Vol. 1 No. 28
In this issue:
Yank & Doodle
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Pure Excitement Comics is maintained by Bill Nolan.
the 28th big issue of Pure Excitement Comics, the number one source for original
Golden Age comic book reprints on the Web!
Up first this month
is the legendary Stardust, the Super-Wizard, from
Fantastic Comics no. 14, published in January of 1941 by Fox Publications, Inc.
Stardust has earned a reputation based on its wild writing and art. The same creator
was responsible for the Fantomah story which appeared in an earlier issue of Pure Excitement.
Stardust appeared in Fantastic Comics 1-16.
Returning in the second feature
this month are PEC favorites Yank & Doodle in a story from
Prize Comics no. 65, published in Aug.-Sept. of 1947 by Feature Publications, Inc.
Yank & Doodle appeared in Prize Comics 13-68.
In the final slot this month is
Titan, from All Top Comics (a one-shot published
in 1944 by William H. Wise & Co., Inc.). Titan also appeared in the All Your Comics one-shot,
The Book of Comics (another one-shot), the All Good Comics one-shot, and
Jo-Jo Comics no. 4.
Just a quick note relating
to the new server for this site: if you plan to create a link to one of the stories
at some point, please just link to the main index page and let people know in which
issue to look. Only the last few issues will be kept on this site due to space
considerations. After a while, older issues will be moved to one of my older
servers, probably Fortune City, so direct links to stories may fail to work over time.
All stories are believed to be in the public domain*.
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Information for this page was found in Howard Keltner's Index to Golden Age