Magazine Enterprises (1943-1958)
An American company, founded by Vin Sullivan, which primarily published Western, humor, crime, adventure, and children's comics, abstaining from superheroes for the most part.
Notable characters include the jungle goddess Cave Girl, Ghost Rider, a supernatural-tinged Western avenger (not to be confused with Marvel Comics supernatural motorcycle rider). Other publications included licensed film and TV comics featuring comedian Jimmy Durante; suave actor Dick Powell and the CBS television series The Adventures of Robin Hood, starring Richard Greene. Their long-running title A-1 played host to numerous rotating titles, including Thun'da, which featured Frank Frazetta art.