18 September 2017 @ 11:41 pm
The Fix #5  


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starwolf_oakley
18 September 2017 @ 03:19 pm
SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #207: More than Flash Thompson  
In the posts for MS. MARVEL #21, I commented how teen superheroes get their own "Flash Thompson." But each creative team tries to make that "Flash Thompson" more than just "Flash Thompson."

[personal profile] arilou_skiff said "The weird thing is that well... Flash Thompson has been more than Flash Thompson for ages. Ever since before he went to Vietnam."

Poetic )
 
 
18 September 2017 @ 09:38 pm
Empress #5  


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18 September 2017 @ 09:04 pm
Infinity Crusade #6  


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lordultimus
18 September 2017 @ 01:26 pm
NEWS - The Original Jean Grey returns for Marvel Legacy  
source: newsarama.com

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superboyprime
18 September 2017 @ 10:27 pm
Star Wars #32: "The Screaming Citadel," Part IV  


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laughing_tree
18 September 2017 @ 10:16 pm
Transformers: Lost Light #1 - "Dissolution, Part 1: Some Other Cybertron"  


New threats, new worlds, new crew
Old enemies, old scores, old loves
Broken hearts, broken promises, broken people
Lost Light #1


-- James Roberts

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marycatelli
18 September 2017 @ 07:37 am
The Red Star: Deluxe Edition Volume 2  
The Red Star: Deluxe Edition Volume 2 by Christian Gossett

The continuing story -- to the end of the published issues. Spoilers ahead for the earlier volume.

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riddler13
17 September 2017 @ 06:08 pm
The MAD Adventures of Captain Klutz (1967)  
Don Martin was billed for years "MAD Magazine's maddest artist". His humour is very slapstick with characters suffering absurd injuries and regenerating themselves in the following scene, complete with wacky sound effects which added to the comedy.

Captain Klutz was his take on superhero fans and stories in general. Ringo Fonebone, an avid comic book reader, became a superhero by accident when, trying to kill himself, he fell through several stories' worth of clothes and, full costumed, foiled a robbery in progress. When a police captain asked who he was, he said "I'm a klutz, captain" and a legend was born.

He got two books of his own, one in 1967 and one in 1983. I prefer the second one, but I don't have it anymore. So, scans from a story from the first book.



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Don Martin passed away in 2000. His collected works can be found for sale in a hardcover edition. Not sure it includes Captain Klutz's solo books, though.

Also, this book had four co-authors, but it is unclear who wrote what. Anyway, we do not have tags for Dick DeBartolo, Phil Hahn, Jack Hanrahan or Don Martin.
 
 
feeling: calm
 
 
18 September 2017 @ 12:56 am
The Fix #4  


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17 September 2017 @ 07:49 pm
Empress #4  


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17 September 2017 @ 03:42 pm
Cold Hearted Christmas  
from Marvel Holiday Special 2011 )
 
 
17 September 2017 @ 02:15 pm
Infinity Crusade #5  


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marycatelli
17 September 2017 @ 12:12 am
The Red Star: Deluxe Edition Volume 1  
The Red Star: Deluxe Edition Volume 1 by Christian Gossett

An alternative, magitech-based USSR and a disastrous battle. . .

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riddler13
16 September 2017 @ 09:24 pm
Sergio Aragones' Groo #17 (1986)  
WHAT? No cheese-dipping wandering barbarian here?

Let's try and rectify it, shall we?



My very first Groo issue, by the way )

There's an Usagi Yojimbo story that pays homage to Groo and ends with this last scene.
 
 
feeling: drained
 
 
17 September 2017 @ 02:44 am
Spider-Man #49 - "Cold Hearts"  


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