The American Comics Group wasn't a powerhouse of a publisher. It wasn't notably innovative, nor did it produce a great deal of outstanding material. But it had a style of its own, and it maintained a steady presence on American newsstands for almost a quarter of a century.
It's been gone quite a few decades now, but it's still well remembered by practically everybody who had more than a passing interest in comic books during its heyday, the 1940s through the '60s.
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