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  1. 1950's war comics

    Karloff, Dell, TV horror and more.....

    Famous scene, Quasimodo.....
  2. 1950's war comics

    PGM my Batman #121

    Yes ,... regardless of how low the grade is you might want to send it in to CGC and it will look fabulous in a slab
  3. 1950's war comics

    PGM Star Spangled War Stories #113

    Mailing crease equals 4.0
  4. 1950's war comics

    PGM: All-American Men of War #61

    VG at a minimum......
  5. Yeah ,... The Nam was red hot back in the day and then it got Napalmed...
  6. 1950's war comics

    Shazam #1 (Tape pull)

    Drek ... i mean it looks fine- ish
  7. 1950's war comics

    PGM Fightin Marines #4

    return it as it was extremely over-graded nowhere near a 5,5 maybe a 3.0
  8. 1950's war comics

    PGM FIGHT 21

    CGC 2.0 at best.... too dirty
  9. 1950's war comics

    Books that money CAN'T buy...

    Drek. .
  10. 1950's war comics

    Karloff, Dell, TV horror and more.....

    comic book artist Dave Johnson's Frankenberry...
  11. 1950's war comics

    Karloff, Dell, TV horror and more.....

    DC ARTIST TERRY DODSON DESIGNED COUNT CHOCULA 2014
  12. 1950's war comics

    Karloff, Dell, TV horror and more.....

    In 2014, General Mills enlisted the help of DC Comics to create new designs for the cereals in time for that Halloween. The designs, revealed on August 6, consisted of a Boo Berry design by Jim Lee, a Count Chocula design by Terry Dodson and a Franken Berry design by Dave Johnson.[15] BOO BERRY designed by JIM LEE
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    Karloff, Dell, TV horror and more.....

    In March 1971, the first two cereals in the line were introduced, the chocolate-flavored Count Chocula and the strawberry-flavored Franken Berry. In the commercials, the two monsters, Count Alfred Chocula and Franken Berry, would engage in comic bickering over which cereal was better, when something or someone else interfered in their verbal sparring and scared them out of their wits. In February 1972, Franken Berry cereal included an indigestible pigment that turned some children's feces pink, a symptom sometimes referred to as "Franken Berry Stool."[5][6][7] Boo Berry, reputedly the first blueberry-flavored cereal,[8] was released on December 1973, and Fruit Brute in 1974. Fruit Brute was discontinued by 1982 and replaced in 1987 by Fruity Yummy Mummy, which was discontinued in 1992.[9]