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Dennis the Menace (Giant) (no. 50, Summer 1967): Dennis the Menace at the Circus, (Ketcham, Hank)
1 (Ketcham, Hank) Dennis the Menace (Giant) (no. 50, Summer 1967): Dennis the Menace at the Circus
Meriden CT Fawcett Publications, Inc. 1967 NO (No. 50) Stapled wraps Fine+ 
[nice copy, spine square, light wear at corners; cover bright and unblemished]. Dennis raises havoc at the circus. In addition to the primary story, this issue includes: B&W photographs of circus acts on both inside covers; four photographs of unidentified rodeo performers in action on the inside front cover; six pages of circus-themed games and puzzles; a 10-page "Circus Quiz" section. [NOTE that our cataloging software is designed for books, not comic books, so the indicated condition should be regarded as an "Overstreet approximation," and is probably on the conservative side.] 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Dennis the Menace (no. 59, May 1962), (Ketcham, Hank)
2 (Ketcham, Hank) Dennis the Menace (no. 59, May 1962)
Meriden CT Hallden Division of Fawcett Publications, Inc. 1962 NO (No. 59) Stapled wraps Very Good- 
[significant edgewear, creasing; cover a little loose, center page partly detached, some internal tears]. This issue's stories and features include: Dennis bedevils his father during Spring cleaning; a two-page short story, "Horn on the Mountain"; a four-page story in which Margaret tries in vain to get Dennis to say he likes her; "A Grampa Story" (a non DtM story in which a grandfather tells the story of Rip Van Winkle to his grandchildren, a brother and a sister); "Dennis vs. the Dentist" (who wins, d'ya think?). The inside front cover feature, "The Cookie Jar," is about "Dennis the Menace Playground" in Midland, Texas. [NOTE that our cataloging software is designed for books, not comic books, so the indicated condition should be regarded as an "Overstreet approximation," and is probably on the conservative side.] 
Price: 6.00 USD
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Dennis the Menace (no. 60, July 1962), (Ketcham, Hank)
3 (Ketcham, Hank) Dennis the Menace (no. 60, July 1962)
Meriden CT Hallden Division of Fawcett Publications, Inc. 1962 NO (No. 60) Stapled wraps Very Good 
[significant edgewear, creasing; binding (staples) still holding]. This issue's stories and features include: "Dennis and the Elephantom"; Dennis gets a haircut, to the consternation of the barbers; "A Grampa Story" (a non DtM story featuring a brother and a sister and their grandfather); two pages of "Tricky Treats" puzzles; Dennis drives his father crazy at a miniature golf course. The inside front cover feature, "The Cookie Jar," highlight's Scott Jackson, winner of the Atlanta Journal contest as "the youngster who did and said something most like Dennis the Menace." [NOTE that our cataloging software is designed for books, not comic books, so the indicated condition should be regarded as an "Overstreet approximation," and is probably on the conservative side.] 
Price: 8.00 USD
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Dennis the Menace (no. 61, August 1962): Dennis the Menace at the Rodeo, (Ketcham, Hank)
4 (Ketcham, Hank) Dennis the Menace (no. 61, August 1962): Dennis the Menace at the Rodeo
Meriden CT Hallden Division of Fawcett Publications, Inc. 1962 NO (No. 61) Stapled wraps Near Fine 
[light edgewear; staples tight; rear cover shows light soiling and minor diagonal crease at top corner]. Dennis raises havoc at the "California Rodeo." In addition to the primary story, this issue includes: four photographs of unidentified rodeo performers in action on the inside front cover; four coloring pages (not colored in); an article, "World's Youngest Rodeo Champ," about Jim Rodriguez, Jr.; a page of "Rodeo Lingo.". [NOTE that our cataloging software is designed for books, not comic books, so the indicated condition should be regarded as an "Overstreet approximation," and is probably on the conservative side.] 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Ultimate Marvel Team-up, Bendis, Brian Michael
5 Bendis, Brian Michael Ultimate Marvel Team-up
New York Marvel Comics 2002 0-7851-0870-X / 9780785108702 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Very Good+ dj 
[book is nice and clean, with just minor shelf rubbing to the bottom edge; jacket is clean and bright and presents very well, but unfortunately there's a surface tear/scrape on the rear panel that's about the size of a large man's thumb]. (graphic art) Nicely-produced volume that "contains material originally published in magazine form as ULTIMATE MARVEL TEAM-UP #1-16 and ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN SUPER SPECIAL #1 
Price: 60.00 USD
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Fifty Who Made DC Great, Marx, Barry, ed.
6 Marx, Barry, ed. Fifty Who Made DC Great
New York DC Comics Inc. (c.1985) First Edition Softcover Near Fine Illustrated by (cover) George Perez 
(staped wraps, comic book size/format) [a nice clean copy, with just a bit of edgewear here and there]. Publication celebrating the 50th anniversary of DC Comics, including various short testimonials from various celebrities and cultural figures, but primarily devoted to highlighting the contributions of fifty entities -- both personal and corporate -- who have contributed to the company's growth and success. Each is given a single page, and they run the gamut from noted artists and creative people (Jerry Siegel, Joe Schuster, Bob Kane, Sheldon Mayer, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil, Frank Miller, etc.), to some of their corporate people (founder M.C. Gaines, distributor Bud Budner, and others), various editors, actors who have notably played DC characters on radio and TV and in the movies (George Reeves, Adam West, Christopher Reeve, Linda Carter, etc.), companies like World Color Press and Licensing Company of America), such figures as super-fans Jerry Bails and Roy Thomas, and even products (Superman Peanut Butter!). Really quite an interesting and comprehensive look at the company's history. (It bears no printed price or UPC code, which would seem to indicate that it was produced as a promotional item, not intended for sale to the public.) 
Price: 40.00 USD
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[Stan Lee presents The Man of Bronze] Doc Savage (August, 1975) [issue no. 1], Wolfman, Marv, ed.
7 Wolfman, Marv, ed. [Stan Lee presents The Man of Bronze] Doc Savage (August, 1975) [issue no. 1]
New York Magazine Management Co. (Curtis) 1975 NO August 1975 Magazine Near Fine Illustrated by John Buscema, others 
[very minor edgewear, light diagonal creasing near bottom corner of front cover; would probably grade VF-NM in comic book terms]. (B&W illustrations, photographs) A magazine-format comic book (and movie tie-in), featuring an illustrated DS adventure, "The Doom on Thunder Isle," and a long interview with George Pal, writer/producer of the feature film DOC SAVAGE: THE MAN OF BRONZE, starring Ron Ely (depicted on the cover). 
Price: 30.00 USD
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