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Marvel Collectors Item Classics 6 and 11, 1966/67

The Silver Age is when it all turned around for Marvel comics. The company went from vanilla books starring monsters, western heroes, and cheesy romance characters, to exciting titles like the… 105 more words

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Feliz cumpleaños Rafael Alberti

One of the Spanish poets of the “Generation of ’27” the flowering of Spanish poetry in the inter-war period which has been called the Silver age of Spanish Poetry.  228 more words


Hey Kids!! Comics: Jack "King" Kirby Pt. 3: King of the Road

DC Comics (National Periodical Publications) helped to start the Marvel Age of comics.

Superhero comics in the late 50s were mostly a dead publishing venture save Superman and to a lesser extent Batman and Wonder Woman. 1,204 more words


The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves (1967)

Following his introduction as Dr. M. T. Graves in Charlton Comics‘ Ghostly Tales #55 (cover-dated May 1966) in the three-page story “The Ghost Fighter” by writer-artist  360 more words


Friday randomyness

A Friday Haiku

Star Trek: Discovery
I saw just one episode
I won’t pay blackmail

Growing up blond

I was a towhead kid. Very light-colored hair. 1,300 more words


HMM Day 17 - Fiend Without A Face

A scientists thoughts have materialized into real form and are going on a killing spree. All with the victims brains and spinal chords being ripped out! 578 more words

Nathan Scovell

Flash (Vol. 1) #134

Last week, I took a short trip to Wayne, NJ (about 40 minutes from my house) to visit what some say is the best comic shop in New Jersey — Zapp Comics. 998 more words

The Flash