HORROR MONSTERS Presents BLACK ZOO (Charlton Pub; B&W Magazine)

#NN("1st Edition; Fall 1963; Adapts "Black Zoo" Film with PHOTO's & Word Ballons; G = $20);


MAD MONSTERS [Charlton Pub; 1961-1965; B&W Magazine; CASH ONLY {No Store Credit accepted} on these scarce Mags; Photo's & Articles of Movie Monsters];

#1(1961; Steve DITKO-c & 3 pages Satire-a; Konga, Reptilicus, Mummy, Black Sunday; VG = $39);

#2(1961; CREATURE From the BLACK LAGOON Painted cover; Foto-Album Werewolves; Bela Lugosi; Hollywood's House of Horrors; Brides of Dracula; Thing that wouldn't Die; Little Red Riding Hood & the Werewolf = 3 pages of Horror parody comics; FA/G, two x ¼ AD pages missing, all articles complete $12)

#3(1962; Painted cover; She-Beasts on the Prowl - Female Fiends; Boris Karloff interview; Immortal Monster Cal Tiki; Mysteries of Black Magic; Gorilla my Dreams; Joe Krucher portfolio of Horror; Beast from 20,000 Fathoms; Attack of the Mad Monsters; 3 pages of Horror parody comics by W.E. Kuk; VF, 8.0 = $69)

#3(1962; Painted cover; She-Beasts on the Prowl - Female Fiends; Boris Karloff interview; Immortal Monster Cal Tiki; Mysteries of Black Magic; Gorilla my Dreams; Joe Krucher portfolio of Horror; Beast from 20,000 Fathoms; Attack of the Mad Monsters; 3 pages of Horror parody comics by W.E. Kuk; G/VG, BACK cover Missing $15)

#4(11/1962; House of Frankenstein; Beast of Yucca Flats; Invason of the Body Snatchers; 3 pages of BEN CASEY parody comics; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49)

#6(1963; True Life story of Boris Karloff, Man of a Million Horrors painted cover & article; Hunchback of Notre Dame with Anthony Quinn as Quasimodo; Day of Triffids; Monster on Campus; Black Zoo Party; Horrorwood TV; VG+ $32);

#7(Spring/1964; I Married a Monster from Outer Space-c; King Kong vs Godzilla; Corridors of Blood; Deadly Mantis; FN+, 6.5 = $39);

#8(Summer/1964; Lon Chamey; the Strangler; Giant Behemoth; Devil Bat; Monster of the Deep; Vampire & the Ballerina; Moon Monsters; FN minus = $29);

#9(Winter/1964; Vincent Price in Masque of the Red Death painted cover & article; Devil Wolf of Shadow Mountain; Goliath & the Vampires; the Bat; John Carradine; VF $49),

#10(Winter/1965; Incredibly Strange Creatures; Cult of Horror; Horror of the Blood Monster; Basil Rathbone; original classic MUMMY; G/VG = $19);




MONSTERS ATTACK! (Globe Communications / Charlton; B&W Humor/Parody Spoof Comics Magazine)-

#1(9/1989; Low Print & SCARCE; Infinity, severed hand & 9 Monsters Cover; John Severin-c/a; Morrow-a; Boyette-a; Steve DITKO-a; Madman-a; SOLD OUT);

#2(10/1989; Low Print & SCARCE; Freddy Krueger cover; Morrow-a; Edgar Allen Poe-s; H.P. Lovecraft-s; Steve DITKO-a; Madman-a; The Mars Attack Art of Norman Saunders; SOLD OUT);

#3-5 = SOLD OUT



OFFICIAL KARATE'S DEFENSE COMBAT(Charlton Pub. Inc.; 68 Pages including covers; B&W Magazine with Articles & Photo's)

August / 1975 Volume 1 #1 (August / 1975; Cover, Interview & Article on Frank Ryan, the Master of Mayhem; >> Plus; Pete Siringano; Kevin Parsons; Gary Alexander; Six Street techniques by New York;s Dirtiest Fighter = Charles Nelson; Jay T. Will; Pictorial Comics History of TAE KWON DO = illustrated by Sanho Kim; Condition = Very Fine = $18.00);



OFFICIAL KARATE MOVIE SPECIAL #7 (Summer 1983; Charlton Pub; B&W Magazine; 84 pages includng covers; Jacky Chan in the Eagle's Shadow cover & Article; Painted Cover by NEAL ADAMS & 2-Page Color Centerfold Poster for Jacky Chan in the Eagle's Shadow; also with; Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Eric Lee, Ron Van Clief & Sonny Chiba; SCARCE; overall FN, but with Un-Needed Magic Tape reinforcement inside covers near spine, thus G/VG = $14.00)




150 QUICK-N-EASY CROSSWORDS - 1986(Nov, #136; only 4 puzzles marked; G/VG, but piece off cover = FA/G $5);


175 NEW CARTOONS (Charlton Pub.; B&W Adult/ Girlie Cartoons Magazine); - 1977 – October (#77; G?VG $7); December (#78; Wenzel-c; G/VG $8);


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SICK MAGAZINE = See Separate Listing on our Website; = "CRACKED and SICK - Humor & Parody Magazines";

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THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN (B&W Comics Magazine; TV; 7/1976-11/1977) -

#1(Neal ADAMS-c/a);

#2(Neal ADAMS-c);

#3(Neal ADAMS-inks; Chaykin-a);

#4-7

*** See Also = COLOR Comics (Listed in COMIC section above);




SKYJACK (Charlton / Aware Publication)

#1(Winter 1972-73; SKULL & Crossbones-c; “Great Adventure Series”; Authentic Photo's of Skyjacks in Progress; Photo's from Associated & United Press; illustrations by Anthony Tallarico; 100 pages; SCARCE; VF = $25);


 SPACE: 1999 (B&W Comics Magazine; Based on the classic Sci-Fi TV series; 11/1975-10/1976) -

#1(November/1975; Volume-1 #1; Gray MORROW Painted cover & Interior art);

#2(January/1976; Volume-2 #2; Gray MORROW Painted cover & Interior art);

#3(March/1976; Volume-2 #3; Gray MORROW Painted cover);

#4(May/1976; Volume-2 #4; Gray MORROW Painted cover; John Byrne art);

#5(July/1976; Volume-2 #5; Gray MORROW Painted cover; Pat Boyette art);

#6(August/1976 cover date; Volume-2 #6; Gray MORROW Painted cover);

#7(September/1976 cover Date; Shows Volume-2 #6 August 1976 inside in error; Gray MORROW Painted cover)

#8(October/1976; Volume-2 #8; Scarcer LAST issue; Gray MORROW Painted cover)


*** See Also = COLOR Comics (Listed in COMIC section above);





SUPERKERNEL Comics by GUY & Brad GILCHRIST (1978-1981; Comics Magazine; 16 pages Color; XEROX Educational CORP / Popcorn Bag / Weekly Reader Book Club = CHARLTON Related Pub; Promotional / Giveaway; XEROX published many of the scarce Charlton Digests; All-New Material Cartoon SUPERHERO & Space Stories Humor Comics; GILCHRIST also did work on the Muppets & Nancy newspaper comic strips; National Cartoonists Society Two Time Reuben Award winner; Founder of Guy Gilchrist's Cartoonist's Society; all SCARCE to RARE);

VOLUME-1 (1978) #7-12 (Folded from Mailing, VG or Better = $12 each);

VOLUME-2 (1978-1980) #2-10, 12 (Folded from Mailing, VG or Better = $10 each);

VOLUME-3 (1980-1981) #2-6, 12 (Folded from Mailing, VG or Better = $9 each);

VOLUME-3 (1980-1981) #7(G/VG $8); #11(FA/G $5);

#NN (1980; Cover word balloon states "Superkernel's helpless! Now I'll destroy the World!", with SLO RAY; VG $10)


TALES OF TERROR FROM BEYOND (Charlton Pub; B&W Magazine)


Volume-1 #1 (Summer/1964; 84 pages; Text Stories by Stanton A. Colblentz, etc, with Photo's & illustrations; Tallarcio-a; Horror of the Blood Monster, Angelica, Mysterious Miss Maltra, Night of Terror, etc; FA/G = $19.00);


VALOR - Adventures of Courage; (CHARLTON pub)

1968; (November; Volume-1 #1; TEXT stories with Photo's & illustrations; Miss Valor = NUDE Girl Photo's & centerfold Pinup; Scarce; VG/FN $29 );



(C) CHARLTON related COMICS DIGESTS;


*** (variously associated with; Xerox, Now Age Books, Ottenheimer & Pendulum),

>>> LOW PRINT RUNS = ALL SCARCE in ANY GRADE; SCARCE in FN or Better; RARE in VF or Better;

Barney & Betty {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest); Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; 75 cents original cover

price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);
#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; with 1/4" x 2-1/2" name in pen crossed out with black felt pen.

Felt has slight bleed thru to cover; o/w nice VG/FN = $25);

Barney & Betty {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; NO original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);
#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG. but Front endpage missing, story complete $17);


Bugs Bunny - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971);

NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VF=$40; VG=$20);

Bugs Bunny - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Pendulum Press; Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971; 60 Cents

Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#63-3015 (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; G/VG = $17);

DINO {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; 75 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);
#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG = $24);


FLINTSTONES - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1972; 60 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; with 1/4" x 2-1/2" name in pen crossed out with black felt pen. Felt has slight bleed thru to cover; o/w nice VG/FN = $24);
#NN (New Material Stories; VG = $25);

The JETSONS - - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; 60 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA);
#NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; Cover Creases, but still a solid decent copy, FA/G = $18);

#NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; Ex-Library copy, Good = $20);

MAD MONSTERS [Charlton Pub; 1961-1965; B&W Magazine; CASH ONLY {No Store Credit accepted} on these scarce Mags; Photo's & Articles of Movie Monsters];

#1(1961; Steve DITKO-c & 3 pages Satire-a; Konga, Reptilicus, Mummy, Black Sunday; VG/FN = $49);

#1(1961; Steve DITKO-c & 3 pages Satire-a; Konga, Reptilicus, Mummy, Black Sunday; VG = $39);

#2(1961; CREATURE From the BLACK LAGOON Painted cover; Foto-Album Werewolves; Bela Lugosi; Hollywood's House of Horrors; Brides of Dracula; Thing that wouldn't Die; Little Red Riding Hood & the Werewolf = 3 pages of Horror parody comics; FN/VF, 7.0 = $59)

#3(1962; Painted cover; She-Beasts on the Prowl - Female Fiends; Boris Karloff interview; Immortal Monster Cal Tiki; Mysteries of Black Magic; Gorilla my Dreams; Joe Krucher portfolio of Horror; Beast from 20,000 Fathoms; Attack of the Mad Monsters; 3 pages of Horror parody comics by W.E. Kuk; VF, 8.0 = $69)

#4(11/1962; House of Frankenstein; Beast of Yucca Flats; Invasion of the Body Snatchers; 3 pages of BEN CASEY parody comics; VF-, 7.5 = $59);

#4(11/1962; House of Frankenstein; Beast of Yucca Flats; Invasion of the Body Snatchers; 3 pages of BEN CASEY parody comics; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49)

#5(1963; Lugosi & Chaney in FRANKENSTEIN Meets the WOLF MAN Painted Cover & Article; Three Stooges in Orbit; Journey to the 7th Planet; Abbott & Costello meet the Monsters; Monster Cometh = 3 pages of Horror parody comics; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49)

#6(1963; True Life story of Boris Karloff, Man of a Million Horrors painted cover & article; Hunchback of Notre Dame with Anthony Quinn as Quasimodo; Day of Triffids; Monster on Campus; Black Zoo Party; Horrorwood TV; FN/VF, 7.0 = $49)

#6(1963; True Life story of Boris Karloff, Man of a Million Horrors painted cover & article; Hunchback of Notre Dame with Anthony Quinn as Quasimodo; Day of Triffids; Monster on Campus; Black Zoo Party; Horrorwood TV; VG+ $32);

#7(Spring/1964; I Married a Monster from Outer Space-c; King Kong vs Godzilla; Corridors of Blood; Deadly Mantis; FN+, 6.5 = $39);

#7(Spring/1964; I Married a Monster from Outer Space-c; King Kong vs Godzilla; Corridors of Blood; Deadly Mantis; VG/FN = $29);

#8(Summer/1964; Lon Chamey; the Strangler; Giant Behemoth; Devil Bat; Monster of the Deep; Vampire & the Ballerina; Moon Monsters; VF $49),

#8(Summer/1964; Lon Chamey; the Strangler; Giant Behemoth; Devil Bat; Monster of the Deep; Vampire & the Ballerina; Moon Monsters; VF-, 7.5 = $39);

#9(Winter/1964; Vincent Price in Masque of the Red Death painted cover & article; Devil Wolf of Shadow Mountain; Goliath & the Vampires; the Bat; John Carradine; VF $49),

#10(Winter/1965; Incredibly Strange Creatures; Cult of Horror; Horror of the Blood Monster; Basil Rathbone; original classic MUMMY; FN/VF, 7.0 = $36);

#10(Winter/1965; Incredibly Strange Creatures; Cult of Horror; Horror of the Blood Monster; Basil Rathbone; original classic MUMMY; G/VG = $19);


(Teen-Age) Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; NO original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA);

#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; SOLD OUT);


Road Runner - (Comic Digest) - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971);

#NN ( NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; FN/VF=$35; VG/FN=$25; G/VG=$17);

Road Runner - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Books/Pendulum Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton, thus listed here; 1971;

75 cents Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #63-2970 (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; Low Print Run, Scarce; G/VG = $18);

Scooby Doo - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Ottenheimer/Xerox/Charlton Pub; 1976; NO cover price; 68 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; VG+ = $32);


SPACE; 1999 - (TV Related Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1976; Derby Conn, USA; NO original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);
#NN (Six All New Stories & Art for this edition; Text Stories with 1-2 illustrations per page; G/VG, but with 1/6 page coupon out = $16);

#NN (Six All New Stories & Art for this edition; Text Stories VG= $28);

#NN (Six All New Stories & Art for this edition; Text Stories FN = $40);


Tweety and Sylvester - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971); NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG=$20);


Tweety and Sylvester - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Pendulum Press; Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971; 60 Cents Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#63-2990 (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; G/VG = $18);


Woody Woodpecker - (Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton, thus listed here; 1971; NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);

#NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page & two-page gag cartoons; ; Near VG, but writing on inside covers; Has 2-1/2" x 3/4" pieces missing off bottom border edges of pages 3 and 4, Writing on inside front cover thus GOOD = US$15);

#NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page & two-page gag cartoons; G/VG, crayon on 3 panels = $19);

Yogi Bear - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) = RARE; SOLD OUT;


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EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order)   (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments);
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*** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. 

*** PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error); 

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** FOREIGN & OVERSEAS orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
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STEINBACH, MANITOBA
CANADA R5G 1B5

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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

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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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