The Original Classic Comics Return after 75 Years!

#174 Captain Blood

Jack Lake Productions Inc., from Toronto, Canada is proud to announce the release and republishing of Classic Comics, this fall.

Classic Comics first arrived exactly 75 years ago during the Second World War. Albert Lewis Kanter, through the Elliot Publishing Company, published “The Three Musketeers” in October of 1941 under the Classic Comics banner.

In March of 1947, the name Classic Comics was changed to Classics Illustrated.

Since 2002,  Jack Lake Productions Inc. has remastered and created new digital artwork for over 200 Classics Illustrated titles.

The eleven new releases under the Classic Comics banner are: #11 Don Quixote, #14 Westward Ho!, #17 The Deerslayer, ##20 The Corsican Brothers, #21 Three Famous Mysteries, #22 The Pathfinder, #79 Cyrano de Bergerac, #122 The Mutineers, #123 Fang and Claw, #168 In Freedom’s Cause and an addition to the line, #174 Captain Blood (originally published by Famous Authors Illustrated in 1949).

For all of Jack Lake Productions Inc. available titles please visit their website at For licensing and other enquiries please contact Jaak Jarve at or call toll free 1-800-269-9206.

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Categories: K through 12, Publishing and Printing, Teachers, Instructors, and Professors, School Libraries

Tags: books for kids, Classic comics, Classics Illustrated, educational books

About Jack Lake Productions Inc.

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Since 2002 Jack Lake Productions Inc. has been republishing Classics Illustrated, Classics Comics, and Jack Lake Classics titles.

Jack Lake Productions Inc.
4936 Yonge Street (601)
Toronto, Ontario M2N 6S3