Last night I could barely contain my excitement, as the Horror Channel was showing that movie where Tom Baker plays an artist who kills his enemies, with Voodoo.
When was that film made?
What does 1972 have to do with what our favourite comic company was doing in August 1975?
Absolutely nothing but I thought I'd mention it anyway.
Voodoo? Spidey doesn't need no Voodoo. He can sort out his enemies with his bare hands.
Thanks to the Avengers, Conan hits the 100th issue landmark that his own mag could only have dreamt of.
The Defenders are still in their early stages - while it sounds like the Jester is in his latter stages.
I do wonder if wooden bullets would survive being fired from a gun.
It's like all those murder mysteries where someone's been shot and the cops can't find the bullet and then it turns out it's because the bullet was made of ice and melted in the wound. Could a bullet made of ice actually survive being blasted from a gun?
Only Steve Does Comics asks these questions because only Steve Does Comics doesn't have a clue.
Beneath the Planet of the Apes battles towards its explosive conclusion.
I do have to say I was more impressed by the mutants in the comic than I was in the movie. The ones in the movie looked barely mutated at all. The ones in the comic really did look like people who'd just pulled their faces off.
The cover creates the impression that the Silver Surfer's, "Deadliest battle ever!" involves him tangling with Doc Savage and the X-Men.
I suspect he's battling with neither of them when you open the comic.
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