279 | Magazine Sized Comics

Reprints Of 70’s horror magazine sized comics and books we missed when they originally came out are discussed, as well a growing appreciation for Golden and Silver Age work.

MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Ed Woltil

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Vampirella Reprints.

The Creeps.

Proposed Bodé Magazine.

Thumbnails For Proposed Bodé Magazine.

Thumbnails For Proposed Bodé Magazine.

Thumbnails For Proposed Bodé Magazine.

Thumbnails For Proposed Bodé Magazine.

It was not Deadbone, It was Junkwaffel 1 By Vaughn Bodé.

Moebius.

Moebius.

Candy Kitchen On Madeira Beach, Florida.

Archie I Should’ve Been TWINS Drawn By Harry Lucey.
Archie Is A Tool.

Kate Beaton.

Ed Woltil’s Video.

Amazing High Adventure 1.

Amazing High Adventure 4.

Amazing High Adventure 5.

Age Of Conan: Valeria 1.

Age Of Conan: Valeria 1.

Age Of Conan: Valeria 2.

Age Of Conan: Valeria 2.

Conan: Red Nails By Roy Thomas And Barry Smith.

The Bible By Sheldon Mayer, Joe Kubert And Nestor Redondo.

The Secret Service 2 By Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons.

The Secret Service 2 By Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons.

The Secret Service 4 By Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons.

The Secret Service 4 By Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons.

Starlight By Mark Millar And Goran Parlov.

Tales Of Voodoo Reprinted By Skywald.

Batman: The Adventures Continue 1.

6 thoughts on “279 | Magazine Sized Comics

  1. I enjoyed your talk on comic magazines and the whole show. Cool music break. I dig those Bode thumbnails. Shout out graphic designers. Remember x-acto knives and rubber cement?

    The N Young story happened to my friend the same, but it was with R Plant. It was in a mall bookstore. Friend bought a Zeppilin book and got him to sign it. Plant asked him not to alert everyone he was there, but he was spotted. The moms ripped him to shreds.

    Btw if interested, here’s my Kate Beaton print with bonus sketch.

    https://imgur.com/a/nDRdnYH

  2. Yes I do remember X-acto knives and rubber cement, and still use them from time to time. Two local art supply stores went out of business when the company I worked for switched to computers in the late eighties.

    Robert Plant would be hard to miss in public, how could you not get excited to meet him.

    HOW did you get the Kate Beaton sketch?

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