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Key 1940′s to 1960′s Comic Collection.
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We just picked up a handful of nice Golden Age Books from the early 1940′s, including Detective #131, Thrilling Comics #42, Wonder Comics #6, Doll Man Quarterly #1, Master Comics #63 and FC #173 Flash Gordon. Come check out these early gems. They’ll be priced and on display in the next couple of days! Continue reading
So based on the math, when I get to #26, we will have been doing this for a year. How time flies! Avengers #40 from 1967 So this is a pretty straightforward comic. If you ever want to look for quality, just go with the Roy Thomas and Don Heck run of the Avengers. Namor gets all uppity about some big misunderstanding with the Navy, so he starts (of course) attacking the Earth. However, Hercules literally keeps throwing him out of the picture. Then it becomes an entirely separate story about the Cosmic Cube. Namor finds it and proceeds to … Continue reading
It’s Sunday folks, so it’s time for more of those reviews you love to read! Let’s do this! Avengers #100 from 1972 It’s an anniversary issue, and they go with a one-shot story with style. Everybody on the cover shows up and some others make appearances as well. It’s a pretty ridiculous issue, with Roy Thomas cramming as many people and backstory and fighting in it as humanly possible. It was a fun read, with Thomas giving all the characters a distinct voice. Barry Windsor-Smith draws the hell out of it. In this story, all the Avengers (current and former) … Continue reading