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Strange Tales #123: Flame On 69 / Flamin' 'Eck 48

Strange Tales #123:¬†Flame On 69 / Flamin’ ‘Eck 48

Written by: Stan Lee (‘Nuff Said)

Illustrated by: Carl Burgos (Who was first to draw The Torch, way back in the Golden Age of Comics) 195 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #123: Flamin' 'Eck 49

Fantasticast Four #29:

Written by: Stan Lee (‘Nuff Said)

Illustrated by: Carl Burgos (Who was first to draw The Torch, way back in the Golden Age of Comics) 224 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #123: It's... ASBESTOS 29

Fantasticast Four #29:

Written by: Stan Lee (‘Nuff Said)

Illustrated by: Carl Burgos (Who was first to draw The Torch, way back in the Golden Age of Comics) 187 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #123: Flamin' 'Eck 46

Fantasticast Four #29:

Written by: Stan Lee (‘Nuff Said)

Illustrated by: Carl Burgos (Who was first to draw The Torch, way back in the Golden Age of Comics) 228 more words

Stan Lee

Strange Tales #123: Property Damage 28

Fantasticast Four #29:

Written by: Stan Lee (‘Nuff Said)

Illustrated by: Carl Burgos (Who was first to draw The Torch, way back in the Golden Age of Comics) 227 more words

Stan Lee

X-Men King Size Special #2, 1971 "Divided We Fall!"

As the Silver Age drew to a close, the X-Men went the way of the Do-Do bird. A few scatter-shot appearances (like a good one in Marvel Team-Up #4), and, reprints! 167 more words

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Marvel Adventures #1, 1975 "The Tri-Man Lives!"

I’ll be honest, Daredevil isn’t one of my favorite characters. I don’t dislike him, but he just doesn’t get me aroused. There are a couple of aspects about his life that I do like (his terrible love life, his relationship with Foggy), but overall, I find him slightly dull. 213 more words

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