Golden Age

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  • Men of Mystery # 60

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    It’s the “Golden Age Champions of Quality

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  • Men of Mystery # 59

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    Another all-Quality Comics issue, celebrating the comic book publishing venture of the late, great Everett “Busy

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  • Men of Mystery # 58

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    Timeless classics from the Golden Age of comics; the 1940’s, reprinted in full in crystal clarity!! An issue-length focus on the characters of the late, great Fawcett comics line this time around. Spy Smasher faces “The Blizzard Blitzkrieg

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  • Men of Mystery # 57

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    Thrills from the Golden Age of Comics!! Five big features this issue, starting off with the high-flying AIRBOY, as he battles a giant, mutant slug from the sea floor, as endered by the master; Ernie Schroeder. Then, it’s the 1950’s incarnation of The BLUE BEETLE, rendered quite capably by the art team of Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia (notable because this long-lived classic hero has been drawn SO BADLY for so much of his 45-plus year career in comics) in “Unmasked

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  • Men of Mystery # 56

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    Another cornucopia of costumed character classics not seen since comics’ Golden Age- the 1940’s!! Start off with cover feature BULLETMAN, one of the most popular heroes of the era, appearing in not ONE but TWO stories this issue; “The Strange Hostage

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  • Men of Mystery # 55

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    Another full volume of classic Golden Age costumed- hero reprints, starting off with cover star The Avenger, who is featured in a Bob Powell -drawn story originally seen in The Avenger #4; “The Man Who Played Spy

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  • Men of Mystery # 54

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    The Black Terror returns to the pages of Men of Mystery!! Inside a stunning Alex Schomburg cover, you’ll find a gripping late-1940’s ‘Terror tome, “The Plundering Pooch

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  • Men of Mystery # 53

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    A special all-star issue!! It starts Airboy, one of the most successful and longest-running characters to come out of the Golden Age of comics, featured in one of the youthful aviators most-requested (and scariest) adventures: “Airboy and the Rats!!

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  • Men of Mystery # 52

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    Call off the dogs, it’s Cat-Man and Kitten in the spotlight this issue, starting off with a great front-cover reproduction of the cover artwork from the first issue of his original Holyoke Comics series, as rendered by Charles Quinlan. Once inside, you get not one but TWO great Cat-Man features; first, a classic confrontation between the ferocious feline and his arch-nemesis, Dr. Macabre (aided and abetted by two elderly but murderous sisters) from Holyoke’s Catman #30, as drawn by the awesomely atmospheric Bob Fujitani. Then, it’s the fianal chapter of the Australian Catman and Kit story started back in MOM #50, as the down-under duo try to defeat gangster Vic Stombelli in their own secret hideout. It’s beautifully illustrated by John Dixon. Lovely Mysta of the Moon makes an appearance, in a Matt Baker-drawn story entitled “Revolt On Planet Xanthia

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  • Men of Mystery # 50

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    Big 50Th Issue!!! The

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  • Men of Mystery # 49

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    Another top-flight mix of rare, full-story reprints from the Golden Age of comics this issue, starting out with cover feature Minute Man. In addition to comics, Minute Man’s publisher (Fawcett) produced a variety of products that featured their characters- including a series of Dime Action Books- small, illustrated storybooks in a format not too dissimilar from Whitman Pubs hugely -successful Big Little books. The Minute Man Dime Action adventure, “Mystery of the Spy Ring

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  • Men of Mystery # 47

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    It’s two old favorites and two newcomers this issue, as Quality Comic’s diminutive dynamo takes center stage in “Dollman’s Dilemna

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