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Apr 13 17 2:03 PM
Apr 13 17 2:10 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:X-Men #43, April 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]Does Quicksilver know Magneto was watching the X-Men? If so, how does he expect not to be seen? If he is unaware of it, how did he know they’d be at the funeral? Doctor, my brain hurts!
Apr 14 17 12:11 PM
Apr 14 17 12:17 PM
davecg wrote:When the mag became a whole 20 pages a month with bigger panels it really benefits Hulk with its bombastic big bang boom action. More kid oriented than other Marvel titles in my opinion. Yes the plot is not a masterwork including the old Stan Lee cliche of ''At least I will not die a monster... I'll die like ...a man blah blah blah'' But i really enjoyed the story, especially the aspects of Bruce Banner on the run in the city, poor Bruce is the saddest and most pathetic of Marvel alter egos.
Apr 14 17 12:24 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Incredible Hulk #103, May 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]Page 19: Randau’s demise should be touching, but for some reason I didn’t find it so.
Apr 14 17 12:53 PM
Apr 14 17 2:47 PM
DeBricazar wrote:Anything with more or less than two eyes creeps me out. A beauty contest winner Randau ain't.
Apr 15 17 4:25 PM
Apr 15 17 4:28 PM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Avengers #51, April 1968 [published 8 Feb 68]The melt-down of the Collector’s collection? I didn’t care much for the end of this story; too many parts of it seemed orchestrated!
Apr 15 17 9:29 PM
Comicsdad wrote:DeBricazar wrote:Anything with more or less than two eyes creeps me out. A beauty contest winner Randau ain't.
True dat, but his mouth in the death scene is very human-like, and expressive.
Apr 16 17 8:36 AM
Apr 16 17 8:46 AM
Joseph William Marek wrote:Capt Marvel #1, May 1968 [published 8 Feb 68] “Out Of the Holocaust-- A Hero!” Script: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Gene Colan, Inks: Vince Colletta, Letters: Artie Simek.I do sort of think that the decision to give Capt. Marvel his own title was a sort of last-minute hasty sort of thing.
Apr 17 17 12:32 AM
davecg wrote:The most classic period . Kirby at his best.
Apr 17 17 4:28 AM
Joseph William Marek wrote:davecg wrote:The most classic period . Kirby at his best.
I respectfully disagree. My favorite period for both Kirby and Ditko was from Publication Date Dec 63 through Apr 65. This was just great artwork, good storytelling, and ... of course ... it encompassed the entire Kirby/Stone period.
Apr 17 17 5:10 AM
AussieStu wrote:... you are showing your age Joe.
Apr 17 17 6:48 AM
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