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  • Atlas Tales
    History and information about Atlas and Timely Comics, the precursors of Marvel Comics. Features cover scans, information about creators and titles, and more.
    www.atlastales.com
  • Crimeboss
    History of crime comics of the 1940s and 1950s. Includes a large cover gallery.
    www.crimeboss.com
  • DC Comics Timeline
    Attempt to list significant events in the history of DC Comics in as chronological order as possible.
    www.supermanartists.comics.org/dchistory/DCHISTORY-1.htm
  • Golden Age Heroes Directory Introductory Page
    An attempt to list and categorize every heroic character appearing in comics of the 40s and 50s.
    ratmmjess.tripod.com/goldopen.html
  • Golden Age of Comics
    Discussion groups, blogs, and podcasts about the comics of the 1940s and 1950s.
    www.goldenagecomics.com
  • Gone and Forgotten
    Provides a gallery and information on some of the worst comics and comic characters ever created.
    www.ape-law.com/GAF
  • Good Guys & Gals of the Golden Age
    Who's who of characters from 1938-1960.
    goldenage.cjb.net
  • Gorilla Age of Comics, The
    Go back to the days when apes on the cover meant higher sales at the newsstand.
    www.lethargiclad.com/gorilla
  • International Catalogue of Superheroes [pick] [read review]
    Listings and information about comic characters from around the world, including Canada, France, India, Mexico, Japan, and more. Also covers American independent comics.
    www.internationalhero.co.uk
  • Lev Gleason's Comic House
    Images and history from the Golden Age publisher.
    www.angelfire.com/mn/blaklion
  • Museum of Black Superheroes
    Provides the history, reviews, and critiques of various portrayals of black superheros in comics. Site includes information about the museum's exhibits, galleries, and articles about black superheros.
    www.blacksuperhero.com
  • Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art
    New York museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, and display of comic and cartoon art. Includes information about their current exhibitions, upcoming events, and pictures of their current featured work.
    www.moccany.org
  • Prescription for Excitement
    Online magazine featuring reprints of classic Golden Age comic book stories.
    home.comcast.net/~pfeonline
  • Scott Shaw!'s Oddball Comics
    Gives a weekly look at some of the craziest and strangest comic books ever published.
    www.oddballcomics.com
  • Seanbaby.com: The Hostess Page [pick] [read review]
    The shame of the Seventies. The Hostess Page provides a collection of classic comic book ads featuring superheroes hawking tasty snack treats.
    www.seanbaby.com/hostess.htm
  • Super Marketing: Ads From the Comic Books
    Featuring a gallery of the best, weirdest, and stupidest ads from the Golden and Silver Ages of comics.
    www.steveconley.com/supermarketing.htm
  • UnderGroundCOMIX.info
    Resource for collectors of underground and head comix of the 1960s and 70s.
    www.ugcomix.info
  • Victor Fox (2)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../History/Victor_Fox
  • Wertham, Frederic (1895-1981)@
    Gives information on Fredric Wertham, M.D., the man who crusaded against comic books in the first half of the 20th Century, and later came to support the art and industry he had previously attempted to destroy.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Psychologists/Wertham__Frederic__1895_1981_
  • Wikipedia: American Comic Book
    Historical overview of the comic book, from the platinum, golden, and silver ages to modern age comics.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_comic_book
 

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