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Informative comic book discussion in a visual historical context.
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ComicBookHistorians 29m
I added a video to a playlist Ep.34. Jim Starlin's early 1970s Fanzine Work Hints At His Later Marvel
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ComicBookHistorians 30m
Ep.34. Jim Starlin's early 1970s Fanzine Work Hints At His Later Marvel Creations: via
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ComicBookHistorians 10h
Captain America 127, 1970 is particularly interesting due to the artistic pairing of Gene Colan as penciler and Wally Wood as inker. This is after Wood's Thunder Agents and during the beginning of his strips with the Overseas weekly. This issue hits th…
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Captain America 127, 1970 is particularly interesting due to the artistic pairing of Gene Colan…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Our new podcast on 1976 is here! check out episode 12 where Alex Grand , Jim Thompson, and Bill Field cover the Marvel Bicentennial, the Marvel Editor in Chief Music Chairs, Howard the Duck runs for president, the publisher changes at DC, and Jack Kirby …
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Our new podcast on 1976 is here! check out episode 12 where Alex Grand , Jim Thompson, and Bill…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
I think Captain America Comics 28, 1943 perfectly captures the insane action that Alex Schomburg is known for on one amazing cover.
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
I think Captain America Comics 28, 1943 perfectly captures the insane action that Alex Schomburg…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Wally Wood and Steve Ditko worked on some Jungle Jim short comic stories together in 1969. A fun pairing of talents that also worked together on Heroes inc around this time. This page is from the Wally Wood Jungle Adventures Vanguard reprint. Jungle Ji…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Wally Wood and Steve Ditko worked on some Jungle Jim short comic stories together in 1969. A…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Pulps are precursors to comics and to celebrate them, as well as Christmas, and digests, here’s a Christmas cover to Galaxy Science Fiction Magazine from 1953 by Edmund Emshwiller.
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Pulps are precursors to comics and to celebrate them, as well as Christmas, and digests, here’s…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Blue Beetle was created by Charley Nicholas and possibly Will Eisner for Mystery Men 1, 1939 for Fox Comics. He was originally a masked mystery man until he was changed into a costumed crime fighter later in the same year as shown on the cover of his ow…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
Blue Beetle was created by Charley Nicholas and possibly Will Eisner for Mystery Men 1, 1939 for…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
1981. An interesting DC Marvel crossover written by Jim Shooter and drawn by John Buscema and Joe Sinnott. Cool to see DC characters drawn in that Marvel style.
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 18
1981. An interesting DC Marvel crossover written by Jim Shooter and drawn by John Buscema and…
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 17
[CBH#1 Post]What Happened to Key Golden Age Artists as the Silver Age Was Near by Alex Grand
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 17
Mort Meskin floating heads from Golden Lad 4, 1946. Meskin was a huge influence on Steve Ditko.
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 17
Mort Meskin floating heads from Golden Lad 4, 1946. Meskin was a huge influence on Steve Ditko.
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ComicBookHistorians Jan 17
Steve Ditko was perfect for Dr. Strange in his 1960s Strange Tales run. One can see the beginnings of his dimension hopping Dr. Strange in this issue of "Strange" Suspense Stories 32, 1957 that he did for Charlton comics.
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