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Sunday, 16 June 2019

Buck Ryan 04 - Meet Dr Malabar (1938). Don Freeman - Jack Monk



The 4th. Buck Ryan serial, from 1938. Fast action all the way. 

By Don Freeman & Jack Monk 

89 pages

All thanks to paulSB8787 who collected the strips from old newspapers.






Link: #04⇲⇲

Thursday, 13 June 2019

Hi-School Romance (#01–#63, #65-#66, #68-#75) 1949–1958. Harvey


Publisher : Harvey
Publication Dates: October 1949 – November 1958
Number of Issues Published: 75 (#01 – #75)
Color: color
Dimensions: standard Golden Age US, later issues standard Silver Age US
Paper Stock: glossy cover; newsprint interior
Binding: saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: was ongoing series
Pages:  36    Indicia Frequency: Every other month


Authors:

Script
Leon Harvey
Pencils
Various, Tom Gill, John Sink, Bill Draut, 
Bob Powell, Al Avison, Joe Simon ?, 
Inks
Various, Tom Gill, Al Avison,John Sink, Bill Draut, 
Bob Powell, Joe Simon ?, 
Colors
?
Letters
typeset, Sam Rosen, 





























Links  (#01–#63, #65-#66, #68-#75) ⇲⇲
Numbers 64 and 67 are still missing

Monday, 10 June 2019

Buck Ryan 03 - The Dope Gang (1937-1938). Don Freeman - Jack Monk



This is the 3rd. Ryan story from end '37 - Feb. '38. 10 of the 102 strips are missing. 
Intro and finale are present and the action sequences are either complete or can be followed with the help of the top of the page summaries.
The train sequence is excellent. There was no title for this story, so we've created one hopefully suitable for the story.

93 pages.

All thanks to paulSB8787 who supplied the strips, and without whom we'd never have
enjoyed some great entertainment.




Link: #03⇲⇲

Friday, 7 June 2019

Buck Ryan 02 - The Hooded Terror (1937). Don Freeman - Jack Monk



This is an incomplete compilation of the 2nd. Ryan strip from 1937. 
Missing around 6 strips, the start and final sections are, fortunately, all there. 
This one has the lot and goes like the clappers.

65 pages

 All thanks to paulSB8787 
who supplied the strips, and without whom we'd never have enjoyed 
some great entertainment.

https://comicbookplus.com





Link: #02⇲⇲

Monday, 3 June 2019

Four Color Dell 1942-1962 [#0501-#0550]















 

Four Color

Dell, 1942 Series
Published in English (United States) United States

Publication Dates:
    1942 - April-June 1962 
Number of Issues Published:
    1331 (#1 - Little Joe - #1354 - Calvin and the Colonel) 
Color:  Color 
Dimensions:
    Standard Golden Age U.S.; Standard Silver Age U.S. 
Paper Stock:    Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior 
Binding:    Saddle-stitched 
Publishing Format:   Was Ongoing Series 
Publication Type:   magazine 
Pages  68  Indicia frequency  ?

More information HERE



















Four Color  Dell  [#0501-#0550] 1953-1954

TITLES:

Four Color 0501 Francis the Famous Talking Mule
Four Color 0502 Rootie Kazootie
Four Color 0503 Uncle Wiggily
Four Color 0504 Krazy Kat
Four color 0505 The Sword and the Rose
Four color 0506 The Little Scouts
Four Color 0507 Oswald the Rabbit
Four Color 0508 Bozo
Four Color 0509-Pluto
Four Color 0510 Black Beauty
Four Color 0511 Zane Grey's Outlaw Trail (The Border legion)
Four color 0512 Flash Gordon
Four color 0513 Ben Bowie and His Mountain Men
Four color 0514 Frosty the Snowman
Four color 0515 Andy Hardy
Four color 0516 Double Trouble with Goober
Four color 0517 Chip 'N' Dale
Four color 0518 Rivets
Four color 0519 Steve Canyon
Four Color 0520 Wild Bill Elliott
Four color 0521 Beetle Bailey
Four color 0522 The Brownies
Four color 0523 Rin-Tin-Tin
Four color 0524 Tweety and Sylvester
Four Color 0525 Santa Claus Funnies
Four color 0526 Napoleon
Four color 0527 Charlie McCarthy
Four color 0528 Dale Evans
Four Color 0529-Little Beaver
Four Color 0530 Bob Clampett's Beany And Cecil
Four color 0531 Duck Album
Four color 0532 Zane Grey's the Rustlers
Four color 0533 Raggedy Ann + Andy
Four color 0534 Western Marshal
Four Color 0535 I Love Lucy
Four Color 0536 Daffy
Four Color 0537 Walt Disney's Stormy plus Pluto
Four color 0538 The Mask of Zorro
Four color 0539 Ben and Me
Four Color 0540 Knights of The Round Tablel
Four color 0541 Jhonny Mack Brown
Four color 0542 Super Circus
Four color 0543 Uncle Wiggily
Four color 0544 Rob Roy
Four Color 0545 Wonderful Adventures of Pinocchio
Four color 0546 Buck Jones
Four color 0547 Francis
Four color 0548 KrazyKat
Four Color 0549 Oswald the Rabbit
Four color 0550 Little Scouts







 


Links: #0501-#0550⇲⇲

Friday, 31 May 2019

Buck Ryan 01 A Lady Disappears (1937). Don Freeman - Jack Monk


Buck Ryan was a UK newspaper adventure comic strip created by Jack Monk 
and the writer Don Freeman.
It ran in the Daily Mirror from 22 March 1937 to July 1962.
Buck Ryan, the strip's main character, is a young British private investigator
 who fights crime.
 His opponents include the lady crime boss
 'Twilight' along with various kidnappers and German spies.

22 pages





Link: #01⇲⇲

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

The Spirit (#01 - #05) 1952 - 1954 Complete Series [Fiction House Comics Collection 15]


Fiction House, 1952 Series
Published in English (United States)  United States

Publication Dates:  Spring 1952 - 1954
Number of Issues Published:  5 (#1 - #5)
Color:   Color
Dimensions:   Standard Golden Age U.S.
Paper Stock:   Glossy cover; Newsprint interior
Binding:   Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format:   Was Ongoing Series
Publication Type:  magazine
Pages 36    Indicia ?

Notes:
Original index for this series was created from the indexing work of Henry Steele.

Authors: 

Script
Jules Feiffer [as Will Eisner]
Pencils
Jim Dixon [as Will Eisner], Eisner Shop
Inks
Jim Dixon [as Will Eisner], Eisner Shop
Colors
Chris Christiansen?
Letters
Sam Schwartz?









Link: The Spirit (#01 - #05) ⇲⇲
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