King Features Flash Gordon comic book series began a long history. Charlton Comics continued the series with issue #12 through #18, followed by Gold Key/Whitman Comics issues with #19 through #37.
|Original Al Williamson cover artwork!|
Flash Gordon #4
"Lost Continent of Mongo"
Flash Gordon, Dr. Zarkov and Dale Arden explore the feared Lost Continent of Mongo, finding a strange city, facing armed warriors and the always menacing Ming the Merciless.
"The Sentries of Dark Mountain"
Flash, Dale and Zarkov set off for a path to the sea, only to face strange, deadly creatures from the Dark Mountain.
Written by the great Archie (His Name is...Savage, Blackmark, Manhunter, Star Wars, Wolverine/Nick Fury: Scorpio Connection) Goodwin with breathtaking Al (Star Wars, Daredevil, Clawfang) Williamson art.
As a back-up feature in Flash Gordon #4, we were introduced to Secret Agent X-9, an original Archie Goodwin & Al Williamson gem. X-9 was a nameless agent who worked for a nameless agency. Secret Agent X-9 was begun by legendary author Dashiell (The Maltese Falcon) Hammett and Alex (Flash Gordon creator) Raymond.
|This is the book you've been waiting for - Simply Fantastic!|
|The comic book pages were reformatted for the paperback, in black and white.|
|Light hearted fare, enjoyable novel!|
|The paperback Vampirella novels ran for a six book series, with fantastic covers!|
|Captain American novel actually written by Ron Goulart!|
|Bruce Cassiday's novel included scenes not in the movie.|
|Inside front cover, color filler pages, inside back cover & back cover from Flash Gordon #4!|
Live Large My Friends!
|Gritty action adventure tale by Archie Goodwin with some of the best Gil Kane art.|
|Al Williamson's inks over Johnny Romita Jr. were marvelous! Writer Ann Nocenti's best work!|
|One of my all time favorite graphic novels! Fabulous!|