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News both good and bad cause unscheduled publishing delays

Comics Bronze Age

A career change and continued database issues cause havoc with Comics Bronze Age’s publishing schedule, but look for us to return – again – as soon as possible. [More]

Bronze Age Essentials

X-Men #126

X-Men #126

Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel’s inexpensive B&W reprint volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel series from the 1970s and ’80s. This issue: The X-Men are reunited in Scotland as they hunt for “Mutant X.” [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Avengers #204

Avengers #204

The Avengers search for Shu Han, a woman bought to be one of many brides of the Yellow Claw. A stinker of a story (by a committee of Jim Shooter, Bob Budiansky and David Michelinie) despite nice art from Don Newton and Dan Green. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Marvel Team-Up #7

Marvel Team-Up #7

When Kryllk the troll uses the Dark Crystal (no, not from the movie) to freeze time, it’s up to Spider-Man and Thor to save the day. Gerry Conway, Ross Andru and Jim Mooney team to deliver this enjoyable early-Bronze outing. [More]

Bronze Age Essentials

X-Men #125

X-Men #125

Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel’s inexpensive B&W reprint volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel series from the 1970s and ’80s. This issue: A transitional issue that sees the beginning of Phoenix’s downward spiril. [More]

Reviews (DC)

Spanner’s Galaxy #1

Spanner’s Galaxy #1

Polaris Spanner recalls his past, from becoming a Kaborian squire to discovering he’s an intergalactic fugitive. Nicola Cuti and Tom Mandrake launch a space saga short on originality and lacking pizzazz. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Marvel Team-Up #13

Marvel Team-Up #13

A showdown with agents of A.I.M. lands Spider-Man and Captain America at the mercy of the Grey Gargoyle. This Len Wein story is a bit of a snooze, but the art from Gil Kane isn’t bad. [More]

Bronze Age Essentials

X-Men #124

X-Men #124

Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel’s inexpensive B&W reprint volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel series from the 1970s and ’80s. This issue: A brainwashed Colossus takes on his teammates as the Soviet hero Proletarian. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Cloak and Dagger #1

Cloak and Dagger #1

Cloak and Dagger seek vengeance against those who prey on runaways – but an NYPD detective trailing them doesn’t like vigilantes. It’s another strong, early miniseries from mighty Marvel, this one from the underrated creative team of Bill Mantlo, Ed Hannigan, Rick Leonardi and Terry Austin. [More]

Bronze Age Essentials

X-Men #123

X-Men #123

Bronze Age Essentials uses Marvel’s inexpensive B&W reprint volumes to sequentially review extended runs of Marvel series from the 1970s and ’80s. This issue: Captured, the X-Men find themselves in Arcade’s fun house of horrors! [More]

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