Posted by Tiki God at 18 November 2019

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Alright here we are, 1963. The first… wait, the second… no hold on… the THIRD Marvel team-up book acting like it’s the first! It was released a solid three years after DC’s Brave and The Bold No.28 (First Team-Up of The JLA). The story starts off with Loki stuck on an island because he was a naughty boy from past crimes against Asgard. But somehow he’s still able to use his magical peepers to creep on folks across time and space. (it’s supposed to be astral projection, but Kirby just drew some big yellow angry eyes in the background of panels I kid you not!) So those angry eyes project some TNT on some railroad tracks to wig out the Hulk and get him to smash them. But to the drivers of a conveniently passing-by train, they think Hulk was just being mean and green and doing his thing. So after that tussle, The Teen Brigade catch word of this and start broadcasting the story to either help the Hulk. (You guys remember that iconic team right? The Teen Brigade? The five kids that own a ham radio in the attic of a barn? …Anybody? No? Well that’s alright because this is literally the first and last time I could ever remember reading about them.) So a few pages later, Donald Blake catches wind of the broadcast and is all like “This sounds like a job for ME! Or rather… Thor!” and then he does his thing with the hammer and the transforming andthe flying and yeah. Then Hank Pym hears the news and is all like “This sounds like a job for some bug/insect/ant related heroes!” Then Janet is all like “Wait for me!” and then Hank is all “Ugh women am I right?! It’s 1963 for pete’s sake!” to which I thoroughly rolled my eyes… but I pressed on! (oh also Janet calls him Henry Pym which I’ve got to imagine was an early name for the character before it was properly changed to Hank, but it was weird and worth noting that it only showed up on that one page and nowhere else in the book) Finally, Tony Stark hears the broadcast and is like “Hey I wonder if I could take on the Hulk just for fun! Also I’m using solar power for my suit and I love delivering exposition about my tech every ten seconds!” So after all that exposition, the band of random heroes all show up at the Teen’s radio barn only to have Thor tricked by another Loki illusion of the Hulk running by the window. Naturally he falls for it and leaves. No one else seems to even notice the 6ft Norse God leave the room however. Iron Man takes almost a full page to finally realize it and is all like, “Well hey I guess we didn’t need his help anyway right my dudes?” Hard cut to the next panel, The Hulk is in a clown costume performing in a circus to blend in! NO JOKE. I mean WHAT?! And the ringmaster to the crowd is all like “Yes he may look like a hideous green man in clown make-up but actually he’s a robot!” …again I thoroughly rolled my eyes once more, but I chuckled a little as to how ridiculous it was too so hey, good on you Stan. Anyway, the other performers he’s like “Oh wow no way man I can’t actually believe this dude is a robot you guys, golly…” Meanwhile, a convenient ant just happens to be watching the show and is all like “Hey Hank this robot that looks like a clown that looks like The Hulk is pretty sus… wanna check it out?” and Janet is all like “Wow that green clown is sure is ugly compared to Thor!” and then Hank tells her to shut up and stop daydreaming because as we all know Hank is a terrible person and Janet has always deserved better. So after a minute or two, all hell breaks loose when our heroes try to apprehend Hulk in the middle of his performance by trying all kinds of weird Silver Age ideas of entrapment! Meanwhile, Kirby’s art is killing it as Thor takes a boat across the Sea of Mist to the Isle of Silence where Loki is being held captive and it seriously looks so good for 1960’s comic art! Thor fights some roots and a volcano and some glass and a pink gooey monster and then like thirty Loki’s at once until he finally finds the real one! Back to the B-Plot, Hulk is still being stalked by the heroes after bailing on the circus. Hulk is fighting Iron Man in an auto factory, when Thor shows up like an idiot with Loki in tow. Loki breaks free(?) and then goes radioactive to spook everyone away. But almost to conveniently he just happened to be standing on a previously unmentioned trap-door and falls in. He’s then swarmed by ants and thrown into a lead lined tank (like the ones that hold fuel and radioactive stuff they would eventually dump out and pollute the ocean with back then) and somehow this works(?!) Loki is defeated by a tin can! 😛 So after that, the story wraps up in one page! The Hulk has no grudges over the brutal beating he was given the entire issue and is all like, “So are we a team or what?” Janet comes up with the name and Hank is all like “Yeah The ‘Avengers’! That’s a great idea I came up with and not you!” and everybody raises their arms like they had just won the Olympics or something. THE END …Geez *** Patreon: andrewcookston Instagram: a.cookston.photography

Posted by Tiki God at 12 November 2019

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THE FUTURE IS IN PERIL! Miguel O’Hara’s mysterious return to the present threatens his life and his entire future. ► Subscribe to Marvel: bit.ly/WeO3Y…

Posted by Tiki God at 7 November 2019

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Timelapse sculpting a life sized bust of comic book legend, Stan “The Man” Lee. Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/SculpturePropArt Patreon: www.patreon

Posted by Tiki God at 30 October 2019

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To get the full story head over to www.thedailybugle.net Spider-Man: Far From Home is now on Blu-ray and Digital! www.facebook.com/SpiderManM

Posted by Tiki God at 30 October 2019

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Posted by Tiki God at 29 October 2019

Category: Weekly Comic Review

DOLLAR COMICS DETECTIVE COMICS 854 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I remember reading this back in the day and being less than impressed. I’m still not impressed too much, but I’m happy to see the character getting the attention she deserves.

THE ADVENTURES OF MR CRYPT BARON RAT 1 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
A lovely and enjoyable story of a Skeleton and his friend rat, both of whom must go under disguise to hide themselves from the simple villagers they live with. A top hat and a mustache work, naturally.

SECTION ZERO 6 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I was missing #5, but that came it, but now it’s stuck in my “to read” pile, which isn’t getting any smaller.

THE PUNISHER 15 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I didn’t think I’d ever see Night Thrasher in a comic again, but here we are with him teaming up with the Punisher of all people.

TRUE BELIEVERS HULK HEAD OF BANNER 1 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Get out of Banner’s head!

BLOOD REALM 3 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Insanity in comic book form, love what’s going on here.

ACTUAL ROGER 4 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Super sidekick here doing stuff.

THE WICKED RIGHTEOUS 3 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I’ll need to sit down and re-read all of these again, because I’m pretty lost with the story, or even the setting.

FALLEN WORLD 5 COVER D PRE ORDER EDITION Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Fallen World is a lead in to another future story, so I’m happy with it. War Mother is even here!

STAR WARS JEDI FALLEN ORDER DARK TEMPLE 1 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
A good start to a story that ultimately is going to just be a lead in to a video game that I’m not going to play, so I’m not sure how much I should be expecting of it.

STAR TREK DISCOVERY AFTERMATH 1 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I just read this book last night and I honestly can’t remember much about it.

SPACE BANDITS 3 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Fantastic space escapades written for adults, with impressive art and pacing, this is what comics should be.

UNIT 44 4 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
The resolution of the lost storage unit. Awesome plot device, good wrap up.

TRUE BELIEVERS HULK INTELLIGENT HULK 1 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Even the smartest hulk is still a hulk.

STAR WARS 71 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
Not a huge fan of this story line, but apparently this series does not have many issues left.

SPAWN 300 COVER J PARODY VARIANT MCFARLANE Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I tried reading this and mostly got through it, but other than being impressed with the “parody” cover, this wasn’t a very good comic book.

MARVEL ACTION SPIDER MAN 8 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I’m really happy with the IDW marvel universe, this series is the best of them.

ICYMI 7 Comic Review for week of September 4th, 2019
I DID miss this, thank you for showing me!

Posted by Tiki God at 26 October 2019

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Posted by Tiki God at 25 October 2019

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The Marvel live-action series “Cloak and Dagger” has been canceled at Freeform. The series aired its second season back in April. It followed Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone Johnso…

Posted by Tiki God at 24 October 2019

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Posted by Tiki God at 21 October 2019

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Vin Diesel is #Bloodshot. 🔴 Based on the best-selling comic book – watch the trailer now. 2.21.20 Visit Site: www.bloodshot.movie/?hs308=youtubeorg F…

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