On the cover of this issue of Action Comics, Hocus and Pocus make their "magic carpet" fly thanks to the Man of Steel! This is another great mid-1940's issue of Action Comics. Enjoy!
Another exciting story of Superman when he was a boy! Superman was so popular that DC later published stories about Superboy and his years growing up in Smallville. His adventures started in More Fun Comics and were later moved over to Adventure Comics. This character became so popular that he got his own title. There's a house ad for…
Just in time for summer, here's Walt Disney's Vacation Parade #2 from 1951. These Dell Giants (over 100 pages) were designed to provide the kids hours of reading, fun and games while they traveled along America's highways towards their vacation destinations. Head over to the GAC Facebook Page for a full color spread of one of the cool Donald Duck themed games that appeared in this issue. Enjoy!
Just in time for the blockbuster Wonder Woman feature film, here's GAC Podcast Episode #22 where we talk about all things Wonder Woman! Enjoy!
Episodes 19 through 37 have been uploaded and are now available on the GAC site and on iTunes. I will upload another batch next month. You can access each episode page from the Show Index link at the top of this page. Enjoy!
Here's my beat but complete copy of Four Color Comics (2nd series) #9, featuring Donald Duck by Carl Barks and Jack Hannah in "Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold!". This is Barks' first published artwork on Donald Duck, and he went from here to become known as the "Good Duck Artist", and created a rich tapestry of characters and stories to inhabit the Duck Universe.
Here's my copy of the rare Complimentary Copy of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #4. Except for the cover, this is an exact duplicate of the regular issue #4. The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide states that this complimentary issue was probably mailed out to the subscribers of the cancelled Mickey Mouse Magazine, encouraging them to subscribe to the new comic book series. [ 138 more words ]
On January 13, 1938, the Walt Disney Company started a run of amazing animated feature films with their release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Disney had already learned the art and science of cross promotion and merchandising, and they didn't skip a beat when featuring their newest creation on the cover of this issue of Mickey Mouse Magazine… [ 32 more words ]
Here's another great Donald Duck cover on Mickey Mouse Magazine Vol. 2, No. 10 from 1937. Enjoy!