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1st 10 issues, plus dupes, of Dell Turok including different price "variant".





























Mad respect for anyone that has the patience and time to build that run of books..superb collection โ€ฆ.one Honker monger to another!
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@50AE_DE Turok, Son of Stone! OUTSTANDING looking Dell's! He looks pretty casual against that Dinosaur of the deep. Just another day at the office for Turok.


You would think by the time they did that run of books it would have been common understanding that marine reptiles were not dinosaurs, but close cousins....I love those old Turoks for all the vintage misconceptions they used regardless.
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Amazing collection of fourth world materials....I assume you omitted the ending, written by Kirby in Hunger dogs out of space constraints...it was far better than the ending DC itself wrote in Adventure comics 459-460, although they refused to allow Kirby to kill off Darkseid due to their plans for the upcoming Super Powers series.

Your Olsens lack the remaining ends of the storyline, in issue 152 which wasn't done by Kirby but does continue his story.
I also noticed the Lois Lanes are not pictured, although also not Kirby, they were pertinent to the story as well. Aside from the cover of Lois Lane is an epic bondage cover.It is sad this story and world were never allowed to continue and build as Kirby envisioned it....so many epic characters and themes.
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Your Olsens lack the remaining ends of the storyline, in issue 152 which wasn't done by Kirby but does continue his story.
I also noticed the Lois Lanes are not pictured, although also not Kirby, they were pertinent to the story as well. Aside from the cover of Lois Lane is an epic bondage cover.It is sad this story and world were never allowed to continue and build as Kirby envisioned it....so many epic characters and themes.


What are the Lois Lane issues that are pertinent to this Saga? Interested in knowing.
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Just dug these out, so quick pics before I put them on the bay 1-38







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Beautiful, but I've gotta ask about the two(!) covers with Don Rickles on them.

Was Kirby a friend of his or something? It seems really random.
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Your Olsens lack the remaining ends of the storyline, in issue 152 which wasn't done by Kirby but does continue his story.
I also noticed the Lois Lanes are not pictured, although also not Kirby, they were pertinent to the story as well. Aside from the cover of Lois Lane is an epic bondage cover.It is sad this story and world were never allowed to continue and build as Kirby envisioned it....so many epic characters and themes.


What are the Lois Lane issues that are pertinent to this Saga? Interested in knowing.

Its been more than a few years since I read it all through end to end, but I can somewhat point you in the correct direction, although you would have to get them and run them to see if I got it right...
I can tell you with certainty that issue 111 has the cover with Lois being tied down by miniature versions of the Justice League is likely the beginning...those miniature versions were created in a DNA factory that apparently belongs to Darkseid..if I remember right

I dont remember a connection in issues 112, and 113, or 114 but in 115 the Thorn story has a plot Device called KARL that was stolen from Intergang and utilizes new gods technology...
Issue 116 Desaad kidnaps Lois and Dave Stevens,and lures Superman to happyland, an amusement park where he tries to use "the science of apokolips" against the man of steel...

So Issues 111-116, minus a few all in some way tie in or reference the fourth world storyline that was being done alongside them


Edit...found this, does a nice job of laying it out as well

https://ripjaggerdojo.blogspot.com/2013/03/lois-lanes-fourth-world.html
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@GAC

Beautiful, but I've gotta ask about the two(!) covers with Don Rickles on them.

Was Kirby a friend of his or something? It seems really random.
Gac might have another spin or more to add but some of it I can tell you โ€ฆ

https://www.vulture.com/2017/04/that-time-don-rickles-met-superman-in-a-jack-kirby-comic.html
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Nice posts GAC...always love a discussion about New gods and the fourth world trilogy...they are central to my collection and the set of books I wont ever let go..they will have to pry that box from my cold dead fingers first
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Here are the rest of the Turoks.















































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#31 - 70


































































































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@50AE_DE very impressive ๐Ÿ‘
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#71 - 125








































































































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Dang...I can't find my image of #126. I picked that issue up some time this year.
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Issues #127 - Giant Size #1




















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@50AE_DE very impressive ๐Ÿ‘


Thank you. It took a long time to build. Finding those 15ยข editions for #8-12 was tough. The next goal is to collect the Whitman editions for the later issues.
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@50AE_DE very impressive ๐Ÿ‘


Thank you. It took a long time to build. Finding those 15ยข editions for #8-12 was tough. The next goal is to collect the Whitman editions for the later issues.

Thanks. I stopped with the Dells, but after seeing all those Gold Keys time to keep going.
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The 1986 Man of Steel was a great mini-series from John Byrne. I own a set myself. Lets get a closer look at it.

There was there Direct Edition Variant #1






The Six Issue Set






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Continuing with the Full Cap Run
















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Here are the rest of the Turoks.






that collection is a work of art, congratulations ...I know the struggle myself
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