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'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'

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Captain Comics replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"I had a very similar experience! The Li'l Capn wanted info about Marvel, DC, Charlton, Archie and Tower, not old stuff! But the older Capn appreciates the book a lot more."
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Dave Palmer replied to Captain Comics's discussion This Week in Comics: June 20-26, 2022
"For an 80s example see Silver Star, and for a 90s example see Bombast."
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Richard Willis replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"I was mistaken. My DVD won't arrive until the end of July. I'll watch it on Disney+ as soon as I can and join in."
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Captain Comics replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"He can only be referring to the JSA appearances in Justice League of America, given when this essay was written. So he never saw some of the better work done with the characters, like the Mike Parobeck-illustrated series, or the series by Roy Thomas…"
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Captain Comics replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"One other thing. At some point I turned to my wife and said, "When did Benedict Wong become an action movie star?" He wears it well!"
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ClarkKent_DC replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"Some thoughts: I enjoyed Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. I saw it in a theater, because for Marvel movies, I get the most out of the spectacle when I see it on the big screen.* Conversely, I am Facebook friends with comics scribe…"
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Captain Comics replied to Wandering Sensei: Moderator Man's discussion What Comic Books Have You Read Today?
"New Comic Book Day for me as a lad was Monday. That’s when the distributor dropped off the new comics and magazines at Cloverleaf Pharmacy."
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Captain Comics replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"Clearly, senility has set in. Got a Blazing Saddles reference wrong, too."
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Captain Comics replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"I have no idea what the third eye can do, or if it's a Darkhold curse, or what. I suspect it's mostly bad news, given that Sinister Strange* said "The Darkhold exacts a heavy toll," and the line was repeated somewhere. Also, I…"
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Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"Nice observations, Cap.The movie was exciting, and yes, being a full horror entry was nice as well.  Bruce Campbell's scenes were very well done too, particularly the second.I wonder what the third eye is supposed to mean exactly. …"
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Luis Olavo de Moura Dantas replied to Captain Comics's discussion 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'
"Shuma-Gorath was named by Robert E. Howard, not Lovecraft.  Who knows whether there is even a clear holder of the rights these days."
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Captain Comics replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"My wife and just assembled 2 short bookshelves and a chair. I am feeling very stabby."
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Captain Comics replied to Captain Comics's discussion This Week in Comics: June 20-26, 2022
"For a while, he had a weird collar (and so did Green Lantern)."
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Captain Comics replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"Baron and Doc Photo Williams are right! In that I agree with them. Superman is almost by definition the first superhero. A great many characters supplied elements that Siegel and Shuster consumed and regurgitated in the Man of Tomorrow, but I…"
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Marvel Comics for June 2022

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A.X.E.: EVE OF JUDGMENT #1

KIERON GILLEN (W) • PASQUAL FERRY (A)

Cover by CARLOS PACHECO • VARIANT COVER BY JOHN CASSADAY

VARIANT COVER BY PHIL NOTO • VARIANT COVER BY MR GARCIN

MEN OF A.X.E.…

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DC Comics in June 2022

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Dark Horse Comics in June 2022

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It is never too late to love someone loudly.

Always Never TP

Jordi Lafebre (W/A/C) and Clémence Sapin (C)

On sale Aug 3

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$24.99

TP, 7” x 10”

After forty years of being madly in love, Ana and Zeno are finally retiring and giving their romance a chance to bloom while they both still have time left.…

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Archie Comics in June 2022

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THE BEST ARCHIE COMIC EVER SPECIAL #1 (ONE-SHOT)

THE BLOCKBUSTER OF THE SUMMER IS HERE featuring Superheroes! Barbarians! Spies! All this…

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At 3:23pm on May 17, 2018, Captain Comics said…

I have one scheduled for week after next. What's up?

At 12:43am on May 17, 2018, Richard Willis said…

Are you going to write an article on the show Cloak & Dagger, which debuts June 7 on the Freeform cable channel (formerly ABC Family)?

At 9:14am on February 14, 2017, Bill Cromer said…

After all these years, that's all I get, "Welcome aboard" ? Geez, it's not like I've only know you longer than any human on this planet outside my siblings.  Seriously, I hope all is well. Speaking of siblings, how's Clyde, Bethany and Persilla (sp?)? Hal, Randy and Karen (mine) are still alive and kicking. I hope you're doing OK. My life has been eventful, good and bad. You must be in hog heaven with all the movies finally able to match people's imagination with the CGI and all.  Every time I go to one or read a comic, I can't help but think of you, old friend. Yes, you're living rent free in my skull.  Stop it. Stop it now...damn, didn't work. I live in Charleston, SC.  Great place. Come visit...or else...

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At 4:00am on July 5, 2015, Captain Comics said…

Hulk now part of army of Hulks. A-Bomb, Red-Hulk, She-Hulk, Red She-Hulk, Paisley She-Hulk, Hulkcetera. Hulk in big-budget movies. Hulk on red carpets. Hulk's introversion clearly a ploy to get attention.

At 2:31am on July 5, 2015, Lee Whitfield said…

Hulk still not sure about this social media stuff, kinda defeats the whole purpose of being an introvert, if you ask Hulk...

At 1:38pm on December 8, 2014, Ron M. said…

Just received a spam message on my profile page from someone named Frank David asking me to invest in his gold mining business.

At 10:39am on February 7, 2013, Captain Comics said…

Will do1

At 7:04am on February 7, 2013, phillip vanelli said…

yes, i was very excited when she told me who her teacher was. I've been following you for years. started way back with your column in the commercial appeal. she laughed at how excited i was.

i'm happy that she is such a good student, tell her hello for me.

At 9:36pm on August 11, 2012, Philip Portelli said…

Happy Birthday, Captain! Thank you for all you do!

At 2:50am on April 30, 2012, john elliott said…

Thank you, Captain Comics.

 
 
 

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