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    Four Color #25-36 Bound Volume (Dell, 1943-44). The fun continues with this third volume of Four Color (second series) issues, beautifully bound together in this hardcover book. Included: #25 (Andy Panda -- first issue), 26 (Popeye), 27 (Mickey Mouse and the Seven-Colored Terror -- this copy has a slight dust shadow on the front cover), 28 (Wash Tubbs), 29 (Donald Duck and the Mummy's Ring -- classic Carl Barks story and art), 30 (Bambi's Children), 31 (Moon Mullins), 32 (Smitty), 33 (Bugs Bunny Public Nuisance No. 1), 34 (Dick Tracy), 35 (Smokey Stover), and 36 (Smilin' Jack). The comics appear to have been VF or better before being trimmed and bound; other than the dust shadow on #27, all have retained their original cover freshness (most were printed on matte-finish paper) and supple interior page quality. The outside binding is tight and mostly scuff-free. Overstreet VG 4.0 value for group = $1,960.

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    May, 2006
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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