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Friday, 14 December 2018

Dell Movie Classic Collection. Third delivery



Movie Classic   (1962)

Publisher: Dell

Publication Date: May/Jul 1962 - 1970

Country: United States

Language: English 


This is a somewhat "invented" title. In truth, each issue was published as a one shot, and came out roughly when the movie of the same name did. Despite the fact that these are essentially one-shots, convention amongst those who collect these issues is that they're all generally grouped together under the only words that appeared on the cover of all issues, Movie Classic. This "title" is consistently seen across a wide variety of referential and common usages, including The Overstreet Price Guide, the Michigan State University comic library, auction listings, specialized fan sites, and many comic review sites.
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  TITLES:

Sons of Katie Elder
Spartacus 
Swiss Family Robinson
Ten Who Dared 
The 3 Worlds of Gulliver
The Big Circus.cbz
The Boy and the Pirates
The Castilian
The Cat
The Creature 01
The Dirty Dozen 
The FBI Story
The Great Locomotive Chase
The Great Race
The Hallelujah Trail
The Horse Soldiers
The Horsemasters
The Incredible Mr Limpet
The Lost World
The Magic Sword







Links: Third delivery 20 issues⇲⇲

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

The Beano - 8 December 2018


Publisher:  D. C. Thomson & Co.
Schedule:   Weekly
Format: Ongoing
Genre:  Anthology
Children's humour
Publication date 30 July 1938 to present
No. of issues 3949 (as of 22 August 2018)

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Issue published on  December 8, 2018.
 36 pages issue.






Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Dell Movie Classic Collection. Second delivery



Movie Classic   (1962)

Publisher: Dell

Publication Date: May/Jul 1962 - 1970

Country: United States

Language: English 


This is a somewhat "invented" title. In truth, each issue was published as a one shot, and came out roughly when the movie of the same name did. Despite the fact that these are essentially one-shots, convention amongst those who collect these issues is that they're all generally grouped together under the only words that appeared on the cover of all issues, Movie Classic. This "title" is consistently seen across a wide variety of referential and common usages, including The Overstreet Price Guide, the Michigan State University comic library, auction listings, specialized fan sites, and many comic review sites.
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  TITLES:

I Aim at the Stars
Ivanhoe
Jack The Giant Killer 
Jason and the Argonauts
Lancelot and Guinevere 
Lawrence 
Lion of Sparta
McHale's Navy
Merrills Marauders
Mouse on the Moon
None But The Brave 
Operation Bikini 
Operation Crossbow
Pollyanna
Quentin Durward 
Ring of Bright Water 
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Ski Party 
Solomon and Sheba






 



















Links: Second delivery 20 issues⇲⇲

Sunday, 9 December 2018

Doctor Graves #73-#75 (1985) Complete Series [Charlton Comics Collection 49]


1985 Series
Publisher: Charlton
Publication Dates: September 1985 – January 1986
Number of Issues Published: 3 (#73 – #75)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Modern Age US
Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing
Publication Type: magazine
Pages 36      Indicia frequency: bimonthly

Authors: 
Script
Steve Skeates,Dave Kaler ?, Joe Gill,   
Pencils
Steve Ditko, Tom Christopher (signed), Ernie Bache, Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio,
Don Perlin, Pat Boyette
Inks
Steve Ditko, Tom Christopher (signed), Ernie Bache, Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio,
Don Perlin, Pat Boyette, 
Colors
Wendy Fiore
Letters
Don Perlin ?, Jon D'Agostino ?, Pat Boyette, 
Information thanks to the Grand Comic Database






















Links: Doctor Graves  #73-#75⇲⇲

Friday, 7 December 2018

Valiant Annual #1964 - #1984 - IPC Magazines (Complete series)

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Valiant Annual
IPC, 1963 Series
Published in English, United Kingdom

Publication Dates:
1963 - 1983
Number of Issues Published:
21 (#1964 - #1984)
Color:
Colour cover; Black and white with some colouring interior
Dimensions:
7.5 " x 11 "
Binding:
Hardcover
Publishing Format:
Was ongoing
Series Details:
Cover Gallery   Details by Issue   Series Timeline
Publisher's Brands:
A Fleetway Annual (2 issues)
without publisher's brand information (19 issues)
Indicia Publishers:
IPC Magazines Ltd. (21 issues)
Pages: 160     Indicia frecuency: Annual

Authors: 

Script:
Barry Pine?, Fred Baker, Reg Wootton, Tom Tully ?, Nobby Clark

Pencils: 
Nadal, Doug Maxted, Eric Bradbury, Reg Wootton, Charles Roylance?, Mike Western, 
Francisco Solano López ?, Jesús Blasco, Reg Parlett


Inks:
Nadal, Doug Maxted, Eric Bradbury, Mike Western,
Reg Wootton, Charles Roylance?, 
Francisco Solano López ?, Reg Parlett, Jesús Blasco

Colors: Reg Wootton

Letters: Reg Wootton

 





Thursday, 6 December 2018

The Beano - 17 November 2018


Publisher:  D. C. Thomson & Co.
Schedule:   Weekly
Format: Ongoing
Genre:  Anthology
Children's humour
Publication date 30 July 1938 to present
No. of issues 3949 (as of 22 August 2018)

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 Issue published on  November 17, 2018.
 36 pages issue.



Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves #01-#72 (1967) Complete Series [Charlton Comics Collection 48]

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1967 Series
Publisher: Charlton
Publication Dates: May 1967 – May 1982
Number of Issues Published: 72 (#1 – #72)
Color: Color
Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US
Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing
Publication Type: magazine


Publishing hiatus between #60 (January 1977) and #61 (August 1977).
Publishing hiatus between #65 (May 1978) and #66 (May 1981)

Pages 36 Indicia frequency bimonthly

Authors: 

Script
Steve Skeates, Dick Giordano, Joe Gill ?, Tom Sutton (signed), Steve Morisi, 

Pencils
Steve Ditko (signed), Tony Tallarico, Sanho Kim (signed), 
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed), Pat Boyette (signed), Bill Montes (signed),  Bill Ely, 
Charles Nicholas (signed), Murray Postell (signed), Fred Himes, 
Rudi Palais (signed), Bill Fraccio [as Tony Williamsune], Pete Morisi [as PAM], 

Inks
Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio (signed), Pat Boyette (signed), Vince Alascia (signed), 
Ernie Bache (signed), Pat Boyette (signed), Bill Ely, Tony Tallarico, Sanho Kim (signed), 
Murray Postell (signed), Tony Tallarico [as Tony Williamsune], 
Fred Himes, Rudi Palais (signed), 

Colors
?
Letters
Jon D'Agostino, Pat Boyette, Pete Morisi, Fred Himes, 


Information thanks to the Grand Comic Database
The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves was an American supernatural-anthology comic book published by Charlton Comics and best known as a showcase for the popular writer-artist Steve Ditko. The eponymous Dr. M. T. Graves was a fictional character who hosted the stories in each issue of this title, and very occasionally took part in a tale.
Sister titles, with many of the same creators, particularly Ditko, were the 
 anthologies Ghost Manor (with host Mr. Bones) and its successor, Ghostly Haunts (with Winnie the Witch); Ghostly Tales (with Mr. Dedd); and Haunted (with Impy and then Baron Weirwulf).

The series won the 1967 Alley Award for Best Fantasy/SF/Supernatural Title.
Following his introduction as Dr. M. T. Graves in Charlton Comics’ Ghostly Tales #55 (cover-dated May 1966) in the three-page story “The Ghost Fighter” by writer-artist Ernie Bache, the character went on to host his own anthology title, The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves. The series ran 72 issues (May 1967 – May 1982), generally published bimonthly. Following issue #60 (Jan. 1977), the title went on hiatus for seven months until issue #61 (Aug. 1977) before being canceled with #65 (May 1978). Charlton revived the title three years later with #66 (May 1981) before canceling it once more six issues later.
Three additional issues consisting solely of reprints, and titled simply Dr. Graves, were published as issues #73-75 (Sept. 1985 – Jan. 1986).
Among the artists whose work appeared were Steve Ditko, following his falling-out with Marvel Comics; newcomer Jim Aparo, later to be one of Batman’s signature artists; regular Charlton talents including Vince Alascia, Pat Boyette, Pete Morisi, Rocke Mastroserio, and Charles Nicholas; and such others as Rich Larson, Don Newton and Tom Sutton. The cover of issue #54 (Dec. 1975) marks one of the earliest professional works of future industry star John Byrne.
Writers on the title included Ditko, Steve Skeates, Mike Pellowski, and the prolific, generally uncredited staff writer Joe Gill.
The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves won the 1967 Alley Award for Best Fantasy/SF/Supernatural Title.
Information thanks to the https://horrorandmysterycomics.wordpress.com
 

Links:  Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves #01-#72⇲⇲
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