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Mar 16 17 12:34 PM
supersteel wrote:if Red Skull could build them back in the 40s, what exactly is preventing him from building one (or more) in the 60s?
Money and resources that the third reich had? IDK
I always came out of it a different way-boy the money and resources spent on these revenge things, or the sleepers themselves, could have really come in handy for the nazis in the 40s rather than having them wait 20 yrs to be activated.
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Joseph William Marek wrote:Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #53, April 1968 [published 1 Feb 68]Page 15: The haystack bit was kind of funny.
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Joseph William Marek wrote:THIS IS AN INVENTORY STORY; THE ACTION OF WHICH OCCURS BETWEEN AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #49-50.Marvel Super-Heroes #14, May 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]I think Andru/Everett make a nice art team, by the way.Page 2, panel 3: The Sorcerer has very interesting accouterments, doesn’t he?
03/22/17 8:31 PM
Did Everett ink Spidey elsewhere?
03/22/17 8:45 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Fantastic Four #74, May 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]Our old friend, the original (and far more interesting) Punisher shows up. Let’s see how that goes.
03/22/17 8:52 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Incredible Hulk #103, May 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]Page eight: You know, this is really kind of out of character for Rick Jones; don’t you think?
03/23/17 4:18 AM
richard63 wrote:Did Everett ink Spidey elsewhere?
Not in his own book. Spidey made a guest appearance in Captain America 137. The story was drawn by Gene Colan and inked by Everett.
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AussieStu wrote:... do you like these thighs better
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Joseph William Marek wrote:Daredevil #39, April 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]I like the change in the Karen/Matt dynamic. The old shtick was getting sort of … old.
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