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|Updated||October 13, 2013|
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Get Attack on Planet Mars Comics comic book now and enjoy these features:
– This is standalone app – no additional comic book reader needed.
– Comic is adjusted for mobile phones screens.
– App can be moved to SD card (App2SD supported)
Attack on Planet Mars Comics is another free comic book from the series of our digital comics here at Google Play. If you are a fan of old comic books and graphic novels, then this is the the app for you.
This comic belongs to Golden Age Comics and belongs to public domain. Therefore, it is free and legal to have it on your phone.
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Attack On Planet Mars was a one-shot comic, published by Avon Periodicals in 1951.
It was mainly a collection of reprints taken from another Avon title Strange Worlds issue #18, published the previous year.
The introduction was drawn by Joe Kubert.
Tarrano Strikes was pencilled by Carmine Infantino and inked by Joe Kubert.
Princess of the Electronized Tower, Fugitives From The Warlord and the title feature Attack On Mars were all pencilled by Carmine Infantino and inked by Vince Alascia.
Avon Publications was an American paperback book and comic book publisher. As of 2010, it is an imprint of HarperCollins, publishing primarily romance novels.
Avon Books was founded in 1941 by the American News Corporation (ANC) to create a rival to Pocket Books. They hired brother and sister Joseph Myers and Edna Myers Williams to establish the company. ANC bought out J.S. Ogilvie Publications, a pulp magazine publisher partly owned by both the Myers, and renamed it “Avon Publications”. They also got into comic books. “The early Avons were somewhat similar in appearance to the existing paperbacks of Pocket Books, resulting in an immediate and largely ineffective lawsuit by that company. Despite this superficial similarity, though, from early on Myers differentiated Avon by placing an emphasis on popular appeal rather than loftier concepts of literary merit.” The first 40 titles were not numbered. First editions of the first dozen or so have front and rear endpapers with an illustration of a globe. The emphasis on “popular appeal” led Avon to publish ghost stories, sexually-suggestive love stories, fantasy novels and science fiction in its early years, which were far removed in audience appeal from the somewhat more literary Pocket competition.
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