Tales of Fantasy #67

 48 page digest with color covers, November 2014, only $3.00 ppd.

The long awaited chapters 7 and 8 of the on-going “The Hand” saga continues this issue! Freddy Brown is one troubled young man. He’s a shy coffee shop employee, a recovering drug addict, who lives with his mother, and has a strange relationship with an atomic-powered glove. When he dons this device he feels compelled to fly out over the streets of Brookston at night on patrol in search of criminals in the act of mugging and other crimes. Through sheer force of will he is able to “zap” these miscreants with a stunning force from his glove. All well and good you think, eh? Not so! His victims suffer brain damage and worse! In addition Freddy’s hand hurts like hell when he’s not using the glove and feels the need for a “fix.” Law enforcement is looking for this self-appointed vigilante and his family and friends are adversely affected. Join us for this gripping drama as we learn more about his fate! In addition we have an episode of Every Saturday, a reprint of an 1890s newspaper, and Space Cat, and  Mails of Fantasy even includes a letter from an important artist from the history of comics (I kid you not!). Order now!

TOF #67 coverTOF #67 The Hand promoSend to:

Larry Johnson, 31 Greenbrook Rd.. Hyde Park, MA 02136

You can now order this book through PAYPAL by going to the site: https://www.paypal.com/  and going to SEND MONEY. (there’s an additional 50 cent charge) $3.50. My email is: LewBrown1@verizon.net.

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4 responses to “Tales of Fantasy #67

  1. Larry, your work is awesome.

  2. How do you order this comic

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