Friday, August 08, 2008

#050.Classics Illustrated

Classics Illustrated is a comic book series featuring adaptations of literary classics such as Moby Dick, Hamlet, and The Iliad. Created by Albert Kanter, the series began publication in 1941 and finished its first run in 1971, producing 169 issues.
27 of these were 1st shared  in 7th post, sifted here for those who came in late, can find easily. Enjoy!

001. THE THREE MUSKETEERS Alexandre Dumas
002. IVANHOE Walter Scott (7th post)
003. THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO Alexandre Dumas
004. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS James Fennimore Cooper (7th post)

005. MOBY DICK Herman Melville (7th post)
006. TALE OF TWO CITIES Charles Dickens
007. ROBIN HOOD J. Walker McSpadden (7th post)
008. ARABIAN NIGHTS (7th post)

009. LES MISERABLES Victor Hugo
010. ROBINSON CRUSOE Daniel Defoe (7th post)
011. DON QUIXOTE Miguel DeCervantes
012. RIP VAN WINKLE & HEADLESS HORSEMAN Washington Irving


013. DR JEKYLL & MR. HYDE Robert Louis Stevenson (7th post)
014. WESTWARD HO! Charles Kingsley
015. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN Harriet Beecher Stowe
016. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS Jonathan Swift (7th post)

017. THE DEERSLAYER James Fennimore Cooper
018. THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Victor Hugo (7th post)
019. HUCKLEBERRY FINN Mark Twain
020. THE CORSICAN BROTHERS Alexandre Dumas

021. THREE FAMOUS MYSTERIES Doyle-Poe-Maupassant
022. THE PATHFINDER James Fennimore Cooper
023. OLIVER TWIST Charles Dickens
024. A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT Mark Twain

025. TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST R H Dana Jr.
026. FRANKENSTEIN Mary W Shelley (7th post)
027. THE ADVENTURES OF MARCO POLO
028. MICHAEL STROGOFF Jules Verne

029. THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER Mark Twain (7th post)
030. THE MOONSTONE William Wilkie Collins (7th post)
031. THE BLACK ARROW Robert Louis Stevenson
032. LORNA DOONE R D Blackmore

033. THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES Arthur Conan Doyle
034. MYSTERIOUS ISLAND Jules Verne
035. THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII Bulwer-Lytton-Edward
036. TYPEE Herman Melville

037. THE PIONEERS James Fennimore Cooper
038. THE ADVENTURES OF CELLINI
039. JANE EYRE Charlotte Bronte
040. MYSTERIES Edger Allan Poe

041. TWENTY YEARS AFTER Alexandre Dumas
042. SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON Jonathan Wyss
043. GREAT EXPECTATIONS Charles Dickens
044. MYSTERIES OF PARIS Eugene Sue

045. TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS Thomas Hughes
046. KIDNAPPED Robert Louis Stevenson
047. TWENTY THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA Jules Verne (7th post)
048. DAVID COPPERFIELD Charles Dickens

049. ALICE IN WONDERLAND Lewis Carroll (7th post)
050. TOM SAWYER Mark Twain
051. THE SPY James Fennimore Cooper
052. THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES Nathaniel Hawthorne

053. A CHRISTMAS CAROL Charles Dickens (7th post)
054. THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK Alexandre Dumas
055. SILAS MARNER George Eliot
056. TOILERS OF THE SEA Victor Hugo

057. SONG OF HIAWATHA Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
058. THE PRAIRIE James Fennimore Cooper
059. WUTHERING HEIGHTS Emily Bronte
060. BLACK BEAUTY Anna Sewell (7th post)

061. THE WOMAN IN WHITE Wilkie Collins
062. WESTERN STORIES Bret Harte
063. THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY Edward Everett Hale
064. TREASURE ISLAND Robert Louis Stevenson (7th post)

065. A BIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
066. CLOISTER AND THE HEARTH Charles Reade
067. THE SCOTTISH CHIEFS Jane Porter
068. JULIUS CAESAR William Shakespeare

069. AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS Jules Verne
070. THE PILOT James Fennimore Cooper
071. THE MAN WHO LAUGHS Victor Hugo
072. THE OREGON TRAIL Francis Parkman

073. THE BLACK TULIP Alexandre Dumas
074. MR. MIDSHIPMAN EASY Frederick Marryat
075. THE LADY OF THE LAKE Walter Scott
076. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA Anthony Hope (7th post)

077. THE ILIAD Homer (7th post)
078. JOAN OF ARC
079. CYRANO DE BERGERAC Edmond Rostand
080. WHITE FANG Jack London (7th post)

081. THE ODYSSEY Homer (7th post)
082. THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE Robert Louis Stevenson
083. THE JUNGLE BOOK Rudyard Kipling
084. THE GOLD BUG ETC Edgar Allan Poe

085. THE SEA WOLF Jack London
086. UNDER TWO FLAGS Ouida
087. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM William Shakespeare
088. MEN OF IRON Howard Pyle

089. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Dostoyevsky
090. GREEN MANSIONS W H Hudson
091. THE CALL OF THE WILD Jack London
092. MILES STANDISH Longfellow


093. PUDD'NHEAD WILSON Samuel L Clemens
094. DAVID BALFOUR Robert Louis Stevenson
095. ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT Erich Maria Remarque
096. DANIEL BOONE John Bakeless

097. KING SOLOMON'S MINES H Rider Haggard
098. THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE Stephen Crane
099. HAMLET William Shakespeare
100. MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY Nordhoff & Hall

101. WILLIAM TELL Frederick Schiller
102. THE WHITE COMPANY Arthur Conan Doyle
103. MEN AGAINST THE SEA Nordhoff & Hall
104. BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE Frank Buck

105. FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON Jules Verne
106. BUFFALO BILL
107. KING OF THE KHYBER RIFLES Talbot Mundy
108. KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE

109. PITCAIRN'S ISLAND Nordhoff & Hall
110. A STUDY IN SCARLET Arthur Conan Doyle
111. THE TALISMAN Walter Scott
112. THE ADVENTURES OF KIT CARSON

113. THE FORTY FIVE GUARDSMEN Alexandre Dumas
114. THE RED ROVER James Fennimore Cooper
115. HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONE Henry M Stanley
116. THE BOTTLE IMP Robert Louis Stevenson

117. CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS Rudyard Kipling
118. ROB ROY Walter Scott
119. SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE Richard Harding Davis
120. HURRICANE Nordhoff & Hall

121. WILD BILL HICKOK
122. THE MUTINEERS Charles Boardman Hawes
123. FANG AND CLAW Frank Buck
124. THE WAR OF THE WORLDS H G Wells (7th post)

125. THE OX-BOW INCIDENT Walter Van Tilburg Clark
126. THE DOWNFALL Emile Zola
127. THE KING OF THE MOUNTAINS Edmond About
128. MACBETH William Shakespeare

129. DAVY CROCKETT
130. CAESAR'S CONQUESTS Julius Caesar
131. THE COVERED WAGON Emerson Hough
132. THE DARK FRIGATE Charles Boardman Hawes

133. THE TIME MACHINE H G Wells (7th post)
134. ROMEO AND JULIET William Shakespeare
135. WATERLOO Chatrian Erckmann
136. LORD JIM Joseph Conrad

137. THE LITTLE SAVAGE Frederick Marryat
138. JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH Jules Verne
139. IN THE REIGN OF TERROR G A Henty
140. ON JUNGLE TRAILS Frank Buck

141. CASTLE DANGEROUS Walter Scott
142. ABRAHAM LINCOLN
143. KIM Rudyard Kipling
144. THE FIRST MEN IN THE MOON H G Wells (7th post)

145. THE CRISIS Winston Churchill
146. WITH FIRE AND SWORD Henry K Sienkiewicz
147. BEN HUR Lew Wallace
148. BUCCANEER

149. OFF ON A COMET Jules Verne
150. THE VIRGINIAN Owen Wister
151. WON BY THE SWORD G A Henty
152. WILD ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN Ernest Thompson Seton


153. THE INVISIBLE MAN H G Wells (7th post)
154. THE CONSPIRACY OF PONTIAC Francis Parkman
155. THE LION OF THE NORTH G A Henty
156. THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO Bernal Diaz Del Castillo

157. THE LIVES OF THE HUNTED Ernest Thompson Seton
158. THE CONSPIRATORS Alexandre Dumas
159. THE OCTOPUS Frank Norris
160. THE FOOD OF THE GODS H G Wells (7th post)

161. CLEOPATRA H Rider Haggard
162. ROBUR THE CONQUEROR Jules Verne
163. THE MASTER OF THE WORLD Jules Verne (7th post)
164. THE COSSACK CHIEF Nikolai Gogol

165. THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE Alexandre Dumas
166. TIGERS AND TRAITORS Jules Verne
167. FAUST Goethe
168. IN FREEDOM'S CAUSE G.A. Henty

169. NEGRO AMERICANS

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These are one of the best comics ever published, don't miss, if you never read before.

Thanks a lot original uploaders.

49 comments:

  1. what can i say? one of the best posts! man this is something

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  2. I think we must do something for all the trouble you all take ( all posters and scanners etc). any ideas anyone? Mere lip thanks is not enough.
    also can you disable the word verification? its such a pain- every time we have to enter that too.

    Krishna

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  3. This is an awesome post! Thanks, Prabhat! I eagerly look forward to reading the Jules Verne titles.

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  4. o.i.c.: Welcome friend.

    krishna: Your well wishes are more than enough. Disabled the word verification as you asked.

    deb: Welcome Deb.

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  5. O Thanks Prabhat. That was nice of you to disable the verification. Whats the next post? or is it suspense?! all the posts are so well organized.
    Krishna

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  6. Awesome post Thanks for your effort prabhat..found rapidshare links of these comics on another site but mediafire links are always welcome since they are free and without limits. Keep up the good work!!!

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  7. theblabberingbard: These are all time classics, and will live long. I find rapidhare links at two sites, as you said mediafire links are more comfortable, that is why uploaded.

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  8. krishna: Next post is Hindi covers of Indrajal comics.

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  9. krishna: Sorry, next post is one more King's Flash Gordon.

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  10. great! just downloaded this great comic. I have one query. are we in any danger of being shut by any copy right owner? i hope not - but then we need to have a mirror site to back up all these? has any one thought about this?

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  11. krishna: I also hope not, but I will open a new blog or not for public, I can't say about it at present. If yes, I will obviously remove the objected posts. In my opinion ecomics & ebooks encourage to buy it. I'm personally again started collection of my favorite books & comics.
    I keep back up of all these post for myself.

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  12. What a great job…!! Giving us such a fine collection is a true gift from you. I can hardly believe my eyes, there are so many issues in your post. It's amazing and thrilling. And reading them is really a pleasant manner to approach or to revise classical works.

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  13. alain: I like this series very much, so decided to share my collection with friends. Glad to know that you like the series.

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  14. Thanks a ton!!!

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  15. Thanks a lot friend
    I was searching for this long forgotten classic novels in comic book format.and finally stumbled upon it.I had my hands on to some of the classic illustration issues and i yearned for more in those days (when i was in 8th or 7th grade.12 years back to be precise).It was an emotional fulfillment.thank you again for revoking the experiences i had, enjoying these books in those days.

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  16. Spiderman: You were lucky. I come to know about these only few years ago. Glad to see there is one more person who loves classics. If you are searching any more series or particular comics, let me know. May be I've these. Soon after IJC can post.

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  17. yeah i am lucky.i read almost all tin tin and Astrix series and its good to find the series in your blog i have not gone through it but sure i will. it will be hard to point any particular illustrated classics.as i find many of them in your list already .and i have read only 3 or 4 of them frankenstien is what i am reading now.Post Shakespeare if you have it in illustrated classics.hamlet is one of my favorite .i would like more of Shakespeare.
    And friend one more thing i am a great fan of Archie comics.please post Archie comic series if possible.

    Thanks a lot and lot of praise for you(that wont be enough!!).

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  18. Thanks a lot for this wonderful collection!!

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  19. WOW! This is indeed a wonderful treasure trove which I managed to discover just now. Thanks so much Prabhat!

    Comicos

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  20. Hallo there!my best regards from Greece!My copliments for this amazing collection!

    Please Is there any chance to find

    Classics Illustrated 146 – The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

    printed in the UK and not printed in the US series?

    Thanks in advance!

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  21. @nakos: Thanks! We'll try to search and post. Pls subscribe for feeds any option you like, you'll be aware when posted.

    There is good news for collectors. William Jones Informed me that we could buy all from http://www.jacklakeproductions.com/File57.asp?id=57 directly. Planning to buy at least 3 sets for my kids & cousins.

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  22. Thanks for your interesting!You can notify my anyway you want!The easier is to add it here,with a comment!

    Sorry for my english,i can read well,but I write pathetically!I am always hesty!

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  23. nice collection for return in studenthood.....some books are rare, and i want more Jules Verne,H G Wells comics collections..i like sifi & adventure comics..

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  24. Please fix the link of Hiawatha and also King of the Khyber Rifles

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  25. Thanks a lot for this wonderful collection!!

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  26. nice collection for return in studenthood.....some books are rare, and i want more Jules Verne,H G Wells comics collections..i like sifi & adventure comics..

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  27. yeah i am lucky.i read almost all tin tin and Astrix series and its good to find the series in your blog i have not gone through it but sure i will. it will be hard to point any particular illustrated classics.as i find many of them in your list already .and i have read only 3 or 4 of them frankenstien is what i am reading now.Post Shakespeare if you have it in illustrated classics.hamlet is one of my favorite .i would like more of Shakespeare.
    And friend one more thing i am a great fan of Archie comics.please post Archie comic series if possible.

    Thanks a lot and lot of praise for you(that wont be enough!!).

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  28. Spiderman: You were lucky. I come to know about these only few years ago. Glad to see there is one more person who loves classics. If you are searching any more series or particular comics, let me know. May be I've these. Soon after IJC can post.

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  29. Thank you so much for your immense effort and most of all your generosity in sharing such a wonderful collection with us all.

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  30. I like your website. Thank you for great information. I will come back to your website again.

    best regards

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  31. You'd never know how happy I am by stumbling with your blog. I have been looking for these classics for 20 years now (since reading them when I was about 10 years old). My grandmother used to have a collection of these works but because of neglect, natural decomposition of paper, flooding and dirt (in her basement) - all of them were damaged and destroyed. Now with technology I'm glad that I could read comics with my iPad through a comic reader. I could never thank you enough for sharing these graphic novels. Now I can also share them to my children. Thank you so much.

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  32. Thanks dude, this post is epic!

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  33. This is just Awesome .. love it!!
    Thank you so much for your hard work for us... fabulous!!

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  34. All classics link cannot be opened..

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  35. Thanks, all for your wonderful efforts to recreate lost magical momments and the precious deligts of our child hood

    but all the classic links are not working , could anyone email new links or email me the comics one by one

    it would be greatly appreciated

    contact
    nirmal_devaraj@yahoo.com

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  36. I have several copies of classics illustrated on ebay at the moment. All British versions. Some very collectable.

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  37. Can you reupload these?All links are dead.

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  38. I'm having a problem locating the issue labelled "7th Post"..? In specific I was looking for the "Odyssey" adaptation...

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  39. please reupload

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  40. please post it again or give the links of bundled comics. now the links are not working.

    Thanking you
    b.mahesan

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  41. hello sir can u send me marvel comics illustrated ivanhoe and oddecy comics linke

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  42. Replies
    1. the last part is damaged
      may you re upload it please

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  43. How can I get the classic illustrated comics either in hard or soft copies. Kindly advise. My email is satyaukil@gmail.com

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  44. The 101-169 link seems to be dead

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  45. The 101-169 link is incorrectly attached with 01-50 saved files. Please correct it if possible. :-)

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  46. After 100 and above links are not working, plz do it correct

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