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The Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated series continues to unveil the vicious deeds of the gangsters, gun molls, and murderers of yesteryear while reprinting some of the most notorious pre-Code comics of all time! Our latest collection--including...sob encomenda
The Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated series continues to recount the criminal deeds of the bandits, bank robbers, serial killers, and gangsters of yesteryear while reprinting some of the most notorious pre-Code comics of all time! Our latest deluxe...sob encomenda
Portland, Oregon, in the 1970s. Portland is often called the Rose City, but the denizens that inhabit its underbelly rarely smell so sweet. Dirty cops, dirty robbers. These shady characters and their illicit connections reveal the boiling corruption...
Rat-a-tat-tat! Tommy-gun-toting toughs in open-top cars roar through crowded streets in the pages of Crime Does Not Pay, the sensational 1940s true crime series that enraptured millions with its scandalous stories of ruthless gangsters and criminal...
Crime Does Not Pay — the true-crime comic that enjoyed massive circulation throughout the forties and fifties — was a hit with readers, but an easy target for Seduction of the Innocent author Dr. Fredric Wertham! The 1954 Senate Subcommittee on...
The Eisner Award-nominated archival series barrels forth with another exciting collection! You knock over a few banks, plug a few squealers, and soon the cash comes pouring in — but the crooked path you've chosen can only lead one place: the electric...
One of the best-selling comics of the 1940s, Crime Does Not Pay focused on violent mobsters and murderous lowlifes who machine-gunned their way through the urban underworld . . . until justice landed them in the chair! In 1954, the Senate...
The infamous Crime Does Not Pay stories, focusing on criminal scum, nefarious mobsters, and urban legends, made Crime Does Not Pay one of the most popular comics of the 1940s. This series was a favorite target of censors and is partially responsible...
Pyromaniacs, murderous thugs, and pinstriped goons wreak havoc in the notorious pre-Code Crime Does Not Pay anthology. This collection--featuring every uncensored page from Crime Does Not Pay issues #50 to #53--is brimming with sharp work by artists...
Deadly dames and streetwise mugs populate the pages of Crime Does Not Pay, the 1940s true-crime comic that was a hit with millions of readers, but a scandal for the guardians of public decency. Issues #38-41 of this controversial series, in which...