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This is one of my favorite Irv Novick covers. There isn't a villain anywhere in sight, but The Shield demonstrates strength and heroism nonetheless...



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I believe the cover of this book is by BERNARD BAILY...not sure.



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Not sure who did this cover.



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@martymann Great covers, Marty!

Love the symbolic "hero(es) standing over the city covers" that pop up now and then from a number of GA publishers. Here's one from Timely with Cap & Bucky...



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Only MATT BAKER cover in my collection.



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This is for all of the Flexo the Rubber Robot fans...


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@Sagii @CatmanAmerica Many birds with one stone here to like. My favorite publisher Ziff-davis, both #1's, highest graded, and above all else Church copies for your viewing pleasure.

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Federal Men by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster

This is very early National (DC) comics. Federal Men, Steve Conrad, & Sandor were in New Comics/New Adventure Comics and Slam Bradley & Bret Lawton were in Detective Comics.

Publisher: Great Consortium National Suplements, Brazil July 28, 1937


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I hope I look this good when Im 70.
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Danger awaits in the Powder Room...



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Collector martymann private msg quote post Address this user
Don't know if you'd see this on a cover today.



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Don't know if you'd see this on a cover today.



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Yea I agree, No one wears those hats today.
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@KomicKazi ..You have the most unique collection on either Board platform
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@martymann Here's your comics brother...
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Here are a few of my #1's along the same lines.






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@earthshaker01 Pre Code Guns, Gangsters and Molls..
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I've had this book for quite awhile stuck in a pile of other bagged and boarded books. Never got around to scanning or posting iPad images of it. This copy of AIRBOY #52, June '48, has a spectacular Zolnerowich cover (love the skull shaped building). It's actually the first time I've thumbed through this book since purchasing it. Wow! Great stories, bone white PQ and NM/M in appearance! Definitely need to get this in a CBCS holder soon...



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I've had this book for quite awhile stuck in a pile of other bagged and boarded books. Never got around to scanning or posted images of it. This copy of AIRBOY #52, June '48, has a spectacular Zolnerowich cover (love the skull shaped building). It's actually the first time I've thumbed through this book since purchasing it. Wow! Great stories, bone white PQ and NM/M in appearance! Definitely need to get this in a CBCS holder soon...



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Never noticed that one before! Dang cool!!!
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Here are a couple of later AIRBOY comics that are among the key issues of the run. These two issues, #57 (Dec. '48) and #58 (Jan. '49), feature the rat army invasion which, in addition to being superbly creepy, is unusual in that it's a continued story...






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This will be in a new case eventually


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@the420bandito Two of my PGX books will be too soon. Cool book!
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