Happy New Year 2022!
An Update from
Alan and Marsha
150 Comics for $75.00!
FF Frenzy Wed.
The NEW FF arrives at All About Books and Comics this Wed. 3/23! Don’t miss the FF Frenzy celebrating the new superstar creative team of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting beginning at 10 am featuring: FF #1 50th Anniversary Parel Variant FF #1 Acuna Variant FF #1 Blank Variant FF #1 Djurdjevic Gatefold Variant (only one available!) FF #1 Djurdjevic Variant FF #1 Goldberg Variant FF #1 Personalized Premiere Variant (personalized to All About Books and Comics, only one available) FF #1 Bonus Premiere Variant( only one available) FF #1 Limited Edition Djurdjevic Cover Prints (Free with any FF purchase) … Continue reading
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Fresh Eyes on Old Books #18 by Dan!
Whoa, it’s late on a Sunday and I’m late with the reviews. How responsible! Let’s do this: Wonder Woman #169 from 1967 So there’s this Crimson Centipede right? Multitude of arms and legs, so on so forth. Nineteen sixty-seven was a freaking genius time. This villain carries guns in his right hands, and stolen money in his left, so what’s not to love? Add to that the fact that this guy also uses those arms to run super fast. I can’t make this kind of genius up. The art is kinda terrible, but in one of those “I’m looking at … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews, Silver Age Tagged DC, JLA, Marvel, Silver Age, Tales to Astonish, Uncle Scrooge, Walt Disney, Wonder Woman Leave a comment
Fresh Eyes on Old Books #15 by Dan!
And we’re back! This week will be a special “dead Marvel characters” week at Fresh Eyes, so let’s see what I picked out. Oh! Spoilers ahead, don’t forget that. Strange Tales #105 from 1962 There’s nothing quite like a book where all the main good guys and bad guys do is narrate at each other. “I’m doing this!” “Well, I’m doing this which leads to this!” If people actually talked like this, I think we’d all be in a much better place, free of sarcasm and snark. The main story is all about the Human Torch in his huge battle … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews, Silver Age Tagged Chris Claremont, Daredevil, Fantastic Four, Gene Grey, Human Torch, Marvel, Phoenix, Professor X, Silver Age, Steve Ditko, Strange Tales, Uncanny x-men, Wolverine, X-men, Xmen 1 Comment
Fresh Eyes On Old Books #11 by Dan!
It’s a Sunday afternoon, so we all know what that means! Old-timey comics! Conan The Barbarian #8 from 1971 Oh the Bronze Age… A little less lighthearted than the Silver Age, and nowhere near as gritty as the present. So we get titles like Conan. You might remember the Schwarzenneger movie of the same name, but surprise(!)… there was a comic first. This issue of Conan is exactly what you’d expect it to be, a quest for treasure, an enemy that becomes a friend, and Conan having to run away from someone trying to capture him. Once you add in … Continue reading
Posted in DC, Marvel, Reviews, Silver Age Tagged Bronze Age, Conan, Enemy Ace, Hero for Hire, Joe Kubert, Luke Cage, Powerman, Silver Age, WWII Leave a comment
Fresh Eyes on Old Books #7 by Dan
It’s an all-DC special today. We have three interesting comics to look at. Let’s do this! The Spectre #1 from 1967: Seriously. This issue is all about the Spectre fighting the astral form of a pirate hopping through time to try to be the richest and most powerful man ever. I am not clever enough to think of an idea like that. It’s a cross between the spooky ideas of the Spectre and pirate stuff. I just don’t know how I feel about it. It was so completely bizarre and full of bright colors and jumping around time and sword … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews, Silver Age Tagged 1962, 1967, DC, House of Mystery, Silver Age, Strange Adventures, The Spectre Leave a comment