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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]

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Superman #349

Superman #349

Returning from an interstellar mission, Superman finds himself trapped on an Earth where everyone has changed sexes. This lightweight relic from Martin Pasko and Curt Swan isn’t bad, but it’s not very entertaining, either. [More]

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Marvel Team-Up #1

Marvel Team-Up #1

Spider-Man and the Human Torch team on Christmas Eve in an effort to thwart the Sandman’s not-so-nefarious plan. Roy Thomas, Ross Andru and Mike Esposito offer a fair-to-middlin’ yuletide yarn to launch one of the Bronze Age’s signature team-up books. [More]

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Review: Wonder Woman #199                

Diana Prince teams with Jonny Double in an effort to protect the “King of Beautiful Women.” Dated-but-eminently-enjoyable fun from Denny O’Neil, Don Heck and Dick Giordano. [More]

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Amazing Spider-Man #153

Amazing Spider-Man #153

Spider-Man races to help as a football-player-turned-scientist tries to save his daughter from kidnappers. Will either man be in time? Len Wein delivers a strong done-in-one story here, with solid support from Ross Andru and Mike Esposito. [More]

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Action Comics #521

Action Comics #521

The DC Implosion couldn’t keep a good superheroine down. Gerry Conway’s Vixen finally earns her DCU debut, teaming here with Superman in a story drawn by Curt Swan and Frank Chiaramonte. [More]

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Amazing Spider-Man #185

Amazing Spider-Man #185

Spider-Man goes mano a mano against the White Dragon, then Peter Parker graduates from college. Ross Andru finishes up a five-year run as the lead spider-artist with this pair of Marv-Wolfman-penned tales. [More]

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The World of Krypton #1

The World of Krypton #1

A tape found on the moon allows Superman to learn the story of his father, Jor-El. Paul Kupperberg, Howard Chaykin, and Murphy Anderson collaborate on the comic industry’s first miniseries, but the results are terribly dated. [More]

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