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    Captain Marvel #1 Second Story: “The Invisible...

    Captain Marvel #1
    Second Story: “The Invisible Aliens”
    A giant tiki head appears in the stormy sky in front of the passenger jet in which Cap is riding on his way to the Caribbean. It turns into a...
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    http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq168/MWGallahe...

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    Captain Marvel #1 (You can read it yourself by clicking the image above!)
    April, 1966, M.F. Enterprises, 25 cents (“Giant...
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    Captain Marvel From the Beginning

    I thought this would be the ideal time for me to jump on the bandwagon of full series retrospectives that goes on a lot here with a detailed look back through the published adventures of one of the...
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    Comics I bought off the stands in April, 1974...

    Comics I bought off the stands in April, 1974:

    Action Comics #437: I loved all the superhero 100 Page Super-Spectaculars, but this one had some reprint choices that didn't thrill me as much as...
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    Scott, I think this is an incredibly cool idea,...

    Scott, I think this is an incredibly cool idea, and I applaud you. I have a suggestion for panel 7 in the page above (which hopefully won't seem too nit-picky). As you have it composed, the occupant...
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    Well, I guess there is some contention after all!...

    Well, I guess there is some contention after all! But since there are only 12 or so new issues between Broome's last issue and Bates' first, I'd consign those to a "No Man's Land", separating the...
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    I think if one had to define a start for the...

    I think if one had to define a start for the Bronze Age of the Flash, it could only be Flash #209 (September 1971), which was when Cary Bates took over as writer.
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    Shawn Hopkins this time.

    Shawn Hopkins this time.
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    Jason's Quest got a stealth miniseries from...

    Jason's Quest got a stealth miniseries from Vertigo: Vertigo Verite: The Unseen Hand. The character's name was changed to Mike (a tip of the hat to Sekowsky?), but other than that, there was no...
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    Skies of Blue / Things That Make You Go "Eeww!"

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    Comics I bought off the stands in March, 1974...

    Comics I bought off the stands in March, 1974:
    Astonishing Tales #24 ($0.25) I loved Tony Isabella and Dick Ayers on "It! The Living Colossus". This issue reprinted the story of Fin Fang Foom, who...
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    The Beast of Yucca Flats this week.

    The Beast of Yucca Flats this week.
  13. A couple of runs that I've long enjoyed imagining...

    A couple of runs that I've long enjoyed imagining on a couple of DC series that didn't exist at all (at least not in the era I picture them happening in):

    Jack Kirby doing John Jones when he went...
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    Things That Make You Go Eew / Peaceful, Easy Feelin'

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    Maybe it's just me...?
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    We never quite got there, but Marvel promised...

    We never quite got there, but Marvel promised Silver Surfer was going to be "The Savage Silver Surfer", suggesting a significant change in tone that was apparent in that final issue.
    A couple of...
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    ChadH gave us the most laid-back cover this week.

    ChadH gave us the most laid-back cover this week.
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    Peaceful, Easy Feeling / Technical Difficulties

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    I thought Artycool8or's entry was going to clean...

    I thought Artycool8or's entry was going to clean up this week. Well, it's got my vote, anyway.
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    Heaping the happy wishes higher! Best of days to...

    Heaping the happy wishes higher! Best of days to you, Kurt!
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    In February 1974, I bought: Adventure Comics...

    In February 1974, I bought:
    Adventure Comics #433 : There was never any hesitation about buying anything by Aparo, especially something as magnificent as his Spectre stories. Stunning green, white,...
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    Technical Difficulties / Taunting

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    I vote for Puma, who offered up a cover with a...

    I vote for Puma, who offered up a cover with a hilarious taunt: "We double-dare you to resist the attacking bees!"
    Um, what other options are they supposed to consider?
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    Taunting / YEAR 2

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    Donald M. for going way back almost to Year 2 of...

    Donald M. for going way back almost to Year 2 of modern comics themselves.
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    Year 2 / Creativity

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    Crossfire debuted in May 1984, and this issue is from August 1985.
    Crossfire is disrupting a gentleman who's in the...
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