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Circa 1966: Fantastic Four #48

The coming of Galactus! The first appearance of Norrin Radd! Uatu looking really buff! And Black Bolt being a total BAMF! This classic comic by the legendary team of Lee & Kirby is finally available on comiXology

(Also, can we talk about how fabulous Uatu’s shoe’s look on the cover?)

Circa 1973 - Defenders Vol.1 #8
Defenders!…eerrr…Defend!? In this classic issue on sale today, The Defenders manage to contact the imprisoned Black Knight, who is trapped in another dimension. Loki then deceives the team into collecting the pieces of the Evil Eye! Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema deliver the goods in a story as influential today as it was when it was first released.   High-res

Circa 1973 - Defenders Vol.1 #8

Defenders!…eerrr…Defend!? In this classic issue on sale today, The Defenders manage to contact the imprisoned Black Knight, who is trapped in another dimension. Loki then deceives the team into collecting the pieces of the Evil Eye! Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema deliver the goods in a story as influential today as it was when it was first released.

Kevin’s Picks of The Week (8/21/2013)

  • PICK OF THE WEEK: Edison Rex #9: Things get Meta in this issue and I personally loved every minute of it. There’s even a few Guided ViewTM Native moments stuck in for good measure.  Do yourself a favor and pick this one up, you won’t be disappointed.
  • Daredevil #30: This self-contained story gives the Man Without Fear a taste of the Power Cosmic and a sweet one at that. If you’ve been wondering what all the fuss is about with this series, this issue is just what you need to be reading.
  • Bloodshot #0: Got to love a good secret origin story. Another self-contained single issue, this one shines a light on the Bloodshot project’s early days with an ending that is guaranteed to shock!
  • Doc Unknown #2: This gem of an indie books is fresh from comiXology Submit, yes it’s another secret origin issue but the art is fun and the story top-notch. If you’ve been looking for something new, check out Doc Unknown.

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