Here's a very cool cover from Prize Comics #29 featuring Yank and Doodle. There are some classic WWII themed stories in this issue. Enjoy!
Featuring The Black Owl, Frankenstein, Green Lama and other great heroes, this issue of Prize Comics #12 from July of 1941 is a great read. I am a big fan of Dick Briefer's Frankenstein. Enjoy!
Some might not call this a true Golden Age comic book, but it's close. In any event, I'm featuring it here as Danger Trail #3 is considered one of the rarest early 1950's DC books. Enjoy!
All of these covers are great, but there's always cool stuff on the inside as well! Here's the splash page to Phantom Stranger #1 (1952) from my 3/4 cover copy.
So, have you seen enough serious superhero covers this week? Here's a lighter Fawcett funny animal cover from 1945, Hoppy the Marvel Bunny #1. This is what happens when a rabbit says, "Shazam!" He becomes the world's mightiest bunny! Enjoy!
A GAC Rerun. Here's an article I wrote 8 years ago about the early adventures of Captain America. Enjoy!
Before Mary Marvel took over the cover duties on Fawcett's Wow Comics, Mr. Scarlet was the featured superhero. He was in many ways Fawcett's version of Batman. Like DC's Caped Crusader, Mr. Scarlet got his own sidekick, Pinky, whose origin and first appearance was in the page of Wow Comics #4, shown here. Enjoy!
Here are some nice copies of the last three issues (153, 154, 155) of Whiz Comics from 1953. The final two issues feature Dr. Death who regularly appeared in Fawcett's horror title, This Magazine is Haunted. These issues are considered "scarce", especially in high grade. There's even a C.C. Beck autograph on the bottom left corner of #153. Enjoy!
This is a classic WWII cover from 1942 featuring Uncle Sam fighting for the USA on top of the Statue of Liberty. What a great cover from the war years. Enjoy!
Another great Fawcett cover featuring all of their heroes on the cover of a comic book for the first time. And a CC Beck autograph! Enjoy!