Ibis the Invincible

    (Fawcett, 1943-1948)
™ and © Fawcett Publications, Inc.

Ibis the Invincible was a mainstay of Whiz Comics since its debut in 1940. Whiz, of course, was more memorable for being the long-running home of Fawcett’s Captain Marvel (Shazam!). Ibis was a solid character of an Egyptian wearing a turban who came back to life from being a mummy to perform his miraculous feats with the help of his Ibistick. This series never quite caught on by itself as Ibis only came out on a sporadic basis during the 40s.

— Mark Arnold

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#1

  1/1/1943
  $0.10
  $1,325.00
No copies available
  Otto Binder, Dave BergDave Berg

#2

  3/1/1943
  $0.10
  $1,025.00
No copies available
  Otto Binder, Bill Woolfolk, Dale ClarkAlex A. Blum, Bob Hebberd

#3

  12/1/1945
  $0.10
  $700.00
No copies available
 Winter 1945Bill Woolfolk, Carl Hodges, Basil WolvertonGus Ricca, Basil Wolverton

#4

  3/1/1946
  $0.10
  $400.00
No copies available
 Spring 1946Bill Woolfolk, Basil WolvertonBasil Wolverton

#5

  9/1/1946
  $0.10
  $310.00
No copies available
 Fall 1946Bill Woolfolk, Basil Wolverton, Joe MillardGus Ricca, Basil Wolverton, Kurt Schaffenberger

#6

  3/1/1948
  $0.10
  $500.00
No copies available
 Spring 1948Bill Woolfolk, Basil WolvertonGus Ricca, Basil Wolverton