Series: Timely Comics

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The Golden Age Of Marvel Comics, Volume 1 by Jack Kirby
The Golden Age Of Marvel Comics, Volume 2 by Jack Kirby
Marvel Comics Re-Presents The First Ever Marvel Comics (#1) by Martin Goodman
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 036: Golden Age Marvel Comics No. 1 & Marvel Mystery Comics Nos. 2-4 by Carl Burgos
Marvel Masterworks, Volume 183: Golden Age Marvel Volume 7 by Stan Lee

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  1. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 051: Golden Age The Human Torch Nos. 2-5A by Carl Burgos (1824)
  2. The Marvels Project: Birth of the Super Heroes by Ed Brubaker (2010)
  3. T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Archives, Volume 2 by Michael Uslan (2003)
  4. The Greatest 1950s Stories Ever Told by Mike Gold (1990)
  5. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 164: Atlas Era Venus Nos. 1-9 by Stan Lee (2011)
  6. All in Color For a Dime by Richard A. Lupoff (1970)
  7. Essential Ant-Man, Volume 1 by Stan Lee (2002)
  8. Photo-Journal Guide to Marvel Comics, Volume 4 (K - Z) by Ernst Gerber (1995)
  9. The Greatest Golden Age Stories Ever Told by Mike Gold (1900)
  10. Swords of Cerebus Volume 1 by Dave Sim (1981)
  11. Origins of Marvel Comics by Stan Lee (1974)
  12. The Steranko History of Comics 1 by James Steranko (1970)
  13. The Great Comic Book of Heroes by Jules Feiffer (1965)
  14. Avengers: Celestial Madonna by Steve Englehart (2002)
  15. The Complete Terry and the Pirates Volume 1: 1934-1936 by Milton Caniff (2007)

Series description

Golden Age Marvel Comics, when the company was known as Timely Comics.


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