Pure Excitement Comics is maintained by Bill Nolan.
Vol. 1 No. 20
In This Issue:
Three great stories featuring Golden Age Mysterymen!
I have gotten so lazy here...
The Gallery of Golden Age Heroes!
A closer look at some great Golden Age characters!
A look at
comic book ads.
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Home of the weekly comic book columnist for the Scripps Howard News Service
A Yahoo club I started but abandoned, which has
started showing signs of life again lately.
A great site focusing on that particular Golden Age title.
A great site dedicated to what was probably the best
comic feature of the Golden Age!
Other Golden Age Reprints
James Ludwig's great Golden Age reprint site!
The Cheeks The Toy Wonder Home Page
A fantastic place for fans of Silver Age comics to explore!
A Guide To Marvel's Golden Age Characters
A rundown of some of the great characters I cannot feature here.
The Good Guys and Gals of the Golden Age Art Gallery
A great "who's who" of Golden Age heroes.
Offering affordable Golden Age comics on microfiche.
Comcs on CD-ROM
Offering Golden Age covers and stories on affordable CD-ROMS. Highly recommended!
Mikel Midnight Golden Age Directory
A great on-line resource for Golden Age fans. Great links.
Publisher of Golden Age Men of Mystery and more.
Welcome to the Letters Page,
everybody! I'm going to start out a little different this month and promote my
very first CD-ROM! The disc, which is available for the incredibly low price of
just $10 shipped (U.S. orders), focuses on the Target & the Targeteers, a Pure
Excitement Comics favorite!
The disc features 15 Target
stories not previously reprinted on this site, scanned at a higher quality than those online here,
as well as rescanned versions of the three previously-featured stories, for a total
of 18 great tales! The stories included are from Target Comics vol. 3 no. 1,
3/12, 4/3, 4/10, 4/11, 5/3, 5/4, 6/1, 6/2, 7/1, 7/5, 7/7, 7/9, 8/1 and 8/6, as well as
4 Most Comics vol. 5 no. 1.
In order to read these stories,
all you need is a web browser and a CD-ROM drive (one that doesn't have trouble
reading homemade CD-ROMs), and it is recommended that your monitor be set at a
resolution of at least 800x600. For detailed ordering information, e-mail me at
Hope you enjoyed the latest issue of Pure Excitement Comics! Here
is a letter I received following the last issue:
It was great seeing Sgt.
Spook and Dynamic Man in PE 19. I first discovered these and other golden age
comics in the old IW-Super reprints when I was a kid. I'm starting to get into
Golden Age comics again big time, thanks to your site. I've also sent in a membership
form to the Goldenagers discussion club.
That's it for the letters
from the last month. See you next month!
Keep up the good work.
Glad you liked the issue.
Hope you and others can make a better use of the Goldenagers club than I ever did. It
seems to have really taken off in the past few weeks, with a bunch of new members and
a fantastic collection of links. I'm glad to hear my site has lead to your return to
Golden Age collecting, I just hope it hasn't caused you to spend way too much on eBay,
like I have been lately. (Just a lame plea, everyone, but if you see an auction with "bnolan"
as the high bidder, have mercy -- it will probably end up reprinted here anyway!)
In the gallery this month is the cover of Clue Comics no. 4. The above
comic is the source of the Zippo story which kicked off this issue. The character featured on the
cover is Boy King, who fought evil with the aid of a rock giant (I'm not kidding). I'd reprint
that story, but it is one part of a multi-part story...
Artwork originally ©1943 Hillman Periodicals, Inc.
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