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Today in Comics History, April 11, 1961: Disc is just the beginning
from Bob Burden's Original Mysterymen Presents #2 (Dark Horse, August 1999), script by Bob Burden, pencils by Steve Sadowski, inks by Christian Alamy, letters by Steven Haynie
On , by Bully, 39 words
Today in Comics History, April 11, 1942: Eddie Stanky and wife married by a minister from Talos IV
from Eddie Stanky [Baseball Hero] one-shot (Fawcett, 1951), script by Charles Dexter
On , by Bully, 30 words
Today in Comics History, April 9, 1940: Norway, José
"Stamp Tips" in from Tip Top Comics v.8 #1 [#85] (United Feature, June 1943), writer uncredited and unknown Later, Norway was pressed flat and turned into a stamp by Colonel Gumm.
On , by Bully, 40 words