reed crandall Archives

Fight Comics #3 (Fiction House, 1940), Fight Comics #12 (Fiction House, 1941) featuring Power Man.
The issue #12 cover is by Reed Crandall, and the interior story is by Bolstein and Witmer Williams The plot of the story is that a mad scientist's experiments creates a rampaging giant in South America Whether Eisner's cover inspired the later story or the plot concept existed from the beginning of the Power Man[...]
Ken Shannon #6 (Quality, 1952)
1950 was a turning point of sorts for publisher Quality Comics.  Everett "Busy" Arnold bought out his longtime partners in the business John Cowles, Sr and Gardner Cowles, Jr not too long after the comic book industry had shifted from a focus on superheroes to a variety of other material.  Long-running Golden Age titles like Smash[...]
National Comics #14 (Quality, 1941)
But such origin stories changed with the times.  Fifteen years later, a completely different explanation of the name made the rounds, and these were certainly not the only theories.  It's unlikely that the 1830 era version of the matter is correct — even though it has largely come to be the accepted history in recent[...]
The Blackhawk Comic Inspired by Opera and Operation Vengeance
There's a high-grade Modern Comics #78 CGC 8.5 available in Heritage's 2020 July 19-20 Sunday & Monday Comics, Animation, & Art Weekly Online Auction. Modern Comics #78 featuring Blackhawk, cover-dated October 1948 from Quality Comics. Modern Comics #78 was written by William Woolfolk and drawn by Reed Crandall Both creators had a longtime association with Blackhawk.  Crandall[...]
Minute Man, Captain Triumph, And Other Forgotten Heroes- AC Comics February 2018 Solicits
They will be reprints of original 1940's stories by their creators such as Phil Bard, Reed Crandall, Augie Froehlich, and Elmer Wexler. MEN OF MYSTERY #107 The biggest stars from a number of great comics publishers of yesteryear is our special focus in this "Going Long" edition of Men of Mystery, #107; as we present a number of full-length feature[...]