JILL TRENT DOESN'T JUST BLIND THEM WITH SCIENCE.SHE BEATS THEM INTO UNCONSCIOUSNESS WITH IT!
Professional inventor Jill Trent and her friend and assistant Daisy Smythe make their living selling Jill's amazing creations to companies and governments. Their real passion, however, is for crime fighting--and any crook or thug upon whom they sets their sights is bound... [click here for more]
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP AND MAKING WEIRD SCIENCE!
The Science Sleuths, Jill Trent and Daisy Smythe, return in three more outrageous adventures with Jill's latest inventions causing almost as many problems as they solve; the two dedicated crime-fighters even find themselves facing their own troubles with the law. Meanwhile, the Spider Queen continues her crusade against crime, with... [click here for more]
"This will undoubtedly teach him better manners."
One of comicdoms forgotten leading ladies, the original Black Cat, returns from the Golden Age of Comics to now, briinging with her advice equally applicable to muggers or dates who get too frisky.
Black Cat Shows You How To Do Judo Tricks is a light-hearted survey of basic jiu-jitsu and judo moves featuring artwork... [click here for more]
"As long as there's trouble in Hollywood -- Black Cat will be around for action!"
When stuntwoman-turned-movie star Linda Turner senses danger, she steps out of her role as America's Sweetheart, and into the mysterious masked woman known only as Black Cat! Thugs, terrorists, and enemies of the American Way all suffer the worst kind of luck (not to mention multiple contusions)... [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]
"WHEN MY PEOPLE ARE THREATENED, I WILL BE THERE TO AID THEM."In 1941, in the back pages of Daredevil Comics, writer/artist Dick Briefer brought the first native American superhero to life -- the Bronze Terror -- in "Real American No. 1.". It was the first series to draw heavily on a theme of Native Americans in modern life, and there wouldn't be another series... [click here for more]
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 roleplaying game content and an occassional bit of fiction.
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COME ONE, COME ALL!
Witness the thrills and chills, as heroic circus folk and a Hollywood actress turned superheroine battle murderers and thieves under the Big Top! And bring that excitement to your roleplaying games!
Carnival features three classic Golden Age comics stories, two of which are rarities from the Harry "A" Chesler studio that have never been collected... [click here for more]
After Hale and Ordion, send one of the raiders packing home. They begin to reveal the information they were able to gather and prepare a solo offensive against the forces that had once defeated them, on their route to Olympia. ... [click here for more]