And what better way to wrap up 31 days of horror comics with the biggest, baddest, most persistent bogeyman in comics history? Yup, here's some FREDERIC WERTHAM (eeeee!) to scare you guy back under your covers! Enjoy this article on the evils of comics from Saturday Review, and tremble under the real horror of it ... Wertham was RIGHT! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-haaaaa!
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I gotta be honest, excepting THE BRAIN AND THE BAT, this'un's my favorite Skeleton Hand bit of idiocy. Enjoy!
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I genuinely have no idea who created Spirit Man (sometimes spelled "Spiritman") despite the fact that the dense, definitive a...
"DON'T ... MESS ... WITH ... MY ... CHICK!" I've had the opportunity to write about a Golden Age robot hero who seeme...
Whoops, forgot to get to this one right after the first part. Also, I was gonna just reprint the original post as a joke, since so many of t...
Enough of this guy ... What exactly is Mister In-Between meant to be between? A rock and a hard place? The Devil and the deep blue sea?...
With superhero television programs blowing up in the last few years, recaps of superhero television shows have become all the internet rage...
Aw, that raccoon really loves him. As I continue my tour of the early-1970s career-oriented Popeye comics and their distinctly art-ho...
Animal crimefighters are a fun-sounding idea which, more often than not, turn out to be a lot darker than the concept would suggest. For...
Micronauts vol.1 No.32 (Aug 1981) Writer: Bill Mantlo Artist: Pat Broderick/Dan Bulandi Letterer: Simek Colorist: Warfield Editor: L...
Oh my god, let's get high and make mascots! The pharmaceutical industry seems to live and die on superhero mascots, conflating the sin...
Blue Ribbon Comics vol.1 No.1 - August 1939 Enjoy Gone&Forgotten every day on Tumblr