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Noun – large, powerful lights at the front of a vehicle.

Sunny

Sunny, America’s Sweetheart #11 and #13*, published by Fox Feature Syndicate, are dated December 1947 and April 1948, respectively. Although the Sunny comic series had a brief run…

Minute Man

Minute Man was one of the many “Red, White and Blue” super heroes to emerge from the early 1940’s.  Minute Man #3* was published by Fawcett on March…

ZIP Comics

ZIP Comics #18* was published by MLJ Magazines  on September 1941.  The cover is by one of my favorite artists, Irv Novick. The superhero character is Steel Sterling….

Zoot Comics

Zoot Comics originated within the “funny animal” genre of comic books, a popular trend in the mid-20th century. The series showcased anthropomorphic animal characters, including Quizzo the Owl,…

Rangers

Rangers Comics made its debut in 1941 under the title “Rangers of Freedom Comics,” showcasing a superhero team donning distinctive costumes. After seven installments, the series underwent a…

Slave Girl Comics

Slave Girl Comics #1 was published by Avon Periodicals on February 1949 and is listed in Brent Frankenhoff’s “The Greatest Comic Book Covers of All Time.” It is…

Junior Comics

              You may not believe me, but I am being honest. A few years back when I re-started collecting books I didn’t…

Fight Comics

Fiction House, a publisher of pulp magazines and comic books active from the 1920s to the 1950s, is renowned for its distinctive approach to blending pinup-style good girl…

Famous Funnies

Without a doubt, the Frank Frazetta cover gracing Eastern Color’s Famous Funnies #209 (December 1953) holds the title of my all-time favorite. I can vividly recall being captivated…

Dagar Desert Hawk

Dagar Desert Hawk embarked on its adventure with eight bi-monthly issues under Fox Feature Syndicate, starting from #14 and curiously ending with #23, skipping a couple of digits…