In a daring development that's sure to rock the internet to its very foundations, Steve Does Comics challenges the authority of the Time Police themselves by posting its quick overview of Marvel's mighty mags from March 1964 a day early.
Can the fabric of the universe survive such insolence?
And what's more, by the time I've finished, will it even want to?
The Enforcers make their debut.
I believe this is that rare thing, a Spider-Man cover drawn by Jack Kirby, who some of us felt never quite got to grips with drawing the character.
Captain America returns from his icy tomb, ready to take on all-comers - and owes it all to the block-headed idiocy of the Sub-Mariner.
Forget Galactus. Years before he showed up, the FF find themselves up against a far earlier all-powerful alien.
I've always loved this tale. It has a certain charm.
And pictures of ice cream.
It looks like Zarrko's still causing trouble for our long haired battler.
The Human Torch's adventures continue to limp along but surely their days are now numbered, as Dr Strange begins to make his presence felt on the cover.
You do fear it can only be a question of time before it's a case of, "By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth - begone!" for the Torch.
The Scarecrow! A, "Super-villain to make you gasp and wonder!"
To be fair, mostly what you wondered was how come Iron Man was having so much trouble against a foe whose only super-power was having two pet crows.
Poor old Giant-Man, still lumbered with less than stellar opponents - and still having endless trouble dealing with them. No wonder he eventually went mad.
Magneto's back. And he's got his mates with him.
You do wonder why he allied himself with a witless, spineless sycophant and two people who didn't like doing bad things.
Maybe, like Thanos, he secretly wanted to be stopped.
Keep Those Things Away From Me - Novel
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