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Stardust recruits an army, so he won't have to keep saving the United States of America. From Fantastic Comics #14.
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Possibly the most bizarre of all the Stardust comics.
The following story appeared in Big 3 #2, this was the only Golden Age appearance of Stardust outside of Fantastic Comics.
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The Stardust story from Fantastic Comics #10.
I think this has the most deaths in a Stardust comic (so far anyway).
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"In early 2005, during my early research on Hanks, I contacted Will Eisner. Initially all he recollected was the Hanks drew "in the style of early Basil Wolverton". When pressed, Eisner recalled that Hanks was older than the majority of those in his ballpen who were mostly in their late teens, and that he did not hang around the studio much.

"There is one thing I do remember about him," Eisner told me, "He wrote, penciled, inked, and lettered his own work."
"Anything else?" I asked.
"And he got it in on time!" Eisner said.
"anything else?" I asked.
"Frankly nothing else really mattered," replied Eisner.

Paul Karasik, You Shall Die By Your Own Evil Creation!
Six pages from Fantastic Comics #3
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Reposted because it appears the original post was deleted, and I really wanted to show this to somebody. And this is a story no incarnation of S_D should be without!

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you are now in the power of Stardust )
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Seems like we got a lot of Stardust comics being posted recently. Here is one I drew a few months ago.

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Since the rediscovery of Fletcher Hanks' work, there have been a couple of modern takes on his most famous creation, Stardust the Super-Wizard. Alan Moore didn't hold anything back when Stardust cameo'd in League of Extraordinary Gentleman. A different take on Stardust can be found in Fantastic Comics #24, part of the Next Issue Project put out by Image Comics, with art by Mike Allred. "A Stardust comic illustrated by the guy who did Madman? Awesome!" you may be thinking. Um. Well...

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We should have been grateful. We weren't. )

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