The iconic and classic Venus #19 with cover by Bill Everett could be yours! Will you be bidding on this book from ComicConnect?
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Several of the rarest and popular Golden Age comics feature some of our favorite heroes beating up Nazis and even Hitler himself As such is the case with this ComicConnect auction for Spy Smasher #10, which ends on May 21st and asks the most critical question Did Spy Smasher kill Hitler? Spy Smasher from Fawcett Publications[...]
Looking for a late pre-code horror book? ComicConnect has this stunning copy of Fight Against Crime #20 waiting for you!
This weeks ComicConnect event auction is heating up with this piece. Fight Comics #49 should be on your watch list!
Own a piece of Archie Comic history with this beautiful restored copy of Jackpot Comics #4 -- only at ComicConnect!
Hello and welcome back to Diving Into the Comic Vault! Today we'll be looking at Pep Comics #8. Dashing heroes in timeless adventures.
Welcome back to another episode of Diving Into the Comic Vault! We're still exploring the early issues of Pep Comics, with today's focus on Pep Comics #6.
Welcome back to another episode of Diving Into the Comics Vault! We're now five issues into MLJ's flagship title, Pep Comics.
If you want to read the previous entry in this series click here. Pep Comics #4 has one of my favorite covers. Featuring The Shield, we see our hero
Welcome back to Diving Into the Comic Vault! Today we'll be focusing on Pep Comics #3, with its signature hero -- The Shield.
In 1940, the world was in the grips of World War 2. In America, patriotism was at an all time high. Everything in the current pop culture landscape was
Arrr matey. Are you craving for adventure on the high seas? Do your land legs yearn for some swash-buckling adventures? Then this book is for you!
Check out the action results of ComicConnect's most popular books, including Batman #121, Wonder Woman #1, and Superman #1.
Currently on eBay are three of the most important Wonder Woman comics of all time. More so, they are also the highest-graded copies of each book.
In a February 1942 article titled "Women: Servants for Civilization", Wonder Woman co-creator William Moulton Marston outlines Nazi's problem with women.