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My personal collection’s twenty favorite Golden Age comic book covers – the “ride or die” group of keepers.

Buster Crabbe

For nearly three years, I embarked on a quest to obtain a copy of Buster Crabbe #5—a cherished comic that holds a special place in my collection.  My…

Fantastic Comics

Fantastic Comics #4 had been far out of the reach of my budget, but I found this copy at auction described as “removed from bound copy.” That seemed…

Batman

I won’t try to complete the history of Batman here, others have done that already.  I will try to recount my experiences.  The most recent being scoring a…

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…

Cindy Comics

Cindy Comics, published by Timely, ran for a total of 12 issues, numbered #27 to #38. Issue #37, released in December 1948, is a notable piece of artwork…

Air Fighters

What can be said about the cover of Air Fighters Vol. 2 #2 that you can’t already see? Well, aside from the button-popping blouse, this eyebrow-raising cover was…

Boy Comics

I’ve always been a fan of this Boy Comics #11 cover from August 1943, with cover art crafted by Charles Biro! This edition holds significant historical value with…