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Comic books September 1963

  • Issue #47
    Sad Sack's Funny Friends (1955) 47

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  • Vol. 26 #6
    Saga Magazine (1950 2nd Series) Vol. 26 #6

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    Men's interest magazine focusing on Western adventure stories. 8.5" x 11", 98 pages, B&W.

  • Vol. 19 #3
    Saint Detective Magazine (1953-1967 King-Size) Pulp Vol. 19 #3

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  • Vol. 9 #7
    Saint Detective Magazine (1954-1966 King-Size) UK Reprints Vol. 9 #7

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  • Vol. 7 #1
    Scamp (1957-1963 Splendid Publications) Magazine Vol. 7 #1

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    Vintage men's interest magazine with articles, erotic short fiction stories, humorous adult comic strips, and tasteful nude/non-nude cheesecake pin-up pictorials. 8" x 10.5", 74 pages, B&W/Color. -MATURE READERS- Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #2
    Science Fiction Review (Franson 1963) 2

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    September 16, 1963. Published by Robert W. Franson and Dean M. Sandin. Brief reviews of books by Eric Frank Russell, Sam Moskowitz, A.E. Van Vogt, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Poul Anderson, Andre Norton, and others. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 4 pages.

  • Issue #3
    Science Fiction Review (Franson 1963) 3

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    September 30, 1963. Published by Robert W. Franson and Dean M. Sandin. Brief reviews of books by Fred Hoyle, Robert Heinlein, Jack Williamson, Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Bruce Bradbury, and others. 8.5-in. x 11-in.; black and white; 4 pages.

  • Issue #4
    Screen Facts 4
    Published Sep 1963

    Fall 1963. The Magazine of Hollywood's Past. In this issue: Betty Grable and Maria Ouspenskaya. 5.5-in. x 8.5-in.; black and white; 64 pages on white paper; slick covers. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #90
    Secret Hearts (1949) 90
    Published Sep 1963 by DC.

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    Cover art by John Romita. Not Good Enough for Him!; Betty is attracted to the impulsive Lee Fenton, but her boss warns her that he is rather immature, which she soon discovers for herself. When My Time Comes; Joan wonders about the world outside her small town, especially when Chris arrives and claims to be an experienced traveler. A Change of Heart, pencils by John Rosenberger. Dream with Danny!, pencils by John Romita. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #1
    Seymour, My Son (1963) 1
  • Vol. 3 #1
    Showcase (1960-1965 American Art Agency) Magazine Vol. 3 #1

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  • Issue #23
    Sick (1961) 23

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    Vol. 4 No. 1 Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 20 #1
    Sir! Magazine (1942) Vol. 20 #1

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    Articles on sports, crime, and adventuring, plus pin-up photos. 8" x 10.5". 66 pages. B&W. -MATURE READERS- Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #76
    Six-Gun Heroes (1950 Fawcett/Charlton) 76

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  • Vol. 4 #1
    South Sea Stories (1960-1964 Counterpoint Inc.) Vol. 4 #1

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  • Issue #53
    Space Adventures (1952 1st series) 53

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    Cover by Bill Montes & Ernie Bache. Stories by unknown. Art by Rocke Mastroserio, Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia, Bill Molno and unknown. Featuring: "The Men in the Moon"; "Island Earth"; "Awaiting World"; "The Wink of an Eye"; and the 2-page text story "Still Alive-In 1965?" 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #4
    Space Family Robinson (1962 Gold Key) 4

    Spiegle art appears in all issues of this series. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #6
    Space Man (1962-1972 Dell) 6

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    36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #24
    Space War (1959) 24

    Cover pencils by Dick Giordano. Stories by unknown. Art by Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, Bill Molno, Rocke Mastroserio and unknown. Featuring: "The Emerald Moon"; "Assault Force"; "Gift of the Mojii"; "The Hive Planet"; "The Ultimate Weapon"; and the 2-page text story "E. S. P."! 36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #35
    Spellbound (UK 1961-1966 L. Miller & Co.) 35

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    UK Reprint Series. Reprints material from Tales of Suspense (1959) #7, Baffling Mysteries (1952) #12, This Magazine is Haunted (1951 Fawcett/Charlton) #5, #6 & #10, Strange Tales (1951-1976 1st Series) #79, and Voodoo (1952 Ajax/Farrell) #5 and #9. 7.25-in x 9.5-in, 52 Pages, B&W.

  • Issue #6
    Spooky Spooktown (1961) 6
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Slab: Scuffing on front and back of case; Scuffing to inner well of case
    • File Copy.
    • Label #0912478006
  • Vol. 14 #9
    Stag Magazine (1949-1994) Vol. 14 #9

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    Vol. 14, No. 9. September 1963. Men's adventure magazine featuring articles on sports, hunting politics and crime. Illustrations by Walter Popp, Charles Copeland, Mort Kunstler. 8.5" x 11". 98 pages. Black and white. MATURE. Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #1
    Star-Studded Comics (1963 Texas Trio) 1

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    Star-Studded Comics 1 - September 1963 (Following content information for this issue, see a "Brief History of Star-Studded Comics" written by Rick Kelsey) Format: Four-color photo offset for cover and ditto interior Staple bound on side of pages. Original price was 35 cents Color cover by Howard Keltner features the Changling, the Defender, Doctor Weird, and the Astral Man. This was the first color cover EVER for a fandom-produced publication. "Let's Talk It Over!" column with notes and discussion by the Texas Trio. Stories:"The Defender in Slaves of the Brain Ray" A text story by Larry Herndon and illustrations by Richard "Grass" Green "Introducing Dr. Weird" Comic story with script and art by Howard Keltner "The Astral Man" A text story by Tommy Fisher "The Changling In Fearfull [sic] Weapon!" Comic story with script and art by Buddy Saunders A BRIEF HISTORY OF STAR-STUDDED COMICS by Rick Kelsey THE BEGINNING: On February 15, 1963, three young men who loved comic books met at a Carrollton, Texas home to talk about the hobby and the possibility of starting their own comic book. They did just that. The comic was called Star-Studded Comics and those three young men, Larry Herndon, Howard Keltner, and Buddy Saunders, became the "Texas Trio." When the "Texas Trio" started Star-Studded Comics in the early 1960s, it was an exciting time in comic books. New heroes and new teams were premiering like Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Magnus Robot Fighter, the Justice League of America. And old heroes were being revived like the Flash, Green Lantern, and Captain America. This was a time before VCRs, DVDs, CD-Roms, personal computers, and cellular phones and when checking your mail meant looking in the mailbox in front of your home not turning on the computer and logging onto the internet. Even comic books stores didn't exist. You got the latest issues of Batman, Superman, the Hulk, or Donald Duck from wire racks in convenience stores, drug stores, grocery stores, and the "five-and-10" shops such as Winn's, Ben Franklin's, and TG&Y. And comic book conventions weren't happening yet. All of that helped to make the entertainment value of comic books all the greater and all the more precious. Fans wanted to meet one another and one way to do that was to publish your own comic book or magazine. Many tried but few succeeded as well as "Star-Studded Comics." The problem? A fan-published comic or magazine didn't usually last or appear with the regularity and dependability of a professional comic. Many fan publications ended or went AWOL after one issue. If you think self-publishing today is a tough job, imagine doing that in the 1960s without computers, desktop publishing software, word processing programs, Fax machines, photo-copiers, a home printer, the internet, or even an electric typewriter. Then toss in the fact that there was little, if any, profit to be made publishing your own comic or magazine. So you couldn't make a living from that. Most of these fan publications were done out of the love of the hobby. And when all of your spare time from your job or school is spent working on a comic or mag, your enthusiasm and dedication can quickly fade. Yet, the "Texas Trio" published 18 issues of Star-Studded Comics and in its time became well-known among fans and professionals alike, gave many future comic writers and artists a start in the industry, and entertained many, many people. And today the comic is a collectors' item and a reminder of a wonderful time when comic books were one of the best entertainment sources and a great escape for youngsters. If you want to know more about the history of Star-Studded Comics and the super-heroes, villains, stories, and artwork that appeared in this publication, check out the book "The Best of Star-Studded Comics" by Bill Schelly which is available at the author's website www.billschelly.com Cover price $0.35.

  • Issue #344
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  • Issue #156
    Strange Adventures (1950 1st Series) 156
    • Staple rust.
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.
    • Cover detached at one staple. Staple rust with migration.

    "The Man with the Head of Saturn!"; the Atomic Knights in "Threat of the Witch-Woman" (art by Murphy Anderson). 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #112
    Strange Tales (1951-1976 1st Series) 112

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby. The Human Torch stars in "The Living Bomb!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Jerry Siegel [as Joe Carter] (script), art by Dick Ayers; A TV host starts a public campaign against the Human Torch; The Torchs efforts to regain his popularity fail, but when he stops the high tech thief the Eel from detonating a powerful bomb he is redeemed; First appearance of the Eel; Fantastic Four guest appearance. "The Man Who Dared!", art by Steve Ditko; A gem merchant hears of the world's largest ruby guarded by a legendary giant statue in Tibet; He travels to Tibet and steals the ruby, but his escape is cut off by a boulder as he drives his jeep down the mountain pass and he is startled to see the giant statue is alive and pursuing him. "I Saw the Impossible World!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Larry Lieber (script), pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Paul Reinman; A deserter from the Space Corps of the future finds a replica of his home town and friends on an alien world; A stranger reveals that they are illusions created from the imagination of those who visit this planet and that they disappear. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #112UK
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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 9d cover price. Cover pencils by Jack Kirby. The Human Torch stars in "The Living Bomb!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Jerry Siegel [as Joe Carter] (script), art by Dick Ayers; A TV host starts a public campaign against the Human Torch; The Torchs efforts to regain his popularity fail, but when he stops the high tech thief the Eel from detonating a powerful bomb he is redeemed; First appearance of the Eel; Fantastic Four guest appearance. "The Man Who Dared!", art by Steve Ditko; A gem merchant hears of the world's largest ruby guarded by a legendary giant statue in Tibet; He travels to Tibet and steals the ruby, but his escape is cut off by a boulder as he drives his jeep down the mountain pass and he is startled to see the giant statue is alive and pursuing him. "I Saw the Impossible World!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Larry Lieber (script), pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Paul Reinman; A deserter from the Space Corps of the future finds a replica of his home town and friends on an alien world; A stranger reveals that they are illusions created from the imagination of those who visit this planet and that they disappear. 36 pgs., full color.

  • Issue #41
    Submarine Attack (1958) 41

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    Stories by unknown. Art by Bill Montes & Ernie Bache and Sam Glanzman. It's America's first 2-man atomic sub in..."Mission to Murmansk"! Also featuring: "Phantom Cruiser" and "North of Norway"! Plus: 2-page text article "Don't Sink the Navy"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #53
    Sue and Sally Smith Flying Nurses (1962) 53

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    Cover by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia. Stories by Joe Gill? Art by Vince Colletta? and unknown. Sue and Sally drop on a primitive village in New Guinea -- face to face with headhunters in..."The Cure Was Courage"! Plus: The girls' latest mission takes them to Africa, where they meet movie star Aaron Kerr who is shooting a film nearby. Sally is drafted to replace actress Debby Dee when the female star contracts malaria, and she also has to distract a gossip columnist looking for scandal in "Sally's Safari"! Also: After a fight with her boyfriend, a girl takes some advice from her mother's diary in "The Quarrel!" And: 2-page text story "Service Star"! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #48
    Sugar and Spike (1956) 48
    Published Sep 1963 by DC.

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    Cover art by Sheldon Mayer. Stories starring Sugar & Spike: 4000 Year Old Baby!, Sugar Becomes an Indian Chief!, The Doggie that Wasn't!, and Little Arthur's Big Mistake! Scripts and art by Sheldon Mayer. Pint-Size Pin-Ups paper dolls by Mayer. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #309
    Summer Magic (1963 Movie Comics) 309

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    #10076-309 on cover. Photo cover of Nancy Carey (Hayley Mills) and Osh Popham (Burl Ives). Introductory page with six movie stills and text. "Summer Magic," art by Russ Manning; A widow who lives in Boston moves with her kids to the country. Trees, Number 16: Northern White Oaks, art by Jack Sparling. Movie still of Nancy Carey (photo of Hayley Mills) on back cover. Based on the 1963 Disney movie. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #107
    Superboy (1949-1979 1st Series DC) 107

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Superboy Club of Smallville!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Superboy infiltrates a "Superboy Club" which a husband-and-wife team of crooks is using for criminal purposes. Ad for Giant Superman Annual and Giant Batman Annual. "The Great Baroni!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Al Plastino; Superboy helps a down-and-out magician to perform an act that restores his self-confidence. Super-Turtle humor page by Henry Boltinoff. "Clark Kent, The Super-Showoff!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by George Papp; After a Red Kryptonite exposure, Clark Kent becomes a showoff, exposes his Superboy identity, and endangers his parents; After the Red K wears off, he concocts a ruse that covers his secret identity up again. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #71
    Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (1954) 71

    Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. The Plot Against Olsen!, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Olsen inadvertently spoils one of Mr. Mzyzptlk's pranks, the imp from the fifth dimension gets his revenge by creating three exact duplicates of the cub reporter which cause multiple problems for Jimmy. Jimmy Olsen Meets Cleopatra!, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Jimmy and Professor Potter appear to travel back through time to Ancient Egyptian times. The Nine Lives of Jimmy Olsen!, script by Edmond Hamilton, art by John Forte. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Vol. 10 #4
    Swank (1941-2016 Royal Publications) Magazine Vol. 10 #4

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    Long-running men's interest magazine featuring articles, fiction stories, adult cartoons, and nude photography. 8.5" x 11", 74 pages, B&W/Color. -MATURE READERS- Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #73
    Sweethearts Vol. 2 (1954-1973) 73

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    Edited by Pat Masulli. Cover inks by Dick Giordano. Stories by unknown. Art by Dick Giordano, Vince Colletta?, Tony Tallarico? and unknown. She and Bart were very much in love and so happy...until another came back into his life! Read..."My Big Mistake"! Also featuring: "The Loneliest Summer"; "Love Rivals"; and "Depression"! Plus: 2-page Martha Marsden Meditates text article. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #45
    Tales of Suspense (1959) 45
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    • 2" cumulative spine split.

    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Don Heck. "The Icy Fingers of Jack Frost!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Robert Bernstein (as R. Berns) (script), art by Don Heck; A washed up boxer saves Stark's life, and he hires him as a chauffeur; Meanwhile, a scientist fired by Stark creates a suit that gives him the power to freeze whatever is near him. Ad for The Avengers. "I Come From Far Centaurus!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Larry Lieber (script), pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Matt Fox; A greedy man is delighted when an alien shows that he will be rich, but he is sentenced to exile for fraud, and imprisoned on an asteroid where his money is useless. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #47
    Tales to Astonish (1959-1968 1st Series) 47
    • Staple rust with migration. Oxidation.
    • 1" Interior page tear.
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Standard, no notable issues
    • Label #0299239004
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    Cover by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. Music to Scream By, script by Stan Lee and Ernie Hart [H. E. Huntley], art by Don Heck; Ant-Man and the Wasp are caught by the music of Trago, the trumpet player, who has learned some mystic use of his trumpet in India. The Disappearance text story. The Smiling Gods!, script by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber, art by Larry Lieber and Matt Fox; Asian farmers pray to their gods for a good crop to appease their cruel overlord, and their grain grows so rapidly that it entangles and crushes him. Target...Earth!, script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; An alien lands on Earth with the intent of sizing up possible resistance to an invasion force. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #47UK
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    UK (England) edition, published simultaneously with the U.S. edition, and exactly like the U.S. edition except for UK cover price.

  • Issue #11-1ST
    Tarzan PB (1963-1964 Ballantine Novel) The Famous Tarzan Series 11-1ST

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    Volume 11 - 1st printing. "Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle!" By Edgar Rice Burroughs. BALLANTINE BOOKS made publishing history with the simultaneous publication of the first ten volumes in the series of twenty-two Tarzan books by EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS. These were followed in sequence by numbers eleven and twelve. NOW, with the simultaneous release of the last ten volumes, the entire Tarzan series is available in BALLANTINE BOOKS editions - all complete and unabridged, all authorized. Softcover, 4-in. x 7-in., 192 pages, Text Only. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #41
    Texas Rangers in Action (1956 Charlton) 41

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  • Issue #8
    Thirteen (1961-1971 Dell) 8

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    36 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #96
    Thor (1962-1996 1st Series Journey Into Mystery) 96
    • Water damage.
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    • Margin pieces torn from a few interior pages, slightly affects art. Cover detached.

    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Sol Brodsky. "Defying the Magic of... Mad Merlin!", script by Stan Lee (plot) and Robert Bernstein (script), art by Joe Sinnott; Merlin is awakened after a thousand years and immediately decides to try and take over the world; He battles Thor using familiar Washington D.C. monuments; Jane Foster appearance; Cameos by King Arthur and his knights, John F. Kennedy, Pierre Salinger, and Caroline Kennedy. The first half of a two-page text story, "The Traveler." "Call Her...Medusa!":, script by Stan Lee (plot) and Larry Lieber (script), pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Paul Reinman; The gorgons of myth were aliens and send an agent to modern Earth preceding an invasion. "Frederick Fenton's Future!", script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; An arrogant rich man builds a time machine in order gain the secret to eternal life from the future. 36 pgs., full color. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #96UK
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    UK Edition. "Mad Merlin!" Plot by Stan Lee, script by Robert Bernstein, art by Joe Sinnott. Jane Foster guest appearance. Cameos by King Arthur and his knights, John F. Kennedy, Pierre Salinger, and Caroline Kennedy. Back-up stories: "Call Her Medusa" with plot by Lee, script by Larry Lieber; "Frederick Fenton's Future" with script by Lee, art by Steve Ditko; and the first half of a two-page text story, "The Traveler." Kirby/Ayers cover.

  • Issue #20
    Three Nurses (1963) 20

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    Cover by Pat Masulli? & Dick Giordano. Stories by unknown. Art by Charles Nicholas & Vince Alascia. Despite feeling inadequate, Lee Barry is able to help a mother whose baby died and a professional wrestler with a brain tumor in "The Doubting Heart"! Nancy White is accosted by a gang of youths while visiting a sick mother and baby in "Nightmare"! And after three patients die during surgery, Dr. Howard Glenn suffers a crisis of confidence and seeks comfort by dating Nurse Anne Allen in "To Fill a Need"! Plus: 2-page text article "Making Medicine Meaningful" on recent medical advances and advice on first aid kits. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #19630907
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    Published 1963 (est.) by Fleetway.

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  • Issue #19630914
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    Published 1963 (est.) by Fleetway.

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  • Issue #19630921
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    Published 1963 (est.) by Fleetway.

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  • Issue #19630928
    Tiger (1954 Fleetway) UK 19630928
    Published 1963 (est.) by Fleetway.
    • Cover detached in one staple. Staple rust with migration. Spine break.
  • Issue #40
    Timmy the Timid Ghost (1956-1966 Charlton) 40
  • Sep 1963
    Topper (1961-1980 Peerless) Sep 1963

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    Vintage men's interest magazine that focuses heavily on the bachelor lifestyle with tons of articles that explore sexual health, erotic short fiction stories, adult humor comic strips, product reviews, and nude pin-up photography. - 8" x 10.5", 82 pages, Color/B&W. -MATURE READERS- Cover price $0.60.