Marvel Family #77 – Fawcett Publications, November 1952 – Artist: Pete Costanza. This has always...Read More
Tag: Captain Marvel
In the summer of that year Anglo-American put out Freelance Comics No. 1 (July/August) and then just after that Grand Slam Comics No. 1 (Sept./Oct.) and then Three Aces Comics No. 1 (Nov./Dec. 1941). This rounded off that first year for Anglo-American with all original Canadian material and characters such as Freelance, The Crusaders, Pat the Air Cadet, and Don Shield. At this point, however, Anglo-American decided to veer off this Canadian path and contract with Fawcett in the States, not to reprint their superhero stories, but to use their scripts for redraws. Of course, government acts prevented them from reprinting American comics outright (reprints weren’t really legalized until the war was over) in Canada, but not from drawing their own versions of the Fawcett scripted stories.Read More
Captain Marvel #34, Marvel Comics, September 1974 Another undervalued Captain Marvel? Are you crazy? My Undervalued #77 already featured the too cheap issue #50. This spotlight features the even more neglected Captain Marvel...Read More
Captain Marvel #50, Marvel Comics, May 1977 The Captain Marvel run is easy and fun to collect. Launched in the memorable month of May 1968, the same month that launched Iron Man #1 and Sub-Mariner #1. The series lasted 62 issues...Read More
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