Flex and Wolter's Den of Nerdly Awesomeness

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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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… said no one ever to a Kevin.
In that first panel he looks like he's being forced to apologize.

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revbob wrote:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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… said no one ever to a Kevin.
In that first panel he looks like he's being forced to apologize.
And Kevin's looking at him thinking, "Yeah, right, you fucker. *I'll* never forget every shitty thing you said to me."
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Yeah, I've seen that face before. It's the guys being forced to be nice to me after bullying me at school or whatever.
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Yeah, I've seen that face before. It's the guys being forced to be nice to me after bullying me at school or whatever.
Oh shit and the orphan kid is named Kevin.

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Pretty sure adopting or fostering kids, even Kevins, involves paperwork and the like. It's not like picking out a lobster from a tank at a restaurant.
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Pretty sure adopting or fostering kids, even Kevins, involves paperwork and the like. It's not like picking out a lobster from a tank at a restaurant.
This is some black market human trafficking shit. Kevin is gonna be chained up in the basement.

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revbob wrote:
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
18 May 2020, 8:48am
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Pretty sure adopting or fostering kids, even Kevins, involves paperwork and the like. It's not like picking out a lobster from a tank at a restaurant.
This is some black market human trafficking shit. Kevin is gonna be chained up in the basement.
That would explain all the sly grins.
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Haven't read a comic in years, but I just finished Superman Smashes the Klan and it was an utter delight. Exactly what I love in superhero comics. Pure, Nazi punching and immigrant-accepting joy.
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Haven't read a comic in years, but I just finished Superman Smashes the Klan and it was an utter delight. Exactly what I love in superhero comics. Pure, Nazi punching and immigrant-accepting joy.
Same here, but this sounds like something I might enjoy.

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Olaf wrote:
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Flex wrote:
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Haven't read a comic in years, but I just finished Superman Smashes the Klan and it was an utter delight. Exactly what I love in superhero comics. Pure, Nazi punching and immigrant-accepting joy.
Same here, but this sounds like something I might enjoy.
Yes post bootleg images Flex.

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Probably only of real interest to Dr. Hookenstein, but today I learned these two longtime stalwarts of the Silver and Bronze Age of comics were friends since high school, and graduated together from the school of visual arts in 1948 (along with Wally Wood). Explains why they worked together for like 40 years.
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Wolter wrote:
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Probably only of real interest to Dr. Hookenstein, but today I learned these two longtime stalwarts of the Silver and Bronze Age of comics were friends since high school, and graduated together from the school of visual arts in 1948 (along with Wally Wood). Explains why they worked together for like 40 years.
Ross Andru will always be my Spider-man artist. He was on Amazing when I started reading—the Doc Ock-Ghost of Hammerhead story, to be precises—so he'll always be my standard (in the same way that Gerry Conway and Len Wein are my Spidey writers).
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 5:42pm
Wolter wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 2:58pm
Probably only of real interest to Dr. Hookenstein, but today I learned these two longtime stalwarts of the Silver and Bronze Age of comics were friends since high school, and graduated together from the school of visual arts in 1948 (along with Wally Wood). Explains why they worked together for like 40 years.
Ross Andru will always be my Spider-man artist. He was on Amazing when I started reading—the Doc Ock-Ghost of Hammerhead story, to be precises—so he'll always be my standard (in the same way that Gerry Conway and Len Wein are my Spidey writers).
. I remembered you saying that. And I’m pretty sure Esposito was his inker first most If not all of it. They were almost always paired together.
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Wolter wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 6:06pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 5:42pm
Wolter wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 2:58pm
Probably only of real interest to Dr. Hookenstein, but today I learned these two longtime stalwarts of the Silver and Bronze Age of comics were friends since high school, and graduated together from the school of visual arts in 1948 (along with Wally Wood). Explains why they worked together for like 40 years.
Ross Andru will always be my Spider-man artist. He was on Amazing when I started reading—the Doc Ock-Ghost of Hammerhead story, to be precises—so he'll always be my standard (in the same way that Gerry Conway and Len Wein are my Spidey writers).
. I remembered you saying that. And I’m pretty sure Esposito was his inker first most If not all of it. They were almost always paired together.
Yeah, on the Conway issues, I'm pretty sure. He was inking Romita and Jim Mooney as Mickey Demeo back in the 60s, too. In a way, Mike Esposito is the key figure in post-Ditko Spider-man art all the way to almost the 80s.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 7:02pm
Wolter wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 6:06pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 5:42pm
Wolter wrote:
17 Jul 2020, 2:58pm
Probably only of real interest to Dr. Hookenstein, but today I learned these two longtime stalwarts of the Silver and Bronze Age of comics were friends since high school, and graduated together from the school of visual arts in 1948 (along with Wally Wood). Explains why they worked together for like 40 years.
Ross Andru will always be my Spider-man artist. He was on Amazing when I started reading—the Doc Ock-Ghost of Hammerhead story, to be precises—so he'll always be my standard (in the same way that Gerry Conway and Len Wein are my Spidey writers).
. I remembered you saying that. And I’m pretty sure Esposito was his inker first most If not all of it. They were almost always paired together.
Yeah, on the Conway issues, I'm pretty sure. He was inking Romita and Jim Mooney as Mickey Demeo back in the 60s, too. In a way, Mike Esposito is the key figure in post-Ditko Spider-man art all the way to almost the 80s.
Fans of wild 60s DC comics probably enjoyed their run on Metal Men as well. Though the normies probably knew them for Eonder Woman.
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