Saturday, August 19, 2017


This is NOT for the Faint of Heart!
Now see what misled millions of innocent young schoolchildren who thought they'd survive an atomic attack by simply ducking and covering...
Amazing what the government would lie about, eh?

Friday, August 18, 2017

Friday Fun BIG APPLE COMIX "Battery's Down"

Like many people, Chicagoan Alan Weiss came to New York City to seek fame and fortune...
...and the Midwestern man who became an established comics illustrator shared a (supposedly only-slightly exaggerated version of his first days in NYC in the late 1960s...
Note: may by NSFW due to a couple of common-to-the-era racial stereotypes in this never reprinted tale.
Alan is now accepting private comissions at his site HERE!
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Trump Reading Room DUCK AND COVER Part 1

As Don the Con prepares to get us into a nuclear shootout with North Korea... behooves us to look back at how the government thought we'd have to deal with a potential nuclear attack!
As you might have guessed, this was a comic booklet that was handed out to students in the 1950s-1960s who were shown the famous Duck and Cover movie in their classroom!
Be here tomorrow for the conclusion...but, in the meantime, here's a kool download from the Library of Congress about Duck and Cover and similar Civil Defense films!
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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Reading Room TEEN BEAM Cartoons!

Here's the remaining, never-reprinted comic pages from DC's Teen Beam #2 (1968)...
Artist and writer unknown
...the short-lived comic book-sized teen fan magazine.
Art by Warren Sattler. Writer unknown
In truth, I have no idea why the editors thought these strips would appeal to teen-age girls...
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Monday, August 14, 2017

Reading Room TEEN BEAM "Monkees Family Album"

As we mentioned earlier, the 2nd (and last) issue of DC's Teen Beat/Beam had comics/cartoons...
Here are Joe Orlando's renderings of TV's Monkees...
This wide shot was published sideways on one page.
We've swung it 90 degrees to its' proper orientation.
This is a two-page spread with a very rare (at the time) "gutter bleed"
There are a couple of unrelated single page strips, which you'll see tomorrow!
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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Welcome to the Golden Age Comic Cover Gallery

We're re-presenting a whole line of long out-of-print comic book covers as affordable poster prints perfect for students' dorm or bed rooms, house stagers who need a way to personalize a home they're selling in a kitchy (but not tacky) way or pop-culture aficionados who don't want to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars for a display piece!
Besides the complete run of Motion Pictures Funnies Weekly (including covers to the undistributed #2, #3 & #4) we're currently offering a slew of 3-D comics covers, all digitally-restored and remastered, many never previously-reprinted!
Check out the Golden Age gallery!
Great value!
Kool graphics!
HTF classic comic book art!
What more could you want?
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