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Collects Avon one-shots The Hooded Menace and The Unknown Man, 1951; Charlton’s Marco Polo #1, 1962; Dell one-shots Robin Hood and Robinson Crusoe, 1963. Highly Recommended. By Sam Glanzman et al. An unusual mix of scarce one-shot comics: In Menace, it’s 1903 and ex-soldiers from the Spanish-American war prey on new settlers in the US Northwest! Unknown Man adapts a contemporary crime film, featuring an underworld gang lord, with artwork by Everett Raymond Kinstler. Then it’s the middle ages and explorer Marco Polo in the court of Kubla Khan! Labeled “scarce” in the guide, a 1962 Charlton release drawn by Sam Glanzman and, quite unusually, a long 25-page story! Plus 2 more… PS Artbooks, 2021.

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An unusual mix of scarce one-shot comics: In Menace, it’s 1903 and ex-soldiers from the Spanish-American war prey on new settlers in the US Northwest! Unknown Man adapts a contemporary crime film, featuring an underworld gang lord, with artwork by Everett Raymond Kinstler. Then it’s the middle ages and explorer Marco Polo in the court of Kubla Khan! Labeled “scarce” in the guide, a 1962 Charlton release drawn by Sam Glanzman and, quite unusually, a long 25-page story! Plus 2 more…

The legend of Robin Hood and his meeting with Little John and the archery contest that was held to trap him! Here’s a 32-page one-shot adventure from Dell Comics from 1963.

And finally to the 1600’s and the epic adventures of Robinson Crusoe, our poor sailor marooned on a remote island. This is another one-shot Dell Comic from 1963-64, with a fine painted cover and artwork by Jack Sparling.

Additional artists include Gerald McCann and Louis Ravielli. Variant Robinson Crusoe cover.

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