Do you like evil super-gorillas battling Golden Age World War II superheroes, done in a Silver Age manner? Well, look out then! Here comes the ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION by Alan Kupperberg!

The GREATEST SUPER-TEAM you’ve never heard of!

SUPER GORILLAS vs the ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION #1

© Paul Kupperberg

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SUPER GORILLAS vs the ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION #1 CONTENTS

Super Gorillas!  

MEET THE ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION! Introduction by Paul Kupperberg

Monkey Trial  

MONKEY TRIAL Mayor LaGuardia is snatched by a motley crew of super gorillas in the middle of Times Square! Who could be behind this nefarious act? Could it be Hitler? The All-American Victory Legion must split up and search the ends of the earth for the answer!

Time Out of Mind

TIME OUT OF MIND When the Victory Legion finds themselves strangers in a strange land, they struggle to return to where they belong. But how can they do that when they have no memory of their superheroic lives?

All-American Victory Legion  

The All-American Victory Legion is based on characters from the short-lived publisher, Centaur Comics (1938-1942). Best known for being the home to the legendary Bill Everett creation, Amazing-Man, Centaur Comics also gave birth to a host of Golden Age heroes, many of which have become fan favorites. Thanks to their status as characters public domain (i.e., no longer under copyright), the Centaur heroes have been reinvented over and over by fans for ‘zines and comics from independent publishers ever since their “rediscovery” in the 1960s. In 2010, Alan was commissioned by a fan to create these stories. 

After Alan’s death in 2015, copies of the All-American Victory Legion stories were discovered in his files and are of great interest not only to Alan’s fans, but to all fans of solid, Silver Age comics and storytelling.

ALAN KUPPERBERG (May 18, 1953-July 18, 2015) was a prolific comic book and comic strip artist who made his first professional sale—a weekly single-panel gag strip, The Canarsie Kid to the Canarsie Courier newspaper—just prior to being accepted at New York’s High School of Art and Design in 1967. Alan’s work appeared in DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Atlas Comics, National Lampoon, and dozens of other publications. He is best known for his work on The Invaders, The Defenders, The Blue Devil, Crazy Magazine’s Obnoxio the Clown, National Lampoon’s Frenchy the Clown, and was the artist on such syndicated newspaper comic strips as Little Orphan Annie, The Incredible Hulk, and Howard the Duck.

 

Super Gorillas vs the All-American Victory Legion #1 $1.00 OFF for a Limited Time via CreateSpace. Enter code YPFN2ANY at checkout.

 

Also available at AMAZON and on KINDLE!

 

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SUPER GORILLAS vs the ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION #1 is a 40 page color comic extravaganza! The comic will not be available in stores, only through mail order.

THE ALL-AMERICAN VICTORY LEGION © and ™ Paul Kupperberg.

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