Blah Blah Blog – Good Comics Part Two

A post from my long-gone Marvel blog of a decade ago concerning Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo's first issue of FANTASTIC FOUR Good Comics pt 2 April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General I've name-checked Mark Waid a couple times in this blog over the past few weeks, because we … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog – Good Comics Part Two

Blah Blah Blog – Frustration

A post from my old Marvel blog about FANTASTIC FOUR: THE LOST ADVENTURE and how a page from that job turned up after the issue had been completed and went to print. Frustration April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General Interrupting my sequence on Unknown Greats because I'm running behind … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog – Frustration

BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #76

I bought this issue at my local 7-11, and some time later, my brother Ken also bought himself a copy for some reason. This was the second new off-the-racks issue of MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS that I purchased, having jumped on board the FANTASTIC FOUR/Marvel train not long before. This issue reprinted FANTASTIC FOUR #95, whereas … Continue reading BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #76

Lee & Kirby: The Mystery of FANTASTIC FOUR #6

In an article printed in THE JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #61, a writer by the name of Michael Breen makes the assertion that FANTASTIC FOUR #6 had not only been penciled and largely plotted by Jack Kirby, but the final lettered script was written by Jack as well. This was at a point before the Marvel … Continue reading Lee & Kirby: The Mystery of FANTASTIC FOUR #6

BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #67, 68 & 69

Continuing to go through the comics I bought during my first trip to my very first comic book store, the Heroes World outlet in Levittown, I also grabbed up these three consecutive issues of MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS. These were the rest of the story begin in issue #66, which I'd previously bought and represented good … Continue reading BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #67, 68 & 69

More On Color Separations – AVENGERS #10 and FANTASTIC FOUR #110

As a brief follow-up to the earlier post concerning the 3M cover proof, I've got a pair of examples to show here that may make understanding how the three primary colors were mixed to make the 64 available colors for printing back in the 1960s and 1970s. Here, I've got two examples where, for a … Continue reading More On Color Separations – AVENGERS #10 and FANTASTIC FOUR #110

BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #24

At this point, you'd be right to detect a pattern here. We're still talking about the comics I purchased during my very first visit to my very first comic book shop, Heroes World in Levittown. I had bought the earliest issues of FANTASTIC FOUR and FLASH that I could manage, and so I turned my … Continue reading BHOC: MARVEL'S GREATEST COMICS #24