Over at my place, BOOKSTEVE’S LIBRARY, we unearthed a 3 page 1950 bio-comic of Lucille Ball from National/DC, oddly enough published just BEFORE her biggest triumphs in I LOVE LUCY!
The world’s most famous Gauls, ASTERIX & OBELIX, demonstrate an old New Year’s custom in this colorful 1967 2 pager by the strip’s creators, Rene Goscinny and Albert Uderzo.
You all know we love Sheldon Mayer whose humor work at DC appeared for more than 40 years. Here, though, is a rare straight sci-fi tale from SM from an issue of UNEXPECTED in 1981.
In 1953, Atlas Comics (formerly Timely and later Marvel) attempted a too soon revival of their flagship characters, CAPTAIN AMERICA, THE HUMAN TORCH and THE SUB-MARINER. In 1969 they reprinted these post Golden but pre-Silver Age stories as seen here.