With their heavy psychological tropes and hallucinatory imagery the mystical Doctor Strange stories proved to be a hit with college students in the mid-sixties.
This week's Classic Cover is from Marvel's seventies series of comics which were based on the original books by Edgar Rice Burroughs...
Probably the strangest stars to ever appear on Saturday Night Live are the subject of Marvel Team-Up #74 and this week's Classic Comic Cover Corner.
Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has always had trouble with the law, but this week truth, once again, proved to be stranger than fiction.
With the world at large facing potential dire circumstances, the situation harkens back to the Cold War and this week’s classic comic cover, Weird Science #14.
General Zod was an inmate of the infamous Kryptonian prison, the Phantom Zone, when he first appeared in the pages of Adventure Comics #283 in April of 1961.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo, this Classic Comic Cover Corner features the Spanish version of Amazing Spider-Man #187 (or El Asombroso Hombre Arana #183.)