More Fun Comics


More Fun Comics, the first issued published in February 1935, is often credited as the first comic to feature only original material as opposed to reprints of newspaper strips. The title served as a launch pad for heroes such as The Spectre, Doctor Fate and The Green Arrow.

Before that, the title featured adventure stories, here's some of those covers.




More Fun Comics
#42, April 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





More Fun Comics
#43, May 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





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#44, June 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





More Fun Comics
#45, June 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





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#46, August 1939. Cover art by Craig Flessel.





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#47, September 1939. Cover art by Fred Guardineer.





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#48, October 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





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#49, November 1939. Cover art by Creig Flessel.





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#51, January 1940. Cover art by Sheldon Moldoff.