Men of Mystery

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    Men of Mystery # 85

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    THIS BOOK IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!ALL FEMALE Men of Mystery blockbuster spectacular!! EVERY story in this volume features a distaff dare-doll in vintage Golden Age action, reprinted from the original 1940’s comic book in which they originally appeared!! 31 full GA stories in all, featuring 28 DIFFERENT heroines, including 12 NEVER BEFORE SEEN in the pages of Men of Mystery!! First-timers include LADY SATAN, TOMBOY, SUZIE, YANKEE GIRL,TARA, USA-SPIRIT OF OLD GLORY, TANGI, The VEILED AVENGER, PAT PATRIOT, SPIDER QUEEN, BLACK PHANTOM and FANTOMAH. Things lead off with the never-before-reprinted Fox Features PHANTOM LADY classic “The Jack-In-The-Box Murders

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    Men of Mystery # 86

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    The latest action-packed issue of comicdom’s premiere Golden Age superhero reprint anthology focuses exclusively on the World War II heroes of Fawcett Comics- including two FULL ISSUE reprints featuring a pair of rare, sought-after gems from the early heydays of Fawcett’s costumed champions of justice! Appearing here in this issue, it its entirety is the very rare MINUTE MAN #1, from the Spring of 1941; currently valued at over $3000.00! A spin-off from Master Comics, the MINUTE MAN stories from this book were released before thre US entered World War II. The four untitled stories from #1 were all drawn by Charles Sultan with the help of the Chesler Shop artists. SPY SMASHER #5 is reprised here as well, with four stories drawn by the excellent Emil Gershwin- “Death Itself Must Die

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    Men of Mystery # 87

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    Check out another heaping helping of rare comic book history in the latest installment of the most important Golden Age reprint anthology ever produced; Men of Mystery #87!
    You’ll start off with a never-before-reprinted adventure of the original Fox Features BLUE BEETLE in a story drawn by the underrated Sam Cooper from Big Three #2. Thrill to the dashing Beetle’s duel with the grotesque Porky Hogg! Next, BB’s Fox compatriot from Mystery Men Comics (issue #6, to be exact) The GREEN MASK swings into action to save a beautiful blonde from a gang of spies. Then, it’s a rare treat- a 16-page adventure of one of the STRANGEST costumed heroes of the Golden (or any) Age, The MAD HATTER!! Ruthles ganster Frank Faro’s mind ends up in the body of a gorilla, and it’s up to the poerty-writing ‘HATTER to bring him in, in a weird and disturbing tale drawn by the always-moody John Giunta. Then, it’s one of the few WWII costumed heroes to operate in Europe behind enemy lines, as Standard/Better/Nedor’s short-lived star of Thrilling Comics, The AMERICAN CRUSADER works to save “The Voice of Norway

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    Men of Mystery # 88

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    A FULL 140 PAGES OF NEVER-BEFORE -REPRINTED VINTAGE GOLD!! That’s right, Men of Mystery #88 contains 16 full story reprints of rare, vintage action headlined by some of the most unique and interesting costumed heroes of the 1940’s, not seen anywhere since their original printings !! This issues’ cover star Mr. SCARLET stars in “The Hunted Hunter

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    Men of Mystery # 89

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    Men of Mystery #89 is now available!! Headlined by actual Golden Age adventues of frontline star features from the era (in never previously reprinted stories, of course) including DOLLMAN, AIRBOY, COMMANDO YANK, GREEN MASK, SPY SMASHER, CAPTAIN FREEDOM, SHOCK GIBSON and NEON the UNKNOWN!! Other highlights of this issue include early work from the soon-to-be star artist Mac Raboy on an adventure of Fawcett Comics’ Dr. VOODOO. Raboy would later make his mark on CAPTAIN MARVEL Jr; GREEN LAMA and a long run on the FLASH GORDON newspaper strip, but here you’ll see an excellent example of his early work. One of the most obscure and esoteric, almost legendary comic books of the early 1940’s is the one-shot produced by the Lloyd Jaquet Studio, GREEN GIANT Comics. MOM #89 will present the one and ONLY appearance of a strange costumed superhero from that book known as The MASTER MYSTIC!! We guarantee you’ve never seen THIS one before!! And every issue of MOM we try to introduce at least a few characters from the 1940’s we’ve NEVER reprinted before, and this issue will is no exception, with early Quality Comics stars from Hit Comics; HERCULES and The RED BEE, AND from Cat-Man Comics, BLACKOUT!! Of course, there’s be a lot more, like the further adventures of Dell’s bizarre PHANTASMO, whose saga we started in MOM #88; Harvey Comics’ champions The SPIRIT of ’76 and the GIRL COMMANDOS, Magazine Enterprixes’ The DURANGO KID, and others!! Featuring art by Mac Raboy, Bob Powell, Carl Pfeufer, Ernie Schroeder, Bob Fujitani, Arturo Cazeneuve, Elmer Stoner, Mac Raboy, Victor Pazmino, Joe Certa, Jill Elgin and more. It’s another 140-page, saddle-stitched blockbuster of full-story vintage reprints in black and white, at regular comic book size with a full-color cover, all for $29.95

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    Men of Mystery # 90

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    Issue #90, the latest in AC’s premiere Golden Age reprint anthology series, Men of Mystery, is now available!! Shady publisher Victor Fox’ Fox Features line was one of the earliest comic houses to jump “whole-hog

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    Men of Mystery # 91

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    MEN OF MYSTERY #91 is NOW AVAILABLE!!There’s nothing a true Golden Age fan likes more than finding some “new

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    Men of Mystery # 92

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    MEN OF MYSTERY 92 IS NOW AVAILABLE!! The BLACK TERROR has long been a favorite of Golden Age fans in general, and has certainly been represented often enough within the pages of Men of Mystery in years past. He’s been absent far too long lately, but he returns here in MOM #92 in one of his most gripping 1940’s adventures in a story originally printed in Black Terror # 22, a story partially inked by the legendary FRANK FRAZETTA!!. And the ‘TERROR is not the only vintage “heavy-hitter

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    Men of Mystery # 93

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    Men of Mystery #93 is now available!! A special all-Quality issue spotlighting gems found in Everett “Busy

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    Golden Age Men of Mystery Digest Special 1

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    THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Golden Age Men Of Mystery Digest Special #1 $15.95 Men Of Mystery is unanimously regarded as comicdom’s top showcase for the highest-quality reptints, covering the best and most interesting costumed characters of the 1940’s and ’50’s. This special limited print run special format annual features 12 full vintage Golden Age stories never opreviously ptrinted in Men Of Mystery.(Regular AC fans take note, however- most of this book’s contents are made up of stories formerly reprinted in Catman Ashcan #2, Avenger Ashcan #0, and Rocketman Ashcan #’s 1 and 2.) It includes three full adventures od Magazine Enterprises’ Avenger, all drawn by Bob Powell: “Rust On The Iron Curtain

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    Men of Mystery Spy Smasher Special 1

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    THIS BOOK IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Amidst the darkest days of early WWII, who stood alone to protect US shores from the Axis? SPY SMASHER!! See vintage reprint stories of the masked defender in this premiere MOM annual, filled with NEVER-BEFORE-REPRINTED adventures of SS, including “The Red Death

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    Men of Mystery Blockbuster Special 1

    24.95$

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    A bookshelf collection of the finest costumed-hero features of The Golden Age, including BLACK TERROR, PHANTOM LADY, HEAP, AVENGER, SPY SMASHER, CAPTAIN WINGS, YARKO, MR. SCARLET, HUMAN BOMB, GHOST RIDER and 7 others. Plus text features: An interview with Blackhawk artist/creator Chuck Cuidera, Collector’s Corner, and Roy Thomas’ “Story Behind The Cover

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