Pre- Hero Marvels!!!!
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I love these comics ,as I know alot of you do also!! Let me start with a Ditko cover!!

From my collection,

 

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How does that cop know the monster's name and where he came from?

 

I don't see RRO wearing one of those little tags:

"Hello. My name is RRO and I am from the bottomless pit." hi.gif

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In an editorial of the reprint series Tales to Terrible to Tell, the following question is asked: How exactly do you pronounce "Rro?" Do you trill the rrrrrs, like in Spanish? 27_laughing.gif

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27_laughing.gif Good point!! Well you know, we have to suspend our belief with funny books,OK!!!!!!! 27_laughing.gif

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Here's another fave of mine, Jack Kirby cover!!! Start posting , guys!!!

 

 

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In an editorial of the reprint series Tales to Terrible to Tell, the following question is asked: How exactly do you pronounce "Rro?" Do you trill the rrrrrs, like in Spanish? 27_laughing.gif

 

27_laughing.gif - I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw the cover.

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893applaud-thumb.gif893applaud-thumb.gif I love these covers as well, but may be parting with them in the near future! Here's one that I just scanned....

 

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thumbsup2.gifKeep'em coming!! Nice books!!

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Here's a pence copy of Journey Into Mystery #77..

 

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RRO, Monteroso, etc 27_laughing.gif. That's mostly Kirby's work isn't it? How he switched gears from kooky pre-hero stories to the classic SA stuff is pretty cool. Something must have inspired him.

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Yeah!! Stan Lee! & feeding his family!!

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thumbsup2.gif I realy like these old Pre-Hero marvels also especialy Strange Tales and hear is one of my favorites ST 88 grin.gif

 

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I've posted these before, but his seems like a good place to repost! Great thread!

 

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That's a great JIM #58.

Here's another JIM. Kind of a lame cover, but a nice copy. 599308-JIM%2375.jpg

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As you can tell, I love these books too!

 

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great books red. thumbsup2.gif

 

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Thank you Rick. Isn't it nice to be talking comic books? thumbsup2.gif

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