Every year on this date, no matter where I am, no matter what I'm doing, I always find a way to pause in my hectic schedule to pay tribute to the man who put the Silver in Silver Age. Yes, once again it's time to wish a very Happy Birthday to Mr. Age himself, Craig Shutt. So even though I was right in the middle of fixing myself a sandwich, I said to myself, "Self, it's Mr. Age's day. The sandwich can wait. Paying homage to the Aged One cannot."
So here we are again, with my traditional gift-giving to Mr. Age of three fabulous comics from yesteryear. In years past, I've bestowed upon many rare and priceless Silver Age comics (or at least the front covers of those covers) (or at least images of those front covers uploaded to this here website), but this year, I thought I would bestow upon him three valuable and treasured comic books that were on sale the same month that he was born. Now, Mr. Age being a prominent enough person to have his own Wikipedia page, it's easy enough to track down his birth year so it's certainly not divulging any state secrets to reveal that his birth actually predates the Silver Age itself. So these comics are not only precious heirlooms of a bygone age, but more to the point, they're not even Silver Age comics -- they're from a period some call the Atomic Age, or whatever that interregnum period was between the Golden and the Silver Ages.
In any event, herewith are those three highly collectable comics (covers) (JPGs), and to coin a phrase, Happy Birthday, Mr. Age!