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They were called the 10 cents plague - comics in the 40s up to 70s. You are free to download any of the comics titles listed in the Categories. I will add more titles and additional copies to existing titles from time to time.

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  • Outer Space (Charlton Publications)
    on Mar 29, 2011
    This comics was obviously inspired by the heated space race between USA and the now defunct USSR (which also coincides with the Cold War). Although the dream of conquering space culminated with the first Americans walking on the moon, fantasies abo...
  • Outer Space (Charlton Publications)
    on Mar 29, 2011
    This comics was obviously inspired by the heated space race between USA and the now defunct USSR (which also coincides with the Cold War). Although the dream of conquering space culminated with the first Americans walking on the moon, fantasies abo...
  • Tick Tock Tales (Magazine Enterprises)
    on Mar 28, 2011
    Tick Tock Tales debuted in 1946, together with The Pixies, as comics with stories dedicated for young children. Among the regular featured stories include Koko and Kola, Judy and the Magic Chalk, and Goofus the Gopher.Published by Magazine Enterprise...
  • Tick Tock Tales (Magazine Enterprises)
    on Mar 28, 2011
    Tick Tock Tales debuted in 1946, together with The Pixies, as comics with stories dedicated for young children. Among the regular featured stories include Koko and Kola, Judy and the Magic Chalk, and Goofus the Gopher.Published by Magazine Enterprise...
  • Rangers (Fiction House)
    on Mar 28, 2011
    Rangers Comics was the last of Fiction House's much-advertised "Big Six of the Comics." Rangers was never monthly and was the first of the "Big Six" to be cancelled, with #69. The title was filled with war-themed stories through 1945, then became an...
  • Rangers (Fiction House)
    on Mar 28, 2011
    Rangers Comics was the last of Fiction House's much-advertised "Big Six of the Comics." Rangers was never monthly and was the first of the "Big Six" to be cancelled, with #69. The title was filled with war-themed stories through 1945, then became an...
  • Amazing Adventures (Ziff-Davis Publications)
    on Mar 27, 2011
    Amazing Adventures - is a science fiction comic book series in the 1950s 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...
  • Treasure Chest (Cathetical Guild)
    on Mar 27, 2011
    Treasure Chest wasn't distributed on newsstands. It was available only by subscription, through the Catholic school system. Mailing costs were kept down by distributing subscription copies right in the classroom. Thus, it didn't come out during vacat...
  • Buccaneers (Quality Comics Publications)
    on Mar 27, 2011
    "Swashbuckling pirates yarns of adventure on the bounding main" claims this comics about pirates and their daring adventures on high seas. Regular stories include Captain Daring, Adam Peril and Black Roger. Published by Quality Comics Publications.Li...
  • Treasure Chest (Cathetical Guild)
    on Mar 27, 2011
    Treasure Chest wasn't distributed on newsstands. It was available only by subscription, through the Catholic school system. Mailing costs were kept down by distributing subscription copies right in the classroom. Thus, it didn't come out during vacat...
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