CLASSIC WARREN AND MAD MAGS! Plus Marvel Mag faves!
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In the sweaty, heady days of the late 1960s and early 1970s, comics publishers made an aggressive foray into the magazine market, attracted by the lack of code restrictions, higher profit margins, and lower return rates, with Warren leading the pack with their still-legendary Vampirella, Eerie, and Creepy titles. With everyone getting in on the act, the market was soon flooded with horror, action, and fantasy titles designed for older readers and maximum impact, and these titles are still avidly collected by those in the know who want to see comics legends like Neal Adams, Gene Colan, Wally Wood, and others at their uncensored and unbridled peak! We've been getting in some of these nifty scarcities lately, and have collected a handful of them into a convenient selection. If you haven't checked these out before, you should -- they're the great unsung treasures of the late Silver and early Bronze Age, and once you've started collecting them, you'll be hooked!