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19: A Victory for Venus

Throwback Thursday returns with Vance in the driver’s seat as he and FKAjason review “A Victory for Venus” from Space Adventures #37 (Charlton Comics, 1960) by Joe Gill and Steve Ditko. 42 more words

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Superhero Yearbook Episode 066

The Hero Initiative is the first-ever federally chartered not-for-profit corporation dedicated strictly to helping comic book creators in need. Hero creates a financial safety net for yesterdays’ creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work. 65 more words


Strange Tales Annual #2 (10/10/1963)

This issue demonstrates Lee’s habit of forgetting events from the previous issues. In this case, in the last issue Lee spent the issue trying to show that the Human Torch wasn’t a hot-head and didn’t relish the spotlight. 381 more words

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Fox Buys Rights for Stan Lee Movie

Twentieth Century Fox has acquired the rights to Stan Lee’s life. The studio is planning a 70’s action film. Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey are on board to executive produce the project. 114 more words


Amazing Adult Fantasy #14 (07/01/1962)

While the Amazing Fantasy series is best known for being the first appearance of Spider-Man, it is also has a very early story about a mutant, which contains a number of themes that would be pretty common in the X-Men series that would arrive a few years later. 122 more words

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Incredible Hulk #2 (07/01/1962)

Incredible Hulk #2 sees the Earth be invaded by the Toad Men from outer space for no apparent reason that I can tell of. Equipped with the latest magnetic technology, the Toad Men seek to find the smartest Earthling so that they may learn of the Earth’s defenses before launching their attack. 224 more words

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