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Gang Busters

One wouldn’t have thought the squeaky clean publisher DC Comics would have entered the grimy genre of crime comics, but flagging superhero sales by 1947 indeed had it…

Wonder Woman

Within the great halls in the pantheon of American cultural comic icons there are just four seats upon which rest the weary, yet still resilient and proud bodies…

Action Comics Golden Age Motorcycle Covers

The two incredible motorcycle covers directly reflect the war-fronts occurring during World War II in both Europe and Japan. They serve as bookends to the Golden Age comic era….

Detective Comics

These are the guys (D.C. aka Detective Comics) that started it all.  After the first Detective Comics issue back in 1937, they created and launched the first appearance…

Batman

Issue #34 on the left* is from May 1946.  I had been looking for a reasonably priced copy for a while, because I wanted to beef up on…

Buzzy

Buzzy #43* was published June 1952 by Detective Comics (DC).  The cover features a well done, if not fairly common “teacher crush” theme.   These types of humor titles…

Blackhawk

Issue #30 (left) from April 1950 was one of the comics originally from the ‘ole man’s stash.  It features the art of Reed Crandall (himself a WWII air-force veteran) who would…

Adventures of Bob Hope

The Adventures of Bob Hope is a comic book series that was published by National Periodical Publications (DC Comics). The series ran for 109 issues from 1950 through 1968…