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Johnny Hazard

By Robbins, Frank




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Johnny Hazard: When Time Stood Still Daily Strips Sept.24, 1951 to Sept. 20, 1952

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1986. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Death on Skis Daily Strips Sept. 20, 1952 to Sept. 12, 1953

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1986. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Dancing Devils Daily Strips Nov.12, 1948 to Nov.8, 1949

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: The Gold of Thal Sunday Strips 4/1953 to 4/7/54

Robbins, Harold

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1980. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Limited. Soft Cover. Very Good +. Illus. by Color Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Lampara Daily Strips Nov. 17, 1947 to Nov. 11, 1948

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Volume One: The Newspaper Dailies 1944-1946

Robbins, Frank

Hermes Press, 2011. Illustrated boards in similar unclipped dust jacket, protected by mylar cover. Oblong quarto. 239 pages, b/w strips. The first storyline in the feature finds Johnny escaping from a Japanese prisoner of war camp by stealing an enemy airplane. From there his adventures were packed with never-ending action.. 1st Edition 1st Printing.. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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Johnny Hazard: Side-Pocket Sam, Daily Strips June 1, 1945 to May 16, 1946

Robbins, Frank

Pacific Comics Club, 1981 Cover has edge wear, minor creases, minor scratches, small bent/rubbed cover/page corners, rubbed spine. No writing. Very good.. Soft cover. Very Good. Book.

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Johnny Hazard: War in the Orient, Daily Strips June 5, 1944 to May 31, 1945

Robbins, Frank

Pacific Comics Club, 1981 Cover has edge wear, minor creases, minor scratches, small bent/rubbed cover/page corners, rubbed spine. No writing. Very good.. Soft cover. Very Good. Book.

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Johnny Hazard: Side - Pocket Sam Daily Strips June 1, 1945 to May 16, 1946

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: War in the Orient Daily Strips June 5, 1944 to May 31, 1945

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Sadie the System Daily Strips Oct.23, 1950 to Srpt. 22, 1951

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: Ventro the Great Daily Strips Nov. 9, 1949 to Oct. 21, 1950

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard: The Flying Freight Mystery Daily Strips May 17, 1946 to Feb. 8, 1947

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. Frank Robbins (1917-1994) was a notable American comic book and comic strip artist and writer, as well as a prominent painter whose work appeared in museums including the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, where one of his paintings was featured in the 1955 Whitney Annual Exhibition of American Painting. As a writer\editor, Robbins was instrumental in returning The Batman to his gothic roots. His story "One Bullet Too Many" was the first story since the Golden Age in which Batman would work entirely alone in an urban setting. Besides Batman, Robbins' comic book work appeared in Captain America, Detective Comics, Fear, Ghost Rider, House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Human Fly, Invaders, Weird War Tales, and Power Man, as well as comic-book adaptations of Man from Atlantis and The Shadow. Robbins created the Johnny Hazard comic strip in 1944, and did the strip until it ended in 1977 A couple of minor creases on cover, otherwise in very nice condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Very Good +. Illus. by b/w Illustrations.

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Johnny Hazard - Danger A La Carte

Robbins, Frank

Long Beach, CA: Pacific Comics Club, 1981. 1st wraps. Paperback. Very Good/None. Frank Robbins . 48 pages. Black & white illustrations by Frank Robbins. Paperback. Record # 206215

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Johnny Hazard - Vol. 4 - Danger a La Carte

Robbins, Frank

King Features Syndicate, January 1984. Trade Trade. Very Good. Very Good- Softcover. Light soiling and shelfwear to covers. Light rubbing and a couple of tiny tears on spine ends. Textblock lightly soiled. Some pages have creasing. Pages clean and tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.

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Johnny Hazard : Volume Two : Side Pocket Sam

Frank Robbins

Ken Pierce, January 1984. Trade Trade. Very Good. Very Good+ Softcover. Little to no soiling and shelfwear to covers. Enclosed in plastic envelope. Pages clean and tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.

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Johnny Hazard No. 3 Quarterly Edition

Robbins, Frank

Toronto Canada: Dragon Lady Press, 1987 "Johnny Hazard from One Adventure to Another" (5/4/47-5/16/48). US Classics Series Vol. 3. Paperback. Near Fine. 8 1/2 x 11 ''.

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Johnny Hazard - Danger A La Carte

Robbins, Frank

Pacific Comics Club, 1981 Cover has small tear, edge wear, minor creases, minor scratches, minor scuffs, small bent/rubbed cover/page corners, rubbed spine. No writing. Very good.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

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Johnny Hazard - Vol. 3 - the Flying Freight Mystery

Robbins, Frank

U. S. Classics Series, January 0001. Trade Trade. Very Good. Very Good Softcover. Light soiling and shelfwear to covers. Light rubbing and tiny tear on spine. Light soiling on a coupe pages. Otherwise, pages clean and tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.

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