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**** TRUE, FACTUAL, Non-Fiction, & Sports Comics FOR SALE;

Air Ace (Street & Smith Pub) ......

Volume-2 #7(1/1945; Powell-s; Science Fiction-c/s; G/VG $29);

Volume-2 #12(November/1945);

Volume-3 #3(4-5/1946; Flying in the Future-c/s by Ray Evans; Time Reverse-s by Payne; VG/FN $42);

Volume-3 #8(error says Volume-5 #8 on-c; last issue; 2/1947; Powell-c/art; Atomic Bomb test at Bikini-s; Bill Barnes-s; FA $12);


Adventure is my Career (Street & Smith Pub.)

1945(Story of a Cadet at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy);


All Sports Comics (Hillman Periodicals)

Volume-1 #3(February - March/1949);



AVIATION ADVENTURE & MODEL BUILDING - #17(February 1947; 60 pages; Kip Clark in Club Troubles; 3 page Bio of Clarence Chamberlin; 4 page Bio of Norman M. "Hot Rock - Bus" Miller; VG+ = $22);



Aviation Cadets (Street & Smith Pub) #NN (1943; One Shot; VG $42);


Babe Ruth Sports Comics (Harvey Pub; USA Edition; POWELL art in Most);

#1 (Powell-a; 4/1949; Basketball Cover; BABE RUTH Life Story; Mildred Zaharias-s; Boxing-s; Olympics-s; VG+=$105; FA/G $42);

#1 (Powell-a; 4/1949; Basketball Cover; BABE RUTH Life Story; Mildred Zaharias-s; Benny Leonard the Brain Boxing-s; Olympics-s; >> Bottom 40% of Cover is Missing, rest of comic is a FA/G; And with centerfold & Last Page missing; B&W Photocopy replacement pages included; Poor reading copy = $17);

#2 (Powell-a; 6/1949; Baseball Cover & Issue; BABE RUTH Life Story; Al Schacht; Lou Boudreau;Ralph Kiner; AD page missing at back, waterdamaged copy, FA = $20);

#5 (Powell-a; 12/1949; Bob Chappuis Football-c/s; Levi Jackson football-s; Marcel Cerdan boxing-s; BABE RUTH Life Story; waterdamaged copy, FA $19);

#7(5/1950; TURK BRODA NHL Hockey Goalie-c/s; Sugar Ray Robinson boxing-s; Andy Varipapa bowling-s; Zoe Ann Olsen-s; BABE RUTH Life Story; FN/VF $109);



BABE RUTH Sports Comics (Harvey Pub; Canadian Variant Editions);

#2 (Powell-a; 6/1949; Baseball Cover; BABE RUTH Life Story; 36 pages; Rare Canadian Variant Edition; FN $59);



BASEBALL THRILLS (Ziff-Davis Comic Group) -

#2(Summer; 1951; Powell Art; Bob Feller cover; Yogi Berra true story; Great “Christ” Mathewson);

#3(Summer; 1952; Clipper bows out; Real story of Joe DiMaggio; Royal Rascal Slide Kelly Slide; Three Million Cried ... The Home Run that Killed Brooklyn; Bob Feller cover);


Bill Stern's Sports Book (Ziff davis Pub);

Volume-2 #2 (Winter/1952; 96 page GIANT; Krigstein-a; Kinstler-a; Painted-c; Hockey-c; Harlem Globetrotters-s; Bull Fighters/Matadors; George Mikan Basketball-s; Gene Tunney vs Harry Greb Boxing-s; Sonja Henie-s; TV Wrestling-s; Maurice Richard Hockey-s; Sugar Ray Robinson boxing-s; Joe Louis vs Jack Dempsey Boxing-s; G/VG $39);



Eddie Stanky Baseball Hero (Fawcett Pub);

#NN (1951; Photo-c; New York Giants; Interior is a very nice VF; Cover appears VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G $33);


HEROIC COMICS – Go to our “War Comic Inventory” at www.dougcomicworld.com


IT Really Happened (1944-1947; William Wise/Standard/Visual Ed Pub);

#4;

#6 (Ernie Pyle cover; also contains; John J. McGraw, Joan of Arc, John Adams, John Quincy Adams);

#7 (Story of the Helicopter cover; also contains; Teddy Roosevelt, Sir Walter Raleigh, Jefferson Davis, John James Audubon);

#8 (4/47; Story of Man O' War - Horse of the Century-c/s; Fiorello H. La Guardia-s; ROY ROGERS King of Cowboys-s; Sister Elizabeth Kenny-s; Manuel Avila Camacho-s; James H. Jimmy Hare Ace Reporter; Pappy Boyington-s; Guardineer art on 2 stories; decent G/VG=$29.00; Good+=$24.00; G=$20.00);

#9 (6/47; Alex Schomburg-c; Frank Buck-s; George Eastman inventor of Kodak-s; Captain William Kidd-s; Old Ironsides-c/s; Fighting Bill William O’Dwyer-s; Pioneer Mothers-s = WARD-a; Alexandre Dumas & Son; FN/VF=$65.00);

#9 (6/47; Alex Schomburg-c; Frank Buck-s; George Eastman inventor of Kodak-s; Captain William Kidd-s; Old Ironsides-c/s; Fighting Bill William O’Dwyer-s; Pioneer Mothers-s = WARD-a; Alexandre Dumas & Son; G/VG, but 1/3 page out & centerfold missing = $6);

#10 (Story of Mark Twain cover; also contains; Le Roy R. Grumman, Nathaniel Greene, Sir Richard Francis Burton, “Honus” Wagner);

#11(10/1947; LAST issue in series; classic PIRATE & GGA / Good Girl art by Alex Schomburg; VF but with very small touches with glue, call it a Fine = $38; additional copy ASK);


Jim Ray's Aviation Sketchbook {picture stories of planes & pilots}

#1(2/1946; Life story of Capt Eddie Rickenbacker-c/s, planes, jets, rockets, etc; Nice comic; FN = $125);


John F. Kennedy, Champion of Freedom (Worden & Childs Pub);

#NN (1964; Photo-c; scarce; G/VG $12);


Larry Doby, Baseball Hero (Fawcett Pub.);

#NN(1950, Cleveland Indians, Bill Ward art; coverless);


The Man Who Runs Interference (General Comics Pub.)

#NN (Life Insurance Giveaway; 1946);


MARK TRAIL’S ADVENTURE BOOK OF NATURE (Pines Comics; 1958) - #1 (Summer/1958; Special CAMP issue; Mountain Lion & Deer-c; BEARS Back-c; 100 Page Squarebound GIANT; Contains 78 x Sunday Page Strip reprints; Creased Covers thus FA/G = $10);


Picture News (1946-47; Lafayette Street Corp Pub);

#4 (April 1946; First to Make the News Live in Pictures! “The Amazing Marine Who Became King of 10,000 Voodoos/ Smash Inflation! By Chester Bowles/ Claude Rains and Vivian Leigh in Caesar and Cleopatra by George Bernarde Shaw; Exclusive How Bob Crawford The Flying Baritone, Wrote the Wars greatest Song in the air; Inventor John Clymer Who put a Town on its feet by feet by feeding wild birds.);

#6 (6/1946; JOE LOUIS cover & 5 page Boxing Bio Story; Frog Man-s; Round Trip to mars-s; Daring Chinese GIRL PIRATE defies British Navy-s; Aga Khan - moslem potentate; FDR - President Franklin Delano Roosevelt-s; Beauty & the beach; Popular music of Edward B. marks; G/VG $27);


Pioneer Picture Stories (Street & Smith Pub);

Volume-1 #8 (9/1943; Russia's Marshall Timoshenko; Legless Ace-s; Tom Terriss-s; Capt John Paul Jones-s; Allan Pinkerton-s, with Abe Lincoln app; overall decent "G", but top 25% is torn off cover & first 2 pages = FA $9);



REAL ADVENTURE - #1(April 1955);



Real Heroes (Parents' Magazine Press Inc.; September/ 1941; 64 full color pages),

#2(J. Edgar Hoover cover & story, Niagra Falls jump) ,

#6 (PT Boat Hero cover; also contains Moorer sends an S.O.S., Chief of the “Chetniks”, “Iron Man” Lou Gehrig; Lost R.C.A.F. Patrol, “Swamp Fox” Marion; Tanya – Russian Girl Guerilla; Little Devils of China; 64 pages; full color - SOLD OUT );

#7 (Contains 7 full length True War stories and 6 other true Comic feature; also Contains Navy's Ace Raider Admiral William Halsey, Army Miracle Man Gen. Brehon Somervell, Panda Man Floyd Tangier-Smith, Ship Builder #1 Henry J. Kaiser);

#10 (9 full length true war stories & 7 other true comic features; also contains Dangerous Journey, Nine Against the Sea, Old Glory's First Battle, Flying Marine, Carl Akeley Jungle Adventurer);



REAL LIFE Comics (1941-1952; Better / Nedor / Standard / Pictorial Magazines Pub);

#8 (11/1942; 68 Pages; Black Phantoms: the Commandos; Benito Juarez, Redeemer of Mexico; Draja Mihailovitch: Jugoslav Hero; Leonardo Da Vinci; Johnny Appleseed; Miguel de Cervantes; West Point; Igor Sikorsky; Aces of the Air: Brigadier General Claire L. Chennault; 2nd Lieut. Alexander R. Nininger; VG = $49.00);


#10 (Gen. Arnold-s, Sir Hubert Wilkins-s, Vasco Da Gama-s, General Wood-s, G.W. Goethals-s, Lieut, Powers-s);

#14 (Water Wasps cover; Patton-s, Montgomery-s, Tolstoy-s, Newton-s);

#15 (1/44; Schomburg-c; William Tell-s; Beethoven-s; Poland-s; Giraud-s; FA/G $15);

#17 (The Story of Medicine cover; Queen Victoria-s, Lt. Gen Spaatz-s, Robert E.Lee-s, Albert Einstein-s);


#19 (9/1944; The Fighting Seabees cover by Alex Schomburg; Maj. Walter Reed-s, Cabral of Brazil-s, Jacob Riis-s, Colonel Svoboda-s; SOLD OUT);


#20 (The U.S. Paratroopers cover; Commando Kelly-s, James Edward Glethorpe-s, Joseph Pulitzer-s, Sucre President of Bolivia-s);

#21 (Lt. General Omar N. Bradley cover; Myles Standish-s, Marshal Voronov-s, Admiral Farragut-s, Sir Henry Morgan-s);

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#23 (Private Johnny Fuentes cover; George R. Tweed-s, Pedro Menendez-s, Commander James A. Hershfeld-s, Jose Rizal-s);

#24 (July 1945; Story of Baseball, Babe Ruth; G/VG $38);

#25 (Commander “Bus” Miller Ace of the Reluctant Raiders Cover; Marcus-s, Captain John Davis-s, Commander Bulkeley-s, Coronado-s);

#26 (The Fighting U.S. Marines cover; Benvenuto-s, Sir Henry Morton Stanley-s, Sieur Daniel G. Duluth-s, General Truscott-s);

#28 (The Filipino Guerillas – Ruperto Kangleon Cover; Louis Antoine de Bougainville-s, Andrea Doria-s, Robert Blake-s, Comm. Robert J. Foley-s);

#29 (Anthony Wayne Stormer of Stony Point cover; Niels Bohr-s, Maj. General Wingate-s, Simon Boliva Buckner Jr.-s, Gen. Zachary Taylor-s);

#30 (4/1946; Alex Schomburg-c; Canada/RCMP Mountie-c and 6 page-s; Brig. General Jeb Stuart / US Civil War-s; Samuel P.Langley / Flying Machine-s; Ezra Cornell / Great Western Union Telegraph Company-s; Baron Robert Clive / India Empire Builder-s; Captain Robert Sheldon Scott / Munda Air Strip vs JAPS-s; Louis Agassiz, Professor of Zoology-s; Stephen Smith-s; VG = $35; FA/G=$15);

#32 (Arctic Crusade cover; Frank Sinatra-s, Sir Edward Appleton-s, Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave-s, Caroline Herschel-s);

#33 (7/46; Schomburg-c; Pirates-c! Robert Louis Stevenson-c/s; Clark Gable-s; Daguerre-s; VG $33; additional copy = ASK);

#34 (8/46; Schomburg-c; Paul Revere-c/s; James/Jimmy Stewart-s; Irving Berlin-s; J.F.Cooper-s; Admiral Horatio Nelson-s; G/VG $25; additional copy = ASK);

#35 (Rudyyard Kiping cover; Ethan Allen-s, Commodore Uriah P. Levy-s, Brigham Young-s);

#36 (Story of Automobile cover; Wendell Willkie-s, Sir Thomas Lipton-s, John Colter-s, Booker T. Washington-s);

#37 (Francis marion the Swamp Fox cover; Story of motion pictures: Bing Crosby story), Harold Stassen-s, Howard Pyle-s);

#39 (5/47; Schomburg-c; 1,000,000 AD future-s; G.W.Carver-s; Telegraph-s; Plus 3 page TITANIC illustrated Text-s; VG $36);

#40 (The Battle of New Orleans Cover, Alexander P. De Seversky-s, Trygve Lie-s, Hans Christian Andersen-s, Fridtjof Nanden-s = ASK);

#42 (1-2/1945; 2nd Cavalcade of England = Britain from 1215 to 1485; Joe Martinez - Private Joe; Medal of honor;  Arturo Toscanini - Music Is His Weapon; Patty Berg - Tomboy pro golfer & U.S. Marine; B-29 Super-Bomber; General Jacques Leclerc - Hero of Paris; Danger Below; Japanese submarines - WWII South Pacific; Scotty McAllister; Pvt. McAllister captures 160 German soldiers; SOLD OUT);


#43 (Jungle AdventureCover; Oliver Wendell Holmes-s, Francisco Goya-s, Louis Braille-s, John B. Kelly Jr.-s);

#44 (The Bad Man cover; Donald MacMillan-s, Citizens of Tomorrow-s, Harold Russell-s, Sir James M. Barrie-s);

#45 (Story of Francois Villon cover; Gil Dodds-s, Capt. Perry-s, Kit Caros-s, Burl Ives-s);

#46 (Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Sr. Story; Lieut Harold Moorse-s, Wm. Sidney Porter-s, Roger Williams-s, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. & Sr.-s; VF; additional copy = ASK);

#47 (Capt. McNelly Texas Ranger Scourge of Border Bandit cover; Montezuma-s, William Penn-s, Mickey Walker-s, George Gershwin story);


#51 (Sam Houston Idol of Texas cover; Benjamin Franklin-s, Prince Henry the Navigator-s, Jules Verne "Journey to the Moon" by Evans; FA/G; additional copy = ASK);

#52 (Western Trail Blazer – Jim Bridger cover; Ericsson-s, Miguel Hidalgo-s);

#53 (Tuska-a; Wells, Fargo & Co-s; 22nd Century-s with Severin/Elder-a; Baseball's Al Schacht; Pirates-s; G $20);

#54 (Bat Masterson-c/s; 2xSeverin/Elder-a; Mars/SF-s with Tuska-a; Joe DiMaggio/Stan Musial Baseball-s; A.Graham Bell-s; 2pgs RCMP illustrated text-s; Pirates-s; Canadian variant edition, VG+ $29);

#54 (Bat Masterson-c/s; 2xSeverin/Elder-a; Mars/SF-s with Tuska-a; Joe DiMaggio/Stan Musial Baseball-s; A.Graham Bell-s; 2pgs RCMP illustrated text-s; Pirates-s; additional copy = ASK);

#56 (April 1951; Bill Breakenridge-s; Roman Nose's Raid-s; Barbarossa-s; Ben Hogan-s);

#58(October/1951; Jim Reavis-s; De Lussan-s; Ensign Sanders-s; Bessemer-s);


RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT! (HARVEY Pub); #1;


Roy Campanella Baseball Hero (Fawcett Pub);

#NN (1951; Photo Front & Back-c; Negro Baseball hero; Brooklyn Dodgers; Interior is a very nice VF; Valued at $550+++ in High Grade! Cover appears VG, but spine is split to cover & first 2 outerfolds; Covers & first 2 outerfolds detatched; Thus FA, reading copy = $44);


SCIENCE Comics (Ace/Humor Pub);

#1 (1/1946; Palais-c/s; Atom Bomb-c/s; Penicillin-s; Marconi/Wireless-s; VG $44);


SPORTS Action (1950-52; ACI / Marvel / Atlas Pub);

#2 (FIRST issue; 2/1950; Powell Painted-c with 4 sports; George "Gipper" Gipp, Notre Dame Football-s; Art Shires/Chicago White Sox-s; original Celtics, Basketball-s; Atom Bomb panel; G = $49);



Sport Thrills (STAR Pub.; 1950-51);

#13;

#15 (Inside cover states #11);

Sport Thrills (Accepted Pub.);

#12(Second issue; Boxing cover Joe DiMaggio, Phi Rizzuto, Yogi Berra, Tommy Henrich, Red Grange, Bill Tiden, Christy Mathewson, Dick Colf; true stories of all time champions);


SPORT STARS (1946; Parents Magazine Institute)

#1 (February/March/1946; “Muzz” Patrick – hockey star & 5 sport champion; Great Gipp Notre Dame's most inspiring player; How Tarzan got that way, the Story of Johnny Weissmuller);

#3 (June/July 1946);


THRILLING TRUE STORY OF THE BASEBALL YANKEES (Fawcell Pub. ; 1952) #NN;


Top Secrets (Street & Smith Pub.)

#5(October 1948; Powell cover art);


TRAIL BLAZER PICTURE STORIES (Street & Smith Pub.) #4(October 1942);




TRUE Comics (4/1941-8/1950; True Comics / Parents Magazine Press Pub); [1-23 = Each has 68 Pages including Covers; #24-30 = Each has 60 Pages including Covers; #3-50 and up = 52 pages; >>> Most War-Time issues have some true War stories, with Nazi's etc; >>>Steve Saunders Special Agent of FBI True stories, in cooperation with FBI = #33--41,44,48,53,68; >>> Cavalcade (history) of England-s =41--43,45,46,48; Secret Warriors-s= 49-53,55,56]

( A )  [SCARCER VARIANT Editions Exist for at Least #4, 6,14, 21,23,25,29-39 & probably others, these say TRUE "Picture-Magazine" on the Cover;

Regular editions state only "TRUE Comics" on the Cover];

( B )  [SCARCER VARIANT Editions Exist for at Least #56-58,60,61,63-66,68,73,75 with an * ”ASTERISK on the Cover;

Regular editions of TRUE Comics DO NOT Have an * ”ASTERISK on the Cover];

( C )  [SCARCER VARIANT Editions Exist for at Least #23, 24, 26,29,30,32,36,38,41,46,47,50, 52, 53 with  ICC ” on the Cover;

Regular editions of TRUE Comics DO NOT Have ICC ” on the Cover];

( D )  [SCARCER VARIANT Edition; #60(5/1947) exists with a Rare 15 Cents Cover Price VARIANT (We are SOLD OUT, but note it exists);

*** TRUE Comics

#2 (June/ 1941; Story of the Red Cross; Fall of Napoleon - battle of Waterloo; William S Knudsen; Samuel de Champlain; Zebulon Pike; Luther Burbank; Sea War; Eric Sevareid; Thaddeus Kosciuszko; EVERETT-a; G/VG = $27);

#3 (8/1941; Chiang Kai-Shek; Deborah Sampson; Dr Robert Koch Death Fighter; Tank = Land War; Billy Bishop Canadian Air Ace; Daniel Boone; Baseball's Hall of Fame, with Babe Ruth (cover) etc; Captain John Jouett; Oliver Hazard Perry & the Battle of Lake Erie; G/VG = $29);

#5 (10/1941; Story of the Circus; JOE LOUIS Brown Bomber world champion boxing fighter; Saca Jawea indian heroian; Fighting Chaplain Father Francis Patrick Duffy;Stephen Decatur eagle of the seas; GENE AURTY = 2pgs with illo & Photo; Edwin L. Drake the first Oil well ever drilled; John Honeyman with George Washington; Captain Roy Brown vs Richthofen; VG minus = $29);

#6 (11/1941; General Bernard C Freyberg; Annie Oakley - Girl Sharpshooter; Tristan da Cuncha; Capture of Aguinaldo; Fiorello LaGuadia the fighting 'Little Flower'; Sir John Franklin; H. Lloyd Child - World's Faster Human; John Fay - Power Boy; 1903-1940 Baseball World Series; VG/FN = $45); .

#8 (1/1942; General Charles De Gaulle-c/s; 68 pages including covers; Ethan Allen - Frontier Fighter; Elsie MacGill - Queen of Hurricanes / Canadian Fighter Planes; Cheif of Chemihueir Indians; USA WW2 Air Victories; Dr John Earl Baker - Red Cross Hunger Fighter in China; C. Randlph & Roger Whiting - Motorcycle Record; Mike fink - King of the Mississippi River; SOLD OUT );

#9 (2/1942; They Stole a Train; Pig that made History; Harold R. Stark - U.S. Navy Chief; Tecumseh; Humphry Davy; Floyd Smith; Snow Kings & Queens; Count of Frontenac; Carl von Paulsen; George Washington's advise; Emliano Zapata; G/VG = $19);

#9 (2/1942; They Stole a Train; Pig that made History; Harold R. Stark - U.S. Navy Chief; Tecumseh; Humphry Davy; Floyd Smith; Snow Kings & Queens; Count of Frontenac; Carl von Paulsen; George Washington's advise; Emliano Zapata; overall FN/VF but Title Off - Top 1/3 of cover is missing thus FA/G = $11);

#10 (March/ 1943; Teddy Roosevelt out West; Major General Commandant Thomas Holcomb - Cheif of the U.S. Marines; Samuel F.B. Morse - Inventor of Telegraph; George Washington & the French Indian War; Jimmy Angel - Flier & Soldier of Fortune; Bowling; Sir Wilfred Grenfell; Story of SABU Boy of India; Floyd Smith - Parachutes; Norsemen & Iceland; Grace Darling - Heroine of the Storm; Francis Scott Key - Star Spangled Banner; FAIR+ = $10);

#10 (March/ 1943; Teddy Roosevelt out West; Major General Commandant Thomas Holcomb - Cheif of the U.S. Marines; Samuel F.B. Morse - Inventor of Telegraph; George Washington & the French Indian War; Jimmy Angel - Flier & Soldier of Fortune; Bowling; Sir Wilfred Grenfell; Story of SABU Boy of India; Floyd Smith - Parachutes; Norsemen & Iceland; Grace Darling - Heroine of the Storm; Francis Scott Key - Star Spangled Banner; ** 20% of Front cover missing at right edge & bottom left corner; 50% of BACK cover missing; otherwise complete PR/FA reading copy = $8);

#12 (May/1942; MacKenzie King prime minister of Canada, Convoy Rescue & Captain Harold H Harris - Wings over the Andes-c/s; Andrew Jackson; Roger Williams; H.M.S. Jervis Bay & Captain E.S. Fogarty RN; Electric Light Bulb; Robert Sallette; Animals with Tony Sarg; Major General King & Chief Tomas of the Balugas; Richard Harding Davis; Count de la Perouse; Ruth Harkness & Su Lin giant Panda; Pat McDonald; Robert HOUDINI; SOLD OUT);


#13 (June/1942; The Story of the Commandos-c/s; Alma Heflin - First Woman Test Pilot; Alexander Selkirk - the real Robinson Crusoe; Admiral Ernest J. King - Cominch Commander in Chief of the U.S. Navy; The 4th of July in Salvador; British hit-and-run troops; HOUDINI the Man Who Mystified the World; U.S. Jumping-Off Place Against Japan, Alaska; Story of Glass; Oscar's War: The Cat That Went to Sea; French Navy of Canada; Hugh Noyes Nulcahy; Col. Albert J. Fountain; FA, reading copy = $9);

#14 (July /1942; Capt Jack Knight - Knight of the Air Mail; Guy Schultz - Buffalo Bulldoger; Lady Hester Stanhope - Queen of the Arabs; U.S.S. Heron; Meet Charlie McCarthy, Australia War Base of the Pacific; Richard Tewkesbury; Canadian Mounties go to Sea; Retreat from Moscow; Michelangelo; VG = $25);

#15 (August/1943; Bob Feller, Cleveland Indians baseball pitcher in the Navy; Washington DC - 150th Birthday of the Nation's Capital/ FLAG Cover; Capt Robert Ford - He Flew Around the World to Get Home. The Story of West Point, & with centerfold pinup; Cherokee Indians - Secret of the Senecas. Sail Rock, How It Took Part in a Battle. Dr Christian Eijkman - The Discoverer of Hidden Hunger; about the discovery of vitamins. Madame Tussaud's Waxworks. Conquest by the Iron Horse. Paul Revere - Son of Liberty; G/VG=$18; G=$14; FA/G=$10);

#16 (9/1942; He Bombed Toyko bio on General Jimmie Doolittle. The Lost Colony feature on Roanoke. Flying Viking bio on Major Ole Rieistad. Friend of Animals bio on Henry Bergen, founder of the S.P.C.A. [Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals]. Young America Hits the Trail bio on Monroe Smith, director of American Youth Hostels. Cave Nurse bio on Joanna Stavridi. The Netherlands East Indies. He Fought for Freedom bio on William Wallace. The Modest Miracle bio on Robert R. Williams.; SOLD OUT);

#17 (October/1942; The Brooklyn Dodgers; Fighting Joe Stillwell-c/s; Capt Hewett T Wheless - One Yank against 18 Japs-c/s; Ghost of Capt Blight-c/s; Ma-Ma Mosquito chinese Guerilla heroine; US Marines - Leaping Leathernecks - Paratroopers; Story of the Gupsies; Mexico Land of Fighting Men / Maya's Toltecs Aztecs; Alec Templeton; Diamond Rock; Story of Bread; Father Lacombe - Railroad; VG=$27; FA/G=$12);

#17 (October/1942; The Brooklyn Dodgers; Fighting Joe Stillwell-c/s; Capt Hewett T Wheless - One Yank against 18 Japs-c/s; Ghost of Capt Blight-c/s; Ma-Ma Mosquito chinese Guerilla heroine; US Marines - Leaping Leathernecks - Paratroopers; Story of the Gupsies; Mexico Land of Fighting Men / Maya's Toltecs Aztecs; Alec Templeton; Diamond Rock; Story of Bread; Father Lacombe - Railroad; FA, centerfold missing = $7);

#18 (November/1942; Mickey Rooney; B. Donlevy; Battle of Wake Island-c/s; General Lewis H. Brereton - Annapolis-c/s; Battling Bill Caves of Merchant Marine-c/s; JUMBO Elephant King of the Big Top-c/s; History of America part-1, 1000-1700; England's famous chool - ETON; Story of Playing Cards; Lord Selkirk; Caribbean Spy Ring - Capture of King of Belize; Doughboy's Holiday - privates Robert Hopkins & William Carey; VG=$25; FA/G=$10);

#19 (December/1942; Guillard Laurent Robillard - Canadian Ace; Lt General Dwight Ike Eisenhower-c/s; Victor Von Hagen & the sacred Bird of the Mayas; Story of America 1700-1783 Colonial period; Helen Summer s - Brooklyn NY to Bataan; Secret Messages - story of Codes; US & Japan fought before; breaking the Nazi ring of death; Dr Edward Trudeau; conquering the White Plague; Uncle Sam; Nazi's in Russia; Abbott & Costello; Weight = 100 Grams; FA/G $10);

#20 (January/ 1943; U.S. Rangers-c/s; Story of Americans – Chapters III, 1783-1814 the Infant Republic; How the Radio Beam Guides Airplanes; Knights in Armor / Men of Steel - Greatest Athlete of the Middle Ages; Max Kholas = 1905 Ex- Russian Soldier in New York; Alexander Pope's great dane dog Bounce; 1941 story of Torpedo Squadron 8, Skipper Waldron, Ensign Gay; the Clipper Girls - Grace Hamilton & Nina Babcock; Secrets Codes; Story of India; One Came Back; General McNaughton, Canada's fighter scientist-c/s; Super Commandos - Fighting Fools of the Desert; FA/G = $10);

#21 (February/ 1943; Roy Rogers & Trigger cameo; Assiniboine - Canadian U-Boat Hunter-c/s; War Gliders; Jallopy Jockeys; Story of America 1815-1850; Timoshenko the Russian Blitz Buster; U.S.S. Yorktown - Ship with the Fighting Heart; Pierre Durand - France's Invisible Man; Dr Samuel Mudd - Doctor who came back; Annapolis & West Point - How the Army Mule got the Army's Goat; Victoria Drummond - Lady is an Engineer; G/VG=$16; G=$12);

#22 (March/ 1943; General Brenard L. Montgomery - Desert Warrior; Dorsey Baker & Joseph Ladd - Wolves eat Railroad; Story of Brazil; Story of America 1850-1865, with Civil War & Abe Lincoln; Canadian Air Ace George Beurling - Wings over Malta; Klava Rossuck - Time out for Victory; Amazing Homer Lea; Jim Thorpe - Indian Athlete; Submarine in 1776; Parachutes for Victory; Casablanca movie review with photo of Humphrey Bogart & Bergman Ingrid Bergman, and Paul Henreid; Photo of Abbott & Costello in Sherlock Holmes deerstalker hats; G = $12);

#23 (April/ 1943; General Mark Wayne Clark - Mystery Mission; U-Boat Ahead; Rescue from the sky the story of steel secret codes; Alice Dubois; Uncle Dan Callaghan - Fighting Admiral; Island of St Martin - A Foot race that stopped a War; Air Transport Command; Bootblack's Amazing Poodle; Story of Steel; Story of Great Britain's Flag - Three Crosses; Gerneral Eisenhower & Winter Underwear; Story of America 1865-1898; FA/G = $10);

#24 (May-June/1943; Marco Polo-s; Tarzan photo cameo; General Henri Honore Giraud - Master of Escape; Pacific Adventure; Barney Ross - Winner & Still Champion; Convoy comes Through; William Beebe - Explorer of Ocean Depths; Marco Polo; Story of America; Jeanne Mance - Canada's Pioneer Nurse; William D Leahy - Admiral of Victory; VG = $22);

#24 (May-June/1943; Marco Polo-s; Tarzan photo cameo; General Henri Honore Giraud - Master of Escape; Pacific Adventure; Barney Ross - Winner & Still Champion; Convoy comes Through; William Beebe - Explorer of Ocean Depths; Marco Polo; Story of America; Jeanne Mance - Canada's Pioneer Nurse; William D Leahy - Admiral of Victory; G, 1-1/2" x 2" coupon missing inside, 4 Leafs/8 pages missing = $4);

#25 (July/1943; "How to beat a JAP"-s = 7 pages; Roy Rogers photo cameo; RCMP-s - Men without Fear = 6pgs; Submarine-s; Pidgeon Express; Torpedo Terror; Major John Smith & Fighting 223; the Mayo Family - Medicine's Miracle Men; Patsy Lee - She'll Smile again; Men without Fear; Ensign Louis J Muery & Walter Ric Richter - Life Raft; Story of America 1919-1939; Speed Demon; G=$12; FA/G=$10);

#26 (August/ 1943; Tank at Bay; 1914 upside down stamp; Hero of the Bismarck Sea - General George C. Kenney; A Dog Named Bill; A dog at a R.A.F. Queen of Sky Battle; Story of a military plane - the Suzy-Q; The Mayo Family - Part-2; Shanghai Heroine - Yang Hui Ming; Promo movie ad - Roy Rogers in King of the Cowboys; True Stories About Stamps article by Ted Murray; The Story of America WWII with Teddy Rooselvelt & Winston Churchill; Human Sky Scraper - Cornelius Warmerdam; Journey From Fear - Cornelius Vandergrift; Narrow escape of Henru de Tonti; G/VG=$16; G=$12);

#27 (September/ 1943; Devil Dogs - Leathernecks have Landed-c/s; Boy Saboteurs-c/s; Lt General George S. Patton-c/s; Major Alexander de Seversky - Air Pioneer; Photo Joe; Eagle's Revenge - War of 1812 Naval battle; Skipper the Lucky Dog; Battling Dutchess of Bedford; Indian Captive; SOLD OUT);

#28 (10/1943; Original Uncle Sam-c/s; Winnipeg Baseball with Sioux indian & black men, Rock & Feffers-s; RCAF fliers Lost in the Arctic; RCAF crew forced down in Greenland; Nazi's in Greece - Leap to Glory; Greek student - Nazi resistance; General Jacob Jakie Devers - Yank Commander-c/s; Frank Rock - Indian Remembers / baseball; Enemy Agent - A Code Story; Balboa - Hero of Darien; Radar - Wonder Weapon; George Washington Carver - Wizard of Science; Major General Jean Knox -Lady General; The Flying Dutchmen / Lt Peter Carmerus = Netherlands Air Force & Jackson Mississippi; VG/FN=$27; G/VG=$16);

#29 (November/ 1943; Roy Rogers, Trigger & Smiley movie ad cameo; Fighting Seabees-c/s; Story of Beethoven = 8 pages; Our South American Neighbors - Peru-s;

RCAF - Bomber Ablaze; Bomber over Germany; Lou Diamond - amazing Marine; True Stories About Stamps; U.S. Navy Construction Battalions; shipbuilders Saved 12,000 Hours a Year; Shipbuilder gauge for pipe elbows; the Joe Jacksons - Bicycling Circus Comedians; Three Fronts One Cause - National War Fund; Underground France fights back - Paris French resistance in WWII; VG=$22; G/VG=$16);

#30 (12/1943; HITLER app; Roy Rogers, Trigger & Lassie movie ads; How Many Indians Do You Know? Racial purity; Captain Hayes Revenge-c/s - sinks a Japanese convoy; Jan Smutek - Wanted by the Gestapo, with hanging panel; Dr. Norman Bethune - They Shall Not Perish / Blood Banks-c/s; Cooper Brothers, Mort and Walker - Baseball; Venezuela - Our South American Neighbors; They Got the Blame - Scapegoats in history; Gibraltar Express-c/s; WWII convoy - England to Gibraltar; Ann Gibbs - the Mail must get through; FN=$33; VG/FN=$27; G/VG=$16);

#31 (January/ 1944; Our Good Neighbor Bolivia; ** Belly Gunner “Shorty" Gordon; The Man Behind the Gun – French Canadian, John C. Garand; U.S. Army and Navy Thunderbirds; Doctor mary Walker the First Lady of the Army Medical Corps; Red Grange the Galloping Ghost; American Eagle; Major General "Terrible Terry" Allen; SOLD OUT);

#32 (February/ 1944; Men Against the Desert - Tobruk, Libyan Desert; Destination Danger; American Flag - Francis Scott Key & Mary Pickergill; Forged for Victory; Our South American Neighbor - Chile; Colonel Robert L. Scott & the Flying Tigers; PT Terror; destroyer Contessa; Philip Hawco & Infantile paralysis; Allied invasion of North Africa; WWII. How Canada Got Its Name; Pre-vaccine approaches to polio; WWII bomber crew - North Africa; WWII torpedo boats; Weight = 75 Grams; G/VG $13);

#33 (March/1944; Roy Rogers & Trigger Ad; General Mark W. Clark and his Fighting Fifth-c/s; Special Agent of the FBI series Begins-c/s; Common Sense about the Common Cold; H.M.S.C. Georgian; Danger at Daybreak; WWII bomber crew - North Atlantic; Salute to the Coast Guard; Emeline Wharton as Robert Wilber - Spy for Freedom Dressed as man to join US Revolution; Jim Bay janitor becomes Doctor WWII New Guinea; Our Good Neighbor - Uruguay; Captain Frank P. Bender - Hit the Silk-c/s = WWII New Guinea SOLD OUT);


#34 (April/1944; Angel of the Battlefield - Clara Barton-c/s; Claude Weaver of the Royal Canadian Air Force / RCAF-c/s; George Washington; Doctor Declares War - Dr. Gordon S. Seagrave; The story of Wendell Wilke - Chamion of Democracy; Special Agent of the FBI - Steve Saunders; Flak Happy, Flying Fortress - Lt. Richard H. McGibney; Our Good Neighbor - Paraguay; Terror Bound - Crew of merchant ship Lahiana on Pacific toward Hawaii in WWII; FN=$26; G/VG=$13);

#35 (May/1944; Regular Edition says TRUE Comics on the Cover & Left Corner LOGO; Giant Killers - Story of torpedo / PT Boats-c/s; Fearless Funmaker - Sgt Irving Fenster-c/s; Carlson's Marine Raiders - Lt Col. Evans Fordyce Carlson USMC; Man Who Made the World Laugh - Mark Twai; Canada's Terrific Twins - champion skiers Rhona & Rhoda Wurtele; School for Espionage -- Special Agent of the FBI Steve Saunders; Tribute to the Merchant Marine; Black Gold - story of Oil; Colombia -Our South American Neighbors; John Wayne & Susan Hayward photo in Fighting Seebees movie ad; VG/FN=$22; G=$10);

#36 (June/1944; Lt General General Ira C. Eaker - Flying General, 8th Air Force-c/s; Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Dog "Chips" makes a Comeback in the US military; Strong Men & weight lifters; Lt Rilie Morgan - Daredevil of Company K - WWII Guadalcanal; Garibaldi - Fighter for a Free Italy-c/s; Harriet Quimby - American Lady pilot; Our Good Neighbor - Ecuador; Canada's Sub-Busters-c/s; Roy Rogers & Trigger photo ad; VG/FN=$22; VG=$18; G=$10);

#37 (July/1944; Vice Admiral Richmond K. Turner - Commander of Crocodile Fleet-c/s; Rube G. Edward Wassell - Magnificent Screwball Baseball-c/s; How it Began - Origin of Nursery rhymes; Therese Bonney - Photo-Fighter; Nazi concentration Camp photo's; Round the World Gift -National War Fund; Builders of the Alaska Highway; The Battling Borie - US destroyer vs German submarines-c/s; Fearless Five - US Marines in South Pacific vs Japanese-c/s; Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Roy Rogers & Trigger, Gary Cooper movie photo ads; VG/FN=$22; VG=$18; G=$10);

#38 (August/1944; Doughboys' General - General Omar Bradley-c/s; Jinx Ship; U.S.S. Michigan - Lake Erie 19th century; Joe Ruddy Sr. & Jr. - Rough 'n Ruddy water polo-c/s; Marcus Whitman - Oregon Trail Blazer; Weather prediction & military; Lt. Annie Den Hooch - One-Woman Army; Major Paul Triquet 22nd regiment - Victorious Canadian; Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Friendly Enemies; British POWs - Italy, WWII; Jinx Ship; Invasion Fleet - Victory's spearhead; G/VG=$13; G=$10);

#39( 9-10/1944; Regular "TRUE Comics" Edition; FDR /Franklin D. Roosevelt-c/s; Lionel Conacher of Canada - Wrestling,Football, Baseball, Hockey-c/s; Frank D. Merrill - Merrill's Marauders-c/s; Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Anesia Pinhiero Machado - Rio Flyer / female Pilot; There Are No Master Races = Hitler app; Lt. Hyman Goldberg - Bombardier Mission Completed;Saved by Sub-c/s; Red Ryder movie photo ad; FA/G=$8);

#40 (11/1944; Thomas E. Dewey-c/s; TITO of Yugoslavia-s; Sidney Franklin - Bullfighter from Brooklyn; Shark Bait - Survivors in a lifeboat; Railroads on the March; Superfortress - B-29 Bomber-c/s; Marie Anne Lagimoniere - Frontier Wife at Red River Settlement; Back Yard Lifesaver; Milkweed / War Hemp Industries; pilot Paul Johnson - Lesson Learned-c/s; Sea Furies - British Torpedo Boats - North Africa WWII-c/s; Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Roy Rogers movie ad; FN+=$29; G/VG=$13);

#41 (December/1944; Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher - Pacific Sweeper-c/s; Sergeant Jean Youn of WAC's; Cavalcade of England-c/s begins - British history up to 1215 AD; Penicillin-s; Canadian flight Lieutenant Dave Hornell - RCAF - Last Ditch-c/s; Roy Rogers photo cameo; National Ski Patrol system-c/s; Marine Corporal Walter Bodt at Guadalcanal - Desperate Message; Aircraft carriers in WWII. Alexander Fleming - Penicillin. Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Sergeant Jean Young - WAC Under Fire; Bear Facts - in Alaska; Weight = 75 Grams; Includes Christamas renew your subscription Letter; FN/VF=$33);

#41 (December/1944; Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher - Pacific Sweeper-c/s; Sergeant Jean Youn of WAC's; Cavalcade of England-c/s begins - British history up to 1215 AD; Penicillin-s; Canadian flight Lieutenant Dave Hornell - RCAF - Last Ditch-c/s; Roy Rogers photo cameo; National Ski Patrol system-c/s; Marine Corporal Walter Bodt at Guadalcanal - Desperate Message; Aircraft carriers in WWII. Alexander Fleming - Penicillin. Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Sergeant Jean Young - WAC Under Fire; Bear Facts - in Alaska; Weight = 75 Grams; VG/FN=$22; G/VG=$13; G=$10);

#42 (1-2/1945; 2nd Cavalcade of England = Britain from 1215 to 1485; Joe Martinez - Private Joe; Medal of honor; Arturo Toscanini - Music Is His Weapon; Patty Berg - Tomboy pro golfer & U.S. Marine; B-29 Super-Bomber; General Jacques Leclerc - Hero of Paris; Danger Below; Japanese submarines - WWII South Pacific; Scotty McAllister; Pvt. McAllister captures 160 German soldiers; G/VG = $14.00);

#43 (Spring/ 1945; Hero of the Year – General Dwight D. Eisenhower - Hero of the Year-c/s; Alphonse Leemans - Tough Tuddy / Football-c/s; D-Day Secret; Soldiers & Roosevelt-Churchill papers; Cavalcade of England Chapter-3 Britain history 1485-1603; Minneapolis - Unsinkable Ship-c/s; Benjamin O. Davis Sr. & Jr.: Two of a Kind; African American military officers. Steve Saunders Special Agent of the FBI; Lt. Helen Talboy - Anzio Ordeal; Perfect Error - Bombing a Japanese ship; FN/VF=$33; G/VG=$13);

#45 (Fall/1945; Col. Alexandre Pokryshkin - Sky Hawk, Russian Ace of Aces-c/s; Mercy for Millions - National War Fund; Tokyo Express; PT Boats vs Japanese destroyers-c/s; Ray Barbuti - Stubborn Sprinter; Cavalcade of England Chapter 4 Britian from 1603-1688; Mary Murray - Delaying Action, Revolutionary War heroine; Chaos at the Central Park Zoo - Great Hoaxes; Full page Capt Marvel ad; VF=$42; FN/VF=$33; FA/G=$8);

#46 (Winter/1945; Flags at IWO JIMA-c/s; Name to Remember; U.S. destroyers - Laffey. Ursula Graham-Bower - Jungle Queen; Chehalis - the Magnificent Runt, harness horse racing-c/s; Cavalcade of England Chapter 5 Britian from 1688-1815; Gonzalo Romero: Game Gonzalo - soccer; Major John C. 'Pappy' Herbst - Flying Old Man; George Gershwin; VG/FN=$22; G/VG=$13);

#47 (March/1946; Atoms unleashed - Story of the ATOMIC BOMB-c/s; Frisco Flash - Ann Curtis, swimming-c/s; Wing Commander Robert Davidson - Underground Ace-c/s; Week-End in Rome - Italy surrenders; Cavalcade of England Chapter 6 Britian from 1815-1902; Henry Hudson - Man-Made Miracle; Rayon and artificial fibers; The History of Clocks; How Industry Serves the Nation; Roy Rogers & Trigger movie review photo; VG/FN=$30; VG=$25);

TRUE COMICS (True Comics / Parents Magazine Press Pub; 1941-1950 series); 


#48 (April/1946; Vintage Original SEVENTY YEAR OLD Comic Book; 52 pages including Covers; PFC DESMOND DOSS: “Hero Without a Gun” = Partial Cover and 5 page TRUE STORY of DESMOND DOSS the conscientious objector and Medal of Honor winner; HACKSAW RIDGE  the MOVIE, is based on the DESMOND DOSS life story, was directed by Mel Gibson and was released nationwide in the U.S. on November 4, 2016 to positive reviews. In the film, DESMOND DOSS is played by Andrew Garfield.

Desmond Thomas Doss was a United States Army corporal who served as a combat medic with an infantry company in World War II; Desmond Doss received the Congressional Medal of Honor from President Harry Truman on October 12, 1945 for saving 75 Lives; Desmond Doss is the subject of The Conscientious Objector, an award-winning documentary in 2004. Desmond Doss is the subject of the book The Unlikeliest Hero. Desmond Doss appeared on the Ralph Edwards NBC TV show This Is Your Life, On February 18, 1959. Wikipedia = Desmond Thomas Doss (February 7, 1919 – March 23, 2006) was a United States Army corporal who served as a combat medic with an infantry company in World War II. During the Battle of Okinawa, he became the first and only conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honor for actions above and beyond the call of duty in World War II. *** Other Contents in this SEVENTY YEAR OLD Comic Book includes; Baldy's Great Race; 1910 Alaska sled dog championship. Paul Robeson bio on actor/singer. The Doll Shop Mystery starring Steve Saunders; Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cavalcade of England, script by Dr. Joseph H. Park; hapter 7: British history 1901 to 1933 AD. Human Howitzer bio on Al Blozis. Photos of Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Robert Montgomery. Fighting Schoolmarm bio on Amparo Bonecilla, a woman soldier in the Philippines. Pirate Patriot bio on Jean Lafitte; War of 1812;  *** RARE due to HUGE DEMAND and Very Small Supply = By Far the MOST Requested issue in the series; = SOLD OUT);


#49 (May-June/1946; 1st appearance of Secret Warriors & Series Begins-c/s; Baseball pitcher Richard "Rube" Marquard, Sizzling Southpaw-c/s; Tom J. Smith - Smoking Fists, Abilene's new Marshal-c/s; Maine - How It Got Its Name; Sultan and the Emperor Come to Cambridge - Great Hoaxes; Joseph Palmer - Battle of the Beard, 1830's Massachusetts; Cavalcade of England, Chapter 8 Britian of 1930-1946; Josef Haydn - Farewell Symphony; Lucie Aubrac - Lucie to the Rescue, French underground in WWII; Captain Frank Lillyman - Heaven on the House; VG = $18);

#49 (May-June/1946; 1st appearance of Secret Warriors & Series Begins-c/s; Baseball pitcher Richard "Rube" Marquard, Sizzling Southpaw-c/s; Tom J. Smith - Smoking Fists, Abilene's new Marshal-c/s; Maine - How It Got Its Name; Sultan and the Emperor Come to Cambridge - Great Hoaxes; Joseph Palmer - Battle of the Beard, 1830's Massachusetts; Cavalcade of England, Chapter 8 Britian of 1930-1946; Josef Haydn - Farewell Symphony; Lucie Aubrac - Lucie to the Rescue, French underground in WWII; Captain Frank Lillyman - Heaven on the House; G, but 3 x CFO/Centerfolds = 6 page Missing = $3);


#50 (July/1946; Ten-Goal Tommy Hitchcock = POLO Sport cover & story; Cutter Campbell the Sinbad of the Coast Guard; Lumber Pirates; George Westinghouse-s; 2nd Secret Warriors Chapter-II; Tugboiat at Niagra Falls; Incas Lost Treasure at Cocos Island; How TEXAS got it's name; Anna Leoowens - Palace Teacher; Magic Proximity Fuze; overall G/VG, but with Magic Tape down the Spine to the cover, thus GOOD Minus = $9.00);

#50 (July/1946; Ten-Goal Tommy Hitchcock = POLO Sport cover & story; Cutter Campbell the Sinbad of the Coast Guard; Lumber Pirates; George Westinghouse-s; 2nd Secret Warriors Chapter-II; Tugboiat at Niagra Falls; Incas Lost Treasure at Cocos Island; How TEXAS got it's name; Anna Leoowens - Palace Teacher; Magic Proximity Fuze; overall VG, but with Heavy PEN Scribbling on TITLES & at Top of Cover, Pen Scribble on BACK cover; 2-1/2" x 4" COUPON missing out of BACK cover, thus FA/G = $7.00);


#51(8/46; Exercise Musk-Ox; 3rd Secret Warriors-s;= ASK!

#52(September/1946; Buccaneers-s; Amelia Earhart-s; 4th Secret Warriors-s; = ASK!

#53(October/1946; Elenor Roosevelt-s; Rommel-s; Bobby Riggs-s; Tom Paine-s; Wyatt Earp-s; = ASK!

#54 (11/46; Allan Pinkerton 1st American Detective; 3pgs BABE RUTH-s; = ASK!


#55 (December/1946; FIRST appearance of SAD SACK in Comics = 1/2 Page USO Appeal cartoon Comics by GEORGE BAKER;  Pre-Dates SAD SACK COMICS #1 from Harvey (9/1949) by 33 MONTHS; Unity of Arms = 7 page comic story about the Creation of Department of Defense; New York Sun 1835 Life on the Moon Hoax; = 3 page comic story;

The Secret Warriors Chapter-7= 6 page comic story; Seagoing Santa; Army & Navy = Robert R. Patterson & James V. Forrestal, Christmas 1942 on U.S.S. Samuel Chase at Gibraltar = 2 page comic story; Career in Canvas = 2 page comic story; Boxer Mickey Walker;  Civil War - St. Albans Vermont; Rebels in the North = Bank robbers for the Confederate cause = 4 page comic story; King Cobra = 2 page comic story; Kansas City = 5 page comic story; Gallant Steeds - Revolutionary War = 3 page comic story; General Billy Mitchell the Winged Prophet = 4 page comic story; >>> CGC; FINE minus,  5.5, with Cream to Off-WHITE Pages = $249.00); 

#56(1/47; Nana Hanneford circus family; Queen of the ice Gretchen Merrill; James Cardinal Gibbon = ASK!

#57(February/1947; Fireman cover; Aviation Wonder kid Martin Caidin; Master Saver New York in 1889; = ASK!

#58 (March/ 1947; Houdini story;Leonardo Da Vinci; Jim Jeffries; Arctic Peril; First World Flight; = ASK!

#59(April/1947; Bob Hope partial-c & 6 page-s! Pirates-c/s; Napoleon=2pg app; = ASK!

#60 (May/1947; Gunning for Balloons; Favorite Fiddler; = ASK!

#61 (June/1947; Peter Legrand Buccaneer part-c & story; Plane crash in Alps-c/s; FAG $5);

#61 (Peter Legrand Buccaneer part-c & story; Plane crash in Alps-c/s; = ASK!

#62(July/1947; RCMP-c/s; New York City-s; Nero-s; VG+ $18);

#62(July/1947; RCMP-c/s; New York City-s; Nero-s; = ASK!

#63 (August/1947; Undersea Bombers; lady Leatherneck; Rocket Rescue; = ASK!

#63(August/1947; Undersea Bombers; lady Leatherneck; Rocket Rescue; VG, mailing label on-c $18);

#64(September/1947; DDT-s (Insecticide); Whipping panel; Cellini-s;= ASK!

#65 (Story of Scotland Yard; Boss of the NY Yankees Larry MacPhail); = ASK

#66 (Will Rogers World's Most Famous Cowboy; “Scoop Kid”; American in Industry);= ASK

#67 (Charging 'Zebra”; Basketball pointers; Rockets & Jets; Mexico's Man of Action); = ASK

#68(Oversized; 1/48; Admiral Byrd-c/s; = ASK!

#69 (February/1948; Lester patrick of 1928 New York Rangers; Jack Benny; Special Agent Steve Saunders in Alaska Manhunt; = ASK!

#70 (True FBI Adventures; Case of the Seven Hunted Men; Last Stand of a Sea Wolf);

#72 (True FBI Adventure; Special Agent Steve Saunders “The Case of he Vicious Gunmen”);

#73 (October/1948; Steve Saunders Special Agent -s; WALT DISNEY 6pg Life-s w Mickey & Donald cameos; 1pg Lou Gehrig; Jack Robbins Detective-s; = ASK!

#74 (December/1948; Steve Saunders Special Agent -s; Amos & Andy-s; 1pg Babe Ruth illustrated text-s; = ASK!

#75 (2/49; Steve Saunders Special Agent -s; Jack Robbins Detective-s; Tommy Dorsey-s; = ASK!

# 76 (4/49; Steve Saunders Special Agent-s; 1pg Turk Broda Hockey Goalie Bio-s;

Pirates-s; Jack Robbins Detective-s; Arctic-s; = ASK!

#76 (April/1949; World's greatest Athlete!; Special Agent Steve Saunders; True FBI Adventures; = ASK!

#77 (6/1949; JEAN LAFITTE Patriot or Pirate? = 7 page story; Lou Boudreau, Superman of the Diamond; Eugene Francois Vidoco, Frances's Greatest Detective; LOWE PRINT and Scarcer High Number; Mailing Label at bottom edge of cover, VG = $16.00);


#78 (Stan Musial Greatest Baseball player; Gen. Lucius D. Clay – Berlin Watchdog; Gagliostro – Master Rogue);= ASK

#79 (October/1949; Sulken Millions; Ralph Bunche hero of Peace; = ASK!


#81 (2/1950; Combined with; Tex Granger, Jack Armstrong & Calling all Kids; Sir John Franklin & Northwest Passage; Roy Chapman Andrews Modern Dragon Hunter; Red Grange the Galloping Ghost; Captain John Charles Fremont & Frontier Fighters; US Camel Corps; RARE High Number issue, that was distributed thru mail ONLY, to Subscribers ONLY; Mailing Label on cover, SOLD OUT);


#82 (Ship of Mystery Marie Celeste; All-Time Champions Hank Luisetti);

#83 (Commander Ellsberg Hero of the Sea; Bullfighter from Brooklyn; Tex Granger, fighting frontier Marshal – The Lost Gold Mine);



TRUE Animal Picture-Stories (True Comics Press/ Parents Institute Inc Pub);

#2 (LAST issue; Spring-Summer/47; US Army Dog-s; Pigeons thru history, with Noah, Caesar, Napoleon & Nazi cameos; Alaska Gog Race-s; Civil War Army Mule-s; K-9 Courier-s; Bird of Mayas-s; Buffalo Bulldogger-s; US Camel Corps-s; G/VG $17);


TRUE Aviation Picture-Stories (True Aviation Picture-Stories, Inc.);

# 5, 9 (March 24/ 1943);


TRUE SPORTS Picture-Stories (Street & Smith Pub)

1943 – February(Volume-1 #11; Jack Binder-a; George Halsa & Chicago Bears football; Red GRANGE beats Penn; Roy Riegels; Marty Servo boxing);

1943 – June (Volume 2 #1; Buddy Hassett smacket it for a homer with Yanks; From Newsboy to Champion. The story of Connecticut's fistic idol – Willie Pep);

1944 – August (Volume 2 #8; Famous ring Champions of all time! Boxing Cover);

1946 - Volume 3 #9 (September/October/ 1946);

1948 – March/April (Volume 4 #6; Phantom Phil Hergesheimer, American Hockey League scoring champion tells you how to play championship Hockey; Hockey cover);

1948 – May/June (Volume 4 #7; Powell art cover; How to Box by America's Greatest coach Leo Houck; How to Bowl better by Andy Varipapa, national match game champion; The art of pitching by Hal Newhouser);

1949 - Volume-4 #12 (March-April/1949; Powell cover); = ASK!

Volume-5 #2 (7-8/49; History of Boxing-c/s; LAST issue in series; Great RAVIELLI-c; Rube Waddell Baseball-s, with Connie Mack app; Kinscem Wonder Horse-s;

Champion GOLFERS-s; Slewfoot Jones, Baseball humor-s, with Powell-a; VG+, with small 1/2 paper pul & tear at top mid-cover = VG- = $36);


TRUE 3-D (HARVEY Pub); #2;


TRUE WAR EXPERIENCES (HARVEY Pub); #1,3,4;



WORLD FAMOUS HEROES MAGAZINE (Comic Corp. of America/ CENTAUR) - #1(October 1941, Davy Crockett, Paul Revere, Lewis & Clark, John Paul Jones, Robert E. Peary of North Pole, William "Billy" A. Bishop, General George C. Marshall of US Army, cover & stories; FLAG cover by Gustavson; Benjamin Franklin text-s ; Bob Lubbers & Glanzman art; Light subscription crease in middle, appears G/VG, but with Magic Tape repairs inside spine, thus G = $119);

WORLD FAMOUS HEROES MAGAZINE (Comic Corp. of America/ CENTAUR) - #2;

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( 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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>> Note; USA letters to Canada, need $1.25 in stamps;
Send to & make payment to;

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
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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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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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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