"WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? LET'S GO INTO OUR SWITCH!"
Ginger and Snap are fraternal twins who like to play tricks, win bets, or solve problems by trading places and impersonating each other. Since Ginger is a girl and Snap is a boy, this can sometimes be more complicated than it sounds.
Ginger and Snap contains every installment of a humor series that originally... [click here for more]
"DON'T WORRY, MR. GRIBBITS! I GOT THIS UNDER CONTROL!"
This month, it's 70 years since private detective Sherry Flippe and her boss, Mr. Gribbitts, worked their first case in the pages of Suspense Comics. Now, five of their whackiest Golden Age adventures have been collected in one book to amuse modern-day comics readers!
Follow Sherry and Gribbitts as the hunt... [click here for more]
"I can stalk a deer and wing my shafts as well as any fledgling warrior!"
Starlight was as wild and tempesteous as the wendigo winds, and in her breast beat the heart of a warrior. She viewed with contempt the idea that women should be modest and content to cook and weave for the men who hunted and fended off the enemies of Huron people. So, she termed herself a warrior-maiden,... [click here for more]
The Newshounds series spotlights comics starring reporters and journalists in the heyday of pulp fiction adventures. Our debut issue features three stories with ace of the Newsreels by Matt Baker; and the thrilling first appearances of Gail Porter, Girl Photographer, by Bob Oksner; and Rudy Rawls, Copy Boy, by Harvey Kurtzman.
In addition to great comics, Newshounds #1 contains... [click here for more]
ODDBALL GOLDEN AGE GIRL POWER!Complete Golden Age Oddballs spotlights obscure characters from the Golden Age of comic books, in many cases collecting the stories in one place for the first time ever. Each issue in the series contain every single appearance of one or more quirky heroes from the founding years of the comic book genre, along with all-new... [click here for more]
"Oh, how super-scrumptious, Hank. Tonight we live!"
She's the queen of jukeboxes and hi-jinx, and now she's back!
Among the many genres that thrived during the Golden Age of Comics was the teen comedy, sometimes with romantic elements, sometimes not. One example of these was Standard's Kathy, a series that lasted eight epidodes in the anthology series Thrilling... [click here for more]