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Comic books November 1974

  • Issue #11
    Marvel Spectacular (1973) 11
    Published Nov 1974 by Marvel.

    Reprints Thor (1962-1996 1st Series) #140. "The Growing Man!" Story by Stan Lee. Art by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta. Thor returns to Midgard and must immediately face the immense power of the Growing Man (1st appearance). And, lurking in the shadows is the sinister time-traveler Kang the Conqueror. Plus, the back-up feature Tales of Asgard - "Summons!" By Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Originally presented in Thor #126. Cover price $0.25.

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    Marvel Spectacular (1973) Mark Jewelers 11MJ

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  • Issue #47
    Marvel Super Heroes (1967 1st Series) 47

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    Cover art by Jim Starlin. Turning Point, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Marie Severin, inks by Frank Giacoia; Betty bemoans her loss of Bruce; Bruce, in disguise, bemoans his circumstances, then transforms into Hulk who flees his hotel room in typical Hulk fashion--through the wall; Outside, Hulk sees a 'flying saucer' and leaps to bring it down so the aliens can take him far from Earth; reprinted from Tales to Astonish #92. It Walks Like A Man, script by Stan Lee, art by Dan Adkins; Returning to Atlantis, Namor and Dorma observe a submarine dump a barrel of radioactive waste; The man-shaped 'It' rises from spilled waste and destroys a Navy offshore platform; reprinted from Tales to Astonish #92. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. Jim Starlin Cover. Reprints Tales to Astonish #92. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #55
    Marvel Tales (1964 Marvel) 55

    Reprints Amazing Spider-Man # 74. Dr. Curt Conners, AKA the Lizard, gets up on the wrong side of the bed as usual in "If this be Bedlam!" Script by Stan Lee; breakdowns by John Romita Sr., art by Jim Mooney. Romita cover. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #27
    Marvel Team-Up (1972 1st Series) 27

    "A Friend in Need!" Guest-starring Spider-Man and the Hulk. Script by Len Wein. Pencils by Jim Mooney. Inks by Frank Giacoia and Dave Hunt. Cover by Jim Starlin. The crafty Chameleon tricks the Incredible Hulk into helping him break a friend out of prison! Can Spider-Man stop them? Cameo appearance by Ned Leeds. (Notes: This issue was reprinted in Marvel Treasury Edition 27. The letters page contains Marvel Value Stamp series A #68 Son of Satan.) 32 pages Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #22
    Marvel Triple Action (1972) 22

    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Frank Giacoia. "Among Us Walks... a Goliath!," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Don Heck, inks by Frank Giacoia (as Frankie Ray); Giant-Man returns to the line-up, but with a new name, Goliath, and a more limited size-changing power; The Avengers defeat the Collector, who has kidnapped the Wasp; reprinted from The Avengers (1963 series) #28. 36 pgs., full color. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #6
    Marvel Two-in-One (1974 1st Series) 6
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    • Label #1011482006

    Doctor Strange guest stars in "Death-Song of Destiny!" Script by Steve Gerber, pencils by George Tuska, inks by Mike Esposito. A giant rat is running amuck in downtown New York and only the Thing and the Master of Mystic Arts, Doctor Strange, can stop its rampage before it's too late. The letters page contains a sketch by Dave Cockrum and Marvel Value Stamp # 47 (the Green Goblin by Gil Kane). Jim Starlin cover pencils. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Issue #53
    Marvel's Greatest Comics (1969) 53

    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott. "When Fall the Mighty," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott; The FF defeat the Thinker but they are then attacked by the still brainwashed Ben and the Thinker's android; Reprinted from Fantastic Four #70. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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  • Vol. 89 #2
    Master Detective (1929) True Crime Magazine Vol. 89 #2
    • 1/2" cumulative spine split.

    Volume 89 - Issue 2, February 1972. 8" x 10.5", 82 pages, B&W. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #22
    Master of Kung Fu (1974 Marvel) 22

    "A Fortune of Death!" Script by Doug Moench, pencils by Paul Gulacy, inks by Dan Adkins. When Shang Chi breaks open a fortune cookie he receives a message of death. And, before he knows it, the Master of Kung Fu is in for the fight of his life. The letters page includes Marvel Value Stamp series A. John Buscema cover pencils. Cover price $0.25.

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    Mark Jeweler Advertisement Insert Variant. "A Fortune of Death!" Script by Doug Moench, pencils by Paul Gulacy, inks by Dan Adkins. When Shang Chi breaks open a fortune cookie he receives a message of death. And, before he knows it, the Master of Kung Fu is in for the fight of his life. The letters page includes Marvel Value Stamp series A. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 23 #11
    Men Magazine (1952-1982 Zenith Publishing Corp.) Vol. 23 #11

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  • Vol. 14 #6
    Men Today (1961-1976 Emtee Publishing Co.) Vol. 14 #6

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  • Issue #150
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 150

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    40 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Kevin the Bold cover by Kreigh Collins. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Enrique Romero), Batman (by Bob Kane), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Phil Mendoza), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), The Seekers (by John Burns and Les Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Fawn (by Joe Wehrle), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Steve Roper and Mike Nomad (by Allen and John Saunders and Bill Overgard), Little Orphan Annie (by Harold Gray), Tarzan (by Paul Reinman), and Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Air Hawk, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Kevin the Bold (by Kreigh Collins). Cover price $0.89.

  • Issue #151
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 151

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    40 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Paul Temple cover. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Enrique Romero), Batman (by Bob Kane), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Phil Mendoza), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), The Seekers (by John Burns and Les Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Fawn (by Joe Wehrle), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Steve Roper and Mike Nomad (by Allen and John Saunders and Bill Overgard), Little Orphan Annie (by Harold Gray), Tarzan (by Paul Reinman), and Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J. Grassi). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Air Hawk, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Kevin the Bold (by Kreigh Collins). Cover price $0.89.

  • Issue #152
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 152

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    40 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Heart of Juliet Jones cover by Stan Drake. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Enrique Romero), Batman (by Bob Kane), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Phil Mendoza), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Red Barry (by Will Gould), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), The Seekers (by John Burns and Les Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Fawn (by Joe Wehrle), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Steve Roper and Mike Nomad (by Allen and John Saunders and Bill Overgard), Little Orphan Annie (by Harold Gray), Tarzan (by Paul Reinman), and Scarth A.D. 2195 (by Luis Roca and Jo Addams). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Air Hawk, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Kevin the Bold (by Kreigh Collins). Also in this issue: article on artist Jeff Jones. Cover price $0.89.

  • Issue #153
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 153

    40 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Captain Easy cover. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Enrique Romero), Batman (by Bob Kane), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Phil Mendoza), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Garth (by Frank Bellamy and Jim Edgar), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), The Seekers (by John Burns and Les Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Fawn (by Joe Wehrle), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Steve Roper and Mike Nomad (by Allen and John Saunders and Bill Overgard), Little Orphan Annie (by Harold Gray), Tarzan (by Paul Reinman), and Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J. Grassi). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Air Hawk, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Kevin the Bold (by Kreigh Collins). Cover price $0.89.

  • Issue #154
    Menomonee Falls Gazette (1971) 154

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    40 pages in two sections. Tabloid-sized 11-1/4-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Kerry Drake cover by Alfred Andriola. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Johnny Hazard (by Frank Robbins), Rip Kirby (by John Prentice and Fred Dickenson), Rick O'Shay (by Stan Lynde), Secret Agent Corrigan (by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson), Modesty Blaise (by Peter O'Donnell and Enrique Romero), Batman (by Bob Kane), Captain Easy (by Bill Crooks and Jim Lawrence), Paul Temple (by Francis Durbridge and Phil Mendoza), Steve Canyon (by Milton Caniff), Dr. Kildare (by Ken Bald), Mary Perkins On Stage (by Leonard Starr), The Phantom (by Lee Falk and Sy Barry), Superman (by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, and Wayne Boring), Scarth A.D. 2195 (luis Roca and Jo Addams), The Spirit (by Will Eisner), Jeff Cobb (by Pete Hoffman), Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors (by John Dixon), The Seekers (by John Burns and Les Lilley), Jeff Hawke (by Sydney Jordan), The Heart of Juliet Jones (by Stan Drake), James Bond (by Larry Horak and Jim Lawrence), Tug Transom (by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall), Fawn (by Joe Wehrle), Flash Gordon (by Dan Barry), Buz Sawyer (by Roy Crane and Hank Schlensker), Kerry Drake (by Alfred Andriola), Brick Bradford (by Paul Norris), Dick Tracy (by Chester Gould), Peter Scratch (by Lou Fine), Mandrake the Magician (by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks), Ben Casey (by Neal Adams), Steve Roper and Mike Nomad (by Allen and John Saunders and Bill Overgard), Little Orphan Annie (by Harold Gray), Tarzan (by Paul Reinman), and Gunner (by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo J. Grassi). Sunday strips: Prince Valiant (by Hal Foster), Steve Canyon, Air Hawk, Mary Perkins On Stage, Tarzan (by Russ Manning), Johnny Hazard, and Kevin the Bold (by Kreigh Collins). Cover price $0.89.

  • Issue #72
    Menomonee Falls Guardian (1973) 72

    16 pages in one section. Tabloid-sized 11-14-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Captain Easy cover by Leslie Turner. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Conchy (by James Childress), Tumbleweeds (by Tom K. Ryan), Broom Hilda (by Russell Myers), Pogo (by Walt Kelly), Gasoline Alley (by Dick Moores), B.C. (by Johnny Hart), Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye (by E.C. Segar), Frank and Ernest (by Bob Thaves), Beetle Bailey (by Mort Walker), Alley Oop (by Dave Graue), Boon Dock (by George Breisacher), Joe Palooka (by Tony DiPreta), Mickey Finn (by Morris Weiss), Captain Easy (by Leslie Turner), and Gordo (by Gus Arriola). Sunday strips: Conchy and Broom Hilda. Also in this issue: Feiffer by Jules Feiffer and The Heroes' League by R.C. Harvey. Cover price $0.49.

  • Issue #73
    Menomonee Falls Guardian (1973) 73

    16 pages in one section. Tabloid-sized 11-14-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Born Loser cover by Art Sansom. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Conchy (by James Childress), Tumbleweeds (by Tom K. Ryan), Broom Hilda (by Russell Myers), Pogo (by Walt Kelly), Gasoline Alley (by Dick Moores), B.C. (by Johnny Hart), Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye (by E.C. Segar), Frank and Ernest (by Bob Thaves), Beetle Bailey (by Mort Walker), Alley Oop (by Dave Graue), Boon Dock (by George Breisacher), Joe Palooka (by Tony DiPreta), Mickey Finn (by Morris Weiss), and Gordo (by Gus Arriola). Sunday strips: Conchy and Broom Hilda. Also in this issue: Feiffer by Jules Feiffer, Road-Runners by Robert Staszak, and The Born Loser by Art Sansom. Cover price $0.49.

  • Issue #74
    Menomonee Falls Guardian (1973) 74

    16 pages in one section. Tabloid-sized 11-14-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). Pogo cover by Walt Kelly. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Conchy (by James Childress), Tumbleweeds (by Tom K. Ryan), Broom Hilda (by Russell Myers), Pogo (by Walt Kelly), Gasoline Alley (by Dick Moores), B.C. (by Johnny Hart), Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye (by E.C. Segar), Frank and Ernest (by Bob Thaves), Beetle Bailey (by Mort Walker), Alley Oop (by Dave Graue), Boon Dock (by George Breisacher), Joe Palooka (by Tony DiPreta), Mickey Finn (by Morris Weiss), the Born Loser (by Art Sansom), and Gordo (by Gus Arriola). Sunday strips: Conchy and Broom Hilda. Also in this issue: Feiffer by Jules Feiffer and The Heroes League by R.C. Harvey. Cover price $0.49.

  • Issue #75
    Menomonee Falls Guardian (1973) 75

    16 pages in one section. Tabloid-sized 11-14-in. x 17-1/2-in. (standard horizontal tabloid fold not considered a defect). B.C. cover by Johnny Hart. Comic strip reprints (six daily strips for each): Conchy (by James Childress), Tumbleweeds (by Tom K. Ryan), Broom Hilda (by Russell Myers), Pogo (by Walt Kelly), Gasoline Alley (by Dick Moores), B.C. (by Johnny Hart), Thimble Theatre Starring Popeye (by E.C. Segar), Frank and Ernest (by Bob Thaves), Beetle Bailey (by Mort Walker), Alley Oop (by Dave Graue), Boon Dock (by George Breisacher), Joe Palooka (by Tony DiPreta), Mickey Finn (by Morris Weiss), the Born Loser (by Art Sansom), and Gordo (by Gus Arriola). Sunday strips: Conchy and Broom Hilda. Also in this issue: Feiffer by Jules Feiffer and Road-Runners by Robert Staszak. Cover price $0.49.

  • Vol. 24 #11
    Modern Man Magazine (1951-1976 PDC) Vol. 24 #11

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  • Vol. 69 #11
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  • Issue #27
    Monsters on the Prowl (1971) 27

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Klein. Sserpo! the Creature Who Crushed the Earth!, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by George Klein; A growth serum is abandoned and eaten by a lizard, which grows big enough to menace the Earth; The world is only saved when a scientist, the great-grandson of the inventor of the serum, contacts aliens on Jupiter, who use their advanced technology to restore the creature to normal. Earth Will Be Lost Tonight!, script by Larry Lieber and Stan Lee (plot), pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; An agent signs a mysterious singer who is an instant hit; The agent finds that the singer is an alien whose next record will help his people conquer Earth. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #27MJ
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  • Issue #9
    Monsters Unleashed (1973) 9

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    Edited by Tony Isabella. Cover by Earl Norem. The Atomic Monster text story, script by Tony Isabella, art by Arvell Jones. The Conscience of the Creature, script by Doug Moench, art by Val Mayerik; Frankenstein Monster takes the unconscious Julie Winters and tries to find her a home. The Jewel That Snarled At Slight Greed, script by Doug Moench, art by Don Perlin. Several Meaningless Deaths text story by Steve Gerber. Snowbird In Hell, script by Chris Claremont, art by Yong Montano. 68 pgs., color. $0.75. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #767
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  • Vol. 19 #2
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    Vintage men's interest magazine focused on articles, erotic short fiction stories, adult humor comics, and nude pin-up pictorials. 8.5" x 11", 68 pages, B&W/Color. -MATURE READERS-

  • Issue #31
    My Love (1969) 31
    Published Nov 1974 by Marvel.

    Reprints. Cover by Gene Colan & John Romita, Sr. and Marie Severin. Edited by Roy Thomas. (Original edits by Roy Thomas and Stan Lee.) Stories by Joy Jackson and Stan Lee. Art by Jim Mooney & Frank McLaughlin, John Buscema & Vince Colletta and unknown. Dedicated to the fearless, fabulous females of Women's Lib! Featuring: "The Movement...Or My Heart!"; "Another Kind of Love!"; and "Why Didn't He Ask Me?" Plus: "Suzan Says" advice column by Suzan Lane Loeb. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #20
    Mystery Comics Digest (1972 Gold Key) 20

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    Horror and suspense stories reprinted from Gold Keys Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery. The Woman Who Loved Cats, Miracle From the Deep, Ring of Fear, and more. Stories and art by Joe Orlando, Jerry Robinson, Donald Glut, Eric Freiwald, Robert Schaefer, Dick Wood, Joe Certa, Win Mortimer, Sal Trapani, Frank Bolle, Angelo Torres, Tom Gill, Al McWilliams, Fred Fredericks, and Bill Ziegler. 4.75 x 6.5.132 pages. Painted cover by George Wilson. Cover price $0.59. Cover price $0.59.

  • Issue #1974-11
    National Lampoon (1970) 1974-11

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    November 1974. Civics. Nixon's post-Watergate resume; Constitutional Comics, with art by Russ Heath and Don Perlin; the Gerald Ford jokes just keep coming. Stories and art by Sean Kelly, P.J. O'Rourke, Frank Springer (as Francis Hollidge), Bobby London, M. K. Brown, Gahan Wilson, Shary Flenniken, Byron Preiss and Ralph Reese, Michael Gross, Henry Beard and Doug Kenney. Plus letters from the editors, cartoons, and Foto Funnies. Mature readers. Cover by Don Ivan Punchatz. Cover price $1.00.

  • Issue #1
    Nostalgia Illustrated Vol. 1 1

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  • Vol. 43 #11
    Official Detective Stories (1934-1995 Detective Stories Publishing) Vol. 43 #11
  • Vol. 3 #11
    Oui (1972-2008 Playboy Productions) Magazine Vol. 3 #11

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  • Issue #274
    Our Army at War (1952) 274
    Published Nov 1974 by DC.

    Cover art by Joe Kubert. Home Is the Hero starring Sgt. Rock, script by Bob Kanigher, art by George Evans. Last Mission, Bob Kanigher's Gallery of War, script by Bob Kanigher, art by Ric Estrada. Letters page art by Kubert. Artillery battle album featuring the 105mm Howitzer, art by Sam Glanzman. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #274MJ
    Our Army at War (1952) Mark Jewelers 274MJ

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  • Issue #151
    Our Fighting Forces (1954) 151

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    Jack Kirby art. 36 Pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.20.

  • Issue #151MJ
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  • Issue #22
    Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (1972 Charlton) 22

    Fabian's First Again, Cindy says she will date winner of test between Bamm-Bamm and Fabian. Something Special. Lucky Schleprock. Rin-Din-Din. Happy Birthday. Boners, Moaners, and Groaners text story. Meet The Champ. Dumped. Featuring Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm (from The Flintstones) as teenagers. 36 pgs. $0.25. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #295
    Pep Comics (1940-1987 Archie) 295

    Cover pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Pack Track," pencils by Bob Bolling; Mr Bunsen takes the gang backpacking in the wide open spaces. "The Blood Hound," pencils by Bob Bolling; Someone is writing love letters to Midge. "A Low Dolly" one-page story, script and art by Joe Edwards; Jinx finds her old dolly. Archie Club News: Articles by readers on friends by Fay Dillof of Rye, NY; on Archie's Restaurant by Pat Myron of Markham, Ill; and on Archie comics by Robin Hunter of Twin Lakes, Michigan. Two one-page Josie and the Pussycats stories. Jughead Pin Up, pencils by Dan DeCarlo. "Surf Ragettes," pencils by Dan DeCarlo; Betty and Veronica want to win the large Surfing Trophy cup instead of the tiny Girls Surfing trophy. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #62
    Phantom (1962 Gold Key/King/Charlton) 62

    Featuring: 24 page Phantom foreign reprint story "The Trap!" starring the Phantom, Diana Palmer, Hero, Strangol, Linda and The Jungle Patrol, written by Giovanni Fiorentini and drawn by Mario Pedrazzi. Cover by Frank Bolle. Cover price $0.25.

  • Vol. 86 #5
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  • Issue #23
    Pink Panther (1971 Gold Key) 23