Doctor Solar Man Of The Atom, #16, 17, 18, 19, All Vf To Vf(-), Gold Key


Doctor Solar Man Of The Atom, #16, 17, 18, 19, All Vf To Vf(-), Gold Key

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Doctor Solar Man Of The Atom, #16, 17, 18, 19, All Vf To Vf(-), Gold Key:
$56


This sale is for-- DOCTOR SOLAR Man Of The ATOM, #16, 17, 18, 19, (4 issues) all about VF to VF(-), Gold Key


Solar was created in 1962 by writer Paul S. Newman and editor Matt Murphy, along with illustrations from artist Bob Fujitani[1] for the Silver Age comic book publisher Gold Key, a new company formed by Western Publishing who, earlier that year, had ended its business arrangement with Dell Comics.[2] The character premiered in issue #1 of Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom in Summer 1962 (cover date October 1962) in the first batch of comics released by Gold Key, with Solar being Gold Key's first original character. Though Gold Key did not have as large a distribution network as Dell Comics, the Gold Key comics stood out on the newsstand shelves because of their cover art and their 12 cent price (Dell Comics sold for 15 cents). The first two issues of Solar appeared with cover paintings by Richard M. Powers; after the second issue the cover paintings were done by George Wilson.[3] The interior artwork in the first few issues also had unique features: the superhero, Dr. Solar, did not have a costume until the fifth issue,[2] rectangular word balloons and no black holding line around each panel.[3] Following the practice of Dell Comics, and thanks to Western Publishing's reputation of publishing other child-friendly books, Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom was able to be distributed without the Comics Code Authority symbol. The original creative team of writer Paul S. Newman and artist Bob Fujitani lasted until issue #5 when Frank Bolle took over the art work. With the exception of issue #7 written by Otto Binder, Newman wrote the comic book until issue #10 when Dick Wood took over for the remainder of the series. Other artists who contributed included: Mel Crawford, Win Mortimer, Alden McWilliams (issues #20-23), Ernie Colón (issues #24-26), José Delbo (issue #27).[2]

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Doctor Solar Man Of The Atom, #16, 17, 18, 19, All Vf To Vf(-), Gold Key:
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