What Hitler And Axis Covers Comics Do You Have?
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I'm still amazed at the number of unique axis covers out there. Here's one I picked up last night. (thumbs u

 

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One of my favorites!

 

West

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One of my favorites!

 

West

 

Awesome (thumbs u

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Hitler is driving one of his war machines!

 

West

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Another one of my favorites!

 

West

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Well, now you've gone and done it. You've posted every one ever made.

 

Nothing left to see here.

 

:whistle:

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Any book with the Red Skull has to be cool!

 

West

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West - awesome books!!! Those Young Allies are beauties!!! (worship)

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Why does it look like you have a three hole punch on the slabs?? And nice books!

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I'm still amazed at the number of unique axis covers out there. Here's one I picked up last night. (thumbs u

 

hitleroctopus.jpg

 

 

Funny you should show this, I just picked up mine about 2 weeks ago:

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Why does it look like you have a three hole punch on the slabs?? And nice books!

 

Because I scanned the xeroxes that I hole-punched to put in a binder. and thanks!

 

West

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There are really too many to post, but here's one that I really like:

 

 

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my favorite Hitler cover. (thumbs u

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Some of my faves:

 

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My one and only

 

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My one and only

 

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And surely the one that is a keeper for sure (worship)

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There are really too many to post, but here's one that I really like:

 

 

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It seems like most of the covers featuring Hitler show him as a buffoon, scared, or just generally ridicule him. This one however presents him in a more sinister light. Real Life Comics #3 is another good one (paging adamstrange)

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I previously posted this one in the Funny Animal War Covers thread, but thought it was worth posting in this thread as well.

 

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