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First story is a nice ghost story. Rest is the usual crap from Star Publications.
Sorry, I meant: Reprints and art which got rejected at pre school.
10-April-2014 2:10 am
Thanks for these scans. I do not think I have ever seen a more text-heavy comic; really fascinating stuff.
10-April-2014 9:14 am
Yeah, and that as well. :-)
12-April-2014 7:12 am
Certainly there are issues with the text-heavy scripts resulting in large balloons of dialog. But it looks like story two (Monarch of Murder) may be an early Rudy Palais illustrated piece, notable for its energy, even while hampered by the verbose script. Many of these marginal comics had their ups and downs. I wouldn't write this off entirely.
Issue: #8 Published: February 1954, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: L. B. Cole
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
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The Phantom Brigade
Pencils: L. B. Cole (signed) | Inks: L. B. Cole | Colours: L. B. Cole
General Chavez of the French Foreign Legion is cursed by Arabs because he fell in love with a native woman. A monstrous sandstorm keeps attacking him and transforms him into a member of the damned phantom brigade.