69 | Comic Titles Gone Into Oblivion And Reading Comic Books Online

Al and Don start out discussing forgotten titles that have seemingly gone into oblivion,
and later talk about a band that never made the shuffle to obscurity. Kind of strange that neither one cared for The Eagles, but they seem to know the material quite well anyway.



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Omaha The Cat Dancer Finishes And Is Available From NBM

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Love And Rockets By Los Bros Hernandez
And Published By Fantagraphics

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Nexus By Mike Baron And Steve Rude
Originally Published By Capital Comics, Then Moved On To First Comics

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The Badger By Mike Baron Went Through Several Artists…
Jeff ButlerSteven ButlerBill ReinholdChas Truog,
Jackson GuiceMike Mignola And Ron Lim.
But Only Two Publishers, Capital Comics And Later First Comics.

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Whisper By Steven Grant, Rich Larson
Another Title That First Picked Up After Capital Comics Went Away

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American Flagg By Howard Chaykin And Published By First Comics

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My Stars My Destiny By Alfred Bester
Adapted To Comic Form By Howard Chaykin And Byron Preiss

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Warp By Peter B. GillisFrank Brunner, And Bob Smith
The Premiere Title From First Comics

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Mike Grell’s Star Slayer Started With Pacific Comics,
Then Went To First

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Cartoon History Of The Universe By Larry Gonick

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Lone Wolf And Cub By Kazuo Koike And Goseki Kojima
Usually Found In The Manga Section Of Bookstores

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Buried On The Shelves With Superman And Spider-Man

Reading Comic
Books Online

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Reading The Material In A Retail Establishment Is Usually
Frowned Upon, As Shown In This Panel Of X-Men By
Chris Claremont, John Byrne And Terry Austin

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Rawhide Kid Cover By Jack Kirby

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Rawhide Kid Page Written And Penciled By Larry Lieber

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Rawhide Kid Story Written And Penciled By Alex Toth And Inked By Vince Colletta

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To The Limit The Untold Story Of The Eagles By Marc Eliot

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