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Classics Illustrated Special (1955) comic books

  • Issue #129A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 129A
    • Cover oxidation.
    • Mold.
    • Water damage.

    The Story of Jesus. First printing. Cover by Victor Prezio. Stories and art by Lorenz Graham and William A. Walsh. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics typically about science, history and American culture. This first issue focuses on the life of Jesus as relayed in the four Gospels of the New Testament, from his birth at Bethlehem to his Crucifixion and Resurrection. Birth and Boyhood of Jesus; Preparation for Lifes Work; The Galilean Ministry; Jesus at Jerusalem; Betrayal, Trial and Crucifixion; Resurrection. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #129B
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 129B

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    The Story of Jesus. Second printing. "Three Camels" cover. Stories and art by Lorenz Graham and William A. Walsh. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics typically about science, history and American culture. This first issue focuses on the life of Jesus as relayed in the four Gospels of the New Testament, from his birth at Bethlehem to his Crucifixion and Resurrection. Birth and Boyhood of Jesus; Preparation for Lifes Work; The Galilean Ministry; Jesus at Jerusalem; Betrayal, Trial and Crucifixion; Resurrection. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    21 hours left Auction THE STORY OF JESUS 1955 Classics Illustrated Vintage Comic book #129 Paperback

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  • Issue #129C
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 129C

    The Story of Jesus. Third printing. Cover by Victor Prezio. Stories and art by Lorenz Graham and William A. Walsh. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics typically about science, history and American culture. This first issue focuses on the life of Jesus as relayed in the four Gospels of the New Testament, from his birth at Bethlehem to his Crucifixion and Resurrection. Birth and Boyhood of Jesus; Preparation for Lifes Work; The Galilean Ministry; Jesus at Jerusalem; Betrayal, Trial and Crucifixion; Resurrection. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #129D
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 129D

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    The Story of Jesus. Fourth printing (white 50c circle). Cover by Victor Prezio. Stories and art by Lorenz Graham and William A. Walsh. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics typically about science, history and American culture. This first issue focuses on the life of Jesus as relayed in the four Gospels of the New Testament, from his birth at Bethlehem to his Crucifixion and Resurrection. Birth and Boyhood of Jesus; Preparation for Lifes Work; The Galilean Ministry; Jesus at Jerusalem; Betrayal, Trial and Crucifixion; Resurrection. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #132
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 132

    The Story of America. Stories and art by Lou Cameron and Pete Costanza. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue retells the history of the United States, starting with Columbus stumbling across North America, and continuing to the colonial era. A comics version of the patriotic poem Paul Reveres Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. During the Revolutionary War, Francis Scott Key has the wartime experiences that inspire him to write "The Star Spangled Banner." The Man Who Discovered America; The Birth of America; Paul Reveres Ride; The Star Spangled Banner. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $12 THE STORY OF AMERICA, CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED, NO. 132-A, JUNE 1956, VG TO FINE
    $15 132A Classics Illustrated 1956 VG+ Comic
    $39 CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED #132a Special Issue, STORY OF AMERICA, 1956, our grade 6.5

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  • Issue #135A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 135A

    The Ten Commandments. Cover by Norman Nodel. Stories and art by Norman Nodel and Lorenz Graham. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the story of Moses and his quest to lead the Hebrew people from captivity in Egypt. Another story relates the Biblical tale of Joseph and his brothers. Plus, this original printing features a vintage ad for Cecil B. DeMille's 1956 production of The Ten Commandments, and endorsements of the comic by religious leaders and publishers of the era. The Ten Commandments; Joseph and His Brethren. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $6 Classic Illustrated Special #135 - Ten Commandments (Gilberton, 1956) G/VG
    1 day left Auction Classics Illustrated Special Issue Comic #135A Dec 1956 The Ten Commandments

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  • Issue #138A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 138A

    Adventures in Science. Stories and art by Pete Costanza and others. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history of human flight, from Leonardo da Vinci to the great airships, from the Wright Brothers to the newly begun age of jet power. Andy learns about atomic energy, in a story that's mildly disturbing to modern eyes, reprinted from Picture Parade (1953) #1. Biographies of Amelia Earhart and Louis Pasteur. The history of communication, from primeval drums to television. Adventures in Science; Andys Atomic Adventures; The Discoveries of Louis Pasteur; From Tom-Tom to TV; Great Lives: Amelia Earhart; Pioneers of Science: Joseph Priestly. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #138B
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 138B

    Second printing. Adventures in Science. Stories and art by Pete Costanza and others. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history of human flight, from Leonardo da Vinci to the great airships, from the Wright Brothers to the newly begun age of jet power. Andy learns about atomic energy, in a story that's mildly disturbing to modern eyes, reprinted from Picture Parade (1953) #1. Biographies of Amelia Earhart and Louis Pasteur. The history of communication, from primeval drums to television. Adventures in Science; Andys Atomic Adventures; The Discoveries of Louis Pasteur; From Tom-Tom to TV; Great Lives: Amelia Earhart; Pioneers of Science: Joseph Priestly. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #138C
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 138C

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    Third printing. Adventures in Science. Stories and art by Pete Costanza and others. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history of human flight, from Leonardo da Vinci to the great airships, from the Wright Brothers to the newly begun age of jet power. Andy learns about atomic energy, in a story that's mildly disturbing to modern eyes, reprinted from Picture Parade (1953) #1. Biographies of Amelia Earhart and Louis Pasteur. The history of communication, from primeval drums to television. Adventures in Science; Andys Atomic Adventures; The Discoveries of Louis Pasteur; From Tom-Tom to TV; Great Lives: Amelia Earhart; Pioneers of Science: Joseph Priestly. 96 pages, Full Color.

  • Issue #141A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 141A

    The Rough Rider. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the life of US President Theodore Roosevelt, from his childhood and cowboy days to his military service and political career. Plus excerpts from the writings of Roosevelt. And a letter from the Director of the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission on the 100th anniversary of TR's birth. The Rough Rider; This He Believed...; Theodore Roosevelt. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $60 Classics Illustrated #141A The Rough Rider - Original - CGC 7.0!

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  • Issue #144A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 144A

    Blazing the Trails West. Stories and art by George Evans and others. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on Westward expansion in America, including Sacagawea and the Lewis & Clark Expedition, the history of Texas, and roles played by fur traders, prospectors and mountain men. Note the prominent "coonskin cap" on the cover, a symbol of 1950s youth. Featuring art by EC legend George Evans. Blazing the Trails West; Gold, Fur, and Freedom; Daniel Boone; The Lewis and Clark Expedition; The Santa Fe Trail; Fur and Mountains; Kit Carson; The Mexican War; End of an Empire; Frontier Fun. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $28 Classics Illustrated Special Issue Blazing the Trails West HRN143 1958 VG/FN
    $41 CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED SPECIAL 1958 FN BLAZING TRAILS WEST & MEN, GUNS & CATTLE

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  • Issue #147A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 147A

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    Crossing the Rockies. Painted cover by Gerald McCann. Stories and art by George Evans, Reed Crandall, Norman Nodel, Don Perlin, and Joe Orlando. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue continues the focus on Westward expansion in America from the previous issue. High points of the frontier era include the Gold Rush and the Pony Express; low points include the tragic fate of the Donner Party. The transcontinental railroad, the Oregon Trail, the Mormon trek to Utah, and the establishment of telegraph lines are also covered. Featuring art by legends George Evans, Reed Crandall, and Joe Orlando and future Marvel artist Don Perlin. Crossing the Rockies; The Oregon Trail; Death and the Donners; This Is the Place; The Gold Rush; The Apache Wars; The Overland Mail; The Pony Express; Bound by Rails; Meanwhile, Back in the East…; The Magic Wire. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $30 Classics Illustrated Crossing the Rockies Special Issue HRN 141 FN-
    19 hours left Auction Classics Illustrated Special Issue DEC. 1958 NO. 147A Crossing The Rockies

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  • Issue #150A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 150A

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    Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Painted cover by Gerald McCann. Stories and art by L. B. Cole, Sam Glanzman, Norman Nodel, Stan Campbell, Ray Ramsey, Sid Check, and Graham Ingels. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history and legends of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or "Mounties." Featuring art by legends L. B. Cole, Sam Glanzman, and Graham Ingels, including March to Fort Whoop-Up by Glanzman and Pony Soldiers by Ingels. Royal Canadian Mounted Police; March to Fort Whoop-Up; Pony Soldiers; Indians and Outlaws; Unrest and Rebellion; Patrolling the Prairies; The Gold Rush; Into the Far North; The Modern Mountie; Manhunt!; Molding a Mountie; Mountie Museum; Heroic Rescues. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #153A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 153A

    Horns and Hoofs. Painted cover by Gerald McCann. Stories and art by L. B. Cole, George Evans, Norman Nodel, Gerald McCann, George Peltz, and Everett Raymond Kinstler. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on tales of history and legend from the Western frontier. Featuring art by legends L. B. Cole, George Evans, and Everett Raymond Kinstler, including Wild Bill Hickok and The Chisholm Trail by Evans and The Death of Tombstone and The Last Warpath by Everett Raymond Kinstler. Horns and Hoofs; Iron Fisted Marshall; Wild Bill Hickok; The Chisholm Trail; The Lincoln County War; Dodge City Lawman; The Last Warpath; The Wests Wildest Town; The Death of Tombstone; Koohoppers and Cactus Cats; The Closing Frontier; Guns and Gunfighters; Get Along Little Dogies. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #156A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 156A
    • Interior is complete. Entire back cover missing. Chipping.

    The Atomic Age. Painted cover by Gaylord Welker. Stories and art by Sam Glanzman, John Tartaglione, Angelo Torres, L. B. Cole, George Evans, Norman Nodel, Gerald McCann, Bruno Premiani, and Everett Raymond Kinstler. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history and science of radioactivity, with an emphasis on beneficial uses such as power, medicine and science, and downplaying its use in warfare, a topic much in mind during the 1950s. Featuring art by legends L. B. Cole, Sam Glanzman, George Evans, and Everett Raymond Kinstler, including the science and history of atomic power plants by Evans; the science of nuclear fission by Kinstler; and nuclear medicine featuring art by future Mad magazine artist Angelo Torres. The Atomic Age; Adventure North; The Smallest Particle; Inside the Atom; The Atomic Furnace; The Magic Mineral; How to Build a Radiation Detector; Alpha, Beta, and Gamma; Atoms for Power; The Radioscope; Atoms and Industry; Atoms and Agriculture; Atoms and Medicine; The Healing Rays; The Atom Tomorrow; The Ages of Energy; The Search for Uranium. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $18 Classics Illustrated #156A, Special Issue, The Atomic Age, 1st Print - FINE
    3 days left Auction CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED Special Issue THE ATOMIC AGE Comic #156A June 1960

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  • Issue #159A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 159A
    • Overspray along bottom of comic.

    Rockets, Jets and Missiles. Painted cover by Allen Simon. Stories and art by Gray Morrow, Sam Glanzman, John Tartaglione, Jack Abel, H. J. Kihl, Gerald McCann, and George Evans. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the early era of jet power and spaceflight, and speculation about the coming era of interplanetary exploration. Featuring art by legends Sam Glanzman, George Evans, and Gray Morrow, including The Flight of the X-1 by Evans, Seven for Space and Off Into Orbit by Morrow, and Artificial Moons and Doorway Into Tomorrow by Glanzman. Also featuring the helpfully titled article "Don't Do It Yourself." Cool painted cover by Allen Simon. Rockets, Jets and Missiles; Space Talk; The Moon; The Jet Is Born; Space Talk; Mercury; Jet Engines; Jets Around the World; Venus; Rockets Through Time; Mars; The Wizard of Worcester; Jupiter; Rocket Engines; Dont Do It Yourself; Saturn; Rockets and Missiles Around the World; Artificial Moons; Uranus; Seven for Space; Neptune; Off Into Orbit; Pluto; Doorway Into Tomorrow; Stones from Space; Other Worlds. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $6 Rockets, Jets and Missiles - Classics Illustrated Special Issue 1960 Silver Age
    $18 Classics Illustrated #159A, Rockets, Jets and Missiles, SPCL Issue HRN 156- Fine
    19 hours left Auction Classics Illustrated Special Issue #159A Dec 1960 Rockets, Jets And Missiles

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  • Issue #162
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 162

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    The War Between the States. Painted cover by Geoffrey Biggs. Stories and art by Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Sam Glanzman, John Tartaglione, George Peltz, Edd Ashe, Reed Crandall, and George Evans. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the American Civil War, from the first shots fired to the Lincoln Assassination and Reconstruction. Featuring art by legends Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Sam Glanzman, Reed Crandall, and George Evans, including Shiloh and Reconstruction by Evans; Fort Sumter, The Peninsula, Vicksburg and New York City by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers; and The Causes and Gettysburg by Glanzman. The War Between the States; April, 1861: Fort Sumter; The Causes; July, 1861: Bull Run; Battle Report; April, 1862: Shiloh; April, 1862: New Orleans; April-July, 1862: The Peninsula; July, 1862: Kentucky; Battle Report; June, 1863: Brandy Station; June-July, 1863: Gettysburg; April-July, 1863: Vicksburg; September-November, 1863: Chattanooga; May-September, 1864: Georgia; October, 1864: The Atlantic; November, 1864: New York City; April, 1865: Appomattox Court House; Final Report; Reconstruction; The Exile's Dream; The Peasants Revolt. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $59 CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED #162a Special Issue War Between States, 1961, our grade 7.0

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  • Issue #165
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 165

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    To the Stars! Stories and art by Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Sam Glanzman, Angelo Torres, Jo Albistur, Norman Nodel, Reed Crandall, and George Evans. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history and science of space exploration, then (1961) still in its early days. Featuring art by legends Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Sam Glanzman, Reed Crandall, and George Evans, including Earth in Space and The Magic Eye by Evans, an illustrated guide to making a telescope and a guide to spectroscopes and radio telescopes by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers; Our Neighbor the Moon and Jupiter and Saturn by Glanzman; and Man in the Skies and an opening illustration by future Mad magazine artist Angelo Torres. To the Stars; Man in the Skies; Earth in Space; The Magic Eye; The Giant of Palomar; A Simple Telescope; Lines and Signals; Viewing the Spectrum; Our Neighbor the Moon; The Copper Moon; The Inner Planets; The Inner Planets: The Gods' Messenger; The Goddess; The Green World; The Red Planet; The Giants; The Georgian Planet; Uranus; Neptune; Planet X; Pluto; Are There Other Planets?; Fiery Streaks and Tails; Figures in the Sky; Star Facts; Our Nearest Star; The Disappearing Sun; Light Years; The Universe; The Swiss Patent Clerk; Days and Years. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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    $12 Classics Illustrated #165A, Special Issue, To The Stars!, 1st Print - VG

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  • Issue #166A
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 166A

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    World War II. Stories and art by Angelo Torres, Norman Nodel, and George Evans. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the history of World War II, from the rise of European fascism to the war-crimes trials. Featuring art by legends Angelo Torres and George Evans, including The Conquest of Western Europe and The Resistance by Evans, and Victory in the Pacific by future Mad magazine artist Angelo Torres. World War II; The Fuehrer; War on the High Seas; Il Duce; The Conquest of Western Europe; The Battle of Britain; Warships and Wolf Packs; The Resistance; The Eastern Front; The Big Three; War in the Pacific; The Doolittle Raid; The Coral Sea and Midway; Guadalcanal; Tarawa; War Leaders; Stalingrad; War Leaders; Lidice and Warsaw; The Death Camps; North Africa; War Leaders; The Italian Campaign; Blockbusters and Buzz Bombs; The Normandy Invasion; The Battle of the Bulge; Victory in Europe; War Leaders; Leyte Gulf; The Mainland War; Iwo Jima and Okinawa; Victory in the Pacific; Crimes Against Humanity. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #167
    Classics Illustrated Special (1955) 167

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    Prehistoric World. Stories and art by Angelo Torres, Norman Nodel, Reed Crandall and George Evans. The semiannual Specials from Classics Illustrated were educational comics on science, history and American culture. This issue focuses on the prehistoric era, from the first squirming life on Earth to the migration of humanity across the planet. Featuring art by legends Angelo Torres, Reed Crandall and George Evans, including The Dawn Men, Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon Man by Reed Crandall and George Evans, and The Dinosaurs and early life by future Mad magazine artist Angelo Torres. Prehistoric World; In Search of the Past; Survival of the Fittest; The Wonderful Earth Movie; The First Fishes; Living on Land; The Dinosaurs; Reptiles of the Sea and Air; A Missing Link; Mammals; Bones and Stones; The Treasure of Flaming Cliffs; End of an Era; The Age of the Mammals; Prehistoric Man; The Bulls of Altamira; The Dawn Men; Neanderthal Man; Homo Sapiens; Cro-Magnon Man; The Reindeer Age; The Races of Man; The Early Farmers; The Long Journeys: Into America; Into Africa; The Mixing of Peoples; Across the Pacific; The Stone Builders; The Fuegian Experiment; Primitives Today. Final issue of the series, except for Classics Illustrated Special (1964) The United Nations. 96 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.35.

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