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While Charlie Soule's story for She-Hulk has been interesting, lots of people have been put off by Javier Pulido's rather idiosyncratic art style and his really creepy eyed Jennifer.

Well, with issue #5 and fill in artist Ron Wimberly, I would say all is forgiven Javier.

Three Pages of looking at the Marvel Universe through a fish eye lens )
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Oh yes it's ladies night and the feeling's right
Oh yes it's ladies night, oh what a night, oh what a night!
Oh yes it's ladies night and the feeling's right
Oh yes it's ladies night, oh what a night

Girls, y'all got one
A night that's special everywhere
From New York to Hollywood
It's ladies night and girl the feeling's good

Ahem, sorry, flashbacks to the music of my youth...

Rhiannon Owens (Click to go to her DeviantArt account) is an artist whose work I've enjoyed looking at in the past, and she has been doing some amazing work on sketchcards for Marvel. The following examples I found by casually browsing through e-bay...

Dangerous Beauty )

And also, an artist whose work is new to me, a watercolour artist who has a rather sophisticated fashion sense to boot is Kevin Wada

Designing Women )
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[personal profile] mistaeff requested scans of '70s Defenders, especially Hellcat, Nighthawk and Valkyrie, as he suspected there might be some bow-chicka-wow-wow vibes going on there. Digging through my collection, I found a few issues from around the time Hellcat first joined, and, well...you guys be the judge?



A few bits from the Scorpio saga, which - don't even ask. )
And on to the big showdown, which spills over into the next two issues. A little less than 3 pages of a 17-page story here, for them that keep track of such stuff.

Tags ahoy! char: hellcat/patsy walker, char: nick fury, char: nighthawk/kyle richmond, char: scorpio/jacob fury (new tag), char: valkyrie/brunnhilde, creator: dan green (new tag), creator: david kraft (new tag), creator: keith giffen, group: defenders, publisher: marvel comics, title: defenders
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First time post! I'm so excited!


7 pages & selected panels worth of content from a fun cracky 23 page comic that's notoriously known for making almost as much sense out-of-context as it does in-context.
This is the 1st issue. It only gets more insane from here )

Suggested tags: char: hellcat/patsy walker, char: iron man/tony stark, char: beast/hank mccoy, creator: kathryn immonen, creator: david lafuente, publisher: marvel comics

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A preview, via Newsarama from the Marvel Digital Holiday Special, out tomorrow
It's canon now )
To be tagged with the title:marvel divas, character tags for Patsy Walker, monica rambeau, felicia hardy, angelica jones, and creator tags for Abby Denson, Sara Pichelli, Emily Warren, Kristyn Ferretti and Lauren Sankovitch

I'll also ask if somebody can direct me to the newspaper Sherlock Holmes comic strips? The ones that had Holmes out to catch a villain who preyed on filthy, penniless rent boys ("So, you know Holmes, try to wear some nicer clothes than you usually do"). It ended with him knocking over a bowl of oranges. Ring any bells?
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Greetings True Believers! I found this "Daily Bugle" newspaper stuck in with my pull-list and I thought I'd share a few news stories from the MU circa 1939. These were rather amusing and I hope everyone enjoys them!

Read more... )
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America's love affair with Patsy Walker lasted over twenty years.From her first appearance in 1944 until her last in 1967, she maintained at least a moderate degree of popularity (enough to carry three titles simultaneously at one point).
The earliest stories, like this, show the series fully realized from the start; no slapstick or forced gags, just simple homespun comedy with the accent on characterization.

This is her fourth appearance, from MISS AMERICA #5, February 1945, which is accredited to Ken Bald(?) and Dan Barry(?). But none of the resources I've consulted seems to be sure.
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The very first Patsy Walker story.
Artist and writer uncredited.

from MISS AMERICA #2, November 1944

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