1950s Comic - Caesar's Conquest - No. 130 - Classics Illustrated

1950s Comic - Caesar's Conquest - No. 130 - Classics Illustrated

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By Julius Caesar. Art by Joe Orlando & others. Loved and coveted by generations of Latin students, Caesar's Conquests (an adaptation of Caesar's Gallic War by 1950s social activist Annette T. Rubinstein) is filled with desperate battles and memorable characters from the brilliant tactician Caesar to the noble patriot Vercingetorix. Published in 1956, this was done by ex-EC artists!

In good condition considering age. Colors are still vibrant. Pages are somewhat yellowed due to age. One tiny tear on back page. See photo.

Middle page has been detached - see photo.

Issue is enclosed in protective sleeve

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