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One of kewlest early CatMan Comics.

#2 features a superb Quinlan rooftop action cover with flawless perspective...




A favorite of mine.
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One of kewlest early CatMan Comics.

#2 features a superb Quinlan rooftop action cover with flawless perspective...




A favorite of mine.


Love it!!!
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Ya just never know what'll pop-up next in this thread.

Here's a tough Fox book I'm rather fond of...




This one has a booty kickin' Joe Simon bondage cover featuring the Blue Beetle and Kirby, Nicholas, Tuska, Briefer and Mooney interiors. That's like a trifecta of notable GA illustrators times two!
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Just picked up an issue of Witty, first I've ever had. Missing a CF, I bought it just because it was cheap and I'd never seen the title before.
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I don't have a lot of Golden Age books, but I thought this one would be appropriate here. When I was talking to Steve Borock at the Baltimore ComicCon about buying this, my daughter's eyes bugged out when I said it was a 7.0 (usually I buy in the 2.5-4.5 range). But being restored, I got a good price:


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Picked up a few books this morning.
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This is in pretty sad shape, but I'm still glad to have it.


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A few more from this morning.
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This is pretty rare. About magazine size in dimension. thin paper. I have two of these from 1939. each has a different store advertisement. I guess you could get them printed up by Disney with your store name in white box area. Don't know if any others are in really nice condition.

Here is what I found online.
Presented is this 1939 Department Store Christmas Promotional Comic Giveaway themed on Pinocchio. This book has numerous pictures that were made using posed pieces of Animation Plaster Models used by animators as they drew characters for Pinocchio. T is also a Mickey Sieberling Rubber piece in the last Christmas Tree Picture. The figures were posed against some specially prepared Studio Art Backgrounds made for this promotion.
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A terrific Cat-Man cover by LB Cole...


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