Classics Illustrated Junior is a comic book series of seventy-seven fairy and folk tale, myth and legend comic book adaptations created by Albert Lewis Kanter as a spin-off of his flagship comic book line Classics Illustrated.
Read more about Classics Illustrated Junior: Publication History, Complete List of Classics Illustrated Junior Comic Books (original US Run; Also 2004-2009 Canadian R, List of Classics Illustrated Junior Comic Books (UK Series From 2008)
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... Martin and Reid, 1949) "The Canterville Ghost" (Classics Illustrated #150, UK Edition, 1962) adaptation of Oscar Wilde story "Cap'n Scamp and Flamper" (The Comic Wonder #2, Paget Publications, 1948) (reprinted in. 1951) "Glup" (The Premier #7, Paget Publications, 1948) "The Gold Bug" (Classics Illustrated #84, UK Edition, 1962) adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe story "Good Deed Gus" (The Paget Parade Comic, Paget Publications, 1949 ... Wyndham House, 1950) "Nights of Terror" (Classics Illustrated #148, UK Edition, 1962) adaptation of Wilkie Collins story "Nip McGee (Wonderman, Paget Publications, 1948) (Oh Boy! and Wonderman ...
... From issue 13 onwards, Classic Comic Store Ltd no longer published the titles (although still publishing the Classics Illustrated line), but imported the issues from Canada (w. 2012 (when issue 544 had been despatched), Classic Comic Store Ltd no longer continued with a subscription service in the UK, because of the costs involved ... World" are credited with a writer, but they are all illustrated by William A ...
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