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Flash Gordon by Mac Raboy

Flash Gordon & Dale Arden

Flash Gordon Pinbacks

Flash Gordon, originally conceived as a competitor to another syndicate's sci-fi strip (Buck Rogers), has had the misfortune of becoming "quaint" with age... but Alex Raymond's artwork is anything but. Every panel screams "ADVENTURE!"

Al Williamson's Flash Gordon. Beautiful stuff.

Flash Gordon Chapter 1 - The Planet of Peril

Flash Gordon by Alex Raymond (1941).

Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (Universal, 1938). One Sheet (27" X 41") Chapter 1 -- "New Worlds to Conquer." After the astounding success of the first series Flash Gordon, Universal brought Buster Crabbe and Jean Rogers back to face the death ray of the Emperor Ming once again.

Alex Raymond's very first "Flash Gordon" comic strip, published Jan. 7, 1934.(Photo: © 2013 King Features Syndicate. TM Hearst Holdings, Inc.)

Buster Crabbe starred as the 1936 screen hero of the popular "Flash Gordon" movie serials.

Ming's fall begins when his doomed captives Dale Arden and Flash Gordon both take a drug that simulates death.