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The Comics

The newspaper funnies were some of the first places to find comics that everyone could enjoy, and in the early days some of those comics were licensed out for coloring books. Characters like Dick Tracy, Red Ryder, and The Peanuts got their own books for everyone to color and enjoy.


Show Titles Images Comments Impressions
Adventures of Smilin' Jack, The  0 0 0
Alley Oop  0 0 0
Angel  0 0 0
Archies, The  19 0 44323
Asterix  0 0 0
Avengers  0 0 0
B.C.  0 0 0
Bananaman  0 0 0
Batman  5 0 8077
Bazooka Joe  0 0 0
Beano  0 0 0
Beetle Bailey  0 0 0
Billy & Buddy  0 0 0
Blondie  0 0 0
Broom-Hilda  0 0 0
Buck Rogers  0 0 0
Captain America  0 0 0
Cartoon Collection  6 0 1049
Comic Strips  3 0 1726
DC Super Heroes  10 0 2238
Dennis & Gnasher  0 0 0
Dennis the Menace  0 0 0
Dick Tracy  0 0 0
Dizzy Duck  0 0 0
Electro-Man  0 0 0
Family Circus, The  0 0 0
Fantastic Four  0 0 0
Flash Gordon  0 0 0
Freckles and his Friends  0 0 0
Garfield  6 0 793
Green Hornet  0 0 0
Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel's  0 0 0
Howard the Duck  5 0 7224
Incredible Hulk, The  18 0 13707
Iron Man  0 0 0
Katzenjammer Kids, The  0 0 0
Li'l Abner  0 0 0
Little Iodine  0 0 0
Little Lulu  0 0 0
Little Monsters, The  0 0 0
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2003-2021 Copyright by Retro Reprints. All rights reserved. * Most of the images in the archive have been scanned from existing coloring books, and digitally remastered for archival and educational purposes ONLY. The books represented here may not contain all the images that were initially published, since some may have been removed from the book before I received it. We have tried to restore as many as possible for your enjoyment and for reference.