Starring the “Fabulous Human Torch”, this was about as exciting as an issue of the Incredible Hulk. AdvertisementsRead More Strange Tales #101 (October 1962)
It took eight months after Henry Pym’s first appearance in Tales to Astonish #27 for him to return, and from then on he remained an enduring character in the Marvel Universe (at least until the 80’s when Bob Hall drew him striking his wife across the face in Avengers #213).Read More Tales to Astonish #35 (September 1962)
Hello folks! I’m back to post something VERY cool!Read More Iron Man Goes to Disneyland
While he may remind look a little of The Riddler, The Ringmaster is a HELL of a lot cooler than just another Commie villain. Also, he’s surrounded by henchmen who look like they came out of the movie Freaks – pretty creepy.Read More The Incredible Hulk #3 (September 1962) PART TWO
Another trait that is becoming more and more apparent with each of these early character issues is that they continue to discover new powers. The cover of this issue hints at the fact that the Hulk can now fly! Instead of a lumbering land-based monster, the Hulk has now taken to the skies!Read More The Incredible Hulk #3 (September 1962) PART ONE
Hrm…this comic is MISSING something. Can YOU spot it?Read More CCA – The Comics Code Authority!
Dr. Don Blake’s story is, like Bruce Banner’s, one of living a double life. Sometimes you just have to keep your true identity a secret.Read More Journey Into Mystery #84 (September 1962)