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AIRBOY joins in with another long story by the artist most associated with the feature, Fred Kida. After that, it’s Senorita Rio from Fight #71, her last Golden Age appearance; SUICIDE SMITH from Wings #107, with art by Al Hollingsworth, DON STUART and the FAR EAST RANGERS from Rangers #2, ESPIONAGE (drawn by the great Will Eisner) from Smash #7, and BLACKHAWK from BLACKHAWK #105, drawn by Dick Dillin and Chuck Cuidera.MOM #107’s three first-timers are an especially illustrious lot.
Stories originally published at Premiere, Standard/Nedor, Prize, Charlton, ACG and others, including “Out Of This World”, “Keeper Of The Castle”, “Sinister Santa Claus”, “Frankenstein’s Creation”, “The Boy Who Was 2000 Years Old”, “The Flying Head”, “They Can’t Burn Blackie”, “Lottery”, “The Soul Of A Man”, “Mark Of The Monster”, “The Hands From Nowhere”, “Ghost Tiger”, “Find The Pin And Pick It Up”, “Five Found Death”, and “The White Bones”.Stardust must find a way to control a sample of living material from outer space run amuck without destroying it.All totalled, it’s another 80 pages of “good girl” art action and adventure, in sparkling black and white inside a full-color Will Meugniot cover. A fascinating anthology compilation of “The Great and the Not So Great” among the costumed adventurers of comic books’ Golden Age.Standard comic book size and saddle-stitched for $9.95 from AC Comics. Start with an early (third appearance, actually) adventure of Standard/Nedor’s BLACK TERROR; originally published in Exciting Comics #11, with art by Elmer Wexler.This is the first BT story to feature his assistant, Tim in costume. There has been speculation for years over the identity of the artist on this run of Shock stories; we believe the penciler is Mort Leav, with an unidentified inker- but probably the SAME inker who finished Mort’s pencils on the first two stories of The WEB in MLJ’s Zip Comics.That’s AC COMICS JUNE 2018 PREVIEWS FOR AUGUST 2018 SHIP Company Name: AC Comics Address: P. Box 394 Plymouth, Florida 32768-0394 Phone Number:(407)767-0199 Email Address: [email protected]: Men of Mystery Frequency: Quarterly Issue/Number 109 UPC Code: 64924192603010911 Retail Price: $29.95 Discount: Maximum Discount 50% Format: Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched Dimensions: 10″ X 6.50″ Page Count: 140 pages Color: Black and White (with color covers) Intended Audience: All ages Genre: Action/adventure/superhero/history- Golden Age reprints of 1940’s comic book stories Country of Origin: USA Ship Date: August 28, 2018 Writers: Bill Woolfolk, Joe Millard, Dave Wood, Ed Cronin, Jack Cole, Will Eisner, Toni Blum and others uncredited Artists: Lou Fine, Reed Crandall, Klaus Nordling, Jack Cole, Paul Gustavson, Vernon Henkel, Art Pinajian, Chuck Cuidera, Dick Dillin, John Spranger, H. Kiefer, Dan Zolnerowich, Sheldon Moldoff, Max Elkan, Rafael Astarita and others uncredited Synopsis: Another all-QUALITY COMICS issue starring DOLLMAN, The RAY, JESTER, MIDNIGHT, KID ETERNITY, INVISIBLE JUSTICE, LADY LUCK and MOM first-timers MAGNO and BLAZE BARTON!
Art by Lou Fine, Reed Crandall, Jack Cole, Sheldon Moldoff, Dan Zolnerowich, John Spranger and others on 18 previously-unreprinted stories from comics’ Golden Age.
Written by Bill Black, with pencils by Bill and Chris(Ant-Man) Allen and inks by Mark Heike.
Finally, STARSDUST fights solo in “A Matter Of Matter”, written by Andrew Hawnt, with pencils by exciting newcomer Florentino Cuevas II and inks by Francesco Savi.
The most good old-time scares to be found in a single comic book ANYWHERE in 2018!!
Standard comic book size, full-color covers, saddle-stitched binding; $29.95 from AC Comics. Title: Crypt or Horror Frequency: Quarterly Issue/Number: Volume 37 UPC Code: 64924192598903711 Retail Price: $29.95 Discount: Maximum Discount 50% Format: Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched Dimensions: 10.25″ X 6.50″ Page Count: 140 pages Color: Black and White (with color covers) Intended Audience: All ages Genre: horror/fantasy Country of Origin: USA Ship Date: September 27, 2018 Writers: Jack Oleck, Carl Memling, Hank Chapman, Robert Bernstein, Ruth Roche, Richard Hughes, Joe Gill, and other uncredited.
Artists: Bill Everett, Carmine Infantino, Dick Ayers, Steve Ditko, Fred Kida, Paul Reinman, Al Wenzel, Paul Cooper, Vince Alascia, Charles Nicholas, Joe Sinnott, Matt Fox, Maurice Whitman, Bill Montes, Bob Mc Carty, Sal Trapani, King Ward, Pete Riss, Bill Molno, Manny Stallman and others uncredited.