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After referencing the story in last week’s Q&A session,it dawned on me that I’ve never done a proper write-up about the Jack of Hearts guest appearance in Incredible Hulk #213-214 (July/August 1977). Today I’m going to rectify that, as it is one of my favorite Bronze Age Marvel moments and helped trigger the Great Back […]
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Today we have three questions from Mike Loughlin: I’m a little bit younger than you so I didn’t get into the Boston area punk/hardcore/ska/indie scene(s) until the mid-’90s. Were you into the bands that emerged in that era, and if so which ones caught your attention? My unqualified punk rock period ran from 1989 to […]
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I’m still running in low content mode through the holidays, ampoule but that doesn’t mean I don’t have time for a quick “All Stars” edition of Nobody Else’s Favorites featuring a trio of underappreciated characters which should be familiar to regular AT readers: Mr. Atom: An early (as in “1947″) manifestation of Atomic Age anxieties, […]
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Jour de bastille heureux! Hooray pour le logiciel de traduction libre! Vive le France! (Grâce à Taureau bourré peu de partager cette image!) Ecoute recommandée: Muguettes – Concerto pour les Amoureux (d’un disque 1966) C’est une couverture de Quebecois d’un classique de groupe de fille rendu célèbre par “The Toys.” Absolument magnifique. Appréciez!