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@martymann nice books. 1500 posts in your thread 👍
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@martymann nice books. 1500 posts in your thread 👍


Thank you for noticing and bring attention to post 1,500.
It's been and continues to be a fun-filled journey.

Marty
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OO (Spring 1949)

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THE SPIRIT #21...one from the remainder box.



OO (June 1950)

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Reaching back to some of my early books that are still in fairly
good condition.



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Here's another early one.



OO (June 1944)

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Kind of a classic flag cover.



OO (July 1944)

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My first FOUR COLOR...#49.



OO (July 1944)

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Reaching back to some of my early books that are still in fairly
good condition.



OO (May 1944)

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Schomburg was such an amazing artist. I love the way he could fit so much action and substance into a cover.
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Schomburg was such an amazing artist. I love the way he could fit so much action and substance into a cover.


Agreed.



OO (Winter 1944)

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My first PLASTIC MAN



OO (February 1944) (N copy)

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And, my last PLASTIC MAN #30.



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My oldest CLASSIC COMIC... from 1943.



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Never had a box of CLASSIC COMICS but I don't remember ever seeing
any other comic books packaged together like this.



OO ( Back cover of CLASSIC COMICS #16)

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My last CLASSIC COMIC.



OO (October 1946)HRN #30

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Somewhere over the years my ALL-FLASH #30 lost it's cover but the
splash page is the same as the cover.
This issue also contains a promotional page for FLASH COMICS #86
which might be our first look at THE BLACK CANARY.



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Not only is my beat up copy of ALL-FLASH #32 the last issue in
the series but it also contains the introduction of THE FIDDLER
and STAR SAPPHIRE.



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Some covers just made you buy the book. This KO KOMIC #1
was one of them. Spent a lot of time looking over the
newsstand for a number two but it never happened.



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Here are a couple you don't see too often.



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GREEN HORNET #27 from November 1945...interesting promotional ad.



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Marty, you've have got yourself a great collection. It seems immense. How do you keep track of it all? I like too many of the things you post.
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Marty, you've have got yourself a great collection. It seems immense. How do you keep track of it all? I like too many of the things you post.


Thank you so much for your very kind words. Actually, my
collection contains a little over 750 comics and after all
these years I can locate any given book in a few minutes.
Again, thanks for asking.

Marty
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A couple from the back of the box.




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Here are a couple you don't see too often.



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I was struggling to solve the puzzle on issue #2, but when I put on my reader glasses I could see that young Marty had already solved it.
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A couple more GREEN HORNET COMICS from 1945.



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SUPER RABBIT from 1945.



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PUNCH AND JUDY #4 Fall 1945



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Always enjoyed finding one of these FEATURE BOOKS on the
newsstand.



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...and one more FEATURE BOOK.



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