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Fresh Eyes on Old Books #40 by Dan

Holy Moses…we’ve done 40 of these! That’s a lot folks. If you’ve read every one, I’m kind of worried about you, but good job! Let’s do this! Sgt. Fury #51 from 1968 Evil Nazis! Now that I have your attention, this is another “Nazis try to kill all the leaders of the Allied forces” that you get from a comic in the 60s… Hey wait-a-minute… didn’t the war end like 20 years before this comic came out? Whatever, anyway! One of the Commandos (the movie star) gets captured by a Nazi (with a conscience) who is trying to save his … Continue reading

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Fresh Eyes on Old Books #3 by Dan!

After Scott Pilgrim blew my mind this weekend, is there anything 40+ year old comics can do to be better?  I’m not sure, but let’s find out! Justice League of America #19 from 1963 Another team book?  Absolutely.  The 60’s was a time to let the world buy whatever they wanted, but then trick them into getting more!  This issue has a little bit of everything for JLA fans.  We get Snapper Carr, Doctor Destinty and plenty of ridiculous hijinks.  The issue itself was… interesting?  I’m not sure if that’s quite the right word.  Sometimes I honestly had no idea … Continue reading

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