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Do you know more? Zip Comics

The usual references don't mention 'The Oil Seekers' by Tony Rafty, which seems to predate his 'first' comic for NSW Bookstall.

16 Jul 2018

Who is Hottie Lahm?

Most known for iconic dog Snifter during a long career at KG Murray, Lahm created Snowy McGann to fill the 1951 Ginger Meggs gap at The Sun.

14 Jul 2018

Censorship 2: Straight Arrow #17

Was a provocative pose during poker too much for Aus editors? Or were there late changes to the original art for ‘Uproar’ in the US?

11 Jul 2018

Censorship by colour: Battle! #24

This cover lacks intensity without Stan Goldberg's colours. With a dead soldier also deleted, it seems a deliberate censorship choice.

8 Jul 2018

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Guest Comment on Summer Comic Special (Trielle, 1995 series) #1
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Guest Comment on The Amazing Spider-Man (Federal, 1984 series) #9
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Guest Comment on The Amazing Spider-Man (Federal, 1984 series) #10
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Guest Comment on The Amazing Spider-Man (Federal, 1984 series) #5
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Guest Comment on The Incredible Hulk (Federal, 1984 series) #5
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'Irreverent Comments' Revisited US comics and pulp publications available in Australia before 1941

'Irreverent Comments' Revisited
In January 1941, E.J. Francis satirised Australia's ban on US publications in The Home magazine. The comments provide an interesting insight into some American comics and pulp publications that were probably available in Australian newsagents at the time. Read more