“Mickey Mouse in Fantasyland” March 1957
Dell, 1942 series
1130 - The Deputy
1131 - Elmer Fudd
1134 - The Real McCoys
1135 - M.G.M.’s Mouse Musketeers (cover - Harvey Eisenberg)
1137 - Walt Disney’s Jungle Cat
1144 - The Story of Ruth
After the first hundred issues of the second series, Dell stopped putting the “Four Color Comics” designation on the books, but they continued the numbering system for twenty years.
More than 1,000 issues were published, usually with multiple titles released every month. An exact accounting of the actual number of unique issues produced is difficult because occasional issue numbers were skipped and a number of reprint issues were also included. Nonetheless, the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide lists well over 1,000 individual issues, ending with #1354. Comics historian Alberto Becattini cites 1332 issues. It currently holds the record for most issues produced of an American comic book; its nearest rival, DC’s Action Comics, reached the 1,000-issue milestone in 2018.
#291 - Walt Disney’s Donald Duck in The Magic Hourglass (cover by Carl Buettner)
#292 - Cisco Kid Comics (cover by Bob Jenney)
#293 - The Brownies (cover by Don Gunn)
#294 - Little Beaver (cover by Fred Harman)
#295 - Porky Pig in President Porky (cover by Ralph Heimdahl)
ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #3000
title: TALES FROM THE TOMB #1 - P70:2
let’s get out of here!
finally got my own copy of El Llanero Solitario (”presenta: PLATA”) No. 244 (Editorial Novaro, 1971), reprinting The Lone Ranger’s Famous Horse HI-YO SILVER No. 18 (Dell, 1956).
I’ll post more side-by-sides sometime, maybe
ISOLATED COMIC BOOK PANEL #2994
title: GERALD MCBOING BOING AND THE NEAR SIGHTED MR. MAGOO #2 - P8:7
Twilight Zone #90 cover. 1978. Art by George Wilson.
I identify as a music lover
“Red Ryder” #20 July-August 1944
“Red Ryder” #13 May-June 1943
Vintage Comic - Time Tunnel #02
Pencils: George Wilson
Inks: George Wilson
Colors: George Wilson
“Red Ryder” #16 November 1943
“Red Ryder” #12 April 1943
“Red Ryder” #8 August 1942
Here’s some Dell comics of Quick Draw McGraw! I might share some of my favorite moments from each comic. Some are more in perfect condition than others. You can tell on the yellow one there are scribbles and how on the blue on there’s no card stock compared to the others but I really like them nevertheless and the pages inside are great relics from the 1960s!
engi “steals” spy’s inviswatch
aka 8 messily drawn panels of flustered spy
Now, 1990 Series
Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1990 Series