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Now, this version of The Green Lama was similar to the pulp version. In fact, on the lower third of the final page of the first few stories, the pulp stories were advertised. But the stories suffer from the limitations of the medium of comics at the time. There are no other ongoing characters in the stories. The GL goes after an array of spies and crooks, with a few yellow peril types. A Baroness von Elsa appears twice. Frankly, the poor art hurts the stories.
New Stardust stories offer individual interpretations and explorations of the original character. These stories attempt to fill in plot holes, propose backstory, and otherwise embellish a seminal character in comics history.
In American Comic Book Chronicles: 1940-1944, comics historian Kurt Mitchell writes that the Stardust stories "highlighted Hanks' straitfaced absurdity and distinctively ugly dramatis personae. In style and attitude, Hanks anticipated the underground comics of the 1960s and early '70s".
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A compilation of my absolute favorite Captain Marvel comics!! For this one I read through every single issue of the Fawcett stuff before DC started claiming copyrights on it and taking all the stuff off the internet. This bind wouldnt have been possible without the help of the incomparable Gwandanaland Comics. Back before DC started flexing their trademark muscles I worked with the friendly people over at Gwandanaland to print me up a book of all my favorite Cap comics so I could put them in this bind. They were so great and I love their company. I also ended up pairing it with one of their books, The Complete Mr. Tawny Tales, which is every appearance of Mr. Tawny.
And there you have it. All my Big Red Cheese picks. I think if anyone reads this it gives you a nice overview of some famous classics, and overlooked gems from the amazing Fawcett days to all the DC attempts and lets you get a good taste of the wide swathe of Captain MArvel comics out there!! Thanks for reading!
Who was behind this show? Pretty soon I caught the DJ mentioning his shop, the Land BeyondBeyond, a comic store in the middle of Sydney. The next day I went to visit him and find out whatsort of person played these sounds. There I found Terry Brown, a quiet, unassuming man, dressedentirely in black, with a sharp nose and bald head of a young leprechaun, standing behind thecounter of a dark comic shop down a long corridor from George Street. He played beatnik jazz inthe store, and had an excellent selection of rare books and underground comics, as well as massesof the regular super-hero stuff for collectors. I became a regular customer.
Terry closed the shop with the introduction of the GST goods and services tax, which made it too hard for him to manage the finances of selling imported comics alongside local publications, second hand goods, collectibles, consignment items and renting videos. 2b1af7f3a8