Fawcett took over the romance comics business in 1949, launching an incredible nine romance titles that year including Romantic Secrets #1.
Director Orson Oblowitz (The Five Rules of Success) spoke to Bleeding Cool about his ode to cinemas in Shout! Studios Showdown at the Grand.
L.B. Cole, was a comic book artist, editor, and publisher, known for his covers that emphasised primary colours over black backgrounds.
Early 1950s Fiction House series Ghost Comics rivals even EC Comics for horror, suspense, and adult situations in the pre-Code comics era.
One of the better Sheena covers from the Fiction House run is taking bids at Heritage Auctions right now as we speak.
Blue Beetle arrives too late to save this person on the train tracks on the cover for Mystery Men Comics #14, and DC Comics hated this issue.
Blue Beetle gets one of his most heroic looking golden age covers for Mystery Men Comics #24, taking bids at Heritage Auctions.
Samson wraps up his 1940-1941 Fox Feature Syndicate series with a typically wild cover and WWII-era interior stories as well.
1954's Men's Adventures #26 from Marvel/Atlas is the debut of Kenneth Hale, who in recent years has been an Avengers associate and much more.
Ace's PCH series The Beyond #2 features a classic vampire cover from Harvey Comics legend and Richie Rich creator Warren Kremer.
Web Of Evil #20, a pre-code horror book from 1954, will remind you of another big, green atomic-inspired monster from that era.
Heritage Auctions has a copy of All American Men Of War #67 from 1959 CGC graded at 6.5 at auction, with the first appearances of Gunner and Sarge.
A pair of classic Ziff-Davis GI Joe comics are taking bids today at Heritage Auctions and feature some amazing painted covers you gotta see.
Heritage Auctions currently has a copy of All American Men Of War #39 from 1956 CGC 6.5 with bids totalling $71 under the hammer today.
A very infamous issue of Pep Comics is taking bids at Heritage Auctions featuring Archie, Jughead, Shield, Hangman and... someone else.
Crackajack Funnies #32 from 1941 features the discovery that Owl Man's partner is Owl-Girl, and it seems to stick.
Heritage Auction has a copy of Archie Comics' Black Hood #17 from 1946 up for auction with bids totalling $252 right now.
Zip Comics were the place to read all about the adventures of Steel Sterling and you can grab an early one at Heritage Auctions today.
ABCS 4.0 slabbed copy of Pep Comics #7 from 1940 featuring The Shield on the cover is up for auction from Heritage Auctions today.
Heritage Auctions is selling a couple of copies of the Daredevil comic book published by Lev Gleason back in 1944 and 1945.
A copy of All-American Comics #92 from 1947 is up for auction from Heritage Auctions, with bids currently totalling $95.
Up for auction from Heritage Auctions this weekend is Uncle Sam #3 from 1940, the last issue of the character drawn by Will Eisner before he handed it over to others.
Nyoka the Jungle Girl first appeared in the 1941 cinema serial Jungle Girl, starring Frances Gifford, then picked up in comic book stories.
Werewolf was Frank Frazetta's last comic book story, about a hunter hired by an African village to track a creature they believe to be a legendary demon,
Lady Luck punches her way into our hearts with this golden age goodness, taking bids at Heritage Auctions today.
Blackhawk is the star of the long-running war comic book series first published by Quality Comics in 1941 and later by DC Comics.
Kid Eternity first appeared in Hit Comics #25, created by Otto Binder and Sheldon Moldoff, and published by Quality Comics in 1942.
The Marvel Family takes center stage in a pretty cool Fawcett Comics bundle taking bids at Heritage Auctions today.
America's Greatest Comics #4 from 1943 is currently up for auction from Heritage Auctions at $6 with Captain Marvel, now known as Shazam.
Three issues of Bulletman #5, #6 and #9 from 1940 are up for auction from Heritage Auctions today, in rather a scrappy condition.