One of Marvel's most succesful romance titles, Love Romances includes work form the likes of Jack Kirby, Matt Baker and Jerry Robinson.
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Marvel romance comics feature some amazing covers, but this one at Heritage Auctions asks the important questions.
L.B. Cole, was a comic book artist, editor, and publisher, known for his covers that emphasised primary colours over black backgrounds.
Secret Hearts #83 published in 1962 by DC contains two "inspirations" for the work of Roy Lichtenstein, both originally from Tony Abruzzo.
Jack Kirby, Russ Heath, Matt Baker, John Romita Sr and many other familliar names contributed to flagship Marvel romance My Own Romance.
DC Comics' Falling in Love launched in 1955 into a surprisingly crowded romance comics market, but outlasted many of its rivals.
Jack Kirby provided 7 of the 8 covers for Marvel's July 1960 cover-dated releases, with his romance work sometimes overlooked by collectors.
Considered "one of the finest romance illustrators in the business" by a contemporary, Alice Kirkpatrick is an underappricated Golden Age artist.
1950's True Secrets 3 (#1) was a title debut from Marvel/Atlas at a time when romance comics dominiated their comic book line.
DC Comics' underappreciated first romance comics title included work by Matt Baker, Alex Toth, Carmine Infantino, John Romita and more.
Underappreciate artist Joe Doolin produced nearly 150 covers for Fiction House 943-1950 on titles like Fight Comics, many of them classics.
Exactly how rare is the elusive Jumbo Comics #31 featuring a great Sheena cover by Dan Zolnerowich? We dive into the data to find out.
Señorita Rio was one of the premiere spy thrillers of the Golden Age of comic books, drawn by a historically important artist Lily Renée.
Underappreciated comic book artist Maurice Whitman created dozens of covers for Fiction House during 1950-1954, most of them stand-outs.
Little-remembered artist Dan Zolnerowich contributed over 100 spectacular covers to a variety of Fiction House comic book titles.
The female heroes fighting World War II in Fight Comics from Fiction House share a historical legacy with Wonder Woman.
The 1942 debut of the Sheena series from Fiction House features a cover by underappreciated Golden Age artist Dan Zolnerowich.
Fiction House star artist Maurice Whitman covered Man O' Mars #1, an attempt by the publisher to survive the turmoil of the mid-1950s.
Jungle Comics, published by Fiction House from 1940 to 1954, has one of the best cover runs of the Golden Age of comic books.
The saga of Fiction House's Tiger Man in Rangers Comics took a strange turn with issue #31 of the title in 1946.
The Werewolf Hunter feature in Rangers Comics was one of Golden Age artist Lily Renée's early assignments at Fiction House.
Tiger Girl was created by artist Robert Webb and her stories ran continuously from 1944 to the end of Fiction House in 1954.
Matt Baker would draw 60 Sky Girl stories for Jumbo Comics 1944-1948, and the feature is essential to understanding his artistic evolution.
Kazanda the Wild Girl of the Lost Continent is a little-remembered comic book saga that ran in the U.S. in Rangers Comics #23-28.
Kaänga was a Tarzan-alike character who starred in the Golden Age anthology comic series Jungle Comics, published by Fiction House from 1941.
Señorita Rio was both one of the first female and one of the first Latina characters in American comics, published by Fiction House in 1942.
Fiction House's Fight Comics #49 from 1947 saw the character Tiger Girl take over the covers of the series.
Jungle Comics is one of the most fun golden age books to collect, with Kaänga facing the King Serpent in this issue from Fiction House.
Jungle Comics #2 features the first appearance of Fantomah, a significant early female superhero from the Golden Age of comic books.
Sheena didn't always wear her now-iconic plunging neckline leopard skin outfit, and the story of Jumbo Comics #10 explains how she got it.