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Total Number of Series: 8
Total Number of Issues: 58
1878: Bryan, Brown and Company is formed, incorporating as Bryan Brown Shoe Company three years later.
1904: The company buys the rights to the Richard Fenton Outcault cartoon character, Buster Brown.
The little blond boy and his dog Tige became the emblem of the Brown Shoe Company children's line.
Adventures of Robin Hood 1956 7 issues
Buster Brown Comic Book 1945 43 issues
Buster Brown Comic Book: Jet Age 1950 1 issue
Buster's Book of Jokes and Jingles 1904 3 issues
Incidents in the Life of Buster Brown 1904 1 issue
Founded by Father Louis Gales, who also created the long-running Catholic Digest, the Guild created educational materials for Catholic youth, often featuring exciting adventure stories, saints’ lives, and other “illustrated classics” type edutainment.
You can find more scans from the American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
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GCD info: Founded in c1938 as the publishing arm of the Young Communist League.
In 1944, when the YCL disbanded, and the American Youth for Democracy founded, the New Age Publishers, Inc became affiliated with that organization.
New Age Publishers, Inc is known to have published non-comics magazines, pamphlets, etc from 1943 to 1946.
There is a possibility that New Age Publishers, Inc published some of these comics as a surrogate for Lev Gleason during the WW2 paper restrictions.
Border Patrol 3 issues
Captain Rocket 1 issue
Co-Ed Romances 1 issue
Love Life 1 issue
Red Arrow 3 issues
Saari 1 issue
Weird Adventures 3 issues
Western Frontier 3 issues
An American publisher who opted for printing its comics in Canada; However, they were compiled in USA, with American advertisements & were destined for the US market (distributed by Kable News); The editorial address was 30 Rockefeller Plaza, NYC, which was also used by another comic book publisher, D.S. Publishing Co. (1948-1950); no further connection is known at this time.