Grade: FN- 5.5. Published 1946 by Fiction House. of comics, generally about 25-40 comics depending on page count. We buy tens of thousands of comics a month. We buy everything from large modern collections to individual high value Golden Age and Silver Age books and everything in between.
Cover art by John Celardo. Untitled story, art by August Froehlich; Simba is addled by a rifle shot; Mrs. Simba falls into a tiger trap and is caged by hunters; Simba, battling Lukor the leopard who wants to claim his throne, blunders into the hunters' camp and accidentally frees Mrs. Simba.
He has over 17,000 comic books of many different titles and conditions from the mid 1930’s through the 1990's. Most are raw but there are a few that have been professionally graded. I do know that his earliest book is New Fun # 2 from 1935 and goes up as recent as Todd McFarlane’s Amazing Spiderman issues.
Grade: FN- 5.5. Published 1948 by Fiction House. of comics, generally about 25-40 comics depending on page count. We buy tens of thousands of comics a month. We buy everything from large collections and estates to individual high value Golden Age and Silver Age books and everything in between.
JUNGLE COMICS #111. Jungle Comics #111 published by Fiction House. (1949) FICTION HOUSE. Condition: Fine Minus (5.5) Nice looking book with great eye appeal. Nice flat, bright, glossy and clean front cover.
"Wolves of the Desert Night," art by Maurice Whitman; A group of escaped convicts, disguised as commissioner's guards, raise havoc in Kaänga's jungle until they are exposed by Kaänga and turned over to authentic district commissioner guards.
Cover art by Joe Doolin. "The Revenge of the Mozambi Juju" text story. "Dead Who Could Not Sleep?"., art by Ruben Moreira; Unscrupulous archaeologists trick the N'ganas into believing that the N'gana gods are alive; Kaänga and N'geeso expose their plans to steal the N'ganas' treasures.