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Comics Publishing Companies - Publishers
... Comics publishing companies Name Country Active Notes 12 bis France 9998 ... 12-Gauge Comics US 9998 ... 215 Ink US 9998 ... Aardvark-Vanaheim Canada 9998 ... Most titles moved to ... ACE Comics US 1987 ... Also known as Animated Comics Enterprises ... Titles ACE Comics Presents, The Cosmic Book, Return of the Skyman, and Robin Red and the Lutins ...
Ace Comics (publishers) - Comics Published
... publishers' practice in the 1940s/1950's, Ace Comics titles were confusingly issued under a number of publisher's names All-Love / All Love Romances ( #26 May 1949 - #32 May 1950) - under Ace Periodicals ...
Hungarian Comics - Current Scene - Comics Published, Variety - European Comics
... From the mid nineties to 2004 German Mosaik was the only major European comic book title published in the country ... Today many Francophone albums are published in Hungarian, but their print numbers range from a few hundred to one or two thousand ... Dampyr, which started as an experiment to test cheaper Italian pulp comics, closed after six issues ...
Western Fiction - History - 1940s-1960s - Western Comics
... Western novels, films and pulps gave birth to Western comics, which were very popular, particularly from the late 1940s until circa 1967, when the comics began to turn to reprints ... This can particularly be seen at Marvel Comics, where Westerns began circa 1948 and thrived until 1967, when one of their flagship titles, Kid Colt Outlaw (1949–1979), ceased to have new ... Other notable long-running Marvel Western comics included Rawhide Kid (1955–1957, 1960–1979) Two-Gun Kid (1948–1962), and Marvel Wild Western (1948–1957) ...
Crayola Kids Adventures: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea - Comic Book and Graphic Adaptations
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea has been adapted into comic book format numerous times ... In 1948, Gilberton Publishing published a comic adaptation via issue #47 of their Classics Illustrated series ... In 1955, Dell Comics published a comic based on the 1954 film via issue #614 of their Movie Classics line called Walt Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea ...

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