A Robin Hood Giant #1 last edited by cbishop on 11/19/18 08:19PM View full history

Facebook solicitation, November 15, 2018:

NEW RELEASE - AND AS WE KNOW, THESE STORIES ARE 100% TRUE....

A ROBIN HOOD GIANT

496 Pages

The tales of Robin Hood, his Merry Men, Maid Marian, The Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John have appeared in literature and entertainment of all types, probably for centuries. No fewer than ten different comic series have carried the title ROBIN HOOD – and why not?

The adventures are colorful, exciting, and timeless. The Magazine Enterprises version contains some of the best stories and art of the Robin Hood genre. Part way through the series it became a tie-in to the TV series on CBS (important from England) starring Richard Greene. We have the whole series here!

The Quality Comics series is obviously greatly inspired by the Errol Flynn Robin Hood of the movies, telling of the brave but irreverent Robin with his jolly bad of outlaws. This short-lived version is a must-have for all Robin Hood and adventure comics fans. We have the whole series here!

The 11-Issue Charlton series (the first four issues are included here) tells of young Robin, just learning his destiny in Medieval England and his duty to King Richard and his people! This series features excellent writing and illustration, including work by the very popular Steve Ditko!

To pack in as much ROBIN HOOD adventure as possible, were removed the ads and the text stories - - if you want these complete as published, grab Gwandanaland Comics #253 (Charlton), #1457 (Magazine Enterprises) and Gwandanaland Comics #1458 (Quality Comics).

Amazon solicitation, November 15, 2018:

A Robin Hood Giant #1: Gwandanaland Comics #2170 -- A Massive Collection of Robin, His Merry Men, Maid Marion and all The Thrilling Adventure of the Dark Ages

495 pages

The tales of Robin Hood, his Merry Men, Maid Marian, The Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John have appeared in literature and entertainment of all types, probably for centuries. No fewer than ten different comic series have carried the title ROBIN HOOD – and why not? The adventures are colorful, exciting, and timeless. The Magazine Enterprises version contains some of the best stories and art of the Robin Hood genre. Part way through the series it became a tie-in to the TV series on CBS (important from England) starring Richard Greene. The Quality Comics series is obviously greatly inspired by the Errol Flynn Robin Hood of the movies, telling of the brave but irreverent Robin with his jolly bad of outlaws. This short-lived version is a must-have for all Robin Hood and adventure comics fans. The 11-Issue Charlton series (the first four issues are included here) tells of young Robin, just learning his destiny in Medieval England and his duty to King Richard and his people! This series features excellent writing and illustration, including work by the very popular Steve Ditko!

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