Notable Titles Published
- Adventures into the Unknown (174 issues, Fall 1948 - Aug. 1967)
- Cookie (55 issues, Apr. 1946 - Sept. 1955)
- Forbidden Worlds (145 issues, July/Aug. 1951 - Aug. 1967)
- Giggle Comics (99 issues, Oct. 1943 - Jan. 1955) — acquired from Creston Publications
- Ha Ha Comics (99 issues, Oct. 1943 - Dec. 1954/Jan. 1955)
- Herbie (23 issues, Apr./May 1964 - Feb. 1967)
- The Kilroys (54 issues, June/July 1947 - June/July 1955)
- Lovelorn (later changed to Confessions of the Lovelorn) (114 issues, Aug./Sept. 1949 - June/July 1960)
- Romantic Adventures (later changed to My Romantic Adventures) (138 issues, Mar./Apr. 1949 – Mar. 1964)
- Soldiers of Fortune (12 issues, Mar./Apr. 1951 - Jan./Feb. 1953) — acquired from Creston Publications
- Unknown Worlds (57 issues, Aug. 1960 - Aug. 1967)
- Wrangler Great Moments in Rodeo (50 issues, 1955 - 1966)
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Famous quotes containing the words published, notable and/or titles:
“For with this desire of physical beauty mingled itself early the fear of deaththe fear of death intensified by the desire of beauty.”
—Walter Pater 18391894, British writer, educator. originally published in Macmillans Magazine (Aug. 1878)
“Every notable advance in technique or organization has to be paid for, and in most cases the debit is more or less equivalent to the credit. Except of course when its more than equivalent, as it has been with universal education, for example, or wireless, or these damned aeroplanes. In which case, of course, your progress is a step backwards and downwards.”
—Aldous Huxley (18941963)
“I have known a German Prince with more titles than subjects, and a Spanish nobleman with more names than shirts.”
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