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comic books manuel
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comic books manuel
  Citation 5001Categories: 45s, Male Black Group Reissue 45sComic Books - Manuel - Times Square RecordsComic BooksManuelComic Books - ManuelMix of MediaSample ClipsCompact DiscsSheet Music All Have Pictures of Artist Unless Noted Some surface noise/wear
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life comic books
$279
life comic books
  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Life (1936) comic books Nov 23 1936Life (1936)Nov 1936 $270.00The very first issue of Life Magazine ever published on November 23, 1936! Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this debut issue: Franklin Roosevelt's Wild West, Overweather, Greatest Living Actress, and more; photos from around the world; "The Plainsman" movie; and more. Fort Peck Dam on cover. 10.5-in. x 14-in.; partial color; 68 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Jan 4 1937Jan 1937January 4, 1937. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: extensive look at the Franklin Roosevelt years 1933-1937; riding horses; photos from around the world; "The Plainsman" movie; and more. FDR cover. 10.5-in. x 4-in.; partial color; 68 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Mar 15 1937Mar 1937March 15, 1937. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: steel workers; Eleanor Roosevelt photo album; England's Crown Jewels; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 78 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Jan 9 1939Jan 1939 $22.00January 9, 1939. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: Rumania; Winston Churchill; turbine locomotive; Frankie Brimsek; art of Reginald Marsh; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 60 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Jan 16 1939January 16, 1939. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: Lucius Beebe; dentistry; Bible art; "Gunga Din" movie; fashion; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 68 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Jan 30 1939January 30, 1939. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: Army fliers trained at Randolph Field; Bible art; Voder machine; fashion; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 64 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Feb 13 1939Feb 1939FR 1.0 February 13, 1939. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: the Philippines; art at the Golden Gate Fari; polo ponies; Italian art; Norma Shearer; and more. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 76 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Mar 13 1939Mar 1939 $33.00March 13, 1939. Classic weekly news/photo magazine. In this issue: New York World's Fair; presidential polls; Ellis Island cartoons; incubator rooms for premature babies; Tony Galento; spring hats; and more. Half-page Kellogg's All-Bran ad with The Captain and the Kids comic strip. 10.5-in. x 13.75-in.; partial color; 80 pages. Cover price $0.10.  Apr 3 1939Apr 1939Clair MaxwellRusty staples.INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing. Interrupts art and story, back cover missing and cover detached.
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airwaves 1991 comic books
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airwaves 1991 comic books
Published Feb 1991 by Caliber. Story by Michael Lark and Debra Rodia. The first published work by future mainstream artist Lark. Also includes a preview of Taken Under, from Caliber Presents. Published Mar 1991 by Caliber. Story, art and cover by Michael Lark. The Director reveals his plans to brainwash the remaining citizens not already under his control. Published Apr 1991 by Caliber. Jon Pure discover the Directors brainwashing plan. Published May 1991 by Caliber. The Director takes steps to ensure that Paisley and Jon Pure will be unable to stop him. Published Jun 1991 by Caliber.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Airwaves (1991) comic books 1991Airwaves (1991)Story by Michael Lark and Debra Rodia. Art and cover by Michael Lark. In a future America run by corporations, a female d.j. and a rock singer try to aid the resistance. The first published work by future mainstream artist Lark. Also includes a preview of Taken Under, from Caliber Presents. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50. Story, art and cover by Michael Lark. In a future America run by corporations, a female d.j. and a rock singer try to aid the resistance. The Director reveals his plans to brainwash the remaining citizens not already under his control. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50. Story by Michael Lark and Debra Rodia. Art and cover by Michael Lark. In a future America run by corporations, a female d.j. and a rock singer try to aid the resistance. Paisley the d.j. and Jon Pure discover the Directors brainwashing plan. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50. Story by Michael Lark and Debra Rodia. Art and cover by Michael Lark. In a future America run by corporations, a female d.j. and a rock singer try to aid the resistance. The Director takes steps to ensure that Paisley and Jon Pure will be unable to stop him. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50. Story by Michael Lark and Debra Rodia. Art and cover by Michael Lark. In a future America run by corporations, a female d.j. and a rock singer try to aid the resistance. Security forces close in on the heroes as the Directors plan goes into motion. Planned as a six-issue miniseries, but this was the final issue. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.50. Airwaves (1991) comic books 1991Feb 1991Airwaves (1991)Mar 1991Airwaves (1991)May 1991Jun 1991Apr 1991Airwaves (1991)Airwaves (1991) $2.10 $2.10 Issue #5 $3.60 $3.00 $3.60 $3.00 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2
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akira 1988 comic books
$12
akira 1988 comic books
Here it is – the first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series, paving the way for the manga and anime craze to blossom in the English-speaking worldDecades after a mysterious explosion destroys Tokyo, teen bikers Tetsuo and Kaneda encounter a child with the face of an old man; his strange powers hold the key to the mysteryStory, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff, who pioneered the use of computer coloring with this series. Also includes an introductory article by Archie Goodwin. Published 1988 by Marvel. Published Oct 1988 by Marvel.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Akira (1988) comic booksAkira (1988)Tetsuo and Kaneda get caught up in the governments pursuit of the mysterious Mutant #26; the Colonel wants to control the power of Akira, but hes not the only one. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Mature readers. Cover price $3.50. Cover price $3.50. Kaneda gets caught up in the rebels' attempt to find the mysterious Akira; meanwhile, Tetsuo is going through some strange and terrifying changes. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Also includes an article about the Akira anime. Mature readers. Cover price $3.50. Cover price $3.50The Clown biker gang doesnt know what hit them after Tetsuo demonstrates the extent of his new psychic powers. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Also includes an article about Otomo himself. Mature readers. Cover price $3.50. Cover price $3.50. Maddened by his ever-growing psychic powers, Tetsuo resists the efforts of the Colonel and his government troops, as well as Kaneda and Kay, in his drive to awaken Akira from suspended animation. The first English translation of Katsuhiro Otomos influential manga series. Story, art and cover by Otomo. Color by Steve Oliff. Mature readers. Cover price $3.50. Cover price $3.5Akira (1988) comic booksAkira (1988)May 1989Akira (1988)Nov 1988Jan 1989Mar 1989Akira (1988)Aug 1989Akira (1988)Feb 1989Akira (1988)Aug 1988Akira (1988)Jun 1989Akira (1988)Oct 1988Akira (1988) $11.25Akira (1988) $10.50 $6.49 $4.49 $6.49 $6.49 $6.49 $5.49 $7.00 $7.00 $7.00 $7.001 CGC $7.49 $7.49 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $9.00 $9.00FN/VF 7.0 FN/VF 7.0 VF- 7.5 FN/VF 7.0 
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cerebus 1977 comic books
$773
cerebus 1977 comic books
  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Cerebus (1977) comic booksCerebus (1977) Issue #1COUNTERFEIT#1COUNTERFEITJan 1978 $425.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($12.75) will be charged at checkout. Label #0956883012 $104.00Signed on splash page by Cerebus creator Dave Sim as "Frank Frazetta (counterfeit signature) 3/22/92."  1) Original: The inside cover is not glossy like the outside cover. Counterfeit: Both sides of cover are glossy. 2) Original: The area directly to the right of the white spot on the barbarian's chest (the lighter shaded figure at the bottom of the cover) has only a red dot pattern and black shading. Counterfeit: The area to the right of the white spot has the dot pattern, but you will also see some solid red coloring around the black shading. 4) In the counterfeit, cover inks are slightly washed out, especially noticeable in the solid black fill areas. Cover price $1.00. 2nd printing Cover price $1.25. Captive in Boreala. Cerebus aardvark qualities come in handy when he confronts a band of marauders and enters a demons lair; he discovers the truth about the fabled Eye of Terim. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim. Black and white; 24 pages. Cover price $1.00. Cover price $1.00. First appearance Red Sophia. Cover art by Dave Sim. An announcement by Deni Loubert, who signed herself as Publisher, that she and Dave Sim were engaged to be married. Song of Red Sophia, script and art by Dave Sim; Cerebus meets Red Sophia. Unused draft cover of Cerebus 4 by Sim. Ad for back issues of Cerebus 1, 2, and signed Aardvark Berserk poster. 28 pgs. $1.00. Cover pThe Idol. A cursed gem puts Death itself on Cerebuss tail, and soon, even worse than that: Elrod, the recurring Elric spoof who talks like Foghorn Leghorn. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim. Black and white; 24 pages. Cover price $1.00. The Idol. Cerebus encounters Robert E. Howard spoof Bran Mac Muffin and his people the Pigts, who worship a very familiar-looking idol. Story, art and cover by Dave Sim. Black and white; 24 pages. Cover price $1.00.  $57.00First appearance of Jaka in "The Secret". Dave Sim story and art. "Aardvarkian Age" map by Michael Loubert. Cover price $1.00. Dec 1978 $115.70This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($3.47) will be charged at checkout. Cerebus (1977) comic books10 CGCCerebus (1977)2nd printing Cover price $1.25. Apr 1978Aug 1978 Issue #6REP#6REPDec 1977Cerebus (1977)Feb 1978 $150.00 Issue #3REP#3REPAardvark-Vanaheim
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cookie 1946 comic books
$98
cookie 1946 comic books
Published Apr 1946 by Michel Publishing. Art by Dan Gordon and Lynn Karp. Cover by Dan Gordon. Teen comedy featuring Cookie and his pals, created by legendary animator Dan Gordon. Pretty girl Angelpuss introduces the guys to her Cousin Aggie, who looks like Lil Ethel; Vain Zoot thinks the girls are talking about him again; Jitterbuck takes in a stray dogCookie; Angelpuss; Binky; Candidate Cookie; Zoot: A Case of Mistaken Nonentity; Jitterbuck; Skin-ny. Published 1946 by Michel Publishing. Stories by Dan Gordon and Gil Turner. Art by Dan Gordon, Gil Turner and A.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Cookie (1946) comic booksCookie (1946)Jul 1947Untitled story, art by Bob Wickersham; Cookie and Jitterbuck try to keep Angelpuss out of Sniffysnoot School. Mr. Frobisher's Turbo Jalopy starring Cookie, script and art by Dan Gordon. Jive Talk starring Cindy, art by Bob Wickersham. Judging the Slick Chicks starring Pickles, art by Al Hartley. Baby Mix-Up starring Cindy, art by Bob Wickersham. 52 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $Jan 1949Cookie (1946) comic booksApr 1946Cookie (1946)Dec 1947May 1948Jul 1948Sep 1948Nov 1949Cookie (1946) $95.00Cookie (1946) $10.50Cookie (1946) Issue #20Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946) $7.10Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946) Issue #19Cookie (1946) Issue #18Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946) Issue #17Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946)Cookie (1946) Issue #16Cookie (1946) Issue #15FR 1.0  Issue #14 Issue #13 Issue #12 Issue #11 Issue #10 Issue #9GD- 1.8 GD- 1.8  Issue #8 Issue #7 Issue #6 Issue #5 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1 ends Monday August 6!Michel PublishingArt by Dan Gordon and Lynn Karp. Cover by Dan Gordon. Teen comedy featuring Cookie and his pals, created by legendary animator Dan Gordon. Pretty girl Angelpuss introduces the guys to her Cousin Aggie, who looks like Lil Ethel; Vain Zoot thinks the girls are talking about him again; Jitterbuck takes in a stray dog thats nothing but trouble. Cookie; Angelpuss; Binky; CandidaStories by Dan Gordon and Gil Turner. Art by Dan Gordon and Gil Turner. Cover by Dan Gordon. Teen hijinks featuring Cookie and his pals, created by legendary animator Dan Gordon. Cookie mixes up his gift for Angelpuss with the gift for his mom; Jitterbuck tries to get to school on time; Cookie dons disguises to help the F.B.I. catch a crook. Cookie; Jitterbuck; Trudy; Good 
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femforce 1985 comic books
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femforce 1985 comic books
Cover pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black. First color appearance of the Femforce team in Trek For the Time Twister, script by Bill Black, pencils by Mark Heike, inks by Bill Black; introduces Ms. Weekly Auction ends Monday November 4!  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Femforce (1985) comic booksFemforce (1985) $6.20 $5.70FN- 5.5 Feb 1987May 1987Jul 1987Aug 1987Jan 1988Mar 1988May 1988 Issue #13Femforce (1985) comic books $7.60 $5.20Femforce (1985)May 1988 ends Monday November 4!Femforce (1985) Issue #9 Issue #10 Issue #11 Issue #12 $3.60 $4.80Femforce (1985) Issue #7 Issue #8FN+ 6.5  $3.60 Issue #4Femforce (1985) Issue #6 $4.80 Issue #1 Issue #2 Issue #3 $3.60 Issue #5Femforce (1985) $4.80VF 8.0 FN 6.0  $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60Femforce (1985) $3.60 $2.40 $3.60 $3.60 $3.60 $3.60 $3.60 $3.60Avengers-70sBatman 1Batman 2Conan 1Conan 2X-Men 1X-Men 2Preorders: 35% Off2 months3 months6 months1 year2 yearsPre 1980Pre 1970Pre 1960Pre 1950Pre 19402000-20191990s1980s1970s1960s1950s1940s1996-20001991-19951986-19901981-19851976-19801971-19751966-19701961-19651956-19601951-19551946-19501940-1945$0.000 itemsIssue:Americomics (AC)Cover art by Mark Heike. The Good, the Bad, and the Paranormal, script by Rik Levins and Bill Black, pencils by Rik Levins, Don Seacrease, Tom Grindberg, Howard Bender, Steve Vance, Dan Panosian, and Paul Daly, inks by Bill Black, Bill Anderson, Dan Davis, and Mark Heike; Ms. Victory, She-cat, Nightveil and Stardust are sent back into time to the days of the Old West. ContiCover pencils by Nick Northey, inks by Bill Black. The Thing From the Fog, script and art by Bill Black; The alien egg left behind by the mysterious visitor last issue becomes a money-making scheme for Stella Stargaze; and when the pilfered piece hatches and grows into a hideous thing, not even her Hypnotic Eye can help her. Monsters starring Nightveil, script by Wes CovingPreviousAmericomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Americomics (AC)Very Good MycomicshopCreate an accountLog inPick Theme[Minimize Header]Christmas: Chip & DaleChristmas: FrostyChristmas: SantaChristmas: RudolphChristmas: W. Woodpecker
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preacher 1995 comic books
$100
preacher 1995 comic books
Network timeout on resource. Network timeout on resource. Network timeout on resource. Network timeout on resource.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Preacher (1995) comic books64 CGC4 CBCSPreacher (1995) $374.99Label #1201040006This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($11.52) will be charged at checkout. Label #1265799011This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($11.97) will be charged at checkout. Label #1494035016This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($12.00) will be charged at checkout. Label #0962659001 $420.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($12.60) will be charged at checkout. Label #0157376010 $510.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($15.30) will be charged at checkout. Label #1250144003Label #1301810029Signed by Garth Ennis on 04/24/2016. Label #1274543011 $739.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($22.17) will be charged at checkout. Label #855-AA-003 $750.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($22.50) will be charged at checkout. Label #0305497001 13 bids Current bid: $105.00 Time left: 18h 41m Label #1207134009 $235.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($7.05) will be charged at checkout. Label #0148257004 $242.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($7.26) will be charged at checkout. Label #1350184022 $247.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($7.41) will be charged at checkout. Label #1350306026Label #0276364018 $597.04This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($17.91) will be charged at checkout. Label #1274542001Label #0294445006 $201.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($6.03) will be charged at checkout. Label #1205074013 $209.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($6.27) will be charged at checkout. Label #1205677004 $224.68This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($6.74) will be charged at checkout. Preacher (1995) comic books $384.00 $399.00 $510.00This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($15.30) will be charged at checkout.  $599.99This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($18.00) will be charged at checkout. Signed by Garth Ennis on 04/24/2016.  $400.00Auction Item: CGC 9.6This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($5.70) will be charged at checkout. This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($11.25) will be charged at checkout.  $375.00 $190.004 AuctionsCBCS 9.8 
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alf 1988 comic books
$7
alf 1988 comic books
Published Mar 1988 by Marvel. Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  ALF (1988) comic booksALF (1988)Mar 1988May 1988Comic book version of the TV sitcom and cartoon that aired on NBC from 1986 to 1990 featuring an Alien Life Form (ALF) living with a family. What would life for ALF been like if he had crashed into the Ochmoneks' house instead of the Tanners? Everyone finds out in "The Boy Next Door." Then ALF explains to Brian the dangers of starting a new business in "Mind Your Own BusineNov 1988ALF (1988) comic booksALF (1988)Apr 1988Jun 1988Jul 1988Aug 1988Sep 1988Oct 1988Dec 1988Jan 1989Feb 1989Mar 1989Apr 1989May 1989ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988)ALF (1988) Issue #15ALF (1988)ALF (1988) Issue #14 Issue #13ALF (1988)ALF (1988) Issue #12 Issue #11 Issue #10 Issue #9 Issue #8 $4.00 $4.00 $4.00 Issue #7 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 Issue #6 Issue #5 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 $2.00 $2.00 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 Issue #1
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losers 2003 comic books
$2
losers 2003 comic books
Now the Losers are back, and out for payback against the organization that stabbed them in the back. WRITTEN BY ANDY DIGGLE; ART AND COVER BY JOCK In stores July 30. The edgy new series kicks off its first extended story arc with "Goliath" part 1 of 5. It's time to up the ante as the outlaw Special Forces unit known as The Losers turns its attention to the global oil conglomerate Goliath. The Losers plan to find out, and use the information to buy back their lives. WRITTEN BY ANDY DIGGLE; ART AND COVER BY JOCK I The red-hot new series continues with "Goliath" Part 2 of 5.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Losers (2003) comic books 2003Losers (2003)WRITTEN BY ANDY DIGGLE; ART AND COVER BY JOCK I The red-hot new series continues with "Goliath" Part 2 of 5. The Goliath heist is going well... maybe too well. Clay thinks his team is all on the same page, but when Aisha suddenly appears on the scene, suspicions are raised that she might not be what she appears. Can The Losers sort it out before it blows up in their faces? WRITTEN BY ANDY DIGGLE; ART AND COVER BY JOCK In stores October 22. They're trapped and outgunned on enemy ground, but the Losers still have one hell of an ace up their sleeve: the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in America's arsenal! But even that won't be enough to save them when they discover that Max, the man who had them "killed," may not be the CIA operative he appeaLosers (2003) comic books 2003Losers (2003)Losers (2003)Losers (2003)Losers (2003)Nov 2003Aug 2003Sep 2003Oct 2003Dec 2003 ends Monday January 14 to Wednesday January 16! Issue #5 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1Prime AuctionDC/VertigoDC/VertigoDC/VertigoDC/VertigoDC/Vertigo
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archie 1943 comic books
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archie 1943 comic books
Published Sep 1996 by Archie Publications. Cover by Stan Goldberg & Henry Scarpelli. Stories by Hal Smith, George Gladir, Mike Pellowski and Frank Doyle. Art by Stan Goldberg, Fernando Ruiz, Henry Scarpelli, Mike Esposito and Jon D'Agostino. Archie tries to prove to Mr.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Archie (1943) comic books27 CGC2 CBCS Issue #451Archie (1943) Issue #452 Issue #453 Issue #454 Issue #455 Issue #456 Issue #457 Issue #458 Issue #459 Issue #460 Issue #461 Issue #462Archie (1943) comic books3 AuctionsArchie (1943)Jul 1997Archie (1943)May 1997Nov 1996Archie (1943)Jan 1997Jun 1997Dec 1996Archie (1943)Feb 1997Mar 1997Apr 1997Archie (1943)Oct 1996Archie (1943)Aug 1997Archie (1943)Archie (1943)Archie (1943)Sep 1996Archie (1943)Archie (1943) $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40Cover by Stan Goldberg & Henry Scarpelli. Stories by Angelo Decesare, George Gladir and Hal Smith. Art by Stan Goldberg, Henry Scarpelli and Pat Kennedy. When Archie tries inline skating, it's more like 'in-traction' skating in "Cancel My Trip!" Plus, Reggie cons Archie into 'bird-sitting' while he 'babe-sits' Veronica in "Watch the Birdie"! Also: "Scentimental Journey"; "HIssue:PreviousGood Archie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsArchie PublicationsVery Good Very Good 
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annie 1982 comic books
$4
annie 1982 comic books
In this issue, Annie escapes from the Hudson Street Orphanage, run by the cruel and tyrannical Miss Hannigan, and explores New York City and adopts a dog that she names Sandy iIn this issue, now in the care and home of billionaire Oliver Warbucks, Annie is charming her way into everyone's hearts. But the cruel Miss Hannigan may cause problems in part two of this adaptation. Published Oct 1982 by Marvel. Published Nov 1982 by Marvel. In this issue, Annie escapes from the Hudson Street Orphanage, run by the cruel and tyrannical Miss Hannigan, and explores New York City and adopts a dog that she names Sandy i  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Annie (1982) comic booksAnnie (1982)Annie (1982) comic booksOct 1982Annie (1982)Nov 1982 $2.70 $3.60 $3.60FN- 5.5  $4.00 Issue #2 $3.00 $3.00 Issue #1Good Good Good 
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fantoman 1940 comic books
$67
fantoman 1940 comic books
Published Aug 1940 by Centaur Comics. Published Oct 1940 by Centaur Comics. Pieces torn from 1st, 26th, and last page. Affects art and story. Published Dec 1940 by Centaur Comics. 95) will be charged at checkout. Weekly Auction ends Monday November 4!  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Fantoman (1940) comic booksFantoman (1940)Aug 1940Oct 1940 $64.95INCOMPLETE. Pieces torn from 1st, 26th, and last page. Affects art and story. First wrap split. Dec 1940Fantoman (1940) comic booksFantoman (1940)Coverless 0.3 Fantoman (1940)2000-2020 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 ends Monday November 4! We’ve been selling comics since 1961 (our first sale: Fantastic Four #1 at $0.25, see ) and on the web since 1996. Copyright © 1996 - 2019 Lone Star Comics Inc.: Gold, Silver, Bronze, high-grade Modern. Cash advances up to $1M available. Avengers-70sBatman 1Batman 2Conan 1Conan 2X-Men 1X-Men 2Preorders: 35% Off2 months3 months6 months1 year2 yearsPre 1980Pre 1970Pre 1960Pre 1950Pre 19401990s1980s1970s1960s1950s1940s1996-20001991-19951986-19901981-19851976-19801971-19751966-19701961-19651956-19601951-19551946-19501940-1945$0.000 itemsCentaur ComicsCentaur ComicsCentaur ComicsCGC CensusCGC CensusCGC CensusContact UsView scan Join our  for news and sales. About Usone of our first adsRead a little about our history. Character images copyright © their respective owners. Privacy PolicyFacebookFollow us on Facebook Our customers have some nice things to say about us: All IssuesIn StockDisplayIssue listCover galleryMycomicshopCreate an accountLog inPick Theme[Minimize Header]Christmas: Chip & DaleChristmas: FrostyChristmas: SantaChristmas: RudolphChristmas: W. WoodpeckerAdam StrangeAnomalyBetty & VeronicaBlack PantherBlackhawkCaptain AtomCaptain MarvelCasperCerebusDaredevilDeadpoolDefendersDoctor DoomDoctor StrangeDonald DuckDragonball ZEC: Vault of HorrorEC: Weird ScienceThe FlashFull Metal AlchemistGalactusGhost RiderGI JoeGreen GoblinHawkmanHellblazerHellboyHouse of MysteryIncredible HulkInvincibleIron FistJimmy OlsenThe JokerJustice LeagueLuke CageLittle LuluLois LaneLooney TunesMagnetoMaster of Kung FuMoon KnightNick FuryOur Army at WarPhantomThe PunisherRawhide KidRed SonjaRobinROM, SpaceknightRomance ComicsScott PilgrimSgt. FurySilver SurferSpawnThe SpectreSubmarinerSuperboySupergirlSwamp ThingTales to Astonish
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archenemies 2006 comic books
$2
archenemies 2006 comic books
Published Apr 2006 by Dark Horse. Comic is autographed by writer Drew Melbourne and includes a Lone Star Comics Certificate of Authenticity. Ethan has no idea that Vincent, his roommate, is the villainous Underlord. Vincent has no clue that Ethan is the superhero called Star Fighter. NO, as Ethan and Vincent they STILL hate each other's guts. Can comics' ultimate, super-powered odd couple keep their secrets secret AND learn to live together in peace? In our debut issue, it's a battle of wills as Ethan and Vincent try to drive each other OUT of the apartment and OFF the lease.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Archenemies (2006) comic books 2006Archenemies (2006)Archenemies (2006) comic books 2006Archenemies (2006) $6.70Archenemies (2006)Archenemies (2006)Apr 2006May 2006Jun 2006Jul 2006FN 6.0  ends Monday August 6! Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1Comic is autographed by writer Drew Melbourne and includes a Lone Star Comics Certificate of Authenticity.
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animation magazine comic books
$9
animation magazine comic books
Animation Magazine (1985) Vol. Published Sep 1988 by Animation Magazine. Volume 2 - Issue 2, Fall 1988. In this issue; Disney's Oliver and Company, Land Before Time interview with Don Bluth, and Ralph Bakshi's Tattertown. 5", 48 pages, B&W. Published 1989 by Animation Magazine. Official Program for the Third Los Angeles International Animation Celebration. Art Babbitt, Don Bluth, Mal Blanc, Felix the Cat, and more. 116 pages on slick paper. Published 1990 by Animation Magazine. Published Oct 1991 by Animation Magazine. New fall TV season, SIGGRAPH '91 Conference, the Romer Grey Studio, news and reviews, and more.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Animation Magazine (1985) comic books Vol. 2 #2Animation Magazine (1985)Sep 1988Volume 2 - Issue 2, Fall 1988. In this issue; Disney's Oliver and Company, Land Before Time interview with Don Bluth, and Ralph Bakshi's Tattertown. 8" x 10.5", 48 pages, B&W. Cover price $3.50.  Vol. 2 #3Vol. 2 # 3. Official Program for the Third Los Angeles International Animation Celebration. Art Babbitt, Don Bluth, Mal Blanc, Felix the Cat, and more. 8-3/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; mostly black and white with some color; 116 pages on slick paper. Cover price $3.50.  Vol. 3 #4 Vol. 5 #1Vol. 5 # 1. New fall TV season, SIGGRAPH '91 Conference, the Romer Grey Studio, news and reviews, and more. 8-1/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; black and white; 36 pages. Cover price $3.50.  Vol. 5 #2Vol. 5 # 2. Darkwing Duck, Fourth Los Angeles International Animation Celebration, Disney's European base, news and reviews, and more. 8-1/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; black and white; 28 pages. Cover price $3.50.  Vol. 5 #3-4Vol. 5 # 3/4. Special double issue. 8-1/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; black and white/color. Cover price $4.95.  Vol. 6 #3Mar 1993Vol. 6 # 3. Spring 1993. Inspector Gadget, Russian animation, news and reviews, and more. 8-3/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; mostly black and white with some color; 68 pages. Cover price $4.95.  Vol. 6 #4Jun 1993 $6.70Vol. 6 # 4. Summer 1993; # 24. Edith Ann, post-production digital revolution, salute to voice-over directors, news and reviews, and more. 8-3/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; mostly black and white with some color; 60 pages. Cover price $4.95.  Vol. 7 #1Vol. 7 # 1. John Kricfalusi, fall TV round-up, Fox Children's Network, news and reviews, and more. 8-3/8 in. x 10-7/8 in.; mostly black and white with some color; 84 pages. Cover price $4.95.  Vol. 7 #4Apr 1994Animation Magazine
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bombast 1993 comic books
$2
bombast 1993 comic books
Published Apr 1993 by Topps. Art by "Darlin'" Dick Ayers & "Big John" Severin. Cover pencils by Jack "King" Kirby. Special Image Comics guest star, the Savage Dragon! An earthquake shakes Chicago, and the first of Secret City's superheroes awakens! He's the hot-tempered human catapult called Bombast. He can hurl objects at incredible speed and with uncanny accuracy. This modern world baffles him. And worse, he has lost the memory of his all-important mission to save modern mankind from the doom that destroyed his civilization 15,000 years ago!   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Bombast (1993) comic booksBombast (1993)Apr 1993Bombast (1993) comic books Issue #1Topps
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batch 1991 comic books
$3
batch 1991 comic books
Published 1991 by Caliber. Stories by Charles Marshall and Jim Palmer. Art by Greg Cravens and Jim Palmer. Cover by Greg Cravens. A collection of the newspaper strip of the same name. A young bachelor faces life in the single lane. Also featuring the adventures of Lord Lionel and Jim Palmers Lil E.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Batch (1991) comic books 1991Batch (1991)Stories by Charles Marshall and Jim Palmer. Art by Greg Cravens and Jim Palmer. Cover by Greg Cravens. A collection of the newspaper strip of the same name. A young bachelor faces life in the single lane. Also featuring the adventures of Lord Lionel and Jim Palmers Lil E. 48 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95. Batch (1991) comic books 1991 $2.10 $2.10 Issue #1Caliber
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egypt 1995 comic books
$2
egypt 1995 comic books
Published Aug 1995 by DC/Vertigo. Subjected to an ancient Egyptian ritual, a hopeless drifter awakens to a fantastic world where magic exists and gods walk the earth. Written by Peter Milligan, with art and cover by Glyn Dillon. Published Sep 1995 by DC/Vertigo. Vincent becomes embroiled in the activities of a peasant army and has his first horrifying encounter with the terrible Egyptian god Seth. Written by Peter Milligan, with art by Glyn Dillon and Phil Gascoine. Published Oct 1995 by DC/Vertigo.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Egypt (1995) comic booksEgypt (1995)Aug 1995Subjected to an ancient Egyptian ritual, a hopeless drifter awakens to a fantastic world where magic exists and gods walk the earth. Written by Peter Milligan, with art and cover by Glyn Dillon. Suggested for Mature Readers. Rebax Format. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50. Sep 1995Vincent becomes embroiled in the activities of a peasant army and has his first horrifying encounter with the terrible Egyptian god Seth. Written by Peter Milligan, with art by Glyn Dillon and Phil Gascoine. Cover by Dillon. Suggested for Mature Readers. Rebax Format. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50. In present-day New York, Vincent haunts those responsible for his predicament, while an explosive death awaits him back in Egypt. Written by Peter Milligan, with art by Roberto Corona and Phil Gascoine. Cover by Glyn Dillon. Suggested for Mature Readers. Rebax Format. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50. Reborn with a different body, Vincent must remember his true identity in time to confront the combined threat of Seth and the goddess Isis. Written by Peter Milligan, with art by Roberto Corona and Phil Gascoine. Cover by Glyn Dillon. Suggested for Mature Readers. Rebax Format. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50. Dangerously immersed in the political intrigues of Egypt, Vincent's latest incarnation battles the power of the Priests...and finds help and much more from an unexpected source. Written by Peter Milligan, with art by Roberto Corona and Phil Gascoine. Cover by Glyn Dillon. Suggested for Mature Readers. Rebax Format. Cover price $2.50. Cover price $2.50. 
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clock 1998 comic books
$2
clock 1998 comic books
  Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Clock (1998) comic booksClock (1998)By Paul Sharar. 32 Pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95. By Paul Sharar. 24 Pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95. Clock (1998) comic booksClock (1998)By Paul Sharar. 24 Pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95. Clock (1998) ends Monday September 3! Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1Top Shelf ProductionsTop Shelf ProductionsTop Shelf Productions
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agents 2003 comic books
$2
agents 2003 comic books
Published Apr 2003 by Image. 95 Ongoing monthly series In stores the week of April 30th. The Concept: From the ashes of nuclear devastation wrought on the cities of Washington and Moscow thirty years ago, a planet wide protectorate was formed in Britain called The As The Agency, they enforce their own brand of defensive guardianship through espionage and counteraction, although not all of the Earth is united in this New World Order as inThe Agency stand for. This Issue: Responsible for the destruction of the twin capital cities, the villainous Professor Daedalus has reappeared on the world stage.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Agents (2003) comic books 2003Agents (2003) $89.95This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.70) will be charged at checkout. Label #1497338001Agents (2003) comic books 2003Apr 2003Agents (2003)Jun 2003May 2003Agents (2003)Agents (2003)Jul 2003Aug 2003Agents (2003)Sep 20031 CGCAgents (2003)CGC 9.6  Issue #5 Issue #6 Issue #4 Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1Paper: White: New, unblemished
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armitage 1989 comic books
$3
armitage 1989 comic books
Published 1989 by Fleetway/Quality. Published 1989 by Fleetway/Quality.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Armitage (1989) comic booksArmitage (1989)Craig Russell art Cover price $2.95. Armitage (1989) comic booksArmitage (1989) ends Monday September 3! Issue #2 $1.80 $1.80 $1.80 Issue #1 $2.40 $2.40 $2.40Fleetway/QualityFleetway/Quality
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gorgo 1961 comic books
$13
gorgo 1961 comic books
Cover art by Dick Giordano. Monsters of the Past"; Facts about dinosaurs. Gorgo," art by Steve Ditko; A giant lizard-like creature is spewed from the bottomless depths by a volcanic eruption only to wreak havoc on the modern world. Captain Corey's Curiosity Corner activity 2-pager. Fear!", art by Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio; Professor Hemlin explains superstition. Full page backcover pinup of Gorgo smashing London Bridge. Published Aug 1961 by Charlton Comics Group. Cover glued to first wrap near spine. Cover art by Steve Ditko. Published May 1961 by Charlton Comics Group.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Gorgo (1961) comic booksGorgo (1961)FR/GD 1.5  $27.00Ditko cover Cover price $0.10. Jan 1962Apr 1962Jun 1962Aug 1962Oct 1962Dec 1962 $8.60Feb 1963Apr 1963Jun 1963Ditko art Cover price $0.12. Aug 1963Gorgo (1961) comic booksMay 1961Gorgo (1961)Aug 1961 $11.50Sep 1961Nov 1961FR/GD 1.5 Gorgo (1961) $8.80 $5.49 $10.50 $7.49 $13.00Gorgo (1961) $12.25 $8.80 Issue #13 Issue #14Gorgo (1961) $8.80 Issue #12Gorgo (1961) Issue #11 $14.00 $8.80Gorgo (1961) Issue #10VG- 3.5 GD- 1.8 Gorgo (1961) Issue #9Gorgo (1961)GD- 1.8 Gorgo (1961)Gorgo (1961) Issue #8Gorgo (1961) Issue #7Gorgo (1961)GD+ 2.5  Issue #6Gorgo (1961) Issue #5GD/VG 3.0 VG 4.0  Issue #4GD 2.0 GD 2.0  Issue #3 Issue #2 Issue #1Staple missing.Cover glued to first wrap near spine.Cover art by Steve Ditko. "The Return of Gorgo," script by Joe Gill, art by Steve Ditko; The dictator of a Latin American country forces a scientist to train Gorgo to obey his commands; The dictator uses Gorgo to conquer a neighboring country, but the scientist decides to use Kegor to become dictator himself. "Tall Tree" text story. "Men and Monsters," pencils by Bill MolnoGood Good Good Charlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics GroupCharlton Comics Group
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starlog 1977 comic books
$44
starlog 1977 comic books
Published Aug 1976 by Starlog. 05) will be charged at checkout.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Starlog (1976) comic booksStarlog (1976)Aug 1976William Shatner - Shakespeare to the stars; Leonard Nimoy - the man between the ears; complete Star Trek filmography - the titles, stories, stars, monsters, planets, air dates & more; Star Trek puzzles & word games; The Bionic Woman - creating a cyborg for the 70's; Space: 1999 - radical changes for the second season; King Kong - 2 new productions battle an old classic; Squ20th Anniversary Limited Edition Reprint. Starlog reprinted their first issue on high quality slick paper with a special chromium-metallic cover. It had a total print run of 10,000 and each issue has a unique limited edition number in the lower right corner of the cover.40 sci-fi movies made for TV; Star Trek conventions history, photo scrapbook; 75 years of movie & TV spaceships; Space: 1999 - 6 more episodes from year 2; The Six Million Dollar Man - progress report on the making of a legend. Cover by Jack Rickard (of MAD magazine fame). Cover price $1.50. Interview with Nick Tate of Space: 1999; The Outer Limits - behind the scenes story, episode guide; column by David Gerrold; interview with Richard Anderson (Oscar Goldman) of The Six Million Dollar Man & The Bionic Woman; Fredric Brown's 'Arena' Cover price $1.50. UFO episode guide - alien invasion returns to TV; Space: 1999 - year 2 final stories; Star Trek censored in Texas; 3-D spectacular - history & techniques, how to do-it-yourself, 3-D photos from Trek & 1999; spacescapes - color gallery of cosmic visions Cover price $1.50. Star Wars movie preview, plus looks at: Robby the Robot, Rocketship X-M, Air & Space Museum, Kelly Freas art, NASA space shuttle, David Gerrold, Star Trek. Star Wars cover. Cover price $1.50. Model Animation, Star Wars, Harlan Ellison interview Cover price $1.50. Starlog (1976) comic booksStarlog (1976)William Shatner - Shakespeare to the stars; Leonard Nimoy - the man between the ears; complete Star Trek filmography - the titles, stories, stars, monsters, planets, air dates & more; Star Trek puzzles & word games; The Bionic Woman - creating a cyborg for the 70's; Space: 1999 - radical changes for the second season; King Kong - 2 new productions battle an old classic; SquNov 1976 $44.00Starlog (1976)Jan 1977Mar 1977Apr 1977 $34.95Starlog (1976)Jun 1977 $32.00Starlog (1976)Aug 1977Starlog (1976)Sep 1977Oct 1977 $48.00Starlog (1976)Starlog (1976)
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finn 1992 comic books
$2
finn 1992 comic books
Published 1992 by Fleetway. Published 1992 by Fleetway.   Sales! : Dollar Bin Codeword:  Finn (1992) comic booksFinn (1992)Finn (1992) comic booksFinn (1992)Finn (1992)Finn (1992) Issue #4 Issue #1 Issue #3
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