Real Screen Comics was an anthology series published by DC from 1945 to 1959 over the course of 127 issues. Featured throughout the series run were the characters The Fox and The Crow and although they were the main feature, other stories were published in the series as well including "Flippity and Flop" and "Tito and His Burrito". The series title is a reference to "Screen Gems" the animation studio that existed from 1940-1946 wherein characters like those featured in the aforementioned comics originally came into being through the form of cartoons.
Real Screen Comics #1 does not exist, it is titled Real Screen Funnies #1 and is listed here to keep all the issues together.
After #128, the series changed its name to TV Screen Cartoons under which it lasted for another ten issues. Again, these issues are listed here for ease of reference.
Issues #1-128 were Non-Distributed in the U.K. at the time so always cents copies.
Issues #129-138 All issues were distributed in the U.K. at the time and U.K. copies have a 9d cover stamp.
|Total £||487.00||1,040||1,590||3,120||4,720||8,430||12,980||16,240||19,490||Total title value in pounds in UK markets|
|Total $||627.80||1,320||2,030||3,970||6,010||10,740||16,550||20,700||24,830||Total title value in dollars in US markets|
Note: some PR issues may have no value. Selected issues in FN, VF or VF/NM may not exist in some titles.