Solomon Grundy's first appearance in All-American Comics #61 (Oct. 1944).
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|Publication date||April 1939 - October 1948|
|Number of issues||102|
All-American Comics was the flagship title of comic book publisher All-American Publications, one of the forerunners of DC Comics. It ran for 102 issues from 1939 to 1948. Characters created for the title, including Green Lantern, the Atom, Red Tornado, Doctor Mid-Nite, and Sargon the Sorcerer, later became mainstays of the DC comics line.
Publication history 
All-American Comics published 102 issues from April 1939 to October 1948. Key issues of the title include issue #16, the debut of the Golden Age Green Lantern, and issue #19, the debut of the Golden Age Atom, and the last appearance of Gary Concord - The Ultra Man).
All-American Publications and all its titles were purchased by National Periodicals (DC Comics) in 1946. In 1948, responding to the demand for Western comics, All-American Comics changed title and format to All-American Western. In 1952, it changed title and format again to All-American Men of War, which lasted two more issues until the series was cancelled. (DC immediately relaunched All-American Men of War under a new numbering system.)
A 1999 one-shot issue was a part of the storyline "Justice Society Returns."
Recurring features 
In addition to Green Lantern, the Atom, Red Tornado, Doctor Mid-Nite, and Sargon the Sorcerer, other features included the newspaper comic strip reprints and similar original features Hop Harrigan, Toonerville Folks, Scribbly, Mutt and Jeff, and Ripley's Believe It or Not!.
- These books are very scarce; there are only 80 known copies of All-American Comics #19 in the CGC Census.
Sources consulted 
- All-American Comics at the Grand Comics Database
- All-American Western at the Grand Comics Database
- All-American Comics at the Comic Book DB
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