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One Shots
PublisherAvon Periodicals | Date: | Lang: English
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   By Firefly
King Solomon's mines is a perfect example of what a perfect comic book should be. It has excellent formatting, superb arrangement of panel placement and very natural realistic drawings. If only every comic book artist would do the same, I am sure there would be many more comic book fans.
 
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Publication1951 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1
 
FeaturingAllan Quatermain
CreditsPencils: Lee Ames (signed) | Inks: Lee Ames
ContentCharacters: Allan Quatermain
 
Foreword/Afterword"Why did Scragga, son of the renegade ruler, attack Sir Henry?" (1 page)
FeaturingAllan Quatermain
CreditsPencils: Rafael Astarita | Inks: Rafael Astarita
ContentGenre: Adventure; Jungle | Characters: Allan Quatermain
Notesinside front cover Notes as for main story.
 
Comic StoryKing Solomon's Mines (25 pages)
FeaturingAllan Quatermain
CreditsPencils: Rafael Astarita | Inks: Rafael Astarita
ContentGenre: Adventure | Characters: Allan Quatermain (introduction)
NotesAdapted from the novel KING SOLOMON'S MINES by H. Rider Haggard. Originally credited to Lee Ames, but the art is identical to Astarita's signed stories in "Real Life Comics" #53, "Intimate Confessions" #5 and "Realistic Romances"#8 (IW-edition). Compare the faces, ears, eyes and hands, and also compare the signed Lee Ames "Dusty Rhodes" stories in "Fight Comics" #13 and #19. Faces, hands and "wet look" inking are all very different from this Astarita art.
 
Comic StoryThe Race-Track Rub-Out (6 pages)
ContentGenre: Crime
 
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