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(A) Full Complete Magazines & Single Pages; (Mostly 1960-1980, but newer & older too);

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(C) COLOR Newspaper SUNDAY Comic STRIPS (Mostly 1955-1963);

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(A) Full Complete Magazines & Single Pages; (Mostly 1960-1980, but newer & older too);



(Chicago Herald American) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (ILLINOIS Newspaper) FULL 15-1/2" x 21-1/2" Size (all are Folded)(Weekend Color Comics Strips Section - Full Color SUNDAY Pages; Complete 16 pages each, FULL SIZE newsprint magazine, 15-1/2 "x 21-1/2"; all Contents are FULL SIZE size pages, unless noted "=1/2pg", 1/3/pg, etc; CREDITS are as actually listed in strip & might by by others under the Pseudonym; These were released with Sundays date on the strips themselves) = all VG or better (average is a nice VG/FN; some are in FN or FN+);

(Chicago Herald American) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section; October 22,1939 (16 pages; Contents; Bringing up Father with Rosie's Beau by Geo McManus; Jungle Jim 1/3 with Flash Gordon 2/3 by ALEX RAYMOND; Pete the Tramp by Russell 1/2; Room & Board by Gene Ahern 1/2; Blondie by Chic Young 2/3; Family Portraits by Norman Lynd 1/2; Tim Tyler's Luck by Lyman Young 1/2; Skippy by Percy Crosby 3/5; Little Annie Rooney by Brandon Walsh 1/2; Mickey Mouse by Gottfredson? 1/2; Tillie the Toiler by Russ Westover 2/3; Toots and Casper by Jimmy Murphy 2/3; Hall of Fame of the Air by Capt Eddie Rickenbacker & Clayton Knight 1/2; The Nebbs by Sol Hess 1/2; Believe it or Not by Ripley 1/2; Seein' Stars by Feg Murray 1/2; the PHANTOM by Lee Falk & Ray Moore 1/2; Barney Google & Snuffy Smith by Billy De Beck 2/3; Lone Ranger by Fran Striker 1/2; King of the Royal Mounted by Zane Grey 1/2; Katzenjammer Kids by H.H. Knerr 2/3; PRINCE VALIANT by Harold / Hal R. Foster = full; Price = US$35.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 17,1939;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 24,1939;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 8,1939;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 15,1939;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 22,1939;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 (18 Pages) with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel) (24 Pages); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 29,1939;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section; January 14,1940 (16 FULL Size pages; Contents; Bringing up Father with Rosie's Beau by Geo McManus; Jungle Jim 1/3 with Flash Gordon 2/3 by ALEX RAYMOND; Toots and Casper by Jimmy Murphy 1/2; Barney Google & Snuffy Smith by Billy De Beck 1/2; Seein' Stars by Feg Murray 1/2; Colonel Potterby & the Dutchess by Chic Young 1/3; Blondie by Chic Young 2/3; Skippy by Percy Crosby 2/3; PRINCE VALIANT by Harold / Hal R. Foster - full; Family Portraits by Norman Lynd 1/2; Tim Tyler's Luck by Lyman Young 1/2; Tillie the Toiler by Russ Westover 2/3; Walt Disney's Donald Duck 1/2; Mickey Mouse by Gottfredson? 1/2; Believe it or Not by Ripley 1/2; Pete the Tramp by Russell 1/2; the Little King by O. Soglow 1/2; Hall of Fame of the Air by Capt Eddie Rickenbacker & Clayton Knight 1/2; The Nebbs by Sol Hess 1/2; Room & Board by Gene Ahern 1/2; Little Annie Rooney by Brandon Walsh 1/2; the PHANTOM by Lee Falk & Ray Moore 1/2; Lone Ranger by Fran Striker 1/2; Dingle Hoofer & his Dog by H.H. Knerr 1/3; Katzenjammer Kids by H.H. Knerr 2/3; Price = US$29.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) January 14,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) February 4,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) February 11,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$35.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) February 18,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) March 24,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) June 30,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 7,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 14,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 8,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 15,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 22,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) November 17,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) November 24,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) December 1,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) December 8,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) December 22,1940;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) Januar 12 ,1941;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) December 28,1941;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$29.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 4,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); (Condition = GOOD); Price = US$18.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 11,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 18,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 25,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) November 1,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) November 8,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) November 15,1942;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section; February 14,1943 (16 FULL Size pages; Contents; Bringing up Father with Rosie's Beau by Geo McManus; Jungle Jim 1/3 with Flash Gordon 2/3 by ALEX RAYMOND; the PHANTOM by Lee Falk & Ray Moore 1/2; Barney Google & Snuffy Smith by Billy De Beck 1/2; PRINCE VALIANT by Harold / Hal R. Foster = full; Blondie by Chic Young 2/3; Aladdin Jr by Wm. Meade Prince & Les Forgrave 2/3;

Walt Disney's Donald Duck 1/2; Henry by Carl Sanderson 1/2; Skippy by Percy Crosby 2/3; Toots and Casper by Jimmy Murphy 2/3; Tippie by Ed Wina 1/2; Right around Home by Dudley Fisher 1/2; Tillie the Toiler by Russ Westover 2/3; Tim Tyler's Luck by Lyman Young 1/2; The Nebbs by Sol Hess 1/2; Little Annie Rooney by Brandon Walsh 2/3; Lone Ranger by Fran Striker 1/2; Believe it or Not by Ripley 1/2; Katzenjammer Kids by H.H. Knerr 2/3; Price = US$25.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) February 14,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) March 7,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) March 14,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) April 18,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) April 25,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) May 2,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) June 27,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 4,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 11,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 18,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) July 25,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) August 1,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) August 8,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) August 15,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) August 22,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) August 29,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 5,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) September 26,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 3,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) October 10,1943;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Chicago Herald American) April 15,1945;

(A) the COMICS WEEKLY Magazine Sunday Comics Section (16 FULL Size Pages); Price = US$25.00;

(B) Chicago Herald American = The Main Newspaper Section-1 with the American Weekly (Newspaper Section-2 with the Complete Novel); Price = US$20.00;

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(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Magazine Comics Section (National Newspaper);


(Weekend Color Comics Strips Section; Complete 12 to 20 pages each, Tabloid newsprint magazine, 10-1/2"x12"; all Contents are FULL Tabloid size pages, unless noted "=1/2 Tab"; CREDITS are as actually listed in strip & might by by others under the Pseudonym; These were released in Canada on Saturday, one day before the Sunday date on the strips themselves) = all VG or better (average is a nice FINE; many FN/VF to VF);



(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; June 20,1959 (20 pages; Contents; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake; Abbie an' Slats by Raeburn Van Buren; Right around home with Myrtle; The Teenie Weenies by Wm. Donahey = 1/2 Tab; Jane Arden by Walt Graham & W.G. Hargis, with Paper Doll; David Crane, by Winslow Mortimer; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Flibbertys by Ray Helle = 1/2 Tab;Captain and the Kids by R.Dirks= 1/2 Tab; Miss Peach by Mell = 2/3 Tab; Ripley's Believe it or Not = 2/3 Tab; They'll Do it Every Time by Jimmy Hatlo = 2/3 Tab;SUPERMAN, by Wayne Boring;TERRY and the PIRATES by George Wunder; Little Orphan Annie & Maw Green by Harold Gray 1/2 Tab;Moon Mullins by Ferd Johnson =1/2 Tab; STEVE CANYON by Milton Caniff; Bringing up Father; Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller = 1/2 Tab;

Henry by Carl Anderson= 1/2 Tab; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk & Phil Davis; Scamp, by Walt Disney; Blondie by Chic Young) = SOLD;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1959 - February (14)= US$14.00;



(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1960 – June (11), July (16) = US$13.00;




(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; February 4,1961 (20 pages; Contents; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake; Abbie an' Slats by Raeburn Van Buren; The Teenie Weenies by Wm. Donahey = 1/2 Tab; Flibbertys by Ray Helle = 1/2 Tab; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Jane Arden by Walt Graham & W.G. Hargis, with Paper Doll; Captain and the Kids by R. Dirks= 1/2 Tab; POPEYE by Bud Sagendorf; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk & Phil Davis; Right around Home with Myrtle; STEVE CANYON by Milton Caniff; Big George by VIRGIL PARTCH; Bringing up Father by Bill Kavanagh & Frank Fletcher; Little Orphan Annie & Maw Green by Harold Gray 2/3 Tab; Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller = 1/2 Tab; Henry by Carl Anderson= 1/2 Tab; TERRY and the PIRATES by George Wunder; Scamp by Walt Disney; Miss Peach by Mell = 2/3 Tab; Ripley's Believe it or Not = 2/3 Tab; They'll Do it Every Time by Jimmy Hatlo = 2/3 Tab;Blondie by Chic Young) = SOLD OUT (Left behind for Reference Only);


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1961 - July (8, 22); August (12);

September (30); October (7); November (18) = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1962 - March (3,17); April (21); May (5, 19); June (9); = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1964 - June (20); October (31); November (28); = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1965 - June (19); July (31); September (25); = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1966 – June (11); August (20) = US$12.00;



(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1966 - December (17) = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1968 - May (11; 16 pages); June (22); = US$12.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; January 6,1968 (20 pages; Contents; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake; Abbie an' Slats by Raeburn Van Buren; Scamp by Walt Disney; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray; Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller = 1/2 Tab; Henry by Carl Anderson = 1/2 Tab;STEVE CANYON by Milton Caniff; Moon Mullins & Kitty Higgins by Fred Johnson; Rural Route by Walter Ball = 2/3 Tab; Ripley's Believe it or Not = 2/3 Tab; Let's Sew= 2/3 Tab;the Teenie Weenies by Wm. Donahey = 1/2 Tab; Flibbertys by Ray Helle = 1/2 Tab; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk; Bringing up Father by Bill Kavanagh & Frank Fletcher; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster; TERRY and the PIRATES by George Wunder; Mr. Abernathy by Ralston Jones & Frank Ridgeway; They'll Do it Every Time by Jimmy Hatlo; POPEYE by Bud Sagendorf; Blondie by Chic Young) = US$12.00;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1970; (12 pages);- May (23; 12 pages); September (19,26); October (10,17,24,31); November (7); December (5,12) = US$8.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1971 (12 pages);-- January (23); Febraury (13); March (13,27); May (22); October (9,23,30); November (6); December (11) = US$8.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; January 23,1971 (12 pages; Contents; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake = 1/2 Tab; Moon Mullins by Fred Johnson =1/2 Tab; NHL {Hockey} Heroes by Esso; Dotty by Buford Tune =1/2 Tab; POPEYE by Bud Sagendorf =1/2 Tab; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Mr. Abernathy by Ralston Jones & Frank Ridgeway = 1/2 Tab; Ripley's Believe it or Not = 1/2 Tab; Aggie by Roy Fox =1/2 Tab; Let's Sew =1/2 Tab; Flibbertys by Ray Helle = 1/2 Tab; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk = 1/2 Tab; TERRY and the PIRATES by George Wunder; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster = 1/2 Tab; Hapless Harry by Geo Gately = 1/2 Tab; Henry by Don Trachte = 1/2 Tab; Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller = 1/2 Tab) = US$8.00;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1972 (12 pages);-- January (15); April (1,8,22); May (6,13,20,27); June (10,17,24); July (1,8,15,22,29); August (5,12,19,26); September (2,9,16,23,30) = US$8.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; 1973 (12 pages);-- January (20,27); February (3); April (28); May (5,12,26); June (2,9,16,23); July (7,14,21,28); August (4,18,25); September (1,15,22,29); October (6,13,20,27); November ,(3,10,17); December (22,29) = US$8.00 each;


(Toronto) STAR WEEKLY Comics; December 29,1973 (12 pages; Contents; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Henry by Don Trachte = 1/2 Tab; Nancy by Ernie Bushmiller = 1/2 Tab; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake = 1/2 Tab; Moon Mullins by Fred Johnson =1/2 Tab; Doonesbury by G.B. Trudeau =1/2 Tab; POPEYE by Bud Sagendorf =1/2 Tab; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Mr. Abernathy by Ralston Jones & Frank Ridgeway = 1/2 Tab;Ripley's Believe it or Not = 1/2 Tab; Walt Disney's Scamp = 1/2 Tab; Lolly by Pete Hansen = 1/2 Tab; Polly by Mal Hancock = 1/2 Tab; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk = 1/2 Tab; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster;Winnie Winkle by Van Bibber & Raduta = 1/2 Tab; Miss Peach by Mell Lazarus= 1/2 Tab; Sesame Street featuring Jim Henson's Muppets by Cliff Roberts; Blondie by Chic Young) = US$8.00;

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L'IL ABNER (TABLOID SIZED COLOR SUNDAY PAGES) bs AL CAPP

1943 thru 1973 = ASSORTED PAGES


L'IL ORPHAN ANNIE (TABLOID SIZED COLOR SUNDAY PAGES; 11" x 15-1/2" or 28cm x 39 cm) by HAROLD GRAY

1943 thru 1973 = ASSORTED PAGES

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WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Comic Section;

(Weekend Color Comics Strips Section; Complete 16 page Tabloid newsprint magazine, 12"x14-1/2"; all Contents are FULL Tabloid size pages, unless noted "=1/2 Tab"; CREDITS are as actually listed in strip & might by by others under the Pseudonym; These were released in Canada on Saturday, one day before the Sunday date on the strips themselves) = all VG or better (average is a nice FINE; many FN/VF to VF);

Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday September 2,1961 (Contents; ARCHIE;Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; Kerry Drake by Alfred Andriola; Walt Disney's Treasury of Classics -The Parent Trap; Big George by VIRGIL PARTCH; Big Ben Bolt by John Cullen Murphy; Mister Breger by Dave Breger; There Oughta Be a Law, with Kitty Higgins by Ferd Johnson; Mickey Mouse by Walt Disney =1/2 Tab; Will-Yum bu Dave Gerard =1/2 Tab; PEANUTS by Schulz;B.C. by Johnny Hart; Dudley D. by Dave Gantz; Blondie by Chic Young;Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Off the Record by Ed Reed; Grin and Bear It by LiGutz; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne; On Stage by Leonard Starr; Mark Trail by Ed Dodd; Heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drake; Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk & Phil Davis; Smitty by Berndt =1/2 Tab; Fan Fare by Walt Ditzen=1/2 Tab) *** September 2 issue is SOLD OUT (Listing Left behind for Contents info only)



Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1962 - March (24); June (2); August (18) = US$10.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1963 - March (16); May (11); June (8); August (31); November (23) = US$10.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1964 - February (22,29); July (18); August (15,22) = US$10.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1965 - January (16); February (27); March (6); September (25); November (27) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday March 5,1966; (Contents; ARCHIE by Bob Montana; CANADA by John E. Lewis; Kerry Drake by Alfred Andriola; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne; The Seal who wanted to Ski by Donna Lugg Pape = 4 pages of Comics; Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear = 2/3 Tab; Hanna Barbera's Flintstones = 2/3 Tab; Walt Disney's Treasury of Classic Tales - Winnie the Pooh - 2/3 Tab;B.C. by Johnny Hart ; Blondie by Chic Young; PEANUTS by Schulz = 1/2 tab; Moon Mullins by Ferd Johnson= 1/2 tab; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Smitty by Berndt =1/2 Tab; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$9.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1966 - March (5,19); April (9); May (14); July (16); August (6); = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday; January 21, 1967; (Contents; ARCHIE by Bob Montana; Mary Perkins - On Stage by Leonard Starr; Kerry Drake by Alfred Andriola; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; BATMAN with Robin the Boy Wonder by Bob Kane; Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear; Oughta Be a Law by Harry Shorten & Warren Whipple =1/2 Tab; Mickey Mouse by Walt Disney =1/2 Tab; Walt Disney's Treasury of Classic Tales - Monkees' go Home = 2/3 Tab; Hints from Heloise = 2/3 Tab; Channel Chuckles by Bil Keane = 2/3 Tab; Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker; Hanna Barbera's Flintstones; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne; Blondie by Chic Young; Peanuts by Schulz =1/2 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/2 Tab; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Smitty by Berndt =1/2 Tab; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$9.00


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1967 - March (18); April (1,8,15,22,29); May (6,13,20,27); June (3,10,17,24); July (1,8,15,22); September (16,23,30); October (7,14,21,28); November (4,11,18,25); December (2,9,16,23,30) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1968 - January (6,13,20,27); February (3,10,17,24); March (2,9,23,30); April (6,13,20,27); May (4); August (3,17,31); September (14); November (2,9,23) = US$8.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1969 - January (18); February (15); March (1,15,22); October (18); November (1,29) = US$8.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1970 - July (11); September (12); October (31); November (14) = US$8.00 each;

Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday July 11,1970 (Contents; Archie by Bob Montana; Mary Perkins - On Stage by Leonard Starr; Kerry Drake by Alfred Andriola; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; There Oughta Be a Law by Harry Shorten & Warren Whipple =1/2 Tab; Friday Foster by Lawrence & Longaron =1/2 Tab; Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear; Tumbleweeds by Tom K. Ryan =1/2 Tab; Half Hitch by Hank Ketchum =1/2 Tab; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne; Redeye by Gordon Bess; Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker; Hanna Barbera's Flintstones =1/2 Tab;Broom Hilda by Russell Myers =1/2 Tab; Boner's Ark by Addison; Blondie by Chic Young; Peanuts by Schulz =1/2 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/2 Tab; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$8.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1971 - August (28); September (4,11,18); October (9,16,23,30); November (6,13,20,27); December (4,11,28) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1972 - January (1,8,15,22,29); February (5,12,19,26); March (4,11,18,25); April (1,8,15,22,29); May (6,13,27); June (3,10,17,24); July(1,8,15,22,29); August (5); November 18,25); December (9,16,23,30) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1973 - January (6,13,20,27); February (3,10,17,24); March (3,10,17,24,31); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,12,19,26); June (2,9,16,23,30); July (7,14,28); August 4,11,18,25); September (1,8,15,22,29); October (6,13,20,27); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1974 - January (5,12,19,26); February (2,9,16,23); March (2,9,16,23,30); April (6,13,20,27); May (4,11,18,25); June (1,8,15,22,29); July (6,13,20,27); August (3,10,17,24,31); September (7,14,21,28); October (5,12,19,26); November (2,9,16,23,30); December (7,14,21,28) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1975 - January (4,11,18,25); February (1,8,15,22); March (1,8,15,22,29); April (5,19,26); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21,28); July (5,12,19,26); August (2,9,16,23,30); September (6,13,20,27); October (4,11,18,25); November (1,8,15,22,29); December (6,20) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday January 4,1975 (Contents; Archie by Bob Montana; Hagar the Horrible by Dik Browne; Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker; Blondie by Young & Raymond; Half Hitch by Hank Ketchum; Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Hanna Barbera's Flintstones; Redeye by Gordon Bess=1/2 Tab; Ponytail by Lee Holley =1/2 Tab; Art Nugent's Funland = 1/2 Tab; Broom Hilda by Russell Myers =1/2 Tab Dooley's World by Roger Bradfield; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne; Peanuts by Schulz =1/2 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/2 Tab; Tumbleweeds by Tom K. Ryan =1/2 Tab; Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse =1/2 Tab; The Family Circus by Bil Keane =1/2 Tab; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$7.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1976 - January (3,10,17,24,31); February (7,14,21,28); March (6,13,20,27); April (3,10,17,24); May (1,8,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,10,17,24,31); August (7,14,21,28); September (4,11,18,25); October (2,9,16,23); November (6,13,20,27); December (4,11,18,24,31) = US$6.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1977 - January (8,15,22,29); February (5,12,19,26); March (5,12,19,26); April (2,9,16,23,30); May (7,14,21,28); June (4,11,18,25); July (2,9,16,23,30); August (6,13,20,27); September (3,10,17,24); October (1,8,15,22,29); November (5,12,19,26); December (3,10,17,24,31) = US$6.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday September 3,1977 (Contents; Hagar the Horrible by Dik Browne; Archie =1/2 Tab; Peanuts by Schulz =1/2 Tab; Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker; Blondie by Young & Raymond; L'il Abner by Al Capp; Hanna Barbera's Yogi Bear;Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham; Art Nugent's Funland = 1/2 Tab; o You Know =1/2 Tab; No Nonsense by Sheaffer (cartoon AD) =1/2 Tab; Redeye by Gordon Bess=1/2 Tab;Ponytail by Lee Holley =1/2 Tab;Broom Hilda by Russell Myers =1/2 Tab; Crock by Bill Rechin & Brant Parker =1/2 Tab;Dooley's World by Roger Bradfield; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne = 1/2 Tab; Tiger by Bud Blake = 1/2 Tab; Hanna Barbera's Flintstones; Tumbleweeds by Tom K. Ryan =1/2 Tab; Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse =1/2 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/2 Tab; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$6.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1978 - January (7,14,28); February (4,11,18,25); March (4,11,18,25); April 1,8,15,22,29); May (6,13,20,27); June (3,10,17,24); July (15); August (26); September (9,16,23,30); October (7,14,21,28); November 4,10 Friday,25); December (2,9,16,23) = US$6.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1979 - January (6,13,20,27); February (3,10,17,24); March (3,10,17,24,31); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,12,19,26); June (2,9,16,23,30); July (7,14,21,28); August (4,11,18,25); September (1,8,15,22,29); October 6,13,20,27); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$6.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1980 - January (5,12,19,26); February (2,9,16,23); March (1,8,15,22,29); April (5,12,19,26); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21,28); July (5,12,19,26); August (2,9,16,23,30); September (6,13,20,27); October (4,11,18,25); November (1,8,15,22,29); December (6,13,20,27) = US$5.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1981 - January (3,10,17,24,31); February (7,14,21,28); March (7,14,21,28); April (4,11,18,25); May (2,9,16,23,30); June (6,13,20,27); July (4,11,18,25); August (1,8,15,22,29); September (5,12,19,26); October (3,10,17,24,31); November (7,14,21,28); December (5,12,19,26) = US$5.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1982 - January (2,9,16,23,30); February (6,13,20,27); March (6,13,20,27); April (3,10,17,24); May (1,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,10,17,24,31); August (7); Septmber (25); November (6,29) = US$5.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1983 - March (12,19,26); April (2,9,16,23,30); May (7,14,21,28); June (4,11,18,25); July (2,9,16,23,30); August (6,13,20,27); September (3,10,17,24); October (1,8,15,29); November (5,12,19,26); December (3,10,17,24) = US$5.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday December 31,1983 (Contents; Peanuts by Schulz; Blondie by Young & Gersher; Cathy by Cathy Guiswite=1/2 Tab;Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker=1/2 Tab; Mr. Men and Little Miss by Hargreaves & Sellers=1/2 Tab; Bloom County by Berke Breathed=1/2 Tab; Hagar the Horrible by Dik Browne =1/2 Tab; Hi and Lois by Mort Walker & Dik Browne = 1/2 Tab; Archie =1/2 Tab; Better Half featuring Harriet & Stanley Parker by Bob Barnes=1/2 Tab; {Little Orphan} ANNIE by Leonard Starr=1/2 Tab; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham=1/2 Tab; Art Nugent's Funland= 1/2 Tab; Riddles 'N Giggles = 1/2 Tab; Family Circus by Bil Keane=1/2 Tab; Duffy by Hammond=1/2 Tab; Born Loser=1/2 Tab; Captain Vincible by Ralph Smith=1/2 Tab; Broom Hilda by Russell Myers =1/2 Tab; Tiger by Bud Blake = 1/2 Tab; Marvin by Tom Armstrong = 1/2 Tab; Amazing Spider-Man by Stan Lee & Floro Dery =1/2 Tab; SHOE by Jeff MacNelly =1/2 Tab;GARFIELD by Jim Davis = 1/2 Tab; HERMAN by Jim Unger= 1/2 Tab; Wizard of ID by Brant Parker & Johnny Hart = 1/2 Tab; For Better or Worse by Lynn Johnston = 1/2 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/2 Tab; Andy Capp by Smythe =1/2 Tab) = US$5.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1984 - January (7,14,21,28); February (4,11,18,25); March (3,10,17,24,31); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,12,19,26); June (2,9,16,23,30); July (7,14,21,28); August (4,11,18,25); September (1,22,29); October (6,13,20,27); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$4.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1985 - January (5,12,19,26); February (2,9,16,23); March (2,9,16,23); April (6,27); May (4,11,18,25); June (1,8,15,22,29); July (6,13,20,27); August (3,10,17,24,31); September (7,14,21,28); October (5,12,19,26); November (2,9,16,23,30); December (7,14,21,28) = US$4.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1997 - April (19); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21); July (5,12,19,26); August (2,9,16,23,30); September (6,27); October (4,11,25); November (1,8,15,22,29); December (6) = US$3.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1998 - March (28); April (4,11,18,25); May (2); June (20); August (1); September (12,26); October (3) = US$3.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 1999 - May (22,29); June (5); November (6) = US$3.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; Saturday February 6, 2000; [ 12 pages ]; (Contents; Dilbert by Scott Adams =1/2 Tab; For Better or Worse by Lynn Johnson =1/3 Tab; Cathy by Cathy Guisewite=1/3 Tab; Doonesbury by G.B. Trudeau =1/4 Tab; Magic Eye by Cheri Smith =1/2 Tab; Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman & Jerry Scott =1/3 Tab; Fox Trot by Bill Amend =1/3 Tab; SHOE by Jeff MacNelly =1/3 Tab; Slylock Fox and Comics for Kids by Bob Weber Jr. = 2/3 Tab; ARCHIE =1/3 Tab; Peanuts by Schulz = 2/3 Tab; Dennis the Menace by Hank Ketcham=1/3 Tab; Hi and Lois by Brian & Greg Walker = 1/3 Tab; Marvin by Tom Armstrong = 1/3 Tab; Sherman's Lagoon by Jim Toomey =1/2 Tab; Chubb and Chauncey by Vance Rodewalt = 1/3 Tab; Garfield by Jim Davis = 1/3 Tab; Crankshaft by Batiuk & Ayers= 1/4 Tab; Beetle Bailey by Mort Walker=1/3 Tab; Family Circus by Bil Keane=1/3 Tab; Born Loser by Art & Chip Sansom =1/3 Tab; Wizard of ID by Brant Parker & Johnny Hart = 1/3 Tab; B.C. by Johnny Hart =1/3 Tab; Blondie by Dean Young & Denis Lebrun =1/3 Tab) = US$3.00;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 2000 - February (6,12,19,26); March (4,11,18,25); April (1,8,15,22,29); May (6,13,20,27); June (3,10); August (19); September (23,30); October (7); November (18,25); December (2,9,16,23,30) = US$3.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 2001 - January (6,13,20,27); February (10); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,19); June (30); July (7,14,21,28); August (4,11,18,25); September (1,8,15,22,29); October (6,13,20,27); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$2.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 2002 - January (5,12,19,26); February(2,9,16,23); March (2,9,16,23,30); April (6,13,20,27); May (4); June (1,15,22,29); July (6,13,20,27); August (3,10,17,24,31); September (7,14,21,28); October (5,26); November (2,9,16,23,30); December (7,14,21,28) = US$2.00 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 2003 - January (4,11,18,25); February (1,8,15,22); March (1,8,15,22,29); April (5,12,19,26); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21,28); July (5,12,19,26); August (30); September (6,13,20,27); October (4,25); November (1,8,15,22); December (6,13,20,27) = US$1.50 each;


Winnipeg FREE PRESS Comics; 2004 - January (3,10,17,24,31); February (7,14,21,28); March (6,13,20,27); April (3); May (8,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,10,17,24,31); August (7) = US$1.50 each;

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WINNIPEG TRIBUNE Weekend Comics;

(Weekend Color Comics Strips Section; Complete 16 page Tabloid newsprint magazine, 12"x14-1/2"; all Contents are FULL Tabloid size pages, unless noted "=1/2 Tab"; CREDITS are as actually listed in strip & might by by others under the Pseudonym; These were released in Canada on Saturday, one day before the Sunday date on the strips themselves) = all VG or better (average is a nice FINE; many FN/VF to VF);



Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1952 - April 19 (Dick Tracy, Joe Palooka, Henry, Steve Roper, Little Orphan Annie, Pogo, Bugs Bunny, Dotty Dripple ...) = US$14.00;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1957 - January 12 (Disk Tracy, Scamp, Joe Palooka, Alley Opp, Pogo ...) = US$12.00;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1961 - January 14 (Steve Roper, Dick Tracy, Emmy Lou, Alley Opp, Pogo, Little Iodine, Scamp, Joe Palooka, Dotty, Prince Valiant ...); June (17,24) ; July (1,8,22,29); August (5,12,19,26); September (2,9,16,23,30); October (7,21,28); November (4,11,18,25); December (2,16,30) = US$12.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1962 - January (6,13,20) same as 1961; February (24); March (10,17,31); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,12,19,26); June (2,9,16,23,30); July (7,14,21,28); August (4,11,18,25); September (1,8,15,22,29); October (6,13); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$12.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1963 - January (5,12,19,26) same as 1962; February (2,9,16,23); March (2,9,16,23,30); April (6,13,20,27); May (4,11,18,25); June (1,8,22,29); July (6,13,20,27); August (3,10,17,24,31); September (7,14,21,28); October (5,12,19,26); November (2,9,16,23,30); December (7,14,21,28) = US$12.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; Saturday December 7,1963 (Contents; Steve Roper by Overgard & Sanders; They'll Do it Every Time by Jimmy Hatlo; Mr. Abernathy by Ralston Jones & Frank Ridgeway; Little Iodine by Jimmy Hatlo=1/2 Tab; Our Boarding House with Major Hoople by Bill Freyse=1/2 Tab; Henry by Carl Anderson=1/2 Tab; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster; Our New Age by Athelstan Spilhaus; Rex Morgan M.D. by Bradley & Edginston; Dotty by Buford Tune; Life's Like That by Fred Neher=3,4Tab; Better Half featuring Harriet & Stanley Parker by Bob Barnes=1/2 Tab; Emmy Lou by Marty Links=1/2 Tab; POGO by Walt Kelly; Alley Oop by V.T. Hamlin=1/2 Tab; Scamp by Walt Disney; Mary Worth by Ken Ernst & Allen Saunders; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould) = US$12.00;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1964 - January (4,11,18,25) same as 1963; February (1,8,15,22,29); March (7,14,21,28); April (4,11,18,25); May (2,9,16,23,30); June (6,13,20,27); July (4,11,18,25); August (1,8,15,22,29); September (5,12,19,26); October (3,10,17,24,31); November (7,14,21,28); December (5,26) = US$10.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1965 - January 2 (Steve Roper, Wizard of ID, Prince Valiant, Alley Oop, Dotty, Henry, Little Iodine, Pogo, Emmy Lou, Scamp, Dick Tracy, Various...) January (9,16,23,30); February (13,27); March (6,13,20,27); April (3,10,17,24); May (1,8,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,17,24,31); August (14,21,28); Septmber (4,18,25); October (2,9,16); November (6,13,27); December (4,11,18,24) = US$10.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1966 - January 1 (Steve Roper, Wizard of ID, Emmy Lou, Prince Valiant, Henry, Dotty, Little Iodine, Mister Magoo, Pogo, Tiger, Scamp, Dick Tracy ....); January (8,15,22,29); February (5,12,26); March (5,12,19,26); April (2,9,16,23); May (14,21,28); June(4,11,18,25); July (2,9,16,23,30); August (20,27); September (3,10,17,24); October (1) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; Saturday January 21,1967 (Contents; Steve Roper by Overgard & Sanders; Cappy Dick; Mr. Abernathy by Ralston Jones & Frank Ridgeway; Wizard of ID by Brant Parker & Johnny Hart; Our Boarding House with Major Hoople by Bill Freyse=1/2 Tab; Better Half featuring Harriet & Stanley Parker by Bob Barnes=1/2 Tab; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster; Emmy Lou by Marty Links; Little Iodine by Jimmy Hatlo=1/2 Tab; Rex Morgan M.D. by Bradley & Edginston; Dotty by Buford Tune; Life's Like That by Fred Neher; Fan Fare by Walt Ditzen =1/2 Tab; Henry by Carl Anderson=1/2 Tab; POGO by Walt Kelly; Trudy by Jerry Marcus; Walt Disney's Scamp;Mary Worth by Ken Ernst & Allen Saunders; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould) = US$9.00;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1967 - January (21); (February (4,25); March (4,11,18,25); April (1,8,15,22,29); May (6,13,20,27); June (3,10,17,24); July(1,8,15,22,29); August (5,12,19,26); September (2,9,16,23,30); October (7,21,28); November (4) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1968 - January (13,20,27); February (3,10,17,24); March (2,9,16,23,30); April (6,13,20,27); May (4,11,18,25); June (1,8,15,22,29); July (6,13,20); August (3,17,24,31); September (7,14,21,28); October 5,19,26); November (2,9,16,23,30); December (7,14,21,28) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1969 - January (4,11,18,25); February (1,8,15,22); March (1,8,15,22,29); April (5,12,19,26); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21,28); July (5,12,19,26); August (2,16,23); September (6,13,20,27); October (4,11,18,25); November (1,8,22,29); December (6,13,27) = US$9.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1970 - January (3,10,17,24,31); Febraury (7,14,21,28); March (7,14,21,28); April (4,18,25); May (2,9,16,23,30); June (6,13,20,27); July (4,11,18,25); August (1,8,15,22,29); September (5,12,19,26); October (3,10,17,24,31); November (7,14,21,28); Decmeber (5,12,19,26) = US$8.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1971 - January (2,9,16,23,30); February (6,13,20,27); March (6,13,20,270; April (3,10,17,24); May (1,8,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,10,17,24,31); August (7,14,21,280; September (4,11,18,25); October (2,9,23,30); November (6,13,20,27); December (4,11,18,24) = US$8.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1972 - January (1,8,15); February (5,19,26); March (11,18,25); May (6,13,20,27); June (3,10,17,24); July (1,8,15,22,29); August (5,12,19,26); September (2,9,16,23,30); October (7,14,21,28); November (4,11,18,25); December (2,9,16,23,30) = US$8.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; Saturday June 3,1972 (Contents; Wizard of ID by Brant Parker & Johnny Hart; Cappy Dick; Emmy Lou by Marty Links; Steve Roper & Mike Nomad by Overgard & Sanders; Good Earth =1/2 Tab; Lockhorns by Bill Hoest =1/2 Tab; PRINCE VALIANT by Hal Foster; Animal Crackers by Rog Bollen =1/2 Tab; Better Half featuring Harriet & Stanley Parker by Bob Barnes=1/2 Tab; Rex Morgan M.D.; Dotty by Buford Tune; Life's Like That by Fred Neher; Marmaduke by Brad Anderson =1/2 Tab;Born Loser by Sansom; Trudy by Jerry Marcus; Walt Disney's Scamp;Mary Worth by Ken Ernst & Allen Saunders; Dick Tracy by Chester Gould) = US$8.00;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1973 - January (13,20,27); February (3,10,17,24); March (3,10,17,24,31); April (7,14,21,28); May (5,12,19,26); June (2,9,16,23,30); July (14,21,28); August (4,11,18,25); September (1,8,15,22,29); October (6 - 1st page '1972' inside '1973') (13,20,27); November (3,10,17,24); December (1,8,15,22,29) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1974 - January (5,26); February (2,9,16,23); March (2,9,16,23,30); April (6); May (11,18,25); June (1,15,22,29); July (6,13,20,27); August (3,10,17,24,31); September (7,15,21,28); October (5,12,19,26); November (2,9,17,23,30); December (7,14,21) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1975 - January (11,18,25); February (8,15,22); March (1,8,15,22,29); April (5,12); May (3,10,17,24,31); June (7,14,21,28); July (5,12,26); August (2,9,16,23,30); September (6,13,20,27); October (11,18,25); November (1,8,15,22,29); December (6,13,20,27) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1976 - January (3,10,17,24,31); February (7,14,21,28); March (6,13,20,27); April (3,10,17,24); May (1,8,15,22,29); June (5,12,19,26); July (3,10,17,24,31); August (14); September (4,11,18,25); October (2,9,16,23,30); November (6,13,20,27); December (4,11,18, Friday 24, Friday 31) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; 1977 - January (8,15,22,29); February (5,12,19,26); March (5,12,19,26); April (2,9,16,23,30); May (7,14,21,28); June (4,11,18,25); July (2,9,16,23,30); August (7,13,20,27); September (3,10,17) = US$7.00 each;


Winnipeg TRIBUNE Comics; Saturday February 12,1977 (Contents; Wizard of ID by Brant Parker & Johnny Hart; Amazing Spider-Man by Stan Lee & John Romita; Inside Woody Allen by Joe Marthen; Steve Roper & Mike Nomad by Overgard & Sanders; Frank & Ernest by Thaves =1/2 Tab; Lockhorns by Bill Hoest =1/2 Tab; Fred Basset by Alex Graham =1/2 Tab; Mary Worth by Ken Ernst & Allen Saunders; Cappy Dick; Hocus-Focus with Junior Whirl by Hal Kaufman =1/2 Tab; Rex Morgan M.D. by Bradley & Edington; Marmaduke by Brad Anderson =1/2 Tab; Animal Crackers by Rog Bollen =1/2 Tab; Born Loser by Sansom; Emmy Lou by Marty Links =1/2 Tab; Walt Disney's Scamp =1/2 Tab; Funky Winkerbean by Tom Batiuk = 1/2 Tab; Catfish by Rog Bollen & Gary Peterman = 1/2 Tab; Better Half featuring Harriet & Stanley Parker by Bob Barnes; Doonesbury by G.B. Trudeau) = US$7.00;

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" TRIB COMIC BOOK"; (WINNIPEG TRIBUNE Weekend Comics);

Newspaper SUNDAY PAGE comics in Comic Book Format. [ONE page for EACH comic strip per issue]; INCLUDES these Series; (see FULL list & issues they appear in below); (Spider-Man, Agatha Crumm, Asterix & Obelix, Born Loser, Catfish, Doonesbury, Drabble, Emmy Lou, Frank & Ernest, Fred Basset, Funky Winkerbean, Herman, Lockhorns, Marmaduke, Mary Worth, Rex Morgan, Ronald McDonald, Pop Idols, Sam & Silo, Steve Roper & Mike Nomad, TITANIC, Stanley, Starhawks, Star Trek, Star Wars, Terry Brooks, Trudy, Walt Disney, Wizard of ID, Woody Allen, Ziggy);

**** (Series ran from September 24/1977 thru September 6/1980); EACH issue is 24 Pages including Covers; They are about the size of regular comic books. These are Sunday newspaper Comics section, printed in color, by the Winnipeg Tribune (in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada); This was the FIRST newspaper to take Sunday pages & put them into a comic book format; The covers & interiors are all printed on Newsprint paper, so they can be fragile. Winnipeg has a relitively small population of around 600,000 people. They were distributed for the general public of Winnipeg, as a bonus with their newspaper, thus About 95-99% of the Original print run was thrown out & destroyed; Of the remaining copies, many are now low grade, & many (1/3 to 1/2) of them have puzzle & games pages marked up; So these remain SCARCE & Unusual items, which are GREAT for completionists of any of the characters below; These have been listed in the OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide for many years now & are quite collectible; These are newspaper Sunday comics section, printed on Newsprint in color. THIS COMIC SERIES IS RECOGNIZED FOR IT'S IMPORTANCE (1st Sunday's in Comic Format), IN THE ANNUAL OVERSTREET COMIC BOOK PRICE GUIDE and are RARELY seen, since they originate from a small REGIONAL area!] Virtually NO collectors have ever seen, or heard of these items! >>>>>> The Series runs 155 different issues from Volume 1 #1(Sept.24/1977) to Vol.4#36 (Sept.6/1980); >>> TRIB COMIC BOOK = (Color Sunday strips begin, but printed on Saturday's, usually a day before the rest of the world, making these TRUE FIRST THUS items!

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TRIB COMIC BOOK, the

*** (listed in OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide #33 on page 744)***

(September 24/1977 thru September 6/1980; Color; Volume 1 #1-6 = 7 1/2" x 10 1/2" in size; Volume 1 #7 & up = 8 1/4" x 10 3/4" in size)


Volume 1 #1 (Color Sunday strips, similar to Spirit Sections! These strips begin & appear in all 155 issues; Amazing Spiderman by S.Lee/ Romita, Better Half, Born Loser, Cappy Dick, Doonesbury, Frank & Ernest, Fred Basset, Funky Winkerbean, Hocus Focus/ Junior Whirl, Lockhorns, Marmaduke, Mary Worth, Rex Morgan M.D., Sam & Silo, Steve Roper & Mike Nomad, Trudy, Wizard of ID) .... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked example = $14.00; or VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies = $7.00);

Volume-1 #2 thru #15 (1977) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $9.00; or VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies = $5.00 EACH issue);

Volume-2 #1 thru #52 (1978) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $9.00; or VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies = $5.00 EACH issue);

Volume-3 #1 thru #52 (1979) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $9.00; or VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies = $5.00 EACH issue);

Volume-4 #1 thru #28 (1980) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $9.00; or VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies = $5.00 EACH issue);

Volume-4 #29 thru #32 (1980) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $12.00 EACH issue);

Volume-4 #33 = SOLD OUT

Volume-4 #34 thru #36 (1980; NOT distributed; 1980; Newspaper closed ) ... (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples = $18.00 EACH issue);

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STARTER SETS;

20 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples) = US$139.00;

20 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies) = US$79.00;

50 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples) = US$300.00;

50 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies) = US$175.00;

100 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY FINE, Un-Marked examples) = US$600.00;

100 different issues, OUR Choice (VERY GOOD or Puzzles Marked copies) = US$350.00;

>> ALL above, PLUS Postage;

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CONTENTS;

According to Guiness = Volume 2 #1 - Volume 4 #36; **** Agatha Crumm = Volume 1 #6 - Volume 4 #36; **** Amazing Spiderman by S.Lee/ Romita = in ALL 155 issues; **** Animal Crackers = Most Volume 1 #1 - Volume 3 #3; **** Asterix & Obelix = Volume 1 #9 - Volume 3 #1; **** Better Half = in ALL 155 issues; **** Born Loser = in ALL 155 issues; **** Cappy Dick = in ALL 155 issues; **** Catfish = Volume 1 #1 - Volume 3 #14; **** "Chancellor Manuscript", Robert Ludlum story = Volume 2 #1-11; **** Doonesbury = in ALL 155 issues; **** Drabble = Volume 4 #6-36; **** Emmy Lou = Volume 1 #1 - Volume 3 #4; **** Frank & Ernest = in ALL 155 issues; **** Fred Basset = in ALL 155 issues; **** Funky Winkerbean = in ALL 155 issues; **** Henry = Volume 3 #4, Volume 6 #45; **** Herman = Volume 4 #13-36; **** Hocus Focus/ Junior Whirl = in ALL 155 issues; **** Inside Woody Allen = App in 2/3 of issues; **** John Darling = Volume 3 #12 - Volume 4 #36; **** Know How = Volume 1 #1 - Volume 3 #26;**** Koky = Volume 3 #37-44; **** Levy's Law = Volume 3 #46-Volume 4 #5; **** Lockhorns = in ALL 155 issues; **** Marmaduke = in ALL 155 issues; **** Mary Worth = in ALL 155 issues; **** Maestro & Amalita = Volume 2 #44 - Volume 3 #9;**** McDonald's page to Color, Ronald McDonald app in all = Volume 2 #20, 24, 28, 36, 38, 43, 47, 51, Volume 3 #7,11 ,15, 17, 21, 24, 26, 28, 30, 31, 33, 37, 41, 43, 44, 51; **** Motley's Crew = Volume 3 #4-36;**** Nancy = Volume 3 #6-11; **** Pop Idols = Volume 3 #15-47; **** "Raise the TITANIC", Clive Cussler story = Volume 1 #1-8; **** Rex Morgan M.D. = in ALL 155 issues; **** Sam & Silo = in ALL 155 issues; **** Shambles = Volume 3 #45 - Volume 4 #12; **** Sporting Life = Volume 2 #30 - Volume 3 #3; **** Stanley = Volume 1 #1 - Volume 3 #35; **** Starhawks (Gil Kane-a, Ron Goulart-s) = Volume 1 #4-9; **** Star Trek = Volume 3 #48 - Volume 4 #36; Star Wars = Volume 3 #10 - Volume 4 #36; **** Steve Roper & Mike Nomad = in ALL 155 issues; **** "Storm Warning", Jack Higgins story = Volume 1 #9 - Volume 2 #1; **** "Sword of Shannara" = Terry Brooks story, Gray Morrow art = Volume 2 #12-19; **** Trudy = in ALL 155 issues; **** Tucker = Volume 2 #17-44; **** Walt Disney Pinocchio = Volume 2 #52; **** Walt Disney's Scamp = Volume 1 #1-Volume 2 #34,39-45,47 - Volume 4 #36; **** Walt Disney Winnie the Pooh = Volume 2 #25-44; **** Wizard of ID = in ALL 155 issues; **** Wordsmith (most) = Volume 1 #1 - Volume 2 #23; **** Ziggy = Volume 3 #45 - Volume 4 #36;

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SPIDER-MAN STRIP = (Kingpin Appearance = Volume 1 #1,2, Volume 2 #49, Volume 3 #5,7,11,12, Volume 4 #9-19; Origin = Volume 1 #3-5; Kraven appearance = Volume 1 #6-12, Volume 2 #20-23, Volume 3 #29-31,34,36-39; Mysterio app = Volume 2 #9-13; Dr Doom app = Volume 2 #15-19,22-25; dr Octopus = Volume 2 #19,21,23; Johnny Carson = Volume 3 #35; Prowler = Volume 3 #42-51; Nixon app = Volume 4 #9,10); Spider-Man covers on = Volume 1 #8,13, Volume 2 #6,14,17,24; Spider-Man cover borders = Volume 2 #25-33;

JOHN DARLING STRIP, Cameo's & Appearances; (Volume 3 #12 = Johnny Carson, Farrah Fawcett, Kojak, etc; Volume 3 #13 = Gene Simmons of Kiss; Volume 3 #30 = Blues Brothers, Steve Martin; Volume 3 #38 = TV's Charlies Angels; Volume 3 #46 = Nimoy/ Spock of Star Trek; Volume 4 #2 = Alfred E. Newman of Mad; Volume 4 #4 = Star Wars ships; Volume 3#5 = Beatles; Volume 4 #9 = Farrah Fawcett; Volume 4 #24 = Charlie Brown/ Peanuts; Volume 4#34 = Farrah Fawcett);

POP IDOLS STRIP = (Volume 3 #15 = Paul McCartney (of Beatles), Gene Simmons of KISS; Volume 3 #17 = Rolling Stones; Volume 3 #18 = Rock group KISS; Volume 3 #19 = Rock Group, The Who; Volume 3 #25 = John Travolta, etc.; Volume 3 #31 = Van Halen; Volume 3 #33 = Paul McCartney (of Beatles); Volume 3 #35 = Jacksons (with Michael Jackson); Volume 3 #38 = rock group = Queen; Volume 3 #43 = The Eagles; Volume 3 #45 = Led Zepplin);

STAR WARS STRIP = (Russ Manning-a = Volume 3 #10-Volume 4 #31; Volune 4 #27 = 1st Boba Fett; Volume 3 #14 = 1st app Hans Solo, Leih, & Chewbacca; Volume 3 #20 = 1st app Luke Skywalker; Volume 3 #50 = 1st app Darthvader);

Volume 4 #36 = BATMAN cameo on cover!

Volume 4 #23 = X-MEN cameo in Funky Winkerbean;

Volume 4 #9,15 = Sherlock Holmes appearance in Funky Winkerbean-s!

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*** These have fragile newsprint covers, which are Condition Sensitive!

**** Beware! As many as 1/2 to 1/3 of copies have puzzles & games marked! (Value = 1/2, if marked!)

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1977 (Volume 1)

SEPTEMBER 24(#1);

OCTOBER 1(#2), 8(#3), 15(#4), 22(#5), 29(#6);

NOVEMBER 5(#7), 12(#8), 19 (#9), 26(#10);

DECEMBER 3(#11), 10(#12), 17(#13), 24(#14), 31(#15);

1978 (Volume 2)

JANUARY 7(#1), 14(#2), 21(#3), 28(#4)

FEBRUARY 4(#5), 11(#6), 18(#7), 25(#8);

MARCH 4(#9), 11(#10), 18(#11), 25(#12);

APRIL 1(#13), 8(#14), 15(#15), 22(#16), 29(#17);

MAY 6(#18), 13(#19), 20(320), 27(#21);

JUNE 3(#22), 10(#23), 17(#24), 24(#25)

JULY 1(#26) 8(#27), 15(#28), 22(#29), 29(#30);

AUGUST 5(#31), 12(#32), 19(#33), 26(#34);

SEPTEMBER 2(#35), 9(#36), 16(#37), 23(#37), 30(#39);

OCTOBER 7(#40), 14(#41), 21(#42), 28(#43);

NOVEMBER 4(#44), 10(#45), 18(#46), 25(#47);

DECEMBER 2(#48), 9(#49), 16(#50), 23(#51), 30(#52);

1979 (Volume 3)

JANUARY 6(#1), 13(#2), 20(#3), 27(#4);

FEBRUARY 3(#5), 10(#6), 17(#7), 24(#8);

MARCH 3(#9), 10(#10), 17(#11), 24(#12), 31(#13);

APRIL 7(#14), 14(#15), 21(#16), 28(#17);

MAY 5(#18), 12(#19), 19(#20), 26(#21);

JUNE 2(#22), 9#(23), 16(#24), 23(#25), 30(#26);

JULY 7(#27), 14(#28), 21(#29), 28(#30);

AUGUST 4(#31), 11(#32), 18(#3), 25(#34);

SEPTEMBER 1(#35), 8(#36), 15(#37), 22(#38), 29(#39);

OCTOBER 6(#40), 13(#41), 20(#42), 27(#43);

NOVEMBER 3(#44), 10(#45), 17(#46), 24(#47);

DECEMBER 1(#48), 8(#49), 15(#50), 22(#51), 29(#52);

1980 (Volume 4)

JANUARY 5(1), 12(#2), 19(#3), 26(#4);

FEBRUARY 2(#5), 9(#6), 16(#7), 23(#8);

MARCH 1(#9), 8(#10), 15(#11), 22(#12), 29(#13);

APRIL 5(#14), 12(#15), 19(316), 26(#17);

MAY 3(#18), 10(#19), 17(#20), 24(#21), 31(#22);

JUNE 7(#23), 14(#24), 21(#25), 28(#26);

JULY 5(#27), 12(#28), 19(#29), 26(#30);

AUGUST 2(#31), 9(#32), 16(#33), 23(#34), 30(#35);

SEPTEMBER 6(#36);

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(B) B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic STRIPS (Mostly 1944-1951);


ABBIE and SLATS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949 = ASK;

ALEC THE GREAT (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951= ASK;

BARNEY BAXTER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946 = ASK;

BERRYS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945 = ASK;

BLONDIE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

BOOTS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips, art by Edgar Martin) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946 = ASK;

BRICK BRADFORD (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK;

1944 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;

1945 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;


BRINGING UP FATHER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips, art by McMannus) = IN STOCK;

1943 (87 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $29.00;

1944 (93 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $31.00;

1945 (149 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $49.00;

1946 (156 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $51.00;

1948 (69 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $23.00;

1949 (12 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $4.00;

1950 (26 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $9.00;

1951 (40 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $13.00;


BUZ SAWYER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1946, 1948, 1949 = ASK;

CANTON - CANIFF (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1949 = ASK;


CAPTAIN EASY by LESLIE TURNER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; Most are in VG to FINE condition

1945; July thru December strips (133 assorted Dailies, might include a few duplicates) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $53.00;


CHIEF WAHOO (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips, art by Saunders Ann Woggon) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946 = ASK;

CISCO KID (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

DEAR ARTHUR (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1950 = ASK;

DICK TRACY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945, 1946, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

DONALD DUCK (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips, art by Walt Disney Productions) = IN STOCK;

1943 (87 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $29.00;

1944 (87 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $29.00;

1945 (148 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $49.00;

1946 (144 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $48.00;

1948 (65 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $22.00;

1949 (11 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $4.00;

1950 (25 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $8.00;

1951 (39 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $13.00;


DR. BOOBS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949 = ASK;

DOTTY DRIPPLE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946 = ASK;

GASOLINE ALLEY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

GRANDMA (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1948, 1949 = ASK;

GUMPS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips, art by Gus Edisen) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946 = ASK;

HOPALONG CASSIDY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

INVISIBLE SCARLET O'NEILL (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949 = ASK;

JANE ARDEN (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

JOE PALOOKA (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946 = ASK;

JOHNNY HAZARD (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

KING OF ROYAL MOUNTED (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946, 1951 = ASK;

L'IL ABNER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

LONE RANGER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK;

1944 (02 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $1.00;

1945 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;

1946 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;

1948 (02 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $1.00;

1949 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;


MANDRAKE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK;

1944 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;

1945 (01 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $0.50;

1946 (80 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $27.00;

1948 (70 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $23.00;

1949 (14 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $5.00;

1950 (25 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $8.00;

1951 (41 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $14.00;


MARK TRAIL (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

MARY WORTH (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;


MICKEY MOUSE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK;

1948 (65 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $22.00;

1949 (11 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $4.00;

1950 (26 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $9.00;

1951 (38 assorted Dailies) = $0.50 each or the Lot for $13.00;  


MIKI (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945, 1946, 1948 = ASK;

MOON MULLINS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

MYRTLE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

NANCY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1950, 1951 = ASK;

NEBBS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946,1950,1951 = ASK;

ORPHAN ANNIE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

OZARK IKE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

PALOOK, JOE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

PENNY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

PERRY MASON (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

PHANTOM (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

POGO (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

POPEYE (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1945, 1946, 1948, 1949 = ASK;

REX MORGAN (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

ROY ROGERS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

RUSTY RILEY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1948 = ASK;

SMITTY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1943,1944= ASK;

SNUFFY SMITH (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1951 = ASK;

STEVE ROPER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951 = ASK;

TERRY - WUNDER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1949 = ASK;

TIM TYLER (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944, 1945, 1946, 1951 = ASK;

THIS ARMY (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1944 = ASK;

WASH TUBBS (Assorted B&W Newspaper DAILY Comic Strips) = IN STOCK; 1946 = ASK;


(C) COLOR Newspaper SUNDAY Comic STRIPS (Mostly 1955-1963);

ALLEY OOPV.T. HAMLIN  (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 9 Assorted Sunday Pages 1959-1960 = $1.00 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $6.00);

BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH by Fred Lassweli (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1954-1955 Era = ASK

BRICK BRADFORD by William Ritt & Clarence Gray (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1942-1945 Era = ASK

BUCK ROGERSGeorge Tuska art (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages circa 1959-1965 Era = ASK

DAVID CRANEWinslow Mortimer art (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages circa 1957-1958 Era = ASK

FAMILY CIRCUS / Our Kids SIDESHOWBil Keane art (Sunday Pages) 12-1/2"  x 6-1/2" (16 cm x 31 cm) = One Third of Full Page Size Assorted Sunday Pages from 1963 = ASK

HENRY by Carl Anderson (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1946 Era = ASK

KERRY DRAKEby Alfred Andriola (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1961-1962 Era = ASK

LITTLE IODINEJimmy Hatlo  (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 10 Assorted Sunday Pages 1959-1960 = $1.00 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $7.00);

MICKEY MOUSEWalt Disney (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 237 Assorted Sunday Pages (with Duplicates on over 25% of them) Mostly from 1958-1963 Era = $1.00 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $150.00);

OUR BOARDING HOUSE / Major HoopleBill Freyse  (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 9 Assorted Sunday Pages 1959-1960 = $1.00 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $6.00);

OUR NEW AGE by Athelstan Spilhaus and Earl Cros (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1959 Era = ASK

PONYTAIL by Lee Holley (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages 1961 Era = ASK

POPEYE (Thimble Theatre starring..)  by Bud Sagendorf (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages Circa 1959-1960? Era = ASK

POPEYE (Thimble Theatre starring..)  by Tom Sims & Bill Zaboly (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size Assorted Sunday Pages circa 1951-1955? Era = ASK

RIPLEYS Believe It or Not  (Sunday Pages) 12-1/2"  x 6-1/2" (16 cm x 31 cm) = 7 x One Third of Full Page Size and 1 x One Half Page, 8 Assorted in total, Sunday Pages 1952-1958 Era = $1.00 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $5.00);

SCAMPWalt Disney’s (Sunday Pages) 12-1/2"  x 6-1/2" (16 cm x 31 cm) = One Third of Full Page Size Assorted Sunday Pages from 1961 = ASK

TALES FROM THE GREAT BOOK by John Lehti (Sunday Pages) 9" x14" (23 cm x 38 cm) = Full Tabloid Size 21 x Assorted Sunday Pages 1956-1957 Era = Samson  and the Gates of Gaza, Joshuas Double Battle,. Abraham’s Obedience, Noah’s Ark, Solomon and the Queen of Sheba = $1.25 each, or the Lot for US$19.00

TALES FROM THE GREAT BOOK by John Lehti (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 34 x Assorted Sunday Pages 1954-1955 Era = King Saul & the Witch of Endor,  Joash The Boy King, Unselfish Love of Ruth, Little Captive Maid, Moses & Miriam, Tower of Babel  = $1.25 each, or the Lot for US$32.00

TARZAN by Dick Van Buren & John Celardo (Sunday Pages) 9" x 9" (22.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Two Third Tabloid Size 11 x Assorted Sunday from 1954-1955 = $1.50 each (Or Buy the LOT for only $14.00);

TEENIE WEENIES  –  William Donahey,  (Sunday Pages) 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 22. 5 cm) = Half Tabloid Size 10 Assorted Sunday Pages 1959-1960 = ASK

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( 1 );  We accept payment thru PAYPAL (the Most Popular Option) = www.paypal.com 

( A )  Payments using PAYPAL are to be Sent to dsulipa@gmail.com 

( B or Provide us the email address Linked to your PAYPAL Account and ASK us to send a PAYPAL INVOICE;

( C If you are NEW to PAYPAL, we can send a PAYPAL INVOICE and Get you Started (Simply Provide us the email address you want to use for PAYPAL)

( 2 );  We gladly accept CREDIT CARD Payments { VISA, American Express and Mastercard };  

EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order)   (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments);
( A )  Send first 8 digits in email #1,

( B ) send second 8 digits in email #2 and

( C ) send EXPIRY DATE, and Security / Validation Code (3 Digit number on the BACK of the Card, if there is one) in email #3; 

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

*** PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error); 

>> OR, you can; PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 );  TEXT it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-392-6686 );

( 3 ); MONEY ORDERS, CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & BANK DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees;

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

( 4 ); WESTERN UNION; They Require that You send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the USA Funds Total into the current Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number;  Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa;  Send me via WESTERN UNION Tracking Number Information in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

( 5 ); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

( 6 ); USA Funds CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for LOST CASH, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But Note that 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
( 7 ); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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Send to & make payment to;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
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STEINBACH, MANITOBA
CANADA R5G 1B5

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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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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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