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    Four Color #73-84 Bound Volume (Dell, 1945). The highlights of this excellent volume include the first Little Lulu comic book story (#74) as well as the only Mickey Mouse story drawn by Carl Barks (#79)! In all, the book includes #73 (The Gumps), #74 (Marge's Little Lulu), #75 (Gene Autry), #76 (Little Orphan Annie), #77 (Felix the Cat), #78 (Porky Pig), #79 (Mickey Mouse in "The Riddle of the Red Hat", Carl Barks art), #80 (Smilin' Jack), #81 (Moon Mullins), #82 (Lone Ranger), #83 (Gene Autry), and #84 (Flash Gordon, Alex Raymond art). The condition of the covers is comparable to what you would expect from NM pedigree copies. The page quality is cream to off-white. The comics have been bound into a blue hardcover volume with the title and issue numbers embossed on the spine. All comics have been trimmed as part of the binding process. Overstreet 2006 VG 4.0 value for group = $972.

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