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Spider-Man Homecoming goes for the Romita look

The publicity machine is gearing up for Spider-Man: Homecoming. There are stories about how this third movie version of the character came about, how Marvel Studios is collaborating with Sony Pictures, etc. 375 more words

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Spider-Man (1977, E.W. Swackhamer)

Someone is mindcontrolling upstanding citizens and making them commit daredevil bank robberies in broad daylight. While New York’s finest detectives–cigar-chewing Michael Pataki and his nitwit sidekick Robert Hastings–are on the case, they soon get some valuable assistance from… 748 more words


Rereading The Incredible Hulk #1-6 (1962)

Stan Lee predicted in his original 1961 Fantastic Four synopsis that the unpredictable and monstrous Thing would prove to be the most interesting character to readers. 1,052 more words

Underrated: Creators Of Yesteryear I

This is a column that focuses on something or some things from the comic book sphere of influence that may not get the credit and recognition it deserves. 798 more words


Charlton Comics Throwback 12: Test-Pilot's Nightmare/Abbott & Costello #13

It is Thursday. We have two Charlton comics in front of us. How about the twelfth episode of Charlton Comics Throwback? In this episode, Vance and Jay take a look at “Test-Pilot’s Nightmare” by Joe Gill and Steve Ditko, which first appeared in  104 more words

Charlton Comics

 Monsters Omnibus by Jack Kirby, Vol 1 (Marvel Monsterbus)

How did Marvel introduce atomic monsters as a genre?

During the 50s, Marvel went from the most comics per month to the least in the industry in what’s referred to as the Atlas Implosion. 997 more words

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