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@shrewbeer Always thought this was a great cover plus the 15-page
MR. ATOM story was to me one of the best in the series.




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That is an interesting cover. Kind of rare for the hero's face to not be shown and to have the action going away from the viewer. Love the robot!
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Always thought this cover was a real attention grabber on the newsstand.




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Wow! Amazing cover that I had never seen before! Thanks, Marty!
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This issue from July 1944 has received a lot of exposure over
the years.




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December 1949 the last issue of CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES
I ever bought.




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You got your dimes worth with THE MARVEL FAMILY...a CAPTAIN MARVEL
story, a CAPTAIN MARVEL, JR. story, a MARY MARVEL story and a story
featuring all three together.




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Round out the "Family" before moving on.







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These FOUR COLOR COMICS were always a pleasure to find...
and they seem to hold up condition wise over the years.




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The character on the cover of this "One Shot" does not appear
inside the comic...was never able to spot him in any other comic
book.




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The character on the cover of this "One Shot" does not appear
inside the comic...was never able to spot him in any other comic
book.




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Curious as to the story of this character. Looks familiar but I'm so overdosed on hundreds of various superhero characters I have trouble recognizing more common ones sometimes. Btw Happy Birthday Marty!!!! Do something fun today!!!!😎
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@martymann - Happy Birthday, Marty - hope you are enjoying your day with friends and family.
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After checking out the "Comic Book Numbers Game" thread,
I went through my GA collection to see what the Highest
Number Comic Book I had...FLASH GORDON #247...the last FOUR-
COLOR in my collection.




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While this issue of LIBERTY COMICS contains 3 HANGMAN stories plus
2 BOY BUDDIES stories...I was never quite sure who was depicted on
the cover.




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As a kid, not knowing about "one-shots", it was frustrating to
search the newsstands for issue #2...and never finding them.




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Other than early ALL STARS this was my first WONDER WOMAN comic.
Always loved the big ALL-AMERICAN logo.




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These FOUR COLOR COMICS were always a pleasure to find...
and they seem to hold up condition wise over the years.




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Your Four Colors seem in great condition! Always a pleasure to see your new uploads.
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Always enjoyed finding these "Rogues Gallery" type covers on the
newsstand.




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Love, love, love this cover! I loved the fact that you bought such a varied selection of books, Marty!
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Another One-Shot...




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Contains the very interesting reprinted strip "Calling All Cars" with
Sandy Kean and the RADIO-SQUAD.




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Not too sure you'd find this on display today.




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You wouldn't
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One of my favorite books content-wise, contains SIMON & KIRBY'S
DUKE OF BROADWAY "ATOM BOMB STORY".





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One of my favorite books content-wise, contains SIMON & KIRBY'S
DUKE OF BROADWAY "ATOM BOMB STORY".





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Wonder if this Black Cat is the same character in the Spiderman comics. This may be an older different version, possibly public domain.
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Always got your dimes worth with SHADOW COMICS...The SHADOW,
NICK CARTER and DOC SAVAGE.







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Even this DAISY HANDBOOK had a CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURE.




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CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT on the Radio and CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT in the comics
were not quite the same but I enjoyed them both.







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JACK ARMSTRONG was such a popular radio program it was a pleasure
to find this on the newsstand.






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JOKER covers were always fun to find and appear to still be
popular with collectors.




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January 1946 issue...




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Collector martymann private msg quote post Address this user
Just a good series of newspaper reprints that I didn't follow daily.




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