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July 1951 - August 1951



Frontline Combat #3.

Published on July 2, 1951. Edited by Harvey Kurtzman. The comic includes these stories: “Tin Can!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis; “Desert Fox!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Wallace Wood; “Prisoner of War!” by Harvey Kurtzman; and “How They Die!” by Harvey Kurtzman & John Severin, with Bill [Will] Elder. Cover illustration by Harvey Kurtzman. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Tiny Tot [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: November-December 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories, Vol. 11, No. 11 [#131].

Published on July 3, 1951. Edited by Alice Nielsen Cobb. The comic includes the Donald Duck story “Gladstone’s Luck,” by Carl Barks. Cover illustration by Carl Barks. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 52 pages. New York: Dell. Cover/indicia date: August 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Captain Marvel Adventures #124.

To read the issue online, click here.

Published by July 6, 1951. Edited by Wendell Crowley, Al Jetter, and Will Lieberson. The comic includes these stories: “The Unknown Danger,” by C. C. Beck & Otto Binder; and “The Discarded Instincts,” by C. C. Beck & Otto Binder, with Pete Costanza. Cover illustration by C. C. Beck. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett. Cover/indicia date: September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Tales from the Crypt #26.

Published on July 9, 1951. Edited by William M. Gaines. The comic includes these stories: “Drawn and Quartered!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Davis; “The Borrowed Body!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Howard Larsen; “Indian Burial Mound,” by Albert B. Feldstein & George Roussos; and “Political Pull!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Graham Ingels. Cover illustration by Wallace Wood. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: I. C. [E. C.] Cover/indicia date: October-November 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Dick Tracy Comics Monthly #43.

Published on July 10, 1951. Edited by Leon Harvey. The comic features material originally published in Chester Gould’s Dick Tracy daily newspaper strip. Cover illustration by Chester Gould. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Harvey. Cover/indicia date: September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Marge’s Little Lulu #38.

Published on July 10, 1951. Edited by Helen Meyer. The comic includes these stories: “Five Little Babies,” “Business Girl,” “The Door Game,” and “The Watchdog,” all by John Stanley & Irving Tripp. Cover illustration by John Stanley. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 52 pages. New York: Dell. Cover/indicia date: August 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Pogo Possum #6.

Published on July 10, 1951. Edited by Helen Meyer. The comic includes the stories “The Puzzle Master,” “The Howl and the Pussycat,” “How to Be Prepared (Delicious-Like),” and “The Spin of the Yarn,” all by Walt Kelly. Cover illustration by Walt Kelly. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Dell. Cover-indicia date: July-September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Weird Fantasy #9.

Published on July 11, 1951. Edited by Albert B. Feldstein. The comic includes these stories: “Spawn of Mars,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Wallace Wood, with William M. Gaines; “The Duplicates,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Kamen; “The Connection,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Max Elkin; and “A Mistake in Multiplication,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Joe Orlando. Cover illustration by Albert B. Feldstein. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: I. C. [E. C.] Cover/indicia date: September-October 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Al Capp’s Li’l Abner #84.

Published on July 12, 1951. The comic features material originally published in Al Capp’s Li’l Abner daily newspaper strip. Cover illustration by Al Capp. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Toby. Cover/indicia date: September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Walt Disney’s Donald Duck: The Crocodile Collector.

Published on July 17, 1951. Edited by Alice Nielsen Cobb. The comic includes the story “The Crocodile Collector,” by Carl Barks. Cover illustration by Carl Barks. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 52 pages. New York: Dell. Cover/indicia date: 1951. Cover price: 10¢.

Note

Also known as Four Color #348.



The Vault of Horror #21.

Published on July 19, 1951. Edited by Albert B. Feldstein. The comic includes these stories: “One Last Fling!” by Johnny Craig; “That’s a ‘Croc’!” illustrated by Howard Larsen; “Child’s Play,” illustrated by Jack Kamen; and “Trapped!” illustrated by Jack Davis. Cover illustration by Johnny Craig. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: L. L. [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: October-November 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Two-Fisted Tales #24.

Published on July 26, 1951. Edited by Harvey Kurtzman. The comic includes these stories: “Hill 203!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis; “Bug Out!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Wallace Wood; “Rubble!” by Harvey Kurtzman; and “Weak Link!” by Harvey Kurtzman & John Severin, with Will Elder. Cover illustration by Harvey Kurtzman. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Fables [E. C.] Cover/indicia date: November-December 1951.



Captain Marvel Adventures #125.

To read the issue online, click here.

Published by August 3, 1951. Edited by Wendell Crowley, Al Jetter, and Will Lieberson. The comic includes these stories: “The Dilemma of the Double Identity” and “The Mechanical Man Mystery,” both by C. C. Beck & Otto Binder; and “The Return of the Ancient Villain,” by C. C. Beck & Otto Binder, with Pete Costanza. Cover illustration by C. C. Beck. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett. Cover/indicia date: October 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



The Haunt of Fear #9.

Published on August 3, 1951. Edited by Albert B. Feldstein. The comic includes these stories: “Warts So Horrible?” by Albert B. Feldstein & Graham Ingels; “Forbidden Fruit,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Joe Orlando; “The Age-Old Story!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Kamen; and “Gorilla’s Paw!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Davis. Cover illustration by Albert B. Feldstein. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages.New York: Fables [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: September-October 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories, Vol. 11, No. 12 [#132].

Published on August 7, 1951. Edited by Alice Nielsen Cobb. The comic includes the Donald Duck story “Ten-Star Generals,” by Carl Barks. Cover illustration by Carl Barks. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Dell. Cover/indicia date: September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Weird Science #10.

Published on August 7, 1951. Edited by William M. Gaines. The comic includes these stories: “The Maidens Cried,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Wallace Wood, with William M. Gaines; “Reducing… Costs,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Kamen; “Transformation Completed,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Wallace Wood, with William M. Gaines; and “The Planetoid,” by Albert B. Feldstein & Joe Orlando. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. Cover illustration by Wallace Wood. New York: Fables [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: November-December 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Dick Tracy Comics Monthly #44.

Published on August 10, 1951. Edited by Leon Harvey. The comic features material originally published in Chester Gould’s Dick Tracy daily newspaper strip. Cover illustration by Chester Gould. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Harvey. Cover/indicia date: October 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Marge’s Little Lulu #39.

Published on August 14, 1951. Edited by Helen Meyer. The comic includes these stories: “The Dance,” “The Case of the Green Hanky,” “Hi, Tub! Shhhh!” “The Mouse, “That Awful Witch Hazel,” and “Election Day,” all by John Stanley & Irving Tripp. Cover illustration by Irving Tripp. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 52 pages. New York: Dell. Cover/indicia date: September 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Crime SuspenStories #8.

Published on August 22, 1951. Edited by Albert B. Feldstein. The comic includes these stories: “Out of the Frying Pan…” by Johnny Craig; “A Trace of Murder!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Jack Kamen; “The Escaped Maniac!” by Albert B. Feldstein & George Roussos; and “Partnership Dissolved!” by Albert B. Feldstein & Graham Ingels. Cover illustration by Johnny Craig. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: L. L. [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: December 1952-January 1953. Cover price: 10¢.



Romantic Marriage #6.

Published on August 27, 1951. The comic includes the story “Green Eyes of Jealousy,” illustrated by Alex Toth. The cover photographer and actors are unknown. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 52 pages. Chicago: Ziff-Davis. Cover/indicia date: October 1951. Cover price: 10¢.



Frontline Combat #4.

Published on August 30, 1951. Edited by Harvey Kurtzman. The comic includes these stories: “Combat Medic!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis; “Light Brigade!” by Harvey Kurtzman & Wallace Wood; “Air Burst!” by Harvey Kurtzman; and “Bomb Run!” by Harvey Kurtzman & John Severin, with Bill [Will] Elder. Cover illustration by Harvey Kurtzman. Standard-format comic book. Color interiors. 36 pages. New York: Tiny Tot [E. C.]. Cover/indicia date: January-February 1952. Cover price: 10¢.


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