(A) GOLD KEY & Whitman Comics = FOR SALE ;

(B); SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions of GOLD KEY = IN STOCK;


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>>>> Below is a Current Inventory List of ITEMS IN STOCK & Ready to Sell.

They are NOT cataloged by price & condition, as we have FAR FAR too many items & they are always changing;

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If you see items that interest you, PLEASE;

(1) REQUEST Condition, Price & Confirmation of availability;

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Foot warehouse, can be EXTREMELY Time Consuming; (So please; Try to send Serious Inquiries & START with your MOST WANTED Items)

IF you make a purchase from the Original 30 or Less item Quoted, we will be very HAPPY to Quote MORE items;

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As Soon As Possible; WE USUALLY REPLY to Inquires in 1-3 DAYS. (Bigger Requests & Time-Consuming Inquires, take longer to respond to);

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GOLD KEY & Whitman INVENTORY FOR SALE -


(B); SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions of GOLD KEY = IN STOCK;

NOTE; (WALT DISNEY has separate catagory listings!)


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Canadian Cover Price VARIANT Editions;

(Uncommon to SCARCE; over 75% are IN STOCK = Send your serious WANT LISTS);

VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce); April 1968 to August 1968; 15 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 12 cent issues;
VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon); March 1972 to April 1973; 20 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 15 cent issues;

Reverse VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce; no known GIANTS are Variants); December 1977 to February 1978; 30 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 35 cent issues;

Reverse VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce); March 1978; (Only 3 known = Bullwinkle #19, Moby Duck #30, and Super Goof #45) = 30 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 35 cent issues;
VARIANT Editions; (Scarce to RARE); January to July 1984; 75 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 60 cent issues;

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ADAM-12 (12/1973-2/1976; Gold Key; PHOTO Covers on all; LAPD TV Police Drama produced by Jack Webb;

Martin Milner as Pete Malloy & Kent McCord as Jim Reed) - #1-10;


The ADDAMS FAMILY (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; 10/1974-4/1975; Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoon; Based on the TV Series, which was adapted from the Chas Adams Cartoon Comic Strips)

#1 (10/1974; FIRST appearance of Gomez, Morticia, WEDNESDAY, Pugsley, Lurch, Fester and Grandmama in COMICS cover and appearances; ** The Live Action WEDNESDAY Highly-Rated Eight Episode TV Series Debuted on NETFLIX on November 23/2022; ** Jenna Ortega stars as WEDNESDAY ADDAMS; Catherine Zeta-Jones plays Morticia Addams; ** Luis Guzmán plays Gomez Addams; ADDAMS FAMILY In Search of Boola-Boola; Bill Ziegler cover and art; VG/FN, 5.0 = $159.00; VG, 4.0 =$129.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $99.00; FA, 1.0 = $35.00),

#2 (1/1975; 52 Page Giant including the  bonus 16 page Kenner Toys FUN Catalog; Addams Family in Visit to Fun City; The Addams Family Falls in Love with Central Park and Decides to Buy Out New York City; Bill Ziegler cover and art; FN+, 6.5 = $59.00; FN, 6.0 = $49.00; VG/FN = $39.00; VG, 4.0 = $29.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $22.00; GD, 2.0 = $18.00);

#2 (1/1975; 16 page FUN Catalog is MISSING; Still OK as a Reading Copy; Rest of comic is VG = $15.00);

#2 (1/1975; 50% of the 16 page FUN Catalog is MISSING; Still OK as a Reading Copy; Rest of comic is FA/G = $9.00);

#3 (4/1975; LAST issue; Addams Family in Left in the Lurch; Gomez, Morticia, Wednesday, Pugsley, Lurch, Fester and Grandmama appear; Bill Ziegler cover and art;; FN, 6.0 = $49.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $39.00; VG, 4.0 = $29.00);


THE ALIENS (CAPTAIN JOHNER AND THE) (Gold Key) - #1(Sept-Dec/1967);

THE ALIENS (CAPTAIN JOHNER AND THE; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #2(5/1982);

AMAZING CHAN and the CHAN CLAN (5/1973-2/1974; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; GOLD KEY Pub) - #1, 2, 4;

ANDY PANDA (WALTER LANTZ) #1(8/1973); #2,5,6,8,10,11,13,15-23;

ANNIE OAKLEY and TAGG (Gold Key) #1(7/1965; PHOTO Cover; One Man’s Law; Dangerous Crossing; All Comics – NO Ads);


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ASTRO BOY (1965; GOLD KEY Comics Pub; Based on the 1963-1966 Animated Television Cartoon series;  Classic Animated Manga Japanese Cartoon; Astro Boy, a BOY ROBOT, known in Japan by its original name Mighty Atom, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated & created by manga and anime legend Osamu Tezuka from 1952 to 1968);

>>>> CBR = For the Upcoming ASTRO BOY Live Action four-quadrant adventure MOVIE, New Line Cinema (with Animal Logic and Tezuka Productions) has hired Andre Fabrizio and Jeremy Passmore (San Andreas writers)  Introduced in a manga series published from 1952 to 1968, Astro Boy is a powerful robot created by the head of the Ministry of Science, Dr. Tenma (aka Dr. Astor Boyton II), to replace his dead son. The scientist soon rejects Astro Boy, who eventually ends up in the care of the kind, new head of the Ministry of Science, where he fights evil and injustice. Astro Boy has been adapted several times for television, most famously in 1963, and most recently for the big screen in 2009 in a CG-animated film that grossed just $44 million worldwide.

>>>> Wikipedia = Mighty Atom (1959 tokusatsu series) Astro Boy (1963-1966 anime series) Astro Boy (1980 anime series) The Original Astro Boy (1987 American comic book series) Astro Boy (2003 anime series) Astro Boy (2009 Hong Kong/American CG animated film) An American computer-animated film based on the original manga series by Tezuka was released on October 23, 2009. In March 2015, a trailer was released announcing a new animated series.

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#1 (8/1965; #10151-508; ONE-SHOT;

FIRST American English Language comic book appearance of ASTRO BOY;

Fred Fredericks stories; Featuring; Gangor the Monster; Attack of the Mud People;

LOW PRINT and SCARCE; ≫ SOLD OUT;



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ATOM ANT (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; SCARCE One-Shot Special) -

#1 (1/1966; Precious Pupp and Hillbilly Bears backup stories; Scarce One-Shot; VG, 4.0 = $69.00; Good, 2.0 = $36.00);

#1 (1/1966; Precious Pupp and Hillbilly Bears backup stories; Scarce One-Shot; overall G/VG, but TITLE OFF, bottom 2/3 of Cover Remains = $22.00);

AUGGIE DOGGIE (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; SCARCE One-Shot Special) -

#1 (10/1963; Scarce; One Shot; Yakky Doodle & Chopper-s; Pixie, Dixie & Mr Jinx text-s; FA/G, Centerfold misssing; Xerox CF provided; SOLD OUT );

THE AVENGERS - JOHN STEED EMMA PEEL (cover title) (Gold Key; based on the famous TV series starring Patrick MacNee & Diana Rigg) -

#1 (11/1968; Patrick MacNee & Diana Rigg PHOTO front cover; Regular edition; with AD on back cover; FN/VF = $85);

#1 (11/1968; Patrick MacNee & Diana Rigg PHOTO front cover; Scarce Variant Edition with PHOTO back cover, plus Photo inside front & Photo inside back

covers; G/VG=$40);

BABY SNOOTS {the Forgetful Elefink} (Gold Key; 8/1970-11/1975)- #1-18,20-22;

BABY SNOOTS {the Forgetful Elefink} (Whitman; 1972)- #9

BAMM-BAMM and PEBBLES FLINTSTONE (Gold Key; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1 (10/1964; Uncommon One-Shot; 5 x All-New Stories; Printed with NO Ads; VG, 4.0 = $32.00);

THE BANANA SPLITS(6/1969-10/1971; Hanna-Barbera TV Featuring; Fleegle, Drooper, Snorky & Bingo; Photo's Covers from the TV Series on all) -#1(Photo's on all 4 covers); #2-8;

BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH (4/1964) #1;

BATTLE OF THE PLANETS  (Gold Key Comics Pub; Based on the Syndicated Animated CARTOON Series by the Sandy Frank Film Syndicate)

Wikipedia Notes; ** Battle of the Planets (1978) is an American adaptation of the Japanese anime series Science Ninja Team Gatchaman (1972).   **  Of the 105 original Gatchaman episodes, 85 were used in the Battle of the Planets adaptation, produced by Sandy Frank Entertainment. The adaptation was generally faithful to the plot and character development of the original Gatchaman series, but significant additions and reductions were made in order to increase appeal to the North American television market of the late 1970s, as well as avoid controversy from parents; these included the removal of elements of graphic violence and profanity.

** As of June 2013, Sentai-Filmworks have licensed the Gatchaman franchise. An oft-delayed CGI film based on the franchise, Gatchaman, last slated for a 2011 release from Warner Bros., was officially canceled in June 2011. However, a live-action Gatchaman feature film was released in Japan in August 2013.

#1 (6/1979; FIRST PRINTING; ** FIRST appearance of BATTLE OF THE PLANETS (aka Gatchaman) in American COMICS; ** FIRST appearance in COMICS of; G-FORCE, 7-Zark-7, Mark, Princess, Jason, Tiny, Keyop, Zoltar and the Supreme One; ( A ) Battle of the Planets in Operation: Decoy, 12 page story; ( B ) Battle of the Planets in Undersea Threat, 10 page story; ** Cover may be from an Actual Animation Cel from the TV Show (a.k.a Gatchaman in Japan). Gary Poole story; Winslow Mortimer art; ASK); #2-5;

BATTLE OF THE PLANETS (6/1979; Whitman ONLY editions) #6-10;

BATTLE OF THE PLANETS #7-9 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


BEEP BEEP THE ROAD RUNNER (Gold Key; 1966-1980; Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers);

#1 (10/1966; ask;

#2-10,13-17,19-34,36-46,49-88;

BEEP BEEP THE ROAD RUNNER (Whitman ONLY editions; 1980-1984; Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers);

#89-90,94-96,99-101 (Regular editions with both Newsstand & Direct Distribution);

BEEP BEEP THE ROAD RUNNER (Whitman ONLY editions; 1980-1984; Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers);

#91-93, 102-105 SCARCE to RARE  (NO Newsstand Distribution  - Direct Distribution ONLY) = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


BEETLE BAILEY (11/62) (Gold Key) - #39-53,120-131;

BEETLE BAILEY (11/62) (Whitman ONLY editions) - #131,132;

BEN CASEY FILM STORIES (Gold Key Pub; Low Print & Scarce) - #30009-211 (#1; 11/1962; One-Shot; TV; all 4 Covers have Photo's; Stiff covers; Stories Told

in Comics format, but all in B&W PHOTO's; small name written at upper left cover corner, VF+, 8.5 = $86);


BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES (Gold Key Comics Pub)

#NN (30044-012; 12/1970; #1; One-Shot Movie Classic; ** Beneath the Planet of the Apes MOVIE Classic adaptation Comic adaptation of the 1970 movie, which starred James Franciscus, Charlton Heston, and Roddy McDowall. ** The Lone survivor of an interplanetary rescue mission, an astronaut named Brent, searches for Taylor, the only survivor of the previous expedition; He discovers a planet run by apes and an underground city populated with weird telepathic humans.  ** IMDB: Astronaut Brent is sent to rescue Taylor but crash lands on the Planet of the Apes, just like Taylor did in the original film. Taylor has disappeared into the Forbidden Zone so Brent and Nova try to follow and find him. He discovers a cult of humans that fear the Apes' latest military movements and finds himself in the middle. Tension mounts to a climactic battle between ape and man deep in the bowels of the planet. Sequel to "Planet of the Apes." Film Two of the Original series of Five Movies; ** Scarce Insert Pull-Out (APE PROTEST) POSTER  is still Intact and included; ** Three PHOTOS on Front cover by Maurice Evens; PHOTO Back Cover; Two PHOTOS on inside Front cover; Three PHOTOS on inside Back cover; Alberto Giolitti and Sergio Costa art;

#NN (30044-012; Movie Classic; Insert Poster Missing, G/VG, 3.0 = $15.00);

#NN (30044-012; Movie Classic; Insert Poster Missing, VG, 4.0 = $20.00);

#NN (30044-012; Movie Classic; Scarce Insert Poster is still present; ASK);


THE BEST OF BUGS BUNNY #1(January 1967; SOLD OUT), #2(November 1968);


BONANZA (Gold Key Comics Pub; 12/1962-8/1970; Based on the Classic TV WESTERN Series, which Lasted 14 Seasons, 430 episodes from 1959-1973; Starring;

 Lorne Greene as Ben Cartwright, Michael Landon as Joseph Little Joe Cartwright, Dan Blocker as Eric Hoss Cartwright, Pernell Roberts as Adam Cartwright; ** PHOTO covers on all)

#1 (12/1962; TV CAST Lorne Greene as Ben Cartwright, Michael Landon as Joseph Little Joe Cartwright, Dan Blocker as Eric Hoss Cartwright, Pernell Roberts PHOTO cover; FA/G, 1.5 = $18.00),

#2,4,5,7-36, 37(8/1970; Last issue);



BONANZA (Gold Key Comics Pub; 12/1962-8/1970; Based on the Classic TV WESTERN Series, which Lasted 14 Seasons, 430 episodes from 1959-1973; Starring;

Lorne Greene as Ben Cartwright, Michael Landon as Joseph Little Joe Cartwright, Dan Blocker as Eric Hoss Cartwright, Pernell Roberts as Adam Cartwright; ** PHOTO covers on all) = HIGHEST GRADED Copies in Stock (For Lower Grade & Cheaper Copies = ASK):

#10 (10/1964; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39.00):

#18 (2/1966; VF, 8.0 = $39.00); #20 (6/1966; VF, 8.0 = $39.00);

#24 (5/1967; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00);

#28 (5/1968; VARIANT Edition with 15 Cents Cover Price; FN, 6.0 = $22.00);

#29 (8/1968; VF+, 8.5 = $45.00); #30 (11/1968; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00);

#33 (8/1969; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00);

#34 (11/1969; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00); #36 (5/1970; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00); #37(8/1970; Last issue; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00);


BORIS KARLOFF TALES OF MYSTERY (1962-1980; Gold Key; #1,2 = "THRILLER" = 80 page Giants; #80-85 are all 52 page Giants) -

#1 (10/1962; Boris Karloff THRILLER; Square-Bound GIANT; 84 pages including Covers; Boris Karloff PHOTO front and Back covers; Art by; Mike Sekowsky, Mike Peppe, Ray Bailey, Tom Gill, Giovanni Ticci, Alberto Giolitti, Jerry Robinson; ASK);

#2 (1/1963; Boris Karloff THRILLER; Square-Bound GIANT; 84 pages including Covers; PAINTED Cover, with Boris Karloff PHOTO Insert; Art by; George Evans, Mike Sekowsky, Mike Peppe, Tom Gill, Herb Trimpe, Dan Spiegle, Bob Fujitani, Jack Sparling, Giovanni Ticci, Alberto Giolitti,  ASK);

#3-79

#81-86 (all Scarcer 52 page GIANT issues);

#87-96, 97(1980);



BROTHERS OF THE SPEAR (6/1972) (Gold Key) - #1-17;

BROTHERS OF THE SPEAR (5/1982) (Whitman ONLY editions) - #18;

BUCK ROGERS(Gold Key) - #1(10/1964), 2-7;

BUCK ROGERS (Whitman ONLY editions) #11-16;

BUCK ROGERS - #8, 9 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

#10 = NOT Printed & does NOT exist;

BUFFALO BILL JR. (9/1965; TV Western; PHOTO-c) - #1;

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BUGS BUNNY (1962) (Gold Key) -#86(1st Gold Key issue; 84 Page Giant; Stiff-c; Pepe Le Pew-s; Speedy Gonzales-s);

#87(Halloween issue; Bugs Bunny SHOWTIME; 84 Page Giant; Stiff-c; MOST Looney Tunes character appear; Pepe Le Pew-s);

#88(Bugs Bunny SHOWTIME; 84 Page Giant; Stiff-c; MOST Looney Tunes character appear; Pepe Le Pew-s; Tasmanian Devil-s);

#89,91-120;

#121[1/1969; First comics appearance the Warner Bros TV cartoon characters COOL CAT (the Beatnik Tiger) and Colonel Rimfire (the Big Game Hunter) = 6 page story; SACRCER SILVER AGE KEY issue; FN/VF, 7.0 = $20.00, ask ];

#122 - #217;

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BUGS BUNNY (1962; Whitman ONLY editions) #217-220,223-228, 230, 232,234-237;

BUGS BUNNY (Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers) #221, 222, 238-245 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

BUGS BUNNY, DYNABRITE COMICS (1979) (Whitman ONLY editions) - #NN;

BUGS BUNNY AND PORKY PIG #1(9/1965; Newsprint-c = Scarce in Higher Grades);

BUGS BUNNY AND PORKY PIG, THE MOST DARING YOUNG FELLOW (Golden Press) (1979) - #NN;

BUGS BUNNY WINTER FUN (1956) #1 (84 Page Giant);

BULLWINKLE (Gold Key; 11/1962) #1

BULLWINKLE AND ROCKY(Hanna-Barbera; TV Cartoon; Gold Key; 11/1962-1980; #5,9-11= Sherman & Peabody-s; #7,9-11=Dudley DooRight-s);

#1(November 1962); #4(7/1972); #5(9/1972; Sherman & Peabody-s);#6,9-15, 17-21,23-25;

CAPTAIN NICE (Gold Key; NBC TV Superhero Series - One Season - 15 Episodes; William Daniels as Carter Nash/Capt Nice, Alice Ghostley as Mrs. Nash, Ann

Prentiss as Sgt. Candy Kane) - #1 (11/1967; William Daniels as Capt Nice PHOTO front & back covers; William Daniels PHOTO inside front & inside back

covers; Includes; Fowl Play, The Big Flood, Good Deed Indeed, and Think Mink);

CAPTAIN SINDBAD (Movie Classic) #10077-309 (9/1963; Russ MANNING-a; PHOTO-c ;


CAPTAIN VENTURE AND THE LAND BENEATH THE SEA (10/1968) - #1,2;

CAVE KIDS (2/1963; TV Cartoon; Hanna-Barbera; Flinstones Spinoff) -#1(1st app Rocky Ranger & Cave Kids); #2(Wally Gator-s; Sherlock Holmes parody); #3(Wally Gator-s; Loopy de Loop text-s);#4-8#10(9/1965; Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm-c/app; early Gruesomes-s; Auggie Doggie text-s);#11-16(Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm-c/app; early Gruesomes-s; Auggie Doggie text-s)

CHECKMATE (1962; TV; Anthony George, Sebastian Cabot & Doug McClure PHOTO-c on both) - #1,2;

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (2/1969; MOVIE Classic; based on IAN FLEMING novel) - #NN(#1; PHOTO's on all 4 Covers; with Photo POSTER insert intact)

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (2/1969; MOVIE Classic; based on IAN FLEMING novel) - #NN(#1; PHOTO's on all 4 Covers; POSTER missing)


CHOO-CHOO CHARLIE (Gold Key Pub; based on the Quaker City Chocolate, "Good N Plenty" Candy characters); -#1(12/1969; 1st & only app of Choo-Choo Charlie & Lady in comics; John Stanley-a; VG = $22; ask);


CITY SURGEON {BLAKE HARPER...} #1(8/1963; Painted-c);


CLOSE SHAVES OF PAULINE PERIL (Gold Key; 1970-1971; Low Print and Scarcer title; Original GK Series, concept swiped from the TV Cartoon The Perils of Pauline Pitstop; Del Connell stories with Jack Manning art);

#1(6/1970; SOLD OUT); #2(9/1970; SOLD OUT); #3(12/1970; SOLD OUT); #4(3/1971; LAST issue; SOLD OUT);



THE COLOSSAL SHOW (One Shot, 10/1969; based on the Total Television Prod TV Cartoon) - #1(set in Roman Times);

COWBOY IN AFRICA (3/1968; TV) - #1(PHOTO's on all 4 Covers; Chuck Connors-c);

DAFFY DUCK (Gold Key) - #31(12/1962), 33-73,75-77,79-127;#132, 133 = NOT Printed & do NOT exist;

DAFFY DUCK (Whitman ONLY editions) 128,134-137,139-141;

DAFFY DUCK MINI-COMIC #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; Road Runner & Wile-E-Coyote X-Over; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong;

6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8);

DAFFY DUCK (Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers) #129-131, 142-145 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

DAGAR THE INVINCIBLE (10/1972) (Gold Key) - #1-19;

DAN CURTIS GIVEAWAY (Dan Curtis Giveaway/ Promotional Comic; Mini 3"x6" Oblong Color Comic; 24 pages); - #1(Dark Shadows); #2(Star Trek); #3(Twilight Zone); #4(Ripley's Believe it or Not); #5(TUROK, Son of Stone);#6(Star Trek); #7(Occult Files Dr Spector); #8(Dagar the Invincible); #9(Grimm's Ghost Stories);

DANIEL BOONE (Fess Parker; TV; PHOTO-c; 1964) - #1-15;


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DARK SHADOWS (Gold Key Pub; 3/1969-2/1976; Dan Curtis Production TV / Television series; #1-7=PHOTO-c; #8-30=Painted-c; #31-35=Line Drawn-c; Gothic Horror TV Vampire Soap Opera Series, with Barnabas Collins); >> [ Collins family and their ghost-ridden Collinwood mansion; Jonathan Frid as Barnabas Collins; David Selby as Quentin Collins;Lara Parker as Angélique the Witch; This classic TV Series had 1,225 episodes; Some episodes included Werewolves, Witches, and Warlocks, the Devil & other Evil entities; Dan Curtis Production TV / Television series; >>> Johnathan Frid as Barnabas Collins PHOTO covers on #1-7]; Prices in USA Funds;

#1 (3/1969; PHOTO Front & Back Covers; PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers; Vampire’s Prey; Bonus insert poster missing; VG=$25; G/VG=$20; G=$15);
#2 (8/1969; PHOTO Cover; The Fires of Darkness by Joe Certa;  FN+, 6.5 = $36.00); #2 (8/1969; PHOTO Cover; The Fires of Darkness by Joe Certa;  VG/FN=$25; VG=$20; G/VG=$14; G=$11);
#3 (11/1969; PHOTO Front & Back Covers; PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers; Return for Revenge.” Bonus insert poster missing; VG/FN=$16; VG=$13; G/VG=$10);
#4 (2/1970; PHOTO Cover; The Man Who Would not Die; FN/VF, 7.0 = $32.00; VG/FN=$18; VG=$15; G/VG=$12);
#5 (5/1970; PHOTO Cover; The Curse of Collins Isle ;  VG=$15);
#6 (8/1970; PHOTO Cover; Awake to Evil; FN/VF, 7.0 = $32.00; FN=$22; VG=$15);
#7 (11/1970; PHOTO Cover; Wings of Fear;  VG/FN=$18; VG=$15; G/VG=$12);

#8 (Feb. 1971; The Vampire Trap; 1st PAINTED-c; VG/FN=$21; G/VG=$13);
#9 (May 1971; Creatures in Torment; FN/VF=$26; FN=$20; VG/FN=$16; VG=$13; G/VG=$10);

#10 (Aug. 1971; Souls in Bondage; FN/VF=$26; FN=$20);
#11 (Nov. 1971; The Thirteenth Star; FN/VF=$25; FN=$16; VG/FN=$13);
#12 (Feb. 1972; The Glove; FN/VF=$25; VG/FN=$13; G/VG=$8);
#13 (Apr. 1972; Hellfire; FN/VF=$25; VG=$10; another copy = ASK);
#14 (June 1972; The Mystic Painting; FN/VF=$25; FN=$16);

#15 (Aug. 1972; The Night Children; ASK);
#16 (Oct. 1972; The Scarab; FN=$16; VG/FN=$13; another copy = ASK);
#17 (Dec. 1972; The Bride of Barnabas Collins; 16 page Bonus Insert Fun Catalog intact; VF+=$44);

#18 (Feb. 1973; Guest in the House; ASK);#19 (April/1973; Island of Eternal Life; ASK);#20 (June 1973; Quentin the Vampire; VG = $13; G/VG=$10);
#21 (Aug. 1973; The Crimson Carnival; G=$6);

#21(Aug. 1973; The Crimson Carnival; 20% of Front cover missing, FAIR = $3.50);
#22 (Oct. 1973; Seed of Evil; VG=$10; G/VG=$8);
#23 (Dec. 1973; The Cult of the Dasni;
 16 page Bonus Insert Fun Catalog intact; VF=$29; FN/VF=$22; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10; G/VG=$8);
#24 (Feb. 1974; On Borrowed Blood; VF=$3299; FN/VF=$22; VG=$10; G/VG=$8; G=$6);
#25 (Apr. 1974; The Immortal; FN=$15; G/VG=$8; FA/G=$5);#26 (June 1974; The Witch Dolls; VF=$29; G=$6);
#27 (Aug. 1974; My Blood or Yours; VF=$29; VG/FN=$12; G/VG=$8);

#28 (Oct. 1974; The Visitor; FN=$15; G/VG = $8);
#29 (Dec. 1974; Stolen Centuries;
 Bonus 16 Page Fun Catalogue; NM, 9.4 = $99);
#29 (Dec. 1974; Stolen Centuries;
 Bonus 16 Page Fun Catalogue; FN=$15; VG=$12);
#30 (Feb. 1975; The Weekend Witch Hunters; LAST Painted-c; VF=$29; FN/VF=$22; FN=$15; G/VG=$8);

#31 (Apr. 1975; The Doom of Helgi Kolnisson; FN/VF=$22; FN=$15; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10; G=$6; FA/G=$5);
#32 (June 1975; The Secret of the Light-House; VF+=$37; VF=$29; VG/FN=$12; G/VG=$8; G=$6);
#33 (Aug. 1975; King of the Wolves; VF=$29; FN=$15; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10; G/VG=$8; G=$6; FA/G=$5);
#34 (Nov. 1975; Collinwood Possessed; VF=$29; VG/FN=$12; VG=$10; G=$6; FA/G=$5);
#35 (Feb. 1976; LAST issue; The Missing Manuscripts; VF=$29; FN/VF=$22; FN=$15);

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DARK SHADOWS (Dan Curtis Giveaway/ Promotional Comic; Mini 3"x6" Oblong Color Comic; 24 pages); #1(1974; VF/NM, 9.0 = $29);

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DEAR NANCY PARKER (6/1963) - #2;


DEPUTY DAWG (Gold Key Comics Pub; Terrytoons TV Cartoon) -

#1 (8/1965; #10164-508; One-Shot; NO Ads; Deputy Dawg with Muskie, Vincent Van Gopher & Ty Coon Playing Banjo, Drum & Horn cover; Dan Gormley art; This Gold Key comic Reprints Four Color #1299 & is Scarcer than the Dell Original; GCD Notes; Deputy Dawg in Ear Buster = 8 Page story; Deputy Dawg in Volunteer Fire Brigade = 7 Page story; Deputy Dawg in Sprout Master = 7 Page story; Deputy Dawg in Dancing Shoes = 8 Page story; SOLD OUT)

 

 

DEPUTY DAWG Presents DINKY DUCK and HASHIMOTO-SAN (Gold Key Comics Pub; Terrytoons TV Cartoon) -

#1 (8/1965; #10159-508; One-Shot; NO Ads; Scarce; First Comics appearance of DINKY DUCK and HASHIMOTO-SAN vs Evil Cat = Martial Arts cover & story; DINKY DUCK in Right or Wrong = 5 page story;  HASHIMOTO-SAN in Early to Sled = 7 page story; DINKY DUCK in Out in the Cold = 5 page story; Deputy Dawg = Three x One Page Stories; HASHIMOTO-SAN inBus Stoppers = 7 page story; Clint Cobber in Parking Lot = 8 page story; FN/VF, 7.0 = $62.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $17.00; Good, 2.0 = $12.00);



DOC SAVAGE (Gold Key Comics Pub; Based on the PULPS & Paperbacks by Kenneth Robeson aka Lester Dent)

#1 [11/1966; 32 pages All-New Comics Story Adaption of The THOUSAND-HEADED MAN = Leo Dorfman story, Jack Sparling art; 36 Pages including covers; NO Ads; Classic Doc Savage with a SNAKE wrapped around his body PAINTED cover swiped from Doc Savage paperback #1 by JAMES BAMA on Front & Back covers; Pinup art on inside front cover; DOC SAVAGE TEAM Pinup art on inside back cover; Intended as a 1966 movie tie-in that would star Chuck Connors as Doc. (Doc looks somewhat like Chuck Connors on the cover.) The movie never happened due to some ownership squabble; ** Dwayne (the Rock) Johnson confirmed he will play DOC SAVAGE in the upcoming DOC SAVAGE Movie / Film by SHANE BLACK, for a Sony Pictures adaptation; SHANE BLACK is working on the MOVIE script with co-writers Anthony Bagarozzi and Charles Mondry; VG+, 4.5 = $35.00; VG, 4.0 = $29.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $22.00];


DOCTOR SOLAR, MAN OF THE ATOM (Gold Key comics Pub; 1962-1982);

#1 (10/1962 - Summer/1962; FIRST PRINTING; ** DOCTOR SOLAR was the First Original Character by Gold Key comics;  ** An Atomic accident turns a Young Scientist into a Fantastic Being. ( A ) Doctor Solar in Solar's Secret,  ** ORIGIN and First appearance of Dr. Phillip Solar aka DOCTOR SOLAR cover and story;  Doctor Solar is not in costume.** First appearance of NURO; ** Appearance by; Dr. Gail Sanders, Dr. Clarkson, Dr. Bently and Dr. Rasp; Synopsis; Solar and the team at Atom Valley are working on energy-into-matter. Rasp, conducting industrial espionage for Nuro, rigs an accident to kill Bently, moving  Rasp closer to the project.  The radiation overdose does not kill Solar, but makes him radioactive. Project director Clarkson helps him cover up the transformation. 18 page comic story by Paul S. Newman with Art by Bob Fujitani; ( B ) Doctor Solar in An Atomic Inferno; 14 page comic story by Paul S. Newman with Art by Bob Fujitani; Synopsis; An accidental explosion forces Solar to learn to control his powers. When Gail uncovers Rasp's espionage he tries to kill her, but Solar comes to the rescue.  Clarkson figures out that Solar needs frequent replenishment with radiation. Disgusted at Rasp's repeated failures, Nuro kills him; Notes from GCD; *** Solar Pin-Up No. 1 on BACK cover, same the Front Cover, without most of the Text; ** DOCTOR SOLAR Abilities includes; Super-Genius Level Intelligence;  Since the accident that turned him into a godlike being whose body was transformed into pure energy, Solar gained a vast array of powers including: Energy manipulation in all its forms, and can also generate, absorb, and convert energy and fire energy blasts, Atomic and subatomic manipulation, Invulnerability, Immortality, Superhuman strength, speed and endurance, Teleportation, Flight;

** Richard M. Powers (1921-1996) painted cover;  (Famous Surrealist Painted Cover Artist, did about 500 Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books Mass Market Paperback Covers in the 1950's and 1960's; He was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame in 2008, and the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 2016); ** DOCTOR SOLAR first appeared in 1962 by Gold Key Comics and has since appeared in other incarnations in books published by: Valiant Comics (1991-1996), Acclaim Comics(1997-2001),  Dark Horse Comics (2008), and Dynamite Entertainment (2014-2015); ** DOCTOR SOLAR was created by writer Paul S. Newman and editor Matt Murphy, with Bob Fujitani art; ** Printed with NO Comic Code;  ASK):

#2(Hypo Needle Hypnotic Drug panels); #3,4, 5(Costume-c/s);

#6, 7(Undersea UFO-c/s), 8,9; #10, 11 (2-Part story where Dr Solar becomes a Giant), 12;#13(Dinosaurs-c/s; A-Bomb Explosion), 14, 15(classic Painted-c); #16-27;

DOCTOR SOLAR MAN OF THE ATOM (Whitman; 1981) #28-31;

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DOCTOR SOLAR MAN OF THE ATOM (1962-1982; Whitman ONLY editions) - #28-31;

DUKE OF THE K-9 PATROL (4/1963) - #1;

DYNABRITE COMICS [Whitman Publishing Co.: 1978 – 1979 (69¢, 10x7-1/8”, 48 pgs., cardboard-c) (Blank inside covers)] = SEE other Tiltes in the WALT


DISNEY section of out Website; -

# 11357 – Star Trek (Star Trek 33,41-r = THE EVICTORS/ THE CHOICE);

# 11358 – Star Trek (Star Trek 34,36-r = A BOMB IN TIME/ THE PSYCHOCRYSTALS);

# 11359 – Bugs Bunny-r;


FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (Gold Key Movie Classic; PHOTO cover; Sophia Loren, Stephen Boyd, Alec Guinness; SOLD OUT);


FAMILY AFFAIR - (1970; TV; PHOTO covers; Buffy & Jodie)

- #1(FA/G, Bonus poster is missing $5); #1(VG/FN, with poster $24); #2; #3(7/1970), 4;


FANTASTIC VOYAGE (GOLD KEY Comics; 8-12/1969; Filmation's 20th Century Fox ABC-TV Saturday mornings Cartoon Series, with 17 Episodes in 1968-1969, based on the Movie from 1966; TV Show was Directed by Hal Sutherland, with Voices of; Marvin Miller, Jane Webb, Ted Knight)

#1 (8/1969; First comics appearance of the Miniaturized C.M.D.F. (Civilian Miniaturized Defense Force) Team including; Jonathan Kidd, Erika Lane, Dr. Guru, Busby Birdwell;  Fantastic Voyage in The Rombar Ruby, cover and 12 page story; Fantastic Voyage in the Seeds of Power, 14 page story;  Don R. Christensen stories; Paul Norris and Mike Royer cover and art; );

#2-A (12/1969; LAST issue; Regular edition with "SWEEPSTAKES more than 1000 Prizes plus TV Appearances" Banner at top of cover ; Fantastic Voyage in The Black Fire cover and Two-Part story;   George Wilson PAINTED Cover; Sparky Moore and Mike Royer art);

#2-B (12/1969; LAST issue; Scarcer VARIANT Edition, with banner at top of cover that reads “Civilian Miniaturized Defense Force”; Fantastic Voyage in The Black Fire cover and Two-Part story;   George Wilson PAINTED Cover; Sparky Moore and Mike Royer art);


Fantastic Voyage (Movie Classic) 2/1967; #10178-702; PHOTO Cover; Art by; Dan Adkins, Wally Wood., Tony Coleman; Based on the 1966 film starring Stephen Boyd, Raquel Welch, and Edmond O'Brien) 


THE FANTASTIC VOYAGES OF SINBAD (10/1965) - #1(Dragon-c/s; NO Ads); #2(Minotaur-c/s; Sea Serpent-s);


Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (3/1974-1979; based on Bill Cosby's TV Animated Cartoon) (Gold Key) - #1-6,8,10,11,13-29;


55 DAYS AT PEKING (Movie Classic; Gold Key pub) #10081-309(9/1063; PHOTO Front-c, Back-c & Inside Front-c; Peking during the 1900 Boxer Rebellion in China; Film Starred; Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, David Niven; VF, 8.0 = $24.00);


FIRST MEN ON THE MOON (Gold Key Comics Pub); #10132-503 (1965; Based on H.G.Wells novel; Ray Harryhausen MOVIE CLASSIC; Photo front, back & inside front covers; SOLD OUT)

FLASH GORDON (1965; Gold Key) - #1(One-Shot)

FLASH GORDON (1978-1982; formerly King/Charlton Pub; Gold Key) - #19-27;

FLASH GORDON (11978-1982; Whitman ONLY editions) #28-29, 30(1st & 2nd printings), 31-37;

FLASH GORDON (Whitman) Factory Sealed Polybag Set of Whitman  #31-33 (Set of FLASH GORDON THE MOVIE, Part-1-3; WILLIAMSON-c/a; Partial PHOTO Covers; VF+ = $45.00 for the Lot)


FLASH GORDON #30 (October/1980; RARE; 1st Printing) = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


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The FLINTSTONES (GOLD KEY PUB; 10/1962-9/1970; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; #1-6=DELL Pub; #7up=Gold Key; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) -

>>> We Have LOWER GRADED & Cheaper Copies on MOST issues (Except those marked as SOLD OUT) = ASK

#7 (10/1962; First Gold Key issue; 6th app of Cave Kids as Text-s with illo; Perry Gunnite & Pebble Bleach-s;

#8 (12/1962; 1st app Rodney Rocktop in 2 page Text-s with 3 illos; 1st Pebble Bleach Solo-s);

#9 (2/1963; Perry Gunnite-s; 2nd Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo);

#10 (4/1963; Pre-Hysterical Egg-c/s; 3rd Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo);

#11 (6/1963; First appearance of PEBBLES Flintstone-c/s; Rodney Rocktop app; Perry Gunnite-s; SCARCE as this is a HIGH DEMAND & Very Under-Valued Silver Age KEY issue; SOLD OUT);

#12 (7/1963; 2nd appearance of PEBBLES Flintstone; Perry Gunnite-s; Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo; FN/VF, 7.0 = $26.00; G/VG=$8);

#13 (9/1963; 3rd appearance of PEBBLES Flintstone; CAVE KIDS-s; Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo; FN/VF, 7.0 = $26.00; VG/FN=$12.00);

#14 (10/1963; 4th appearance of PEBBLES Flintstone & 1st Solo-s with Perry Gunnite app; Whatever happened to Baby PEBBLES-s; TOUCHE TURTLE and DUM DUM-s; Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo; FN=$16.00);

#15 (9/1963; 5th appearance of PEBBLES Flintstone; Perry Gunnite-s; Rodney Rocktop Text-s with illo; FN=$16.00; ASK);

#16 (1/1964; First appearance of BAMM-BAMM Rubble-c/s; SCARCE as this is a HIGH DEMAND & Very Under-Valued Silver Age KEY issue; Great Stone Age Hot Rod Race-c/s; Rodney Rocktop app; Quick Draw McGraw-s; Perry Gunnite Text-s; ASK);

#17 (3/1964; 1st appearance Ann-Margrock = Ann-Margaret parody; Rodney Rocktop app; Perry Gunnite Text-s; Fred & Barney in DRAG-s; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist Backup Stories Begin; ASK);

#18 (5/1964; Flintstones at the Boy Scout Jamboree-c/s; 2nd appearance of BAMM-BAMM; 2nd Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist backup-s issue; Perry Gunnite Text-s; FN-, 5.5 = $14.00);

#19 (7/1964; 3rd appearance BAMM-BAMM-c/app; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist-s, 1st app Spookstones in Flintstones-s; VG/FN=$12);

#20 (8/1964; 4th appearance BAMM-BAMM-c/app; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist-s; Rodney Rocktop appears; G/VG=$8.00);

#21 (9/1964; Pebbles & BAMM-BAMM-c/s; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist-s; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; FN+, 6.5 = 20.00);

#22 (10/1964; First appearance Ben Cagey = TV's Ben Casey spoof; Pebbles-c; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist-s; FN+, 6.5 = $20.00);

#23 (11/1964; Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm-c/s; Mr. & Mrs. J. Evil Scientist-s; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; 1st appearance of Rock Hazel the Witch & Fred as the Wild Man of Bedrock; FN/VF, 7.0 = $25.00);

#24 (1/1965; First appearance of the GRUESOMES-c/s; ASK);

#25 (3/1965; The Great Dodo Hunt-s; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids-s; FN, 6.0 = $16.00);

#26 (5/1965; Second appearance of the GRUESOMES;

#27 (7/1965; Third appearance of the GRUESOMES; Perry Gunnite appears);

#28 (8/1965; Flintstones and the Pirates of Skull Island-c/s; Cave Kids-s)

#29 (9/1965; Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm-c/s; D is for Desert & Danger-s; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids-s; VG = $10.00);

#30 (10/1965; First appearance of the MARTIAN MOPHEADS in Dude Ranch Roundup with Pebbles & Bamm Bamm-c/s; Cave Kids-s; Perry Gunnite appears in Flintstones-s; ASK)

#31 (12/1965; Christmas in Bedrock-c/s; Cave Kids-s; SOLD OUT)

#32 (2/1966; Once Upon a Dragonsaurus-c/s; TOP CAT illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids-s; Fred as Rock Flintstone-s; VG/FN = $12.00);

#33 (4/1966; Flintstones Meet FRANKENSTEIN and DRACULA-c/s, with Werewolf & Mummy appearances; SCARCE as this is a HIGH DEMAND & Very Under-Valued Silver Age KEY issue; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids-s; ASK);

#34 (6/1966; First appearance of the GREAT GAZOO-c/s; SCARCE as this is a HIGH DEMAND & Very Under-Valued Silver Age KEY issue; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids-s; ASK);

#35 (8/1966; Pancho Petras vs Bool-A-Saurus-s; Perry Gunnite illustrated Text-s; Cave Kids with Izzy Einstone-s; VG/FN = $12.00);

#36 (10/1966; The MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE cover and story; Animated Cartoon movie adaption of the 89 Minute feature-length film based on the Flintstones Animated TV Cartoon Show; Secret agent Rock Slag is injured during a chase in Bedrock. Slag's chief decides to replace the injured Slag with Fred Flintstone, who just happens to look like him. The trip takes Fred to Paris and Rome, which is good for Wilma, Barney, and Betty-but can Fred foil the mysterious Green Goose's evil plan for a destructive missile without letting his wife and friends in on his secret? Appearances by; Fred Flintstone, Ali, Bobo, Chief, Tanya, Mario, Wilma and Pebbles Flintstone, Barney, Bamm-Bamm and Betty Rubble; Dino); 

#37 (12/1966; Bedrock Ice Capades-c/s; Cave Kids-s);

#38-59, #60(9/1970; Scarcer LAST issue);


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THE FLINTSTONES AT THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR (1964 & 1965; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) = see WARREN Pub listing;

THE FLINTSTONES BIGGER AND BOLDER (11/1962; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; GIANTS) - #1,2;

THE FLINTSTONES WITH PEBBLES & BAMM BAMM (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon)- #1;


FLIPPER (Gold Key comics Pub; 1966-1967; TV series; Lasted 3 Seasons with 88 episodes from 1964-1967 starring; Brian Kelly, Luke Halpin, Tommy Norden; Adventures of Porter, Sandy & Bud Ricks & their pet Dolphin FLIPPER) –

#1 (4/1966; PHOTO front & back covers; PHOTO inside front cover);

#2 (11/1966; PHOTO front & back covers; PHOTO inside front & inside back covers);

#3 (11/1967; LAST issue; PHOTO front & back covers);


FRACTURED FAIRY TALES - #1(1962; Scarcer; from the Jay Ward Bullwinkle TV cartoon; G/VG $24);


FREEDOM AGENT (Gold Key; continued in John Steele, Secret Agent #1) -#1(One-Shot; #10054-304; 3/1963; Painted-c; John Steele government agent, Spy & Adventurer; Giovanni Ticci & Alberto Giolitti art);


FUN-IN (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoons; 2/1970-12/1974; Gold Key pub; Dastardly & Muttley in their flying machines=1-4,6,9,10; It's the Wolf=1-4,7; Penelope Pitstop=1-4;Cattanooga Cats=2-4; Motormouse & Autocat=5,7,9; Harlem Globetrotters=8,10; Where's Huddles=9; Butch Cassidy=11; Speed Buggy=12,15;Hair Bear Bunch=13; Inch High Private Eye=14) -

#1 (2/1970; Dastardly and Muttley; SCARCE; FAIR, 1.0, reading copy = $13.00);

#2-15;


THE FUNKY PHANTOM (Gold Key Comics pub; Hanna-Barbera ABC TV Animated Cartoon from 1971-1972, lasted 17 Episodes; Trio of teenage detectives driving around the country and solving crimes; Imdb: Three teenagers and the ghost of a patriot from the American Revolution set across the country to uphold justice and fight discrimination. The show was a clone the Scooby-Doo series; Main Characters; Daws Butler as Jonathan Wellington Mudsy Muddlemore, Tommy Cook as Augie Anderson, Micky Dolenz as Skip Gilroy, Kristina Holland as April Stewart, Don Messick as Elmo the Dog, Boo the Cat, Farmer Higgins, Raven/Otis Carter, Chickenman/Mr. Angus, Ichabod Crane, Mayor, Packy, Ghost/Bill Sands, Spirit of '76/Hank Miller and More);

#1 (3/1972; First Comic appearances of; Jonathan Wellington Mudsy Muddlemore aka Funky Phantom, Skip Gilroy, April Stewart, Augie Anderson, Elmo the dog, Boo the Cat and Prissy Atwater; ** The Funky Phantom in The Chicken Avenger; ** The Funky Phantom in Ghostly Gold; Frank Hill cover; Art by; Roger Armstrong, Eulie Liggera  and Larry Mayer; VG, 4.0 = $39.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $29.00);

#2-13 (ASK);



FURY (TV) #10020-211(11/1962; PHOTO-c);

THE GALLANT MEN (GOLD KEY; WWII Action WAR TV Series; Stars: Robert McQueeney, William Reynolds, Robert Ridgely) –

#1 (10/1963; # 10085-310; PHOTO Front & Back Covers; Russ Manning Art; Good, 2.0 = $6.00);



GAY PURR-EE (Giant) (1/1963) - #1(Adapts the Chuck Jones & Mel Blanc Feature Length Animated cartoon, with Judy Garland);


GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE [Gold Key Comics pub; Created by JAY WARD and Bill Scott; ABC TV Animated Cartoon from 1967, lasted 17 Episodes;   The character George was inspired by the story of Tarzan and a cartoon characterization of George Eiferman (Mr. America, Mr. Universe, IFBB Hall of Famer; Created by Allan Burns; The TV Cartoon starred; Bill Scott as George, June Foray as Ursula, Paul Frees as District Commissioner, Daws Butler as Additional Voices];

#1 [2/1969; First Comic appearances of; George of the Jungle, Ape, Shep and Ursula cover and story; ** First Comic appearances of; Super Chicken and Tom Slick;

** George of the Jungle in Witch Doctor; Super Chicken in The Stolen State; Tom Slick in Monster Rally; George of the Jungle in 300-Pound Pearl (Based on "The Sultan's Pearl", episode #1 from the TV series; FN+, 6.5 = $59.00);

#2 (10/1969; FN+, 6.5 = $39.00);



G-8 AND HIS BATTLE ACES (10/1966; Based on PULPS) - #1;

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GIRL FROM U.N.C.L.E. (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; 1-10/1967; Based on the 29 Episode NBC TV Series; Created by Sam Rolfe; Starring: Stefanie Powers, Noel Harrison, Leo G. Carroll; Missions of agent April Dancer of U.N.C.L.E. / UNCLE aka the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement vs T.H.R.U.S.H. / THRUST aka Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity);

#1 (1/1967; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer & Noel Harrison as Mark Slate PHOTO cover; PHOTO BACK cover;  GIRL FROM U.N.C.L.E. in The Fatal Accidents Affair; Paul S. Newman story, Al McWilliams art; VF-, 7.5 = $49.00; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39.00; FN+, 6..5 = $30.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $24.00; VG, 4.0 = $18.00);

#2 (4/1967; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer PHOTO cover; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer & Noel Harrison as Mark Slate PHOTO BACK cover;  FN/VF, 7.0 = $XX.00; FN, 6.0 = $20.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);

#3 (6/1967; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer PHOTO cover and PHOTO Back cover; Good, 2.0 = $7.00);

#4 (8/1967; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer & Noel Harrison as Mark Slate PHOTO cover; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer PHOTO BACK cover; FN, 6.0 = $20.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00; VG, 4.0 = $12.00);

#5 (10/1967; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer & Noel Harrison as Mark Slate PHOTO cover; Stefanie Powers as April Dancer PHOTO BACK cover; FN/VF, 7.0 = $28.00; FN, 6.0 = $20.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);



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Golden All-Star Book (1977; Golden Press Pub; Full Color; 59 cent-c; New illustrated Text Stories, in Comic Book format; 36 pages including covers; Stiff covers; all Scarce);

#6415 (1977; Donny & Marie, by Wallace I. Green; Illustrated by Jose Delbo; Illustrated by Alden McWilliams; SOLD OUT);

#6416 (1977; ISIS, by Steve Skeates; TV Tie-In / DC Comics related; Contents; The Discovery, The Bermuda Triangle, The Hard Lesson; SOLD OUT);

#6417 (1977; Amazing Spider-Man vs Doctor Octopus-c/s, by Mary A. Mintzer; Marvel Comics related; Painted-c; VG=$20; FA=$9);

#?? (1977; Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids by Arnold Drake; Illustrated by Winslow Mortimer; SOLD OUT);

#6420 (1977; Charlie's Angels by Kashdan, George; Illustrated by Jack Sparling; SOLD OUT)

#6421 (1977; the Greatest by Bill Ochs; Based on a screenplay about Muhammad Ali by Ring Lardner Jr.; Illustrations by John Celardo; SOLD OUT);

GOLD KEY CHAMPION (3/1978) - #1(LOST IN SPACE); #2(MIGHTY SAMSON);

GOLD KEY SPOTLIGHT (5/1976-2/1978; Gold Key) -

#1(Tom, Dick & Harriet),

#2(Wacky Adventures of CRACKY),

#3(Wacky Witch),

#4(Tom, Dick & Harriet),

#5(Wacky Adventures of CRACKY),

#6(Dagar the Invincible),

#7(Wacky Witch),

#8(Occult Files of DR SPEKTOR),

#9(TRAGG & the Sky Gods),

#10(O.G. Whiz),

#11(LAST issue; 2/1978; Tom, Dick & Harriet),

GOLDEN Magazine (Kids Magazine; Cracky appears, etc; 1960's-1970's; $5-$20 each) = ASK

GOMER PYLE (7/1966-10/1967; TV Sitcom Comedy; Jim Nabors & Frank Sutton; 5 Seasons & 150 episodes from 1964-1969; PHOTO Front & Back Covers; PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers) -


#1(7/1966; VF minus=$55; VG=$20; G=$12; more ask);

#1(7/1966; FAIR, centerfold missing, B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $4);#2(1/1967; G/VG, but bottom 25% of cover missing thus FAIR, centerfold missing, B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $3);

#3(10/1967; FN/VF=$32; VG/FN=$18; VG=$15; G=$9);


THE GOVENOR AND J.J. (2/1970; TV; PHOTO-c) - #1-3;


GREEN HORNET (2-8/1967; Gold Key Pub; PHOTO Front, Back & Interior covers; from the BRUCE LEE & Van Williams TV Series);

#1(2/1967; VG/FN = $52.00; VG = $40.00; Another Copy = ASK)

#1(2/1967; Overall G/VG, but with 1-1/2" x 2" Piece missing at the upper right cover corner, thus FA/G = $16.00);

#2(5/1967; VF=$85.00; FN = $39.00; G/VG = $20.00; G = $14.00; FA/G = $10.00);

#3(8/1967; VF/NM = $179.00; FN/VF = $63.00; G/VG = $20.00; FA/G=$10.00);


GRIMM'S GHOST STORES (1/1972-6/1982) (1-54=Gold Key; 55-60=Whitman) #1-9,11-37,39-43;45-54;55-60(Whitman ONLY editions)


GRIMM'S GHOST STORIES MINI-COMIC #1 (1977; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);


GUNSMOKE (2/1969; TV Western; see also DELL issues) - #1,2,4-6;


HAIR BEAR BUNCH (Gold Key Comics pub; 1972-1974; Based on the Animated TV Cartoon, Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch!, Created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, directed by Hanna-Barbera, which had 16 Episodes from 1971-1972; Wikipedia: The series follows the Hair Bear Bunch, a group of three bear cousins who live at the local Wonderland Zoo run by zoo director Mr. Peevly and zookeeper Lionel Botch)

#1 (2/1972; ** FIRST Comic appearances of: Hair Bear, Buby Bear, Square Bear cover and story; ** FIRST comics appearance of Mr. Peevly; WHO'S ZOO? part-1 and part-2; Jack Manning and Eulie Liggera cover and art; Regular GOLD KEY edition; VG/FN, 5.0 = $29.00);

#1 (2/1972; ** FIRST Comic appearances of: Hair Bear, Buby Bear, Square Bear cover and story; ** FIRST comics appearance of Mr. Peevly; WHO'S ZOO? part-1 and part-2; Jack Manning and Eulie Liggera cover and art; Scarcer WHITMAN VARIANT edition; VG/FN, 5.0 = $29.00);

#2 (5/1972; No Space Like Home part-1 and 2);   

#3 (8/1972; Love Bug Bungle part-1 and 2);

#4 (11/1972; Keepers-Creepers part-1 and 2);   

#5 (2/1973; The Bogus Bears; The Hyp Grad);

#6 (5/1973; Mission Fantastical; The Striped Reindeer);    

#7 (8/1973; Wild-Wild-West Wingding; The Great Switcheroo);

#8 (11/1973; The Weirdo Map; Hibernation Bit);  

#9 (2/1974; Low Print and Scarcer LAST issue; The Vanishing Zoo Heroes; Zoo Food Phantom);



HANNA-BARBERA BANDWAGON( 1962-1963; #1,2=Giant; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon);

#1 (October 1962; 84 page Giant; >> Includes; Snooper & Blabber, Hokey Wolf & Ding-a-Ling, Ruff & Reddy, Pixie, Dixie & Mr Jinks, Augie Doggie & Doggie Daddy, Snagglepuss, Yakky Doodle, Chopper & Fibber Fox; >> 1st app Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har, Touche Turtle & Dum Dum, Wally Gator & Loppy de Loop);

#2 (84 page Giant; 1st app Mrs & Mrs J. Evil Scientist in Snagglepuss-s; >>> 2nd app. Wally Gator , Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har, Touche Turtle & Dum Dum, Loppy de Loop; >> Includes; Hokey Wolf & Ding-a-Ling, Yakky Doodle, Chopper & Fibber Fox, Ruff & Reddy, Pixie, Dixie & Mr Jinks, Snooper & Blabber, Augie Doggie & Doggie Daddy, Top Cat; SOLD OUT);



HANNA-BARBERA SUPER TV HEROES (Gold Key Comics pub; 1968-1969; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon); -

#1 (4/1968; First appearance of BIRDMAN in Comics story; First appearance of BIRDMAN in Comics story; First appearance of HERCULOIDS  in Comics story; First appearance of MIGHTY MANGOR in Comics story; First appearance of Hanna-Barbera’s MOBY DICK in Comics story; First appearance of YOUNG SAMSON and GOLIATH in Comics story; Overall FN, but with moderate Pen scribbling on cover, thus call it VG, 4.0 = $79.00)

#2 (7/1968; First appearance of The GALAXY TRIO  in Comics story; First appearance of SHAZZAN in Comics story; Second appearance of BIRDMAN in Comics story; Second appearance of HERCULOIDS  in Comics story; Second appearance of MIGHTY MANGOR in Comics story; Second appearance of Hanna-Barbera’s MOBY DICK in Comics story; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);

#3 (10/1968; SECOND appearance of SPACE GHOST in Comics cover and story;  ** FIRST appearance of SPACE GHOST in THIS TITLE cover and story; Space Ghost in Plague of Giants; Space Ghost battles Creature King who can create illusions of giant creatures with his Nightmare Beams. Jace, Jan and Blip appear; ** Third appearance of BIRDMAN in Comics story; BIRDMAN in The Solar Scorpions; ** Third appearance of Hanna-Barbera’s MOBY DICK in Comics story; Moby Dick in Undersea Invasion; ** Second appearance of SHAZZAN in Comics; Shazzan in Terrors of Turaba; Don R. Christensen story, with art by Mike Arens and Mike Royer; ** First appearance of YOUNG SAMSON and GOLIATH in Comics story; Young Samson and Goliath in The Cosmic Werewolf; Joe Certa art? ; VG/FN, 5.0 = $59.00; VG+, 4.5 = $49.00);

#4 (1/1969; Birdman-s; Herculoids-s; Mighty Mangor-s; Moby Dick-s; Shazzan-s);

#5 (5/1969; Birdman-s; Herculoids-s; Mighty Mangor-s; Moby Dick-s; Shazzan-s);

#6 (7/1969; SPACE GHOST-s; Herculoids-s; Mighty Mangor-s; Moby Dick-s);

#7 (9/1969; SPACE GHOST-s; Herculoids-s; Mighty Mangor-s; Moby Dick-s);



HAPPY DAYS (Gold Key Pub; 3/1979-2/1980; Classic TV Sitcom series, lasted 11 Seasons and 255 Episodes; TV Series Starred; Henry Winkler as Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli, Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham, Marion Ross as Marion Cunningham, Tom Bosley as Howard Cunningham, Erin Moran as Joanie Cunningham, Anson Williams as Potsie Weber, Don Most as Ralph Malph, Al Molinaro as Al Delvecchio, Scott Baio as Chachi Arcola, Lynda Goodfriend as Lori Beth Allen);

#1 (3/1979; PHOTO cover);  #2 (5/1979; PHOTO cover);  #3 (7/1979; PHOTO cover)

#4 (9/1979; PHOTO cover); #5 (11/1979; PAINTED cover);  #6 (2/1980; PHOTO cover);


the HARDY BOYS (4/1970-1/1971; Saturday Morning ABC-TV network TV Cartoon Animated Series by Filmation; Directed by Hal Sutherland; Writers = Eric Blair & H.F. Mauberly; ** Featuring the Voices of; Byron Kane as Frank Hardy , Fenton Hardy & Peter Jones; Dal McKennon as Joe Hardy & Chubby Morton; Jane Webb as Wanda Kay Breckenridge & Aunt Gertrude; 1,3,4=Partial PHOTO-c; 2=full PHOTO-c) - #1-4;


HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS (Gold Key Comics pub; 1972-1975; Based on the 1970-1971 Hanna-Barbera Animated CBS TV Saturday morning Cartoon, which lasted 2 Seasons and 22 Episodes; Starring the Voice Talents of; Scatman Crothers as George Meadowlark Lemon, Stu Gilliam as Freddie Curly Neal, Johnny Williams as Hubert Geese Ausbie, Richard Elkins as J.C. Gip Gipson, Eddie Rochester Anderson as Bobby Joe Mason, Robert DoQui as Pablo Robertson, Nancy Wible as Granny)

#1 (4/1972; ** FIRST Comic appearances of: Meadowlark Lemon, Geese, Pab, Curly, BJ, Granny and Dribble the dog; ** Harlem Globetrotters in Bad News Cruise;

** Harlem Globetrotters in The Monkey Marvels;  Don R. Christensen stories;  Dan Spiegle art;  GOLD KEY edition, VARIANT with 20 Cents original cover price; VG+, 4.5 = $25.00);

#1 (4/1972; ** FIRST Comic appearances of: Meadowlark Lemon, Geese, Pab, Curly, BJ, Granny and Dribble the dog; ** Harlem Globetrotters in Bad News Cruise;

** Harlem Globetrotters in The Monkey Marvels;  Don R. Christensen stories;  Dan Spiegle art;  15 Cents Original Cover Price; Scarcer WHITMAN VARIANT edition; GOOD, 2.0 = $10.00);

#2-11 (ASK);



HECKLE AND JECKLE (1963; Terrytoons TV Cartoon) - #2-4;


HECTOR HEATHCOTE (The Minute-And-A-Half-Man) (Gold Key Comics Pub ; The HECTOR HEATHCOTE Show, errytoons Animated TV Cartoon aired on NBC Saturday mornings from October 5, 1963, to September 25, 1965, and is one of the early Saturday morning cartoons, The series ran for two seasons; Created by Eli Bauer and Ralph Bakshi; Terrytoons made 20 Hector Heathcote cartoons between 1959 and 1971, directed by Arthur Bartsch, Dave Tendlar, Connie Rasinski, Bill Tytla and Bob Kuwahara)

#1 (3/1964; #10111-403; ** Third Comics Appearance and First SOLO Comics Title for HECTOR HEATHCOTE, a Colonial era patriot who turned up, often as an unsung hero, during various stages of American History. ** First Comics appearance of HASHIMOTO SAN, a Japanese mouse, Solo story; Hashimoto-San in Booked Up Solid; ** Third Comics Appearance of SILLY SIDNEY the Elephant, a wacky pachyderm, Solo story; Silly Sidney in Wreck Around the Clock; ** Hector Heathcote in Pick Any Guard; ** Hector Heathcote in Boom Service; ** Hector Heathcote in Model Tea; ** Fred Fredericks cover and art; FN/VF, 7.0 = $59.00; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);



HI-ADVENTURE HEROES (1969; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1,2;


HIGH CHAPARRAL (Gold Key Comics Pub; TV Western;  TV Series Last 4 Seasons and 97 episodes, from 1967-1971; Starring; 97 episodes, 1967-1971; Starring; Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell, Henry Darrow)

#1 (8/1968; Apache Justice, 26 page Book-Length story; Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell, Henry Darrow PHOTO cover; Regular USA Edition with 12 Cents Cover Price, AD Back Cover, AD inside Front Cover and AD inside Back Cover; FN/VF, 7.0 = $ASK.00);

#1 (8/1968; Apache Justice, 26 page Book-Length story; Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell, Henry Darrow PHOTO cover; Regular USA Edition with 12 Cents Cover Price, AD Back Cover, AD inside Front Cover and AD inside Back Cover; Apparent G/VG, but Cartoon Last Page is Missing = $ASK.00);

#1 (8/1968; Apache Justice, 26 page Book-Length story; Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell, Henry Darrow PHOTO cover; CANADIAN VARIANT Edition with 15 Cents Cover Price, PHOTO Back Cover, PHOTO inside Front Cover and PHOTO inside Back Cover; ASK);


HONEY WEST (TV) #1(9/1966; Anne Francis PHOTO Front & Back covers, and PHOTO inside Front & inside Back covers; VG = $22)


HOW THE WEST WAS WON #10074-307 (Gold Key; 7/1963; MOVIE CLASSIC; One-Shot; Movie poster cover art; Movie Photo on Inside front cover; Comic adaptation story by Paul S. Newman with Warren Tufts art; Based on the Novel by LOUIS L'AMOUR & the Screenplay by James R. Webb; This Classic FILM was Directed by JOHN FORD, George Marshall & Henry Hathaway; Movie Starred; James Stewart, JOHN WAYNE, Gregory Peck, Carroll Baker, Lee J. Cobb, Henry Fonda, Karl Malden, George Peppard, Debbie Reynolds, Eli Wallach, Richard Widmark, Walter Brennan);



H.R. PUFNSTUF (Gold key comics; 10/1970-7/1972; all have PHOTO Covers; Sid & Marty Krofft TV; Witchiepoo photo-c=1-4,7,8; Jack Wild Photo-c=1,2,4-8;

H.R.Pufnstuf photo-c=1,2,4-8; Jack Wild/Pufnstuf Cartoon-c=3);

#1(10/1970; VF minus=$139; G/VG=$39; FA/G=$20);

#2(1/1971; VF=$80; G/VG=$22);

#2(1/1971; VG but with 4" x 1" Piece out of BACK cover = thus call it G $16);

#3(4/1971; G/VG=$22; G=$16);

#3(4/1971; FA/G, but with Centerfold missing; B&W Photocopy replacement pages included $6);

#4(7/1971; G, but with Centerfold missing; B&W Photocopy replacement pages included $7);

#4(7/1971; G/VG = $22);

#5(10/1971; VG = $29);

#5(10/1971; G/VG, with Pen writing on several pages, thus G $16);

#6(1/1972; VF=$80; FN/VF=$59; VG/FN=$35; VG=$29; G/VG=$22);

#7(4/1972; VF=$80; FN=$40);

#8 (7/1972; LAST issue; VF+=$119; FN/VF=$59; VG/FN=$35; G/VG=$22);


HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (1959-1970; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; 1-17=DELL Pub; 18,19,21=Hokey & Ding-A-Ling-s; 18,19=Touche Turtle & Dum Dum-s; 18-24,27,38 =Pixie, Dixie & Mr Jinx-s; 32=Pixie, Dixie & Mr Jinx app on cover; 18,19=Wally Gator-s; 18=Top Cat-s; 20=Top Cat text-s; 19,26=Lippy Lion & Hardy Har Har-s; 32=Yakky Doodle & Chopper-s; 26,27=Yakky Doodle & Chopper text-s);

#18(1st Gold Key issue; 10/1962; Giant; Chuckleberry Tales);

#19(2nd Gold Key issue; 1/1963; 84 page squarebound Giant; Chuckleberry Tales; VG $20;ask);

#20,22-24, 26,27-35,37-43;


THE INSPECTOR (& Pink Panther) (7/1974) (Gold Key)- #1-4,9,11-19;

THE INVADERS (10/1967-1968; TV; Science Fiction; Roy Thinnes; 4=PHOTO-c; 1-3 = All 4 covers have PHOTO's; 1,4=UFO-c) - #1-4(Speigle-a)


I SPY (Gold Key Comics Pub; 8/1966-9/1968; based on the classic TV/Television Series that Lasted Three Seasons & 82 episodes, from 1965-1968; the Humorous Espionage adventures of American agents, posing as a Tennis Pro & his Coach);

#1(8/1966; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO Back cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO Inside front cover);

#2(4/1967; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO Back cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO inside Front & inside Back covers);

#3(11/1967; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover; Bill COSBY PHOTO Back cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO inside Front & inside Back cover);

#4(2/1968; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO Back cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO inside Front & inside Back covers);

#5(6/1968; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO inside Front cover);

#6(9/1968; Bill COSBY & Robert Culp PHOTO cover);


IT'S ABOUT TIME (1/1967; TV; Photo-c) - #NN;


JET DREAM (Gold Key; See MAN FROM UNCLE #7 for 1st appearance;  J.E.T. D.R.E.A.M. - The Joint Elite Team, Division of Raiding-Expert Aeronautical Maidens);

#1 (6/1968; One-Shot; JET DREAM and her girls vs. CIPHER agents in D-Day for the Generalissimo cover & story; FIRST Solo Series for JET DREAM and and Her Stunt-Girl Counterspies; Harmony Thunder from USA, Petite from France, Marlene from West Germany, Ting-a-Ling from Fiji & Cookie Jarr from Norway; FIRST appearance of CIPHER; George Wilson painted-c; Dick Wood story; Joe Certa art; ASK);


THE JETSONS (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; 1963-1970);

#1 (1/1963; FIRST PRINTING; FIRST Comic appearance of the JETSONS;  FIRST Comic appearance of: George Jetson, Jane Jetson, Judy Jetson, Elroy Jetson, and Astro cover and story; No Ads;  SCARCE; ( A ) The Jetsons in 12 page comic story; Art by Lee Holley; First Line of Dialogue: Time: Saturday, 2962 - A.D...; Appearances by; George Jetson; Jane Jetson; Judy Jetson; Elroy Jetson; Astro; ( B ) The Jetsons in A Boy's Best Dog Is His Friend; 7 page comic story; Art by Tony Strobl; Appearances by; Elroy Jetson; Astro; George Jetson; ( C ) Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har-Har in The Rainmakers; 4 page story;, with Phil de Lara art; ( D ) The Jetsons in Dear Old Dad; 8 page comic story; Art by Lee Holley; Appearances by; Judy Jetson; Jane Jetson; George Jetson; Back cover The Jetsons Pin-up No. 1, Reproduction of front cover (without logo); Based on the ABC Hanna Barbara Animated television series; Tony Strobl, Lee Holley and, Phil De Lara art; Notes from CGD; SOLD OUT);

#2 (4/1963; No Ads; Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har-s; Text-s = early Mr & Mrs J. Evil Scientist)

#3-19, 21-35, 36(1970; Last issue);


JOHN CARTER OF MARS (4-10/1964; Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs; PAINTED Covers; NO Ads); #1(4/1964); #2(7/1964);

#3(10/1964);

JOHN STEELE SECRET AGENT (12/1964) - #1(Painted-c; NO Ads);

JONNY QUEST (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; SCARCE One-Shot Special) -#1(12/1964; #10139-412; Mystery of the Lizard Men-c/s;SOLD OUT );

JUDGE COLT (10/1969) - #1-4;

THE JUNGLE TWINS (4/1972) (Gold Keys)- #1-17;18 (Whitman)


KING KONG (Gold Key Pub) #30036-809 (#1; 9/1968; Adapts the Classic 1933 Fantasy Horror Adventure Movie; Painted Covers; ** Film Starred; FAY WRAY, Robert Armstrong and Bruce Cabot; ** Screenplay by; James Ashmore Creelman & Ruth Rose; ** idea conceived by Merian C. Cooper & Edgar Wallace; ** Directed by; Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack; 68 page Giant);


KING LEONARDO AND HIS SHORT SUBJECTS (1962; TV Cartoon; 2-4=NO Ads) - #1(October 1962); #2, 4 (Kangarooney-s, Tooter Turtle-s & the Hunter-s in all);

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KORAK, SON OF TARZAN (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; 1964-1972; #46 up Published by DC Comics; Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs, TARZAN Spinoff series; issue #1-10, with NO Ads; JON of the Kalahari in #1-14);

#1 (1/1964; First SOLO Series for KORAK, SON OF TARZAN Begins; Korak, Son of Tarzan in Korak, Son of Tarzan, 9 page story; Korak, Son of Tarzan in Safari of No Return, 18 page story;  RUSS MANNING Art; Stories by Gaylord Du Bois; Morris Gollub PAINTED Cover; PAINTED Covers Begin;  FIRST appearance of JON of the Kalahari, and Back-Up Series BEGINS, thru to #14;  FIRST appearance of JON of the Kalahari, and Back-Up Series BEGINS, with JESSE MARSH art, thru to #14; 

JON of the Kalahari in the Whispering Death, 4 page story; ASK);

#2-44;

#45 (1/1972; Last Gold Key issue)

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KRAZY KAT (1/1964) - #1;

KROFT SUPERSHOW (4/1978; Gold Key; TV; Sid & Marty Kroft) - #1-6;

KROFT SUPERSHOW (4/1978) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1-3,5,6;

LANCELOT LINK SECRET CHIMP (5/1971)(Gold Key) - #1-7;


LANCER (Gold Key Comics Pub; CBS TV Western, Lasted 2 Seasons and 51 episodes, from 1968-1970; All have PHOTO covers; Starred; James Stacy as Johnny Madrid Lancer, Wayne Maunder as Scott Lancer, Andrew Duggan as Murdoch Lancer, Elizabeth Baur as Teresa O'Brien, Paul Brinegar as Jelly Hoskins)-

#1 (2/1969; Circumstantial Evidence?; Strangers in Outlaw Town; VARIANT with PHOTO front & back covers; PHOTO inside front & inside back covers; VG, 4.0 = $12.00; Good, 2.0 = $8.00);

#1 (2/1969; Circumstantial Evidence?; Strangers in Outlaw Town; REGULAR Edition with AD Back Cover, AD inside Front Cover and AD inside Back Cover; Sold Out);

#2 (6/1969; PHOTO cover; VG, 4.0 = $8.00; Good, 2.0 = $5.00);

#3 (9/1969; PHOTO cover; VG/FN, 5.0 = $10.00; VG, 4.0 = $8.00; Good, 2.0 = $5.00);



LAND OF THE GIANTS (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; Science Fiction TV series, Lasted 3 Seasons & 51 episodes from 1968-1970; Created by Irwin Allen; Starring: Gary Conway, Don Matheson, Stefan Arngrim; IMDB = A spaceship from Earth crash-lands on an Earth-like planet on which everything, including the human-like inhabitants, is twelve times the size of its counterpart on Earth; TV Series Characters: Capt. Steve Burton, Mark Wilson, Barry Lockridge, Dan Erickson, Valerie Scott & Betty Hamilton; PHOTO Cover on All)

#1 (11/1968; PHOTO Cover; The Mini-Criminals Part 1: The Power Seekers; Part 2: The Torch is Lit; Dick Wood story, with Art by Ted Galindo & Tom Gill);

#2 (1/1969; PHOTO Cover; Countdown to Escape Part 1: The Wings of an Eagle; Part 2: The Little Buccaneers; Dick Wood story, with Art by Ted Galindo & Tom Gill);

#3 (3/1969; PHOTO Cover; Giant Damsel in Distress Part 1: Mirror Power; Part 2: The Charge of the Light Brigade; Dick Wood story, with Art by Ted Galindo & Tom Gill);

#4 (6/1969; PHOTO Cover; Safari in Giantland Part 1: Assault and Battery; Part 2: Babes in Toyland; Dick Wood story, with Art by Ted Galindo & Tom Gill);

#5 (9/1969; PHOTO Cover; Operation Mini-Surgeon Part 1: The Doctor's Dilemma; Part 2: A Life in Their Hands; Dick Wood story, with Art by Ted Galindo & Tom Gill);



LAREDO (Gold Key; classic TV comedy Western; One-Shot; 6/1966; NO Ads) - #1 (10179-606; PHOTO front, back, inside front & inside back covers; Texas Rangers of Company B; Starred; Neville Brand, Peter Brown, William Smith & Philip Carey);


LASSIE - #59(10/1962; TV), 60,63-70;

LASSIE (Gold Key TPB, GOLDEN PRESS) (1978) - #NN (#11193);

LAUREL AND HARDY (1/1967) - #1; #2

THE LEGEND OF JESSIE JAMES (2/1966) - #1;

LIDSVILLE (10/1972) - #1-5;

LINUS THE LIONHEARTED (9/1965; Gold Key) - #1;

LIPPY the LION and Hardy Har Har ( Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; One-Shot) - #1 (3/1963; Auggie Doggie-s; NO Ads; Low Print & Scarce; G/VG, 3.0 = $26.00);


LITTLE LULU ( Marge's... ; GOLD KEY Comics Pub; formerly DELL Comics Pub)

#165 (10/1962; 84 page Square-bound GIANT; 1st Gold Key issue; Little Lulu in PARIS-c/s);

#166 (1/1963; 84 page Square-bound GIANT; 2nd Gold Key issue; CHRISTMAS DIARY-c/s);

#167-210,212-222,224-257;

 

LITTLE LULU (Gold Key) #1 (Trick 'n' treat);



LITTLE LULU (Whitman ONLY Editions) 258-259,262,264,265;

LITTLE LULU #260 , 261, 266-268 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

THE LITTLE MONSTERS (11/1964; Gold Key) - #1-18,20-44;

THE LITTLE STOOGES (9/1972; Gold Key; Three Stooges TV Cartoon) - #1-4, 6,7;

THE LONE RANGER (1964-1977; Gold Key; Western; 1-16=New PAINTED-c; 1-9=NO Ads) - #2-5, 6(Origin

Silver), 7(Geronimo-s), 8-13, 14(Doc Hunter-s), 15,16,18,19,21-23,25-28;

THE LONE RANGER GOLDEN WEST (84 page Giant; 10/1966) - #1;

LOONEY TUNES (4/1975) (Gold Key) - #1-30;

LOONEY TUNES (4/1975) (Whitman ONLY editions) 30-33, 36-40,42,43;


LOONEY TUNES (Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers) #33-35 44-47 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

LORD JIM (9/1965) - #1(Movie Classic; Peter O'Toole; all 4 covers have PHOTO's);


LUCY SHOW (Gold Key); (6/1963-6/1964; TV; I Love Lucy / Lucille Ball); -

#1(6/1963; PHOTO Front & Back-c; Scarce; G/VG $22);

#5(6/1964; LAST issue; PHOTO Back-c; Scarce; G/VG $12);


MAGILLA GORILLA (Gold Key Comics pub; 1964-1968; The Hanna-Barbera  1964-1965 TV Animated Cartoon lasted 2 Seasons and 31 Episodes, starring the Voice talents of;  Allan Melvin          as Magilla Gorilla and Howard Morris as Mr. Peebles);

#1 (5/1964;  ** First Comic appearances of: Magilla Gorilla and Mr. Peebles; ** Magilla Gorilla in Westward Ho, Magilla; ** Magilla Gorilla in Down But Not Out; ** Magilla Gorilla in The Acting Bug; ** Magilla Gorilla in All Work and No Play; ** Pete Alvarado cover and art; ; VG/FN, 5.0 = $39.00; VG+, 4.5 = $32.00; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);

#3 (Top Cat, Quick Draw McGraw, Snagglepuss, Auggie Doggie, Pixie & Dixie, Huckleberry Hound app);

#4 (3/1965; Richochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long Coyote = 1st app??; Mushmouse & Punkin Puss-s);

#6 (Richochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long Coyote-s; Mushmouse & Punkin Puss-s);

#7 (Richochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long Coyote-s; Mushmouse & Punkin Puss-s);

#8 (all Magilla Gorilla-s issue)

#9 (Richochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long Coyote-s; Mushmouse & Punkin Puss-s; Fatman app);

#10 (12/1968; LAST issue; all Magilla Gorilla-s issue)



MAGNUS ROBOT FIGHTER (...4000 A.D.) (1963-1977; Gold Key; PAINTED covers on all except #5,30,31; Russ MANNING-a=#1-22; Russ MANNING-r=28-43);

#1 (2/1963; ** FIRST appearance and ORIGIN of MAGNUS Robot Fighter cover & story, first Series Begins; MAGNUS is a Human Harbinger; FIRST appearance of LEEJA CLANE (Magnus's girlfriend & and future wife); FIRST appearance of 1A; FIRST appearance & Death of Pol-Rob (Robot Police) Chief H8 (Robot villain); RUSS MANNING story & art; RUSS MANNING & George Wilson painted cover; ** FIRST appearance of Captain Johner and The Aliens, Backup Series Begins = RUSS MANNING story & art; FIRST appearance of Rodg & Zarz; ** MAGNUS is One of the First Original Character Series for Gold Key; One of the Best Gold Key & Silver Age Characters of All-Time; MAGNUS was later published by Valiant Comics and Acclaim Comics in the 1990s, reintroduced by Dark Horse Comics in 8/2010; RED HOT Key issue = MAGNUS is One of the Most Under-Valued & Most Requested KEY issues of the entire Silver Age; SCARCE in ANY Grade, due to HIGH Demand & Low Supply; SOLD OUT );

#2 (5/1963; Russ Manning, Robert Schaefer and, Eric Freiwald story; Russ Manning art; George Wilson PAINTED Cover; BACK Cover PINUP; FN/VF, 7.0 = $83.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $39.00; VG, 4.0 = $29.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $22.00); 

#3 (8/1963; VF, 8.0 = $99.00;  VG, 4.0 = $29.00);

#4 (11/1963; VF, 8.0 = $64.00;  G/VG, 3.0 = $12.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $7.00);

#5 (2/1964; VG/FN, 5.0 = $22.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $12.00; Good+, 2.5 = $10.00);

#6 (5/1964; MAGNUS in Alone Against Talpa = 27 page story by Robert Schaefer & Eric Freiwald, with RUSS MANNING Art & Painted Cover; ** Captain Johner and The Aliens, in A Case of Nerves = 4 pages RUSS MANNING story & art; FINE+, 6.5 = $35.00);

#7 (9/1964; VF, 8.0 = $59.00; FN/VF, 7.0 = $42.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $22.00; VG, 4.0 = $18.00);

#8 (11/1964; VF+, 8.5 = $89.00; VF, 8.0 = $59.00; FINE+, 6.5 = $35.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $22.00; VG, 4.0 = $18.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $12.00);

#9 (2/1965; FN/VF, 7.0 = $42.00;  VG/FN, 5.0 = $22.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $12.00);

#10 (5/1965; VF+, 8.5 = $99.00; FN/VF, 7.0 = $42.00; FN, 6.0 = $27.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $22.00; VG, 4.0 = $18.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $12.00);

#11(8/1965; FN-, 5.5 = $17.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);

#13(2/1966; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);

#14(5/1966; FN+, 6.5 = $24.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00); 

#15(8/1966; VF-, 7.5 = $35.00; FN, 6.0 = $19.00);

#16(11/1966; VF-, 7.5 = $35.00; FN/VF, 7.0 = $29.00; FN, 6.0 = $19.00); 

#18(5/1967; overall VF/NM, but with Light water stain at bottom edge of comic, thus VF-, 7.5 = $33.00);

#18(5/1967; FN, 6.0 = $19.00);  

#19(8/1967; FN/VF, 7.0 = $29.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);

#20(11/1967; FN/VF, 7.0 = $29.00; FINE+, 6.5 = $24.00);

#21(2/1968; VG/FN, 5.0 = $15.00);

#22(5/1968; Reprints Cover & story from MAGNUS #1; VF+, 8.5 = $49.00; FN/VF, 7.0 = $22.00);

#23(8/1968; VF+, 8.5 = $49.00; VF, 8.0 = $35.00);

#23(8/1968; Canadian VARIANT with 15 Cents Original Cover Price; FN/VF, 7.0 = $29.00);

#25(2/1969; VF, 8.0 = $29.00); 

#26(5/1969; FN/VF, 7.0 = $22.00);

#28(11/1969; FN+, 6.5 = $17.00); 

 #29(11/1971; FN/VF, 7.0 = $12.00);

#35(5/1974; VF-, 7.5 = $14.00); 

#36(8/1974; VF+, 8.5 = $20.00);

#37(11/1974; VF-, 7.5 = $14.00); 

#45(10/1976; VF, 8.0 = $17.00);

#46(1/1977; LAST issue;  VF-, 7.5 = $14.00);


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THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (1965-1969; GOLD KEY Pub; TV; all PHOTO Covers; *** BASED on the Classic 1964-1968 NBC TV / MGM-Arena TV Series with; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo, David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin, Leo G. Caroll as Mr Alexander Waverly, & Barbara Moore as Lisa Rogers; The Super Agents of U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement) vs the international crime syndicate THRUSH (Technological Hierarchy for the Removal of Undesirables and the Subjugation of Humanity); Classic SPY Spoof parody series);

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>>> The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Big Screen MOVIE / FILM is Due in THEATER'S on August 14, 2015 (Action, Adventure, Comedy; In the early 1960s, CIA agent Napoleon Solo and KGB operative Illya Kuryakin participate in a joint mission against a mysterious criminal organization, which is working to proliferate nuclear weapons.

*** Director:  Guy Ritchie; *** Writers:  Guy Ritchie (screenplay), Lionel Wigram (screenplay)

*** Starring:  Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo, Armie Hammer as Illya Kuryakin, Hugh Grant as Waverly, Alicia Vikander as Gaby Teller, Elizabeth Debicki as  Victoria Vinciguerra;

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THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

#1 (May/1965; Classic Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo PHOTO cover; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo PHOTO Pinup on Back Cover; FIRST Comics appearance of; U.N.C.L.E., Napoleon Solo, Illya Kuryakin, Alexander Waverly & THRUSH;  Now over FIFTY Years Old, a TOUGH KEY issue to find in Higher Grades;  Art by Don Heck (of Marvel Comics Fame)One of the BEST, Most Fondly Remembered, & Biggest CULT HIT TV Series of the 1960’s, thus VERY UNDER-VALUED; FN/VF, 7.0 = $79.00);

#1 (May/1965; Classic Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo PHOTO cover; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo PHOTO Pinup on Back Cover; FIRST Comics appearance of; U.N.C.L.E., Napoleon Solo, Illya Kuryakin, Alexander Waverly & THRUSH;  Now over FIFTY Years Old, a TOUGH KEY issue to find in Higher Grades;  Art by Don Heck (of Marvel Comics Fame)One of the BEST, Most Fondly Remembered, & Biggest CULT HIT TV Series of the 1960’s, thus VERY UNDER-VALUED; Overall decent VG, but the BACK COVER is Missing, thus FAIR, make a great Reading Copy = $10.00);

#2 (10/1965; the Fortune Cookie Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo PHOTO cover; George Tuska-a; FN = $22.00; VG+ = $16.00);

#3 (11/1965; The Deadly Devices Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; B&W photo on back cover; George Tuska & Don Heck-a; overall FN but with Spine Roll, thus VG+ = $13.00; ANOTHER COPY = ASK);

#4 (1/1966; The Rip Van Solo Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Werner Roth-a; ASK);

#5 (3/1966; The Ten Little UNCLE’s Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Don Heck-a; ASK);

#6 (5/1966; The Three Blind Mice Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Mike Sekowsky-a; ASK);

#7 (7/1966; The Pixilated Puzzle Affair; FIRST appearance of JET DREAM and Her stunt-girl counterspies = 4 page Backup story; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Mike Sekowsky-a; ASK);

#8 (9/1966; The Floating People Affair; Second appearance of JET DREAM = 4 page Backup-s; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Mike Sekowsky-a; ASK);

#9 (11/1966; The Spirit of St. Louis Affair; Third appearance of JET DREAM = 4 page Backup-s; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo & David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Mike Sekowsky-a; ASK);

#10 (1/1966; The Trojan Horse Affair; Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo, David McCallum as Illya Kutyakin, Leo G. Caroll as Mr Alexander Waverly PHOTO cover; Mike Peppe & Mike Sekowsky-a; ASK);

#11-21 = ASK

#22 (4/1969; LAST issue; Reprints from #4 and #10) = ASK




MARGE'S LITTLE LULU (Gold key) = see “Little Lulu” listing;


MARCH OF COMICS = SEE LISTING in this section of our WEBSITE under Miniature / MINI - COMICS (Promotional - Giveaway Comics)

(1946-1982; KK Pub/ Western Pub; Same publisher as Whitman, Dell & Gold Key; Most 1952 up= Approx. 5" x 7" Promotional Giveaway Comics; Full Color; 1952-1958 = 36 Pages including covers; 1959 up = 20 Pages including covers; 1952-1959= Stories read Oblong; 1960 up = Upright stories; Almost all NEW Stories)


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MINI-COMIC Series (1976-1977; Western Pub; Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; These are Listed in Overstreet at the end of the standard Dell/Gold Key/Whitman Listings);

DAFFY DUCK #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; Road Runner & Wile-E-Coyote X-Over; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8);

DONALD DUCK #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Daisy, Clara & Clarabelle app; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

GRIMM'S GHOST STORIES #1 (1977; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

MICKEY MOUSE #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Pluto-c/app; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8);

PINK PANTHER and the INSPECTOR #1 (1976; DePatie-Freleng; based on the Animated Cartoon series; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT - TRUE GHOST STORIES #1 (1977; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

UNCLE SCROOGE #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Donald Duck, Grandma Duck, Huey, Dewie & Louis app; BARKS-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

TWEETY and SYLVESTER #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

TWILIGHT ZONE #1 (1977; based on the Rod Serling TV series; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

**** BUY the Complete SET of NINE Different issues Above (Regular $92) for; Only (VF/NM, 9.0 = $79.00);

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>>> SEE LISTING in this section of our WEBSITE =

GOLDEN AGE Comics, SILVER AGE Comics,

MISC COMICS, GIVEAWAY / Promotional & Oddball MISC. Related items [1930's-1970's - Vintage Comics] For Sale doc


M.A.R.S. PATROL (7/1965) - #1-10;

#1,#2 "Total War" changes to "Mars Patrol Total War" #3 on;

MAYA (3/1968) - #1;


McLINTOCK (Movie Classic) - #10110-403 (3/1964; John WAYNE & Mareen O'Hara PHOTO-c; VG+, but 20% of BACK cover missing, thus FA+ = $14; more ask);


THE MICROBOTS (12/1971) - #1;

THE MIGHTY HERCULES (7/1963; TV Cartoon) - #1(SOLD OUT); #2(SOLD OUT);

MIGHTY MOUSE (1st Gold Key series; 1962-1965; Continues from Dell’s Adventures of Mighty Mouse; Terrytoons TV Cartoon); - #156, 157(1/1963), #159; #162(1/1965), 163,164,165(9/1965);

MIGHTY MOUSE, ADVENTURES OF (2nd Gold Key series 3/1979-1/1980; Terrytoons TV Cartoon); - #166-172;


THE MIGHTY SAMSON (7/1964) (Gold Key) - #1-31;


Milton the Monster and the Fearless Fly (Gold Key Comics Pub; Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoon One-Shot)

#1 (5/1966; VG/FN, 5.0 = $39.00);


MISTER ED, the Talking Horse (Gold Key Pub; TV Sitcom Comedy; 6 Seasons & 145 episodes from 1958-1966; Allan Lane as Mister Ed, Alan Young as Wilbur Post, Connie Hines as Carol Post, Edna Skinner as Kay Addison, Larry Keating as Roger Addison; PHOTO covers on all) -

#1(11/1962;G/VG=$18; G=$12);

#1(11/1962; FA/G, centerfold missing, B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $5);

#2(2/1963; FA=$5);

#5(11/1963; FN/VF=$32; VG $15);

#6(2/1964; VF=$40);



MR. and MRS J. EVIL SCIENTIST (11/1963-1964; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1-4;


MODNIKS (Cartoon) - #1(8/1967; FN=$15; VG=$10; G=$6); #2(8/1970; Scarcer; FN+=$14; VG=$8; G/VG=$6; FA+=$3);


MOD WHEELS (Gold Key Comics pub; 1971-1976; Original Characters from Gold Key);

#1 (2/1971; ** FIRST appearance of The MOD WHEELS TEAM, as the Road-Racing Group; ** The MOD Wheels TEAM includes the Third appearances of; Wheels Williams, Lump Logan, Li'l Bit Bannon, and 'Scot McCall; * MOD Wheels in Grooving with Gavilan; ** MOD Wheels in Hit and Run; ** Wheels Williams, Lump Logan, Li'l Bit Bannon, and 'Scot McCall originally appeared in MODNIKS #1 from 1967, and #2 from 1970, as a MOD Rock and Roll Group; ** Sal Trapani cover; Jack Sparling art; G/VG, 3.0 = $10.00);

#2-19 (ASK);


 

MUNSTERS (Gold Key Comics Pub; TV; 1966-1968; all issues have PHOTO covers; Classic Horror Comedy Sit-Com TV Series about friendly Monsters, Lasted 2 Original Seasons from 1964-1966 with 70 Episodes; Herman was Frankenstein's monster, Lily & Grandpa are vampires, Eddie as a Werewolf & Marilyn was the normal one; TV Series starred; Fred Gwynne, Al Lewis, Yvonne De Carlo, Butch Patrick & Pat Priest);

#2 (5/1965; Herman & Lily PHOTO-c; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO Back-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $20.00);

#2 (5/1965; Herman & Lily PHOTO-c; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO Back-c; FAIR, Reading copy = $9.00);

#2 (5/1965; Herman & Lily PHOTO-c; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO Back-c; 10% Cover missing, thus PR/FA, centerfold missing, B&W Xerox replacement provided = $4.00);

#3 (7/1965; Munster Koach, Herman, Grandpa & Marilyn PHOTO-c; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO Back-c;  VG+, 4.5 = $27.00; VG, 4.0 = $24.00; VG-, 3.5 = $20.00);

#4 (10/1965; Herman PHOTO-c; Herman, Grandpa & Marilyn Photo BACK-c; VG, 4.0 = $24.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $18.00; Good, 2.0 = $13.00);

#4 (10/1965; Herman PHOTO-c; Herman, Grandpa & Marilyn Photo BACK-c; appears FN/VF, but with Back Cover MISSING; still nice = $10.00);

#5 (1/1966; Herman & Grandpa PHOTO-c; Herman Photo BACK-c; FA/G, Reading copy = $10.00);

#5 (1/1966; Herman & Grandpa PHOTO-c; Herman Photo BACK-c; G/VG with 5% Front cover missing thus FAIR, but BACK cover missing & Centerfold missing; B&W Photocopy replacement pages included = $4,00);

#6 (4/1965; Herman & Grandpa in Casket Dragster PHOTO-c; Herman & Lily PHOTO BACK-c; FN+, 6.5 = $39.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $27.00; VG+, 4.5 = $24.00; VG, 4.0 = $20.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $16.00);

#6 (4/1965; Herman & Grandpa in Casket Dragster PHOTO-c; Herman & Lily PHOTO BACK-c; FAIR+, Reading copy = $8.00);

#7 (6/1966; Herman & Lily PHOTO-c; Herman PHOTO Back-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $16.00);

#7 (6/1966; Herman & Lily PHOTO-c; Herman PHOTO Back-c; appears FN, but with Back Cover MISSING; still nice = $8.00);

#8 (8/1966; Larger HERMAN Photo with smaller TV CAST of 5 Characters insert PHOTO cover; Herman, Grandpa & Eddie Photo BACK-c;  G/VG, 3.0 = $16.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $9.00);

#9 (10/1966; Herman, Lily, Grandpa & Eddie PHOTO-c; Lily PHOTO BACK-c;  G/VG, 3.0 = $16.00; Good, 2.0 = $11.00);

#9 (10/1966; Herman, Lily, Grandpa & Eddie PHOTO-c; Lily PHOTO BACK-c; appears FN/VF, but with Back Cover MISSING; still nice = $9.00),

#10 (12/1966; Herman  & Grandpa PHOTO-c; Herman & Lily PHOTO BACK-c; VF-, 7.5 = $65.00; VG+, 4.5 = $24.00; VG, 4.0 = $20.00);

#11 (2/1967; Herman, Lily & Eddie PHOTO-c; Herman, Lily, Grandpa & Eddie PHOTO Back-c; appears VG/FN, but with Back Cover MISSING; still nice = $8.00);

#12 (4/1967; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO-c; Herman PHOTO BACK-c; Overall FN, but Title Off = Top 1-1/4” of Cover is Missing, thus FA/G = $9.00);

#12 (4/1967; TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO-c; Herman PHOTO BACK-c; Overall G/VG, but Title Off = Top 1-1/4” of Cover is Missing, thus FAIR+ = $8.00);

#13 (6/1967; Munsters Haunted House & TV CAST of 5 Characters PHOTO-c; Herman PHOTO BACK-c; SOLD OUT);

#14 (8/1967; Herman & Lily Electric Chair PHOTO-c;  = SOLD OUT );

#15 (11/1967; Herman PHOTO-c; G/VG, 3.0 = $16.00; Good, 2.0 = $11.00);

#15 (11/1967; Herman PHOTO-c; 3/8” x 2” piece off cover at bottom right cover, 20% of BACK cover is Missing, thus FAIR, 1.0, reading copy = $7.00);

#16 (2/1968; LAST issue; Herman & Casket Dragster PHOTO-c; VG, 4.0 = $21.00);



MUSHMOUSE and PUNKIN' PUSS (Gold Key Comics pub; 1965; The Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoon from 1964-1965, lasted One Season and 24 Episodes, as part of the Magilla Gorilla show; The TV series starred the Voice talents of; Howard Morris as Mushmouse and Allan Melvin as Punkin' Puss; Wikipedia; The show features a hillbilly cat called Punkin' Puss who lives in a house in the woods of the southern US. Punkin' is preoccupied with a hillbilly mouse called Mushmouse who lives there too, and Punkin' frequently tries to shoot him with his rifle. In many cartoons, one of Mushmouse's cousins visits and gives Punkin' Puss a hard time. They are similar to a hillbilly Tom and Jerry chase series; Punkin' Puss and Mushmouse will both return in the 2021 Jellystone! HBO Max TV Cartoon);

#1 (9/1965; One-Shot; ** First Comic appearances of: Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss; ** Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss in A Good Sign; ** Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss in Feud for Thought; ** Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss in The Conscience Caper; ** Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss in The Old Shelling Game; Phil De Lara cover and art; ; FN, 6.0 = $49.00; VG, 4.0 = $29.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $19.00);


MY FAVORITE MARTIAN (1/1964; TV) - #1-9;


NANCY AND SLUGGO - #188,189,191,192;


NATIONAL VELVET (1962-1963; TV; PHOTO-c) - #1, 2;


THE NEW ADVENTURES OF HUCK FINN (12/1968) - #1;


NEW TERRYTOONS (10/62) (Gold Key)- #1-36,38-54;


The NURSES (GOLD KEY Pub; 4-10/1963; SCARCER Title; Aka = Doctors and the Nurses; CBS TV / Television Tie-In; Series has 98 episodes from 1962-1965; Starred; Shirl Conway as Liz Thorpe (older head nurse) & Zina Bethune as Gail Lucas (student nurse); Set in ALDEN General Hospital; Nominated for 5 Primetime Emmys) 

#1 (4/1963; Liz Thorpe & Zina Bethune PHOTO-c; PHOTO Back-c Pinup of Zina Bethune as Gail Lucas; GD, 2.0 = $12.00);

#2 (7/1963; Operating Room Surgery PHOTO-c; PHOTO Back-c Pinup of Shirl Conway as Liz Thorpe; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39.00);

#3 (10/1963; Painted front & Back-c with 2 smaller Photo inserts on front; VG, 4.0 = $12.00);



THE OCCULT FILES OF DOCTOR SPEKTOR (4/1973) (Gold Key) - #1-24;

O.G. WHIZ (2/1971) (Gold Key)- #1-11;

THE OWL (4/1967) - #1,2;


PAULINE PERIL (Close Shaves of ...; 6/1970 thru 3/1971; TV Cartoon) - #1-4;


PEANUTS (GOLD KEY Comics Pub;1963-1964; LOWER PRINT Runs and High Demand, thus Scarcer = The VALUE of Vintage PEANUTS comics have Sky-Rocketed in the Last Few Years; Based on the Charles Schulz PEANUTS and Charlie Brown Newspaper Comic Strips);

#1 [5/1963; DICK HALE Story, Cover and Art (as Charles Schulz); PEANUTS - That does it, Charlie Brown! = 8 Pages; PEANUTS - The Trip = 8 Pages; PEANUTS - The Magic Blanket= 8 Pages; PEANUTS - The Hero = 8 Pages; Peanuts Pin-Up No. 1 on BACK Cover; Rolled Spine, Good+, 2.5 = $75.00];

#2,3,4 = ASK


PEBBLES FLINTSTONES (9/1963; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1;


PETER POTAMUS (Gold Key Comics Pub; Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoon Uncommon One-Shot special)

#1 (1/1965; First appearance of PETER POTAMUS, So-So, Breezly & Sneezly; FINE+, 6.5 = $59.00);


PHANTOM (GOLD KEY/ Western Comics Pub; 1962-1966; Based on the Classic LEE FALK Newspaper Comic Strips; classic PAINTED covers on all)

#1 (11/1962; ORIGIN of The PHANTOM; Phantom in the Game = 32 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Classic Phantom on Horse, with SKULL background Painted Cover by George Wilson; = SOLD OUT

#2 (2/1963; Phantom in the Rattle = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Phantom in the Test = 12 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; King Queen & Jack Back-Up Series begins = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; FIRST appearance & Meeting of Victor King,  Francis Queen & Jack Forest; Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#3 (5/1963; Phantom in the Diamond Cup = 14 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in Lion Hunt = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in the Crybaby = 13 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#4 (8/1963; Phantom in the Oogooru = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in All That Glitters = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in The Goggle-Eye Pirates = 12 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#5 (11/1963; Phantom in The Swamp Rats = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in Rogue Elephant = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in The Phantom's Boyhood  (Part-1 of 3-Part Story) = 12 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover;);

#6 (2/1964; Phantom in The Lady from Nowhere = 22 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in Fair Effort = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in The Phantom's Boyhood, Part II: Diana (Part-2 of 3-Part Story)  = 5 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#7 (5/1964; Phantom in The Super Apes = 22 page story by LEE FALK and Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in Trapped = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in The Phantom's Boyhood, Part III: School (Part-3 of 3-Part Story)  = 4 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover by George Wilson; ASK);

#8 (8/1964; Phantom in The Belt = 26 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in Ivory, Ivory, Everywhere = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#9 (11/1964; Phantom in The Sixth Man = 25 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in A Breathtaking Experience = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#10 (2/1965; Phantom in The Sleeping Giant = 25 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in The Cave of Kings, Part I = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Phantom in The Patrol = 2 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover by George Wilson; );

#11 (4/1965; Phantom in Blind Man's Bluff = 25-1/2 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art;  King Queen & Jack Back-Up in The Cave of Kings, Part II = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Painted Cover by George Wilson; );  

#12 (6/1965; Phantom in The Beast of Bengali = 26 page story by Bill Harris with Sparky Moore & Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter in  Safaris into the Unknown = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; FIRST appearance of Track Hunter and Oloo, & Backup Series Begins; Painted Cover; );

#13 (8/1965; Phantom in The Phantom Chronicles = 24 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter & Oloo in  The Legend of the Diamond Crocodile = 4 page story with art by Bill Lignante; Painted Cover; );

#14 (10/1965; Phantom in The Historian = 14 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter in  Safaris into the Unknown = 4 page story; Phantom in Grandpa = 10 page story with Bill Lignante art;  Painted Cover; );

#15 (12/1965; Phantom in The River Pirates = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter & Oloo in  The Secrets of the Pearl Pool = 4 page story with Al Micale art; Phantom in The Tournament = 9 page story with Bill Lignante art;  George Wilson Painted Cover; );

#16 (4/1966; Phantom in The Chain = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter & Oloo in The Ghost Hunter = 4 page story with Al Micale art; Phantom in The Crescent Cult = 8-1/2 page story with Bill Lignante art;  George Wilson Painted Cover; );

#16 (4/1966; Phantom in The Chain = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter & Oloo in The Ghost Hunter = 4 page story with Al Micale art; Phantom in The Crescent Cult = 8-1/2 page story with Bill Lignante art;  George Wilson Painted Cover; );

#17 (7/1966; LAST Gold Key issue; Phantom in Samaris, Part I = 15 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; Track Hunter & Oloo in The Chimp Who Hunted Human Game= 4 page story with Bill Lignante art; Phantom in Samaris, Part II = 9 page story by Bill Harris with Bill Lignante art; George Wilson Painted Cover; ); 


THE PINK PANTHER (Gold Key; TV Animated Cartoon; 1971-1984)

#1 (4/1971; FIRST PRINTING; ** FIRST appearance of PINK PANTHER in COMICS; ** THE PINK PANTHER is an Animated Cartoon Character from the PINK PANTHER Movie series; The first film in the series had an animated opening sequence, created by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises, featuring "The Pink Panther Theme" by Mancini, as well as the Pink Panther character. This character, designed by Hawley Pratt and Friz Freleng, was subsequently the subject of his own series of theatrical cartoons, beginning with The Pink Phink in 1964. The cartoon series gained its highest profile on television, aired on Saturday mornings as The Pink Panther Show. The character was featured in the opening of every Clouseau film except A Shot in the Dark and Inspector Clouseau. ++ FIRST appearance of INSPECTOR Jacques Clouseau in COMICS;

++  Inspector Jacques Clouseau began as fictional character in Blake Edwards' farcical The Pink Panther MOVIE series. He is portrayed by Peter Sellers in the original series from 1953-1978; Most Notes from Wikipedia; ( A ) PINK PANTHER in Congratulations! It's Pink!, 8 page story; ( B ) PINK PANTHER in Pink in the Drink, 5 page story; ( C ) The INSPECTOR in Sea? Si', Sir!, 6 page story; ( D ) PINK PANTHER in Extinct Pink, 6 page story; ** The original 124 Pink Panther animated shorts produced between December 18, 1964, and February 1, 1980, by DePatie–Freleng Enterprises (DFE Films). 92 shorts were released theatrically. The first 62 entries appeared on Saturday mornings via The Pink Panther Show under the same umbrella title starting in 1969 on NBC. All 32 made-for-television entries were also distributed to theaters after initially airing on The Pink Panther Show under the title The All New Pink Panther Show in 1978 on ABC, respectively. Every short in the series includes the word "Pink" in the title.  Carl Fallberg story; Phil de Lara cover and art; SCARCE due to High Demand and LOW Supply; ASK); 

#3,4,6-33,35-39,42-71;


THE PINK PANTHER (4/1971; Whitman ONLY editions) 72-74,#78 (1/1981; UNCOMMON; 50 Cents Regular Cover Price edition; ASK);

#80 (9/1981; UNCOMMON; 50 cents Original cover price; ASK); #81-83;

PINK PANTHER - #75-77, 84-87 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


PINK PANTHER and the INSPECTOR MINI-COMIC #1 (1976; DePatie-Freleng; based on the Animated Cartoon series; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);


POPEYE (the SAILOR; Gold Key; 1962) # 66 (19623; 84 page Giant; First GK issue) #69,71-79,139-155;

POPEYE (the SAILOR) (Whitman ONLY editions) #157,162,163,165-167;

POPEYE (the SAILOR) #158,159, 168-171 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

#160, 161= these where NOT PRINTED and they do NOT exist;

POPEYE featuring the Outer Space Kid; KITE FUN BOOK Series (Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 5" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; Listed in

Overstreet in the PROMO comic section); 1977 (Olive Oyl, Bluto, Wimpy, Swee'Pea app; UFO/Alien-c/s; Sea Hag's secret message game page; Winnipeg/Manitoba Hydro Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $20);

PORKY PIG (1/1965)(Gold Key) - #1-93

PORKY PIG (Whitman ONLY editions) #94-98,100-109; = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

#99 = NOT Printed & does NOT exist !!!;


PT 109 (Gold Key) #10123-409 (9/1964; Movie Classic, starring Cliff Robertson; True Story of JFK / John F. Fitzgerald KENNEDY at Guadalcanal; Painted-c; PHOTOS on Back Cover; PHOTOS on inside front & inside Back Cover; SOLD OUT);



QUICK DRAW McGRAW (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #14(GIANT; “FUN-TYPE ROUNDUP” ); #15;

RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY (12/1971)(Gold Key) - #1-6;

THE RIFLEMAN (1962; TV Western; 1-12=DELL Pub) - #14(G/VG = $13.00); #17(G = $10.00); #20(G/VG = $13.00);


RIO CONCHOS - #10143-503 (1965; John Wayne Movie Classic; water damaged, FA/G, reading copy $6.00);

RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT (1965-1980; Gold Key) #1-73,75,76;#74, 78- 82(all Scarcer 52 page GIANT issues);#85-93;

#44(Pence Price Variant);


RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT - TRUE GHOST STORIES MINI-COMIC #1 (1977; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);


Ripley's Believe it or Not! True Ghost Stories (37 Haunting Stories of the Supernatural) (First issue is #11186 from 1977; Second issue is #11401 from 1979) (1977; Golden Press Western Gold Key Whitman; 228 Pages including covers; Square-Bound GIANT; Softcover TPB Trade Paperback with Stiff Covers)

#11186 (1977; First issue; PHOTO cover; ** Includes; The Mummy's Hand, George Evans art; The Ghost Ship, Wally Wood art; The Flaming Scar, Al Williamson art; The Phantom Visitor; The Woman in the Tomb; The Message from Beyond; The Skeletons That Would Not Die; The Lady in White; Ship of Doom; The Thing with Claws; The Dark Rider; Testimony of the Ghost; The Haunted Villa; The Phantom Navigator; Hounds of Death; The Golem; The Vampire; The Werewolves of Poligny; The Devil's Steed; The Black Spectre; The Phantom in White; Appointment at Ticonderoga; Death Comes Knocking; The Ghostly Drummer; Proof of a Ghost; The Ghost of Povis Castle; The Fated Plane; The Ravens of Doom; The Vampire of the Schloss; The Demon in the Glass Cage; The Shadow Men; Death Comes Riding; Phantom Hands of Vengeance; The Ghost Warriors; The Crystal Skull of Doom; The Strangling Oak; The Headless Ghost of Halley Hollow; ** SCARCE in VF or Better; VF/NM, 9.0 = $69.00; VF, 8.0 = $49.00);


ROAD RUNNER = see "BEEP BEEP..."


ROCKY and his FRIENDISH FRIENDS (1-3=Giants; Jay Ward TV Cartoon; 1962-1963) -#1, 2(Squarebound Giants, 84 Pages including Covers);

#3 (3/1963; Squarebound Giant, 84 Pages including Covers; Dusley Do-Right-s, Snidley Whiplash app; Fearless Leader, Boris & Natasha app; Sherman & Peabody-s; Liddle Wolfgang-s; Fractured Fairy Tales-s; VG+ = $27);#5(Regular 36 page size);


THE ROMAN HOLIDAYS (2-11/1973; Gold Key; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1-4;


ROY ROGERS (and TRIGGER) (Gold Key) #1(7/1967; PHOTO front & back Covers; PHOTO inside front cover; the Rebel Rider; Victory Fists; All Comics, Gags etc – NO Ads);


RUN, BUDDY, RUN (6/1967) - #1;



SCOOBY DOO (… Where Are You) (Gold Key Comics Pub; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; 1970-1975; Hard-To-Find in better than strict VG/FN);

*** 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 (3/1970; What A Night for a Knight! Never Ape and Ape-Man! RARE due to HUGE DEMAND and almost NO Supply; Brings Record Prices in ANY Grade; SOLD OUT);

#2 (6/1970; "The Galleon Ghost"; SOLD OUT);

#3 (9/1970; One Spook too Many; G/VG, 3.0 = $59.00);

#4 (12/1970; Ghostly sea diver; Spooky Space Kook; SOLD OUT);

#5 (3/1971; Swamp Witch; That's Snow Ghost; SOLD OUT);

#6 (6/1971; The Ghost of Redbeard; SOLD OUT);

#7 (8/1971; Somebody's MUMMY; SOLD OUT);

#8 (10/1971; SOLD OUT)

#9 (12/1971; Phantom Clown-c/s; FN, 6.0 = $79.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $39.00);

#9 (12/1971; WHITMAN VARIANT; Phantom Clown-c/s; VG/FN, 5.0 = $64.00);

#10 (2/1972; WHITMAN VARIANT; the Ghosts of Grimstone Castle; VG+, 4.5 = $54.00);

#10 (2/1972; GOLD KEY; The Ghosts of Grimstone Castle; FA/G, 1.5 = $19.00);

#10 (2/1972; GOLD KEY; The Ghosts of Grimstone Castle; Coverless, rest is VG = $7.00);

#11 (4/1972; Jinxed Jet; VG, 4.0 = $39.00);

#12 (6/1972;SOLD OUT);

#13 (8/1972; The Miniature Haunt; G/VG, 3.0 = $29.00);

#13 (8/1972; WHITMAN VARIANT edition; The Miniature Haunt; VG, 4.0 = $39.00);

#14 (10/1972; SOLD OUT);

#15 (12/1972; The Phantom Wolf; with 16 Page FUN CATALOG Bonus AD insert; VG, 4.0 = $39.00);

#16 (2/1973; Li See Lion SOLD OUT );

#17 (4/1973; The Trail of the Wailing Ghost; VG+, 4.5 = $44.00);

#17 (4/1973; The Trail of the Wailing Ghost; WHITMAN VARIANT edition; G/VG, 3.0 = $29.00);

#18 (1973; SOLD OUT);

#19 (7/1973; The Mystery of the Ghostly Goose; Good, 2.0 = $19.00);

#20 (8/1973; The Fiery Hoo-Doo-c/s; Unlucky Luck; G/VG, 3.0 = $29.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $14.00);

#21 (10/1973; "Scream Star" with Mummy; VG, 4.0 = $32.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00; GD, 2.0 = $16.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $12.00);

#22 (12/1973; SOLD OUT);

#23 (2/1974; Napoleon Lives; VG/FN, 5.0 = $42.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

#24 (4/1974; Mark of the Scarab; Regular Gold Key edition; FN, 6.0 = $59.00, VG, 4.0 = $32.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $12.00);

#24 (4/1974; Mark of the Scarab; Regular Gold Key edition; FN, writing on back cover thus VG/FN, 5.0 = $42.00);

#24 (4/1974; Mark of the Scarab; Scarcer WHITMAN Variant Edition; FN, 6.0 = $59.00);

#25 (6/1974; The GHOST of DRACULA-c/s; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00);

#26 (7/1974; The Ghost of Redbeard; GD, 2.0 = $16.00);

#27 (8/1974; Nightmare First-Class;  VG, 4.0 = $32.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $24.00; GD, 2.0 = $16.00; FA/G. 1.5 = $12.00);

#27 (8/1974; Nightmare First-Class; WHITMAN VARIANT edition; GD, 2.0 = $16.00);

#28 (10/1974; The Ancient Astronaut-c/s; FN, 6.0 = $59.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $42.00; VG+, 4.5 = $36.00; GD, 2.0 = $16.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $12.00);

#28 (10/1974; The Ancient Astronaut-c/s; PR/FA, Back cover missing = $4.00);

#28 (10/1974; The Ancient Astronaut-c/s; WHITMAN VARIANT edition; VG, 4.0 = $32.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $12.00);



SECRET AGENT (11/1966-1/1968; Adapts the DANGER MAN TV Series in UK that lasted 3 Seasons & 39 episodes from 1960-1962);
#1(11/1966; Patrick McGoohan as John Drake PHOTO Front & Back Covers & PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers);
#2(1/1968; Patrick McGoohan as John Drake PHOTO Front & Back Covers & PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers);



SECRET SQUIRREL (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; One-Shot special) - #1(10/1966; 1st app of Secret Squirrel, Monocole Mole, Sqiddley Diddley & Winsome Witch; Scarcer);



77 SUNSET STRIP (11/1962; TV) -

#1(11/1962; PHOTO Covers; Russ Manning-a; Good+ = $12);

#1(FA/G, Centerfold Missing, photocopy replacement pages included);

#2 (2/1963; Good, 2.0 = $10.00)



SHADOW PLAY (6/1982) (Whitman ONLY editions) - #1;
SHROUD OF MYSTERY (6/1982) (Whitman ONLY editions) - #1;
SMOKEY BEAR (2/1970; Gold Key; Cartoon) - #1-11;

SNAGGLEPUSS (1962-1963; GOLD KEY Comics Pub; Snagglepuss appeared in 33 episodes of the Yogi Bear Show Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon in 1961-1962) -

#1 (10/1962; FINE+, 6.5 = $36.00); #1 (10/1962; FINE minus, 5.5 = $24.00);

#2(12/1962; FINE+, 6.5 = $28.00);

#3 [3/1963; Superb Condition WESTERN PUB (GOLD KEY & DELL) Poughkeepsie "FILE COPY"; VF/NM, 9.0 = $95.00];

#4(6/1963; SOLD OUT);

SNOOPER AND BLABBER
(Gold Key Comics Pub; Hanna-Barbera Animated TV Cartoon)

#1 (11/1962; Good, 2.0 = $20.00; FA/G, 1.5 = $15.00); #3;



SPACE FAMILY ROBINSON (LOST IN SPACE) (Gold Key Comics Pub; 1962-1978; All issues have PAINTED covers);

This 1962 COMIC Series Inspired the Classic Sci-Fi TV Series which debuted on 9/15/1965

The Comic Title changed to LOST IN SPACE after that date;

#1 (12/1962; George Wilson PAINTED Cover;  FIRST appearance of Space Family Robinson (Later LOST IN SPACE) ANYWHERE in Any MEDIA; FIRST appearance of Craig Robinson, June Robinson, Tim Robinson & Tam Robinson ANYWHERE in Any MEDIA; Space Family Robinson in The Challenge of Gorko = 22 page story by Del Connell, with Dan Spiegel art; Space Family Robinson in Rescue on Asteroid 48 = 10 page story by Del Connell, with Dan Spiegel art; Overstreet states "Low Distribution"; SCARCE; LOST IN SPACE Remake Picked Up To Series By NETFLIX, a 10-episode straight-to-series order to Lost in Space, a remake of sci-fi master Irwin Allen’s 1965 cult TV classic, from Legendary TV. The streaming service landed the project for development in November in a competitive situation, with multiple bidders. It is eyed for a 2018 premiere. IMDB Notes May 2018; The New NETFLIX LOST IN SPACE Series will Star; Parker Posey as Dr. Smith, Ignacio Serricchio as Don West, Mina Sundwall as Penny Robinson, Max Jenkins as Will Robinson, Molly Parker as Maureen Robinson, Taylor Russell as Judy Robinson, Toby Stephens as John Robinson; SOLD OUT);

#2-54 = ASK

SPACE FAMILY ROBINSON (LOST IN SPACE) (Whitman ONLY editions) #55-59;


SPACE GHOST (...Protector of the Universe) (GOLD KEY Comics Pub)

#1 (3/1967; One-Shot; FIRST PRINTING; ** FIRST Appearance of Thaddeus (Tad) Eustace Ghostal aka SPACE GHOST in COMICS cover and story;  ** Based on the 1966-1967 CBS TV Animated Cartoon Space Super-Hero by Hanna-Barbera; ** SPACE GHOST Animated Cartoon lasted 42 episodes in 1966-1967;  ** DINO BOY Animated Cartoon lasted 18 episodes; ** SPACE GHOST was designed by ALEX TOTH, the Legendary Comics Creator; ** SPACE GHOST was Created by ALEX TOTH, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera; ** ( A ) SPACE GHOST in Zorak's Revenge, 11 Page story; FIRST Appearance of Teen sidekicks JACE and JAN, with BLIP the Monkey in Comics; Adapted from the TV Episode; Don R. Christensen’s original title was Tazang’s Revenge; ** ( B ) DINO BOY in The Raiders of Ra, 6 page story, Adapted from the TV Episode; FIRST appearance of DINO BOY, Ugh and Bronty in COMICS Backup story; ** ( C ) SPACE GHOST in The Space Outcast, 15 page story; Jace, Jan and Blip appear; Adapted from the TV Episode; Don R. Christensen’s original title was Raft of Trouble; ** Additional Cover Text; FISTS Packed with Electronic Force! Incredible Speed! The Unique Gift of Invisibility! ** Low Print Run and Scarce; ** SPACE GHOST Pinup back cover; Don R. Christensen story; Wikipedia Notes; ** In the original 1966-1967 series, SPACE GHOST was an intergalactic crime fighter from the Ghost Planet. He had the ability to be invisible (Inviso Power) (via his belt), fly, and survive in space. His principal weapons were his power bands which displayed multiple beam-based attacks including heat, cold, magnetism, energy, and force among others; ** In the 1990s, Space Ghost was brought back as a host for his own fictional late-night talk show, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, on Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and GameTap. In the 2000s, he was revamped as a serious superhero once again in a mini-series by DC Comics.

** SPACE GHOST Portrayed using the Voice Talents of; Gary Owens (1966–1982, 2011), George Lowe (1994–2012), Andy Merrill (1995–99), Tom Kane (Mad), Michael Berger (Wacky Races),  Paul F. Tompkins (Jellystone!); ** Space Ghost's sidekicks are Jan (voiced by Ginny Tyler), Jayce (voiced by Tim Matheson), and their pet monkey Blip (vocal effects provided by Don Messick). ** SPACE GHOST Powers includes; Flight, Super strength, Enhanced agility, Enhanced stamina, Teleportation, Belt that grants invisibility/intangibility, Power Bands give an assortment of energy powers and abilities;

( A ) Overall VG, but front cover is Laminated in Plastic, Reading Copy = $99.00;



Space Mouse {
Walter Lantz' ...} (Gold Key pub; 1962-1963; Woody Woodpecker backup-s);.

#1 (11/1962; FN, 6.0 = $22.00; VG, 4.0 = $15.00);

#3 (5/1963; VF/NM, 9.0 = $50.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $8.00);

#4 (8/1963; VF+, 8.5 = $37.00; VG, 4.0 = $10.00; Good, 2.0 = $6.00);

#5 (11/1963; VF+, 8.5 = $37.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $12.00; VG, 4.0 = $10.00; G/VG, 3.0 = $8.00);




Spider-Man in HOSTESS GOLD KEY/ Whitman (exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics; Weight = 50 Grams each);

Black Hole #2 (5/1980; Whitman pub; Spider-Man and the Demolition Derby exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics);

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #74 (4/1977; Gold Key pub; Spider-Man in Will Power = exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics)

Bugs Bunny #190 (11/1977; Gold Key pub; Spider-Man Break the Bank = exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics) -

Daffy Duck #107 (4/1977; Gold Key pub; Spider-Man in Will Power = exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics)

Daffy Duck #107 (4/1977;Whitman Variant; Spider-Man in Will Power = exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics)

New Terrytoons (with Mighty Mouse) #49 (3/1978; Gold Key pub; Spider-Man vs. The Chairman = exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics)

Uncle Scrooge #146 (11/1977; Gold Key pub; Spider-Man in Break the Bank= exclusive full page Hostess Ad, not in Marvel Comics)


SPINE-TINGLING TALES (1975; Doctor Spektor; Gold Key) - #1-4;


STARSTREAM - Adventures in Science Fiction; (1976; Western Publishing Company/Whitman Pub; Full Color; Quality Paper; Stiff covers; 68 pages)

#1 (Richard Powers Painted-c. Dominus by Barrington J. Bayley; Last Guinea Pig by Joan Hunter Holly; Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell Jr. = Basis for the classic horror movie 'The THING'; Rabbits to the Moon by Raymond Bands; The Music of Minox by Howard Goldsmith; Shaka by Chad Olive = SOLD OUT);

#2 (Night of the Storm by Dean Koontz; Brian Traveler by Arnold Drake; Flight of the Horse by Larry Niven; Collecting Team by Robert Silverberg; Utopia Tree by H.E. Arloff ; Phoenix Planet by Mary Schaub);

#3 (Born of the Sun by Jack Williamson; A day in the Life of Dr. Moon by Harry Dawes; Microcosmic God by Theodore Sturgeon; Last Voyage of the Albatross by A.E. Van Vogt; The Crystal Singer by Anne McCaffrey; Alfred Jarnow painted-c);

#4 (Kees Romer painted-c; Call Me Joe by Poul Anderson; Ben Franklin, Martian by Pamela Eckard; Does a Bee care? by Isaac Asimov; The City by Stephan Goldin; Report to the Planetary Council by Roger Elwood; And the Blood Ran Green by Robert Bloch);


STAR TREK (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; 1967-1979; ** Comic book version of the Classic Star Trek MBC TV series that Lasted 3 Seasons and 80 episodes from 1966-1986 starred the Original Crew; William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy, Nichelle Nichols as Uhura, James Doohan as Scotty, Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie, and George Takei as Hikaru Sulu, Majel Barrett as Nurse Chapel, Walter Koenig as Chekov);

#1 (10/1967; Starship U.S.S. Enterprise, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, and George Takei as Sulu PHOTO Front cover; PHOTO's on inside Front and inside Back covers;  William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk PHOTO Back Cover Pinup; Star Trek Original Crew in The Planet of No Return, 26 pages story;

FIRST Comic Appearances of; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Leonard McCoy, Janice Rand, Dean and Hunt; K-G, Planet of Death! GCD Notes; This Is the Enterprise:  Short text piece introducing the USS Enterprise. Starts on inside front cover; continues on inside back cover. Includes photos of USS Enterprise, William Shatner as James T. Kirk, and Nichelle Nichols as Uhura. According to the second page, the Enterprise has thousands of crew members. Dick Wood story; Nevio Zeccara art);

#2 (6/1968; Starship U.S.S. Enterprise, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock with Phaser, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk with Space Rifle PHOTO Front cover; PHOTO's on inside Front and inside Back covers;  REGULAR edition with AD on Back cover; Star Trek Original Crew in Part I: The Devil's Isle of Space, 14 pages; Star Trek Original Crew in Part II: The Secret of... Execution Asteroid, 12 pages story; Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Montgomery Scott, Foster, Targu, Lara, Lt. Uhura, Dr. Leonard McCoy;

FIRST Comic Appearances of; Montgomery Scott, Foster, Targu, Lara, Lt. Uhura; Prisoners on the Planet of the Condemned Sentence Captain Kirk to Share Their Fate! Dick Wood story; Nevio Zeccara art);

#3 (12/1968;  Starship U.S.S. Enterprise, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock PHOTO Front cover,  with Smaller insert Photo of William Shatner as Kirk, Grace Lee Whitney as Janice Rand, DeForest Kelley (partly blocked by Nimoy) as McCoy, Nichelle Nichols as Uhura, Ron Vito and John Lindesmith. Star Trek Original Crew in Part I: Invasion of the City Builders, 14 pages; Star Trek Original Crew in Part II: The Bridge to Catastrophe, 12 pages story; GCD Notes; Part 1. Includes a sequence of the Enterprise flying just over a city (in the TV series the ship never intentionally enters a planet's atmosphere). Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Krill, Zika; Automated Destroyers! Dick Wood story;

Alberto Giolitti art);

#4 (6/1969; Starship U.S.S. Enterprise, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk PHOTO Front cover; Star Trek Original Crew in The Peril of Planet Quick Change, Part I: The Creatures of Light, 14 pages; Star Trek Original Crew in The Peril of Planet Quick Change, Part II: The Sinister Guest, 12 pages story; Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Sulu, Johnson, Alien light forms, Zarman, Textra, Johnson; An Alien Form Invades the Enterprise through Spock's Mind!

Dick Wood story; Alberto Giolitti art;

#5 (9/1969; Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock with Phaser, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk PHOTO Front cover; Star Trek Original Crew in The Ghost Planet, Part I, 14 pages; Star Trek Original Crew in The Ghost Planet, Part II, 12 pages story; Appearances by; Captain James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Denton, Justin I, Justin II, Gar;

Dick Wood story; Alberto Giolitti art;

#6 (12/1969; Leonard Nimoy as Spock, from the TV episode Amok Time PHOTO Front Cover; Think Fast Mr. Spock! Star Trek Original Crew in When Planets Collide, 32 page story; Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Montgomery Scott; GCD Notes; First Star Trek Gold Key story to not be divided into two parts. Pg. 27 incorporates a cross-section of the Enterprise that suggests it is much smaller than the version depicted on TV, with only a few decks. After several issues of it being referred to as the "Teleportation Chamber", the "Transporter Room" is referenced correctly for the first time. Dick Wood story; Alberto Giolitti art);

#7 (3/1970; Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk with Phaser, DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy PHOTO Front cover;  Star Trek Original Crew in VOODOO PLANET, 32 page story; Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Hikaru Sulu, Count Dressler; Dick Wood story; Alberto Giolitti art);

#8 (9/1970; PHOTO COVER of; Teleporter with William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy, Nichelle Nichols as Uhura, James Doohan as Scotty, George Takei as Hikaru Sulu, Majel Barrett as Nurse Chapel, Walter Koenig as Pavel Chekov; Star Trek Original Crew in The Youth Trap, 26 page story;

Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Montgomery Scott, Burns, Lane, Susan, Laiko, Kooba and Gorg; They Stand Helpless Before an Alien Who Dooms Them.. To Infancy! Dick Wood story; Alberto Giolitti art);

#9 (2/1971; Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk PHOTO Front cover; Appearances by; Captain James Kirk, Mr Spock, Dr. Leonard McCoy, Montgomery Scott, Hikaru Sulu, Nyota Uhura, Alexander Lazarus, Abraham Lincoln (android), Anton York (android), George Washington (android), Helen of Troy (android), Emperor Nero (android); George Washington Is Alive and Well -- Watch Out Mr. Spock! Star Trek Original Crew in The Legacy of Lazarus, 26 pages story; GCD Synopsis;

A planet is seemingly populated by every famous person from Earth's ancient past. In reality they are all androids controlled by Alexander Lazarus, a mad Earth historian.

Len Wein story;  Alberto Giolitti art);

#10 (Painted Covers Begin), 11-61 = ASK



STAR TREK: A BOMB IN TIME/ THE PSYCHOCRYSTALS (Whitman/Dynabrite) (1976) - #NN;

STAR TREK: THE EVICTORS/ THE CHOICE (Whitman/Dynabrite) (1976) - #NN;


STAR TREK; THE ENTERPRISE LOGS (Trade Paperback; Color; Golden Press; 1976/1977) -

#1(Reprints GK Star Trek #1-8; FN/VF=$32; FN=$22; VG=$15; G=$9; FA=$6);

#2(Reprints GK Star Trek #9-17; SOLD OUT);

#3(Reprints GK Star Trek #18-26; FN=$24; VG/FN=$18; G/VG=$12);

#4(Reprints GK Star Trek #27,28,30-34,35,38; Scarcer LAST issue; VF=$39);


Steve Zodiac and the FIREBALL XL5 (Gold Key; TV Series / Gerry Anderson - Supermarionation Puppets, Lasted 1 Season and 39 episodes, from 1962-1963)

#1 (#10108-401; 1/1964; PAINTED cover; SOLD OUT)


SUPERCAR (Mike Mercury; 11/1962-6/1963; Gold Key; TV Series / Gerry Anderson - Supermarionation Puppets, Lasted 2 Seasons and 39 episodes, from 1961-1962)

#1 (11/1962; PAINTED cover; SOLD OUT);

#2 (2/1963; PAINTED cover; SOLD OUT);

#3 (5/1963; PAINTED cover; VG/FN, 5.0 = $18.00);

#4 (8/1963; SCARCER LAST issue; PAINTED cover; 20% of BACK Cover is Missing, FAIR, 1.0, Reading Copy = $6.00);



SUPER TV HEROES = SEE "HANNA-BARBERA SUPER TV HEROES"


TARZAN (1962-1972; Formerly Dell Pub; #207up=DC Pub; Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs); #124,132-206;


TARZAN LORD OF THE JUNGLE (Giant) (1965) - #1;


TASMANIAN DEVIL & His Tasty Friends (interior date = 11/1962; cover date = 3/1962; Gold Key pub; Looney Tunes / Warner Bros TV Cartoon; SCARCE One-Shot) -#1(Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck & Tweety Bird on cover & appearances; Elmer Fudd, Sylvester, Yosemite Sam, Road Runner & Wile E Coyote app;SOLD OUT );


THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN THEIR FLYING MACHINES #10162-510(10/1965; Gold Key Movie Classic; PHOTO Front & Back Covers; PHOTO inside Front & inside Back Covers; The Movie starred; Stuart Whitman, Sarah Miles, Robert Morley, Terry-Thomas, Red Skelton);


THE THREE STOOGES (GOLD KEY; Formerly Dell Pub) #10-55;


The THREE STOOGES IN ORBIT - FILM STORY (Gold Key Pub; Low Print & Scarce; Photo Novel Comic; MOVIE CLASSIC; 36 pages including covers)

#30016-211 (#1; 11/1962; One-Shot; Stiff covers; the Complete MOVIE Told in Comics format, but all in B&W PHOTO's; all 4 Covers also have Photo's; VF = $72);

#30016-211 (#1; 11/1962; One-Shot; Stiff covers; the Complete MOVIE Told in Comics format, but all in B&W PHOTO's; all 4 Covers also have Photo's; VG = $22);


TIGER GIRL #1 (9/1968; regular edition with AD on Back-c);

TIGER GIRL #1 (9/1968; Scarcer VAR IANT edition with PINUP on Back-c);

the TIME TUNNEL (2-7/1967; TV; Science Fiction; ** Starring; James Darren, Robert Colbert, Whit Bissell, John Zaremba, Lee Meriwether, & Dick Tufeld) -

#1(2/1967; PAINTED-c; PHOTO Back-c; PHOTO Inside Front & Back-c);

#2(7/1967; PAINTED-c; PHOTO Back-c; PHOTO Inside Front & Back-c)


TOM AND JERRY(1963)(Gold Key) - #213-217, 219,221,222,224-327;

TOM AND JERRY (Whitman ONLY editions) #262, 329,333-335, 338-341;

TOM AND JERRY (MGM/Metro-Goldwin-Mayer); #330-332, 342-344 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


TOM AND JERRY FUN HOUSE (80 Pages; Squarebound) - #213(November/1962), 214;

TOM AND JERRY SUMMER FUN #1 (9/1966; 84 page GIANT)


TOP CAT (Hanna-Barbera; TV Cartoon; 1-3=Dell; 4up=Gold Key; 12/1961-2/1962 thru 1970); - #5,6,8,9,11-13,16,20-22,24-31;

TOP CAT (Hanna-Barbera; TV Cartoon; 1-3=Dell; 4up=Gold Key; 12/1961-2/1962 thru 1970); – Incomplete; #15(G,CFO)



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TOP COMICS (KK Publications / Gold Key; all JULY 1967; Originally SOLD ONLY in Polybagged PRE-PACKS);

>>>> SEE ALSO the WALT DISNEY issues listed in the WALT DISNEY Section of >>>> our Website;


BEEP BEEP ROAD RUNNER (Top Comics; 7/1967; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes) - #1;

BUGS BUNNY (Top Comics; 7/1967) - #1,2;

DAFFY DUCK (Top Comics; 7/1967; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes) - #1;

THE FLINTSTONES (Top Comics; 7/1967; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1,3,4;

FLIPPER (Top Comics; TV - Photo-c) - #1;

JETSONS (Top Comics; 7/1967; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1;

LASSIE (Top Comics; TV - Photo-c) - #1;

THE LITTLE MONSTERS (Top Comics; 7/1967) - #1

PORKY PIG (Top Comics; 7/1967; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes) - #1, 2;

THREE STOOGES (Top Comics; 1967) - #2(PHOTO-c);

TOM & JERRY (Top Comics; 7/1967) - #1, 2;

TOP CAT - (Top Comics; 7/1967; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1;

TWEETY & SYLVESTER (Top Comics; 7/1967; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes) - #1, 2;

WOODY WOODPECKER (Top Comics; 7/1967; Walter Lantz) - #1-4;

YOGI BEAR (Top Comics; 7/1967; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) - #1,2;

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TOTAL WAR (GOLD kEY; 1965) #1


TRAGG AND THE SKY GODS (6/1975)(Gold Key) - #1-8;

TRAVELS OF JAMIE McPHEETERS (12/1963; One Shot; TV Western; Wagon Train in 1849; Painted-c, with small photo of Russell; full Photo Back-c) -

#1 (show starred KURT RUSSELL; Also with; Dan O'Herlihy, Donna Anderson, Osmond Brothers & Charles Bronson);;

TUROK SON OF STONE (Gold Key Pub; formerly Dell Pub; 1962-1982) - #30-109,111-115 (Scarcer 52 page GIANT issues); #116-125;


TUROK SON OF STONE (Whitman ONLY editions) #126-130;

TUROK SON OF STONE GIANT COMIC (11/1966) - #1;

TWEETY AND SYLVESTER (11/1963) (Gold Key)- #1-55, 57-102;

TWEETY AND SYLVESTER (Whitman ONLY editions) #103,104,108-110,112-116;


Tweety & Sylvester (Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers) #105-107, 117-121 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at =www.dougcomicworld.com


TWEETY and SYLVESTER MINI-COMIC #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall;

Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);


THE TWILIGHT ZONE (Gold Key Comics Pub; 1962-1982; Based on the Original ROD SERLING Hosted Classic Sci-Fi, Horror, Mystery & Fantasy CBS TV series, which lasted Five Seasons and 156 Episodes from 1964-1969; Later rebooted as a new 43 Episode TV Series in 2002-2003 with Forest Whitaker as Host & a 1983 Movie; Issues #1-20 and #83-85 are Getting SCARCER, due to HIGH DEMAND and LOW Supply)

#1 (11/1962; FIRST PRINTING; FIRST Gold Key issue of this TV Series Title; ** George Wilson Painted Cover; George Wilson Painted Back Cover Pin-Up; ** Frozen Worlds of Space, 1 page, with art by Joe Certa. ** Perilous Journey, 10 pages, with art by Reed Crandall.  ** Do Not Touch Exhibit, , 10 pages, with art by George Evans and Reed Crandall. ** Wings of Death text story, 1 page with art by Joe Certa. ** Voyage to Nowhere, 11 pages with pencils by Reed Crandall and George Evans; ** Custer's Last Stand, 1 page with art by Tom Gill. ** The Overstreet Comic Guide Lists 10 Pages and 11 Pages of Art by REED CRANDALL and FRANK FRAZETTA; SCARCE, due to HIGH DEMAND and LOW Supply; SOLD OUT);

#2 (2/1963; Painted cover; ART by; Giovanni Ticci and Alberto Giolitti; );

#3 (5/1963; Painted cover; ART by; Mike Sekowsky and Mike Peppe, ALEX TOTH, Jack Sparling; ASK);

#4 (8/1963; Painted cover; Alex Toth and Mike Sekowsky art; SOLD OUT)

#5 (11/1963; Painted cover; Mike Sekowsky, Tom Gill and, Frank Thorne art;

#6 (2/1964; Painted cover; Mike Sekowsky, Jack Sparling, Ben Oda, Mike Peppe, Don Heck and, George Tuska art;

#7 (2/1964; George Wilson Painted cover; Dick Wood story; Frank Thorne, Fred Fredericks, Jack Sparling and Jerry Robinson art

#8 (8/1964; Painted cover; Fred Fredericks, Mel Crawford, Ben Oda,, Mike Peppe and Ray Bailey art;

#9 (11/1964; Painted cover; Fred Fredericks, Joe Certa and Jack Sparling art;

#10 (2/1965; Painted cover; rank Thorne, Joe Certa and Fred Fredericks art;

#11 (5/1965; Painted cover;  Joe Certa, Frank Bolle, Hy Eisman, Fred Fredericks and Ben Oda art;

#12 (8/1965; Painted cover; Al Williamson, Joe Certa, Don Heck,, Mike Peppe and Ben Oda art;

#13 (11/1965; George Wilson Painted cover; Dick Wood story; Reed Crandall, Al McWilliams and, Frank Bolle art;

#14 (2/1966; Painted cover; Reed Crandall, Alberto Giolitti, Joe Orlando and Al McWilliams art;

#15 (5/1966; George Wilson Painted cover; Reed Crandall art;

#16 (7/1966; Painted cover; Joe Orlando and Frank Bolle art;

#17 (9/1966; Painted cover; Joe Orlando, Tom Gill, Ben Oda, Joe Certa and Win Mortimer art;

#18 (11/1966; Painted cover; Alberto Giolitti and Joe Certa art;

#19 (1/1967; Painted cover; Joe Orlando, Andre LeBlanc, Joe Certa and Mike Roy art;

#20 (3/1967; Painted cover; Leo Dorfman story, Joe Orlando, Andre LeBlanc, Sal Trapani and Russ Jones art;

#21-49

#52-59, 61-64, 66-70, 72-76, 78-80, 82;

#83 (Low Print and SCARCER 52 page GIANT issue; SOLD OUT)

#84 (6/1978; ** Low Print and SCARCER 52 page GIANT issue;  ** Painted cover. ** ** FIRST professional, comic book work by FRANK MILLER; ** ROYAL FEAST,  3 page story with FRANK MILLER art; ** Raptures of the Deep, 6 page story with Adolpho Buylla art;   ** Nightowl, 6 page story with Jack Sparling art; ** Don't Call Me, 6 page story with Frank Bolle art; ** I Did, 6 page story with Eye Man = John Celardo art;  ** Seeing-Eye Man, 6 page story with John Celardo art;  ** Makeover, 6 page story with Frank Bolle art; SOLD OUT)

#85 (7/1978; FRANK MILLER's Second Published Comic Work; Frank Bolle, and Bob Jenney art; Mike Roy Painted cover);

#87, 89-91;



THE TWILIGHT ZONE (Whitman ONLY editions) #92;

TWILIGHT ZONE MINI-COMIC #1 (1977; based on the Rod Serling TV series; Western/Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall;

Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);


UFO FLYING SAUCERS (10/1968)(Gold Key) - #1-13;

UFO FLYING SAUCERS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #12;

UFO AND OUTER SPACE (Gold Key) - #14(6/1978), 15-25;




UFO ENCOUNTERS (TPB - Trade paperback; Gold Key / GOLDEN PRESS; Western Publishing);

#11192 [1978;  ISBN: 0-307-11192-X; $1.95 original cover price; 228 pages including covers; Weight = 260 Grams; Collects Volume-1 and Volume-2 into this One Larger Volume; 67 x True Color Comics Stories about UFO's and Flying Saucers;  SCARCE; Stories are collected from the UFO Flying Saucers (the 1968 Gold Key Comics series) Weight = 260 Grams; Painted Cover Depicts a Man, Woman, Child, Alien & City in the Sky under a Dome; SOLD OUT];


#11404 (1978; Volume-1 inside; ISBN: 0-307-11192-X; $1.00 cover price; 132 pages including covers; SCARCE; Weight = 160 Grams; RARE; Creasing to Covers; Painted Cover Depicts a Woman in Nightgown the Woods with a Crashing Space Ship; Pages are numbers as #1-128 inside (Page Numbering Continued into Volume-2); SCARCE; 34 x TRUE Color Comics Stories are collected from the UFO Flying Saucers (the 1968 Gold Key Comics series);   = SOLD OUT

UFO MYSTERIES (TPB - Trade paperback; Gold Key / GOLDEN PRESS; Western Publishing);

#11400 (1978; Volume-2 inside; NO  ISBN Number; $1.00 cover price; 96 pages including covers; Pages are numbers as #129-224 inside (Page Numbering Continued from Volume-1); SCARCE; 33 x TRUE Color Comics Stories are collected from the UFO Flying Saucers (the 1968 Gold Key Comics series); Weight; SCARCE; Weight = 120 Grams; Painted Cover Depicts Five FLYING SAUCERS approaching Earth, with front UFO Shooting Laser Beams at Two Men running from their Car on the Ground; overall VF, but with Two Inch Crease at upper right cover thus, FN, 6.0 = $44.00);


UNDERDOG (Gold Key Comics Pub; 3/1975-2/1979; Second Comic Series; based on the Leonardo TTV Animated Cartoons; The Original NBC TV Series Lasted 3 Seasons from 1964-1967 with 140 Episodes; The Series Starred the Voice Talents of; George S. Irving as Narrator, Wally Cox      as Underdog, Allen Swift as Simon Bar-Sinister, Norma MacMillan as  Sweet Polly Purebred; The 2007 Live-Action Movie starred; Peter Dinklage as Dr. Simon Barsinister, Jim Belushi as Dan Unger, along with the Voice Talents of Jason Lee as UNDERDOG, Amy Adams as Polly and Brad Garrett as Riff Raff; 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!)

 #1 (3/1975; ** First GOLD KEY appearances of: Shoe Shine Boy aka UNDERDOG, Polly and Professor Simon Barsinister; ** Underdog in The Big Boom! ** Underdog in The Dress Mess; ** Underdog in Wacky Weather! ** Underdog in Plop Went the Plot! ** Underdog in Getting Together!  ** Art by; John Costanza and John Albano; VG/FN, 5.0 = $49.00);

#2-23 (ASK);

;


VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (12/1964) - #1-16;


WACKY ADVENTURES OF CRACKY (12/1972) - #1-3,#4(Sherlock Holmes parody-c/s; VF+ $12); #5(FN $7); 6-12;


WACKY RACES  - The Weirdo World of Wheels (Gold Key pub; 1969-1972; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; All Getting SCARCE due to HUGE DEMAND and VERY LOW Supply; One of the MOST Requested of all Hanna-Barbera comics ever made)

#2 (2/1971; Wide Open Races; ** Real Gone Ape; ** Mish Mash Missouri Dash; FN, 6.0 = $36.00; VG/FN, 5.0 = $29.00; GOOD+, 2.5 = $16.00);

#3 (5/1971; It's Go-Go for Kokomo; ** Free Wheeling to Wheeling; ** Race Rally to Raleigh; Overall FAIR, but Centerfold Missing thus POOR Incomplete = $4.00);

#4 (8/1971; Beat the Clock Through Yellowrock; ** Follow Through to Yoo Hoo; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);

#5 (11/1971; Wacky Race to Ballpoint, Penn; ** Wrong Lumber Place; ** The Zippy Mississippi Race; VG/FN, 5.0 = $29.00);

#6 (2/1972; The Baja-Ha-Ha Race; ** The Speedy Arkansas Travelers; Cover is Tilted Off-Center, FN, 6.0 = $36.00);

#6 (2/1972; The Baja-Ha-Ha Race; ** The Speedy Arkansas Travelers; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);

#7 (4/1972; GOLD KEY PUB; The Scavenger Scramble; ** The San Diego Go-Go; Canadian VARIANT with 20 Cents cover price; VG, 4.0 = $25.00);

#7 (4/1972; The Scavenger Scramble; ** The San Diego Go-Go; WHITMAN VARIANT with 15 Cents cover price; FN, 6.0 = $36.00);




WACKY WITCH (1/1971) (Gold Key) - #1-8,10-21;


WAGON TRAIN (1963-1964; TV Western; Gold Key pub; all PHOTO front & back covers) -#2(overall decent G/VG, but with the BACK cover Missing, thus FA; Story & interior NOT affected; B&W Photocopy of Back-c is included = $3);#2, 3, 4;


WALLY (1962/1963) - #2-4;


WHERE'S HUDDLES (1-12/1971; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; Gold Key) - #1-3;


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The WILD, WILD WEST (GOLD KEY Comics Pub; 6/1966-10/1969; Classic Steam-Punk Sci-Fi TV Western, Lasted 4 Seasons and 104 episodes from 1965-1969 with Robert Conrad as  Jim West & Ross Martin as Artemus Gordon);

#1 (6/1966; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; SOLD OUT)

#2 (11/1966; Phantom from the Past; Photo Back Cover VARIANT = Listed as SCARCE in Overstreet; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; VF, 8.0 = $75.00);

#2 (11/1966; Phantom from the Past; Photo Back Cover VARIANT = Listed as SCARCE in Overstreet; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; VG, 4.0 = $29.00);

#3 (6/1968; The Stolen Empire; Photo Back Cover VARIANT = Listed as SCARCE in Overstreet; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; G= $14.00);

#3 (6/1968; The Stolen Empire; Regular Editions with AD Back cover; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; VF+, 8.5 = $79.00);

#3 (6/1968; The Stolen Empire; Regular Editions with AD Back cover; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; Al McWilliams art; VG/FN, 5.0 = $20.00);

#4 (12/1968; Montezuma's Gold; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover);

#5 (4/1969; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; VF+, 8.5 = $69.00);

#5 (4/1969; The Night of the Tongs; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39.00);

#6 (7/1969; Maximilian's Treasure; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; VF+, 8.5 = $79.00);

#6 (7/1969; Maximilian's Treasure; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; VF, 8.0 = $55.00);

#6 (7/1969; Maximilian's Treasure; Robert Conrad PHOTO cover; VG/FN, 5.0 = $20.00);

#7 (10/1969; Blueprint for Destruction; Night of the Buccaneer; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; VF, 8.0 = $55.00);

#7 (10/1969; Blueprint for Destruction; Night of the Buccaneer; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; FN/VF, 7.0 = $39.00)

#7 (10/1969; Blueprint for Destruction; Night of the Buccaneer; Robert Conrad & Ross Martin PHOTO cover; VG/FN, 5.0 = $20.00);

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THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM (1962) - #1;

WOODSY OWL (11/1973) (Gold Key) - #1-10;


WOODY WOODPECKER (Gold Key) -#72; #73(11/62),

#74(12/1962; 84 page Squarebound GIANT; Space Mouse partial-c & Story; FN/VF $29);

#75(3/1963; 84 page Squarebound GIANT);

#76-80,84-87,89-91,93,95-117, 119-123, 125-140, 142-149,151-187;


WOODY WOODPECKER (Whitman ONLY editions) #188,189,193,195-197;

Woody Woodpecker (Walter Lantz) #190, 191, 198-201 = SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com

#192 = NOT printed & does NOT exist;

WOODY WOODPECKER CHRISTMAS PARADE (Giant) (1/1969) - #1;

WOODY WOODPECKER SUMMER FUN  #1 (9/1966; 84 page GIANT) 


YOGI BEAR (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; 1-9=DELL Pub) - #10(Giant; 10/1962; 1st GK issue; Jellystone Jollies; 1st Gold Key issue);

#11(Giant; Jellystone Jollies); #13(Surprise Party; Giant); #14-16,18-28,30-42;

(YOGI BEAR) HEY THERE, IT'S YOGI BEAR (9/1964) - #NN;


YOSEMITE SAM (12/1970)(Gold Key) - #1-9,13-65

YOSEMITE SAM (WHITMAN ) #66-67,71-74,76-78;


YOSEMITE SAM (and BUGS BUNNY = cover subtitle); (Looney Tunes/Warner Brothers)

#68-70, 79-81= SEE "WHITMAN Pre-Pack ONLY Comics" Listing on our Website at = www.dougcomicworld.com


ZANE GREY'S STORIES OF THE WEST; NEVADA (11/1964) - #NN;

ZODY AND MOD ROB (7/1970) - #1;



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Canadian Cover Price VARIANT Editions;

(Uncommon to SCARCE; over 75% are IN STOCK = Send your serious WANT LISTS);

VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce); April 1968 to August 1968; 15 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 12 cent issues;
VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon); March 1972 to April 1973; 20 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 15 cent issues;

Reverse VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce; no known GIANTS are Variants); December 1977 to February 1978; 30 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 35 cent issues;

Reverse VARIANT Editions; (Uncommon to Scarce); March 1978; (Only 3 known = Bullwinkle #19, Moby Duck #30, and Super Goof #45) = 30 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 35 cent issues;
VARIANT Editions; (Scarce to RARE); January to July 1984; 75 cent Canadian Cover Price VARIANTS of the US 60 cent issues;

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(B); SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions of GOLD KEY = IN STOCK;

ADAM-12 (12/1973; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #4,9,10;
AMAZING CHAN and the CHAN CLAN (5/1973-2/1974; Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1, 2, 3;
ANDY PANDA (WALTER LANTZ) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) #1, 11
BABY SNOOTS (8/1970; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #8,9,18,21;
BATTLE OF THE PLANETS (6/1979; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) #4;
BEEP BEEP THE ROAD RUNNER (10/1966; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - 37,39,46,54,58,66,83,87
BORIS KARLOFF TALES OF MYSTERY (1962; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions); - #53,55,56,57,59,63,65,66, 69,70,71,75-78,87,88
BROTHERS OF THE SPEAR (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #10

BUCK ROGERS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #2,7;
BUGS BUNNY (1962; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #142,143,159,165,169,173, 174,186,187,203,204, 209,216;
BULLWINKLE AND ROCKY (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #3-5,7,9;
DAFFY DUCK (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #76,77,83,87,98,101,107,109,127;
DAGAR THE INVINCIBLE (10/1972) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #9-11,14,15,17,18;
DARK SHADOWS (WHITMAN Variant Edition; Oct. 1974); #27,28, 30, 33, 35
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (2/1979)(SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #13,29;
FLASH GORDON (1978-1982; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #20,24,27
FUN-IN (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoons; 2/1970-12/1974; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #11,14,15;
THE FUNKY PHANTOM (3/1972) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1-3, 7,10,12;
GOLD KEY SPOTLIGHT (5/1976) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #2,6,8,9;
GRIMM'S GHOST STORES (1/1972-6/1982; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #15-18,20,21,25,28,29,32,34,35,38,39,41,47,48;

;
THE HAIR BEAR BUNCH (2/1972) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1,3;
HAPPY DAYS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #3

HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS (4/1972) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1,3,7;
H.R. PUFNSTUF (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions; -#6(1/1972; FN=$40; VG/FN=$35); #7(4/1972; G/VG=$22; G=$16);
THE INSPECTOR (& Pink Panther) (7/1974) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #2,17;
THE JUNGLE TWINS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #13,15,18;
LANCELOT LINK SECRET CHIMP (5/1971)(SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #4,6;
LITTLE LULU (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #202-204,206,213,217,218,221,229,230,233,234,255,257


THE LITTLE MONSTERS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #32, 34;
THE LITTLE STOOGES (9/1972) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #1;
THE LONE RANGER (9/1964) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #22,26;
LOONEY TUNES (4/1975) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #8,9;
MAGNUS ROBOT FIGHTER (1963) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #35,38,41,42;
MIGHTY MOUSE (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #172;
THE MIGHTY SAMSON (Whitman ONLY editions) - #24,25,27,31,32;
NEW TERRYTOONS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #26,36,38,39,45,53;
THE OCCULT FILES OF DOCTOR SPEKTOR (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #9,10,22,25;
O.G. WHIZ (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #8,9,11;
THE PINK PANTHER (4/1971; SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions)- #6,7,15,19,31,35, 43,47,55,56,61,65,66,71;
POPEYE (the SAILOR) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #142,150,154-155;
PORKY PIG (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #51,64,65,69,74-76,85,93;
RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #2,6;
RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #48-50,52,55,56, 59,60,64,65,69, 70,71,73,84,85;


THE ROMAN HOLIDAYS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #3,4;
SCOOBY DOO (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon ; scarce SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #13, 17, 24, 27, 28
SMOKEY BEAR (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #9,11;
SPACE FAMILY ROBINSON (LOST IN SPACE) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #39,44,45,47,49,52;
STAR TREK(SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #25,26,36,53;
TOM AND JERRY (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #264,265,280,295,297, 310,326-327;
TRAGG AND THE SKY GODS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #4,7,9;
TUROK SON OF STONE (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #93,94,98,101,102,
TWEETY AND SYLVESTER (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #24,25,32,36,37,47, 51,53,57,59-61,84,85, 87,100-102;
THE TWILIGHT ZONE (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #51,55,57,58,62,65,66,68,69,72,#77(FA);
UFO FLYING SAUCERS (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #12;
UFO AND OUTER SPACE (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #16,19;
UNDERDOG (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #5,7,12,15;
WACKY RACES – (Hanna-Barbera TV Cartoon) (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #6, 7;
WACKY WITCH (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #8;
WHERE'S HUDDLES (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #3;
WOODSY OWL (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #4;
WOODY WOODPECKER (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #132,135,147,148,152,160,174, 175,186-187;
YOSEMITE SAM (SCARCER Whitman Variant Editions) - #8,9,13,15,18,33, 34,36-38,45,60,65

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*** PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error);

>> OR, you can; PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 ); TEXT it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-392-6686 );

( 3 ); MONEY ORDERS, CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & BANK DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees;

** FOREIGN & OVERSEAS orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

( 4 ); WESTERN UNION; They Require that You send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the USA Funds Total into the current Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number; Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa;  Send me via WESTERN UNION Tracking Number Information in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

( 5 ); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

( 6 ); USA Funds CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for LOST CASH, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But Note that 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
( 7 ); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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>> Note; USA letters to Canada, need $1.25 in stamps;
Send to & make payment to;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
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

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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