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    Absolutely true according to the bakers of the...

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    Absolutely true according to the bakers of the best rye bread ever, Pechter's in Harrison, NJ. When we visit relatives and friends down there, we order a couple of dozen giant loaves and...
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    So difficult to write, too: Does "KRRKKSHH" have...

    So difficult to write, too: Does "KRRKKSHH" have one "h" or two?
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    Particularly for Dan B., but certainly also for...

    Particularly for Dan B., but certainly also for any lovers of John Severin art. A new inclusion on this site...

    http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=40352
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    Shax, if you're anywhere near Cleveland,...

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    Shax, if you're anywhere near Cleveland, apparently there's at least one great Jewish deli there. (I got this from the Jewish side of the family, who knows from good food.) Maybe Corky...
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    No, I meant Fitness for the Persecution, the...

    No, I meant Fitness for the Persecution, the story of Vince Coletta. :redface:
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    Check out Laughton in Witness for the...

    Check out Laughton in Witness for the Persecution. Marlene Dietrich is also superb in it.
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    Oh, yeah, I knew that, I knew that, I meant to...

    Oh, yeah, I knew that, I knew that, I meant to say I liked the lettering on that first issue. :redface:
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    What couldn't he do?

    What couldn't he do?
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    Thank you for Manhunter, Hercules, IronWolf,...

    Thank you for Manhunter, Hercules, IronWolf, Sword of Sorcery, and Metal Men, brights light in the gloom of mid-70s comics.
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    Ten great bow-and-arrow-wielding heroes: 1)...

    Ten great bow-and-arrow-wielding heroes:

    1) Robin Hood
    2) The Black Arrow
    3) Green Arrow
    4) Woody Strode in The Professionals
    5) Yondu of the original Guardians of the Galaxy
    6) Hawkeye
    7)...
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    Here are the books from April, 1964 that I bought...

    Here are the books from April, 1964 that I bought and/or read:
    Atom 13: Chronos’s bizarre uniform grabbed me right away on this superb Gil Kane cover.

    Blackhawk 197: red and green uniforms debut....
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    April 1974: JLA 100-pager 112: loved the Seven...

    April 1974:
    JLA 100-pager 112: loved the Seven Soldiers reprint. Second bananas seem like first-teamers to me!

    The Batman and Action 100-pagers, too, of course: Action (#437) had an...
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    My God, that is an ugly panel!

    My God, that is an ugly panel!
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    Which issue had "Robin Dies at Dawn"?[/QUOTE]

    Batman 156
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    An old favorite for which I have to thank my late...

    An old favorite for which I have to thank my late father-in-law, whose jokes brightened many a day.
  16. Wood was really good on those Superboys; made Bob...

    Wally Wood run on Superman[/QUOTE]

    Wood was really good on those Superboys; made Bob Brown's pencils shine.
  17. He did a cover or two for Marvel's comic book...

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    He did a cover or two for Marvel's comic book version.
  18. Let's leave that to Slam to decide.

    Let's leave that to Slam to decide.
  19. Ditto! Russ Heath woulda been great, too. ...

    Ditto! Russ Heath woulda been great, too.

    Tomahawk by Nick Cardy would have been fun to see, too.
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    Z, just curious. What kind of action are you...

    Z, just curious. What kind of action are you looking for? US troops into the Crimea? US Navy into the Black Sea?
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    Where's the love for George Papp? If you don't...

    Where's the love for George Papp? If you don't love GA vs. The Clock and The Red Dart, you're not digging the Ace Archer, the Battling Bowman, the Sensational String-puller. The Quintessential...
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    B and B 85. Green Arrow by Neal Adams, with a...

    B and B 85. Green Arrow by Neal Adams, with a goatee, a new uniform, and an attitude.

    Tomahawk goes from guerrilla leader to elderly man playing second fiddle to his adult son.

    Marshall Rogers...
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    Agreed. I just recently picked up a copy of the...

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    Agreed. I just recently picked up a copy of the Best of DC in the 50s and there's a Tomahawk story by Frazetta, "The Black Cougar," from 1951 that is years ahead of its time. If only he...
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    Love the Gianni drawing. Conan's face looks a lot...

    Love the Gianni drawing. Conan's face looks a lot like the Frazetta face on the first paperback collection. He's got that Weird Tales/ Krenkel vibe going.

    And I think you're right about Buscema...
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    Here are better images (and added to the post...

    Here are better images (and added to the post properly)

    Conan the Ape-Man by Chua:

    http://www.comicartfans.com/ForSaleDetails.asp?ArtId=443746


    Buscema on Buscema:
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