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I could use a good cobweb-blowing myself. http://www.gocomics.com/fredbasset/2015/02/21

I could use a good cobweb-blowing myself. http://www.gocomics.com/fredbasset/2015/02/21

1964 Alley Award: Best Novel - "Captain America Joins the Avengers", by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby, from The Avengers #4  (Marvel Comics)

Avengers Classic Cover: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Giant Man and Wasp Fotografía por Jack Kirby en AllPosters.

1967 Alley Award: Adventure Book with the Main Character in the Title - The Amazing Spider-Man  (Marvel Comics)

50 Greatest Spider-Man Covers of All-Time Master List - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good!

1966 Alley Award - Best Full-Length Story - "How Green was My Goblin", by Stan Lee & John Romita, Sr., The Amazing Spider-Man #39  (Marvel Comics)

I would agree that this is one of the top 5 most Iconic Green Goblin Marvel comic book covers.

"Spider-Man 3" - er, 300 shows the alien symbiote suit possessing Brock. The joint entity is now Venom, and is full of venomous hate for Spider-Man and Peter Parker. Todd McFarlane's dramatic introduction (if not debut) as artist. Smith-Corona is my weapon of choice: David Michelinie.

Amazing Spiderman 300 Venom Cents Issue not a newstand variant NM Beautiful front and back Glossy covers White Pages

Top Five Most Iconic Hal Jordan Covers | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

Top 75 Most Iconic DC Covers of All-Time Master List - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good!

pretty sure i started reading with this issue. thanks neal adams for catching my eye

The Greatest Neal Adams Stories Ever Told! - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good!

8 "Reylo" Comics For Those Who Ship Star Wars' Most Controversial Pair

8 "Reylo" Comics For Those Who Ship Star Wars' Most Controversial Pair

This has gotta be one of my favorite Gary Larson cartoons                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The Bluebird of Happiness long absent from his life, Ned is visited by the Chicken of Depression. Gary Larson - The Far Side

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