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The Sensual Duck

Gobbling up back issues of old comics is fun, but it’s also fun (and usually more challenging) to find old magazines and newspapers with articles about comics—particularly those periodicals designed with a wider, more mainstream audience in mind. Continue reading The Sensual Duck

The MCU’s Big “Eternals” Gamble

It’s said that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it, and the MCU may not have studied their comics history as well as they should have. Continue reading The MCU’s Big “Eternals” Gamble

A Scorpion Off Baker Street

It’s early to mid-June, 1978, around the same time of year as right now. My aunt and uncle—still living on the first floor of the house, but getting ready to move to another part of town soon—are having a garage sale. Continue reading A Scorpion Off Baker Street

Mourning Becomes Miller’s Elektra

This one’s been on the to-do list for years, but I’ve been putting it off because I was anticipating it becoming another epic piece, akin to my Gwen Stacy Murder Case post. Continue reading Mourning Becomes Miller’s Elektra