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  1. Popeye Vol. 1 The Great Comic Book Tales by Bud Sagendorf

    $29.99

    There are three genius incarnations of Popeye, the comic strip by E.C. Segar, the animations by Max Fleischer, and—unknown to many—the brilliant 1940s and ’50s comic book stories by Bud Sagendorf! Comics historian Craig Yoe collects and beautifully packages the best of the best of Sagendorf’s thrilling and roll-on-the-floor laughing tales. See the Sea Hag, Bluto, and, of course, Olive Oyl, Wimpy, and Sweepea join Popeye in exciting adventures—and brilliant comic book stories. Sagendorf penned these tales with love and skill—even adding some of his own unique characters. Learn More
  2. Classic Popeye #9

    Classic Popeye #9

    $3.99

    “This comic book contains the singular most bizarre and hilarious comic book story in the history of comic books and anyone that disagrees with me will feel the wrath of me twister-sock,” proclaims feisty Classic Popeye co-editor Craig Yoe. The comics historian is referring to “Misermerites -or- I'd rather Have Termites!” Bud Sagendorf follows that right up in this ish with a wild Sappo story “The Experiment of the Sound Pills.” Plus there's a bonus special story with Swee’ Pea as a plundering pirate entitled Black Jack! Learn More
  3. Mars Attacks IDW

    Mars Attacks IDW

    $19.99

    The Martians of Mars Attacks invade five different IDW timelines and universes. Popeye, Zombies vs Robots, Kiss, The Real Ghostbusters, and The Transformers each must fight off the threat to their respective worlds. Learn More
  4. Classic Popeye, Vol. 1

    Classic Popeye, Vol. 1

    $29.99

    Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, Volume 1 contains issues #1–4, with stories such as "That's What I Yam," "Ghost Island," and "Dead Valley." Also includes all of Sagendorf's gloriously funny one-pagers. Learn More
  5. Classic Popeye #10

    Classic Popeye #10

    $3.99

    Popeye's greatest cartoonist, Bud Sagendorf, is back with no less than five sea-worthy/see-worthy stories in this lovingly reproduced comic of the 1950s, Popeye #10! 52 thick and hilarious Golden Age pages make this the most entertaining comic you will see! Arf! Arf!  Learn More
  6. Classic Popeye #11

    Classic Popeye #11

    $3.99

    The critics are raving about the classic reprints of the one-eyed sailor! “Gloriously funny writing and drawing style! Sagendorf comics are great comics!” —MTV Geek “Sagendorf was the long-time assistant to the creator of Popeye, Elzie Segar, and his comics are just as classic!” —Cartoon Brew “For any age group, in much the same way as is the Simpsons.” —The Lottery Party Learn More
  7. Classic Popeye #12

    Classic Popeye #12

    $3.99

    Doctor Doom, Catwoman and Lex Luthor are merely Sea Hag wannabes! Comicdom's greatest villain and her terrifying vultures take on our One-Eyed Sailor! "Thimble Theatre Presents A Tale of Mystery Entitled 'Witch Whistle' or 'Toot! Toot! Tweet!!!' or 'Rings, Witches and Radishes!!' or 'Pity A Radish Farmer on a Night Like This!' Starring that Staunch Defender of the Weak and Righter of Wrong, Popeye the Sailor!" Plus "A Damp Story entitled 'Drip! Drip!'". ""Swee'Pea's 'Sea Kite'", "Wimpy in 'The Double Mooch'" and even MORE brilliant and hilarious comics by the bodacious Bud Sagendorf! Learn More
  8. Classic Popeye #13

    Classic Popeye #13

    $3.99

    Popeye #13 is your lucky vintage comic reissue from 1950! Your favorite superhero, Popeye, starts with a hearty "Arf! Arf!" on the cover and you'll be laughing right along with the two-fisted sailor all through this thick 52-page Bud Sagendorf classic! Learn More
  9. Classic Popeye #14

    Classic Popeye #14

    $3.99

    MTV Geek says “Gloriously funny writing and drawing style! Sagendorf comics are great comics!”
 Comic Mix says “Bud Sagendorf’s Popeye was brilliant. The stories were as compelling and entertaining as anything on the stands at the time—and we’re talking about a period that encompassed Carl Barks’ Uncle Scrooge, John Stanley’s Little Lulu, and Shelly Mayer’s Sugar and Spike.”
 Could these guys really be wrong?! Learn More
  10. Popeye, Vol. 3

    Popeye, Vol. 3

    $17.99

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    Time for Popeye and the gang to take a trip to Goon Island to take on that ol' stinker, Bluto. Plus, Toar, that big mountain of a man, wants to become an American citizen... but it's only by going toe-to-toe with Popeye that he can prove he's got what it takes! And, when The Segarfeld Follies comes to town, there’s a new performer on the bill–The Great Blutovski! Learn More

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