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  1. SMALL WONDERS The Funny Animal Art of Frank Frazetta
    $35.00

    Frazetta's first published work was a story called Snowman in Talley Ho Comics, a tale featuring talking animals. For the next few years, Frazetta worked with characters like Hucky Duck, Dodger Dequoil (of the Brooklyn Squoile) and Barney Rooster. This collects much of Frazetta's charming art from that era. A menagerie of delights awaits you inside! Learn More
  2. FRANK FRAZETTA The Living Legend
    $75.00

    A fine collection of pen & ink work, published by Frazetta himself in 1981, but not widely distributed. Includes work from Thunda, the Canaveral Press editions of At the Earth's Core and PellucidarThe Edgar Rice Burroughs Portfolio, Lord of the Rings, Kubla Khan and Women of the Ages. Photos of Frank, special notes and previously unpublished drawings. Includes biography notes. Learn More
  3. THE LITTLE LULU LIBRARY Volume 6 Books 16-18
    $175.00

    The Little Lulu Library is an encyclopedic compendium of the very best in comics. All stories are reproduced larger than comic book size, sharp and clear, from the original proofs and most are printed in black and white as the artists drew them. The front covers to the original comics and some special "extras" are reproduced in stunning full color! The front covers to the original comics and some special "extras" are reproduced in stunning full color! This is set six, containing books #16-18, issues #68-87. Learn More
  4. THE CARTOON HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE III
    $50.00

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    An irreverent, graphic novel approach to the history of the universe continues in a collection of comics that trace world history from the birth and spread of Islam and the rise and fall of the Byzantine empire, to the Crusades, the Dark Ages, the Black Death, the Renaissance, and Columbus's departure for the New World. Learn More
  5. THE CARTOON HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD
    $25.00

    The Cartoon History of the Modern World is a wickedly funny take on modern history. It is essentially a complete and up to date course in college level Modern World History, but presented as a graphic novel. In an engaging and humorous graphic style, Larry Gonick covers the history, personalities and big topics that have shaped our universe over the past five centuries, including the Industrial Revolution, the American Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the evolution of political, social, economic, and scientific thought, Communism, Fascism, Nazism, the Cold War, Globalization and much more. Learn More
  6. WITZEND #2
    $100.00

    Published by renowned artist Wallace Wood, Witzend is a critically acclaimed fanzine showcasing some of the best artists of the era. Issue #2 includes: Orion by Gray Morrow, Hey Look (by Harvey Kurtzman, Feeble Fable by Warren Sattler, Edgar Rice Burroughs portfolio by Reed Crandall, illustration by Frank Frazetta, cartoon by Will Elder, 3-page comic story by Art Spiegelman, 1-page comic by Steve Ditko, 2-page comic by Don Martin, illustration by Al Williamson, 2 illustrations by Roy Krenkel, and Animan by Wood. Front cover by Wood. Back cover by Ralph Reese. Learn More
  7. WITZEND #4
    $65.00

    Adult comics with a touch of ERB thrown in. Profusely Illustrated by Reed Crandall, Frank Frazetta, Steve Ditko, Wallace Wood, and more. Note:Some sunning on the cover edges and some dirt smudges on the back cover. Learn More
  8. WITZEND #1
    $175.00

    Published by renowned artist Wallace Wood, Witzend is a critically acclaimed fanzine showcasing some of the best artists of the era. Issue #1 includes: Savage World! strip by Al Williamson; Sinner strip by Ralph Reese; Animan strip by Wood; Absurd Science Fiction Stories strip by Jack Gaughan; and more. Back cover art of Buster Crabbe by Frank Frazetta. Learn More
  9. SUPERMAN THE SUNDAY CLASSICS 1939-1943 SLIPCASED
    $75.00

    In the late thirties, when Superman was making his ground-breaking debut in comic books, his legend was simultaneously being propagated in Sunday newspapers. Collected in this deluxe edition are the first three years of the classic Sunday Superman comic strips as written and illustrated by the Man of Steel's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster. In these timeless tales, the Man of Steel challenges saboteurs and racketeers, saves runaway trains and plummeting planes, defeats giant robots and begins his lifelong rivalry with his greatest nemesis, Lex Luthor. Learn More
  10. DISNEY COMICS JUNE 1990 COLLECTORS EDITION FIRST ISSUED SLIPCASED
    $45.00

    These comic books are the first issues to be published by the Walt Disney Company itself. While single copies of these issues were printed and distributed, this boxed edition is limited to only 10,000 collector's sets. Learn More

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