Tag: Comics

All New Comics

All-New Comics #6 (January 1944) was published by Harvey.  The wild cover has a bit of everything; no less than two motorcycle images, a U.S. flag waving over…

Detective Comics

These are the characters integral to the iconic inception of D.C., or Detective Comics. The debut issue of Detective Comics in 1937 marked the birthplace, paving the way…

Gay Comics

Like the crumbling ruins of an ancient Roman coliseum, the weathered and worn pages of a vintage comic book offer a window into the cultural landscape of a…

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…

Candy

Candy burst onto the scene as one of Quality Comics’ forays into the bustling “teen-humor” market, which had been set ablaze by the phenomenal success of Archie. Sensibly,…

Margie and the fist appearance (character/image) of Stan Lee in comics

Margie Comics #46, with a cover date of June 1947 (#36), holds a significant place in comic history as it features the earliest appearance of the legendary Stan…

Blondie

Before there was Blondie the musician there was Blondie Boopadoop, the sultry comic strip character created by Chic Young. She was a fun loving flapper girl who spent…