The Comics Cube!: A Sense of Wonder: The Bronze Age of …
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Now, for the purposes of this article, we're going to define the Bronze Age as being from June 1973 (which is the date of THE NIGHT GWEN STACY DIED, which is the unofficial end of the Silver Age according to MARVELS) to …

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Bronze Age Babies: Arc of Triumph? Champions 7-10
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Marvel Comics, or more specifically, the Editorial Revolving Door of the early Seventies, has been described as a "Romper Room on Meth"! A certain degree of creative stability is necessary for any comic book to succeed and, …

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The Amazing Spider-Man #121 (Jun 1973, Marvel) Vintage …
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The Amazing Spider-Man #121 (1973), Vintage Bronze Age Comic! Really nice condition!Turning Point! The death of Gwen Stacy! Featuring the Green Goblin! Art by Gil Kane. The scans attached are indicative as to the …

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Comic Books in the Bronze Age: An Interview with Pete Doree
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By the Bronze Age, fans like Barry Windsor-Smith, Jim Starlin or Don McGregor only wanted to work in comics. Tied in with a lack of editorial control ( particularly at Marvel ) this meant much more personal, experimental …

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THE HONOR ROLL: September 24, 2014 Releases
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The comics are crisp and the pics are juicy. … About Me: When he is not working at a library or on his Master's Degree, Ken Godberson III is usually writing comics, prose and screenplays. … Love Bronze Age comics and the Black Hole movie from Disney.

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The Buy Pile: Love, Hip Hop & The Miseducation of Megatron
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Every week Hannibal Tabu (winner of the 2012 Top Cow Talent Hunt/blogger/novelist/poet/jackass on Twitter/head honcho of Komplicated) grabs a whole lotta comics. These periodicals are quickly sorted (how) into two piles — the "buy" pile (a small pile …

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Bronze Age Babies: Who's the Worst… Spider-Man Villain?
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Steve Does Comics said… I have to go for the Rocket Racer. He's a man on a skateboard. How did anyone at Marvel ever convince themselves that was a super-villain? October 24, 2014 at 7:40 AM. Humanbelly said.

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Bronze Age Babies: Who's the Best…Monster Comic?
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I'd say Tomb Of Dracula too mainly because of Gene Colan's art but Marvel UK's Dracula Lives comic featured not just Dracula but also Frankenstein, Werewolf By Night, the Man-Thing, Ghost Rider and the Living Mummy …

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