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Monday, June 28, 2010

Makin’ Links # 221

Roasted Peanuts is a site that comments on various Charles Schulz Peanuts strips. May not sound like much but comments range from pithy to philosophical to insightful to hilarious…much like the strip itself.

http://peanutsroasted.blogspot.com/

Grantbridge Street shares a whole bunch of single page pinups by Jack Kirby depicting various early Fantastic Four villains. I believe these originally appeared in an Annual issue.

http://grantbridgestreet.blogspot.com/2010/06/gallery-of-fantastic-fours-most-famous.html

Over at Bronze Age Babies, the titular reviewers tackle what is arguably the seminal Bronze Age book–Giant Size X-Men # 1! A definite sleeper book on its original release, Marvel had long underestimated the fans’ desire to see more of the X-Men after the original series had been relegated to reprints. Then…this.

http://bronzeagebabies.blogspot.com/2010/06/giant-size-june-g-s-x-men-1.html

Finally today, here’s Rich Buckler with the latest chapter of his career story, this one dealing with his time at DC working mainly with Vince Colletta during the late seventies. Fascinating stuff.

http://ohdannyboy.blogspot.com/2010/06/from-desk-of-rich-buckler-part-vi-dc.html


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