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Remember when comics were good clean fun? It was every boy's (and a lot of girl's too!) every week adventure to get the latest comic adventures brought to you in those "dime magazine" rags.
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In this app we bring you issue #1 of the Ziff-Davis series "Amazing Adventures" (Amazing Facts From Nature and Thrilling Science-Fiction Tales!)
The first series titled Amazing Adventures was a 1950s science fiction anthology produced by Ziff-Davis and featuring painted covers. It ran for six issues, beginning c. 1950. with the first two issues being undated. Subsequent issues were dated June, August, and November 1951, and Fall 1952. Its artists included Murphy Anderson, Bernard Krigstein, and Don Perlin, and at least one issue (#2) featured a cover painting by Alex Schomburg.
Amazing Adventures is the name of several anthology comic book series, all but one published by Marvel Comics. The earliest Marvel series of that name introduced the company's first superhero of the late-1950s to early-1960s period fans and historians call the Silver Age of Comic Books. That same series also included the first comic book to be labeled "Marvel Comics".
Amazing Adventures #1:
Featuring: Amazing Facts From Nature and Thrilling Science-Fiction Tales!
Comic Story 1: The Asteroid Witch (7 pages)
Comic Story 2: A-Day (6 pages)
Comic Story 3: Winged Death on Venus (9 pages)
Comic Story 4: Trespasser in Time (5 pages)
Comic Story 5: The Stone Men (5 pages)
Featurette: Cosmic Comics
Featurette: Amazing Prophecies
Credits: (Pencils) Clinton Spooner, Harry Sahle, Murphy Anderson, Ogden Whitney, Wally Wood [as Wallace Wood], Alex Schomburg (Inks) Clinton Spooner, Harry Sahle, Murphy Anderson, Ogden Whitney, Wally Wood [as Wallace Wood], Alex Schomburg, (Letters) Wally Wood (?)
Published: October 1950 Ziff-Davis Publications
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was legally published within the United States (or the United Nations Headquarters in New York subject to Section 7 of the United States Headquarters Agreement) before 1964, and copyright was not renewed.
Please Note: These Are Scanned Images Of The Original Published Comic. Some Artifacts May Appear On Some Of The Pages. The Images Are Quite Large As Depending On The Speed And Memory Of Your Tablet Or Other Android Device It May Take A Few Seconds For The App To Fully Load.
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