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King Standish DC Golden Age - Yahoo Image Search Results

King Standish DC Golden Age - Yahoo Image Search Results

Cover of the DC comic book with Green Lantern and The Flash billed above the title and Green Arrow featuring prominently | The Brave and the Bold # 4 (of 6), January 2000 | Tags: "Fascist tool!"; "Hippie freak!"; facepalm

Cover of the DC comic book with Green Lantern and The Flash billed above the title and Green Arrow featuring prominently | The Brave and the Bold # 4 (of 6), January 2000 | Tags: "Fascist tool!"; "Hippie freak!"; facepalm

The Incredible Hulk #1 (May 1962): Origin and First Appearance of The Hulk. Third most valuable Silver Age comic book. Click for value

The Incredible Hulk - In the series’ first issue, by Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, Dr. Bruce Banner was irrevocably changed when he was belted with gamma rays while saving a teenager from a bomb he helped create.

1944 - Before our comic book heroes' values were replaced with darker and more cynical ones by new writers

1944 - Before our comic book heroes' values were replaced with darker and more cynical ones by new writers

Marvel Masterworks and more!

Marvel Masterworks and more!

A blog presenting covers to imaginary comic books featuring the greatest team ups that never happened... but should have!

Super-Team Family: The Lost Issues!: Nightwing and Daredevil in "Concussions and Repercussions!

America's Best Comics #10, July 1944---Doc Strange, the Black Terror, the American Eagle and Pyroman.

Top 10 is a superhero comic book limited series published by the America's Best Comics imprint of Wildstorm, itself an imprint of DC Comics.

A blog featuring covers to imaginary comic books featuring the greatest team ups that never happened... but should have!

Super-Team Family: The Lost Issues!: Green Arrow and Daredevil in "Horn-Head Has His Last Hurrah!

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