Tuesday, February 12, 2019

JACKIE ROBINSON "Baseball Hero" Part 2

...After demonstrating amazing athletic skills in multiple sports in high school and college (UCLA), Jackie Robinson began playing baseball in the Negro League for the Kansas City Monarchs, where his prowess caught the eye of a scout for the Brooklyn Dodgers!
Jackie was assigned to the Dodgers' International League farm team the Montreal Royals, just one step below the major leagues.
But the first Black player in the previously all-White professional leagues was about to discover the path to the majors was destined to be a rocky one...
Be Here Thursday When Jackie Debuts as a Brooklyn Dodger!
Written by Charles Dexter, and illustrated by an unknown artist, this book-length tale from Fawcett's Jackie Robinson (1949) detailed his life and career up to mid-1949.
Intended as a one-shot, it sold so well that it went to a bi-monthly series the next summer!
We'll be serializing it for the next couple of weeks on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in tribute to the legendary baseball player's 100th birthday!
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Digitally-restored and remastered from a scan of the actual original cover!

Monday, February 11, 2019

Monday Madness ALICE "Flying Saucers"

I always wondered what happens when someone takes the concept of "flying saucers" literally...
...as the amazing Dave Berg did in this cover-featured tale from Ziff-Davis' Alice #11 (1953)!
Not quite the sort of "flying saucers" we usually present, eh?
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Sunday, February 10, 2019

THE JACKIE ROBINSON STORY Collectible Movie Poster and Lobby Cards

Poster
...with the poster and lobbycards from the first movie about the first Black player in the major leagues (which starred Jackie Robinson as himself), now offered as posters and prints, digitally-remastered and restored from the actual poster and cards!
The originals are worth hundreds, even thousands of dollars!
But these affordable reproductions can put these HTF examples of classic Black Americana in your den, study, game/media room, bedroom or wherever you want at reasonable cost!

Saturday, February 9, 2019

JACKIE ROBINSON "Baseball Hero" Part 1

One of the longest-running baseball-themed comics was about one of the most controversial players of all time...
...Jackie Robinson, the first Black man to play in the previously all-White major leagues!
Be Here Tuesday When Jackie Amazes the Skeptics!
Written by Charles Dexter, and illustrated by an unknown artist, this book-length tale from Fawcett's Jackie Robinson (1949) detailed his life and career up to mid-1949.
Intended as a one-shot, it sold so well that it went to a bi-monthly series the next summer!
We'll be serializing it for the next couple of weeks on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in tribute to the legendary baseball player's 100th birthday!
Please Support Atomic Kommie Comics
Digitally-restored and remastered from a scan of the actual original cover!

Friday, February 8, 2019

Friday Fun SPACE MOUSE "Shooting Stars"

There's some cute wordplay in this never-reprinted tale...
...from Avon's Funny Tunes #3 (1953-54), written and illustrated by Frank Carin!
You gotta admit, Carin had a fun, imaginative approach to this series which had the same science-fantasy "vibe" as Mighty Mouse...
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