It’s that time of year again, and the Christmas comic I’ve chosen to cover this season is Little Archie #180, cover dated Feb. 1983, which means it would have been on the stands just before Christmas of ’82. Continue reading Little Archie and the Magic Hat (or Cap)
Once upon a time, the Marvel Universe had this villainous character more terrifying than Galactus and more horrifying than Thanos. Anyone care to guess his name? Continue reading Hope You Guessed His Name
In late 1981, Christmastime, my pre-adolescent heart was broken when I lost both Elektra and the Black Cat in the pages of Daredevil and Amazing Spider-Man, respectively. Continue reading Spidey Miscellanea Pt. 6: “Murder by Spider”
As recounted on this blog nearly one year ago, my life as a full-time comics buyer got its start around March/April of 1976. Before this, I was exposed to comics here and there, at the barber shop, during shore trips, and through hand-me-downs from older family and friends, always anxious to snag a Spider-Man comic when I found one. Continue reading To the Moon Knight and Back
This year’s Valentine’s Day post will be a bit different, as it will not be featuring any conventional, human romance. Continue reading Puppy Love
Having exhausted many of the subjects that had been on the docket for a long time, I started to think about what the next blogpost might be about and realized I hadn’t done a “time machine” post in quite a while. Continue reading Time Machine: The Flash That Wasn’t
It’s Halloween month, so a post centered upon a woman that refuses to stay dead feels appropriate. Continue reading Elektra Lives Again (and Again and Again)
Bad enough I’ve got a post dealing with a very controversial topic that drives comic fans into a frenzy, but I’m publishing it on a Friday the 13th? Well, at least no one can accuse me of being superstitious! Continue reading Who’s the Man?