Witches Tales #25 (Harvey, 1954) is a classic among two different groups of people for two different reasons that involve the same story
Harvey Comics Archives
The post-World War II era was a time of transition for all American comic book publishers. Many were pulling back on their superhero titles, and experimenting with a wide variety of other types of material to see what might be the next big thing. In 1946, Harvey launched a number of new series including Stuntman,[...]
There's been quite a bit of debate over the years as to who drew the cover of Harvey Comics' Speed Comics #22.
Munson Paddock used a psychedelic concert poster art style somehow transported to 1940 for Mars Mason of the Interplanetary Mail Service.
Shock Gibson debuted in Speed Comics #1 by going up against a would-be dictator with an army of zombies at his disposal.
Alex Schomburg created covers for several flame-based characters, and his Red Blazer cover on All-New Comics #8 is highly sought after.
All-New Comics #4 (Harvey, 1943) contains a story "Poison in the Universe" based on real WWII history.
Marvely/Timely's the Human Torch was not the only Golden Age fire-based hero that legendary artist Alex Schomburg provided covers for.
Why? What could cause a transformation such as this? The ghastly creature of ebony has prepared stories so chilling, so weird, so wild — that it purrs with the satisfaction with a job well done!" Such was the introduction to the letters column of Black Cat Mystery #37, which unusually enough appeared on the first[...]
Harvey's Green Hornet Comics series includes covers by one of the distinctive cover artists of the era, Alex Schomburg.
From her debut in 1941, Harvey Comics' Black Cat was one of the most successful and popular female characters of the Golden Age.
The Juna Group of Newburyport, Massachusetts, has abandoned a trademark application for the term Harvey Comics, after being challenged by Classic Media The trademark application was for Comic books; Children's books; Coloring books and was made back in May After much paperwork went back and forth between the Juna Group and the US Government, a[...]
By Jared Cornelius While digging through back issue bins at a flea market I was struck with a bit of inspiration. After coming across a stack of comics that would best be described as worthless, I thought to myself who would read these? Why would anyone publish these? Most importantly though was what if I was to[...]