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Curtis Magazines was an imprint of Marvel Comics that existed from 1971 to 1980. The imprint published black-and-white magazines that did not carry the Comics Code Authority seal. Initially, page counts varied between 68, 76 and 84 pages. Curtis's name was derived from Marvel's distributor Curtis Circulation, whose logo appeared on the magazines. The Marvel brand and logo did not appear anywhere on the cover or in the indicia, the only relation to the company being the publisher's name, Magazine Management, a name that the four-color comics stopped using in 1973 but was retained for the black-and-white magazines. Although the Marvel name did not "officially" appear on the magazines until 1981, the Curtis imprint was regularly advertised in Marvel publications, characters created in (or, as in the cases of Dracula and Conan the Barbarian, developed for) one line would make appearances (or even get their own series) in the other, and Curtis was openly acknowledged as a Marvel imprint by the editors in the magazines' editorials and letter columns in both formats.
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.191 kg