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This one is from Real Life Comics #50, from October 1949, uploaded to comicbookplus by Dave Hayward. Are you Spartacus? Yep, me too. The cover down below is by Alex Schomburg.





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West, May 1945
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Bill Crider sings Elvis! Don't Be Cruel & Blue Suede Shoes - YouTube


One momentous day in history, Bill Crider sent Cap'n Bob Napier a cassette tape labeled "Billy Boy & the B.B.s." Bob thinks it was sometime in the '80s, but could have been a little earlier or later. In any case, the tape has languished in a drawer at Chez Napier all these many years, and made its World Premiere on YouTube just this week. Renaissance Man that Bill was, it seems possible he could have played all the instruments and sang lead and backup vocals at the same time, but it's more likely he used a karaoke tape, just as we lesser mortals might have done. The Bouchercon pics are thanks, once again, to Sir Arthur Scott. 
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Coming to direct from the height of the Crockett Craze, it's a weird adventure from Forbidden Worlds #39, December 1955. "Tigger" scanned it for Comic Book Plus (.com). Art is credited to Kurt Shaffenberger. If true, it isn't his best. I prefer his work on the later years of Captain Marvel and the Marvel Family. 












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A couple of months back I posted some of Bob Stuart's fine photos of Portland area collector types. (You can still see them HERE.) Well, here are more of the usual suspects, this time from our May lunch at Szechuan Kitchen. Thanks, Bob, for not catching us with food in our mouths.


Don't fret about names yet. All will be revealed.

 Mike Britt and Larry Paschelke

Rob Edwards and Barry Bernard


Cheryl Britt and Bette Wald

 Frank Portwood, Dick Wald, Monte Wolverton, Carl Richter

 Tim Goodyear (far left), and friends

Debbie Cross (foreground), with June Edwards and Judy Paschelke

 Some of many wonders on hand for show and tell

Some weirdo brought this Roy Rogers playset 

Some weirdo (me) and Pat Rosenkranz

Paul Wrigley and Debbie Cross, Judy Paschelke and Bette Wald

Mike Britt and David Wilson
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