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Joe Gill comic

The Fightin' 5

The Fightin' 5

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Genre: War

What is...the Face?

What is...the Face?

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Hot Wheels

Hot Wheels

DC's collective foot floored the pedal after acquiring the rights to publish a comic based on Mattel's enormously popular Hot Wheels die cast car line. The company even hired Alex Toth to draw it, since the legendary artist had designed the line's characters for a Saturday morning cartoon show. Toth's inaugural issue with writer Joe Gill chronicled turbo charged teen Jack Wheeler and his Hot Wheels pit crew matching horse power against Dexter Carter and his Demons. The comic ran out of gas after only 6 issues, but Toth's aerodynamic story telling fueled a series that took licensed tie ins in a bold new direction.
Genre: Comedy

Doomsday   1 (1975)

Doomsday 1 (1975)

After a nuclear holocaust wipes out humanity three astronauts return to Earth, team-up with a newly thawed-out caveman and have loads of exciting adventures.

Hercules: Adventures of the Man-God Archive

Hercules: Adventures of the Man-God Archive

Experience the adventures of the Man-God! All twelve issues of Hercules: Adventures of the Man-God collected for the first time! Comics legends Joe Gill (Flash Gordon, House of Mystery) and Sam Glanzman (Our Army at War, Star Spangled War Stories) brought this thrilling adventure to life in the late '60s and now you can read it all in one place! This timeless run of one of the most iconic heroes in comics returns in valiant fashion, collected in a beautiful archival format and showcased exactly as they appeared in their original state.

Weird Love

Weird Love

From the people that bring you the acclaimed Haunted Horror comic comes a horror like no other... WEIRD Love! WEIRD Love presents the most sexy, bizarro, sick, twisted, politically incorrect, kinky "romance" comics of the 1950s and beyond. No wonder the censors wanted this stuff banned! Sure to be must-have big-buzz comics!
Genre: Horror, Romance

Blue Beetle (1965)

Blue Beetle (1965)

The numbering of these issues continue in Ghostly Tales.

Secret Six (1968)

Secret Six (1968)

Writer E. Nelson Bridwell and artist Frank Springer brought together six individuals who all possessed special skills and dark secrets, and were all being blackmailed into the service of the faceless Mockingbird. The Secret Six was made up of boxing champion Tiger Force, nuclear physicist August Durant, illusionist Carlo Di Rienzi, mistress of disguise Lili de Neuve, pilot and stuntman King Savage, and femme fatale Crimson Dawn. The Secret Six's first mission was a success, with the team stopping villain Zoltan Lupus from demonstrating his weapons of mass destruction.

Ghostly Tales

Ghostly Tales

This series starts at issue 55. It was mostly a bimonthly issue.
Genre: Fantasy

Captain Atom (1965)

Captain Atom (1965)

Featuring the first appearance of Blue Beetle Ted Kord! Plus, Captain Atom loses his powers!

Blue Beetle (1964)

Blue Beetle (1964)

Dan Garrett must battle an ancient mummy, with the help of mystic forces!

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