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Marvel Madness in the 70s

The first draft of my recent Ghost Rider article for Back Issue had a much more extensive history of the character, including all kinds of minutiae and boring plot details of nearly every comic in which he appeared. (Cheap plug: A list of all those comics was provided in my last blogpost.) Much of this was due to an overly slavish response on my part to an editorial request to include everything. Continue reading Marvel Madness in the 70s

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Marvel Comics, Greatly Beloved Comics Company, to Die at 54

Marvel Comics (also known as “Marvel Comics Group,” “Merry Marvel,” and “The House of Ideas”), after lying comatose in its sickbed for three decades, will be euthanized later this year. The comics company is 54 years old.

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TV Superheroes at Midseason

Happy MLK Day to all! I was thinking of doing an African-American themed post today, but then decided I’d hold off on that until February (Black History Month). For the time being then, I want to check back in on some superheroish television programs just as they’re about to return from the midseason break. Continue reading TV Superheroes at Midseason

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