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A Climax all Australian comic
Bib ID 4607750
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Description Sydney : K.G. Murray Publishing Co., [1947] 
35 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations ; 27 cm 
Series

Australian Comics Collection.

John Ryan Comic Collection.

McGee Comics Collection.

Full contents
  • Michael and his midget racer / Jim Borella Swan
  • The moon mirror / Hart Amos
  • "Atomical Tom" the boy inventor / Jim Borella Swan
  • The adventures of "Billy Binghi" / Jim Borella Swan
  • Lost in space / Noel Cook
  • Adventure underground / Anton Weitzen.
 
Notes

Cover title.

All art by Australian comic artists Jim Borella Swan, Hart Amos, Noel Cook and Anton Weitzen.

Subjects Adventure and adventurers -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Australian
Form/genre Comics (Graphic works)
Other authors/contributors Swan, Jim Borella, artist  |  Amos, Hart, artist  |  Cook, Noel, 1896-1981, artist  |  Weitzen, Anton, artist

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