Will Eisner, Charles Sultan, Alex Schomburg, Richard Hughes, Various (w & a)
These full-color comic stories from World War II tell of true role models of the patriotic ideal. Starting with The Shield and followed by Captain America, a whole battalion of red, white, and blue heroes appeared on the four-color page to help fight the Nazis. Their fascinating history and their stirring tales will both entertain and inspire new generations! See the two-fisted, three-colored Miss America, The Fighting Yank, Super-American, U.S. Jones, Captain Freedom, Lady Liberty, Major Victory, American Eagle, Captain Victory, and many more!
HC • FC • $34.99 • 224 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-179-3
You can’t run! You can’t hide! But you can scream for a quick death as the evil, demented geniuses behind Haunted Horror continue to slowly pry away the disgusting coffin lid of pre-code comics, revealing monstrosity upon atrocity—freaks upon creeps—morbidity upon (insert something spooky that rhymes with morbidity.) 48 putrid pages of frightful, fiendish fun—in fact, put on your best red dress, HH fans, because your FUNeral is about to begin!
The Special Unlucky in Love 13th issue! You’ll tremble with both excitement and fear when you read the bizarro Pre-Code classics: “My Kisses Brought Death!” “Bad Luck Girl” “Superstition Made Me Afraid to Love” “I was Born Unlucky!” “Jinx Girl” and the story all of the Weird Love readers will definitely relate to: “Beauty is a Curse!”
Richard Hughes, Ruth Roche, and various (w) • Matt Baker, and various (a) • Ogden Whitney (c)
The cover story alone, “Jailbird’s Romance”, would cost you a couple of grand on the collector’s market! It’s drawn by the demented duo Ogden Whitney and Richard Hughes. More bizarre stories include “It’s Like Love, Pussycat!” “Pick-up,” and in “Savage Kisses,” a knife-wielding, half-naked, island girl fights Nazis and wins the heart of an American soldier. Then, it gets worse, with the most sordid comic story we’ve ever printed!