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  Golden Age Comics Downloads
MLJ Comics, the forerunner of the Archie Series, was an outgrowth of the magazine publishing activities of Morris (sometimes spelled "Maurice") Coyne, Louis Silberkleit and John Goldwater, whose first-name initials gave the company its name.
Quality Comics was a U.S.-based company that operated from 1939 to 1956 and was an influential creative force in the Golden Age of comic books.
Comics uploaded to the system that have yet to be sorted into folders/publishers but can still be downloaded.
goldenagecomics.co.uk   (1939 words)

  Ace the Bat-Hound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The comic book character Ace the Bat-Hound was the canine crime-fighting partner of Batman and Robin in DC Comics of the 1950s and 1960s.
Ace disappeared from the Batman comics after Julius Schwartz took over as editor in 1964, and made only very occasional comic book appearances (such as in Ambush Bug #3, 1984, which looked at what were considered some of the sillier areas of the DC universe) in the years afterward.
During a seance attended by Bruce Wayne and mystic debunker Harry Houdini, Ace was referred to as Bruce Wayne's childhood pet.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ace_the_Bat-Hound   (986 words)

 Ace (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ace the Bat-Hound, a fictional canine crime-fighting partner of Batman and Robin in DC Comics
ACE (file format), is a proprietary data compression archive file format.
ACE inhibitors pharmaceuticals that are used primarily in treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ace_(disambiguation)   (531 words)

 G.I. Joe Comics Home Page: Ace
Ace was the leader of the fighter squadron that destroyed a Cobra underwater bunker that was killing marine life in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ace was part of the crew of the space shuttle Defiant on an observation mission.
Ace's Skystriker sustained heavy damage during a night recon mission in Benzheen in the aftermath of the Battle of Benzheen.
www.myuselessknowledge.com /joe/ace.html   (788 words)

 Tell me about Ace the Bat-Hound, anyone? - Tartsville
Ace was a cool dog that Dick Grayson and Bruce Wayne found injured.
Ace was a German shepherd dog, who wore a mask to cover the distinctive markings on his forehead.
Ace turned out to be a very useful ally, and eventually helped Batman and Robin rescue his master, a man named John Wilker.
www.sequentialtart.com /community/Forum2/HTML/001206.shtml   (1728 words)

 BigO Worldwide
DC blurbed their comic as the only one that "dared to present the enemy side of the war!" What bluster since Enemy Ace was about a war that had been over for 50 years.
Enemy Ace was crudely based on the life of the famous German ace, Manfred Von Richthofen, the Red Baron, who downed 80 planes before he was himself killed.
The comic's realism was giving way to the market's dictates and perhaps also the realisation that war was no longer fought with much chivalry as evidenced by the nightly news reports of the Vietnam War on television.
www.bigomagazine.com /archive/ARcomics/ARenemyace.html   (480 words)

 Silver Age Comics: Ace, The Bathound
In the story, Ace is needed to track down his owner, an engraver named John Wilker who has been kidnapped by forgers who plan to use him to create bonds.
In Batman #123, Batman is a fugitive from justice, being pursued by Robin and Ace.
Batmite turns Ace into Krypto for a story, but somehow coal gas interacts with Ace's power and makes him susceptible to control by crooks, so his super powers must be given up.
sacomics.blogspot.com /2006/03/ace-bathound.html   (899 words)

 Ozcomics 24hr Comics Challenge
At the end of the event, all the entries will be gathered and the public is asked to judge, by poll, their favorites in several categories; the best 24 page story, the best 16 page story and best 8 page story.
Ace Comics — One of Brisbane’s best comic shops, Ace Comics has been a supporter of Australian Comics for many years.
Also carrying a range of role playing equipment, Ace Comics will be hosting a Challenge party on Sunday the 13th where artists can gather and complete the challenge together and members of the public can come watch.
www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com /news/108635891457486,print.htm   (940 words)

 Comics2Film: Words From Here: George Pratt
Ace is full of brilliantly constructed pages and imagery as well as wonderful characters (Pratt also wrote the book).
Enemy Ace was based on the character created by Robert Kanigher, and written and drawn by comic great Joe Kubert, who wrote the introduction for Ace.
I find that 99% of the comics that are coming out do not interest me. The stories that people want to tell seem to be so much rehash of what I grew up with, and the stuff I grew up with was so much better.
www.comics2film.com /WFH/WFHPratt.shtml   (2807 words)

ACE comic book grading is a relative new comer in the ever-expanding Professionally Graded comic book market.
Randy was a comic shop owner that got out of the biz a few years back and it just never seemed to leave him.
The comic industry consist of many "fan boys" that are extremely loyal to their comic shop and their grading service, so it is an uphill battle being a new guy, but hey we have been wearing climbing shoes for about a year now!
columns.stlcomics.com /ironslab/V   (2568 words)

 "art of ace champion" by bryan vinson
Ten years later, in September 2006 Ace would premiere as a webcomic featuring a very round headed seventh grade super hero, but right then I had no idea what I was going to do with the guy.
Heroic, and are familiar with the old Ace Champion material may be saying, "that looks like Ace in a different costume!" Well, with the exception of the pointy nose it basicly is Ace.
Ace's new design still features a youngster, but it's been updated to a more action comic style look.
www.webcomicsnation.com /vinsoncomics/art-of-ace/series.php?view=archive&chapter=27082   (342 words)

 Sequential Tart: Retailer's Corner - Ace Comics And Games, Brisbane, Australia (vol V/iss 11/November 2002)
He consistently impressed me there with his views on the comics industry and on comics retailing, and I was delighted when he kindly agreed to be interviewed for Retailers Corner.
Some of the problems we faced were the lack of mainstream media coverage in Australia, the cost of air-freighting stock in, the fact the Spidey movie didn't open here until about a month later and an unfortunate clash with a major gaming convention that same week-end.
Comics are a tactile high-bandwidth business where people want to see and feel the merchandise up close.
www.sequentialtart.com /archive/nov02/retailer_1102.shtml   (1870 words)

 Lev Gleason's Comic House
Links to War, Western, and Romance Comics - the current dominance of superhero comics in the market was not always the case.
The Ace Comics Collection reflects on shortlived company which reprinted many Golden Age stories from the Lev Gleason line and others.
The new line hosted some of the most consistently well-written comics to be published in the Golden Age outside of DC, Fawcett, and Quality...
www.angelfire.com /mn/blaklion   (927 words)

 Enemy Ace : DC Archives
We are now carrying titles from DC Comics masterful reprinting of the best of its past.
Enemy Ace was written by Robert Kanigher and Joe Kubert.
"Enemy Ace" was the first regular feature in comics to "dare to reveal the enemy side of the war" and remains a singular achievement in comics.
www.kenpiercebooks.com /enemyace.htm   (206 words)

 Atlanta Comics Expo: February 8-10 2008
Full ACE membership covers all three days, all panels, events, demonstrations, concerts, performances, contests, and a host of other activities.
ACE memberships can be purchased through the Dragon*Con Online Store in the Atlanta Comics Expo section.
To purchase tickets to ACE, please visit the registration desk on Level 1 of the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel during registration hours.
www.atlantacomicsexpo.org /membership.php   (465 words)

 Profiles 43 - War Comics (Mar 2001)
More frequently, however, the redemption story in a war comic would deal with some kind of redemption from personal disgrace, such as tales where a deserter sentenced to death might sacrifice his life to save other troops, and thereby both prove his courage and elude the firing squad.
In this aspect, such comics probably touched on a key attraction that could bring people into life-threatening theaters of war in spite of world views and perceived self-interest that would loudly argue against such a course of action; for some, the battlefields provided on last place to validate a (supposedly) wasted life.
After a generation of war comics, writers and artists at DC - and, perhaps, to a lesser extent, other companies - sought ways to liven up material which had begun to show the strain of overuse and concept exhaustion.
www.fortunecity.com /tatooine/niven/142/profiles/pro43.html   (2269 words)

 Movie Poop Shoot - COMICS 101
However, these comics are a historical document of the culture, and to ignore or dismiss them because we now find some of the content distasteful is both irresponsible and a disservice to the fine work by these writers and artists that appears in these comics.
While we’ve mostly discussed the big boys of comics publishing in the 1940s, like National, Timely and Quality, there were a whole bunch of smaller operations also fighting for their piece of the pie.
When WW I German ace Baron Emmelmann is shot down over a Polish swamp, Emmelmann’s sheer refusal to die causes his body to merge with the vegetative matter that makes up the swamp, giving birth to the Heap, a shambling monster that needed to draw the very blood from living creatures for sustenance.
www.moviepoopshoot.com /comics101/14.html   (2532 words)

 Atlanta Comics Expo: February 8-10 2008
In just two short years, ACE developed into a very unique and exciting event, blending comics, animation, pop art, designer toys, anime, and costuming with plenty of the after-hours programming and parties that have made Dragon*Con legendary.
ACE opened our eyes to the growing popularity and importance of these additional mediums, and provided a welcome springboard to introduce fans to the many facets of pop art.
Thanks again to all those who supported ACE in its brief but exciting history and we look forward to your continued support at Dragon*Con for many years to come.
www.atlantacomicsexpo.org   (700 words)

 IGN: Ace Combat Zero Update
Based on your actions in battle, you'll be ranked under one of three Ace Style types: Mercenary, Soldier, or Knight.
Your Ace Style brings with it various changes for the coming mission, including different radio chatter, a different set of enemies, and even changes to the storyline.
We've uploaded a bunch of new screenshots of Ace Combat Zero, showing new areas of play and even a couple of new planes: the A-10A ThunderBolt II and the MiG-21bis Fishbed.
ps2.ign.com /articles/672/672321p1.html   (362 words)

 The Story of a Pipe Dream, Part Three
ACE was awesome (don’t just take my name for it Craig, the boss, you know the “little Kahuna” was a customer of theirs back when their shop was based in a bedroom.
ACE changed a bit over time it became Planet ACE as it moved into bed with the Forbidden Planet chain, then it became a Forbidden Planet in its own right before falling out of bed with the big nasty giant and going it alone once more.
ACE was a medium sized shop with an enormous mail-order service that as far as outsiders can see makes Biff alone almost as big a player as the Forbidden Planet chain.
www.comicsbulletin.com /counter/109066895983225.htm   (1341 words)

 Enemy Ace: War in Heaven - PopMatters Comic Book Review
Superman, in an issue of Action Comics, actually supported the government's imprisonment of Japanese-Americans in internment camps "for their own protection," when in reality the government and Superman feared a Pearl Harbor-like sneak attack from this innocent group.
This series was the first U.S. comic book using the enemy's point of view to look at war.
In fact, he is disgusted by the more bloodthirsty soldiers and disdains their lack of ethics and respect for their adversaries.
www.popmatters.com /comics/enemy-ace.shtml   (1062 words)

 Index to Comic Art Collection: "Ace" to "Acey"
Ace McCoy was the retitling of the Johnny Comet for the final two months of its run.
Captain Valiant : Ace of the Interplanetary Patrol, by Mick Anglo.
The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or topic.
www.lib.msu.edu /comics/rri/arri/ace.htm   (6180 words)

 MySpace.com - ACE COMICS© IS A FAKE COMPANY! - 90 - Male - www.myspace.com/ace_comics_inc
ACE COMICS© IS A FAKE COMPANY!'s Latest Blog Entry [Subscribe to this Blog]
Marc Severied’s comic book adaptation of Scripture’s Book of Revelation, explodes as the Anti-Christ is exposed, and given power to devour the vast majorities of planet Earth.
Hey ACE -- Just stopping in to say 'Hi' :) And we hope things are going well on your end of this whole comic business.
www.myspace.com /ace_comics_inc   (730 words)

 Raving Media: October 2004
Comic Book Resources - CBR News - The Comic Wire: "The first comic out of the blocks, an issue of 'Action Comics' #15 graded at 6.5 brought in $2,600.
Four hours later, the auction would be over, with comics selling for as much as $42,000 ('Flash Comics' #1, CGC graded at 6.5) and as low as $30 ('Ace Comics' #23, CGC graded at 2.0).
Comic Book Resources - CBR News - The Comic Reel: "According to the Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios are moving forward with 'X-Men 3,' hiring screenwriter Simon Kinberg to write the script."
www.ravingmedia.info /2004_10_01_archive.php   (1783 words)

 Golden Age (1938-1955): Humor, Ace Comics #3 (David McKay Publications, 1937) Condition: VG+....
Ace Comics #3 (David McKay Publications, 1937) Condition: VG+....
This label is applied to any comic book that has evidence of repair so that it will appear as it did when it was in its original condition.
This label is applied to comic books that have been signed by someone of significance to the comic, under the direct observation of a CGC employee, and are thus certified as an authentic signature by CGC.
comics.ha.com /common/view_item.php?Sale_No=17124&Lot_No=16001   (1033 words)

 Comic Book Reviews - March 1999
Comics have a long history of enshrining and debunking that concept.
And yet "Enemy Ace" is an engaging serial about a tragic man whose natural talents cause him to excel at something that he abhors.
As this is a bimonthly comic, that means almost two-years until the bloodshed begins in earnest.
home.att.net /~villemezbrown/lwybm/rslook30.html   (2345 words)

 Redeye Reviews
In addition to writing, drawing, editing and publishing more comics than almost anyone on the planet, he's launched Red Eye, a magazine about comics.
There are shades of Arkensword in the UK comics news coverage, a touch of Battleground in the articles on 2000AD, Strangers in Paradise and Don Lawrence, and a bit of Vicious in the discussion of what makes a good comic shop.
This mag tells me about comics and creators that I simply can't get info on anywhere else, without painstakingly trawling the web, and it gives something of a solidification to the usually gaseous 'small press scene'.
www.enginecomics.co.uk /redeye/redeye1/redeye1reviews.htm   (751 words)

 Spencer Spook - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
Spencer Spook is best known from 1950s comic books, making him a near-contemporary of Marvel Comics' Homer the Happy Ghost, Ajax's Spunky the Smiling Spook, Charlton's Timmy the Timid Ghost and other imitations of Casper the Friendly Ghost.
As the '50s wore on, it became common for anthology titles to be renamed after their stars, as when Animal Antics became Raccoon Kids, and Blazing West became The Hooded Horseman.
But bad debts from distributor bankruptcies forced Ace to cease publishing, and Spencer was left even deader than before.
www.toonopedia.com /spencer.htm   (541 words)

 ComicSpace - Ace_Comics_Inc's Space
ACE COMICS ® is a well grounded, professional, creative company that is based in Claremore, Oklahoma and was created by Brian L. Byrd‘s imaginary friend, Bob(except, he spells it backwards, so we call him boB).
"Ace and Vegas Girl" is the brainchild of Brian L. Byrd, the author and founder of ACE COMICS, Inc. The book was brought to live by writer Matthew J. Coming Spring, 2008.
The once quiet nights of the eternal city are upset by the crimes of a mysterious serial killer, soon surnamed The Beheader.
www.comicspace.com /ace_comics_inc   (271 words)

She was introduced in "Jumbo Comics", appearing in 167 issues, and then in her own title, "Sheena", lasting 18 issues.
lso in the 1980's, AC Comics was given permission by the former president and publisher of Fiction House, T.T. Scott, to reprint Fiction House characters.
In 1999, permission was again granted AC, by Paul Aratow now of Galaxy Publishing, to produce a book on "The Golden Age of Sheena" in which a number of classic stories from Fiction Houses' run in the 1940's were reproduced.
www.accomics.com /accomicsgoldenage/nuggetts.htm   (2646 words)

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