X-Men #126 « Comics Bronze Age | Daily Marvel
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Editor's note: Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel's inexpensive B&W Essentials volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel comics from the 1970s and '80s. X-MEN #126 (Cover by Dave Cockrum and Terry …

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From Cave Paintings to Digital and Beyond – The … – Daily Marvel
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Proceeding after, comic books have claimed their own segments in time and have vastly emerged throughout each comic book era, as we know them today as; the Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Dark Age and …

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Justice League: Mortal – An extract from Holy Franchise, Batman!
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Tracing its origins back to the Bronze Age's first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, the Justice League made their Silver Age debut in the comic book story 'Justice League of America' by Gardner Fox, published in The Brave and the Bold …

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Museum and Gallery Listings for June 28-July 4
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… contains several one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Displayed in a small, dark corner room where it glows uncannily, partly by virtue of real lights built into it, “Pop” (1985-1991) is a 10-foot-wide marvel of comic magic realism and meticulous …

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Secret Identity Comics: HEROES CON 2013 REPORT … – Daily Marvel
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Neal Adams is always a favorite with Heroes Con fans, and it was great to chat with him, as well as get some of my favorite silver/bronze age comics signed! Neal also had an impressive portfolio of art available for purchase, …

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Superman: "What I Must Now Do Is Harder Than Anything I Have …
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… directed White Scripts and Black Supermen. It is available through California Newsreel. Posted 3 days ago by Julian Chambliss. Labels: Black Superheroes Race Bronze Age Ages of Heroes_Eras of Men Marvel Comics. 0.

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Kleefeld on Comics: Fantastic Four Artist's Edition Review
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Basically, what they're doing is reprinting old-ish (mostly Bronze Age, I think) comics, but they're just showing the original artwork — pencil scratches, eraser marks and all — at or very near the original size. They're definitely a premium type piece, easily over $100 … John Byrne almost single-handedly got me interested in not only […]

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Online Read Books: Comics 101 – What is the Bronze Age of Comics?
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Marvel Comics, with its more realistic take on super-heroics, was quickly surpassing DC Comics' Silver Age sensibilities to become the more profitable comic book publisher. The Comics Code Authority had loosened some of …

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