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Bulletman #10 (Fawcett Publications, 1942) featuring Bulletdog.
Bulletman #10, featuring the first appearance of Bulletdog, a historically significant comic book due to its introduction of what is arguably the first "superdog companion" of the Golden Age, setting the stage for the popularity of canine characters Green Lantern's Streak the Wonder Dog and Superman's Krypto.  A fascinating footnote to Golden Age comic book[...]
3 Bulletman Comics From 1942, Currently WIth $3 Bid At Auction Today
Bulletman first appeared in Nickel Comics #1, published by Fawcett Comics in 1940, created by Bill Parker and Jon Smalle At five cents, the comic book was half the price of usual comic books at the time; at thirty-two pages, it was half the length and came out twice a month rather than once It[...]
Bulletman Flies Into Action At Heritage Auctions Today
Bulletman is one of those golden age heroes that deserves a renaissance Debuting in Nickel Comics to some controversy at the time since the cost of that comic was 5 cents and 32 pages, at a time when most comics were 10 cents and 64 pages, he was one of the stars of the Fawcett[...]
Nickel Comics #5 featuring Bulletman, (Fawcett 1940).
Created by Fawcett Publications editor/writer Bill Parker and artist Jon Smalle, Bulletman debuted in the launch of the series Nickel Comics (cover-dated May 1940).  The character Jim Barr was the son of a police officer killed on the job, who wanted nothing more than to follow in his father's footsteps.  But he found he was[...]
Bulletman and Bulletgirl Return Once More: AC Comics May 2018 Solicits
This time around, Men of Mystery returns with Bulletman and Bulletgirl among many others More details below. MEN OF MYSTERY #108 AC has ranged far and wide to bring readers a refreshing "new" sampling of Golden Age heroes to chronicle in the big, 108Th issue of Men of Mystery Comics BULLETMAN was a frequent and popular feature in early[...]