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The List of Marvel Bronze Age Licensed Comics – Flashback …
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Over the weekend, I was looking for a complete list of all the Marvel Licensed Property (LP) comics from the Bronze Age and after a few minutes of unsuccessful searching I decided to put one together myself. To narrow things …

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Bronze Age Babies: Suggestion Unboxed – Separating the …
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I discovered Marvel comics in November 1974 so that would be the start of my personal Bronze Age and I stopped reading comics in late 1983 so that was the end of my Bronze Age. I returned to reading Marvel comics in …

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SON OF SATAN #4 BRONZE AGE MARVEL COMICS 1976 VF+ …
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$9.99. End Date: Thursday Dec-5-2013 19:19:56 PST Buy It Now for only: $9.99. Buy It Now | Add to watch list · more info… SON OF SATAN #3 BRONZE AGE MARVEL COMICS 1976 VF+ (8.5). $9.99. End Date: Thursday …

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Marvel's 31 Best Monsters
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There have been many comic book characters that have used the Scarecrow moniker, but this obscure Bronze Age Marvel creation might be the most twisted. This isn't the iconic Jonathan Crane of DC lore or the lesser known Marvel villain that fought Iron …

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Tony Isabella's Bloggy Thing: HAPPY ANNIVERSARIES
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It's written by Robert Greenberger, who worked for DC, Marvel, Starlog and Weekly World News. Jim Kingman rounds out the discussion with a piece on the non-anniversary DC anniversaries of the Bronze Age of Comics.

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The Bronze Age Of Blogs: Dr. Strange: Planet Earth Is No …
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And how appropriate that, after all he's experienced, the last panel is simply Doc sitting back at home, trying to take it all in. Or, as Steve says, 'coming down.' Well, we've all read Marvel Comics: The Untold Story, right?

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Review: Superman vs. Shazam! trade paperback (DC Comics …
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Shazam!, originally printed in the 1978 All New Collectors' Edition #C-58 at treasury-size, is simply one of the most satisfying DC stories of the Bronze Age. It is a pure, wide-screen tour-de-force with panel-shattering …

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S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: You're Only Inhuman
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Today, Marvel so completely dominates the superhero genre that it's easy to forget how recently it got into the game in the first place. 2008's Iron Man, which launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was hardly a sure thing with mainstream audiences …

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