Buccaneers #21

Buccaneers #21

Captain Daring and his fearless crew navigate the treacherous seas aboard the legendary vessel, the “Revenge,” boldly facing off against pirates and “savages” who dare to cross their path.

In Buccaneers #21* from May 1950, readers are treated to a veritable treasure trove of classic pirate jargon, including phrases like “Batten my hatches,” “Spring ashore, me hearties,” and the ever-iconic “Aye aye cap’n.”

While the pirate genre may not have been the hottest trend in the golden age of comics, this issue delivers a swashbuckling adventure like no other. The cover features the alluring priestess Quilla, also known as Trissa Parley, drawn by the exceptional Reed Crandall of Blackhawk fame, scintillating readers with her mesmerizing rendition of the ancient “dance of war.” Avast ye, me hearties, and prepare to hoist the jib for a thrilling voyage through the high seas of comic book lore!

 

* Sold Copy