Tag: Marvel Comics

Patsy Walker

Innocent times during a simpler era.  You could take your gal out on the town and grab a meal of two, five cent hot dogs.  Of course some things…

Red, White and Blue Comic Superheroes

When I first began this post, it was just to feature my newly purchased Master Comics #14 with damsel and motorcycle cover.  But after doing a little research…

Bulletman

Issue #14* of Bulletman was published March 1943 by Fawcett.  I’d say cover artist Jack Binder’s version of Bulletgirl is not quite as sexy as Mac Raboy’s version…

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…

Comedy Comics

Published in January 1950 by Marvel, Comedy Comics #10 marked the conclusion of Marvel’s 1948 Comedy Comics series, which showcased its trio of leading ladies: Hedy De Vine…

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…

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…