Fun from the Golden Age: Lucky Coyne

Thought I’d try and give folks a little taste of what comics used to be like back when they were still fun. This little gem comes from Dynamic Comics #1, published back in 1941 by the Harry “A” Chesler Syndicate out of Holyoke, Massachusetts.

“Lucky Coyne” caught my eye simply for the Lou Fine homage that the unknown artist made of the artwork – there’s some mighty fine inking there. That artwork could’ve easily come out of the Iger-Eisner shop in it’s heyday.

The scans of this public domain story were downloaded from comicbookplus.com – if you like golden age comic books, that’s one of the big places on the net to go. And it’s free.

And here we go:

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