Oct. 12th, 2011

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The final issue of House of Mystery reveals the final fate of the House of Mystery. More accurately, it reveals three possible final fates, leaving it up to the reader to decide which one really happened.



Baron Qui and his companion Miss Song tell the tale (behind one version of events)...

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Cobra Commander does the "evil leader of a massive terrorist organization" thing as only he can...

Four pages from G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 170 )
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Giant robots!
Mysterious cities!
Crazy scientists!
Strange technology!

Is this your standard 1930's comic book adventure flair? An old movie serial?

NO, dammit, this... Is..... S.H.I.E.L.D. !!!!!!

Giant robots? Hardly! It's a Celestial!
Crazy scientists to the rescue? Only if you think the greatest minds of the Western world like Michaelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Nostradamus, Nikolas Tesla, and *cough* Nathaniel Richards and Howard Stark bringing the hurt are common lab geeks.

I've already posted my near max for this issue, so I saved my last alloted page for one more shot.

Open up and smile, you son of a .... )
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Greetings, True Believers! (Had to sell the family car to pay for the royalties of Proteus_Lives but I will still use his greeting)

Family and Friendship are elements that must be always treasured and it's always neat to see those elements playing a key role on the modern mythology we call Comic Books (especially on this Ultra-Violent era for our beloved heroes). Today I am proud to give you one great moment from FF # 10.

Friendship and Family )
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Hey gals and guys!

I would like to start posting here some of my own webcomics parodies I've been doing for this past year (or so).
I've been meaning to post some of those on scans-daily for quite some time... but never got to for some reason.

Let's start with a quick introduction and then some of my first comic strips!
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(About 3 pages in all from X-Men regenesis)

While I still find that whole caveman metaphor thingy to be one of the most painfully stupid thing I've ever seen - that was a nice issue finally seeing everyone try to decide what to chose.

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This was requested a bit earlier today, and it was practically the first comic I pulled out of the first box I opened in my ongoing trip down memory lane tonight. So that's fate talking right there, and I got down to scanning it.

Barry Windsor-Smith is one of roughly eight thousand highly talented artists of the eighties (or in his case, 70's and 80s) who couldn't or could no longer keep up a monthly pace. You've got Windsor-Smith, Art Adams, Dave Stevens, Mike Mignola (to the point that he just writes now), Bill Willingham (ditto)...I'm sure I could come up with more given some time (Brian Bolland, Bernie Wrightson...) I think the common denominator is that they were all unwilling to produce substandard work and would take as long as it took to get it right. So they were worth tracking down even if you never knew what odd anthology or mini-series would next feature their work.

After first being exposed to Windsor-Smith's art in X-Men #186 I made a point of buying everything he did from that point onward and worked backwards too, at least until I saw what his old Conan issues from the 70s were going to cost me. Marvel Fanfare #15 was only a few months old at the time, though, so I scooped up a copy of Barry's take on the love/hate brotherly relationship between the Human Torch and the ever-lovin' blue-eyed Thing, and the pranks they play on each other.

Seven pages of nineteen. Astute readers will notice that the file names here start at "2", because I had to throw out one great page at the beginning even after severe triage while following the one-third rule. Even at that I skipped the epilogue and prologue that show the double- and triple-cross setups, plus it broke my heart to cut out the spring-loaded pancakes.

IT'S WAKIN' UP TIME! )
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So, I've been wondering these past few months as to what Psylocke's role would be in this whole Schism story arc in the X-Men comics. So, here are some scans from X-Men: Regenesis.


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Last issue of DEMON KNIGHTS ended with an army of dinosaurs attacking our seven medieval champions. Vandal Savage has an interesting reaction to the event. Here's four pages from this week's DEMON KNIGHTS 2...

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Wow! I didn't notice it had been announced before, but... Here's something nobody will probably care about
besides me and other fans of these characters or creator but..



"Weird Worlds" characters Garbage Man and Tanga are back in publication, "New 52" DCnU or not! This new title is called "My Greatest Adventure" which is actually a throwback to an old DC book were Doom Patrol stories ran in, many years back.

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Last time, on Mosconian Invasion:

Two of the greatest heroes in MLJ Comics, the Shield and the Wizard, joined forces the fight against the dastardly plans of the MOSCONIANS, the people so evil they manage to be both Nazis and the Communists. The valiant Wizard raced off to protect Annapolis and West Point, while the Shield went after the Mosconian spy ring in Washington D.C. The Wizard came back to the capital just in time to save his brother, the head of Naval Intelligence, but in their last act of cowardness, the Mosconians filled the building with cement. Will the Wizard and Grover be able to escape from the wreckage? Will the Shield be able to stop the Mosconians? Click on the cut and find out on this installment of the first crossover in comic book history - THE MOSCONIAN INVASION!

Part 1 -  PC04 - HeaderPart 1 -  PC04 - Header 2

The following story originally appeared in Pep Comics #4. Writing by Harry Shorten, art by Irv Novick

The Shield stops an enemy force from attacking Pearl Habor - in 1940 (11 pages behind the cut) )

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