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U.S.A. Comics is an odd book, ...mainly because I only seem to have odd numbered copies in my collection! Someday, I'll have to remedy that, but for now, what you see is what I got!

Here's the first issue in grade, Rockford pedigree, with a classic Jack Kirby cover...



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My second issue in this series is U.S.A. #3, this time with a Joe Simon cover...



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My last U.S.A. Comics Is #5, featuring the Victory Boys spinning the Axis on it's hub, cover by Al Gabrielle...



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All Winners #10 with all the Schomburg mayhem a cover can hold, and those magenta artillery pieces can be quite intimidating...



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Schomburg double-header for Harvey (9.4 Church pedigree, less than 10 copies in CGC census, White PQ)...




Next issue more Schomburg mayhem (8.5 CGC, OW/W)...



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Alas, the second book arrived with CGC Newton Rings (CGC should trademark that blotchy oil slick look, it's really quite unique), so it will eventually end up regarded and in a CBCS slab.


I just receive a 9 book submission with 0 Newton Rings. I believe the problem may have been solved. I still have a few books there in waiting so I will see if this holds up when those other submissions arrive.

Although that doesn't fix the 30-40 slabs from previous subs. Ufff
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Got this back today after quickstream. Ta-da here it is.
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I feel inspired by Marty's Sub-Mariner to post more Schomburg covers...



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My favorite Schomburg cover.



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Overstreet lists this issue as "Classic Schomburg hooded bondage
cover"...I always look at it as a Halloween cover.



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Overstreet lists this issue as "Classic Schomburg hooded bondage
cover"...I always look at it as a Halloween cover.


I'm not sure I'd want to go trick or treating in Marty's neighborhood. It seems the adults get dressed up and fight after they tie up the kids.
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Halloween is near after all. Tough black covered file copy of a giant.
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Overstreet lists this issue as "Classic Schomburg hooded bondage
cover"...I always look at it as a Halloween cover.


I'm not sure I'd want to go trick or treating in Marty's neighborhood. It seems the adults get dressed up and fight after they tie up the kids.


"...Newark in the 1940's!"

Marty
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Overstreet lists this issue as "Classic Schomburg hooded bondage
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If that Thrilling had a Dec. cover date, I think I'd join your observation, but the street date was Dec. 14, 1945. So, I'm not feelin' Halloween here. Besides, those green candles just scream Xmas cover.
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Here's my all time favorite hooded menace Schomburg cover. It's a thinly veiled pre-war cover, but has bondaged babe in jeopardy, expressive subterranean ghouls and an acid bath for good measure. Toss in the Human Torch burning through a heavily barred barrier and it's a stunner. I'd been hunting for Marvel Mystery #28 in-grade for years and finally acquired one through the assistance of the late John Verzyl over a year ago...




Note: this beauty had a street release date of Dec. 16, 1941.
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Here's another great Subby, this one with a Syd Shores cover of a bondaged babe in hot water, or rather, water filled with hot lead (CGC 9.4 OW)...



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Finishing out the Subbies with three more dazzlers, the first two with green banner Alex Schomburg covers...




This is an 8.5 (Universal grade, OW) Timely File Copy.
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More Schomburg mayhem, with trained sharks, no less!




Lloyd Jacquet File Copy, 8.5 universal (Cream/OW)
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The third with a Syd Shores cover...




9.6 CBCS universal, White PQ
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So as you may know Three Stooges comics are tough to find in high grade. I already have a number #1 & 3 in 8.5 and own a #2. There are plenty of #2's put there but all
VG-ish. It's even harder to find them with glasses attached and in nice condition.
Well I finally found a nice copy of #2 with glasses attached to go with the 1 and 3. I'll send it in soon for grading.
Here they are in order.


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The "ATOMIC AGE"...both February 1946



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