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Guest
Comment on Политикин Забавник [Politikin Zabavnik] (Politika, 1952 series) #1254
That's story The Indian Agent.
Saturday, 13 February 2021 10:30 PM
Guest
Comment on Политикин Забавник [Politikin Zabavnik] (Politika, 1952 series) #900
That's story Odio a muerte.
Saturday, 13 February 2021 10:19 PM
Guest
Comment on Политикин Забавник [Politikin Zabavnik] (Politika, 1952 series) #1019
Zlato u planini isn't Gringo.
Saturday, 13 February 2021 10:06 PM
James
Response: Comment on Tom Hubble
Will be fixed in the next upload, thanks.
Tuesday, 9 February 2021 8:02 PM
Guest
Comment on Tom Hubble
Tom wasn’t Julian Ashtons grandson , he went to the art School he was Charlton Ashton Hubble’s half brother , Charlton was Julians Grand son the son of Bertha Ashton
Monday, 8 February 2021 7:59 PM
Guest
Comment on Southdown
how do i obtain a copy of hurricane hawk comic number #85
Sunday, 31 January 2021 4:42 PM
Nick1117
Comment on Nick Pascale
This is me: Born: July 26, 1949. CORRECTION: Superboy #193 - designed DUO DAMSEL costume
Tuesday, 26 January 2021 3:18 AM
Guest
Comment on Boyfriend (City Magazines, 1959 series) #181
I would really like to see this one please anyone .
Monday, 25 January 2021 7:08 PM
GeekBroll
Comment on Tom and Jerry Present the Two Mouseketeers (Rosnock, 1955 series) #22
I have this specific issue with the hole in the "Parents Approved" box. 1 - Poosycat - 1 page 2 - The Two Mouseketeers - Battle For The Crown - 10 pages 3 - The Two Mouseketeers - Click! Clack! Click! - 1 page 4 - The Two...
Sunday, 24 January 2021 11:01 PM
GeekBroll
Comment on Paul Terry Presents Merry Mouse (Magman, 1955 series) #4
I bought the specific comic pictured as it has the exact same holes and the name written in ink at the top. 1 - Little Roquefort - Bouquet - 1 page 2 - Little Roquefort - Catch As Catch Can - 9 pages 3 - Gandy Goose -...
Sunday, 24 January 2021 10:33 PM
Guest
Comment on Super Heroines (Murray, 1982?)
what its worth
Thursday, 21 January 2021 9:30 AM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #527
Thanks to Monash University Rare Books Collection. I have just found out the name of issue 527. It's called COW THIEF by the American writer Willaim Colt MacDonald costing 2/- and having 127 pages approx. of storyline.
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 5:32 PM
Guest
Comment on Richie Rich (Harvey, 1960 series) #15
I think I may never find this issue for sale .... Wa!
Wednesday, 6 January 2021 6:32 AM
Guest
Comment on The Wide World Magazine (George Newnes, 1898 series) v133#794
Appreciate table of contents on this "wide world" magazine v133 #794. Thank-you.
Tuesday, 5 January 2021 5:36 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #566
The prolific writer ROBERT DUDGEON aka Frank S. Greenop, wrote #566 Night Cry, a mystery thriller in 1955 with 111 pages of storyline.
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:53 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #565
THE DEFAULTER #565, a western, was written by Kirk Hamilton with 114 pages of storyline and was published by Cleveland in 1955.
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:49 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #564
Scott McLure wrote #564 THE MAVERICK having 112 pages of storyline and was published in 1955.
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:45 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #563
#563 is a western called BOTH SIDES OF THE LAW by Bertand W. Sinclair, published in 1955 with 111 pages of storyline.
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:41 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #561
The Black Hour, #561 was another mystery crime book by Robert Dudgeon having 112 pages of storyline and was published in 1955.
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:38 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #562
Thanks to a friend of mine in South Australia I have just found out the title of issue #562. It's called VULTURES OF VACAVILLE by W.C.Tutttle
Monday, 4 January 2021 5:36 PM
James
Response: Comment on What's Up Doc? (Egmont, 1994 series) 1994
Don't know much about this series -- but I suspect it sold in low volumes originally so could be rare, but probably very little collector interest.
Tuesday, 29 December 2020 9:08 PM
Guest
Comment on What's Up Doc? (Egmont, 1994 series) 1994
Hi I have recently found a copy of What's up doc from 1994. I saw you have a copy of issue 3, but can't find much info on my copy. Were this comics popular, do people collect them? Thanks for any info. John
Sunday, 27 December 2020 6:07 PM
Guest
Comment on The Amazing Spider-Man (Newton, 1974 series) #17
https://notesfromthejunkyard.blogspot.com/2019/01/the-amazing-spider-man-17-newton-edition.html
Friday, 18 December 2020 9:27 AM
Guest
Comment on Spider-Man the Invincible (Yaffa/Page, 1979)
This issue was not published in 1979. It was likely published early/mid-1982, possibly later. Cheers, Spiros.
Wednesday, 16 December 2020 7:29 AM
Guest
Comment on Tim Valour (Action Comics, 1956 series) #23
Amazing!
Monday, 14 December 2020 7:44 AM
Theodore
Comment on M. Fallon
Under the pen name of Lee Mallory, Fallon wrote over 20 westerns for Cleveland. Some of the early titles include: #739 South of Dodge (Winchester Western), #230 Valley of Shadows (High Brand Western) as well as #182 Rope Justice (Peacermaker Western).
Sunday, 13 December 2020 10:25 PM
Theodore
Comment on High Brand Western (Cleveland, 195-? series) #230
This Lee Mallory western #230, was printed ca 1960-65, had 97 pages of storyline and cost 2/- at newsagents.
Sunday, 13 December 2020 9:48 PM
Theodore
Comment on High Brand Western (Cleveland, 195-? series) #209
BOUNTY HUNTER #209 by Hart E. Martin cost 2/- had 112 pages of storyline and was printed ca 1959, keeping in mind that Cleveland only started producing their westerns from 1953 and more importantly the 2/- westerns appeared in the mid 1950's.
Sunday, 13 December 2020 9:41 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #554
#554, STAIRWAY TO DEATH, a mystery novel, was written by Bruno Fischer in 1955 and had around 112 pages of storyline.
Friday, 11 December 2020 11:02 AM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #553
Robert Dudgeon, aka Frank S. Greenop wrote the mystery novel Murder Hunt in 1955 having 112 pages of storyline and costing 2/-.
Friday, 11 December 2020 10:58 AM
Guest
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #552
Texas Manhunt, #552 was written by Jackson Cole in 1955 having 111 pages of storyline. Cole wrote many of the early Cleveland series including #511 TEXAS FURY and #512 TRIGGER LAW.
Friday, 11 December 2020 10:50 AM
Guest
Comment on Cleveland [numbered series] (Cleveland, 1954 series) #551
#551 Brother Colt a western, was written by Scott McLure in 1955 and had 112 pages of storyline. McLure wrote the first western in the Cleveland series, #502, Devil Rides Herd.
Friday, 11 December 2020 10:45 AM
Guest
Comment on Big Horn Western (Cleveland, 195-? series)
BIG HORN WESTERNs were published by Cleveland ca 1960 with the first issue 300, entitled GUN BRAND by Kirk Hamilton. They continued to be published till the 1980's. The last edition according to the NLA in Canberra was #448. Issue 445 is called ONLY ONE WALKED AWAY by Emerson Dodge.
Monday, 7 December 2020 10:43 PM
Guest
Comment on Invincible Westerns (Invincible, 1948 series) #214
Just a slight change to the title James. Make it TRIGGER TOUGHS without the Troughs.
Friday, 4 December 2020 5:25 PM
Guest
Comment on Johnny Galaxy and the Space Patrol
Hi, spanish Tebeosfera (great comic site) asked Josep Beà ("the accent in catalan language is the other way) how many did he draw and he didn't remember. But the 20 published in spanish "Fulgor" plus some more published in "5 por infinito" (Chile) could make a total of maybe 30...
Sunday, 29 November 2020 4:24 AM
James
Response: Comment on Space Ace Guardian of the Universe (Atlas Publishing, 1960 series)
I haven't updated it for a long time, but I started a tracking list here: https://ausreprints.net/tracking/list/3095. Let me know if you have any additions.
Friday, 27 November 2020 11:42 AM
Àlex Peña Ströhlein
Comment on Space Ace Guardian of the Universe (Atlas Publishing, 1960 series)
Hi, the author was Blay Navarro and the artist Josep Maria Beà, from Spain (Beà from Barcelona, Catalonia). There were 20 short stories published in the spanish comic magazine Fulgor and at least 12 more published in the Chilean comic magazine "5 por Infinito (later Infinito). Beà worked, as stated,...
Friday, 27 November 2020 3:07 AM
Guest
Comment on Marvel Tales (Yaffa/Page, 197-? series) #1
How much?
Sunday, 22 November 2020 11:43 AM
Guest
Comment on Wings of Destruction (NSW Bookstall, 1944?)
I think that this is might be a comic, possibly by Terry Powis, which tells the story of a young RAAF pilot who goes to England to fight the Nazis, then returns to Australia to fly with a secret RAAF squadron, equipped with a brand new (but fictional) jet bomber...
Monday, 16 November 2020 12:17 PM
Guest
Comment on Twice Approved
I worked for Eric Porter in the 1950's at Artransa Studios and was animation director with him in the 1970's. As far as I know, he had nothing to do with the Little Trimmer and the offshoots.
Thursday, 12 November 2020 12:16 PM
Guest
Comment on Rowl Greenhalgh
I remember Rowl from the bungalows he let me park my ute in his carport for a stubby a day he painted a tiger for my daughter when you walk in the room the tigers eyes followed you and still do
Saturday, 7 November 2020 1:40 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland Classic Westerns (Cleveland, 1970? series) #285
Brett Waring also used other lesser known aliases including, Johnny Colt and Tyler Hatch. Down on his Luck with approximately 96 pages of storyline, was published ca August 2012. An earlier version was published by Cleveland ca 1972.
Thursday, 5 November 2020 9:14 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland Classic Westerns (Cleveland, 1970? series) #283
Big Iron #291 by Lee Holden, was published in 2012 ca September. Another frequent alias used by Holden was Lee Chandler. This Classic Western with 97 pages was earlier printed as a Cleveland Western ca 1973.
Thursday, 5 November 2020 8:23 PM
Theodore
Comment on Cleveland Classic Westerns (Cleveland, 1970? series) #291
Hi James, this issue is listed as #291 but should be moved back to #283. Cheers from Theo
Thursday, 5 November 2020 8:12 PM
Theodore
Comment on Short Story Magazine (Invincible, 1944 series) #6
Hi James, I would like to change "red cover" to reddish as there could be slight difference in covers. Thanks from Theo.
Thursday, 5 November 2020 2:27 PM
Theodore
Comment on Short Story Magazine (Invincible, 1944 series) #4
Just a small tweak here James. The indicia comment should read "Truth" and "Sportsman". Best wishes Theodore.
Thursday, 5 November 2020 2:21 PM
Theodore
Comment on Short Story Magazine (Invincible, 1944 series) #3
Hi James, the first comment should be put in the next issue #4. Cheers from Theo
Thursday, 5 November 2020 2:19 PM
Theodore
Comment on Invincible Westerns (Invincible, 1948 series) #67
The Midnight Rider #67 by Peter Maclpine, was written in 1950 ca August/ September having 48 pages of storyline and costing 6d at news agents. He also wrote several other Invincible Westerns, including #76 Indian's Treasure and #101 Death Goes A-Riding.
Thursday, 5 November 2020 2:07 PM
Theodore
Comment on Invincible Westerns (Invincible, 1948 series) #41
Apart from Gun-Shy Sheriff, A.G.Yates wrote several other Invincible westerns including #38 Rawhide Noose and several of the Santa Fe series such as #50 Santa Fe Agent and #74 Santa Fe Vacation. He is probably more reknowned for his mystery novels using the alias of Carter Brown. Yates formerly came...
Thursday, 5 November 2020 1:52 PM
Theodore
Comment on Invincible Westerns (Invincible, 1948 series) #35
Trailing Trouble #35 became the first Invincible Western to have the issue number printed on the the actual front cover. It follows over a year of publications and by 1949 Invincible Press seemed confident enough that their comic style westerns would last a few more years. This theory proved correct...
Thursday, 5 November 2020 12:27 PM