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FANZINES DE JOSÉ PIRES (FEVEREIRO 2017)

Por cortesia de José Pires, nosso amigo de longa data, companheiro de muitas tertúlias desde os tempos heróicos em que lançámos o Fandaventuras e o… 308 more words

O Mosquito

JOSÉ PIRES: UM AUTOR E FANEDITOR APAIXONADO PELA BD DE OUTROS TEMPOS

Por cortesia de José Pires, nosso amigo de longa data, companheiro de muitas tertúlias desde os tempos heróicos em que lançámos o Fandaventuras e o… 401 more words

O Mosquito

Fanzines de José Pires (Fevereiro 2017)

Por cortesia de José Pires, nosso amigo de longa data, companheiro de muitas tertúlias desde os tempos heróicos em que lançámos o Fandaventuras e o… 311 more words

Escaparate

Preview: Steve Canyon, Vol. 7: 1959–1960

Steve Canyon, Vol. 7: 1959–1960

Milton Caniff (w & a & c)

The Fifties end and the Sixties start swingin’ as Steve Canyon penetrates Communist East Germany on the trail of elusive Minerva Kaol, then crosses paths with Deen Wilderness before crossing swords with old foe Madame Lynx! 79 more words

Comics

Comic haul - Spidey & Steve Canyon

I went to a comic book show in the northern burbs Sunday and leafed through some back issues in the fifty cent and dollar bins. I found a few things that I had owned before during a period where I was collecting, and thus reading, various series of Spider-Man comics. 995 more words

Reviews

demonstrating the eagle was in an american tradition

this ought to be possible simply by disentangling statements made in ‘the man who drew tomorrow‘ by alastair crompton (who probably ought to have realised it himself while he was writing the book) in which what must surely be a media myth about the eagle being produced as a reaction to US horror comics is left  unchallenged during the otherwise meticulously accurate (if overly hero worshipping) tale of the career of frank hampson.  2,961 more words

British Comics