Blah Blah Blog – Ten Years Ago

A post from my ancient Marvel blog concerning comics I had edited a decade earlier. Today, that would be Twenty-Three Years Ago. Ten Years Ago August 8, 2008 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General I’m one of the relatively few editors in the industry who can do this sort of thing, so … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog – Ten Years Ago


At this point, there's interest in pretty much any comics from the 1960s and the early Marvel period, but that hasn't always been the case. In particular, the western and girl humor titles of that period remained affordable for years, as did the pre-hero monster/suspense books. As did this series, SGT. FURY AND HIS HOWLING … Continue reading WC: SGT. FURY AND HIS HOWLING COMMANDOS #8

The 1964 Alley Award Winners

Dr. Jerry Bails was truly the forefather of organized comic book fandom in the early 1960s. As a full-grown adult, his interest in comic books and comics history brought some respectability to the medium, and his status as a grown-up allowed him to interact with the creators and editors of the comics as a peer … Continue reading The 1964 Alley Award Winners