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Discover a wide collection of Marvel comic books featuring your favorite superheroes and their epic adventures. Immerse yourself in the world of Marvel and relive the excitement of iconic storylines and characters.
Uncanny X-Men vs. the Super Friends! by Gwhitmore Dc Comics, Marvel Comics, Marvel, X Men, Dc Comics Vs Marvel, Marvel Dc Comics, Marvel Dc, Marvel Comic Books, Marvel Comics Covers

Description This is the coda to the cover I posted on Halloween. I did them at the same time but apparently forgot to post this one. I'm an old man so it's bound to happen. Super Friends shown are Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Robin. Art is by Ramona Frandon and Bob Smith X-Men are Colossus, Storm, Nightcrawler, Banshee Wolverine and Professor Xavier. Art by Dave Cockrum

Seth B
marvel silver age comic book covers | similar thing happened with the early Thor issues; at first there ... Marvel Comics, The Mighty Thor, Marvel Thor, Silver Age Comics, Silver Age Comic Books, Marvel Dc Comics, Marvel Comic Books, Marvel Superheroes, Marvel Comics Covers

The Marvel covers did not start out all that different from the DC covers, although that soon changed. The early Fantastic Four covers featured the characters demonstrating their various powers: The characters are so iconic to us these days that it can be hard to remember that back in 1961, kids had no idea who the FF were, or what they could do, so it was important to give them an idea quickly. As I have mentioned in the past, this may be the real reason the early FF issues started out with…

Debbie Ratzloff
Marvel Comics Superheroes Game Card 18 - Vision by RedRaspus, via Flickr Marvel, Batman, Superman, Dc Comics, Captain Marvel, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Marvel Comics Superheroes Card Game, Marvel Posters

Does anyone out there remember the Marvel Comics Superheroes Card Game? I was pretty little when I got this, but basically it's "Old Maid" with Dr. Doom as the Old Maid. I played this quite a bit as a kid, and somehow it just got relegated to a shelf at my grandparents' house. When my grandmother passed away, I discovered it, and low and behold -- here it is for you. It is by far the most popular set of images I have on Flickr and a friend even used them in some cool videos he made. Be sure…

Kristina Miller