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Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched, for .95, from AC Comics. VICTORY solo stories by three creative teams; The BLACK PHANTOM rides in “Hang ‘Em High”; plus individual adventures starring NIGHTVEIL, TARA and SHE-CAT!! V.) dispenses with the offbeat miniature menace in “The Taming Of The Shrew” Part II (concluding the story that started last issue), AC’s star-spangled star takes the spotlight in THREE separate solo stories that span the length and breadth of her crimefighting career: “The Fiendish Plot Of Dr.
Special Notes: None As the country celebrates Independence Day this July, Femforce #183 marks a special tribute to FF leader MS. Noah” ( started in Femforce #182) concludes in a barn-burner of a battle written and laid out by Bill Black with finished art by Dan Gorman and Jeff Austin, followed by “Bang For Your Buck” wherin MS.
Special Notes: None If you were looking for a company out of comic books’ Golden Age that regularly used the very BEST artists in the industry, it would’ve been the very aptly name Quality Comics, helmed by legendary publisher Everett “Bust” Arnold.
With this fact in evidence, it’s no wonder that the Quality Comics-themed issues we do of MOM invariably get the best response.
21 superb 1950’s comic book horror stories highlighting the “Unheralded Artists” of the Pre-Code era, including Bill Draut, Manny Stallman, Art Gates, Bob Mc Carty, Tony Di Preta, Dick Briefer, Richard Case, Bill Benulis, Jon Blummer, Edvard Moritz, John Giunta, Mac Pakula and Al Luster.
Stories originally published at Premiere, Standard/Nedor, Prize, Charlton, ACG and others, including “Out Of This World”, “Keeper Of The Castle”, “Sinister Santa Claus”, “Frankenstein’s Creation”, “The Boy Who Was 2000 Years Old”, “The Flying Head”, “They Can’t Burn Blackie”, “Lottery”, “The Soul Of A Man”, “Mark Of The Monster”, “The Hands From Nowhere”, “Ghost Tiger”, “Find The Pin And Pick It Up”, “Five Found Death”, and “The White Bones”.
There’s SNIFFER and the DEADLY DOZEN (co-starring IRON JAW) as drawn by William Overgard from Boy Comics #87, SILVER STREAK ( can’t BELIEVE we’ve never reprinted a SS story before this- but we hadn’t) drawn by the great Jack Cole, from Silver Streak #5, AND the origin/first appearance of Ace Comics The FLAG, from Our Flag #2. Box 394 Plymouth, Florida 32768-0394 Phone Number:(407)767-0199 Email Address: [email protected]: Femforce Frequency: Quarterly Issue/Number 183 UPC Code: 799475804861-18311 Retail Price: .95 Format: Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched Dimensions: 10″ X 6.50″ Page Count: 80 pages Color: Black and White (with color covers) Intended Audience: All ages Genre: Action/adventure/superhero/glamor Country of Origin: USA Ship Date: July 28, 2018 Writers: Bill Black, Eric Lindberg, Andrew Hawnt, Stephanie Heike, Mark G. Artists: Javier Lugo, Jacob Bear, Silvano Beltramo, Paolo Bodini, Dan Gorman, Eric Van Elslande, Francesco Savi, David Matsuoka, Florentino Cuevas IV, Chris Dreier, and Jeff Austin .
We start with a prime example of the Quality work of Lou Fine in a breathtaking adventure of The RAY from Smash #19, followed by equally awesome art by Reed Crandall on a great DOLLMAN story originally seen in Feature Comics’ #59. Then NIGHTVEIL must venture into an eerie nether realm to stalemate an old enemy emboldended by her long absence from Earth in “Knightveil”, written by Mark Holmes, with art by Dave Matsuoka.
We’ve also thrown in a few “star players”in this collection as well, including George Tuska on “Throw Another Coal On The Fire”, Mike Sekowsky on “Blood On The Speedway”, Steve Ditko on “I Found The Mad Universe”, Frank Bolle on “When Mankind Vanished” and Bob Powell on “The Choirmaster” AND “End Of The Line”.
140 pages of classic vintage comic book horror, reproduced in black and white using state-of-the-art digital technology.
Written by Bill Black, with pencils by Bill and Chris(Ant-Man) Allen and inks by Mark Heike.
Finally, STARSDUST fights solo in “A Matter Of Matter”, written by Andrew Hawnt, with pencils by exciting newcomer Florentino Cuevas II and inks by Francesco Savi.