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Actual Confessions #13-14 (Atlas)
2 issues pages | 111.1 мb.

Tags: Actual Confessions, Stan Lee, David Gantz
Actual Confessions numbers from 13 to 14 for a total of 2 issues. This series continued from Love Adventures.
A Date with Millie Vol.1 #01-07 Complete
7 issues pages | 221.6 мb.

Tags: A Date with Millie, Millie the Model, Stan Lee
Back in the 1960s (although it first appeared in 1940), one of the most frequently appearing character-Marvel was Milli Model which usually appear in at least two titles at any given time. Now, although it is the longest series of Millie the Model Comic around the late 50's she seemed to pick up in popularity and got a new series called date with
Crime Exposed Vol.1 #01
53 pages | 57.7 мb.

Tags: Crime Exposed, Stan Lee
Published for only 1 issue in 1948.
Cowboy Romances #01-03 Complete
3 issues pages | 207.4 мb.

Tags: Cowboy Romances, Stan Lee, John Buscema
Cowboy Romances was an anthology, which lasted three issues from 1949-1950, he combined the two genres (western and romance), which will be the main part of the era in comics. After the third issue, the name was changed to the young people who like to explore other genres, including war and superhero.
The Best of Comix Book - When Marvel Went Underground
In 1974, Marvel editor Stan Lee and underground pioneer Denis Kitchen collaborated on a series: Comix book. Thanks underground comics Joel Beck, Kim Deutsch, Justin Greene, Trina Robbins, Art Shpyhelman (first national appearance Maus), Skip Williamson, and S. Clay Wilson, it collects the best of them all! Introduction by Stan Lee. Binding
Adventures Into Terror #01-31
29 issues pages | 650.9 мb.

Tags: Adventures Into Terror, Paul S. Newman, Stan Lee
Missing #18,26 issues. Classic horror comics published by Marvel predecessor Atlas Comics. He ran form 1951 to 154 for 31 issues. This series continues with Adventures in Terror (1950), which had problems 1 and 2 in it (oddly numbered as question 43 and 44).
Marvel Graphic Novel #01-75 Complete
75 issues pages | 2460 мb.

Tags: Marvel Graphic Novel, Stan Lee, Marvel
Marvel graphic novels. They were huge in the eighties. Often filled with great stories, or introductions to new characters and commands, such as the New Mutants or Futurians. Each magazine had size. Unfortunately, they fell by the wayside in the early '90s, when the format came prestige.
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