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Sunday, 15 December 2019

Pictorial Love Stories (#22 - #26) 1949 - 1950 Complete Series [Charlton Comics Collection]


Charlton, 1949 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
Publication Dates:
October 1949 - July 1950
Number of Issues Published:  5 (#22 - #26)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US
Paper Stock: Newsprint
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing
Pages: 36  Indicia Frequency: bimonthly

Tracking:
Numbering continues from Tim McCoy (Charlton, 1948 series) #21

Authors

Script: ?

Pencils & Inks: 
Fred Bell, Henry C. Kiefer, Bill Allison, Bob Robison ?, Eleanore Claire, Don Ornitz, Art Gates ?,

Colors:   Don Ornitz,
Letters:  ?

 



























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Friday, 13 December 2019

Barney Google and Snuffy Smith (#01 - #06) 1970-1971 Complete Series [Charlton Comics Collection]


Charlton, 1970 Series
Published in English (United States) United States

Publication Dates:
March 1970 - January 1971
Number of Issues Published:
6 (#01 - #06)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US
Paper Stock: Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing
Publication Type: magazine
 Pages 36     Indicia Frequency:   bimonthly

authors:
covers:
Pencils & Inks:
Fred Lasswell (signed)
Colors: ?

Comic stories:
Script, Pencils, Inks, Colors & Letters: ?






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Wednesday, 11 December 2019

Buck Ryan 22 - War Correspondent (1944-1945) Don Freeman - Jack Monk



This story ran from October  1944. 

By Don Freeman & Jack Monk  (all in glorious b&w)

The Daily Planet editor asks Buck to take overa 
war correpondants 

1944-1945

88pages

A  Wiseman/pawn broon presentation

Monday, 9 December 2019

Roy Rogers (Dell Four Color Comics) 14 issues (Complete Series)



Roy Rogers (born Leonard Franklin Slye; November 5, 1911 – July 6, 1998) was an American singer and cowboy actor who was one of the most popular Western stars of his era. 
Known as the “King of the Cowboys”, he appeared in over 100 films and numerous radio and television episodes of The Roy Rogers Show


In many of his films and television episodes, he appeared with his wife Dale Evans,
 his golden palomino Trigger, and his German Shepherd dog Bullet. 
His show ran on radio for nine years before moving to television from 1951 through 1957. 
His productions usually featured a sidekick, often Pat Brady, Andy Devine, 
or George “Gabby” Hayes. 
In his later years, Rogers lent his name to the Roy Rogers Restaurants franchised chain.



Authors:

Script:
Gaylord Du Bois

Pencils & Inks: 
Burris Jenkins, Albert Micale; Irwin Myers ?, Albert Micale, Erwin Hess ?; Dan Spiegle ?,

Colors & Letters:  ?




 Roy Rogers Comics  from Dell Four Color

fcc 38,63,86,95,109,117,124,  137,144,153,160,166,177,329










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Saturday, 7 December 2019

Comics Revue (#01 - #05) 1947 - 1948 St. John [Complete Series]


 1947 Series
Published in English (United States) United States

Publication Dates:
June 1947 - January 1948
Number of Issues Published:
5 (#01 - #05)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Golden Age US
Paper Stock: glossy cover; newsprint interior
Binding: saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Pages: 36    Indicia Frequency: Monthly

Authors: 

 Script:  ?
Pencils & Inks:
Charlie Plumb, Al Plastino ?, Bernard Dibble, Charles Plumb,  Gus Arriola
Colors  ?
 Letters;  ?



TITLES:

         Comics Revue 1 - Ella Cinders by  Charlie Plumb
  Comics Revue 2 - Hap Hopper by  Al Plastino ?
    Comics Revue 3 - Iron Vic         by  Bernard Dibble
    Comics Revue 4 - Ella Cinders  by  Charlie Plumb
Comics Revue 5 - Gordo        by  Gus Arriola












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Thursday, 5 December 2019

The Last Days of Pompeii - Zorad [One shot]


The Last Days of Pompeii 
Year: 1984
Original title: Pompei Utolsó Napjai
Pages: 50
Country: Hungary
Language: English scanlation
Genre: Classic, Romantic, History, Adaptation

Written by: Ernő Zórád
Drawn by: Ernő Zórád

Synopsis:

Ernő Zórád's comic book adaptation of the Classic book.

The Last Days of Pompeii is a novel written by the baron Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1834.
 The novel was inspired by the painting The Last Day of Pompeii by the Russian painterKarl Briullov, which Bulwer-Lytton had seen in Milan.
Once a very widely read book and now relatively neglected, it culminates in the cataclysmic destruction of the city ofPompeii by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.




The novel uses its characters to contrast the decadent culture of 1st-century Rome with both older cultures and coming trends. The protagonist, Glaucus, represents the Greeks who have been subordinated by Rome, and his nemesis Arbaces the still older culture of Egypt. 
Olinthus is the chief representative of the nascent Christian religion, which is presented favorably but not uncritically. 
The Witch of Vesuvius, though she has no supernatural powers, shows Bulwer-Lytton's interest in the occult - a theme which would emerge in his later writing, particularly The Coming Race.

Special Thank you to Mr. X for his work on proof-reading this title!


 




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Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Startling Comics #v01#01 – #53 (1940 – 1948 ) Standard - Complete Series





Pines, 1940 Series
Publication Dates: June 1940 – September 1948
Number of Issues Published: 53 (#v01#01 – #53)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Golden Age US
Paper Stock: glossy cover; newsprint interior
Binding: saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Pages: 68    Indicia Frequency: Monthly


Authors:

Script:
Will Garth, Donald Bayne Hobart, 
Pencils:
Kin Platt, Leo Morey, Leonard Sansone, John Daly, Raymond Thayer [as Ray Thayer]
Jack Lehti, Max Plaisted, August Froehlich ?, 
Inks:
Kin Platt, Leo Morey, Leonard Sansone, John Daly, Raymond Thayer [as Ray Thayer]
Jack Lehti, Max Plaisted, August Froehlich ?, 
Colors: Will Garth, Donald Bayne Hobart, 
Letters : typeset, Donald Bayne Hobart, 


Information thanks to the Grand Comic Database

Some of the characters :
Captain Future

Name Captain Future (Man of Tomorrow)

A.K.A. Major Mars
Secret ID. Andrew Bryant
Type Costumed Hero
Affiliation/Team Grag (robot)
1st Appearance Startling Comics #1
Year 1940
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA


Fighting Yank
Name:   The  Fighting Yank 

A.K.A. n/a
Secret ID. Bruce Carter III
Type Costumed Hero
Affiliation/Team Joan Farwell (Fiancee)
1st Appearance Startling Comics #10
Year 1941
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA


Four Comrades
Name :  The   Four Comrades

A.K.A. n/a
Secret ID. Pudge / Buzz / Tip / Tommy
Type Costumed Team
Affiliation/Team Four Comrades
1st Appearance Startling Comics #16
Year 1941
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA

Four kids—Pudge, Buzz, Tip, and Tommy—
dress up as superheroes and fight crime. They have no powers.
Mystico the Wonderman
Name: Mystico the Wonder Man

A.K.A. n/a
Secret ID. None
Type Magician
Affiliation/Team None
1st Appearance Startling Comics #1
Year 1940
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA

The Oracle
Name : The Oracle
A.K.A. n/aSecret ID. Bob Paxton

Type Non Costumed Hero
Affiliation/Team Lana Owens
1st Appearance Startling Comics #20
Year 1943
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA


Pyroman
Name 

A.K.A. n/a
Secret ID. Dick Martin
Type Costumed Hero
Affiliation/Team None
1st Appearance Startling Comics #18
Year 1942
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA


Tygra    
Name Tygra

A.K.A. n/a       
Secret ID. Lynn Thomas
Type Jungle Heroine

Affiliation/Team None
1st Appearance Startling Comics #45
Year 1947
Publisher Nedor/Better/ Standard Comics
Country of origin USA


Character Information and pictures thanks to the Golden Age Hero Directory











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