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Fantastic Four #126. That monster's back.  #FantasticFour

Fantastic Four #126. That monster's back. #FantasticFour

Cover for The Twilight Zone (Western, 1962 series) #43 [15-Cent Variant]

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.

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.

Deep Divine

Deep Divine

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 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!

The Herculoids - wasn't made during my time but I loved watching it!

Conan the Barbarian #46, Shokkoth!

Conan the Barbarian #46, Shokkoth!

Jack Kirby, The Eternals

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…

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…

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…

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