All Select Comics

Prepare to be blown away by the dynamic lineup of superheroes gracing the cover of All Select #4 – Captain America, Human Torch, Sub-Mariner, Bucky, and Toro unite for an unforgettable team-up! This groundbreaking issue, published in Summer 1944, not only showcases this legendary gathering but also features an iconic Alex Schomburg drawn motorcycle with a personalized license plate reading ‘C.A.’ on the front fender.

Inside the issue, “The Mystery of Hangmen’s Island” follows French patriot Jules Durrain and his daughter Jeanne as they are targeted by Nazi spies in the United States. Steve Rogers, alias Captain America, and his partner James, alias Bucky, join forces to rescue them. They confront the spies on Hangman’s Island, where Jules is held captive. After a daring rescue, Captain America and Bucky thwart the Nazis’ plans and save the day.

Schomburg, hailed as the Norman Rockwell of comic books‘ by none other than Stan Lee himself, was renowned for his meticulous attention to detail, and this cover is no exception. Born in Puerto Rico, Schomburg left an indelible mark on the world of comics with hundreds of Golden Age covers to his name.

But the excitement doesn’t end there! All Select Comics, running for 11 thrilling issues from 1943 to 1946, marked a pivotal transition in the Golden Age comic market post-WWII. The series underwent transformations, evolving into Blonde Phantom Comics from issues #12-22 (1946 – 1949) before morphing into the romance comic Lovers from #23-86 (1949 – 1957).

Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of comic book history – All Select #4 is a true gem, representing the pinnacle of superhero storytelling and the Golden Age of comics!

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  1. Harrison Resnick

    Do you have this for sale//trade?

    • Thanks Harrison, holding tight to this one. It’s a Captain America with motorcycle cover – a killer combination.

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