5 and the Infinite
More on the Spanish original here (the page translates well through Google's translator).
The first appearance of It! The Living Colossus. Also #20.
(A hat-tip to the GCD's page on Astonishing Tales #21 for the information.)
The British paper the Daily Mirror is currently rerunning a Garth storyline from the 70s drawn by Frank Bellamy called "The Angels of Hell's Gap". The strip can be read at the paper's website online but there doesn't seem to be a past strips archive. The strips are being coloured by Martin Baines.
Garth's adventures were a mix of SF adventures and adventures in other times. In the latter stories he would merge with a person of the past and live his life. The current storyline apparently involves the American Civil War (it opened with Garth on the set of a Civil War movie). My hat tip to the Bear Alley blog, on British comics and paperbacks, for the heads up. Possible nudity - I understand there was some in the strip during Bellamy's run.
Seen on a bumper sticker:
Don't Drink and Park
Accidents Cause People
A story strange as fiction, from the Simon and Kirby blog. Note that the blog's author requests images not be reproduced from his blog without permission for copyright reasons.
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