Jungle and Adventure

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  • Jungle Girls 6

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    Jungle Girls 4

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  • Jungle Girls 3

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  • Retro Comics 4 : Jungle Girls

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  • Men of Mystery #103

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  • Men of Mystery # 48

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    An all-star issue made up of some of the biggest stars in superhero comics of the 1940’s, in crystal-clear, full-story reprints. Inside of a superb Alex Schomburg cover, you’ll find Dollman, facing the unlikely villainy of…Polka-Dot? A wildly expressive strip drawn by the unsung great John Spranger. Then, it’s that shambling mass of living matter known as The Heap, in a top-flight retelling of his origin, drawn by Ernie Schroeder. The Black Terror faces off against a colorful female vigilante in “The Revenge of Red Ann

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  • Men of Mystery # 37

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    Another stellar collection of the greatest costumed hero stories from the 1940’s. This issue’s headliners include The Fighting Yank, in “Fireworks on the Fourth

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  • Golden Age Greats # 14

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    The Comic Book Jungle!! Jungle adventure characters have been a staple of pop culture entertainment since Tarzan was created, and the comic book medium has had more than it’s share. This awesome volume presents crisp, clean vintage full-story reprints of some of the very best, and gives thumbnail histories and illustrations of ALL the rest! That’s right, this definitive historical tome catalogs EVERY jungle-themed character that was published during comic’s Golden Age!! See complete adventures of Kaanga, by Maurice Whitman, Camilla, drawn by Ralph Mayo, and Tabu, all from Fiction House Publication’s Jungle Comics; not one but TWO stories of Sheena, Queen of The Jungle (one drawn by Alex Blum and Robert Webb ) from Jumbo Comics, Tiger Girl by Matt Baker and Bob Webb from Fight, Judy Of The Jungle, drawn by Frank Frazetta, from Nedor’s Exciting comics #59; Rulah, by Edmund Goode, out of Fox Features All Top Comics, Nyoka The Jungle Girl by Maurice Whitman from Charlton’s Nyoka #20, Thunda, King of The Congo and Cave Girl, both by Bob Powell, from Magazine Enterprise’s Thun’da #2. And write-ups on Tarzan, Red Panther, Wambi, Simba The Lion, King Of The Congo, Roy Lance, Fantomah, Congo Bill, Ka-Zar, Samar, The Jungle Twins, White Raja, Dr. Voodoo, Congo King, Clyde Beatty, and dozens and dozens more!White hunters, jungle lords, and loads and loads of bikini-clad amazonians! Even if you don’t like jungle stuff, you’ll flip for the superb, pinup cheesecake-style “good girl art

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    Golden Age Greats # 13

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    Spotlighting The Artwork Of Jerry Robinson and Mort Meskin! This issue highlights two of the shining talents of the 1940’s and ’50’s- Jerry Robinson and Mort Meskin. Both artists arrived on the budding comic book scene in the late 1930’s, and were soon impacting it heavily, both individually and as a team. Jerry Robinson started out working with Bob Kane on the early Batman feature,and was soon ghosting much of the strip’s interior art and covers. This book features a solo Robinson outing on Lev Gleason’s Daredevil, from issue #47 of that book. Meskin co-created Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle , and produced much of the art that got the MLJ/Archie comic book line off the ground. Soon he, too was doing top-flight work at DC on features like The Sandman, Starman, Wildcat, Johnny Quick and The Vigilante.In this book you get to see Mort’s efforts alone on Golden Lad, from Spark Publication’s Golden Lad #2, November of 1945,and The Tomboy feature from Captain Flash #1,a 1954 Sterling Publications book. But it was there collaborations that are most memorable, and this book is topheavy with some of their wildest. See The Black Terror in “Grandpa Shows His Medals

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