Tag four color comics

Covered 365: Day 214

Famous Funnies #214, Eastern Color, November 1954. Artist: Frank Frazetta. Day 214 had some great choices. Blowing the wad early, I’ve given myself one more Frazetta and Famous Funnies #214 has the strongest cover of the three remaining Frazetta issues.…

Covered 365: Day 204

Four Color #204, Eastern Color, December 1948. Artist: Paul Norris. Blame that gorgeous blue fade. Before anyone gives me any flack have a look at the covers below and tell me you wouldn’t want the Four Color #204 at the…

Covered 365: Day 181

Incredible Hulk #181, Marvel Comics, November 1974. Artist: Herb Trimpe with John Romita getting credit for some alterations. I had to do it guys, I had to go with Hulk #181. It’s nice when a mega key like this can…

Covered 365: Day 173

Four Color #173, Eastern Color, November 1947, Artist: Paul Norris. Yeah I thought Day 173 a bid light but there were a few highlights including Four Color #173, Hamilton homeboy Walt really digs her Ti-Cat top. I like the look of…

Undervalued Spotlight #446

Four Color Comics #46, Eastern Color, June 1944. This week’s Undervalued Spotlight was again inspired by my current Covered, 365 project. It’s been an eye-opening experience and as the days roll by certain trains of thought take me away and…

Undervalued Spotlight #445

Famous Funnies #27, Four Color, October 1936. My pal Christian as been quite the source for solid Undervalued suggestions these past few months. His latest offering is a doozy and comes with a nice little story. Christian was rummaging around…

Covered 365: Day 118

Four Color Comics #118, Dell Comics, September 1942 – Artist: unknown. I’m cheating here and paying respects to the great Tomahawk covers we’ve seen the last couple of days. Though Tomahawk #118 is a great cover but it’s another angle…

Undervalued Spotlight #46

Four Color Comics was a Dell Comic anthology series that ran from 1939 top 1962. Often Dell introduced characters (original and licensed) in the Four Color run. If the character sold well Dell would launch a separate series devoted to the character. When we look at titles like Turok (original) and Bugs Bunny (licensed) we see that Dell published several issues within the Four Color run (actually more than...