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Almost Gone! Highly Recommended. Edited by Roy Thomas. Golden Age great Norman Maurer—artist, writer, editor, and filmmaker—is remembered by his wife Joan Maurer, sharing memories of Charles Biro’s Crime Does Not Pay, Boy Comics, & Daredevil—of St. John’s 3-D & Three Stooges comics with fellow legend Joe Kubert—of his 1960s movie starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard was Norm’s father-in-law!)—plus Maurer’s work for Marvel, DC, Gold Key, Fox, etc! Then, learn about Larry Ivie’s 1959 plans for a Justice Society revival, more on John Broome, interview with Marvel’s Mimi Gold, Dan Adkins, and a rare interview with early fan writer Ramond Miller. Twomorrows, 2018.

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Golden Age great Norman Maurer—artist, writer, editor, and filmmaker—is remembered by his wife Joan Maurer, sharing memories of Charles Biro’s Crime Does Not Pay, Boy Comics, & Daredevil—of St. John’s 3-D & Three Stooges comics with fellow legend Joe Kubert—of his 1960s movie starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard was Norm’s father-in-law!)—plus Maurer’s work for Marvel, DC, Gold Key, Fox, etc! Then, learn about Larry Ivie’s 1959 plans for a Justice Society revival, more on John Broome, interview with Marvel’s Mimi Gold, Dan Adkins, and a rare interview with early fan writer Ramond Miller.

Also: Tributes to Fran Hopper, one of the wonderful women creators at Fiction House, and to Bill Harris. FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) looks at legendary Golden Age writer Ed Herron, “Comics’ Mightiest Mystery Man.” Mr. Monster in his Comics Crypt talks to Wally Wood assistant Dan Adkins about the maelstrom surrounding the controversial 1970s fan article, “Dan Adkins and the Incredible Tracing Machine.”

Mimi Gold was a writer, editor and colorist at Marvel and DC, circa 1970-73, on Lois Lane, The Black Widow, Chamber of Darkness, Conan, Iron Man, Where Monsters Dwell, and Fear.

Profusely illustrated in full color, with vintage comics, never-before-seen photos and more. This is THE comics history publication for fans of the Golden and Silver Age.

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