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I believe it's the ONLY graded copy on the CGC Census.

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It may will be. I never look too much at the census. I used to but don'tmuch anymore. I find them not to accurate based on what has happenedwith books like Hulk 181 and others.
Anyhow glad to see.your copy out there.
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I believe it's the ONLY graded copy on the CGC Census.

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I don't think anyones ever noted that Captain Easy #13 has topless women panels in it.


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@Badger - I did notice the Alex Schomberg cover (signed Xela). The books supposedly reprint comic strips, so I guess the topless panels were first printed in newspapers? I know you would not have any guys in white sheets and hoods in any comic today, which is understandable. Nor depict natives in unflattering ways.
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@Badger - I did notice the Alex Schomberg cover (signed Xela). The books supposedly reprint comic strips, so I guess the topless panels were first printed in newspapers? I know you would not have any guys in white sheets and hoods in any comic today, which is understandable. Nor depict natives in unflattering ways.
I know some of them were strip reprints but topless women in comic strips in the forties, I would think, would be a no-no. Still, the way the pages are laid out it does look like comic strips in sequence. Hmmm
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@Badger - I did notice the Alex Schomberg cover (signed Xela). The books supposedly reprint comic strips, so I guess the topless panels were first printed in newspapers? I know you would not have any guys in white sheets and hoods in any comic today, which is understandable. Nor depict natives in unflattering ways.
I picked it up because of the Xela cover; it is one that flies under the radar and I was able to get it for under $30 of eBay bucks. Once you start looking at them, there are at least a few Schomburg covers in the Captain Easy run. The blonde on the cover of the #10 I posted has the feel if Schomburg was copying someone else's character style. 17 is obviously Schomburg even though it does not have signature.
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Random book I bought a while back.


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TEC 142 1948 2nd riddler cover


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This might be a good one to have graded.




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I seem to have a green banner theme going on, so continuing in that spirit...


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TEC 73 1943 1st and only golden age scarecrow cover


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The first PEP (Jan. 1940, cover by Irv Novick)...


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