Added: Antonino Woolf - Date: 25.09.2021 20:23 - Views: 48810 - Clicks: 2236
Post a Comment. B elieve it or not, images possess a great power - the power to return a person to the time and place they first saw them. And so it was that I found myself transported odd years into the past when I rediscovered this issue series in a cardboard box earlier tonight.
Once more I was in my room in the house I lived in at the time, and once again I was standing in the large cupboard that contained my black metal filing cabinet in which I kept most of my comics. I'd probably need around 20 filing cabinets now, and that's just a conservative estimate. So strongly do I associate these mags with the house I then lived in that I almost feel out of place in my present surroundings, as if I've suddenly been transported into another dimension.
However, I'm sure you're not here to read my self-indulgent ramblings, you're here for the pretty piccies. So here's an even dozen of them to either remind you of comics you had back in the mid-'80s, or to show you what you missed if you weren't around at the time. However, such is the reverence that some fans and comic pros have for all things Kirby, it was decided to revive them in a issue limited series.
If I ever get around to re-reading the issues, maybe the memories will come flooding back, but if you're looking for a detailed review of the plot then you've come to the wrong blog, Charlie. They've more than likely been reprinted in a collected edition by now, so if you're interested in finding out what the storyline was all about, you could try tracking down a copy on ebay. In the meantime, feel entirely free to enjoy Crivens' cataclysmic cover gallery. No comments:.
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