In 1939, a Brooklyn comic artist started a company that has since dominated print, TV and the big screen.
Gen. Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was desperate. Charleston, the city he was obligated to defend, had endured what would eventually become almost two years of federal bombardment, and the Union fleet was tightening its stranglehold on the port. The general needed some way to break the...
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