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SPIDER ISLAND briefly gave us the Spectacular Spider-Herc. But something sort of similar happened once before, in MARVEL TEAM-UP (Vol 2) #2.

Weapon borrowing )
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The Herc comic was cut dreadfully short, but I really can't blame them; frankly, the thing was pretty crappy. Most of it wasn't worth the reading... but it did have a couple good points. For example:



2 pages of Hercules... Well, see for yourself. )
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Another of my "Accentuate the Positive" posts, where I cease whining about current comics, and dig out old ones I enjoyed... I'm not sure, does that make me offically an old fogey?

After the events of New Mutants #60, I didn't buy the comic regularly again, I hadn't much liked Louise Simonson's run, and that was the final straw. I didn't feel like I missed much.

Then a couple of years later, I saw New Mutants #81 on the shelves, a done-in-one story by Chris Claremont and guest penciller Louise Williams. I wonder if it was an inventory story, as it's also mostly a flashback and features neither the regular artist nor writer.

Comic books rarely deal with religion, and perhaps that's just as well, since it's incredibly easy to offend someone be they theist, polytheist or atheist. But it can be done...

It's all about faith )
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ComicBookResources.com has the preview of #29, as the fallout of Avengers vs. X-men #2 continues. Having betrayed and knocked out her own team, Hope has fled, leaving the Generation Hope to -

NAKED DEMI-GOD!!!!

Why haven't you clicked behind the cut already?

Oil coated bodies.  )
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While issue 25 of Avengers Academy only just came out here's a tidbits that I'm sure SD will appreciate as the Lion of Olympus that's coming up in issue 29.

Slight warning for a unclothed former God under the cut. Courtesy of the Avengers Academy thread over at comicbookresources.

One penciled page.

A breeze you say? )

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Yeah I know that the title isn't apt given that Hercules himself is a mortal at the moment, but still I think that Hercules is the anti-Hulk, his pants always come off:)

This reminds me of a Patrick Stewart skit on Extras... )



Herc #9

Oct. 14th, 2011 08:58 am
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Okay, this made me Giggle... as a fan of Classical Mythology this was pretty funny...

Oh Zeus, you so silly :D )


the rest of the preview is at CBR http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=10091


also a question... i don't remember putting up tags for my last two posts... does it do it automatically, or have the Mods been posting them up?
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Greetings True Believers!

A ways back I did one of these posts and I thought it went off like gangbusters, so it's time for another one!

Which ones do you like, hate? Bring your own!

I hope everyone had a good Labor Day!

Image-heavy for you dial-uppers.

Enjoy!

Read more... )

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