Fantastic Four #126. That monster's back. #FantasticFour
Cover for The Twilight Zone (Western, 1962 series) #43 [15-Cent Variant]
Mighty Mouse - I only vaguely recall the comic book series but I do have vivid memories of the classic animated Saturday morning TV cartoon. Like the show, it seems the comic stories would have featured MM fighting off the evil machinations threatening Mouseville - arch-villain Oil Can Harry in particular. And, of course, protecting his true love Pearl Pureheart. His famous call to duty ("Here I come to save the day!") just didn't play as well in book form.
The Atom & Hawkman - when sales declined on each of the individual superhero's own title series in '69, DC Comics combined them into a single (but very short lived) publication. Some issues paired up the two to take down a common foe, while most others in the series featured each in their own tailor-made stories, continuing to battle their arch-foes. The artwork was the real star here - the cover on this issue is a prime example. I really liked this series - vintage Silver Age comic!
The Herculoids - wasn't made during my time but I loved watching it!
Conan the Barbarian #46, Shokkoth!
Jack Kirby, The Eternals
Beetle Bailey - the familiar newspaper comic strip was published in comic book form by virtually every name brand during my youth. This particular issue was published by King Comics, a branch of King Features Syndicate who owned the rights to Beetle Bailey. The stories were little more than expanded Sunday newspaper panels that had become well-known by that time. Never more than casually amusing, the purchase of an issue was not a high priority. In fact, we only got them in discounted…
Journey Into Mystery - a Marvel Comics anthology title that centered mainly on horror tales featuring a monster of some sort or a fantasy tale that usually added a twist at the end. Never really a standout as the stories weren't nearly as good as the many other similar style comic books of the same era, though I do recall a few still. It's best remembered for introducing the legendary Marvel character, The Mighty Thor. In fact, he proved to be so popular that the comic book was retitled…