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From £2.95 Strange Adventures - Sci-Fi Comic Book Cover Sep 1952

From £2.95 Strange Adventures - Sci-Fi Comic Book Cover Sep 1952

AVENGERS 10 Silver Age classic with first Immortus appearance

Of course, some retro robots turn renegade

Robots

From Amazing Stories - Sci-Fi Comic Book Cover - Oct 1952

Comic Book Cover For This Magazine Is Haunted v2 #7

Comic Book Cover For This Magazine Is Haunted

Comic Book Cover For Amazing Stories v09 06 - Moon Pirates - Neil R. Jones

Comic Book Cover For Amazing Stories v09 06 - Moon Pirates - Neil R. Jones

The Addams Family comic, classic TV

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The Addams Family Comic book based on the Hanna Barbera cartoon version of the classic Addams Family TV show.

DC Comics - Mystery in Space, Knights of the Galaxy.

DC Comics - Mystery in Space, Knights of the Galaxy.

Cover Artist: CARMINE INFANTINO 1967 - Comic books, Super Heroes & More! - Community - Google+

Comic Books, Super Heroes & More!

Weird Science (Volume) - Comic Vine

Weird Science (Volume) - Comic Vine

Atom 19

Atom 19 Cover by Gil Kane (pencils) & Murphy Anderson (Inks)

Captain Carrot refuses to sell the Z-Building. Description from mycomicshop.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew Vol 1 4

Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew (Volume) - Comic Vine

Captain Aero Comics

Captain Aero Comics Art by LB Cole Comics and movies were and still are a great escape from WWII stress.

ACTION COMICS #334, 1966, VF/NM CONDITION, WINNIPEG COLLECTION

Action comics #334, 1966, vf/nm condition, winnipeg collection

Action Comics 334 March 1966 Issue DC Comics by ViewObscura

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Warlord - The Curse Of The Cobra Queen;

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galaxy science fiction | by pelz

Fun fact: one science fiction magazine had guidelines that said that they’d automatically reject any story that had Adam and Eve as arriving space explorers. It was too much of a cliche, even by the

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