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This ad for Marvel Mystery Comics was drawn by Carl Burgos, and ran in Marvel Stories in may 1040. (thanks, Golden Age Comic Book Stories)
In 1997 Marvel Comics was bankrupt, which prompted Highwater Books to release a benefit issue of their antology Goober Skeber, with alternative and small press cartoonists doing strips featuring Marvel heroes. A sort of Bizarro Comics avant la lettre. Even … Continue reading
An article from National Geographic Magazine, and an house ad from Marvel Comics, both from the sixties, but from very different worlds…
He did it before with Infinite crisis, and once again Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog saves you a wad of cash, by summing up Marvel’s Civil War “event” in 30 seconds. Neat !