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  1. Folk horror, rural culture, nomophobia, and *Creepy Things*

    Some of the Bronze age's weirdest comics were published by Charlton Press. Even by their way out, wild standards their horror comic series Creepy Things took weirdness to new heights.

    Combining...
  2. a new approach to psycho-analysis and The Hulk

    Viewed through the prism of all our most contemporary issues and philosophical debates, The Hulk becomes Marvel's most relevant character. A new understanding of The Hulk, identity politics,...
  3. Marvel Assistant Editor's Month 1984

    Before Crisis On Infinite Earths, before Secret Wars, Marvel broke the comic book storytelling mould (and annihilated the 4th wall!) with the wildest, most innovative cross-over event ever - an early...
  4. The historical significance of 80's war comics

    No matter how ridiculous or believable comic book stories get they inevitably always end up reflecting the big picture of culture, current events, and history.

    A'lot of the war comics from the...
  5. How to make The Micronauts movie totally great

    Th original Micronauts is one of my fave Marvel series ever, there's really never been anything else in comics like it before or since (not counting the ancient Classic Comics adaptation of Swift's...
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