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Planet Comics Covers #10 to #15


Planet Comics Story Planet Comics was a science fiction comic-book title produced by Fiction House and issued from Jan. 1940 (issue 1) to Winter 1953 (issue 73). Like many of Fiction House's early comics titles, Planet Comics was a spinoff of a pulp magazine, in this case Planet Stories, 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 bugeyed space aliens or fiendish interstellar bad guys. Planet Comics #1 (January 1940)

Planet Comics was considered by noted fan Raymond Miller to be "perhaps the best of the Fiction House group," as well as "most collected and most valued." In Miller's opinion, it "wasn't really featuring good art or stories... in the first dozen or so issues," not gaining most of "its better known characters" until "about the 10th issue." "Only 3 of its long running strips started with the first issue... Flint Baker, Auro - Lord of Jupiter, and the Red Comet."

PLANET COMICS 1941 COVERS # 10 to # 15

# 10

Dan Zolnerowich cover

# 11

Red Comet cover

PLANET COMICS 1941 COVERS # 10 to # 15

# 12

John Celardo cover

# 13

Dan Zolnerowich cover art.

PLANET COMICS 1941 COVERS # 10 to # 15

# 14

Dan Zolnerowich's covers coaxed countless dimes from young boys -- men, too, for that matter!

# 15

Dan Zolnerowich's cover

"Planet Comics" - 1941  

Couvertures de "Planet Comics" - #10 à #15