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Electronics-Themed Comics
July 1945 Radio-Craft

July 1945 Radio-Craft

July 1945 Radio Craft Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio-Craft, published 1929 - 1953. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.

If you like the radio-themed comics from vintage electronics magazines, then you'll appreciate the jackpot of them (5) in the July 1945 issue of Radio Craft magazine. Being the era in which it was published, many of the comics at the time had military-electronics themes as well. A lot of them are credited to subscribers providing ideas. One of my favorite features is "Radio Terms Illustrated," where readers write in with suggestions for how common lingo in the radio realm can have an alternate interpretation. Such is the case with "Wave Trap" in the first comic. I think Frank Beaven was the illustrator for all of them. Look in the big list of other technical-themed comics at the bottom of the page for others which include "Radio Terms Illustrated."

Electronics-Themed Comics

"Wave Trap" - RF Cafe

"Wave Trap"

Suggested by: Gus Britzman, Houston, Mo.

July 1945, Page 644

Electronics-Themed Comic Radio-Craft July 1945 - RF Cafe

Suggested by: Thomas Jewett, Clyde, Ohio

"You know I miss the noise and excitement of the 4th of July."

July 1945, Page 662

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Suggested by: Gus Britzman, Houston, Mo.

"Mama, my bottle is empty!"

July 1945, Page 664

Highly Selective Radio Salesman - RF Cafe

"The selectivity on this set is so fine that if I have a soprano singing with an orchestra I can tune out the soprano!"

July 1945, Page 672

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E. F. Gault, Ottawa, Ont., Canada

"He used to be a radio experimenter."

July 1945, Page 675

 

 


These Technically−Themed Comics Appeared in Vintage Electronics Magazines. I personally scanned and posted every one from copies I own (and even colorized some).

Posted July 14, 2021

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