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Pep Comics #41 is a noteworthy moment for Archie because it marks the real beginning of his takeover of the Pep Comics title's covers.
The Black Condor story in Crack Comics #5 from publisher Quality Comics is a spectacular example of Lou Fine at his best.
The Black Knight, a supervillain from the MLJ superhero line who debuted in Zip Comics #1 is probably the weirdest character of that name.
The character Fireball, who debuted in Pep Comics #12 cover-dated February 1941 , was MLJ's answer to Marvel/Timely's Human Torch.
Invisible Plane stories in USA Comics #3 and Sensation Comics #1 were influenced by the war-era news of the period.
TMNT #1, no not that one, the Image Comics one from the 90's, is taking bids at Heritage Auctions today as we speak.
Secret Wars continues to blow up on the aftermarket, with the debut of Julia Carpenter on auction at Heritage Auctions.
The Zip Comics #25 Steel Sterling story written by Robert Kanigher seems to have been inspired by the 1941 Yankees/Dodgers World Series.
Top-Notch Comics is a crossover saga between MLJ's the Shield and the Wizard, and represents a major turning point for the Wizard as well.
Dark Horse Comics #7 published by Dark Horse Comics in 1993 showed the soon-to-be Jedi Nomi Sunrider on its cover, defending her daughter following the
Archie was a rather startling contrast with the very serious MLJ superheroes also featured in Jackpot Comics.
MLJ's the Black Hood had a fascinating journey through the Golden Age of comic books, and Black Hood Comics was a part of it.
I am aware that many people think that Frank Miller's run on Daredevil is the bee's knees. And I get it, I really do. But, for personal choice, it's
One of the coolest zombie covers of the 80's, Deadworld #1 is taking bids at Heritage Auctions right now as we speak.
The spirit of Prince James, heir to the thrown of 18th century England, Mr. Justice was unleashed into the modern world in Blue Ribbon Comics