Men of Mystery

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    Men of Mystery # 73

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    Another colossal collection of the cream of the Golden Age crop among the costumed comic-book heroes of that halcyon era!! It starts of with a stunning Mike Machlan cover featuring Fawcett Publications mysterious MR . SCARLET. His adventure within is “The Loot Of Christopher Murden

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    Men of Mystery # 74

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    Another stellar lineup of vintage tales of costumed adventure, this issue highlighting some of the best male/female crimefighting duos of The Golden Age. Leading off it’s BULLETMAN & BULLETGIRL in “The Weeper

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    Men of Mystery # 75

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    Our milestone 75Th issue leads off with a dynamic new cover by Mike Machlan, but the contents are all 100% pure vintage Golden Age reprints!! This volume opens with our cover star, Holyoke Comics’ FLAG-MAN in “The Wasp And The Sting Of Death

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    Men of Mystery # 76

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    64 pages of great super-hero action reprinted in sparkling black and white from the genre’s Golden Age, the 1940’s!! Cover star The BLACK TERROR does double duty in a brace of adventures-“The Funny Man Murder

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    Men of Mystery # 77

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    Another big 68-page volume of classic 1940’s super-hero comic book reprints!! Cover Star MINUTE MAN opens the show in “Minute Man Meets The Victory Vampire

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    Men of Mystery # 78

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    Another issue of 100% quality- Quality Comics that is, as Everett Arnold’s late, great comic house of the 1940’s and early ’50’s is the complete focus of this volume of MOM. Inside Mike Machlan’s superb Jack Kirby homage cover of Quality Comic’s MANHUNTER you’ll find that very same character himself in the lead story, as a criminal convention nominates a team of underworld killers to try to take out The MANHUNTER and his dog THOR, in an unnamed story originally seen in Police Comics #25, with art by Reed Crandall and Rudy Palais. Then, it’s Paul Gustavson’s JESTER, wherin the laughing clown of crimefighting breaks up a phoney charity casino scam in a vintage tale from Smash Comics #34, followed by Jim Mooney and Robert Turner’s groundbreaking “good girl

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    Men of Mystery # 79

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    Another stellar “homage

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    Men of Mystery # 80

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    FIRST ISSUE OF THE NEW BOOKSHELF-FORMAT!! Thats right- more than THREE TIMES the pages of the “old

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    Men of Mystery # 81

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    SECOND spectacular issue in our new SUPERSIZED THICK format for MEN OF MYSTERY!!!! OUR BIGGEST and BEST issue yet!! 240 pages of classic Golden Age reprints in a squarebound trade paperback format!! This issue’s special focus is on the superheroes of Ace Comics, starting with Mike Machlan’s stunning front cover, through a Mark Heike text rundown of the history of Ace, and capsule summaries of all of the companies’ costumed heroes, to a COMPLETE REPRINT of issue #3 of Ace’s all-hero “all star

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    Men of Mystery # 82

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    A special “Women of Mystery

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    Men of Mystery # 83

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    ONLY A FEW COPIES LEFT!! This 200-plus page blockbuster is particularly special, as it contains MORE pages of coverage on the legendary (and rare) CENTAUR COMICS line than any book previously published anywhere at any time!! Though rarely seen (even by comics historians, due to their poor distribution in the late 1930’s and early ’40’s), this storied publishing house is famous as a sort of “primordial soup

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    Men of Mystery # 84

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    This issue’s main focus is on the late, great Standard/Nedor/Better/Pines comics group of the 1940’s, and features a fistful of reprints of their top super-types, including THE BLACK TERROR (in THREE FULL STORIES!!), FIGHTING YANK, PYROMAN. DOC STRANGE, PRINCESS PANTHA , The AMERICAN EAGLE, all in never-before-reprinted adventures- PLUS the FIRSTE-VER MOM appearances of The LIBERATOR, CAPTAIN FUTURE and CAPTAIN CROSSBONES!! Included among this is a COMPLETE reprint of BLACK TERROR Comics #27, the last issue of that character’s Golden Age run!! But that is FAR from all, since the balance of this huge, 200+ page issue carries 14 MORE full-length Golden Age stories, including The DOLL MAN in “The Snoopernike

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