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PopKulture

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  1. Captain Savage no. 11 - page stain right margin last several pages plus small bleed back cover - $5 $4
  2. I’m hoping to post some more $5 books sometime between 4 and 5:00 pm CST today - mostly some miscellaneous bronze Marvel.
  3. His entire performance in that movie is on an other level. Just watch when he goes to see Eli at his church after Joe Gunda(sp?) dies at the well, and Eli is in mid-sermon supposedly healing the old lady of arthritis. The disgust that is written all over Daniel’s face is priceless.
  4. I'm going to reduce a few of the $5 comics previously posted and offer the following package deals: Take all five men's adventure magazines pictured on this page for $50 plus shipping! Take all five Fate digests on page 13 for $22!! SOLD! I haven't sold on the Bay for several years and, as you might guess, I'm trying to avoid it...
  5. Is that white haze on the book? Or is it some artifact of the scanning process (and why wouldn’t you figure out what’s causing it)?
  6. That's it for now. I'll add a few more men's adventure magazines later and I'll also try to add a few interior pics so you can see some of the outlandish double-page splashes that accompany these stories.
  7. Stag August 1965 issue. Martin Goodman's long-running "sweat" magazine with a cool Mort Kunstler cover. Good+ with moderate cover wear but a clean interior. $18
  8. Sir! May 1962 issue. Cool cover! Typical fare for a 1960's men's adventure magazine, with over-the-top fiction and some scantily clad temptresses. - read about the man who invented adultery!! A bit more wear than the above copies, with rubbing to the covers and some edge tears and creasing. $18
  9. Real Men March 1967 issue. Typical fare for a 1960's men's adventure magazine, with over-the-top fiction and some scantily clad temptresses. Clean copy with some rubbing to the covers and minor handling wear. $18
  10. Man's Life September 1969 issue. Typical fare for a 1960's men's adventure magazine, with over-the-top fiction and some scantily clad temptresses. Clean copy with plenty of gloss and nice interior. $18
  11. Man's Life October 1966 issue. Typical fare for a 1960's men's adventure magazine, with over-the-top fiction and some scantily clad temptresses. Tight copy with general wear to covers and nice pages. $15
  12. The Last Doorbell and the Amazing Stories digest with "Breakfast at Twilight" have sold! Thanks, OtherEric!
  13. Fate magazine digest - November 1958. A compendium of all sorts of occult and bizarre stories. Fine condition $7 SOLD!
  14. Fate magazine digest - April 1958. A compendium of all sorts of occult and bizarre stories. Tear top edge cover, 1/4 inch missing bottom spine. $6 SOLD!
  15. Fate magazine digest - January 1958. A compendium of all sorts of occult and bizarre stories, including one on "magic mushrooms!" Sensible condition; some crunching to the front cover bottom edge, general wear. $7 SOLD!
  16. Fate magazine digest - April 1954. A compendium of all sorts of occult and bizarre stories. Good condition - spine crack as seen, extends to interior pages. Supple interior. $5 SOLD!
  17. Fate magazine digest - November 1952. A compendium of all sorts of occult and bizarre stories. A serviceable early issue. $7 SOLD!
  18. Amazing Stories July 1954. Contains the first printing of Phillip K. D_ck's "Breakfast at Twilight." Fair/Good condition; water damage to book upper left; upper staple rusted, a few spine cracks, decent pages. $8 SOLD!