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Black Diamond Western #9-60 Complete
52 issues pages | 1240 мb.

Tags: Black Diamond Western, Lev Gleason
Download the old and very rare comics Black Diamond Western. He went out from 1949 to 1956. You can free download Black Diamond Western and other comics on our website.
Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol.6
Tommy-gun-toting toughs roar across the pages of Crime Does Not Pay, the sensational 1940s comic that enraptured millions with its scandalous stories of criminal scum, ripped right from the headlines! This hardcover collects issues #42–#45 of this infamous series and features a new foreword by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine! Collects Crime Does Not
Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol.5
Crime Does Not Pay—the true-crime comic that enjoyed massive circulation throughout the forties and fifties—was a hit with readers. Issues #34-#37 of this visceral, provocative series are now collected into one fine, head-walloping hardcover. New foreword by David Lapham (Stray Bullets, The Strain)! Set the pace for the violent pre-Code comics
Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol.4
Crime Does Not Pay—the true-crime comic that enjoyed massive circulation throughout the forties and fifties—was a hit with readers. Issues #34-#37 of this visceral, provocative series are now collected into one fine, head-walloping hardcover. New foreword by David Lapham (Stray Bullets, The Strain)! Set the pace for the violent pre-Code comics
Crime Does Not Pay Archives Vol.3
One of the best-selling comics of the 1940s, Crime Does Not Pay focused on violent mobsters and murderous lowlifes who machine-gunned their way through the urban underworld . . . until justice landed them in the chair! In 1954, the Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency targeted this comic series for its graphic violence, eventually leading
Daredevil Comics (001-134 series) Complete
134 issues pages | 3930 мb.

Tags: Daredevil Comics, Daredevil, Lev Gleason, Charles Biro
Daredevil Comics, one of Lev Gleason Publication's longest-running comics was a Golden Age anthology comic that took its name from its main feature character Daredevil (named "The Death-Defying Devil" in Dynamite Entertainment comics and "Red Devil" at AC Comics as not to be confused with the Marvel character but called by his original name,
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