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Paragon Illustrated (1972 Paragon Publications) comic books 1972

  • Issue #1
    Paragon Illustrated (1972 Paragon Publications) 1

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    Edited by Bill Black. Stories by Bill Black. Art by Bill Black and F. Stuart Smith. One of the first publications by AC Comics (back when it was still known as Paragon Publications), showcasing the lines early emphasis on Golden Age superheroes and Good Girl art. The first drawing of Synn (aka Girl from LSD) ever published; The Starmasters; A Nick Fury centerfold inspired by Steranko. Synn; Starmasters. 8.5-in. x 11-in. 36 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

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    Cover by Bill Black. Edited by Bill Black. Stories by Bill Black, Martin L. Greim and John H. Human. Art by Bill Black, Rebekah Black, Dick Calkins, Martin L. Greim, George Herriman and F. Stuart Smith. One of the first publications by AC Comics (back when it was still known as Paragon Publications), showcasing the lines early emphasis on Golden Age superheroes and Good Girl art. The Golden Age hero The Crimson Avenger; A discussion of the film The Pit and the Pendulum and other horror movies; The Buck Rogers comic strip. Falling / Man's Best Friend; The Starmasters; Buck Rogers in the 25th Century; Captain 3-D; From Out of the Past -- The Crimson Avenger; The Pit and the Pendulum; The Girl from.... LSD. 8.5-in. x 11-in. 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #3
    Paragon Illustrated (1972 Paragon Publications) 3
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    Cover by Bill Black. Edited by Bill Black. Stories by Bill Black, Martin L. Greim, H.P. Lovecraft, Jeannette Lohr, and Bob Cosgrove. Art by Bill Black, Don Newton, Martin L. Greim, F. Stuart Smith, Mike Royer, and Bob Cosgrove. One of the first publications by AC Comics (back when it was still known as Paragon Publications), showcasing the lines early emphasis on Golden Age superheroes and Good Girl art. Lovecrafts Necronomicon illustrated by F. Stuart Smith; Synesthesia (later known as Femforces Synn) joins forces with the Scarlet Scorpion to battle Alizarin Crimson in the Florida Everglades; An early article on the various conflicting comic-book characters named Captain Marvel. Dr. Fate; The Dunwich Horror; Excerpts from the Necronomicon of Abdul Alhazred; The Pallid Mask; Synesthesia Meets Alizarin Crimson!; Dream Walker; Horror As an Art Form; Captain Marvel Strikes Back ... Only to Fall Flat on His Face! 8.5-in. x 11-in. 40 pages, B&W. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #4
    Paragon Illustrated (1972 Paragon Publications) 4
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    Paragon Illustrated #4 features comics, short stories, interviews, and pictures from the realm of Sci-Fi and horror. Artists featured in this issue: William Black, Bob Cosgrove, Al Cuneo, Martin L. Greim, Chris Lewis, Don Newton, Mike Royer, Stuart Smith, and Jim Steranko. Writers featured: William Black, Gary Brown, Bob Cosgrove, Tom Fagan, Adriana Gomez, and Martin L. Greim. 56 pages, B&W, card-stock paper. Cover price $1.50.