TIMELY CONFIDENTIAL WHEN GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS WAS YOUNG SC (
BOLD VENTURE PRESS
One day in 1942, a kid who liked to draw responded to an advertisement in the New York Times. He carried his portfolio to a young, upstart publishing company, landing a job on the spot. That company would become Marvel Comics. Allen Bellman participated in the early years of popular characters like Captain America, the Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner. One day he left the comics field and never looked back. Five decades later, an intrepid "Golden Age" comic book collector located him. Allen received a hero's welcome from comic book historians, and now appears at conventions nationwide, proclaiming "I was there!" Herewith, his circuitous journey back to comics.
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