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marvel silver age comic book covers | similar thing happened with the early Thor issues; at first there ... Thor Comic Art, Marvel Comic Books, Comic Book Heroes, Comic Book Characters, Comic Books Art, Marvel Characters, Marvel Dc Comics, Old Comics, Marvel Thor

The Marvel covers did not start out all that different from the DC covers, although that soon changed. The early Fantastic Four covers featured the characters demonstrating their various powers: The characters are so iconic to us these days that it can be hard to remember that back in 1961, kids had no idea who the FF were, or what they could do, so it was important to give them an idea quickly. As I have mentioned in the past, this may be the real reason the early FF issues started out with…

Debbie Ratzloff
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"Legion of Super-Heroes: "The Revenge of the Knave From Krypton!"": After finishing his homework, Superboy travels to the 30th Century for his regular visit with the Legion of Super-Heroes. There they are alerted by the securi Adventure Comics #320 is an issue of the series Adventure Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1964. After finishing his homework, Superboy travels to the 30th Century for his regular visit with the Legion of Super-Heroes. There they are alerted by the security…

Robert Graul
Silver Age Comics: January 2010 Superman Story, First Superman, Superman Comic Books, Superman Family, Dc Comic Books, Comic Book Artists, Comic Book Covers, Superman Artwork, Superman Logo

As Mort Weisinger took over the reins of the Superman family of magazines, he and his writers set about developing the Superman legend as it would come to be known during the Silver Age of comics. In the stories devoted to Kal-El as an adult, this took the form of the Superman family, with Kandor, Brainiac, the Fortress of Solitude, etc. In the Superboy stories, the focus was more on tales like this one, where we learned how the Lad of Steel learned to overcome some of the limitations and…

Diones Leal Santos
adam strange covers | Single Issue Review: Mystery In Space #75 Retro Comic Book, Dc Comic Books, Vintage Comic Books, Comic Book Covers, Comic Book Characters, Comics Vintage, Adam Strange, Dc Comics Series, Strange Adventure

Mystery in Space was one of DC's long-running science fiction magazines. It was a generally outstanding title for much of its run, initially featuring mostly one-shot stories. Effective with MIS #53, the cover feature became Adam Strange, whom I have talked about previously. Up until this issue, it had never been clear that Adam Strange existed in the same "universe" as the DC superheroes. But as you can see, Kanjar Ro (the alien shown on the cover) intends to go after the Justice League of…

Kami Nakasa
Tales To Astonish #93 - Hulk and The Silver Surfer by Marie Severin Dc Comics, Marvel Comics Covers, Marvel Comics Superheroes, Marvel Comic Books, Comic Book Characters, Comic Books Art, Cartoons Comics, Marvel Characters, Comic Art

Featured Characters: ⏴ Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie) ⏵ Antagonists: ⏴ It, the Silent One Supporting Characters: ⏴ Dorma ⏵ Other Characters: U.S. Navy ⏴ Kraken ⏵ (First appearance) Races and Species: Humans Atlanteans Locations: Earth-616 Earth Atlantis Medi-Ray Chamber Namor continues his battle against the radioactive creature known as It, as a military submarine, believing Namor to be responsible for the creatures attack on the vessel fire torpedoes at the two combatants. Their fight knocks…

Manthan Pathak
Superman 172 comic, Vintage Silver Age books. 1964 DC Comics, FVF (7.0) Silver Age Comic Books, Old Comic Books, Silver Age Comics, Comic Book Covers, Superman Comic, Superhero Comics, Dc Superheroes, Superman Stuff, Superman Logo

SUPERMAN #172. Off WHITE interior pages which is rare for a 56+ year old comic. Staples are tight, no missing interior pages or cut coupons, not warped, no water damage, no water stains, no restoration. General wear,, dust shadow on right edge on front and back cover is the reason for the grade. Cover is fully attached, book lays flat, supple pages and cover, no brittleness. In F/VERY FINE (7.0) condition. A solid copy. Hit Zoom for super large pictures, many times the actual comic book…

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