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HEADLINE COMICS (1943-56) Issue #72 Cover
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Comments: Marvin Stein pencils and inks; 15" x 20"; twide-up dramatic 1955 cover!
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HEADLINE COMICS (1943-56) Issue #72 Cover
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Prize
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VF: 8.0
Starting as a superhero/adventure title which ran from 1943-47, Headline Comics was transformed by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, who began featuring the misdeeds of gangsters and murderers amongst the book's pages. True crime stories were all the rage in the late 40's and early 50's, and these wonderful examples display Marvin Stein's knack for rendering speed and depth. Stein, who joined Simon & Kirby Studio after a couple of years at National/DC in the 1940s, designed the thrilling image of a man on a ledge threatening to jump as the local fire department prepares to catch him and prevent his death. Golden Age art is exceedingly rare and always in high demand, don't let these pieces pass you by!
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