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  1. Thor #322 (August, 1982). Art by Ed Hannigan. ...

    Thor #322 (August, 1982). Art by Ed Hannigan.

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/marveldatabase/images/9/9b/Thor_Vol_1_322.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20190512154036
  2. I though this 1950s cover was the original...

    I though this 1950s cover was the original fridging.

    https://i.imgur.com/QqyTd0K.jpg
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    I donít think it can convincingly be narrowed...

    I donít think it can convincingly be narrowed down to three, but if you really want such an answer, then in terms of individuals, it may be Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Captain America.
  4. Whirlwind Carter from Daring Mystery Comics #4...

    Whirlwind Carter from Daring Mystery Comics #4 (May, 1940). Art by Fletcher Hanks.
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  5. Indeed, quite a number of them, with some having...

    Indeed, quite a number of them, with some having been published quite a bit more than others:

    https://i.imgur.com/WvfEnDE.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/KYo7s4B.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/wy5MOjv.jpg...
  6. Marvel Comics 1939-1959 Appreciation 2020

    An appreciation thread for the comic books Marvel published from the 30s through the 50s.

    The comics they published during this time include:

    Adventures into Terror (1950)

    Adventures into...
  7. Looking back, itís quite impressive how Sherlock...

    Looking back, itís quite impressive how Sherlock Holmes has managed to stay popular after over 100 years. Not just in England, but all over the world too. Heís arguably as popular in 2020 as he was...
  8. Interesting. When you put it like that, it makes...

    Interesting. When you put it like that, it makes it almost sound like there are multiple Magnetos running around with their appearances changed to look like other characters. I suppose the many...
  9. From The Silver Surfer #2 (October, 1968). Art by...

    From The Silver Surfer #2 (October, 1968). Art by John Buscema.

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/zV7RqLCYa1H1-_f9QM93esPF5npuQ7WuV822ZD7f1An3nUEj6RZ2tHO93hOEiTlK0FbKwQzknXmB=s1000
  10. From Doctor Strange #170-172 (1968). Art by Dan...

    From Doctor Strange #170-172 (1968). Art by Dan Adkins, Tom Palmer, and Gene Colan.

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/hBZ9Bj4UKGLFCJviZ-6J8PoolJ4NxMvQ1q35a37tkDS-MmGW8Dz2iq-EQ3dqIEuSQG4fSttkqN-w=s1000
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    Stan Lee and Dan DeCarlo in Millie the Model...

    Stan Lee and Dan DeCarlo in Millie the Model Comics #77 (April, 1957). Art by Dan DeCarlo:
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    From Marvel Mystery Comics #34 (August, 1942)....

    From Marvel Mystery Comics #34 (August, 1942). Art by Carl Burgos:

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/Azff-zrEOHdXnynpAaYDKowuGrJKmob-IfAupglQdi6SGk7IF13-1sKUNMqv7ZY0jJtvAwXfinX5=s1000
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  13. Yep, a slingshot doesn’t need to be as powerful...

    Yep, a slingshot doesn’t need to be as powerful as a cannonball to still break a window. What Michael X of Black Power did to Gale Benson was still an atrocity after all.
  14. Yep, unless self-defense, arrests, or something...

    Yep, unless self-defense, arrests, or something more appropriately extreme has to be used against such destructive villains of society, then at that point, it’s really just people, whether on forums...
  15. Lunatics all around, some probably groomed that...

    Lunatics all around, some probably groomed that way too. Also heard of the condemnation towards those who use the ok symbol, once again seeing comparison to WWII Nazism supremacists, even though the...
  16. Cool page from Action Comics #30 (November,...

    Cool page from Action Comics #30 (November, 1940). Art by Jack Burnley.

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-LUXYauaP8c8/Vt6ILjBYklI/AAAAAAAAPuc/Wg4LPhp1wdE/s0-Ic42/RCO013.jpg
  17. Money and financial problems are some of the...

    Money and financial problems are some of the biggest answers Iíve heard.
  18. Any salute can be a fascist salute so long as...

    Any salute can be a fascist salute so long as thereís malicious/fascist intent behind it. ;)
  19. 1942-1946: Creig Flessel (Adventure Comics...

    1942-1946:

    Creig Flessel (Adventure Comics #70):

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/kJhcUgY0HnB68x6LbZNzo03tr7halhiNGTnyjl5wFSx31xwsflHiURG4umg5q_GBk8DgTTOgp4M9=s1000

    Mort Meskin (Adventure Comics...
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    The earlier All-Winners and All-Select covers...

    The earlier All-Winners and All-Select covers feel like Invaders covers in of themselves.

    https://i.imgur.com/I8X9Z65.jpg
  21. I’m liking the X-Men having more stuff to handle...

    I’m liking the X-Men having more stuff to handle than just the mansion and the diplomacy that comes with it. The only thing I still am not a fan of is the sort of cold/military/sociopathic-esque...
  22. It’s pretty evident when one looks at More Fun...

    It’s pretty evident when one looks at More Fun Comics #108 (March, 1946), which is the first issue where Green Arrow, the Spectre, Doctor Fate, Aquaman, Johnny Quick, Dr. Occult, and Superboy aren’t...
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    Lev Gleason Publications had a character from...

    Lev Gleason Publications had a character from Daredevil Comics named Nightro (August, 1941), who, despite being called "the streamlined Robin Hood," was surely based more on Dr. Mid-Nite (April,...
  24. Cyclops is similar to the Comet from Archie's Pep...

    Cyclops is similar to the Comet from Archie's Pep Comics #1 (1940).

    https://box01.comicbookplus.com/viewer/bd/bdaec0c1b1d5b83f5b455921aa7d01b1/13.jpg
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  25. 1937-1938: Sven Elven (New Adventure Comics...

    1937-1938:

    Sven Elven (New Adventure Comics #13):

    https://box01.comicbookplus.com/viewer/38/38ab1cf326a2079635a3b2c876bb03b5/52.jpg

    Munson Paddock (New Adventure Comics #24):
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