"My two favorite arcs of 1990s Spider-Man comics are Spectacular Spider-Man #178-184 (“The Child Within”) and Spectacular Spider-Man #194-196 (“The Death of Vermin”), both from J.M. DeMatteis. They are the only 1990s Spidey…"
"Somehow I never caught the town name association. When I was watching it I was too young. I think the censors missed it because that word wasn't in general use at the time (right?).
Green Acres, débuting in 1965, was set in…"
"Captain Comics said:
But over in Strange Tales, nothing of the kind occurred. Dr. Strange never fought the Human Torch, nor did S.H.I.E.L.D. have the customary guest appearance in the "host's" strip before the feature started.
"MeTV ads seem to show fragments of crossover episodes between the three shows.
Obviously, from the photo below, Uncle Joe made it out of the Junction now and then, to appear in CBS' other "rural comedies," Green Acres and…"
"I know we watched Petticoat Junction but have no memory of any stories. I don't think it was ever heavy on plot.
And Petticoat Junction's gimmick was the trio of lovely ladies though I have no real memories of watching the…"
"Captain Comics said:
Never again will Iron Man's transistors be strained by overuse and need to be plugged into an electrical outlet!
I think the big thing at that time was plugging himself in so that the shrapnel wouldn't reach his heart…"
"When I went all-in on Marvel books, TOS #49 was my first Iron Man. I think that the "by special arrangement with X-Men magazine" bit may have been Martin Goodman's predilection for having multiple fictional publishing companies on all…"
We've heard this before, but now it's the publisher of Image sounding the alarm. Per Newsarama: "IMAGE Publisher: 'There Are Way Too Many Books' for Comic Stores to Handle"
Maybe many of the…"
"We open where we left but this time with the mystery man in the other bed/trap openly revealed to be the Kingpin's son Richard - the Kingpin's plan being to somehow siphon off Spider-Man's 'life-force' and transfer it to…"
Hey Richard, if you've got the first Tales of Suspense Atlast Masterworks, with the corrected table of contents, how about photocopying it for me and mailing it to me? My copy reprints the table of contents for the first Tales to Astonish volume in error. I'd like a copy of the correct list (all of 3-4 pages, I would think) to fold and store with the volume.
If you do, could you mail it to: Kirk Groeneveld, 105 Second St., Athens, OH 45701