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FICTION HOUSE PUBLICATIONS
THE DVD ROM COLLECTION
200 DPI PLUS
THIS ITEM CONSISTS OF
1 DVD IN A BEAUTIFUL CASE
(THE SCAN ON RIGHT
IS THE CASE COVER
everything from DELL to Archie. More inventory is being added
ON DVD ROM
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Silver Age and Modern Stuff!
Fiction House and issued from Jan.
(issue 1) to
(issue 73). Like many of Fiction House's early comics titles,
Planet Comics was a spinoff of a pulp magazine, in this
, which featured
space operatic tales of
muscular, heroic space adventurers who were quick with their ray
pistols and always running into gorgeous females who needed rescue
from bug-eyed space aliens or fiendish interstellar bad guys.
As a comic book,
Planet Comics was the foremost purveyor of
good girl art in the
comics, and is considered highly collectible by modern fans of
Golden Age. Each page of each
story featured at least one large image of a very lovely female,
attired in very little in the way of costume, and in particular
displaying long, bare legs.
However, as with many other Fiction
House comics, a number of the series developed by
Planet Comics upped the ante by providing female heroines
who handily defeated the space aliens and interplanetary bad guys,
while needing no or little assistance from males. Cynics might have
noted that this proto-feminist strategy in effect simply multiplied
the number of lovely girls shown per panel, and insured that each
and every panel featured at least one smashing spacegirl. Fiction
House also employed a number of female artists to work on such
tales, particularly Lily RenÃ©e, Marcia Snyder,
Ruth Atkinson and Fran Hopper, whose art
for "Mysta of the Moon" was often stunning.
Many well-known artists worked on
Planet Comics stories over its 13-year history, including
Nick Cardy, Joe Doolin,
John Cullen Murphy,
George Tuska and Maurice Whitman.
This is a professionally labeled DVD Rom. It is a
collectible in its 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
With this collection you can read your favorite
comics without worrying about damaging them!
THE CBR VIEWING SOFTWARE NEEDED TO READ THESE E-COMICS
IS INCLUDED FOR FREE!
(NO SOFTWARE INSTALLATION REQUIRED)
Enjoy these comic books,
complete on 1 DVD rom
$2.50 USPS FIRST CLASS MAIL
WE COMBINE SHIPPING! $1.00 FOR EACH
PLEASE NOTE - I ACCEPT
PAYPAL ONLY .
Thanks for Looking:
If you need help or have any questions, please feel free to
contact me via e-mail. Be sure to check out our other regularly
posted auctions including various golden-age, silver-age, and key
issue comics. Thanks again for checking out our auctions!