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Everything from the golden-age greats to contemporary comics are in this fantastic collection.

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  1. ALTER EGO #163
    $9.95

    The great early days of Dave Cockrum, Legion of Super-Heroes artist and co-developer of the revived mid-1970s Uncanny X-Men, as revealed in art-filled letters to buddy Paul Allen and augmented by rare, previously unseen illustrations. And Dave's amazing 1960s-70s drawings of Edgar Rice Burroughs heroes. Plus author Manly Wade Wellman,  Charles Biro, "The Other Stan Lee,"  super-collector & early comic shop owner Malcolm Willits, John Broome, Bill Schelly, and the first installment of From the Tomb, the famous British horror-zine. Learn More
  2. STEVE CANYON Volume 10 1965-1966

    Regular Price: $49.99

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    Shades of Terry and the Pirates! Steve roams the Far East, learning that politics makes strange bedfellows as he first teams up with Cheetah in Taiwan, then goes undercover in Hanoi to rescue “Herself” Muldoon! In between he encounters another femme fatale from his past, now harrying the Hong Kong waters under the nom de guerre “Madame Hook.” Sports are also prominent, as gangsters squeeze Poteet and Shaky Blopp in order to get points shaved. Steve races to stop a Communist plot to drop an atomic bomb on a football stadium (!), and baseball works its magic to save the day—and an old friend—in far-off Mahnay. Learn More
  3. LITTLE JOE SUNDAY COMICS By Harold Gray 1937-1942
    $65.00

    With the untimely death of his cousin and fellow cartoonist, Ed Leffingwell, Harold Gray took the reins of this seminal Western comic strip. He created a combination of dark adventure, as seen in his Little Orphan Annie, and a modern-West version of "family life" comics like Gasoline Alley. This book presents the best of the Little Joe comic strip from 1937 to 1942, in full color Sunday pages, with violence, humor and warmth in a low-key style that could only be told in art and story by a master. Plus three essays, original art and more. Learn More
  4. COMICS REVUE PRESENTS FEB 2020
    $19.95

    Complete stories in this issue: The Phantom by Lee Falk and Sy Barry, 1965; Buz Sawyer by Roy Crane, 1968, Rick O'Shay by Stan Lynde, 1977. The regular serialized features include Flash Gordon by Dan Barry and Bob Fujitani, 1971; Alley Oop by V. T. Hamlin, 1941; Casey Ruggles by Warren Tufts, 1953; Flash Gordon by Mac Raboy and Harry Harrison, 1961; Drago by Burne Hogarth, 1945; Steve Roper by Allen Saunders and William Overgard, 1957-58; Tarzan by Gil Kane and Archie Goodwin, 1979; Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff, 1975; Mandrake, Garth by Peter O'Donnell & more. Learn More
  5. POGO Volume 6 Clean as a Weasel

    Regular Price: $45.00

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    Albert Alligator and Beauregard Bugleboy fend off a man-from-Mars, and Howland Owl investigates Communist espionage in the postal system. Then, it's election year and Okefenokee Swamp gets a new presidential candidate, Fremount the Bugboy. His campaign slogan, "Jes' Fine," sparks political debates about just who can and should be president — maybe even a woman! Two complete years of both dailies and full color Sunday, many of which are classics with wonderful artwork and coloring. Learn More
  6. POGO Volume 5 and 6 Slipcase Set

    Regular Price: $75.00

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    This is the first time Pogo has been complete and in chronological order anywhere—with all 208 Sunday strips from these four years presented in lush full color, and all the daily strips in b&w. In Volume 5, the Okefenokee gang try to dig a canal to compete with the Suez. In Volume 6, Albert Alligator and Beauregard Bugleboy fend off a man-from-Mars, and Howland Owl investigates Communist espionage in the postal system. Then, it's election year and Okefenokee Swamp gets a new presidential candidate, Fremount Bugboy. Learn More
  7. NEXUS NEWSPAPER STRIPS Volume 1 Artist's Edition Hardcover Signed
    $149.99

    Something long dormant beneath the surface of Ylum comes alive, triggering a visit from the planet-devouring Gourmando and his mysterious ally. With powers far beyond those of even Nexus himself, this unstoppable being banishes Nexus to an unknown realm--and the only way out is to face one's worst fears! Mike Baron and Steve Rude deliver a new Nexus adventure in this special collection that also includes the newly-remastered "Nexus: The Origin" comic and the classic Rude hand-painted Sundra story, "When She was Young." Learn More
  8. NEXUS NEWSPAPER STRIPS Volume 1 The Coming of Guarmando Signed

    Regular Price: $29.99

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    With powers far beyond those of even Nexus himself, this unstoppable being banishes Nexus to an unknown realm--and the only way out is to face one's worst fears! Mike Baron and Steve Rude deliver a new Nexus adventure in this special collection that also includes the newly-remastered "Nexus: The Origin" comic and the classic Rude hand-painted Sundra story, "When She was Young." Learn More
  9. COMICS REVUE PRESENTS OCT 2019
    $19.95

    Complete in this issue is a Casey Ruggles story from 1954 by Warren Tufts, a Flash Gordon from 1971 by Dan Barry & Fred Kida, and Sir Bagby. In full color inside you'll find new installments of the latest new feature, Drago by Burne Hogarth, time-travel Alley Oop Sundays, Flash Gordon by Mac Raboy, and  more Casey Ruggles, this time full color Sunday pages. Plus Steve Roper, 1957, Tarzan by Gil Kane and Archie Goodwin, Steve Canyon by Milton CaniffMandrake by Falk & Davis, The Phantom by Falk and Sy Barry, Buz Sawyer by Roy Crane, and also newly added, Garth by Peter O'Donnell & John Allard. Learn More
  10. THE PHANTOM The Complete Newspaper Dailies Volume 17 1961-1962

    Regular Price: $60.00

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    This collects Wilson McCoy's last two stories, "The Iron Dragon" and "The Werewolf," and then begins the Sy Barry years with his first three complete continuities: “The Slave Market of Mucar,” “The Epidemic,” and “The Wharf Rats.” Strips from this issue are taken directly from King Feature’s proofs. Included in the volume is a comprehensive essay and documentary materials, and a brand new 2019 interview with Barry by publisher Daniel Herman. Learn More

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