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Art by Alex Schomburg

All New Comics

All New Comics #8*, published by Harvey on May 1944, is special.  Not just for its hooded fiend cover drawn by Alex Schomburg  (sometimes this issue is referred to…

Americas Best Comics

“Miss Masque on Motorcycle” by Alex Schomburg! America’s Best Comics emerged in the Golden Age, a comic book series brought to life by Nedor/Better Publications. Nedor Comics, also…

Exciting Comics

Exciting Comics #38 from April 1945 is “in the shop” for a press and slabbing.  But that shouldn’t stop me from posting this brilliantly colored gem of a motorcycle…

Startling Comics

Startling Comics #48, published in November 1947, features more than just “Lance Lewis, Space Detective.”  This issue is part of a series of seven covers, including issues #47-#53,…

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…

Captain America Comics

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve finally acquired my ‘holy grail’ of motorcycle covers – Captain America Comics #27 from June 1943! With eager anticipation, I’ve entrusted this…

Miss Fury

This is my favorite cover from the eight-book series of Miss Fury comic books, which originally ran from 1942 to 1946. Each of these covers is credited to,…

Kathy

Step back, Archie Comics – Kathy comic covers are the true masters of suggestive allure! For an impressive 17 issues, from September 1949 to September 1955, Standard Comics…

The Fighting Yank

It took me several years to locate my first copy of The Fighting Yank #27, and since then, I’ve been fortunate enough to upgrade to this remarkable condition…

Brick Bradford

Brick Bradford, an iconic redheaded (later blond) aviator hailing from Kentucky, embodied the timeless spirit of adventure that would later reach its zenith in the exploits of Captain…