The cover of Thrilling Comics #4 from Standard/Better/Nedor seems to be channeling at least a couple of early issues of Action Comics on the cover, and the interior Doc Strange story has the character progressing from his Doc Savage-style origins a bit and much more towards Superman as well Featuring 68 pages of action and[...]
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Woman in Red artist co-creator George Mandel had become a novelist by the 1950s, and worked on a script draft of 1967 Bond film Casino Royale
Anthology titles combining stories featuring a publisher's best characters was a standard practice of the Golden Age. DC Comics had World's Finest Comics and All-Star Comics, Fox Feature Syndicate had Big 3, and Marvel/Timely had All-Winners Comics, for example. In 1942, Ned Pines' Standard/Better/Nedor followed suit by launching America's Best Comics, featuring the Black Terror,[...]
Thrilling Comics #1 from Ned Pines' Better Publications debuted a Doc Savage-inspired character named Dr. Strange in the Golden Age.