Category: Standard Comics

Ozark Ike

Once exceptionally popular, Li’l Abner is nearly forgotten today. And if we can no longer recall Al Capp’s Li’l Abner and Daisy Mae, there probably is not much…

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…

Joe Yank

Get ready for a thrilling ride with Standard Comics’ Joe Yank, a gripping series tailor-made for post-WWII military sensibilities. Issue #12*, released in August 1953, delivers a punch…

Jungle Jim

Paul Norris illustrated this vibrant cover of Jungle Jim#14* released in October 1949. Norris, a World War II veteran, transitioned from Jungle Jim to later draw the Brick…

Captain Easy

Captain Easy and his sidekick Wash Tubbs embark on an adventurous journey to Hippa-Hula island with a cunning plan to acquire the beauty secrets of the island girls…

Roger Dodger

Despite its numbering as issue #5*, the Roger Dodger title made its sole appearance in August 1952 under the Standard Comics banner. This single issue serves as both…

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…

Boots and Her Buddies

Boots and Her Buddies #5*, published by Standard Comics in September 1948, sparks curiosity with its cover art, leaving much to the imagination. Boots appears deep in thought,…

Bruce Gentry

During the Golden Age of Comics, which spanned roughly from the late 1930s to the early 1950s, Bruce Gentry emerged as a prominent figure within the genre of…

Alley Opp

Alley Oop’s time-travel adventure, fantasy and humor story line was well known to the public back in the day.  Alley Opp was a syndicated comic strip created in…