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Comic books April 1971

  • Issue #39
    150 New Cartoons (1969) 39

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  • Issue #13
    5 x Infinito (Chilean 1970-1971 Zig-Zag) 13

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    Issue 13. April 1, 1971. Chilean reprint of "Legionarios del Espacio" (1968) #11. Illustrated by Esteban Maroto. Cover by Fernando Fernandez. Later reprinted for Continuity Comic as "Zero Patrol" with extensive reworking by Neal Adams. Also includes a 7-page "Johnny Galaxia" story by Jose Bea. 7" x 10.25". 32 pages. Color. NOTE: All text in Spanish.

  • Issue #20
    Abbott and Costello (1968 Charlton) 20

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  • Issue #399
    Action Comics (1938 DC) 399
    Published Apr 1971 by DC.

    Cover pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano. "Superman, You're Dead... Dead... Dead," script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; Superman is brought to the 24th century with other heroes from the past as part of a future history lesson, but he learns that he may really be the second duplicate Superman created after the first one from Krypton, died; Appearances by George Custer, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington. Untold Story of Superman's Childhood back-up, "Superbaby's Lost World!", script by Leo Dorfman (as Geoff Brown), pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Murphy Anderson; The Kents' happy day at an amusement park is disrupted when two jewel thieves stumble on super-powered baby Clark. Letter to the editor from comics writer Martin Pasko. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1971
    Adventure (1910-1971 Ridgway/Butterick/Popular) Pulp Apr 1971

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  • Issue #405
    Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) 405

    Cover pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by Dick Giordano. Starfire's Revenge! starring Supergirl, Starfire, Rodney Ames, Derek Ames, and Professor Kangle, script and pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by Dick Giordano; Supergirl battles Starfire. A letter to the editor from Bob Rozakis. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Apr 1971
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  • Issue #178
    Adventures of the Big Boy (1956) 178
  • Vol. 16 #4
    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (1956 Davis-Dell) Vol. 16 #4

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  • Issue #95
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) 95

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    Cover pencils by John Romita, inks by Sal Buscema. Trap For A Terrorist, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita, inks by Sal Buscema; Peter heads for England looking for Gwendy but is forced to fight terrorists as Spider-Man; Realizing that Peter Parker can't show up with Spidey already swinging around, Pete heads home, leaving Gwendy in mourning for her father. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 76. 32 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #95UK
    Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) UK Edition 95UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 1/- cover price. Cover pencils by John Romita, inks by Sal Buscema. Trap For A Terrorist, script by Stan Lee, pencils by John Romita, inks by Sal Buscema; Peter heads for England looking for Gwendy but is forced to fight terrorists as Spider-Man; Realizing that Peter Parker can't show up with Spidey already swinging around, Pete heads home, leaving Gwendy in mourning for her father. Reprinted in Marvel Tales # 76. 32 pgs.

  • Vol. 2 #23
    Amra (1959) fanzine Vol. 2 #23
    Published 1971 (est.) by George H. Scithers.

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  • Vol. 2 #54
    Amra (1959) fanzine Vol. 2 #54

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    Amra Vol. 2, #54, April, 1971. Roy G. Krenkel cover art. This issue features L. Sprague de Camp Roy G. Krenkel, John Brunner, Dave Cockrum, Poul Anderson, John Boardman, more. Amra was a two-time Hugo winner. 6 7/8-in. x 9 7/8-in.; black and white; 24 pages.

  • Vol. 87 #2
    Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact (1960-Present Dell) Vol. 87 #2
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    April 1971. Stories: "The World Menders" (conclusion) by Lloyd Biggle Jr., "The Unreachable Stars" by Stanley Schmidt, "Heart's Desire and Other Simple Wants" by W. Macfarlane, and "Higher Centers" by F. Paul Wilson. Science Fact article, "Real Science for Real Problems" by John R. Pierce. Cover by Kelly Freas. Illustrations by Kelly Freas and Vincent diFate. Softcover, 5.5-in. x 7.5-in.; 178 newsprint pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #56
    Aquaman (1962 1st Series) 56

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    Cover art by Nick Cardy. The Creature that Devoured Detroit!, script by Steve Skeates, art by Jim Aparo; while waiting to appear on a talk show, Aquaman learns that Detroit is being covered by algae from Lake Erie. The Cave of Death!, script by Steve Skeates, art by Jim Aparo; Aquagirl rescues a kid playing near a cave. Last 15c cover-priced issue. NOTE: Next issue, #57, isn't published until Sept. 1979. 36 pgs. $0.15. NOTE: Aquaman #56 and Sub-Mariner #72 is the infamous hidden DC/Marvel crossover! Writer Steve Skeates, unbeknownst to the editorial staffs of Marvel and DC, creates the very first intercompany crossover between the Big Two. Aquaman battles a creature that at the end of the issue explodes in outer space. A few years later, the very same creature emerges in the Marvel Universe from an explosion in outer space. This has to be one of the most underrated and coolest hidden gems in Comics History. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #208
    Archie (1943) 208

    Dan DeCarlo, Rudy Lapick cover. Frank Doyle scripts unless noted, Harry Lucey pencils unless noted, Marty Epp inks unless noted, Bill Yoshida letters. Li'l Jinx by Joe Edwards. "The Project": Archie's science fair project wins a special viewing area (5 pages). Li'l Jinx in "Non-Cents" Jinx has trouble securing a friendly loan (1 page). The Archies in"Arrival": The group makes a grand entrance (6 pages). "The Bargain": Mr. Lodge pays the price for not counting the cost (5 pages). Archie's Teach-In in "Toe the Line": Betty provides some facts about footwear (Gus LeMoine pencils, Jon D'Agostino inks, 2 pages). Archie the 1st in "The Birth of the What?" The stone-age Archies manage to discover themselves (5 pages). 36 pages. Full-color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #41
    Archie and Me (1964) 41

    "Trouble Seat"; Mr. Weatherbee sits on a varnished chair courtesy of Archie whereby the teenager tries to assist Mr. Weatherbee in removing the chair but only gets into more trouble. Archie Club News. "Memories"; Archie's demands from the Board of Education lands him in hot water. "The Bee's Knees"; Waldo Weatherbee goes back in time to reminisce about his days in high school. "A Look See!" one-page Li'l Jinx story. "Missing Link"; Mr. Weatherbee goes on a school-wide investigation as to why Archie is so quiet that day. 36 pgs., full color. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #184
    Archie's Girls Betty and Veronica (1951) 184
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    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. Birds Of A Feather, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo, inks by Rudy Lapick; Mr. Lodge asks Betty to keep Veronica from meeting an unsuitable boy. Springboard To Maturity, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Stan Goldberg, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie and Reggie throw snowballs at the girls. Say It Isn't Sew, script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty works around the clock to make a dress for her date with Archie. Mad, Mad Fad, script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Veronica wears a maxi coat to go ice skating. 36 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #159
    Archie's Joke Book (1953) 159
  • Issue #63
    Archie's Pals 'n' Gals (1955) 63

    Cover art by Dan DeCarlo. "The Accounting," script and art by Al Hartley; Archie wants a cut of the tax deduction his father gets for his dependency. "It Leaves Me Cold," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx makes her dad a snack. "Hold Tight," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Bill Vigoda; Archie and Reggie heckle Jughead during his oral report. "The Master Mind," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; Midge invites Reggie for a date ice skating, but Reggie's paranoia over Moose won't let him enjoy it. "Dance of Romance," script by George Gladir; Mr. Lodge tries to show Veronica and Archie what real dancing is. "Dangerous Mission," script and pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Mario Acquaviv; Archie and Reggie encounter an alien robot capable of statistically predicting the future. "The Idol," art by Al Hartley; Against his better judgement, Mr. Weatherbee makes Archie Honorary Junior Assistant Principal. "Something in Common," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx compares herself to several former Presidents. "Google-Eyed," script and pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; Ethel wins a date with a famous movie star looking to promote his latest film. "Big Brother," script by Frank Doyle, pencils by Bill Vigoda, inks by Joe Edwards; Reggie tries to cozy up to an attractive young woman by befriending her spoiled brat younger brother. Moose illustration by Jon D'Agostino. "End of the Trail," script by Dick Malmgren, pencils by Bob Bolling; Archie teams with Dilton to keep Reggie from interfering with Archie's date with Veronica. "A Shattering Experience," pencils by Bob Bolling, inks by Rudy Lapick; Archie's attempts at fixing Mr. Weatherbee's broken window only make things worse. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 372 #4
    Argosy Part 5: Argosy Magazine (1943-1979 Popular) Vol. 372 #4

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  • Vol. 4 #3
    Armchair Detective (1967-1997 Mysterious Press) Vol. 4 #3

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  • Issue #5
    Astonishing Tales (1970) 5

    Cover pencils by John Buscema and Marie Severin (alterations), inks by John Verpoorten and Marie Severin. Rampage!, script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith], inks by Frank Giacoia; Ka-Zar is taken to the Pool that Garokk drank from that made him immortal; He is attacked by the Guardian of the Pool but he manages to defeat him and then cast Garokk into the Pool where he loses his immortality and dies. Advertisement reproducing covers for Fear #3 and Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #18. A Land Enslaved!, script by Larry Lieber, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Mike Esposito; Dr. Doom returns to Latveria and defeats Red Skull and his Exiles to regain his kingdom. Stan Lee's Soapbox. 32 pgs. $0.15. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #5UK
    Astonishing Tales (1970) UK Edition 5UK

    United Kingdom edition. Cover pencils by John Buscema and Marie Severin (alterations), inks by John Verpoorten and Marie Severin. Rampage!, script by Gerry Conway, pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith [as Barry Smith], inks by Frank Giacoia; Ka-Zar is taken to the Pool that Garokk drank from that made him immortal; He is attacked by the Guardian of the Pool but he manages to defeat him and then cast Garokk into the Pool where he loses his immortality and dies. Advertisement reproducing covers for Fear #3 and Nick Fury, Agent of Shield #18. A Land Enslaved!, script by Larry Lieber, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Mike Esposito; Dr. Doom returns to Latveria and defeats Red Skull and his Exiles to regain his kingdom. Stan Lee's Soapbox.

  • Issue #87
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) 87
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    "Look Homeward, Avenger!" Origin of the Black Panther. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Frank Giacoia. Inks by Sal Buscema. Cover by John Buscema and John Verpoorten. Feeling melancholy and homesick, T'Challa shares his personal story with Earth's Mightiest Heroes for the first time. The panther speaks about his childhood in Wakanda, the death of his father, his initial encounter with A.I.M., and the new leadership void in his homeland. The Black Panther has a big decision to make: stay with the Avengers or return to Wakanda. What will T'Challa do? Flashback cameos by Klaw, Advanced Idea Mechanics, and T'Chaka. Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Goliath, Iron Man, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Thor, and the Vision. (Note: The Black Panther appears next in Astonishing Tales 6 & 7 for a clash with Doctor Doom.) 32 pages. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #87NDS
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) National Diamond 87NDS
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    National Diamond Sales Advertisement Insert Variant. The Black Panther's origin is retold in "Look Homeward, Avenger!" Script by Roy Thomas, pencils by Frank Giacoia, inks by Sal Buscema. Avengers roll call: Goliath, Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, the Black Panther, and the Vision. Thor and Iron Man guest star. John Buscema/John Verpoorten cover. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #87UK
    Avengers (1963 1st Series) UK Edition 87UK

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    UK edition. Identical to US edition, but has 1/- cover price. "Look Homeward, Avenger!" Origin of the Black Panther. Script by Roy Thomas. Pencils by Frank Giacoia. Inks by Sal Buscema. Cover by John Buscema and John Verpoorten. Feeling melancholy and homesick, T'Challa shares his personal story with Earth's Mightiest Heroes for the first time. The panther speaks about his childhood in Wakanda, the death of his father, his initial encounter with A.I.M., and the new leadership void in his homeland. The Black Panther has a big decision to make: stay with the Avengers or return to Wakanda. What will T'Challa do? Flashback cameos by Klaw, Advanced Idea Mechanics, and T'Chaka. Avengers Lineup: Black Panther, Goliath, Iron Man, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Thor, and the Vision. (Note: The Black Panther appears next in Astonishing Tales 6 & 7 for a clash with Doctor Doom.) 32 pages.

  • Issue #94
    Baby Huey the Baby Giant (1956) 94

    A gigantic duckling toddler with strength to match, well-meaning Huey creates slapstick havoc wherever he goes. With his new construction set, Huey builds a robot that's even more powerful than he is. Papa sees dollar signs and tries to sell the robot to the Duckland military. Cousin Dimwit and Huey accidentally ride an automatic vacuum cleaner on an epic cross-country journey. The mice trick Katnip into thinking he's a Western movie star. Cousin Quacko; Clothes Make the Duck; Reducing; The Unknown Hero; Toby Turtle; On the Job; The Constructo Man; Dimwit Strikes it Rich; The Two Kittens; A Pair of Shoes; The Wall; Herman and Katnip: Shootout. 64 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 11 #3
    Bachelor (1960-1977 Magtab) Magazine Vol. 11 #3

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  • Issue #6
    Banana Splits (1969) 6

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    Photo cover. Comic book adventures of the Banana Splits, Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper, and Snorky, from the Saturday morning show "The Banana Splits Adventure Hour which aired from 1968 to 1970. The Banana Splits in "The Kangaroonies" and "Sillyfaced Paleface." Issue also has Gold Key Comics Club News. No story/art credits given. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #230
    Batman (1940) 230
    Tags: Batman
    Published Apr 1971 by DC.
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    Cover pencils by Neal Adams, inks by Dick Giordano. "Take-Over of Paradise!", script by Frank Robbins, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; Batman disrupts violent protests and organizes the young people on the streets in order to put them on the right path protest; After a new housing project is announced, they commit violence again. Robin the Boy Wonder in "Danger Comes A-Looking!", script by Mike Friedrich, pencils by Irv Novick, inks by Dick Giordano; Robin discovers who bombed the ROTC building on Hudson University. Letter to the editor from comics writer and DC "Answer Man" Bob Rozakis. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #536
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  • Issue #537
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  • Issue #538
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  • Issue #539
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  • Issue #1706
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  • Issue #1707
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  • Issue #1708
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  • Issue #23
    Beep Beep the Road Runner (1966 Gold Key) 23

    Comic book adventures of the famous Warner Bros. cartoon characters The Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote. The Road Runner in "From Bad to Verse," "Fright with an Appetite," and "Quiet Riot." Issue also has Daffy Duck in a reprint from a previous issue "A Fling in the Ring," one-page text feature "Finder Weepers," and Gold Key Comics Club News Features. No story/art credits given. # on cover: 10189-104 April. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #794
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  • Issue #795
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  • Issue #796
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  • Issue #797
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  • Issue #34
    Betty and Me (1966) 34

    "His Brown Eyes Were My Undoing"; The puppy that Archie buys Veronica at Betty's suggestion only likes Betty. "I Repeat"; Mr. Weatherbee has a learning tip for Betty. Betty answers letters submitted by Archie readers. "The Daydreamer"; Betty imagines being Veronica. "No Strings," script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx gets frustrated with trying to make a necklace. "Half Hearted"; Archie gets Betty to clean his room for him. "Now You're Cooking With Gas"; Archie talks about the reasons for cooking food, and how it began. "Testing 1-2-3..."; Archie asks Betty to help him make Veronica nicer. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.15.

  • Issue #14
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 23 (1971) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #15
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 23 (1971) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #16
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 23 (1971) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #17
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    Bible-in-Life Pix Vol. 23 (1971) - Sunday Pix was a Christian comic book published weekly by David C. Cook. 5 1/2-in. x 8 1/2-in., 16 pages.

  • Issue #2
    Blazing Six-Guns (1971) 2

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    Cover by Dick Ayers and John Severin. Edited by Sol Brodsky. Stories and art by Len Wein, Dick Ayers, Bill Everett, Frank Bolle, Carmine Infantino, Mo Marcus, Howard Larsen and Gardner Fox. Reprints of Western action from the 1950s, plus some new material. The Sundance Kid; a 3-D Red Mask story by Fox. Final issue of the series. 48 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #34
    Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery (1963 Gold Key) 34

    The fiery shadow of "Dragondoom" covered the countryside, leaving devastation in its wake! The 12 page story is written by Len Wein and drawn by John Celardo. Plus: 8 page story Cry "Monster!" drawn by Jose Delbo; 1 page text story "The Monster Worms" drawn by Joe Certa; 4 page story "A Sore Point!" drawn by Jack Sparling. Painted cover by George Wilson. Cover price $0.15.