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THE TITLES ARE ORGANIZED NUMERICALLY IN CBR FORMAT
AVAILABLE IN EITHER ILLUSTRATED DVD CASE
OR NO FRILLS IN PAPER SLEEVE

PLEASE NOTE: ALL COMICS IN THIS SET ARE
SCANNED ELECTRONIC COPIES NOT PHYSICAL PAPER COPIES

THE GOLDEN AGE
NOVELTY COMICS
DIGITAL COMICS COLLECTION!

Regular Price ...$19.95



TWO DVDS

CONTENTS OF THIS 2 DVD SET
4 MOST COMICS
V1 #1-4, V2 #1-3, V3 #1-4, V4 #1-4,V5 #1-4,
V6 #1-5, V7 #1-6, V8 #1-5,
BLUE BOLT
V1 #1-12, V2 #2-12, V3 #1-2,4-5,7-8,10-12,
V4 #2-12, V5 #1-8, V6 #2-3,5-10, V7 #1-12,
V8 #1-2,4-12, V9 #1-4,8-9, V10 #1-2
CRIMINALS ON THE RUN
#1-6
FRISKY FABLES
V1 #1,3, V2 #2-5,9-10,12, V3 #1,7-11, V4 #1,6,7,
V5 #1,3
GUNS AGAINST GANGSTERS
V1 #1,6, V2 #1
HUMDINGER COMICS
V1 #1,6, V2 #1
TARGET C0MICS
V1 #1-2,5-5,9-12, V2 #1-12, V3 #1-2, V4 #1-2,
V5 #1-8, V6 #1-10, V7 #1-12, V8 #1-12,
V9 #1-12, V10 #1-3
YOUNG KING COLE C0MICS
V1 #1-4, V2 #1-3,5-7, V3 #2-12
PLUS
DICK COLE
V1 #

THIS DVD DISK COLLECTION COMES WITH
FREE COMIC VIEWER FOR BOTH MAC AND PC.

NOVELTY PRESS Comics (publishers)

Novelty Press (a.k.a. Premium Service Co., Inc.; a.k.a. Novelty Publications; a.k.a. Premier Group) was an American Golden Age comic-book publisher that operated from 1940–1949. It was the comic book imprint of Curtis Publishing Company, publisher of The Saturday Evening Post. Although published in Philadelphia, Novelty Press's editorial offices were in New York City. Among Novelty's best-known titles were Blue Bolt and Target Comics. During their nine-year run, Novelty's roster of creators included Al Avison, Dan Barry, Carl Burgos, L.B. Cole, Bill Everett, Al Gabriele, Joe Gill, Tom Gill, Jack Hearne, Jack Kirby, Tarpé Mills, Al Plastino, Don Rico, Joe Simon, Mickey Spillane, and Basil Wolverton.

History

Novelty Press launched its first title, Target Comics, in 1940, followed shortly thereafter by Blue Bolt. In 1949, due to the growing criticism over violence in comic books, Novelty Press sold its assets to Blue Bolt cover artist L.B. Cole.[2] Using his new assets, Cole began his own company, Star Publications.


Target Comics

Target Comics debuted with a cover date of February 1940, featuring such stars as Bull's-Eye Bill, Lucky Byrd, and The White Streak (Target's only superhero). Material for the book was supplied by Funnies, Inc., a packager also responsible for many of Marvel Comics' early characters. Creators included Bill Everett, Joe Simon, and Tarpé Mills. Basil Wolverton's Spacehawk (which originated in Circus comics) made its Target Comics debut with issue #5, and ran for many issues. The superhero Target, created by cartoonist Dick Briefer under the pen nam "Dick Hamilton", was introduced in issue #10 (Nov. 1940), accompanied by the Targeteers the following issue.

The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide suggests that the first comic book letter column may have appeared in Target Comics #6. The page in question also has an early mention of comic-book collecting)


Blue Bolt

The title character superhero was created by Joe Simon, and Blue Bolt #2 (July 1940) featured the first pairing of legendary Marvel cartoonists Simon and Kirby. The two teamed for fewer than twelve issues, turning over the book to successors including Dan Barry, Tom Gill, and Mickey Spillane — before his creation of the detective character Mike Hammer in novels. (A reprint collection of the Simon & Kirby issues of Blue Bolt was published by Verotik in 1998 ISBN 978-1-885730-40-4.)[4] Malcolm Kildale's Sgt. Spook, an undead detective, was a regular backup feature in Blue Bolt for most of its run. Blue Bolt ran for 110 issues, the first 102 published by Novelty Press, and the rest published by Star Publications.


4 Most

This anthology title was Novelty's answer to DC Comics' World's Finest Comics or All American's Comic Cavalcade. Regular features of 4 Most included Cadet, Dan'l Flannel, Edison Bell, and Lem the Grem, the "Trouble-Loving Gremlin".


Young King Cole

This anthology title was headlined by one the comic genre's first private detectives. Regular backup features included Doctor Doom, "The Resourceful Professor of Criminology"; Foxy, "Office Boy in the Detective Bureau"; Homer K. Beagle, "The Demon Detective"; Larry Broderick, "City Detective"; and Tony Gayle, "Glamorous Detective Model".
Dick Cole, The Wonder Boy

The Adventures of Dick Cole

A popular backup feature in Blue Bolt (and later 4 Most), Dick Cole had his own title from 1948 to 1950 (the first five issues published by Novelty Press; the rest were published by Star Publications). Dick Cole was created by cartoonist Bob Davis (The Chameleon), but others who handled the character include Al Fagaly (Super Duck), James Wilcox (Dolly O'Dare), and Jack Hearne (The Cadet).


Titles Published by Novelty Press
(please note - not all issue of all titles are included on these 2 DVDs.
Only what is specifcally listed in the "contents of this 2 DVD set" section are included on the 2 DVDs.)

4 Most — 36 issues, 1941–1949
Blue Bolt — 110 issues, 1940–1951
Dick Cole, The Wonder Boy — 10 issues, 1948-1949
Frisky Fables — 37 issues, 1945–49
Guns Against Gangsters — 8 issues, 1948–1949
Humdinger — 8 issues, 1946–1947
Target Comics — 105 issues, 1940–1949
Young King Cole (later changed to Criminals on the Run) — 24 issues, 1945-1948

Regular backup features

Bull's-Eye Bill (Target Comics)
Cadet (4 Most)
Dan'l Flannel (4 Most)
Dick Cole, The Wonder Boy (4 Most and Blue Bolt)
Doctor Doom (Young King Cole)
Edison Bell (4 Most)
Foxy (Young King Cole)
Homer K. Beagle (Young King Cole)
Larry Broderick (Young King Cole)
Lem the Grem (4 Most)
Lucky Byrd (Target Comics)
Sgt. Spook (Blue Bolt)
Target and the Targeteers (4 Most and Target Comics)
Tony Gayle (Young King Cole)
The White Streak (Target Comics)


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All of the material that is contained on these DVDs have been carefully researched and determined to be in the public domain. No copyrights have been infringed upon. Characters are only used as allowed by fair use law to describe the product being sold and are trademarks of their respective owners.


The seller has no association with any publishers of the original materials and/or trademark owners and no such affiliation is intended or implied.

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These are professionally labeled DVDs collectible in their own right!. And so incredibly affordable!

The same titles in hard copy would cost you thousands upon thousand!
You could spend a fortune on fragile comic books! You could hunt for years and years for the issues you are missing!
Or you could get them all complete and in consecutive order right here in CBR format on an easy to use DVD.

With this collection you can read your favorite comics without worrying about damaging them!

Enjoy these comic books on DVD


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