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Quality Comics
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Website: http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/q/quality.htm

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Notes:
Now defunct, Quality Comics is still remembered as the home of a lot of really good comics ideas. The above website is suggested as a place to read up on some characters of the Golden Age originally devised by the good people at Quality Comics.

All Quality Comics characters now belong to DC. A good portion of them were seen in DC titles in the pre-Crisis era. With some exceptions, most most Quality Comics characters were relegated to an existence on Earth-X, a world in which the Nazis won World War II. A few, like Firebrand, were eventually shown to be a part of Earth 2's All-Star Squadron. But it seems that only Plastic Man was ever a mainstream, regularly-used, Earth 1 character.

As a result of the Crisis, more of these characters, like Uncle Sam, became a part of "regular" DC continuity--although Infinite Crisis seems to be killing them off again.

Imprints:

Comic Magazines
Harry "A" Chesler
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Titles:
Total: 59

Skip to: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

A
All Humor Comics (1946)

B
The Barker (1946)
Blackhawk (1944)
Brides Romances (1953)
Broadway Romances (1950)
Buccaneers (1950)
Buster Bear (1953)

C
Campus Loves (1949)
Candy (1947)
Crack Comics (1940)
Crack Western (1949)

D
Diary Loves (1949)
Doll Man (1941)

E
Egbert (1946)
Exotic Romances (1955)
Exploits of Daniel Boone (1955)

F
Feature Comics (1939)
Feature Funnies (1937)
Flaming Love (1949)
Forbidden Love (1950)

G
G.I. Combat (1952)
G.I. Sweethearts (1953)
Gabby (1953)
Girls in Love (1955)

H
Heart Throbs (1949)
Hickory (1949)
Hit Comics (1940)
Hollywood Comics (1944)
Hollywood Diary (1949)
Hollywood Secrets (1949)
I
Intrigue (1955)

J
Jonesy (1953)

K
Ken Shannon (1951)
Kid Eternity (1946)

L
Lady Luck (1949)
Love Confessions (1949)
Love Diary (1949)
Love Letters (1949)
Love Scandals (1950)
Love Secrets (1953)

M
Marmaduke Mouse (1946)
Military Comics (1941)
Modern Comics (1945)

N
National Comics (1940)

P
Plastic Man (1943)
Police Comics (1941)

R
Range Romances (1949)
Robin Hood Tales (1956)

S
Secret Loves (1949)
Smash Comics (1939)
The Spirit (1944)

T
T-Man (1951)
Torchy (1949)
True War Romances (1952)

U
Uncle Sam Quarterly (1941)
Untamed Love (1950)

W
Web of Evil (1952)
Wedding Bells (1954)

Y
Yanks In Battle (1956)


Logo(s):
   Quality logo from 1940 to 1949 (taken from National Comics 70 Feb. 1949)
  
   Quality logo 1950 on (taken from Blackhawk 33 Oct. 1950)
  



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