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  1. Reed ordering Sue to stay behind may not have...

    Reed ordering Sue to stay behind may not have been his 1950s attitude as much as it may have been a hint that Sue was pregnant, a fact I don't believe was shared by the two for several more issues. ...
  2. That would have been Tom Sutton, who did some of...

    That would have been Tom Sutton, who did some of the best (and creepiest) work of his career for Charlton.
  3. The never published in the U.S., complete version...

    The never published in the U.S., complete version of the last chapter of The Saga of the Victims was just discovered and is prompting a new edition of The Complete Saga of the Victims. Look for it...
  4. Dick Briefer's 1950s run on Frankenstein comes to...

    Dick Briefer's 1950s run on Frankenstein comes to mind as a pretty good character.
  5. Deadworld the Monstrous Collection by Steve...

    Deadworld
    the Monstrous Collection by Steve Niles & Bernie Wrightson
    Charlie's War (10 volumes)
    Johnny Red (3 volumes)
    anything by Richard Corben
    Creepy Presents Bernie Wrightson
    Creepy...
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    I just got the Metamorpho volume and am really...

    I just got the Metamorpho volume and am really enjoying it. Great stories and amusing art. Well worth the buy.
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    Jonah Hex, Sea Devils (for the art), House of...

    Jonah Hex, Sea Devils (for the art), House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Witching Hour (in fact--ALL of the 'mystery' titles), Weird War Tales, Spectre, Bat Lash, Losers, Batman, Vol. 5, Phantom...
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    Johnny Red ran three volumes. I'm getting this...

    Johnny Red ran three volumes. I'm getting this book, at least in part, because I've greatly enjoyed Ennis' War Stories and Battlefield series.
  9. Thread: Star*Reach

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    Star Reach Companion

    Dear Rob;

    According to Diamond the book is being released to comic shops on July 3, a month before it appears in regular bookshops.
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    Sorry--it's The War Between The States: Classics...

    Sorry--it's The War Between The States: Classics Illustrated Special Issue. It's 96 pages and running for $14.00 on amazon. Kirby's inked by Dick Ayers.
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    Wait, you read all nine (to date) volumes since...

    Wait, you read all nine (to date) volumes since this thread started? I'm impressed. Whoever you ordered them from must be damn fast in shipping.
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    There's also, of course, Kirby's version of the...

    There's also, of course, Kirby's version of the Losers (which doesn't resemble the Kanigher/Severin Losers in any way, shape or form), which ran for 12 issues in 1974-1975 and has been collected in a...
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    They're hard to find and are crying out for a...

    They're hard to find and are crying out for a collection but the Jack Kirby/Joe Simon & Co,'s six issues of Foxhole were pretty good. Kirby's covers were spectacular! Beautifully drawn and colored....
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    Don't know why I didn't think of this sooner but...

    Don't know why I didn't think of this sooner but the two issues of Brought To Light from Eclipse and published in the 1980s would qualify as well.

    You should also check out The Mammoth Book Of...
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    No, A Sailor's story is an actual autobiography...

    No, A Sailor's story is an actual autobiography of Sam's war years. U.S.S. Stevens is a series of stories based on Sam's own experiences, some of his buddies' experiences and totally made up...
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    You might try the Showcase Presents volume of The...

    You might try the Showcase Presents volume of The Losers. The first dozen stories or so are god-awful but once John Severin becomes the regular artist the book improves in both art and story quite a...
  17. Stan signed a lot of his work in the 1950s,...

    Stan signed a lot of his work in the 1950s, probably because he was the editor and could get away with it.

    While 1940s-1950s artists did occassionally sign their names to their work it was by no...
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    I think you're talking about the B&W magazine...

    I think you're talking about the B&W magazine Doomed from 2004 or 2005 and published by IDW. It was designed to look just like a Warren magazine which is why you might have thought it came from the...
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    I have all, or many of those but I was referring...

    I have all, or many of those but I was referring to the 2013 calendar. There's no Showcase books appearing after the July 2013 DC Presents, Vol. 2. The Jonah Hex, Vol. 2, House of Secrets, Vol. 3...
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    Has the Showcase Presents line been cancelled?

    I've noted that the three Showcase Presents that I highlighted for purchase in the latter part of the year have been pulled from the publishing schedule by Amazon and yesterday's DC books schedule...
  21. [QUOTE=MRP;16682245]Still following in Chris's...

    [QUOTE=MRP;16682245]Still following in Chris's wake...

    Story: 7/10
    Art: 8/10
    Overall Impression: 7/10

    Commentary: I don't really like Bell's inks over Ditko, they seem to lessen the overall...
  22. Both Thriller and the original Twilight Zone had...

    Both Thriller and the original Twilight Zone had great wax museum episodes. 1962 and 1964, I believe. I think that wax museums of the 1950s and early 1960s were notorious for their 'Murderer's Row'...
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    I've heard that Menace from the 1950s had a...

    I've heard that Menace from the 1950s had a letters page when Stan was editing and writing most of the horror tales therein. If so, I would strongly suspect that he answered the mail on those pages.
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    Wrightson's 1972 collection Badtime Stories is...

    Wrightson's 1972 collection Badtime Stories is pretty good too, although much, if not all, of the content was reprinted in The Reaper of Love. Dave Sim did a parody of The Reaper of Love, BTW, using...
  25. For those interested, the book is now out in...

    For those interested, the book is now out in kindle form and the print version is only days away from shipment. Let me know what you think.
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