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Dick Tracy: The Blank-Part Two: 11/15/37 to 2/6/37

By Chester Gould

Pacific Comics Club, 2003. Dick Tracy is an American comic strip featuring Dick Tracy (originally Plainclothes Tracy), a tough and intelligent police detective created by Chester Gould. The strip made its debut on October 14, 1931, in the Detroit Mirror. It was distributed by the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate. Gould wrote and drew the strip until 1972. Since that time, various artists and writers have continued the strip, which still runs in newspapers today. Dick Tracy has also been the hero in a number of films, notably one in which Warren Beatty played the crime fighter in 1990.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Cartoons.

$39.95

Bob Star: La Canzone Del L'Assassino ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 10/22/36 -12/6/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1976. Text in Italian. Crease on back cover, otherwise in very nice condition. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Le Campane Del Terrore ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 1/26/36 - 6/7/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Vacanze A Sunnydale ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 9/8/36 - 10/21/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1976. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Jungle Jim Vol.6 Weekly 6 /15/1941 - 12/20/1942

By Raymond, Alex

Pacific Comics Club, 1976. Jungle Jim is an American newspaper comic strip first published January 7, 1934, by writer Don Moore and artist Alex Raymond, that starred the titular jungle adventurer. Unlike the protagonists of Tarzan, Ka-Zar, Kaanga, and comics series based on jungles themes, "Jungle Jim" Bradley was based in Southeastern Asia rather than Africa, and was a hunter rather than a wild man in a leotard. Other characters included the large, strong native Kolu (who served his white comrade Jim, similarly to Lothar in Mandrake the Magician) and Lille DeVrille, who appeared two years after the strip's debut. The comic's early years generally featured stories revolving around pirates, slave traders, and other common jungle antagonists. As World War II approached America in the 1940s, Jungle Jim, like many American comics, developed a wartime theme, with Jim now fighting the Japanese. During this time also, artist Raymond enlisted as a Marine. Successors included John Mayo (creator of Future Eye), Paul Norris (creator of DC Comics' Aquaman), and Don Moore. The strip ended in 1954. Oblong stapled softcover, 10" X 15", with 16 full color Sunday comics plus full color front and rear covers. One corner lightly bumped, otherwise in excellent condition.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Color Cartoons.

$29.95

Bob Star: Il Cranio D'argento ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 6/14/36 - 9/6/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: La Gang Dei Protettori ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 12/7/36 - 1/23/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1976. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: La Fine Di Jekyll ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 3/11/37 - 5/2/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1976. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Rockie Milano ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 8/2/37 - 11/7/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1974. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Il Mistero Di Via Pell ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 8/25/35 - 1/19/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Il Conte Rinaldi ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 6/29/36 - 9/7/36

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Il Codice Segreto ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 6/21/37 - 8/1/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by 055140.

$29.95

Bob Star: I Terribili ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 11/14/37 - 3/13/38

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1974. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: L'enigma Shelby ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips Februry 3, 1935 - April 21, 1935

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: Mister Satan ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 1/24/37 - 3/10/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1976. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: La Canzone Della Fiamma ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips 5/3/37 - 6/20/37

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Bob Star: L'assassino Misterioso ( Red Barry) Daily and Sunday Strips April 28 ,1935 - August 18, 1935

By Wiil Gould

Genoa, Italy: Club Anni Trenta, 1975. Text in Italian. Red was an undercover man for the cops. With only one man on the force, his old friend Inspector Scott, absolutely sure what side he was truly on, Red undertook the most dangerous possible missions — infiltrating the ranks of deadly gangsters while seldom able to count on the support of the police. At first Red worked alone, but he later picked up a kid named Ouchy Mugouchy. Eventually, Ouchy and a couple of friends, collectively known as The Terrific Three, became major stars.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Pogo, Vol 6
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Pogo, Vol 6

By Walt Kelly

Fantagraphics Books, 1997. Pogo is the title and central character of a long-running daily American comic strip, created by cartoonist Walt Kelly (1913–1973) and distributed by the Post-Hall Syndicate. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States, the strip often engaged in social and political satire through the adventures of its anthropomorphic funny animal characters. Pogo combined both sophisticated wit and slapstick physical comedy in a heady mix of allegory, Irish poetry, literary whimsy, puns and wordplay, lushly detailed artwork and broad burlesque humor. The strip's content was intended for both children and adults. The strip earned Kelly a Reuben Award in 1951.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Cartoons.

$24.95

Pogo Vol. 7
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Pogo Vol. 7

By Walt Kelly

Fantagraphics Books, 1997. Pogo is the title and central character of a long-running daily American comic strip, created by cartoonist Walt Kelly (1913–1973) and distributed by the Post-Hall Syndicate. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States, the strip often engaged in social and political satire through the adventures of its anthropomorphic funny animal characters. Pogo combined both sophisticated wit and slapstick physical comedy in a heady mix of allegory, Irish poetry, literary whimsy, puns and wordplay, lushly detailed artwork and broad burlesque humor. The strip's content was intended for both children and adults. The strip earned Kelly a Reuben Award in 1951.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Cartoons.

$24.95

Pogo, Vol 5
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Pogo, Vol 5

By Walt Kelly

Fantagraphics Books, 1996. Pogo is the title and central character of a long-running daily American comic strip, created by cartoonist Walt Kelly (1913–1973) and distributed by the Post-Hall Syndicate. Set in the Okefenokee Swamp of the southeastern United States, the strip often engaged in social and political satire through the adventures of its anthropomorphic funny animal characters. Pogo combined both sophisticated wit and slapstick physical comedy in a heady mix of allegory, Irish poetry, literary whimsy, puns and wordplay, lushly detailed artwork and broad burlesque humor. The strip's content was intended for both children and adults. The strip earned Kelly a Reuben Award in 1951.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Cartoons.

$24.95

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