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Go-Go (1966) comic books 1967

  • Issue #4
    Go-Go (1966) 4

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    Stories and art by Gary Friedrich, D. J. Arneson, and Jon D'Agostino. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. Go-Go's superhero spoof Blooperman continues, as Blooperman meets the Bestest League of America. This issue features early work by legendary comics scribe Gary Friedrich. Go-Go's parody of the "Peyton Place" soap opera goes on and on.... Sarcastic answers to reader questions. A profile of rock group The Cyrkle. Photos of 1960s rock bands The Cyrkle and The Mamas and The Papas. The Cyrkle; The Rotting Stumps; Dear Park; Blooperman: Bound in the Badcave!!; The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv; Return to Peculiar Place; There's Room for Normal Groups Too; The Mamas and Papas. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

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    $25 Go-Go 4 GD+ 2.5 High Definition Scans *

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  • Issue #5
    Go-Go (1966) 5

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    Stories and art by Jim Aparo, Grass Green, Gary Friedrich, D. J. Arneson, Mo Marcus and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. Blooperman and The Bestest League defeat Badman and Robber, but can they beat.. a superhero strike? This story features early work by legendary comics scribe Gary Friedrich, and art by underground comix legend Richard "Grass" Green. Max fakes Bikini Luv's kidnapping as a publicity stunt, in the first published story by future Batman artist Jim Aparo. A veteran tells his son about his wartime exploits, but reframes them in a heroic light. Photos of Sonny (Bono) and Cher. Sonny and Cher; The Rotting Stumps; Dear Park; Blooperman: Would You Believe... the Bestest League of America!!!; The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv; Return to Peculiar Place; And That's What I Did in the War, Charlie!! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #6
    Go-Go (1966) 6

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    Stories and art by Jim Aparo, Grass Green, Gary Friedrich, D. J. Arneson, Mo Marcus and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. When The Bestest League goes on strike, superhero Green Trashcan defects to the office of the Marvelous Super Heroes. This story features early work by legendary comics scribe Gary Friedrich, and art by underground comix legend Richard "Grass" Green. Bikini Luv faces life without the muscle-bound love-of-her-life Ajax Strong, a story featuring some of the earliest art by future Batman artist Jim Aparo. Photos of 1960s rock legends The Hollies and Petula Clark. The Hollies; A Far Out Fairy Tale: The Swingin' Saga of Superella!; Return to Peculiar Place; Name the Mod Swingin' Group Contest; Dear Park; Blooperman: The BLA vs the Marvelous Super-Heroes; The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv: Bikini Hawaiian Style; Petula Clark. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

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    6 days left Auction GO-GO #1 VF, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elvis, Frank Sinatra. Charlton Comics 1967

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  • Issue #7
    Go-Go (1966) 7

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    Cover by Jon D'Agostino. Stories and art by Denny O'Neil, Jim Aparo, Grass Green, Steve Skeates, D. J. Arneson, Mo Marcus and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. The Far Out Fairy Tales tell the stories of "Superella" and "Snow What." Go-Go's parody of the "Peyton Place" soap opera goes on and on.... This issue features early work by legendary comics scribes Denny O'Neil and Steve Skeates, and art by future Batman artist Jim Aparo and underground comix legend Richard "Grass" Green. Photos of rock legends Beach Boys and Brian Wilson. The Beach Boys; A Far Out Fairy Tale: The Swingin' Saga of Superella: Part II; Return to Peculiar Place; Record Breaker; The First Argument; Rendezvous; The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv; Snow What, a Far-Out Fairy Tale. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

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    $50 Go-Go 7 VG 4.0 High Definition Scans *

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  • Issue #8
    Go-Go (1966) 8

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    Cover by Jon D'Agostino. Stories and art by Jim Aparo, Grass Green, Steve Skeates, D. J. Arneson, Mo Marcus and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. Rapunzelstiltskin is kept in a tower in Brooklyn by her wicked stepmother, spinning dental floss, and a rock group tries to set her free. Alf wants a cool car to impress the girls at the beach, but instead he ends up with a World War I vintage biplane. Snow What, lead singer of a rock band, is targeted by a jealous rival. This issue features early work by legendary comics scribe Steve Skeates, and art by future Batman artist Jim Aparo and underground comix legend Richard "Grass" Green. Photos of comedy/rock band The Monkees. The Monkees; Our Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machine; Return to Peculiar Place; Rapunzelstiltskin; The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv; Snow What, a Far-Out Fairy Tale (Part 2). 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #9
    Go-Go (1966) 9

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    Cover by Jim Aparo. Stories and art by Denny O'Neil, Jim Aparo, Grass Green, Steve Skeates, D. J. Arneson, Mo Marcus and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Charlton's mid-'60s attempt at a "hip" teen comic results in a sort of combination of Archie's Madhouse, the lesser Mad clones, and Teen Beat. Seymour must guess Rapunzelstiltskin's name before her evil stepmother will release her from the tower. Go-Go's parody of the "Peyton Place" soap opera goes on and on.... The world's most annoying DJ, Maury DeCay, is so annoying that even his creators insist he is a one-shot character. This issue features early work by legendary comics scribes Denny O'Neil and Steve Skeates, and art by future Batman artist Jim Aparo and underground comix legend Richard "Grass" Green. Photos of 1960s rock legends Paul Revere and the Raiders. Paul Revere and the Raiders; Our Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machine; Return to Peculiar Place; Rapunzelstiltskin (Part 2); The Wild Life and Adventures of Miss Bikini Luv; Maury DeCay: Disc Jockey. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.