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ATOMIC MOUSE - VOLUME 1 (Gwandanaland Comics #1305)

The U-235 Rodent Hero! --- This Book: Issues #1-5, 7-8 (1953-1954)

254 Pages

NOTABLE: ART BY AL FAGO

In the early Atomic Age radiation was a balance – sure, it created some monsters like Godzilla, but it also helped ATOMIC MOUSE protect the citizens of Mouseville from Count Gatto! Atomic Mouse enjoyed a long run --- 54 issues over ten years --- and although the early issues touted him as the “star of screen and television” there's no evidence he appeared anywhere but the comics....probably he was trying to piggy-back on the movie/TV success of another Mighty Rodent? In any case, Atomic Mouse is considered a pioneer in funny animal comics, one of the earliest comics dedicated to one funny animal for an extended period. ATOMIC MOUSE is the most famous creation of master comic artist Al Fago – and Gwandanaland Comics brings this great character back to life!

This is a trade paperback collecting Atomic Mouse #1-5, 7-8.

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