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    The Circus of Crime is a popular theme! Here is the Gene "the Dean" Colan take on them:

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    Mike's Amazing world says this issue came out two weeks before Incredible Hulk #3




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax_X View Post
    Mike's Amazing world says this issue came out two weeks before Incredible Hulk #3



    Wow... Did Roy Thomas or John Byrne ever make that Ringmaster the great-grandfather of the later one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainEurope View Post
    Wow... Did Roy Thomas or John Byrne ever make that Ringmaster the great-grandfather of the later one?
    It would be a very obvious development, BUT the nazi-era Ringmaster from the Golden Age was tied into the current day Ring master. If this RM is part of the family, the story about how the line got back to Europe would need to be explained to be complete. Of course with time travel and dimensional hopping being a tool for these comic-book tie-ins, I soppose a return to Europe via ship isn't too much of a leap.

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    I vote for Nschornhorst but Tami's cover is good too.
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    Conn Seanery took my first choice, so that's my vote.
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    It's Stony in the centre ring for me this week.

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    I like how they look at each other… Greg Hatcher.

    Special mention to Nschornhorst for a joyful picture.

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    Kai "the spy"

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    Conn Seanery for me! Banshee as a stogie chomping carnival barker was a nice touch!
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    I vote MRP this time, but nods to Iron Maiden and icctrombone as well.

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    Kai "the spy" for a classic Goscinny cover. Honourable mention to Greg Hatcher for reminding us that while we can take the superhero out of the circus, we can never take the circus out of the superhero.
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