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ComicsintheGoldenAge
Home of the Comics In The Golden Age Podcast. We explore comics of all genres & their creators from 1938 to 1955 On ITunes & Stitcher! And we love Carl Barks.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 7h
Replying to @fluencymark
Imagine the smell...
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 8h
Your weekly Gabby Hayes Western covers.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 8h
Wait...are you....a Transformers fan now??
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 8h
Replying to @quizlacey
To be fair, when I saw Thunderbolts pop up on Hulk I thought they were goofy as hell but they went on to have one of the best first issues (and initial 12 issues) ever.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 9h
Replying to @mvbrat91
Barney Miller SOAP WKRP
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 13h
And Captain Marvel was relaxing at home with the newspaper when it happened.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 13h
! First image by Dario Brizuela from Scooby-Doo Team-Up #16 (2016).
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 13h
Hey, thats my dining room table!
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 14h
Replying to @darklongbox
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 14h
Replying to @classic_film
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 15h
Happy birthday to artist & animation director Chuck Patton, in 1956!
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 15h
Worlds of Fear #10 (June 1953), cover by Norman Saunders.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 16h
Replying to @ayaanshah2003
That strip appeared in an issue of Look Magazine sometime in 1940.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 16h
I've never read this but isn't it a retelling of the first Galactus/SS story by Lee & Kirby with the FF removed? Again, i've never read it so I may be wrong here..
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
Several times I think.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
I just saw where Shane clarified his question later to be about remakes by all of the original creators. Still, I enjoyed all of the responses to his original post.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
Replying to @ShaneMBailey
Looks like Jay Garrick stories were redrawn in DC Super-Stars #5 (1976) and Four-Star Spectacular #1 (1976). Maybe more...
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
Replying to @soashworth
Very cool!
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
Replying to @ShaneMBailey
Now that I think about it, I think they actually did that with multiple Jay Garrick stories.
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ComicsintheGoldenAge 17h
Replying to @ShaneMBailey
There was a Golden Age Jay Garrick story that was redone with new art at some point in the late 60s/early 70s. I can't recall the issue, but the editor actually explained it was done because Golden Age was "crude" by then current standards. I guess it was an experiment...
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