Vintage Fantasy Comics: Prehistoric Life on Earth Tor No. 3 Circa 1954

Vintage Fantasy Comics: Prehistoric Life on Earth Tor No. 3 Circa 1954

by Joe Kubert, Norman Maurer
     
 
We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated sci/fi/fantasy comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 3 edition of "Prehistoric Life on Earth Tor No. 3, originally published in 1954.

Each of its 36 pages has been scanned from an original and has been

Overview

We are excited and proud to introduce you to one of many new/old incredibly illustrated sci/fi/fantasy comics from the Golden Age of the genre. It's fitting that we republish a masterpiece, illustrated No. 3 edition of "Prehistoric Life on Earth Tor No. 3, originally published in 1954.

Each of its 36 pages has been scanned from an original and has been formatted for Kindle. Here are the stories in this magnificently illustrated retro masterpiece:


* Isle of Fire
* Snow Trap
* Black Valley
* 1 Million B.C. of Prehistoric Animals: Pteranodon
* Danny's Dreams
* 1 Million B.C. of Prehistoric Animals: Trlosaurus


IMPORTANT:

We have worked diligently to find a way to present this fine work on an e-reader like Color Nook. If you do not mind black and white, then you can also read it on the regular Nook. But to truly enjoy the richness of color, we highly recommend the color Nook as the perfect platform for this classic sci-fi/comic comic.

We intend to publish many of these classics, so you can count on seeing more new/old titles over the coming months.

Chet Dembeck
Publisher of One

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014085021
Publisher:
Publisher of One and Last Reporter Publishing
Publication date:
02/04/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,046,228
File size:
13 MB
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This product may take a few minutes to download.

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