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Strange Tales #113 (10/10/1963)

Strange Tales #113 opens with Johnny Storm facing his most difficult challenge thus far: a woman who doesn’t think he’s God’s gift to women. I have to say this definitely caught me by surprise to find a female character that doesn’t immediately swoon at the sight of the Human Torch. 416 more words

Silver Age Comic

Journey Into Mystery #96 (09/10/1963)

This issue of Journey Into Mystery opens with Thor being his usual heroic self and rescuing a bus that has plunged off a bridge into the water. 491 more words

Silver Age Comic

Tales to Astonish #46 (08/10/1963)

Unfortunately Tales to Astonish #46 continues the backslide back into mediocrity that has plagued this series since the initial appearance of Ant-Man. With the appearance of the Wasp, I was hoping that the series would continue to maintain its momentum with the introduction of a new character. 262 more words

Silver Age Comic

Journey Into Mystery #95 (08/10/1963)

Apparently being a medical doctor also means that you can also build a sophisticated android with super intelligence, because that’s exactly what Dr. Blake does in… 259 more words

Silver Age Comic

Tales to Astonish #45 (07/10/1963)

Tales to Astonish #45 continues the adventures of Ant-Man and his new partner, the Wasp. This issue features the return of Egghead, who sadly is one of Ant-Man’s better villains, who is seeking revenge against Ant-Man for his defeat last time. 260 more words

Silver Age Comic

Journey Into Mystery #93 (06/10/1963)

War erupts between India and China and apparently India is getting their butts handed to them. Luckily for them, Dr. Blake is there lending medical aid and thus Thor soon makes an appearance to assist with taking out the incoming Chinese army. 195 more words

Silver Age Comic

Tales to Astonish #43 (05/10/1963)

Tales to Astonish #43 features another not so astonishing Ant-Man tale. After seeing the cover proclaim that Ant-Man would be facing the Mad Master of Time I was really hopefully that he would finally be getting an awesome villain, what I got was Professor Elia Weems. 260 more words

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