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Aug 19 16 9:35 AM
Aug 19 16 1:41 PM
supersteel wrote:"He earned the right to fight alone."
10 hrs later
"Oh cripes, he was killed and the villain wiped out half the city. I guess we should have helped him. We were idiots."
Aug 22 16 12:22 AM
Aug 22 16 12:32 PM
davecg wrote:Ok, now Spider-Man has recovered his memory so lets hope next issue is a better one now that that's out of the way.
Aug 24 16 11:29 AM
Aug 31 16 12:52 PM
Aug 31 16 2:46 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:While we're waiting for Comicsdad to return from his World Cruise I thought I'd play with another X-Men cover.Issues yet to be reviewed by our esteemed colleague: Fantastic Four #71, Amazing Spider-Man #57, X-Men #40, Tales to Astonish #100, Avengers #48 and Capt. Savage #1.By the way, new strips introduced in 1967 were Not Brand Echh, Capt Marvel in Marvel Super-Heroes and Capt Savage.The only new strip introduced in 1966 was Marvel's take on the Western Ghost Rider.The last new strips before that were Sub-Mariner in Tales to Astonish #70 and Nick Fury in Strange Tales #135 (on sale in May 1965).
Aug 31 16 3:46 PM
Aug 31 16 3:54 PM
supersteel wrote:Didn't Dave Cockrum draw the visor and boots differently?
Sep 1 16 3:41 PM
Sep 1 16 3:48 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Fantastic Four #71, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]Page five, panel four: Jack managed to still make the Thing look savage, so we wouldn’t be quite sure which way he was leaning.
Sep 1 16 3:55 PM
davecg wrote:FF 71.
Plus the use of the Negative Zone to eliminate the threat is a closure to that long recurring concept. Great work by both Stan and Jack, probably one of the last classics from the run
Sep 1 16 4:14 PM
davecg wrote:Yes definitely Kirby was a titan in Marvel, I never deny it, and for me I repeat the three strongest titles this month were by the King.
Sep 2 16 10:17 AM
Sep 2 16 10:50 AM
davecg wrote:I think that at least during the remaining Lee-Kirby run the Negative Zone concept was not used again
Sep 4 16 1:47 AM
Sep 4 16 9:15 AM
Sep 4 16 9:22 AM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Amazing Spider-Man #57, February 1968 [published 9 Nov 67]Page two: I’m about ready to say I’m tired of this amnesia shtick......Something different really needs to be done with Aunt May – it’s always the same old thing with her......I’m undecided on rather or not Ka-Zar was too gullible.
Sep 4 16 9:36 AM
davecg wrote:Amazing Spider-Man 57''You make like this yarn or loathe it''.... I think Stan knows this is not the best issue in a while and I agree.I don't like Don Heck work at this point, it is not as slick and complete as an issue penciled only by Romita. It is sad that John Romita cannot keep the pace of completing a monthly issue plus his duties as art director.
Sep 4 16 10:19 AM
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