The Human Fly takes on greedy businessmen and really, really careless, incompetent reporters. At Niagara Falls. And none of it is as good as it sounds.
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The empire strikes! But it’s not striking BACK…not yet, anyway. (And do they really strike in THIS issue? We’ll talk about it.)
To celebrate 100 episodes of both the Marvel’s Cosmic Comics sub-feed AND the main feed, we cover John Carter’s 2nd annual AND John Carter’s big screen appearance! First, The Headmen of Mars, a fantastic story of horror and weirdness! Then, my review of John Carter, the movie, from a 2012 episode of …
With news of Carrie Fisher’s passing, plans changed and Ben take a look back at the comic book mini-series that pays a fitting tribute to the character that Carrie Fisher brought to life: Princess Leia. Rebel leader, princess, and icon, Princess Leia turned the concept of “save the princess” on …
Taking a look at what else is happening at Marvel with the cover date November, 1978. Moon Boy and Devil Dinosaur take on other dino riders, while Machine Man deals with evil scientists, and some advertisements cause some excitement for what’s coming to Marvel’s Cosmic Comics in the near future!
Tars Tarkas battles alone against a contender for his leadership!
The Human Fly grapples with two Vietnam vets who have turned to terrorism to get the word out about the shoddy care wounded veterans are receiving.
In part two of what could be called the “Godzilla Goes West” story arc, Godzilla proves himself to be one tough dude.
This month’s Star Wars is a fill in issue, meant to fill in the gap for scheduling purposes as the regular team worked on the series, but also meant to fill in the gap on some of Luke Skywalker’s past!
Ben takes a peek at the ads and editorial material in the Marvel comics cover dated October, 1978 and also takes a look at two comics related to Jack Kirby’s 2001: A Space Odyssey: Machine Man #7 and Devil Dinosaur #7.