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17 minutes ago, 1950's war comics said:

This is the extent of my personal TV Guide collection....

 As I live in Ireland we never had TV guide although that never stopped me buying this baby.:)

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On 2/26/2018 at 9:05 PM, tv horror said:

Gold key only published this Apes sequel comic to the original movie. 

 

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All of the original planet of apes sequels were good movies ?

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16 minutes ago, FoggyNelson said:

All of the original planet of apes sequels were good movies

Yes and they were also ingenious with the way all the original movies tied up into a neat circle in timeline, especially with the original movie's ending.  

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1 hour ago, tv horror said:

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The above cover of Masters of Terror #2 is based on the cover of Supernatural Thrillers #2 by Jim Steranko. It was a magazine-sized comic that reprinted Marvel's horror story adaptations in black and white. Only two issues were ever published, but both are worth tracking down just to be able to appreciate the detail of the Groovy Age artwork. (One warning about "The Invisible Man": this story is not reprinted in order! Page 13 should follow page 10, then pages 11 & 12, then pages 14 and on.)

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Robert Louis Stevenson Wrote this story after a dream he had and showed it to his wife she thought it was too horrible and threw it into the fire. It still haunted him so he rewrote it from memory. It has been suggested by experts that it had a lot to do with his drinking and Mr Hyde was his drunken side. Note to self don't invite him to any parties!:)

 

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2 minutes ago, 1950's war comics said:

Is this the infamous.., Rifleman log cover everyone is talking about lol !!

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No, that log joke went over our heads?:)

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