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AM Archives Laurel And Hardy 1972 #1 cover a

AM Archives Laurel And Hardy 1972 #1 cover a

$3.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) John Albano, Harry Scarpelli
(A/CA) Mike Sekowsky
Everyone's favorite funnymen return in a beautiful reproduction of one of the hardest to find classic humor comics of the Bronze Age! Journey with us back to 1972 to discover three silly stories of the boys' timeless antics - 'Silly Saps at Sea,' 'Private Detectives,' and 'Them Desert Bones.' Unlock a treasure trove of rarely seen Laurel & Hardy shenanigans with the AM Archives: Laurel & Hardy 1972 special! Available with two covers - Main and 350-copy Limited Edition Cvr.
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


American Mythology sends us back in time to a era I definitely lived through. In 1972, DC Comics obtained the right to the animated versions of classic comedy team Laurel and Hardy. The animated versions were owned by Larry Harmon who also owned the rights to the animated version of Bozo the Clown. Basically the book was reprinted material from a UK comic series but featured a new story new cover by industry legends Mike Sekowsky, Henry Scarpelli, and John Albano. While there exists a cover for an issue 2 featuring Clark Kent/Superman and there was an ad for a "coming soon" DC Digest comic, DC almost immediately lost the rights. But they have resurfaced at American Mythology and we get another look at the 1972 first and only Laurel and Hardy comic DC produced. Much like their Three Stooges series of comics, Laurel and Hardy seem to be the next old school comedy team to be making a come back. With this companion issue to their Laurel and Hardy meet the Three Stooges book, American Mythology is one issue further than DC ever got! See what we were all reading in 1972! It was a more simpler time.

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) John Albano, Harry Scarpelli
(A/CA) Mike Sekowsky
Everyone's favorite funnymen return in a beautiful reproduction of one of the hardest to find classic humor comics of the Bronze Age! Journey with us back to 1972 to discover three silly stories of the boys' timeless antics - 'Silly Saps at Sea,' 'Private Detectives,' and 'Them Desert Bones.' Unlock a treasure trove of rarely seen Laurel & Hardy shenanigans with the AM Archives: Laurel & Hardy 1972 special! Available with two covers - Main and 350-copy Limited Edition Cvr.
Date Available: 03/25/2020
BONUS REVIEW by "Doc" Schaefer


American Mythology sends us back in time to a era I definitely lived through. In 1972, DC Comics obtained the right to the animated versions of classic comedy team Laurel and Hardy. The animated versions were owned by Larry Harmon who also owned the rights to the animated version of Bozo the Clown. Basically the book was reprinted material from a UK comic series but featured a new story new cover by industry legends Mike Sekowsky, Henry Scarpelli, and John Albano. While there exists a cover for an issue 2 featuring Clark Kent/Superman and there was an ad for a "coming soon" DC Digest comic, DC almost immediately lost the rights. But they have resurfaced at American Mythology and we get another look at the 1972 first and only Laurel and Hardy comic DC produced. Much like their Three Stooges series of comics, Laurel and Hardy seem to be the next old school comedy team to be making a come back. With this companion issue to their Laurel and Hardy meet the Three Stooges book, American Mythology is one issue further than DC ever got! See what we were all reading in 1972! It was a more simpler time.

I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams