SCOOP COMICS #1 One of the earliest pioneers of comic book shops-if not the first comic book shop-was Harry "A" Chesler, Jr. (The "A" was claimed by Chesler to stand for "Anything.") His name and handiwork was an ubiquitous presence from the earliest days of comics to the waning years of the Golden Age in the late 1940s. Publisher, editor or "sweat shop" task master, Chesler literally left his "imprint" on many titles of this era. Although mostly remembered for the books he published in the early and mid 1940s, the Chesler comic book titles may be broken down into three periods. In the early period of 1937-1939, he produced "funny books" that focused more on humor strips, adventure and western stories. In the pre-war years he joined the super-hero parade with titles such as Dynamic Comics, Yankee Comics, Scoop Comics and Punch Comics, which were short-lived in their first incarnation. Now you can enjoy again or for the first time the colorful characters and exciting stories of that era with this great golden age comic reprint SCOOP COMICS #1. The classic comic reprints from GOLDEN AGE REPRINTS and UP History and Hobby are reproduced from actual comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old. These books are constantly updated with the best version available - if you are EVER unhappy with the experience or quality of a book, return the book to us to exchange for another title or the upgrade as new files become available. For our complete classic comics library catalog contact firstname.lastname@example.org OR VISIT OUR WEB STORE AT www.goldenagereprints.com
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