Friday, December 27, 2013

The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Santa Through the Groovy Age

Season's Greetings, Groove-ophiles! Let's wind down this super-special week with a look at Jolly Ol' St. Nicholas' comicbook cover appearances through the Groovy Age. Oh, the places that jolly old elf will go to ho, ho, ho!


  1. Aw, I had that Flintstones Christmas Party! I'd kill to read that again. And all those Rudolph comics - were they all Treasury-sized? Killer stuff!

  2. The Flintstones, Christmas with the Super-Heroes, and all the Rudolph's were, indeed, treasury/tabloid-sized. The last Rudolph is digest-sized--and look at the price! The economy has always been so weird...



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Special thanks to Mike's Amazing World of Comics and Grand Comics Database for being such fantastic resources for covers, dates, creator info, etc. Thou art treasures true!

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