>>>COMICS DIGESTS = in stock FOR SALE ;

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>>>> Below is a Current Inventory List of ITEMS IN STOCK & Ready to Sell.

They are NOT cataloged by price & condition, as we have FAR FAR too many items & they are always changing;

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If you see items that interest you, PLEASE;

(1) REQUEST Condition, Price & Confirmation of availability;

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Foot warehouse, can be EXTREMELY Time Consuming; (So please; Try to send Serious Inquiries & START with your MOST WANTED Items)

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>>>COMICS DIGESTS = in stock FOR SALE ;



(A) WALT DISNEY Comic Digests;

(B) HARVEY Comic Digests;

(C) GOLD KEY (+ whitman) Comic Digests;

(D) DENNIS THE MENACE Comic Digests;

(E) ARCHIE Comic Digests;

(F) MARVEL Comic Digests;

(G) DC Comic Digests;

(H) CHARLTON Comic Digests

(I) PYRAMID Comic Digests

(J) UK MARVEL British comics DIGESTS;

(K) MISC. Comic Digests;



(A) WALT DISNEY Comic Digests;


DISNEY ADVENTURES (W.D. Publications Inc.; DIGEST Magazine with COMICS, Games, Puzzles, Articles with Photo's, etc)

1990 - Nov.(Volume- 1 #1; Rick Moranis-c; TailSpin, Duck Tales & Roger Rabbit; Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers), Dec.(Volume-1 #2);

1991 - Jan (Volume- 1 # 3) Feb(Volume- 1 # 4), March (Volume- 1 # 5), April (Volume- 1 # 6), May (Volume- 1 # 7), June (Volume- 1 # 8),

Aug. (Volume- 1 # 10), Sept. (Volume- 1 #11 ), Oct. (Volume- 1 # 12), November 1991;

Volume-2 #1; First Anniversary issue; Cover features Michael Jordan Photo-c; Debut of Darkwing Duck; Sonic the Hedgehog 2 page ad & 7 page Comics story; First ever Sonic the Hedgehog comics story? Disney's TailSpin-s; DuckTales-s; RARE; VG/FN = $29.00)

1992 - Jan (Volume- 2 # 3) Feb(Volume- 2 # 4; Darkwing Duck, TailSpin, Duck Tales & Roger Rabbit; Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers), March (Volume- 2 # 5), April (Volume- 2 # 6), May (Volume- 2 # 7), June (Volume- 2 # 8),

July (Volume- 2 # 9), Aug. (Volume- 2 #10 ), Sept. (Volume- 2 # 11), Oct. (Volume- 2 #12 ), Nov. (Volume- 3 # 1; Darkwing Duck, Duck Tales, Goof Troop & Roger Rabbit;), Dec.(Volume- 3 #2 );

1993 - Jan (Volume- 3 #3 ) Feb(Volume- 3 # 4), March (Volume- 3 # 5), April (Volume- 3 # 6), May (Volume- 3 #7 ), June (Volume- 3 # 8),

July (Volume- 3 # 9), Aug. (Volume- 3 # 10), Sept. (Volume- 3 # 11), Oct. (Volume- 3 # 12), Nov. (Volume- 4 #1 ), Dec.(Volume- 4 # 2);

1994 - Jan (Volume- 4 # 3) Feb(Volume- 4 # 4), March (Volume- 4 #5 ), April (Volume- 4 # 6), May (Volume- 4 # 7), June (Volume- 4 #8 ),

July (Volume- 4 # 9), Aug. (Volume- 4 #10 ), Sept. (Volume- 4 #11; MASK & Darkwing Duck; Lion King-s; Bone-s by Jeff Smith), Oct. (Volume- 4 # 12), Nov. (Volume- 5 #1 ), Dec.(Volume- 5 #2 );

1995 - Jan (Volume- 5 # 3) Feb(Volume- 5 #4 ), March (Volume- 5 #5 ), April (Volume- 5 # 6), May (Volume- 5 # 7), June (Volume- 5 #8 ),

July (Volume- 5 #9 ), Aug. (Volume- 5 #10 ), Sept. (Volume- 5 # 11), Oct. (Volume- 5 #12 ), Nov. (Volume- 6 # 1), Dec.(Volume- 6 # 2);

1996 - Jan (Volume- 6 # 3) Feb(Volume- 6 # 4), March (Volume- 6 #5 ), April (Volume- 6 #6 ), May (Volume- 6 #7 ), June (Volume- 6 #8 ),

July (Volume- 6 #9 ), Aug. (Volume- 6 # 11), Sept. (Volume- 6 #12 ), Oct. (Volume- 6 # 13), Nov. (Volume- 6 # 14), Dec.(Volume- 7 #3; ALADDIN and the King of Thieves = 24 page stoy );

1997 - Jan (Volume- 7 # 4; Goof Troop) Feb(Volume- 7 # 5), March (Volume- 7 #6 ), April (Volume- 7 # 7), May (Volume- 7 #8 ), June (Volume- 7 # 9),

July (Volume- 7 # 11), Aug. (Volume- 7 #12 ), Sept. (Volume- 7 # 14), Oct. (Volume- 7 # 15), Nov. (Volume- 8 # 1), Dec.(Volume- 8 # 2);

1999 - Winter;

2001 - April;

2006; April (Secret of Narnia-c; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins; "The Secret of the Scarecrow"; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, FN/VF = $9.00);
2006; May (High School Musical-c; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins; "The Scarecrow Strikes - Part One"; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, FN/VF = $9.00);
2006; June/July (Pixar's CARS-c; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins;"The Scarecrow Strikes - Part Two"; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, FN/VF = $9.00)
2006; October (Pirates of Caribbean-c/s; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins;"The Scarecrow - The Face of Fear"; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, FN/VF = $9.00)
2006; November (Pixar's CARS-c; Pirates of Caribbean-s; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins;"The Scarecrow - Haunted"; VF = $10.00)
December 2006/January 2007(meet the Cheetahs-c/s; Pirates of Caribbean-s; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh Pinup Poster by Bret Blevins; VF = $9.00)
2007; March (Corbin-c; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh new 4 page Color Comics with art by Bret Blevins;""The Scarecrow - Mystery Ship"; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, G/VG = $9.00)
2007; November (Ratatouille-c/s; Scarecrow of Romney Marsh Meets the Headless Horseman pinup Poster by Bret Blevins; Mailing Label at bottom of cover, FN = $8.00)



DISNEY ADVENTURES GOOF TROOP SPECIAL (W.D. Publications Inc., circa 1991) #NN;

DISNEYLAND BIRTHDAY PARTY (Gladstone Pub., 1985) #1;


DISNEY'S COLOSSAL COMICS COLLECTION (W.D. Publications Inc., 1991) #1-10;


WALT DISNEY COMIC DIGEST (Gold Key Pub., 6/1968 thru 2/1976)

#1-39;

#40 (4/1973; Special MICKEY MOUSE issue; Reprints Main First stories from Dell Four Color #29,256,275,282)

#40 (1976; WHITMAN Reprint VARIANT; Special MICKEY MOUSE issue; Reprints Main First stories from Dell Four Color #29,256,275,282)

#41-57;


WALT DISNEY COMIC DIGEST (WHITMAN VARIANT Editions; 6/1968) #43,44;


WALT DISNEY COMICS DIGEST (6/1968-2/1976 series) = WHITMAN Variant Editions of the GOLD KEY Pub. Digests;

#43(1976 Whitman VARIANT Edition of the 10/1973 Gold Key Digest; GOOFY and His G-Kart-c/s; Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Gyro Geerloose & Brer Rabbit stories; CARL BARKS art; 69 cent original cover price; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8);

#44(1976 Whitman VARIANT Edition of the 12/1973 Gold Key Digest; Donald Duck with Huey, Dewie & Louie cover; Specail CARL BARKS issue; *** Features 4 x CARL BARK's Classic Dell Four Color Comics, all in one book; (1) Donald Duck and the MUMMY'S RING reprint from the 9/1943 FC#29; (2) Donald Duck in the LUCK OF THE NORTH reprint from the 12/1949 FC#256, with Gladstone Gander; (3) Donald Duck in ANCIENT PERSIA reprint from the 5/1950 FC#275; (4) Donald Duck and the PIXILATED PARROT reprint from the 5/1950 FC#282 with Uncle Scrooge McDuck; 69 cent original cover price; VF=$16; FN/VF=$13; FN=$10);



WALT DISNEY'S COMIC DIGEST (Gladstone Pub., 12/1986-9/1987) #1-7;

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK DIGEST (Gladstone Pub., 11/1986-7/1987) #1-5;

WALT DISNEY'S MICKEY MOUSE DIGEST (Gladstone Pub., 1986-1987) #1-5;

WALT DISNEY'S UNCLE SCROOGE DIGEST (Gladstone Pub., 12/1986-12/1987) #1-5;

UNCLE SCROOGE GOES TO DISNEYLAND (Gladstone Pub., 1985) #NN;


the WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY (Whitman/Golden Pub., 1978-79; Low Print & SCARCE; 116 pages; Full Color)

#1(1978; Low Print & SCARCE; Donald Duck-c; ** Stories include; Super Goof, Mickey Mouse with Goofy, Donald Duck, Junior Woodchucks with Big Bad Wold & Uncle Scrooge, Chip N Dale with Mad Madam Mim, Daisy & Donald, Uncle Scrooge by Barks; Donald Duck with Beagle Boys & Uncle Scrooge);

#2 (No Date; Low Print & SCARCE; Circa 1979; Mickey Mouse-c; ** Stories include; Super Goof, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Junior Woodchucks, Chip N Dale, Goofy, Daisy & Donald, Uncle Scrooge);





(B) HARVEY Comic Digests;

>>> VERY IMPORTANT; We are well stocked on almost all Harvey Digests (with the exception of the 1990's NON-First issues, which are the scarcest issues); We have most in several different conditions.

We sell them based of the rates below, as per condition (JUST a GUIDELINE);

>>> If you are interested in any more below, ASK for EXACT issue NUMBERS wanted, & EXACT CONDITION wanted; If that Condition is SOLD OUT, State what you 2nd choice of Condition would be.

(You can just say "next highest" or "next Lowest" grade, whichever is preferred.)

State if you prefer highest or lowest grades availiable! About 90% of ALL issues listed below ARE in stock!

BUT NOT all Condition grades listed below are availiable on ALL issues;

>>> I have listed prices for VF, FN and VG copies = ( if VF+, G, or FA preferred = please ASK);


>>> ALL 1990's Harvey Digest's were printed with THIN Cover paper stock & too much glue, causing wrinkles

in covers of even new unread copies, thus VF is usually the highest grade found. These wrinkles are to be expected.



BABY HUEY DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 6/1992)

#1(Scarcer One-Shot Title;VF+; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4) ;


CASPER ADVENTURE DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1992-1994)

#1(10/1992; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each; Good);

#2(12/1992; VF+; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#3(1/1993; VF=$8; FN=$6 each);

#4(4/1993; Uncommon; VF=$8; FN=$6 each);

#5(7/1993; NM-; Uncommon; VF=$8; FN=$6 each);

#6 (10/1993; LOW Print & SCARCE; FN/VF = $10);

#7 (1/1994; LOW Print & SCARCE; G = $5.00)

#8 (LOW Print & SCARCE) = SOLD OUT;




(the Friendly Ghost ... } CASPER DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., Volume 1; 10/1986-1991)

#1(VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4) ;

#2-5(VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#6-10(Uncommon issues; VF=$10; FN=$7; each);

#11(5/1990; Low Print & Scarce ; VG/FN $7); #12(7/1990; Low Print & Scarce; FN $8);

#13(8/1990; Low Print & Scarce ; VG $6); #14(9/1990; Low Print & Scarce ; VG/FN $7; ask );

#15(10/1990; Low Print & Scarce ; FN/VF $9);



CASPER (the Friendly Ghost} DIGEST MAGAZINE (Volume 2; 9/1991-11/1994 ) -

#1-5 (VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#6, 7(Uncommon issues; VF=$10; FN=$7 each);

# 9 (11/1993; Low Print & Scarce; GD+ with piece off front & back cover thus FA/G $3);

#10(February/1994);

#23 = ERROR edition (In Harvey Classics Box at upper right cover it States "October No. 23 $1.89 70191"; Inside front states Nov.1991 Volume-2. No.5; SCARCE; G=$5) ;


CASPER DIGEST STORIES (Harvey Comics Pub., 2-11/1980)

#1(VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6) ;

#2-4(VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4 each) ;


CASPER DIGEST WINNERS (Harvey Comics Pub., 4-9/1980)

#1(VF/NM; VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6) ;

#2(VF/NM; ),3(VF/NM; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each; Good) ;


CASPER ENCHANTED TALES DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 5/1992-10/1994)

#1(5/1992; VF/NM; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#2(9/1992; VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#3(3/1993; VF=$8; FN=$6 each);

#4(6/1993; VF=$8; FN=$6 each; ask);;

#5(9/1993; FN/VF = $7; ask);

#6(12/1993; Low Print & Scarce; VG/FN = $8);
#7(Low Print & Scarce; SOLD OUT);
#8(6/1994; Low Print & Scarce; VG=$8; FA/G=$4);

#9-10(LOW Print & SCARCE) = SOLD OUT;


FELIX DIGEST MAGAZINE = Felix the Cat (Harvey Comics Pub., 7/1992)

#1(Scarcer One-Shot Title; VF+; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6 VG=$4 each; GOOD) ;


HARVEY WISEGUYS (Harvey Comics Pub., 11/1987-11/1989; Hot Stuff, Reggie, Buzzy, Mayda Munny, Spooky etc)

#1 (Uncommon; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#2 (Lower Print & Scarcer; VG=$5; G=$3 each);

#3,4 (Lower Print & Scarcer; VG/FN=$7; VG=$6 each);



HOT STUFF DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 7/1992-11/1993; SCARCER due to High Demand )

#1(7/1992; VF=$12; VG; G/VG=$5; GOOD);

#2(FN=$8; VG/FN=$7; Ask);

#3(VF- = $11; VG/FN=$7; G/VG=$5);

#5(11/1993; Last issue; RARE) = SOLD OUT



NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 1991-1992)

#4(10/1991; GVG = $3.00) ;

#5(1/1992; FN/VF=$6; FN=$5; VG=$4  each) ;


RICHIE RICH ADVENTURE DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 5/1992-9/1994)

#1(VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6);

#2(FN/VF=$7)

#5(2/1994; Low Print & Rare; G/VG = $7; G=$6);

#3,4,6,7 = SOLD OUT;



RICHIE RICH BEST OF THE YEARS (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1977-6/1980)

#1(VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6) ;

#2-6(VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5 each) ;


RICHIE RICH {the Poor Little Rich Boy // The Richest Kid in the World} DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1986-10/1994; #10-42+=Low Print & Scarce)

>>> Later Issues = RICHIE RICH {the Richest Kid in the World} DIGEST MAGAZINE

#1 (VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5 each; ask);

#2-5(VF=$8; FN=$6 VG=$4 each);

#6-14,17,18 (Scarcer = ASK);

#20(4/1989; Low Print & Scarce; G/VG $5); #23(9/1990; Low Print & Scarce; G $5);

#24;

#35(9/1992; Low Print & Scarce; VF+, 8.5 = $16);

#39(1/1994; Low Print & Scarce; FN/VF = $12);#42(10/1994; Low Print & Scarce; VG = $9);



RICHIE RICH DIGEST STORIES (Harvey Comics Pub.; 10/1977-10/1982)

#1(10/1977; Scarcer = ASK)

#2(10/1978), 3-10 (VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each; ask);

#6-10 (VF=$11; FN/VF=$9; FN=$7; VG=$5 each);

#11-14,#15(5/1982; Low Print & Scarce ; VF/NM $15; ask); #16; #17 (Low Print & Scarce = ASK);


RICHIE RICH DIGEST WINNERS (Harvey Comics Pub., 12/1977-10/1982)

#1 (VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6);

#2-5 (VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#6-10 (VF=$11; FN/VF=$9; FN=$7; VG=$5 each);

#11-15, 16 ( Low Print & Scarce = ASK);


RICHIE RICH GOLD NUGGETS (Harvey Comics Pub., 2-6/1991; LOW PRINT and SCARCE)

#1-4(LOW Print & SCARCE) = SOLD OUT


RICHIE RICH HOLIDAY DIGEST – Annual (Harvey Comics Pub., 1/1980-2/1989)

#1-4(VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#5( G=$4 each);



RICHIE RICH MILLION DOLLAR DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1980-10/1982; FIRST Series)

#1 (VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6 each);

#2-5 (VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#6,7( Low Print & Scarce = ASK)

#8,9;

#10(Low Print & Scarce; G, first page missing = $2; ask)


(Richie Rich) MILLION DOLLAR DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 11/1986-11/1994; SECOND Series; >>> #11-30=Low Print & Scarce)

#1-5 (VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each; ask);

#6-10 (Uncommon issues; VF=$11; FN/VF=$9; FN=$7; VG=$5 each);

#13(VG/FN $6; ask); #16(10/1990; Scarce; VG $6); #20(3/1991; Scarce; VG/FN $7; ask);

#23(10/1991; Scarce; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10; ask); #26(Scarce; VG $7);

#28(3/1993; Scarce; NM-, 9.2 = $24; VF/NM,9.0 = $16; ask);

#30(11/1993; Low Print & Scarce; G/VG=$6);


RICHIE RICH MONEY WORLD Digest (Harvey Comics Pub., 4/1991-12/1993)

#1(4/1991; Low Print & Scarce; VG/FN = $6);

#2(6/1991; Low Print & Scarce; VG/FN = $6);

#4(VG);

#3, 5-8(LOW Print & SCARCE) = SOLD OUT;


RICHIE RICH TREASURE CHEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 4/1982-8/1982)

#1-3 (VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);


RICHIE RICH VACATION DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 11/1977-8/1982)

#1 = SOLD OUT;

#2-5 (VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);

#6-8(Uncommon issues; ASK);

#9(Scarcer LAST issue; G/VG $4; ask);



RICHIE RICH VACATION DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1991) #1(FN = $8);

RICHIE RICH VACATION DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1992) #1(VF=$10; FN/VF=$8);

RICHIE RICH VACATION DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1993) #1(Low Print & Scarce; SOLD OUT);



SHOCKING TALES DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1981)

#1(Powell, Jack KIRBY & Nostrand art; Scarcer One-Shot Title; VF=$16; FN/VF=$12; FN=$9);


SPOOKY DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1992-10/1993)

#1(10/1992; VF+$12; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8);

#2, 3 = SOLD OUT



TOM AND JERRY DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 5/1992) #1(Scarcer One-Shot Title; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);


VACATION DIGEST MAGAZINE (Harvey Comics Pub., 9/1987) -

#1(9/1987; Little Dot cover & Stories; Little Lotta-s; Little Audrey-s; Wendy-s with Casper app; Scarcer One-Shot Title; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4; G=$3 each);



WENDY DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 10/1990-3/1992)

#1(10/1990; G/VG=$6; G=$5)

#2(Lower Print & Scarcer; FN/VF, 7.0 = $8; FN=$6)

#3(Lower Print & Scarcer; VF=$10; FN/VF, 7.0 = $8; FN=$6)

#4(Scarcer; VF, 8.0 = $10; FN/VF, 7.0 = $8)

#5(Lower Print & Scarcer; FN/VF, 7.0 = $8; FN=$6)



WOODY WOODPECKER DIGEST (Harvey Comics Pub., 6/1992) #1(Scarcer One-Shot Title; VF=$10; FN/VF=$8; FN=$6; VG=$4 each);


    (C) GOLD KEY (+ Whitman) Comic Digests;


DARK SHADOWS Story Digest Magazine (Gold Key Pub., 6/1970) #1 (TEXT stories with illustrations; SCARCE);


Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze - (SKYLARK Illustrated Edition/ Bantam); #15406-0 (3/1979 Original B&W NEW COMIC BOOK in Comic Digest Paperback format;

Adaption written by Horace J. Elias; Janes BAMA painted-c; Maurice Whitman comic art; 68 pages; Black & White; 5"x7-1/2"; All New Original story & art 63 pages ADAPTION of the novels for Comics; a MUST for fans of the novels, or any true Doc Savage fan; You loved the book, now experience the comic version; The only Doc issue by this publisher; RARE! Most comic book collectors & dealers have never heard of or seen this item; SOLD OUT);


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GOLDEN COMICS DIGEST (Gold Key Pub., 5/1969 thru 1/1976; Looney Tunes, Walter Lantz, Tarzan, Little Lulu, Pink Panter, Hanna Barbera etc; #1-30 = 164 Pages; #31-48 = 132 pages)

#1(5/1969; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny);

#2 (6/1969; Special all HANNA-BARBERA issue; 164 pages including covers; Space Ghost, Flintstones, Jetsons, Atom Ant, Yogi Bear, Banana Splits, Top Cat, Huckleberry Hound, Cave Kids, Moby Dick, Ruff & Reddy, Pixie Dixie & Mr Jinks; SCARCE due to very high Demand; VG/FN = $XX.00);

#3(7/1969; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny);

#4(8/1969; TARZAN - ERB / Edgar Rice Burroughs issue);

#5(9/1969; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Andy Panda, Chilly Willy, Mouse Musketeers, Cuddles, Little Quacker);

#6(10/1969; Bugs Bunny);

#7 (11/1969; Special all HANNA-BARBERA issue; 164 pages including covers; Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Top Cat, Quick Draw McGraw, Wacky Races, Jetsons, Huckleberry Hound, Perils of Penelope Pitstop, Dastardly & Muttley, Pixie Dixie & Mr Jinks, Ruff & Reddy, Cave Kids, Touche & Dum Dum, Mr & Mrs J. Evil Scientist, Yakky & Chopper; early SCOOBY DOO = 1pg Puzzle;  SCARCE due to very high Demand; VG = $XX.00);

#8(1/1970; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny);

#9(3/1970; ERB / Edgar Rice Burroughs issue; TARZAN and the Jewels of Opar = Russ Manning-a; Brothers of the Spear; Korak, Son of Tarzan; plus additional Tarzan comics & text stories);

#10(4/1970; Bugs Bunny);

#11 (6/1970; Special all HANNA-BARBERA issue; 164 pages including covers; Perils of Penelope Pitstop, Dastardly & Muttley, Pixie Dixie & Mr Jinks, Flintstones, Yogi Bear, Banana Splits, It’s the Wolf, Quick Draw McGraw, Huckleberry Hound, Cave Kids, Snagglepuss, Ruff & Reddy, Top Cat, Snooper & Blabber, Augie Doggie, Mr & Mrs J. Evil Scientist, SCARCE due to very high Demand; VG = $XX.00);

#12(8/1970; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny; Journey to Centre of the Earth); #13(10/1970; Tom & Jerry);

#14(12/1970; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes issue; Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Road Runner, Cool Cat, Tweety & Sylvester, Elmer Fudd, Henry Hawk);

#15(1/1971; Tom & Jerry; Woody Woodpecker; Bugs Bunny); #16(3/1971; Woody Woodpecker); #17(5/1971; Bugs Bunny);

#18(7/1971; Tom & Jerry; Barney Bear on Carl BARKS); #19(9/1971; Little Lulu & Tubby); #20(11/1971; Woody Woodpecker);

#21(1/1972; Bugs Bunny); #22(3/1972; Tom & Jerry); #23(5/1972; Little Lulu & Tubby); #24(7/1972; Woody Woodpecker); #25(9/1972; Tom & Jerry);

#26(11/1972; Bugs Bunny); #27(3/1973; Little Lulu & Tubby); #28(5/1973; Tom & Jerry); #29(5/1973; Little Lulu & Tubby); #30(7/1973; Bugs Bunny);

#31(8/1973; TUROK Son of Stone); #32(9/1973; Woody Woodpecker); #33(11/1973; Little Lulu & Tubby); #34(1/1974; Bugs Bunny); #35(3/1974; Tom & Jerry);

#36(5/1974; Little Lulu & Tubby); #37(7/1974; Woody Woodpecker); #38(8/1974; Pink Panther); #39(9/1974; Bugs Bunny); #40(11/1974; Little Lulu & Tubby);

#41(1/1975; Tom & Jerry); #42(3/1975; Bugs Bunny); #43(5/1975; Little Lulu & Tubby); #44(7/1975; Woody Woodpecker); #45(8/1975; Pink Panter);

#46(9/1975; Little Lulu & Tubby); #47(11/1975; Bugs Bunny); #48(1/1976; LAST issue; LONE RANGER);

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KITE FUN BOOK Series (Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 5" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; Listed in Overstreet in the PROMO comic section)

1977 (POPEYE featuring the Outer Space Kid; Olive Oyl, Bluto, Wimpy, Swee'Pea app; UFO/Alien-c/s; Sea Hag's secret message game page; Winnipeg/Manitoba Hydro Giveaway; VF/NM, 9.0 = $20);



MINI-COMIC Series (1976-1977; Western Pub; Gold Key/Golden/Whitman related; Oblong; 6-1/2" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall; Full Color; 16 Pages; Promotional Giveaway; These are Listed in Overstreet at the end of the standard Dell/Gold Key/Whitman Listings);

DAFFY DUCK #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; Road Runner & Wile-E-Coyote X-Over; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8);

DONALD DUCK #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Daisy, Clara & Clarabelle app; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

GRIMM'S GHOST STORIES #1 (1977; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

MICKEY MOUSE #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Pluto-c/app; VF/NM, 9.0 = $8);

PINK PANTHER and the INSPECTOR #1 (1976; DePatie-Freleng; based on the Animated Cartoon series; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT - TRUE GHOST STORIES #1 (1977; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

UNCLE SCROOGE #1 (1976; Walt Disney; Donald Duck, Grandma Duck, Huey, Dewie & Louis app; BARKS-c; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

TWEETY and SYLVESTER #1 (1976; Warner Bros/Looney Tunes; VF/NM, 9.0 = $10);

TWILIGHT ZONE #1 (1977; based on the Rod Serling TV series; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12);

**** BUY the Complete SET of NINE Different issues Above (Regular $92) for; Only (VF/NM, 9.0 = $79.00);



MYSTERY COMICS DIGEST (Gold Key Pub.; 1972-1975) SCARCE in Strict VF or Better;

#1(3/1972; Ripley's Believe it or Not; Origin Ra-Ka-Tep the MUMMY-s; WOOD-a);
#2 (4/1972; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery)
#3(5/1972; TWILIGHT ZONE; Crandall, Toth & Evans-a; 1st app TRAGG & Simbar the Lion-s; Crandall/FREZETTA-a; SOLD OUT);
#4(6/1972; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; 1st app Baron Tibor the Vampire-s);
#5(7/1972; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; 1st app Dr Spektor-s; SOLD OUT);

#6(8/1972; TWILIGHT ZONE; Medusa-s; 1st app US Marshall Reid & Sir Duane-s; Evans-a);

#7(9/1972; 9/1972; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; Origin Lurker in the Swamp-s; 1st app Duroc-s);

#8(10/1972; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; King George 1st app; Mummy-s; Zombie-s; McWilliams, Orlando-a);

#9(1/1973; TWILIGHT ZONE; Time Machine-s; Williamson, Crandall, McWilliams-a; 2nd app TRAGG-s; Torres, Evans, Heck/Tuska-a);

#10(3/1973; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; Frankenstein-s; Dr Spektor-s);

#11(5/1973; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; Dr Spektor-s);

#12(7/1973; TWILIGHT ZONE; Dr Spektor-s; SOLD OUT);

#13(9/1973; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; Orlando-a);

#13(9/1973; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; Orlando-a; WHITMAN VARIANT Edition);

#14(10/1973; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; 1st app Xorkon-s; Duroc app);

#14(10/1973; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; 1st app Xorkon-s; Duroc app; WHITMAN VARIANT Edition);

#15(1/1974; TWILIGHT ZONE; Durak app);

#16(3/1974; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not; SOLD OUT)

#17(5/1974; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery; Williamson, Orlando-a);

#18(7/1974; TWILIGHT ZONE);

#19(9/1974; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not);

#20(11/1974; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery);

#21(1/1975; TWILIGHT ZONE; Dr Spektor-s; SOLD OUT);

#22(3/1975; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not);

#23(5/1975; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery);

#24(7/1975; TWILIGHT ZONE; Pirate-c);

#25(9/1975; RIPLEY'S Believe It or Not);

#26(Scarcer LAST issue; 10/1975; BORIS KARLOFF Tales of Mystery);


RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT Story Digest Magazine (Gold Key Pub., 6/1970); #1 (TEXT stories with illustrations; SCARCE);


STORIES FROM THE TWILIGHT ZONE - COMIC BOOK in Digest Format!

(ISBN:0553154052) by Serling, Rod. (Skylark Illustrated Books Pub; USA., 1979; Soft Cover. Book Condition: . Carl Pfeufer Art! (illustrator). COMIC BOOK, B&W digest format book. Contains 5 stories; 1- The Mighty Casey, 2 - Escape Clause, 3 - Walking Distance, 4 - The Fever, 5 - Where is Everybody?, 6 - The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. RARE! Most comic book collectors & dealers have never heard of or seen this item; RARE; Comics Digest / Mass Market Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 1297 Price: VG = $19);


TARZAN OF THE APES Story Digest Magazine (Gold Key Pub., 6/1970); #1 (TEXT stories with illustrations; SCARCE);


WALT DISNEY COMICS DIGEST (Gold Key Pub.); = see Disney Digests above!


DENNIS THE MENACE Comic Digests;


DENNIS AND HIS FRIENDS (Fawcett Pub. #1-37 = Color Comics; #38-46 = Digests) -

# 38(4/78), 39-46;


Dennis The Menace "Pocket Full Of Fun" Comics Digest (Fawcett Pub.; 1969-1980; 1-15=SCARCE in ANY grade)

#6-50;


THE VERY BEST OF DENNIS THE MENACE (Fawcett Pub., 7/79)

# 1-3;


>>> See ALSO = Marvel Digests, for more Dennis digests!


(E) ARCHIE Comic Digests;


ALL OUT WITH ARCHIE (Australian) - #8;


ARCHIE ALL-CANADIAN DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub; 96 Pages; All-New Stories & Art); - #1 (8/1996; High Demand & RARE One-Shot; Dan DeCarlo-c/a; Viking Trail-s; Ottawa-Hull-s; Canada Calling-s; VF=$59; FN/VF=$49; GD/VG = $39; FA/G=$19);



ARCHIE ANNUAL DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub.) - #27(1975; FIRST Digest Format issue = SCARCE; SOLD OUT);
#28(2nd Digest issue); #29-35(SCARCER); #36-59,61-64, 65(1994), 66-68, 69(scarcer LAST issue); ;

ARCHIE...ARCHIE ANDREWS, WHERE ARE YOU? { Comics Digest } (Archie Comics Pub.; 1977-1998),
#1(2/1977; VF=$24; FN/VF=$18; FN=$13; VG=$9);
#2,3,5,7,8,9 (all Neal ADAMS art; 8=Kirby-a); #4, 6, 10-113, 114(scarcer LAST issue); ;

ARCHIE COMICS DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub.; 1973-Present)
#1(8/1973; First Ever Archie Digest; SCARCE due to HIGH Demand; G/VG=$35; ask);

#2(10/1973; FN/VF=$32; Another copy = ask); #2(12/1973; FN/VF=$24; Another copy = ask),

#4-227,230,232,234,235,239,242-244,254,256,259;

ARCHIE'S ACTIVITY COMICS DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub., 1985; Unmarked Copies=Scarcer) - #1-4;

Archie's Camp Tales (Softcover; $7.49-c; Slick Heavy paper Trade Paperback in 5" x 7-1/2" DIGEST size; Full Color) -

Book 1 (6/2007; 1st print; Some of the best of Summer CAMP stories are collected in this special edition; VF/NM = $10);


ARCHIE'S DOUBLE DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub., 1/1982 to Present) - #1-5,7-9,12-161,165-167,169,171-173,175,176,178,180,183, 195, 196(4/2009),199;

ARCHIE'S HOLIDAY FUN (Archie Comics Pub., 2/1997 to Present; Christmas stories) - #1-9,11,12;

ARCHIE'S PALS 'N' GALS DOUBLE DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub.,11/1992-Present) - #1-10,12-23,25-86,88-93,95-98,100,102,104,107,108,,110,111,113, 118,119,129(4/2009),133;

ARCHIE'S STORY AND GAME COMIC DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub.,11/1986-1998; Unmarked Copies=Scarcer) - #1-38, 39(scarcer LAST issue);

ARCHIE'S SUPER HERO SPECIAL { COMIC DIGEST } (Archie Comics Pub.,1978-1979) -

#1 [ 1978; FEATURING; (1) The Black Hood in "The Nightmare World of the Skull"; (2) Archie as Pureheart the Powerful in "The PH factor"; (3) Betty Cooper as Superteen in "It all Began"; (4) The Jaguar in "The Monster Mouse!"; (5) Reggie Mantle as Evilheart in "The Plight of the Bumblebee" in 2-Parts, with Archie as Pureheart app; (6) The FLY in "Marco - World's Greatest Hypnotist" = 8 pages of JACK KIRBY Art; (7) "The Ultimate Cure" = horror story with Werewolf; (8) Archie as Pureheart the Powerful" in "The Center Ring" = 2-parts, with Evilheart app; (9) "Black Fog" = 2 page text story, with 3 illustrations by GRAY MORROW; (9) SHEILD in "Meet Lancelot Strong" = 5 pages Simon & JACK KIRBY Art; (10) SHEILD in "Spawn of the X World" = 6 pages Simon & JACK KIRBY Art; (11) SHEILD in "Mystery of the Vanished Wreckage" = 6 pages Simon & JACK KIRBY Art; (12) Jughead as CAPT HERO in "The Decidedly Decent Demon"; (13) Betty Cooper as Superteen in "Maid of Mischief" in 2-parts, vs Magnet-Girl; (14) The Web in "The Web vs the Flipper"; (15) Archie as Pureheart ehe Powerful in "Mad Doctor Doom's Dupe; VF=$14; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6 each];

#2 [1979; JACK KIRBY, WALLY WOOD, NEAL ADAMS, Jesse Santos, Gray Morrow, Al McWilliams art; FEATURING; (1) The Black Hood with story & art by Gray Morrow; (2) The Shield in "The Menace of the Micro-Men" with 8 pages of simon & JACK KIRBY art; (3) The FLY in "The Lady & the Monster"; (4) "The Ultimate Power" = Fantasy story with Wizard & Sorcery, 6 pages art by WALLY WOOD; (5) The Jaguar in "The Death-Ray from Space"; (6) HANGMAN in "The Nine Lives of Falseface"; (7) Betty Cooper as Superteen in "Superteen Strikes Again"; (8) The Black Hood in "Hits a Sour Note" = Al McWilliams art; (9) Steel Sterling in "The Awesome Bravo"; (10) The Web in "Uglyman's ugliest plot"; (11) Archie Andews as Pureheart the Powerful in "Tarantula's Trap", with Reggie as Evilheart; (12) "Time Twist" = Vampire/SF story, with Chic Stone art; (13) The Fox in "The Gasser attacks"; (14) The Black Hood in "Life's Not like a Comic Book" = with 10 pages of NEAL ADAMS art; (15) The Shield in "The Ultra-Sonic Spies" = 6 pages Simon with JACK KIRBY Art; (16)"The Beast in the Forest" = Post-Trojan War fantasy with Centaurs, 5 pages Jesse Santos art; (17) The Fly in "The Fly meets the cat Girl"; (18) The Black Hood in "It's murder to beat the odds" = Al McWilliams art; VF=$14; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6 each];


THE BEST OF ARCHIE COMICS ( 2011) - #1(Over 400 pages), #2 (Over 400 Pages);
BETTY AND VERONICA ANNUAL {COMICS} DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub., 9/1989-8/1997) - #1-15;

BETTY AND VERONICA COMICS DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub., 11/1980-Present; Early issues = "ANNUAL");
#1(11/1980; "Annual"; VF=$24; FN/VF=$18; FN=$12; VG=$9); #2(11/1981; "Annual"), 3(8/1982; "Annual"); #4-145,147-161,164,166,168,170,174,175,179, 182,185,189,197,198, 200,202;

BETTY AND VERONICA DOUBLE DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub., 6/1987-Present) - #1-135,137-140,142,145,147-149,151-154,163;


Betty & Veronica in Bad Boy Trouble (Archie New Look Series; Softcover; $7.49-c; Slick Heavy paper Trade Paperback in 5" x 7-1/2" DIGEST size; Full Color) Book 1 (9/2007; 1st print; Collects the complete "Bad Boy Trouble" saga from B&V Double Digest #151-154-s; Melanie J Morgans; Steven Butler / Al MIlgrom-a; 1st app Nick St. Clair, as he rides into Riverdale on his motorcycle; VF/NM = $12);



BETTY'S DIGEST MAGAZINE (Archie Comics Pub.,11/1996) #1, 2(LAST issue);

CAPTAIN HERO COMICS DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub., 1981) - #1(scarcer One-Shot special);

JOKEBOOK COMICS DIGEST ANNUAL (Archie Comics Pub., 10/1977-10/1983)
#1(10/1977; NEAL ADAMS art; VF=$20; FN/VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$8; G/VG=$6; G=$5);
#2(4/1978), 3-5;
#6-10(Uncommon);
#11, 12(Scarcer);
#13(scarce LAST issue);


JUGHEAD AND FRIENDS DIGEST MAGAZINE (June /2005 to Present) - #2-5,10,12,15,24-26, 27(4/2008), #35(January/2010;;

the JUGHEAD JONES COMICS DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 6/1977-5/1996)

#1(6/1977); #2-#11 (12/1979; Mr. Lodge spanking Veronica panel); #12-73,75-99; #100(10/1983; scarcer LAST issue);

JUGHEAD'S DOUBLE {Comics} DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics, 10/1989-Present) -

#1(10/1989); #2-9;

#10 [2/1992; All-New 21 page JUG MALLET Private Eye story with RED DELICIOUS (Cheryl Blossom swipe) = LAST Gene COLAN Art at Archie; $2.50-c; All-New Explorers from the Unknown  11 page story with Cheryl Blossom as BLAZE BLOSSOM = Lindsey & Kennedy art; VF+ = $20.00; FN/VF = $12.00; VG = $7.00];

#11-107,109-111,113-117,120,121,127-129,131,134142,144,147;

JUGHEAD WITH ARCHIE {Comics} DIGEST {Magazine} (Archie Comics Pub., 3/1974-Present)
#1(3/1974; SCARCE; G=$14); #2,3-22-47,48-146,148,150-154, 156,157,159-192,194-200;

KATY KEENE COMICS DIGEST MAGAZINE [1987-1990; Full Color; 5"x6-1/2" pocket size; Approx 100 pages each; These contain about 20% Newer 1980's material & about 80% CLASSIC reprints from the 1950's to early 1960's! With Comics, games, fashions, paper dolls, Pinups & more];
#1(1987; FN/VF=$10; VG=$6); #2(VG=$6);
#3(VG/FN=$7; VG=$6; G/VG=$5); #4(G, 2 pages missing = $2);
#5(VF=$12; G/VG=$5); #6(FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6); #6(G, 2 pages missing = $2);
#7(10/1989; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6; G=$4; FA=$3);
#8(VG, but 3 Paper Doll pages cut out $2);
#9(FN=$10; G/VG=$6);



LAUGH COMICS DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 8/1974-Present) - #1(8/1974; SCARCE; NEAL ADAMS art; G/VG=$16; G=$12; FA/G=$9); #2,7,8,19(NEAL ADAMS art); #3-6, 9-18, 20-154,156,158-200;

LITTLE ARCHIE COMICS DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 1-4=ANNUAL; 10/1977-5/1991; FIRST Digest Series);
#1(10/1977; VF=$22; FN/VF=$17; FN=$12; VG=$9; G/VG=$7);
#2(4/1978), #3(11/1978; NEAL ADAMS-a; FLY-s by KIRBY);
#4-14,16-46; #48(5/1991; Scarce LAST issue);

LITTLE ARCHIE DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 7/1991-3/1998; SECOND Digest Series; Volume-2);
Volume-2 #1(7/1991);
Volume-2 #2-20;
Volume-2 #21(3/1998; Scarcer LAST issue);

MADHOUSE COMICS DIGEST (
Archie Comics Pub.,1975/1976 thru 8/1982; SABRINA the Teen-Age Witch appears in MANY; SCARCE in better than VF);

#1 (1975-1976; Low Print & SCARCE; Reprints the FIRST and Second appearances of SABRINA the Teen-Age Witch  story from Madhouse #22 and #24; Son of Dr Jerkyl-s; Alligator Man-s; USFO/Aliens-s; Mermaid-s; Vampire-s; FN+, 6.5 = $22.00 VG=$14.00; G/VG=$10.00; G=$8.00; FA=$6.00);
#2 (FN=$9; VG=$6; G=$4; FA=$2.50);
#3 (FN/VF=$12; FN=$9);
#4 (VF=$15; FN=$9; VG=$6);
#5 (VF=$15; FN/VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6; G/VG=$5; G=$4; FA=$2.50);
#6 (VF=$15; FN/VF=$12; FN=$9; FA=$2.50);
#7 (FN/VF=$12; FN=$9; VG=$6; G/VG=$5; FA=$2.50);
#8 (8/1982; Low Print & SCARCE LAST issue; NM-, 9.2 = $26.00);

#8 (8/1982; Low Print & SCARCE LAST issue; VG/FN = $10.00);



the NEW ARCHIES COMICS DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 5/1988-5/1990)
#1(5/1988);
#2-13;
#14(5/1990; Scarcer LAST issue);

PAT THE BRAT {Comics Digest} (Archie Comics Pub.,1980) - #1(10/1980; scarcer One-Shot; VF=$14; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8; VG=$6; FA=$3);


Sabrina The Teenage Witch - The Magic Revisited (New Look Series; Softcover; $7.49-c; Slick Heavy paper Trade Paperback in 5" x 7-1/2" DIGEST size; Full Color) Book 1 [6/2007; 1st print; Collects Sabrina the Teenage Witch (2000- 3rd Series) #58-61; Tania del Rio-s/a; Manga makeover special edition TPB; includes; Spellfreeze, Blue Ribbon Blues, Councils & Concerts, Magic Within; VF/NM = $12];



TALES FROM RIVERDALE Comics DIGEST (6/2005-Present) - #1(Sabrina & Josie app; 6/2005); #3-6,10-12,15,16,18,23,25(VENOM parody-c/s), 26-29, 30(Monsters-c; Weird Mysteries-s), 32,34(10/2009);

TEENAGE MUTANT TURTLES CLASSICS {Comics} DIGEST (Archie Comics Pub./Mirage Studios; TV Cartoons; 8/1993-1995)
#1-4(Uncommon); #6(Sold Out); #7(Sold Out);



VERONICA'S DIGEST Magazine (Archie Comics Pub., 11/1992)
#1(8/1992; "Passport Digest");
#2("Passport Digest");
#3-5;



(F) MARVEL Comic Digests;


ALF COMICS Digest MAGAZINE (Marvel Pub., 11/1988) #1,2;


CRYSTAR CRYSTAL WARRIOR - To Capture the Magic Crystal // ISBN #0-939766-57-4 (1983; Marvel Books / A Mighty Marvel Storybook; by Laura Lynn, Alan Kupperberg & Marie Severin; 36 pages including Covers; 5" x 7" DIGEST Sized; Full Color with Text & illustrations; RARE Title; Inventory #13608-1; VF+, 8.5 = $18);

CRYSTAR CRYSTAL WARRIOR - To Capture the Magic Crystal // ISBN #0-939766-57-4 (1983; Marvel Books / A Mighty Marvel Storybook; by Laura Lynn, Alan Kupperberg & Marie Severin; 36 pages including Covers; 5" x 7" DIGEST Sized; Full Color with Text & illustrations; RARE Title; Inventory #13608-2 and 13608-3; NM-, 9.2 = $25.00 each);


DENNIS THE MENACE COMICS DIGEST (Marvel Pub., 4-8/1982)

#1(Mistakenly printed with DC Logo on Cover in UPC Box);

#2, 3;


G.I. JOE COMICS {Digest} MAGAZINE (Marvel Pub.,12/1986-1988)

#1-5;

#6-10(Uncommon);

#11, 12(Scarcer issues);

#13(Scarce LAST issue);


G.I.JOE: OPERATION: DISAPPEARANCE (Marvel Storybook Pub., 1983) #NN(Scarce; VG $7);


G.I.JOE: THE SPY EYE (Marvel Storybook Pub., 1983) #NN(Scarce; near FN $9);



the HAUNT OF HORROR {Digest Magazine}

(Marvel Pub., 6-8/1973; TEXT Stories with illustrations; 164 pages including covers; NO Comics Code) = this was a TWO issue series;

#1 (6/1973; SCARCE; Skeleton-c by Gray Morrow; Conjure Wife by Fritz Leiber; ** Also stories by; Harlan Ellison, Ramsey Campbell, Robert E. Howard, Dennis O'Neil,

John K. Diomede, A.A. Attanasio, R.A. Lafferty, David R. Bunch, Beverly Goldberg; ** Art by; Frank BRUNNER, Dan Green & Mike PLOOG; Werewolf-s);

#2 (8/1973; Uncommon; Woman in Torn Clothing & BONDAGE cover by Kelly Freas; Conjure Wife by Fritz Leiber; ** Also stories by; Ron Goulet, Anne McCAFFREY,

Lin Carter, John K. Diomede, Arthur Byron Cover, Howard Waldrop, Harlan Ellision; ** Art by; Frank BRUNNER, Walt Simonson, John Buscema, Dan Green,

Billy Graham, Kelly Freas);



MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS (1987-1988; Marvel / Star Pub. 4-1/4” x 6-1/4” Color MINI Comics; Promo/Giveaway; 20 Pages);

#NN(ALF; 1988; Star Comics; SCARCER);

#NN (Captain America; 1987; BYRNE art; SOLD OUT);

#NN (Care Bears; 1987; Star Comics; SCARCER; SOLD OUT);

#NN(Flintsone Kids; Hanna-Barbera; 1988; Star Comics; SCARCER);

#NN(Heathcliff; 1987; Star Comics; SCARCER);

#NN(Spider-Man; 1988; Reprints Amazining Spider-Man #1);

#NN(X-Men; 1988; Barry Windsor-Smith art);


SPIDER-MAN COMICS {Digest} MAGAZINE (Marvel Pub., 1/1987-1988)

#1-5;

#6-10(Uncommon);

#11, 12(Scarcer issues);


STAR COMICS {Digest} MAGAZINE (Marvel Pub., 12/1986-1988; Star Wars Ewoks, Heathcliff, Top Dog, Madballs, Care Bears, etc)

#1(Spider-Man app; 12/1986);

#2-5;

#6-8, 9(Spider-Man app), 10(Uncommon issues);

#11, 12(Scarcer issues);

#13(Scarce LAST issue);


the TRANSFORMERS COMICS {Digest} MAGAZINE (Marvel Pub., 1/1987-1988)

#1-5;

#6-9(Uncommon);

#10(Scarce LAST issue);


the VERY BEST OF DENNIS THE MENACE COMICS DIGEST (Marvel Pub., (Marvel Pub., 4-8/1982)

#1(Mistakenly printed with DC Logo on Cover in UPC Box);

#2, 3;


>>> See also our UK-MARVEL Comics listing for MANY more Marvel Digests!


(G) DC Comic Digests;


DC Comics Digests;



ADVENTURE (COMICS DIGEST) (9/1982-9/1983; DC Comics Pub.; Two x LEGION of Super-Heroes stories in all issues; SCARCE in better than strict VF+ condition; Only FIVE of this Digest SERIES has ANY copies as yet graded by CGC, & all of those are only ONE copy each graded; >> 60% of this RUN has NO Copies as yet graded by CGC)

#491(FIRST Digest issue; 9/1982; NEW SHAZAM-s; Legion of Super-Heroes; Superboy; Aquaman; Black Canary; Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/ Adventure #80-r; Adventure #247,267-r; Alex Toth-a;Spectre/Showcase #60-r);

#492(NEW SHAZAM-s; Aquaman, Supergirl, Black Canary; Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/Adventure #85-r; Superboy, Legion; Newton-a; Aparo-a; Action #267-r; Alex Toth-a;Superboy #86-r; Spectre/Anderson-a/Showcase #61-r);

#493[11/1982; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s; Lana Lang & Legion; Superboy; Aquaman, Zatanna, Supergirl, Adventure #282-r; Aparo-a; Action #276-r; Captain Marvel #50-r (12/1945); Spectre/Showcase #64-r];

#494[12/1982; NEW Challengers of the Unknown-s; Superboy, Mon-el, Aquaman, Legion of Super-Villains, Superman, Superboy #89-r; Aparo-a; Captain Marvel #89-r (10/1948); Superman #147-r; Spectre #1-r (1967)];

#495[1/1983; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s; Superboy, Aquaman, Legion; Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/Adventure #84-r (3/1943), Spectre #2-r/Neal Adams-a; Toth-a; Adventure #290,293-r; Aparo-a; Captain Marvel #141-r (2/1953)];

#496(2/1983; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s/Alex Toth-a; Supergirl/Action Comics #287,289-r; Aquaman #45/Aparo-a; Captain Marvel, Jr.; Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/Adventure #77-r; Spectre #3-r/Neal Adams-a);

#497 [3/1983; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s/Alex Toth -a; Superboy #98-r/1st Ultra-Boy; Aquaman #46-r/Aparo-a; Marvel Family #1-r (12/1945) Beck-a; Legion/Adventure #300-r/Mon-El joins; Spectre #4-r/Neal Adams-a; Reprints the 15 page Comic story from Marvel Family #1 ; “The Mighty Marvels Join Forces” = Intro & ORIGIN of Teth-Adam aka BLACK ADAM = His First & Only appearance in the Golden Age; Manitoba; NM-, 9.2 = $36.00];

#497 [3/1983; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s/Alex Toth -a; Superboy #98-r/1st Ultra-Boy; Aquaman #46-r/Aparo-a; Marvel Family #1-r (12/1945) Beck-a; Legion/ Adventure #300-r/Mon-El joins; Spectre #4-r/Neal Adams-a; Reprints the 15 page Comic story from Marvel Family #1 ; “The Mighty Marvels Join Forces” = Intro & ORIGIN of Teth-Adam aka BLACK ADAM = His First & Only appearance in the Golden Age; VF/NM, 9.0 = $24.00];

#497 [3/1983; NEW Challengers of Unknown-s/Alex Toth -a; Superboy #98-r/1st Ultra-Boy; Aquaman #46-r/Aparo-a; Marvel Family #1-r (12/1945) Beck-a; Legion/ Adventure #300-r/Mon-El joins; Spectre #4-r/Neal Adams-a; Reprints the 15 page Comic story from Marvel Family #1 ; “The Mighty Marvels Join Forces” = Intro & ORIGIN of Teth-Adam aka BLACK ADAM = His First & Only appearance in the Golden Age; VF, 8.0 = $18.00];


#498[4/1983; Kane-c; Plastic Man-s; Origin of Bouncing Boy/Legion/Adventure #301-r; Aquaman #47-r/Aparo-a; Captain Marvel #138-r/Beck-a(11/1952); Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/Adventure #74(5/1942);Sun-Boy/Legion/Adventure #302-r; Mary Marvel-s; Spectre #5-r/Neal Adams-a; VF/NM, 9.0 = $16.00; VG = $6.00];


#499[5/1983; Kane-c; Plastic Man-s; Legion/Adventure #303,304-r; Aquaman #48-r/Aparo-a; Captain Marvel #79(12/1947)/Beck-a/origin &1st app Talky Tawny; Sandman/Jack Kirby-a/Adventure #75-r(6/1942); Captain Marvel #143-r(4/53); Spectre #6-r/Anderson-a]= SOLD OUT];;

#500(6/1983; all LEGION of Super-Heroes issue = 10 stories; 148 Page GIANT; Adventure #305-313-r;Jimmy Olsen #72-r; VF+, 8.5 = $14.00);


#501[HITLER-c; 7/1983; Plastic Man; Legion/Adventure #314,315-r; Captain Marvel #91-r/Beck-a (12/1948); Spectre #7-r/Anderson -a; Aquaman #49-r/Aparo-a; the RAY/Will Eisner-s/Lou Fine-a/ Smash #17(12/1940)];

#502[Dream Girl-c/s; 8/1983; Plastic Man; Legion/Adventure #316,317-r; Captain Marvel #143-r/Beck-a (4/1953); Spectre #8-r/Anderson -a; Aquaman #50-r/Aparo-a; Zatanna/Morrow -a];

#503[LAST issue; 9/1983; Legion/Adventure #318-r; Plastic Man; Aquaman #51,52/Aparo-a; Zatanna/Morrow-a; Newsboy Legion/origin & 1st app Guardian /Star Spangled #7/Jack Kirby-a (4/1942); Elastic Lad/Jimmy Olsen #76-r];


ATARI FORCE (DC Comics Pub., Atari Promo / giveaway Mini comic; 1982; Art by Ross Andru & Dick Giordano)

#1-3(Scarce; FN$9; VG$6; G$4); #4(Rare; FN $12); #5(Rare; sold out);


BATMAN (Animated) - JPA – Jam Packed Action {Comics Digest - Graphic Novel for Kids} (DC Pub; Hanna-Barbera / Cartoon Network; Full Color; 100 pages including Covers) #NN(#1; 2005; Animation Cel art from actual episodes of the Cartoon Network series; ** With 2 Episodes; (A) Bat in the Belfry with JOKER; (B) Traction with BANE; VF/NM = $10);


BEST OF DC Blue Ribbon Digest (Comics Digest; DC Comics Pub., Sept-Oct/1979 thru 1986; NEW cover art on MOST issues; NOTE; #41-71 = Lower Print Runs & Scarcer issues; MOST are 100 pages; SCARCE in better than strict VF+ condition; Only about 50% of this SERIES has ANY copies as yet graded by CGC, & most of those are only ONE copy each graded; >> 50% of this RUN has NO Copies as yet graded by CGC)
#1(SUPERMAN issue; 9-10/1979; Superman #149-r = Death of Superman; Action #300-r; & more; New Painted-c);
#2(BATMAN 40th Anniversary speical; New Painted-c; Reprints GA Batman-s from #7,48, Neal Adams-a, Joker-s, Two-Face-s & more);
#3(SUPER FRIENDS; 1-2/1980; New Painted-c; Scarcer issue; Teen Titans-s; Justice League-s);
#4(RUDOLPH the Red Nosed Reindeer; 3-4/1980; originally intended to the 1978 Treasury, but cancelled in the 1978 DC Implosion; Sheldon Mayer wraparound-c & art);
#5(132 pages; YEAR'S BEST COMICS STORIES; 5-6/1980; >> Superman & Sgt Rock, Jonah Hex, Deadman, Superboy, House of Mystery, Batman, Haunted Tank, Secrets of Haunted House, Superman; New wraparound-c with 54 Heroes & DC Staff);
#6(SUPERMAN; Lois, Jimmy, Perry & Clark; 7-8/1980; New-c by Andru/Giordano; Superman #75,85, Lois Lane #17-r, etc);
#6(SUPERMAN; Lois, Jimmy, Perry & Clark; 7-8/1980; New-c by Andru/Giordano; Superman #75,85,Lois Lane #17-r, etc);
#7(SUPERBOY; 9-10/1980; With; Lex Luthor, Supergirl, Green Arrow, Mxyzptlk, Aquaman);
#8(Secret Lives of SUPERMAN; 11-12/1980; FLASH app; JLA cameo);
#9(BATMAN; 1-2/1981; 5-Part Story with Ra's al Ghul & Talia, from Detective Comics #444-448-r; Batman #216-r);
#10 [SECRET ORIGINS of SUPER-VILLIANS; 3/1981; NEW First Time EVER 10 page Origin of the Penguin; >> ALSO; Ocean Master(Aquaman), Captain Boomerang(Flash), Shark(Green Lantern), Shadow Thief (Hawkman), Red Dart(Green Arrow ), Parasite(Superman)];
#11 (132 pages; 4/1981; Year's Best Stories; Superman, Batman, Legion, Deadman, Sgt Rock, Time Warp, Jonah Hex);
#12(SUPERMAN in Time & Space - Past, Future & Other Worlds);

#13(6/1981; Superman Team-Ups issue; Superman and Green Lantern-s = Felix Faust, Dr. Fate, Jor-El, Guardians; Green Arrow, Atom & Hawkman app; Kryptonian-Killer-s = Supergirl & Krypto app; Superman and Green Arrow-s; Energy-Blackmailers-s = Batgirl & Batman app; Superman and Aquaman-s);
#14(BATMAN's VILLIANS; Joker, Penguin, Riddler, Two-Face, Catwoman; ADAMS-a; Rogers-a);
#15(8/1981; SUPERBOY issue; Classic stories of Smallville; Krypto, Martha & Jonathan Kent, Lana Lang, etc app; Origin of Lex Luthor lost his hair & began to hate Superboy; 2pgs Wally Wood -a; Pete Ross learns Clark Kent is Superboy);
#16(SUPERMAN Anniverary Stories; Origin of Superman from Superman #53; Capt Thunder;Superman-Batman Split = Neal Adams-a);
#17(SUPERGIRL; Reprints from Action #256,285,318, Adventure 424, Supergirl #1, Superman Family #165; new PEREZ-c);
#18(11/1981; PEREZ front/back-c; 10 Page All-New NEW TEEN TITANS-s, Infantino-a; Teen Titans #20-22-r, NEAL ADAMS-a; #24-r, Gil Kane-a);
#19(12/1981; all SUPERMAN Imaginary story issue; 3-Part Superman-Red and Superman-Blue, Superman-c/s; Curt Swan-a; 2-Part New Superman and Batman Team-s; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kent-s; Lois Lane...Dead...Yet Alive; Superman, 2001);
#20(World's Finest; 1/1982; Superman and Batman team-up stories; Dr Fate app);

#21(2/1982; JSA issue; new George PEREZ-c; Untold Origin of Justice Society of America = DC Special #29-r; All-Star Comics #35-r; Starman & Black Canary-s with Wildcat = Brave & Bold #62-r);
#22(Christmas with the Super-Heroes; PEREZ back-c; Teen Titans #13-r, Batman #27, 247-r, Capt Marvel Jr #46-r; Robin-s; JLA #110-r; SANDMAN by KIRBY from Canceled Comic Cavalcade Book-2);
#23(148 pages; New PEREZ-c; YEAR'S BEST COMICS STORIES; Batman, Sgt Rock, Shazam, New Teen Titans, House of Mystery, Jonah Hex, GL Corps, Crimson Avenger, Tales of Gotham, Superman)
#24 (5/1982; LEGION of Super-Heroes; All-New Story; 16 pages of LEGION Members New Costumes with PEREZ-a; VF/NM, 9.0 = $15);
#25(SUPERMAN; 6/1982; Neal Adams-a; Wayne Boring-a; Curt Swan-a);
#26(BRAVE & the BOLD; Batman, Deadman, Robin Hood, Suicide Squad, Viking Prince, Silent Knight, Cave Carson; Heath-a; Kubert-a; Neal ADAMS-a);
#27(SUPERMAN vs LUTHOR; 8/1982; World's Finest #59-r; DEATH of Luthor-s; Origin Superman-Luthor Feud);
#28(9/1982; BINKY's Summer Fun; >> With; Scooter, Sugar & Spike; Lower Print Run);
#29(SUGAR and SPIKE; >> With; Binky, Stanley & his Monster; FIVE stories previouly Un-Published in USA; Lower Print Run);
#30(11/1982; DETECTIVE Comics; Batman; Batgirl & Robin; Human Target; Elongated Man; Jason Bard; Roy Raymond; Mysto; Capt Compass; Martian Manhunter; Leonard Starr-a; Gil Kane-a);
#31(12/1982; JUSTICE LEAGUE of America; >> JLA #75,105,106,161-r);
#32(1/1983; SUPERMAN; Anderson-a, Swan-a; Solomon Grundy & Parasite-c/s);
#33 (Secret Origins of LEGION of Super-Heroes; Wraparound Giffen-c; Grell & Swan-a);
#34(3/1983; METAL MEN; Showcase #37-40-r; mislabeled #497 on cover; DIRECT Edition);

#34(3/1983; METAL MEN; Showcase #37-40-r; mislabeled #497 on cover; Canadian Newsstand $1.50 Cover Price VARIANT Edition; SCARCE)

#34(3/1983; METAL MEN; Showcase #37-40-r; mislabeled #497 on cover; Corrected VARIANT edition with #34 on cover on this $1.25 American Newsstand copy only; SCARCE; FN = $12.00);

#35 (4/1983; 148 Page Giant; 1982 Year's Best Stories. Reprints; New Teen Titans #20, PEREZ-a; Sgt. Rock #361; Firestorm #7; Swamp Thing #4; Haven = Don Newton=a from Detective #514; Legion of Super-Heroes #286; Tom Sutton-a from House of Mystery #310; Comics Presents #50)


#36(5/1983; SUPERMAN; Kryptonite issue; Superman #77,106,130,139,179,195-r; Adventure #279,290-r; Action #310-r);
#37(FUNNY STUFF; Sheldon Mayer-c/a; Peter Porkchops, Doodles Duck, Three Mouseketeers, Dodo and Frog, Dizzy Dog, Raccoon Kids, Peter Panda, Nip & Chip, Nutsy Squirrel, Bo Bunny, Goofy Goose, Stanley & His Monster, Three Mouseketeers);
#38(7/1983; SUPERMAN vs the Supernatural; Action #86,269,324,379,406-r; Jimmy Olsen #81-r; Lois Lane #108-r; Superman #126,129-r; Supergirl app);
#39(8/1983; Binky and his Buddies; >> Binki, Benny, Debbi, Scooter & Buzzy);
#40(World of Krypton; Superman app; Morrow-c/a; Anderson, Cockrum, Swan & KALUTA ar);
#41(10/1983; Sugar & Spike; Sheldon Mayer-c/a; All-New stories);
#42(SUPERMAN vs ALIENS; Superman #84,87,102,145-r; Action Comics #226,234,326,342-r; Jimmy Olsen #43-r);
#43(12/1983; FUNNY STUFF; Sheldon Mayer-c/a; Peter Porkchops, Flippity and Flop, Three Mouseketeers, Doodles Duck, Goofy Goose, J. Rufus Lion, Nutsy Squirrel, Peter Panda, Dizzy Dog, Dodo and Frog, Bo Bunny, Raccoon Kids, Three Mouseketeers);
#44 (1/1984; Superboy & the LEGION of Super-Heroes; Adventure #319-323-r; Lois Lane #50-r);
#45(Binky and his Buddies; >> Binki, Benny, Debbi, Scooter, Sherwood, Malibu, Kenny, Penny & Buzzy);
#46(Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen; >> Jimmy Olsen #1,2,37,39,101,106,132,157-r; Elastic Lad app);
#47(Sugar & Spike; Sheldon Mayer-c/a);
#48(5/1984; SUPERMAN Team-Up Action; Superman, Captain Strong, Elongated Man, Batman, Metamorpho, Black Canary, Green Arrow; Batgirl; Green Lantern; Atom; Giordano & Swan-a);
#49(FUNNY STUFF; Sheldon Mayer-a; Engel-c; Three Mouseketeers, Dodo and Frog, Peter Porkchops, Dizzy Dog, Raccoon Kids, Stanley the Timid Scarecrow, Doodles Duck, Winky and Pinky, Bo Bunny,Goofy Goose, Peter Panda, Nutsy Squirrel, Stanley and His Monster);
#50(7/1984; Year’s Best SUPERMAN Stories; OMAC-s; PEREZ-a; Swan-a; Luthor-s; Ambush Bug-s; Giffen-a);
#51(8/1984; BATMAN FAMILY; RA'S AL GHUL; 2xNeal ADAMS-a; Starlin-a; Man-Bat; Batgirl; Night of the Reaper; Marshall Rogers-a);
#52(148 pages; Year's Best Stories; Teen Titans, Blackhawk, Amethyst, Legion of Super-Heroes, Sgt. Rock, Swamp Thing, Batman);
#53(Binky and his Buddies; >> Binki, Lil Leroy, Debbi, Scooter, Mona, Malibu, Sylvester & Buzzy; Swimsuits-c);
#54(SUPERMAN battles WEIRD Villians; Mxzyptlk, Solomon Grundy, Gorilla Grodd, Toyman, Metallo, Bizarro);
#55(FUNNY STUFF; Sheldon Mayer-a; Fiala-c; Three Mouseketeers, Dodo and Frog, Peter Porkchops, Dizzy Dog, Raccoon Kids, Stanley the Timid Scarecrow, Doodles Duck, Fraidy Cat, Bo Bunny, Peter Panda, Nutsy Squirrel, Blabber Mouse; 12/1984);
#56(1/1985; SUPERMAN vs more ALIENS; Superman #177,244,246,251,258,262-r; Swan & Anderson-a);
#57 (LEGION of Super-Heroes; Low Print; Adventure #316,324-328-r);
#58(3/1985; SUPER JRS. Holiday Special; All-New 65 page adventure; Superherores as Kids = Flash, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman & Robin; Sheldon Mayer-a; 3 x Suger & Spike Christmas stories; 1st app Super Jrs; Low Print);
#59(4/1985; SUPERMAN SAGAS; Lex Luthor, Braniac, Supergirl; Low Print);
#60(PLOP!; Wood-c; Wolverton, Aragones, Wrightson, Wood, Marrs, Robbins, Anderson, Kaluta-a; Lord of the Rings parody; Low Print);
#61(148 pages; Year's Best Stories; Swamp Thing, Superman, Sgt. Rock, Legion of Super-Heroes, Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, Blue Devil, Teen Titans, Atari Force; Alan Moore-s; Bissette, George Perez & Gil Kane-a; Low Print);
#62(7/1985; Year’s Best BATMAN Stories; GOLDEN-a; Wrath app; Colan-a; Newton-a);
#63(PLOP!; Wood-c; Wolverton, Aragones, Wrightson, Wood, Ditko, Cardy, Marrs, Starlin, Alcala-a; Low Print);

#64(Legion of Super-Heroes issue; Legion as villains-s; Dynamo Boy; Legion of Super-Villains / Legion of Substitute-Heroes; Quest of Lightning Lad-s; War between Krypton and Earth-s; Edmond Hamilton-s; Unknown Legionnaire-s; Adventure #330-334-r;
#65(Sugar & Spike; 10/1985; Sheldon Mayer-c/a; Sugar & Spike #37,41,46-48,65,72-r; First Bernie the Brain-s; Low Print);
#66(11/1985; SUPERMAN Team-Up Action; LEGION of Super-Heroes; JLA – Justice League of America; Metal Men; Krypto; SCARCE High Number issue;
SOLD OUT);
#67 (LEGION of Super-Heroes; Low Print Run issue; Low Print);
#68(1/1986; SUGAR and SPIKE – Halloween Special; Sheldon Mayer-c/a; SCARCE High Number issue);
#69(2/1986; Year’s Best TEAM Stories; LEGION of Super-Heroes, New Teen Titans, Infinity Inc, Batman & the Outsiders;PEREZ-a; Newton-a; Apraro-a; SCARCE High Number issue);
#70(3/1986; Binky and his Buddies; >> Binki, Debbi, Scooter, Sylvester, & Buzzy; Low Print
= SOLD OUT);
#71(4/1986; LAST ISSUE; Giffen-c/a; >> Superman, Blue Devil, Omega Men, Swamp Thing, Zatana, Ambush Bug, Adam Strange, Tales of the Green Lantern Corps, Batman, Atari Force; Williamson-a; Alan Moore-s; Gibbons-a; Marshall Rogers-a; Colan-a; Low Print);


BATMAN Mask of the Phantasm {Comics Digest}

#NN (1993; Adaption of the Animated Cartoon Motion Picture / Movie)


BROOKLYN DREAMS {Comics Digest} (PARADOX Press / DC Pub; 1994-1995); #1-4(Barr-a);


CENTIPEDE (DC Comics Pub., Atari giveaway Mini comic; 1983) #1 (Rare; FN$15; G$7);




DC SPECIAL BLUE RIBBON DIGEST (DC Comics Pub., 3-4/1980 thru 8/1982; SCARCE in better than strict VF+ condition; Only about 28 Copies in TOTAL of this SERIES has ANY copies as yet graded by CGC, for ALL issue numbers combined; Most of those are only ONE copy each CGC graded; >> Four issues of this RUN has NO Copies as yet graded by CGC); NEW cover art on ALL issues; NOTE; #20-24 = Lower Print Runs & Scarcer issues;
#1 (3-4/1980 LEGION of Super-Heroes; Adventure #247,300,306,349,352,353-r)
#2(FLASH & Friends; Green Lantern, Golden Age Flash, Kid Flash meets Elongated Man; Flash #124,130,131,149,158,173-r);
#3(JUSTICE SOCIETY; GA JSA-s from All Star #36; Dr Fate=1st Issue Special #9-r; All Star #58/59-r with 1st app Power Girl);
#4(GREEN LANTERN & Golden Age GL-c/s; GL #1,5,12,16,40,53-r; Gil Kane & Anderson-a);
#5(Secret Origins of Super-Heroes; NEW Origin of ZATANNA & Zatara; 1st Deadman = Strange Adventures #205-r, Demon #1-r by Kirby, Green Lantern 16-r, JLA 9-r; Wonder Girl = Teen Titans #22-r; Kane, Cardy, Infantino & Anderson-a);
#6(GHOSTS; Phantom Stranger; Dr 13 Ghostbreaker; Cardy-c; Glanzman, Alcala, Aparo-a);
#7(SGT. ROCK'S Prize Battle Tales; Haunted Tank; Mlle Marie; Unknown Soldier; War that Time Forgot/Dinosaur-s; Enemy Ace; Art by; KUBERT, TOTH, Heath);
#8 (4/1981; LEGION of Super-Heroes; Adventure #365-367-r; Superboy #198,202-r; Swan,Grell,Cockrum-a)
#9(Secret Origins of Super-Heroes; Atom Showcase #34-r; Swamp Thing HOS#92-r; 1st app Batgirl Detective #359-r; Adventure #269-r= Aquaman meets Aqualad; Green Lantern #10-r; Adventure 210=Superboy finds Krypto; GA Dr Fate-r from More Fun #67; Adventure #256 = Green Arrow by Kirby; Adventure #262= Origin Speedy);
#10(6/1981; all WARLORD issue; Mike GRELL-c/a);
#11(JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA; JSA and Seven Soldiers of Victory app; JLA #17,100-102-r);
#12(HAUNTED TANK; GI Combat #87= 1st Haunted Tank; Sgt Rock; KUBERT-c; Glamzman-a;Neal ADAMS-a; Heath-a);
#13(Strange Sports; JLA & Super-Heroes vs Joker & Super-Villians-c/s; Brave & Bold #49-r; Strange Sports #1-5-r);
#14(UFO INVADERS; Kubert-c; Adam Strange-s; Strange Adventures & Mystery in Space-r);
#15(11/1981; Secret Origins of Super-Villians; Superboy #68-r=Bizarro; Flash #128-r=Abra Kadabra; Detective #230-r=Mad Hatter; Green Lantern #7-r=Sinestro; Justice League #3-r =Kanjar Ro);
#16(GREEN LANTERN and Green Arrow = All NEAL ADAMS art; new ADAMS-c; Wrightson-i; GL #81,82,84-r; Flash #217-219-r);

#17(1/1982; GHOSTS issue; Joe KUBERT-c; Art by; Arthur Suydam, Neal ADAMS, Bernie Wrightson & Mike Kaluta, Neal Adams & Joe Orlando, Ralph Reese, Wally Wood, Neal Adams & Giordano, Weiss & Bernie Wrightson; Mike Kaluta; *** 41 pages of Neal ADAMS art in Total; *** 21 pages of Bernie Wrightson art in Total);
#18(2/1982; SGT. ROCK; all Kanigher-s & KUBERT-a issue; Showcase #45-r; OAAW#87,120,179,237,238-r);
#19(DOOM PATROL; new George PEREZ-c; My Greatest Adventure #80,86,90,91-r; Madame Xanadu app;);
#20(DARK MANSION of Forbidden Love; Art by; DeZuniga, TOTH & Mayerick; LOW print & VERY SCARCE; NM-, 9.2 = $100; VF+, 8.5 = $59; FN=$22; VG=$15; G/VG=$10);

#21(OUR ARMY AT WAR; KUBERT-c/a; Heath-a; Toth-a; Sgt Rock, Haunted Tank; War that Time Forgot/Dinosaur-s; Enemy Ace; Low Print High Number issue);
#22 (Secret Origins of Super-Heroes; Showcase #22 Green Lantern; Black Lightning #1; Adventure #348 Sun Boy/Legion; Strange Adventures #18 = Animal Man; Showcase #62 Inferior Five; Scarcer, Low Print High Number issue);
#23(GREEN ARROW; World's Finest #98, 102,113-r; Adventure #250,252,253-r; Brave and Bold #85; Art by; Neal ADAMS, Grell, KIRBY; Batman app; DC Super Stars #17; Green Lantern #87; Action #428 BLACK CANARY-s; Low Print High Number issue);
#24(8/1982; HOUSE OF MYSTERY; Kubert-c; Art by; WRIGHTSON, Aparo, TOTH, Morrow, WOOD; Low Print High Number issue; Scarcer LAST issue in series);


DC SPECIAL SERIES ( DIGESTS issues); (DC Comics Pub.; SCARCE in better than strict VF+ condition; Only about 7 Copies in TOTAL of this DIGEST issues of SERIES are as yet graded by CGC, for ALL 4 Digest issue numbers combined; Other numbers are COMICS and TREASURY's)

#18(Fall 1979; 1st DIGEST Sized issue; SGT. ROCK Prize Battle Tales);

#19 (Fall; 11//1979; DIGEST; Secret Origins of Super-Heroes; NEW Origin of WONDER WOMAN; >> Also; Superman/Batman team, Elongated Man, Aquaman, Legion, Hawkman, Robin, Supergirl);

#23 (2/1981; DIGEST; World's Finest; Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Green Arrow; Kirby-a);

#24 (2/1981; DIGEST; Flash & his Friends; With; Green Lanterm, GA Flash, Dr Mid-Nite, Dr Fate, Elongated Man);


HISTORY OF VIOLENCE {Comics Digest } (Vertigo/DC Pub; Promo/Giveaway) #NN(1997; Movie Adation; Photo-c; Chapter-1 Small Town Killing);


Jonah Hex and other Western Tales (Comics Digest); (1979-1980; 100 pages; New PAINTED-c on all by Luis Dominguez; Also With; El Diablo, Scalphunter, Billy the Kid & Outlaw backup stories); [SCARCE in better than strict VF+ condition; Only 11 Copies in TOTAL of this SERIES are as yet graded by CGC, (as of June/2010) for ALL 3 issue numbers combined; Only ONE of #1 is so far Graded by CGC]; NON Jonah Hex stories include; El Diablo, Scalphunter, Billy the Kid & Outlaw; ** This DIGEST Series reprinst 9 of the Earliest 1970's CLASSIC Color Comic Book stories of JONAH HEX, (Many would argue, the BEST Western Comics of All-Time) at a tiny Fraction of the Cost of The Original Comic Books; >>>> ***the JONAH HEX Movie / Film (due in Theatres on June 18, 2010) In the Wild West, a scarred bounty hunter tracks a voodoo practitioner bent on liberating the South by raising an Army of the Undead; *** Starring; Josh Brolin as Jonah Hex, John Malkovichas Turnbull, Megan Fox as Leila, Michael Shannon, Will Arnett & Michael Fassbender;

#1(9-10/1979; Reprints Jonah HEX stories from Weird Western #11,23,24; including; the Hundred Dollar Deal, Point Pyrrhus Massacre, Point Pyrrhus Aftermath; Neal ADAMS-a);

#2(11-12/1979; Reprints Jonah HEX stories from Weird Western #12,16,20, including; Blood Brothers, Grasshopper Courage & Promise to a Princess; Neal ADAMS-a; Alex TOTH-a; Sergio Aragones-a);

#3(1-2/1980; ints Jonah HEX stories from Weird Western #14, 17, 26, Including; Killers Die Alone, Face Off with the Galagher Boys, the Hangin' Woman; Tortured HEX in Bondage cover; KANE-a; Wildey-a);



JPA – Jam Packed Action (DC Pub; Hanna-Barbera / Cartoon Network; Full Color; 100 pages including Covers)

#1(2004; actual episodes of the Cartoon Network series Megas XLR, Billy and Mandy, Samurai Jack, and Kids Next Door; With bonus DVD of Cartoon Network's hit Megas; NM, factory Sealed = $10);


JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED (Animated) - JPA – Jam Packed Action {Comics Digest - Graphic Novel for Kids} (DC Pub; Hanna-Barbera / Cartoon Network; Full Color; 100 pages including Covers) #NN(#1; 2005; Animation Cel art from actual episodes of the Cartoon Network series; ** With 2 Episodes; (A) Initiation; (B) For the Man who has Everything; VF/NM = $10);



SCOOBY DOO (DC Pub; Hanna-Barbera / Cartoon Network; Full Color; 116 pages including Covers; $6.95-$6.99 Original Cover Price)

#1(11/2003; You Meddling Kids; SOLD OUT ); #2(12/2003; Ruh-Roh; VF/NM = $10); #3(3/2005; All Wrapped Up; VF/NM = $10);

#4(4/2004; Big Squeeze; VF/NM = $10); #5(2/2006; Surf's Up; VF/NM = $10); #6(3/2006; Space Fright; VF/NM = $10);



SECRET ORIGIN OF... (1980; Color Gum card size Mini Comic; 2-3/4" x 4-1/4";16 pages; New ART?) (A) Aquaman; (B) Batman {Joker & penguin-c}; (C) Flash; (D)Green Lantern; (E) Hawkman; (F) JLA Justice League of America; (G) Wonder Woman; = all in VF or better = $10.00 EACH;


SUPERMAN POCKET BOOK {Comics Digest} (UK British; EGMONT / Methuen Pub; 1978-1979; 100 pages; Full Color);

#1(1978; Creeper, Joker & Parasite app; VF = $12);

#2(Bizarro-c/s; Supergirl & Batgirl-s; Batman & Man-Bat-s; VF = $12);



Superman Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow (DC COMICS DIGEST/Graphic Novel/ TPB; 1997; Full Color; 52 pages)
#1(1st Print; Collects Superman #423 & Action Comics #583. Classic Alan MOORE-s; Art by Curt Swan, George Perez, and Kurt Schaffenberger. Bizarro, the Death of Clark Kent, Lex Luthor & Brainiac Team-Up; Salute to the Legion of Superheroes; VG $7)

Superman in Action Comics (1993 Mini TPB Book; Abbeville Press; Full Color) #NN(#1; 1st print; Complete covers for the first 25 years of Action Comics from #1-300. Includes a full color photo's of all the cover, date, artist nakes. Softcover; 4" x 4-1/2"; 300 pages; VG/FN = $7);

SUPER POWER COLLECTION (Kenner Color Gum card size Mini Comic; 2-3/4" x 4-1/4"; Color; 1984; 16 pages; Action Figure Promo Comics); #1 (Superman); #7 (The Joker); #11(Green Lantern); = all in VF or better = $10.00 EACH;



SUPER POWER COLLECTION (Kenner Color Gum card size Mini Comic; 2-3/4" x 4-1/4"); #13 (Steppenwolf); #14 (Martian Manhunter); #15 (Doctor Fate); #16 (Firestorm); #17(???) #18 (Green Arrow); #19(???); #20(Kalbak); #21 (DeSaad); #23 (Red Tornado); #24(???); #??(Mantis) = all SOLD OUT;


SWORDQUEST {Comic Digest size} (DC Comics, 1982, Atari Promo / giveaway Mini Comics; Art by GEORGE PEREZ) -

#1(scarce; FN$10; VG$7; G$5); #2,3 (Rare = SOLD OUT);



TARZAN Comic Digest (DC Pub; Fall/1972; 164 pages);

#1 (based on Edgar Rice Burroughs; Full Color Comic; 164 pages including covers; >>> INCLUDES; ( 1 ) Tarzan and the Rite of the Great Apes; ( 2 ) Tarzan and the Ant-Men; ( 3 ) Tarzan's Jungle Lore; (4) Tarzan and the Attack of the Beast Men; ( 5) Tarzan's Illustrated Ape-English Dictionary ; ( 6) Tarzan's Jungle Lore; >>> Superb interior artwork by RUSS MANNING; Great new cover art by JOE KUBERT);


TEEN TITANS - JPA – Jam Packed Action {Comics Digest - Graphic Novel for Kids} (DC Pub; Hanna-Barbera / Cartoon Network; Full Color; 100 pages including Covers) #NN(#1; 2004; Animated TEEN TITANS in Fear Itself cover & Story; Animation Cel art from actual episodes of the Cartoon Network series; Mucha Lycha in Getting Ahead; Scooby Doo in Mummy scares best; Xiaolin Showdown in Like a Rock; VF/NM = $10);




(H) CHARLTON Related Comic Digests;
*** (variously associated with these Publishers; Xerox, Now Age Books, Ottenheimer & Pendulum Press),

>>> LOW PRINT RUNS = ALL SCARCE in ANY GRADE; SCARCE in FN or Better; RARE in VF or Better;


Barney & Betty {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest); Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; VARIANT Edition = 75 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; FN/VF=$32; G/VG=$18);



Bugs Bunny - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971); NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VF=$40; VG=$20);


Bugs Bunny - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Pendulum Press; Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971; VARIANT Edition = 60 Cents Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #63-3015 (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; G = $15);



DINO {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; 75 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W) #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; = SOLD OUT


DINO {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1974; VARIANT Edition = 75 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG = $22);



Doctor Graves Haunted Puzzlers by D.J. Anderson; (Based on the Original CHARLTON Pub. Character) #NN (RARE; SOLD OUT);

DOCTOR GRAVES Magic Book (Comics Digest) by D.J. Anderson; (Charlton Press Inc/Xerox Education publications; Derby, Connecticut, USA; Based on the Original CHARLTON Pub. Character; 68 pages including covers; Low Print & SCARCE; Rare in VF or better) - #NN(#1; One-Shot; 1977, 2-3 page Text Stories with illustrations on 66 pages & Magic Tricks; Steve DITKO-c/a; Joe Staton-a; SCARCE; FA/G = $16.00);



FLINTSTONES - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1972; 60 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; Weight = 85 Grams; FN/VF=$32);


FLINTSTONES - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1972; VARIANT Edition = with NO Price on cover; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; Weight = 85 Grams; SOLD OUT );




Ghostly Ghastly Cartoons, by Marvin Townsend; (Xerox Education publications/ Popcorn Bag/ Reader Weekly Book Ed = Charlton Press related; Connecticut, USA; NO cover price; 68 pages including covers) #NN(1971; Full page Cartoons; SCARCE; SOLD OUT);



The JETSONS - - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; 60 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA); #NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; VG/FN = $32);

The JETSONS - - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; 60 cents original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA); #NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; Ex-Library copy, Good = $18);


Jokes and Riddles Roundup, by D.J. Arneson; illustrated by Jim Kersell; (Xerox Education publications = Charlton Press related; Connecticut, USA; 50 cents original cover price; 68 pages including covers) #NN(1972; Text Jokes & Riddles illustrated with Cartoons; smaller Mass Market Paperback size; SCARCE; SOLD OUT);


PAN Agent Mysteries No. 2, by D.J. Arneson; (Pendulum Press inc / Now Age Books = Xerox / Charlton Press related; Connecticut, USA 75 cents original cover price; 68 pages including covers) #NN(1972; Six solve it yourself Text Stories illustrated with full page Comic illos; smaller Mass Market Paperback size; SCARCE; SOLD OUT);



(Teen-Age) Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; NO original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG/FN = $26);


(Teen-Age) Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm {Hanna Barbera = FLINTSTONES related} - (Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1973; Derby, Connecticut, USA; 75 cents original cover price VARIANT; 100 pages including covers; B&W; USA); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; SOLD OUT);



Road Runner - (Comic Digest) - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971); #NN ( NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; FN/VF=$35; VG/FN=$25; VG=$20; G=$15);


Road Runner - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Books/Pendulum Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton, thus listed here; 1971;

VARIANT Edition = 60 cents Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #63-2970 (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; Low Print Run, Scarce; FA = $12);



Scooby Doo - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Ottenheimer/Xerox/Charlton Pub; 1976; NO cover price; 68 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page gags; VG+ = $32);


SPACE; 1999 - (TV Related Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1976; Derby Conn, USA; NO original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W);
#NN (Six All New Stories & Art for this edition; Text Stories VG= $28); #NN (Six All New Stories & Art for this edition; Text Stories FN = $40);



Tweety and Sylvester - (Warner Bros / Looney Toons Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971); NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG = $20.00);


Tweety and Sylvester - (Comic Digest) (Now Age Pendulum Press; Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton; 1971; VARIANT Edition = 60 Cents Original cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #63-2990 (All stories in this digest are untitled new material & are one-page gag comics; VG/FN=$28; G/VG = $18);



Woody Woodpecker - (Comic Digest) (Xerox Pub. Comic Digest; Predecessor to the Hanna Barbera Digests published by Charlton, thus listed here; 1971; NO cover price; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All stories in this booklet are untitled & are one-page & two-page gag cartoons; G/VG, crayon on 3 panels = $19);

Yogi Bear - (Hanna Barbera Comic Digest) (Charlton Press/Xerox Comic Digest; 1972; Derby, Connecticut, USA; 75 cents original cover price VARIANT; 100 pages including covers; B&W); #NN (All New Stories & Art for this edition; One-Page GAG Comic Strips; Text Stories; FN/VF=$32);


(I) PYRAMID Comic Digests

FICTION ILLUSTRATED (Byron Preiss Visual Pub./ Pyramid, New York, NY, USA; Full color illustrated Grapic Novel in Comics Digest format; 132 Pages including covers);

Volume-1 #1; (January 1976; Pyramid Logo on cover with #P4076; SCHLOMO RAVEN PUBLIC DETECTIVE; Foreward By Harvey Kurtzman; Tom Sutton Cover & Art. "In the footsteps of the 'The Maltese Falcon' and 'The Black Bird'; Smarter than Marlowe! Shorter than Spade! The forites come alive in two outrageous movies onpaper! Who kidnapped the Farx Bros? Grippo, Heepo, Choocho and Zeepo Farx are missing! the clues Raven to Hollywood and a confrontation with major film stars of the day. Hear 'As Time Goes By' as you're never heard it before! ROSEBUG A death behind the scenes at Radio City Musical Hall brings Schlomo Raven face-to-face with the memorable Orsoni Wells! An all-Black musical version of Citisen Kane is in production but so is a deadly conspiracy! raven tackles German saboteurs in an effort to solve the mystery of 'ROSEBUG!' foreward by H. Kurtzman!" >>> Classic parody / spoof comics of; Dracula, Frankenstein, Casablanca, Marx Brothers, Humphry Bogart, Radio City Music Hall, Orson Wells, Citizen Kane, the Shadow & more);

Volume-1 #1; (January 1976; "cc" Curtis Circulation VARIANT Logo on cover with #02764; SCHLOMO RAVEN PUBLIC DETECTIVE; Foreward By Harvey Kurtzman; Tom Sutton Cover & Art. "In the footsteps of the 'The Maltese Falcon' and 'The Black Bird'; Smarter than Marlowe! Shorter than Spade! The forites come alive in two outrageous movies onpaper! Who kidnapped the Farx Bros? Grippo, Heepo, Choocho and Zeepo Farx are missing! the clues Raven to Hollywood and a confrontation with major film stars of the day. Hear 'As Time Goes By' as you're never heard it before! ROSEBUG A death behind the scenes at Radio City Musical Hall brings Schlomo Raven face-to-face with the memorable Orsoni Wells! An all-Black musical version of Citisen Kane is in production but so is a deadly conspiracy! raven tackles German saboteurs in an effort to solve the mystery of 'ROSEBUG!' foreward by H. Kurtzman!" >>> Classic parody / spoof comics of; Dracula, Frankenstein, Casablanca, Marx Brothers, Humphry Bogart, Radio City Music Hall, Orson Wells, Citizen Kane, the Shadow & more)

Volume-1 #2; (April 1976; Pyramid Logo on cover with #P4077; STARFAWN = Stephen Fabian Cover & Art. Science Fiction / Famtasy; A full-color odyssey into time and space with the crew of the starship DESTINY and the fantastic woman known as STARFAWN);

Volume-1 #2; (April 1976; "cc" Curtis Circulation VARIANT Logo on cover with #02764; STARFAWN = Stephen Fabian Cover & Art. Science Fiction / Famtasy; A full-color odyssey into time and space with the crew of the starship DESTINY and the fantastic woman known as STARFAWN);

Volume-1 # 3; (Digest format; August 1976; Pyramid Logo on cover with #P4078; CHANDLER in "Red Tide" = hard-boiled detective thriller = James / Jim STERANKO Comics Cover & Art. "A hard-boiled detective thriller by Steranko in the tradition of 'Chinatown' & 'Maltese Falcon'.' CHANDLER . Over six-feet of hard-boiled private eye with a talent for trouble and an eye for beauty, all rolled up in a wrinkled trenchcoat with a pocketful of bad luck. CHANDLER . A sucker, a suspect, a lover, a loser, a victim, and a hero with a ticket to hell. CHANDLER . In his first appearance - a high-voltage manhunt to find a sadistic murderer without a face, on the loose in the night world of New York. CHANDLER . An exciting new concept by Steranko, award winning author and illustrator. Here is his first movie-length visual novel, created in the traditin of Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, a bare-knuckle mystery that will keep you guessing right up to the last page." STERANKO is one of the All-Time masters of the Comics Graphic Novel artform = SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 # 3; (Digest format; August 1976; "cc" Curtis Circulation VARIANT Logo on cover with #02764; CHANDLER in "Red Tide" = hard-boiled detective thriller = James / Jim STERANKO Comics Cover & Art. "A hard-boiled detective thriller by Steranko in the tradition of 'Chinatown' & 'Maltese Falcon'.' CHANDLER . Over six-feet of hard-boiled private eye with a talent for trouble and an eye for beauty, all rolled up in a wrinkled trenchcoat with a pocketful of bad luck. CHANDLER . A sucker, a suspect, a lover, a loser, a victim, and a hero with a ticket to hell. CHANDLER . In his first appearance - a high-voltage manhunt to find a sadistic murderer without a face, on the loose in the night world of New York. CHANDLER . An exciting new concept by Steranko, award winning author and illustrator. Here is his first movie-length visual novel, created in the traditin of Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, a bare-knuckle mystery that will keep you guessing right up to the last page." STERANKO is one of the All-Time masters of the Comics Graphic Novel artform = SOLD OUT);

Volume-1 # 3; CHANDLER [8-1/2" x 11" Comics Graphic Novel Trade Paperback Edition of FICTION ILLUSTRATED Volume-1 # 3; August 1976; CHANDLER in "Red Tide"= hard-boiled detective thriller by STERANKO, James / Jim . (ISBN: 0515042412 / 0-515-04241-2) "A hard-boiled detective thriller by Steranko in the tradition of 'Chinatown' & 'Maltese Falcon'.' CHANDLER . Over six-feet of hard-boiled private eye with a talent for trouble and an eye for beauty, all rolled up in a wrinkled trenchcoat with a pocketful of bad luck. CHANDLER . A sucker, a suspect, a lover, a loser, a victim, and a hero with a ticket to hell. CHANDLER . In his first appearance - a high-voltage manhunt to find a sadistic murderer without a face, on the loose in the night world of New York. CHANDLER . An exciting new concept by Steranko, award winning author and illustrator. Here is his first movie-length visual novel, created in the traditin of Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, a bare-knuckle mystery that will keep you guessing right up to the last page." STERANKO is one of the All-Time masters of the Comics Graphic Novel artform]

Volume-1 # 4; (Son of Sherlock Holmes - The Woman in Red; written by Byron Preiss, illustrated by Ralph Reese; Comics Graphic Novel Trade Paperback Edition ONLY; NO Digest sized Copy Printed);


(J) UK MARVEL british comics DIGESTS;


CHILLER POCKET BOOK (1980/1982; Marvel-UK B&W Comics Digest; Tomb of Dracula= #1-8,10-14,16,17,19-26; Satana=1; Ghost Rider= 3-6; Man-Thing= 7-21,23-26; All Man-Thing issues= 9,15,18; 100 Pages= #9,20); #1(1980; Dracula begins; Satana app; G/VG $9.00); #3-5(VG/FN$5; FN/VF$8 each); #6-8(VG/FN$5; FN/VF$7 each); #9(100 Pages; All Man-Thing issue; VG/FN$5; FN/VF$7); #10-19, 21, 24(VG/FN$4; FN/VF$6 each); #20(100 Pages; VG/FN$5; FN/VF$7); #22(all Dracula issue; FN/VF$7); #23(FN/VF$6); #25(Scarcer; FN/VF$9); #26(1982; Scarcer; Dracula vs Werewolf-c/s; VG/FN $8); #27(1982; Scarcer; Man-Thing-c/s; Dracula-s; The Warning = 5 pages DITKO-a; VF=$12; FN/VF=$10; FN=$8);



CONAN POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1981; Weight for Postage = 45 Grams each);
#1(1980; Barry Windsor-Smith cover & art begins; Conan the Barbarian #1-2-r; VF/NM = $12); #2-8,11,12(Barry Windsor-Smith art in all);

FANTASTIC FOUR POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1982; Weight for Postage = 45 Grams each); #1(4/1980; FF Annual #3-5 = Jack KIRBY-a; FF #44-r= 1st app Gorgon, Medusa & Dragon Man aap, Jack KIRBY-a; FN = $12.00); #2-15,17-19,21-28;



INCREDIBLE HULK POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1981; Weight for Postage = 45 Grams each);
#1(1980; 1st app & ORIGIN Incredible Hulk-c/s; 1st app. Rick Jones, General Ross & Betty Ross; 1st app Green HULK & the Toad Men; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Ditko-a; Incredible Hulk #1,2-r; VF $10);
#2(1st SA app Ringmaster; Banished to Outer Space-s; Monster and the Machine-s; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Incredible Hulk #3,4-r; 1950's Black Knight-r by Maneely; FN/VF $8);
#3(Special Double Sized 100 Page GIANT issue; Beauty and the Beast-s; 1st app Teen Brigade;Metal Master-s; Jack KIRBY, Steve DITKO-a; Ditko-a; Incredible Hulk #5,6-r; Tales to Astonish #60,61,62,63,64-r; FN/VF $8);
#4(New UK cover art? Tales to Astonish #65,66,67,68,69-r; Steve DITKO-a; Jack KIRBY-a; FN/VF $8);
#5(New UK cover art? Tales to Astonish #70,71,72,73-r; Jack KIRBY-a; FN/VF $8);
#6(Tales to Astonish #74,76,77,78-r; Jack KIRBY & Powell-a; FN/VF $8);
#7(HERCULES vs Hulk Battle-c/s; Tales to Astonish #79,80,81,82-r; Jack KIRBY & Everett-a; 3 page Clash of the Titans Comic Strip ad; FN/VF $8);
#8(Tales to Astonish #83,84,85,86,87-r; Jack KIRBY, Everett, John Buscema-a; VF $9);
#9(New UK cover art? Tales to Astonish #88,89,90,91-r; Gil Kane-a; 1st & 2nd app Abomination; VF $9);
#10(1981; New UK cover art? Hulk vs SILVER SURFER Battle-s; High Evolutionary-s; Tales to Astonish #92,93,94,95-r; Marie Severin-a; FN/VF $8);
#11(Tales to Astonish #96,97,98,99-r; Marie Severin-a; High Evolutionary-s; FN/VF $8);
#12(Tales to Astonish #100,101 & Incredible Hulk #102-r part-1; Sub-Mariner vs Hulk Battle-s = Let There Be Battle; Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg, Heimdall, and Odin app; Marie Severin & Dan Adkins-a; FN/VF $8);
#13(Incredible Hulk #102-r part-2,103,104-r; Hulk vs RHINO Battle-s; FN/VF $8);


MARVEL CLASSICS COMICS {POCKET BOOK series} (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1982; Weight for Postage = 45 Grams each);
#1 = SOLD OUT
#2 Frankenstein (by Mary Shelley; October/1981;
SOLD OUT);
#3 A Christmas Carol (by Charles Dickens; November/1981;
SOLD OUT);
#4 Alice in Wonderland(by Lewis Carroll;
SOLD OUT,
#5 = SOLD OUT
#6 Treasure Island (by Robert Louis Stevenson; December/1981; FN=$7; VG/FN=$6; VG=$5);
#7 The Count of Monte Cristo (by Alexandre Dumas; January/1982;
SOLD OUT);
#8 Robinson Crusoe (by Daniel Defoe; January/1982; FN = $7)
#9 Invisible Man (by H.G. Wells; ;
SOLD OUT);
#10 The First Men in the Moon (by Jules Verne; February/1982;
SOLD OUT);
#11 Food of the Gods (by H.G. Wells; March/1982; FN=$7; VG/FN=$6);
#12 Moonstone (by Wilkie Collins; March/1982; SCARCER Last issue; FN/VF=$8.50; FN=$7; VG/FN=$6);

SPIDER-MAN POCKET BOOK (UK/British Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1982; Weight for Postage = 45 Grams each);
#1(1980; Giant Size Spider-Man #5-r = Lizard, Man-Thing app;Ross Andru-a; Marvel Team-Up 15-r = First meeting of Spider-Man & Ghost Rider; Origin & 1st app of the Orb; SCARCE due to High Demand; VG/FN=$18; G/VG=$12)

#2-11;
#12(Spidy vs Daredevil battle-c/s; 1st app Kraven the Hunter-s; Amazing Spider-Man #15,16-r; DITKO-c/a; VF $9);
#13(3rd app Sandman-c/s; Green Goblin-s; Amazing Spider-Man #17,18-r; DITKO-c/a; VF $9);
#14(Sandman, Human Torch, Evil Enforcers-c/s; 1st app Scorpion-s; Amazing Spider-Man #19,20-r; DITKO-c/a; 3 page Clash of the Titans Comic Strip ad; VF $9);
#15(1st app Beetle-c/s; 1st app Princess Python-s; Amazing Spider-Man #21,22-r; DITKO-c/a; VF $9);
#16 & 18(sold out);
#17(1st cameo app Mary Jane Watson; 1st app Spencer Smythe; 1st Spider Killer-c/s; 4th app Green Goblin; 1st app Crime Master; Amazing Spider-Man #25,26-r; DITKO-c/a; VF $9);
#19(1st app CAT-c/s; Dr Strange-s; Amazing Spider-Man #25 & Annual #2-r; VG $5);
#20-22,27

Star Heroes Pocket Book (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; circa 1980-1982);
*** [ #1-11=Battlestar Galactica-s; #1-8=Micronauts; #10,11= X-Men-c/s];
#3(FN/VF=$8); #4(VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4.50; G=$3);
#5(VF=$7; FN=$5); #6(VF=$7; FN=$5; VG=$3.50);#7(VF=$5;G=$2.50);#8(VF=$7; FN=$5);
#9(100 pages; 4 page Atlas Horror story "Off Limits"-s with DITKO art; Rest of issue is ALL Battlestar Galactica; VF=$7; FN=$5; VG=$4);
#10(1st X-MEN issue; Reprints Silver Age X-Men #1 with Art by Jack KIRBY; Battlestar Galactica-s; VF=$6; FN=$4);
#11(2nd X-MEN issue; Last issue? Reprints Silver Age X-Men #2 with Art by Jack KIRBY; Battlestar Galactica-s; VF=$7; FN=$5);


The TITANS POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1981; Weight = 45 Grams each);
#1(1980; Capt America by Jack KIRBY = TOS #61-r; 2nd app of Iron Man vs Gargantus by Jack KIRBY = TOS #40-r; 4th app Iron Man vs Red Barbarian-s = TOS #42-r; 2nd app of Thor vs Executioner by Jack KIRBY = JIM #84-r; VF/NM = $12);
#2(1980; Origin of Captain America by Jack KIRBY-c/s = TOS #63-r; Captain America by Jack KIRBY = TOS #62-r; 5th app of Iron Man vs Kala by Jack KIRBY = TOS #43-r; 4th app THOR & 1st full app of Odin & the Tomorrow Man by Jack KIRBY = JIM #86-r; FN/VF = $8);
#3(1980; Scarcer 100 page GIANT issue; 6th app of Iron Man vs Mad Pharoah, Jack Frost & Crimson Dynamo = TOS #44, 45, 46-r; Origin of RED SKULL by Jack KIRBY-c/s = TOS #66-r; Captain America by Jack KIRBY = TOS #64, 67-r; 3rd app THOR vs LOKI by Jack KIRBY = JIM #85-r; 5h app THOR in Prisoner of the Reads by Jack KIRBY = JIM #87-r; VG/FN = $8);
#4(1980; Red Skull Bucky & Captain America by Jack KIRBY = TOS #68-r; 9th app of Iron Man, vs the Melter, & Mr Doll by DITKO = TOS #47,48-r; FN/VF = $8);
#5(1980; Captain America & Bucky by Jack KIRBY = TOS #69, 70-r; 10th app of Iron Man - meets ANGEL, First X-Men & Avengers crossover by DITKO = TOS #49-r; 6th app THOR vs LOKI by Jack KIRBY = JIM #88-r; FN = $7);
#6(1980; Captain America & Bucky by Jack KIRBY = TOS #71-r; 12th app of Iron Man, 1st app MANDARIN = TOS #50-r; 13th app of Iron Man, 1st app SCARCECROW = TOS #51-r; 7th app THOR & the Thug by Jack KIRBY = JIM #89-r; FN/VF = $8);
#7(1980; 1st app Black Widow in Iron Man vs Crimson Dynamo = TOS #52-r; 2nd app Black Widow in Iron Man = TOS #53-r; 8th app THOR vs Carbon-Copy Man = JIM #90-r; VF = $10);
#8(1980; THOR-c/s; Captain America vs Sleeper by Jack KIRBY = TOS #73-r; 2nd & 3rd app MANDARIN in Iron Man-s = TOS #54,55-r; 9th app THOR vs Dandu = JIM #91-r; FN/VF = $8);
#9(1980; THOR-c/s; Captain America vs Sleeper by Jack KIRBY-c/s = TOS #74-r; Captain America vs Batroc by Jack KIRBY = TOS #75-r; 10th app THOR, vs LOKI = JIM #92-r; Iron Man vs Freak by Gene Colan = TOS #74-r; FN/VF = $8);
#10(1981; Iron Man vs Freak-c/s from TOS #75-r; Gene Colan-c/a; Captain America vs Baroc-r from TOS#76; 1st app of Radio-Active Man vs THOR-r from JIM#93 = Jack KIRBY-a; Iron Man vs Ultimo from TOS #76-r; FN/VF $8);
#11(1981; Iron Man vs Ultimo-c/s from TOS #77-r, Gene Colan-a; Mandarin app; Captain America-r from TOS#77,78, Nick Fury app = Jack KIRBY, Romita, Giacoia-a; Thor vs Loki-r from JIM#94 with Odin & Heimdall; FN/VF $8);
#12(10/1981; Iron Man-r from TOS#78; Ultimo & Mandarin app; Iron Man vs Sub-Mariner-c/s from TOS #79-r; Gene Colan-c/a;Thor-r from JIM#95; FN/VF $8);
#13(11/1981; Scarcer LAST issue? Captain America vs Red Skull with 1st & 2nd app Cosmic Cube-r from TOS #79,80 = Jack KIRBY-c/a; Iron Man vs Sub-Mariner-r from TOS #80 and TTA #82; Gene Colan-a; SOLD OUT)



X-MEN POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; 1980-1982; #1-11 = formerly Titled "Star Heroes Pocket Book"; Weight = 45 Grams each);
#12(1980; FIRST issue; X-Men #3,4-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; 1st & 2nd app the Blob; 2nd app Magneto; Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Mastermind & Brotherhood of Evil Mutants app; FN/VF $10);
#13(2nd issue; X-Men #5,6-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Magneto,Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Mastermind, Sub-Mariner & Brotherhood of Evil Mutants app; FN/VF $8);
#14(3rd issue; X-Men #7,8-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Magneto,Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Mastermind, Blob & Brotherhood of Evil Mutants app; 1st app Cerebro & Unus, the Untouchable; FN/VF $8);
#15(4th issue; X-Men #9,10-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; AVENGERS & Lucifer app; 1st Silver Age app of Ka-Zar; 1st app Sabu; FN/VF $8);
#16(5th issue; X-Men #11,12-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Alex Toth-a; First app Stranger; Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver quit the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants; 1st app Juggernaut-c/s; Origin of Professor X; FN/VF $8);
#17(X-Men #13,14-r; Jack KIRBY-c/a; Human Torch app; 2nd app Juggernaut; 1st app Sentinals-c/s; FN/VF $8);
#20(1981; Scarcer Double-Size 100 Page GIANT issue; X-Men #19,20,21,22-r; 1st app Mimic-c/s; Lucifer, the Blob, and Unus the Untouchable app; 1st app Dominus; Count Nefaria, Plantman, Scarecrow, Porcupine, Eel, & the Unicorn app; Roth & Ayers-c/a; VG/FN $10);
#21(X-Men #23,24-r; Count Nefaria, Plantman, Scarecrow, Porcupine, Eel, & the Unicorn app; Locust app; Roth & Ayers-c/a; FN/VF $8);
#22(X-Men #25,26-r; 1st & 2nd full app El Tigre; Roth & Ayers-c/a; FN/VF $8);
#23(X-Men #27,28-r; 2nd & 3rd app of Mimic; Puppet Master, Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch app; 1st asp of Banshee; FN/VF 8);
#24(X-Men #29,30-r; Super-Adaptoid & Mad Merlin the Warlock app; Roth, Tartaglione & Sparling-a; FN/VF $8);
#25(X-Men #31,32-r; 1st Cobalt Man-c/s; Juggernaut app; Roth/Tartaglione-a; FN/VF $8);
#27(X-Men #35,36-r; SPIDER-MAN-c/s; Changling & Banshee app; 1st full app Merkano; Adkins-a; FN/VF $12);
#28(1982; Scarcer LAST issue?; All-New UK Cover ART? X-Men #37,38-r; 1st app Mutant-Master; Changling, Vanisher, Mastermind, Blob & Unus the Untouchable app; Roth & Verpoorten-a; Origin of Professor X; FN/VF=$10;
FN=$8; VG/FN=$7);

YOUNG ROMANCE POCKET BOOK (UK Marvel B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/2" x 8" B&W; 52 Pages; #1-13 printed from 1980-1981; #11-13 = Scarce to Rare; Although this is a DC Comics Title in the USA, this series Contains mostly reprints from the Bronze Age Marvel Titles "My Love" & "Our Love Story", plus a few assorted 1950's Atlas/Marvel stories);

#1(overall VF/NM, but tiny puncture hole in cover thus VF minus = $12);

#2(Buscema-a; Romita-a; VG/FN $8);

#3 (100 Page GIANT issue; Gene Colan-a; Contains the MOD Classic "My Heart Broke in Hollywood" = 7 pages of JIM STERANKO art; VF=$16; FN/VF=$13; G/VG=$6);

#4(VF=$11; VG/FN=$6);

#5(VF=$11; FN/VF=$9; FN=$7; VG=$5);

#6(Jack KIRBY art; FN=$10; VG/FN $8);

#8(Jack KIRBY art; SOLD OUT );

#9(VF=$11; FN/VF=$9; FN=$7);

#10(1981; Hartley & Bill Everett-a; VG/FN=$9);



(K) MISC. Comic Digests;


SOLARMAN {Comics Digest} (1979; Pendulum Illustrated Originals Pub; Connecticut, USA; Full Color; created by David Oliphant; Solarman was an alien Solarite named Davos, from Coresun the Land inside the Sun; He has an android servant named Arman; Baseball player, CIA, Los Angels, Washington & Spain-s; Talks of the virtues of solar energy. Solarman later became a teenager Benjamin Tucker & became a MARVEL COMICS Character in 1989 2-issue Mini series by Stan Lee, Mooney & Mike Zeck, and is credited thus in Overstreet; This SCARCE 3 issue series from 1979 Series is NOT Listed in Overstreet);

#94-4254 (#1 in Series; 1979; 68 pages including covers; SOLARMAN the Beginning-c/s; David Oliphant & M. Barbara O'Brien-s; Adapted by Linda A. Cadrain; Art director Vincent Fago; NM, 9.4 = $25; VF/NM, 9.0 = $12; VF, 8.0 = $9);

#94-4262 (#2 in Series; 1980; 36 pages including covers; SOLARMAN in "Day or Nite"; David Oliphant-s; Richard Giordano & Frank McLaughlin-a; overall VF/NM, but with Removed Price Sticker Residue at upper Right cover, thus VF = $10);

#94-4270 (#3 in Series; LAST issue; 1980; 36 pages including covers; SOLARMAN in "At the Earths Core"; David Oliphant-s; NEBRES-a; overall VF/NM, but with Removed Price Sticker Residue at upper Right cover, thus VF = $10);



Tales from the Crypt #3: Zombielicious (Tales from the Crypt Graphic Novels) Full Color 2008 Digest sized HARDCOVER - Papercutz pub Mort Todd, Marc Bilgrey, Jared Gniewek, Jim Salicrup, Allison Acton, Rick Parker
First, poor Andy Dabbstein learns in "Extra Life" that playing Ogre Continent online in a virtual world, can in reality have deadly consequences. Then, a would-be horror novelist meets her favourite writer and learns the shocking secret of "The Queen of the Vampires"! And not even your breakfast cereal is safe - find out the real reason why kids must eat their Chocolate Stuffed Fruit Grain Cereal in "Kid Tested, Mom Approved." Plus more, more, more, in the EC horror tradition!.
VG/FN = $10.00


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*** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. 

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** FOREIGN & OVERSEAS orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

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Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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