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@earthshaker01 Good question. I'm sure some examples still exist out there. Maybe sitting in some warehouse. They would bring sky high premiums for sure!
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If you go to Comic Art Fans, there are a FEW painted covers and inked pages from "Amazing Stories" and "Fantastic Adventures". there is actually a recreation of a FA cover that looks awesome!!
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@Sagii you might enjoy this pic of books I'm sending soon. All crazy higher grade obscure esoteric crap I collect. #1's, #nn's mainly like normal.
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@Sagii you might enjoy this pic of books I'm sending soon. All crazy higher grade obscure esoteric crap I collect. #1's, #nn's mainly like normal.
These are eclectic and all cool in their own way. Can't wait to see where they rank ( top of the census I'm sure 😃

The Famous Funnies is a classic, but I really dig the Cosmo Cat and Babe 😍
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HIT Comics #2...


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HIT Comics #2...


That really is a cool one Cat!
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This is one I've never seen!

Marty
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Now who can't get behind a nice comic book from the 1940s about Meat? Hilarious from open range to your oven range.
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@martymann Thanks Marty. Fox's Hero and Jungle books get all the love, but they have some overlooked very interesting Funny Animal/Humor books imho
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Now who can't get behind a nice comic book from the 1940s about Meat? Hilarious from open range to your oven range.
Every Vegan should own a copy
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@Sagii how about a little vacation from 1955 published by Coca-Cola
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Vacations are great for hanging' out, unless your hangin' from a castle parapet...


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More crappy pics of my low grade slabs.
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The Human Torch in the process of making an aerial "barrel roll"...


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I don't own a lot of Golden age...

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I always find it interesting to see a comic with Hitler in it and know that he was still alive when the comic was published.

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The cover is completely split and separated. It's brown & brittle in areas, but it's complete and cost me only $20 in about 1980.

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The was a free gift for helping a retailer buy a Golden Age collection that included Sensation #1.

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I always find it interesting to see a comic with Hitler in it and know that he was still alive when the comic was published.

This is a book that has recently come on my radar after not noticing it before. Thanks for posting, love it!
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The Human Torch in the process of making an aerial "barrel roll"...


Great Timely collection Cat man!
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I always find it interesting to see a comic with Hitler in it and know that he was still alive when the comic was published.

This is a book that has recently come on my radar after not noticing it before. Thanks for posting, love it!


For a short while, it held the title of being my oldest comic book. That was really the reason I bought it. That and curiosity about what the stories were like. Shortly afterwards, I bought the Whiz #9. Now the title goes to a Little Orphan Annie book from the late 20's.
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@X51 It's really cool!The Robot and girl in the tube don't hurt either (both collecting focus' of some golden age collectors). Keep at it. Golden age is like no other with a wide variety of genres and HTF books to keep you in the thrill of the 'hunt'.

As for my oldest book, this one gets that designation: 1937,magazine sized comic from the Jon Berk stash
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Nice!
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