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Thanks Marty!
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BLUE BEETLE'S I was looking for.








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IDEAL COMICS #4 (1945)




IDEAL COMICS #2 (1948)




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I remember finding this in the newsroom and thinking how
different it appeared compared to the other stacks of comics.




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I always have believed that these great painted covers were
created by the same artists that illustrated the covers of
the FAWCETT Pulps.






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Really nice animal artwork on these.







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Only one of these in the collection...from the rack at the
GREYHOUND BUS STATION in Baltimore, MD.




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Only one of these in the collection...from the rack at the
GREYHOUND BUS STATION in Baltimore, MD.




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I find it amazing that you can recall WHERE you bought these comics!!! To me that is impressive!!
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Only one of these in the collection...from the rack at the
GREYHOUND BUS STATION in Baltimore, MD.




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I find it amazing that you can recall WHERE you bought these comics!!! To me that is impressive!!


Thank you!...Moving around like I did as a kid certain memories
stayed with me like what happened on a long bus ride to a new
city.

Marty
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Printed in Canada and sold on US newsstands.







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Remembering the HARLEQUIN covers...













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Often wondered what it was that he was throwing?



"N" copy.

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Often wondered what it was that he was throwing?



"N" copy.

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Hmm, good question. I guess I always assumed it was a cloak for some reason. Maybe a blanket?

Giant Brussels Sprout?
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BLUE BEETLE'S I was looking for.







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I have never seen this one before, Marty. That is a really great cover.
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FAWCETT ONE-SHOT...




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Next two off for grading...it's present time.







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Always amazed at the detail on this cover...really stood
out on the newsstand.




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EDUCATIONAL COMICS from the rack at W.T. GRANTS in 1945.







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Another one from the box that got wet.




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From the UNION NEWS Newsstand in the Newark, NJ Train
Station.




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From the UNION NEWS Newsstand in the Newark, NJ Train
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The Shadow had some amazing covers. Anymore?
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The Shadow had some amazing covers. Anymore?


Here's a couple...







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Shipped...







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Always wondered about the RED GLOVES.




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CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT on radio was a lot different than the comic
book CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT.







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It was quite a surprise when I picked up a copy of MORE FUN #101
off the newsstand to find placed between AQUAMAN and JOHNNY QUICK
a 5-page story, the first story, of SUPERBOY. In later years I
discovered it also contained the last GA appearance of THE SPECTRE.










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Some 20+ years before THE SWAMP THING there was THE HEAP.



(From AIRBOY COMICS Vol 4 No 5 June 1947)

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@martymann Marty....your books are fantastic!! love seeing your collection!
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@martymann Marty....your books are fantastic!! love seeing your collection!


THANK YOU! I truly enjoy sharing scans of my collection with
the collecting community.

Marty
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