Daredevil Volume 1, Issue 18: “There Shall Come a Gladiator!”

In which Foggy Nelson causes trouble
364The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge
4/25/15 2:30:28 pm
re: #340 stpaulbear The conservative tsunami was for the last SSM scare, in 2004--they got enough troglodyte fundies to turn out to get Dumbya reelected. That mine is played out.

Published in July 1966, issue #18 of Daredevil featured a cover by John Romita and a storyline in which Foggy Nelson is trying to impress Karen Page — by pretending to be Daredevil himself. Needless to say, things don’t go as Foggy planned and he ends up having to fight …

Daredevil Volume 1, Issue 13: “The Secret of Ka-Zar’s Origin!”

Also starring Maa-Gor the man-ape
66Lidane
4/12/15 8:47:16 pm
Speaking of Daredevil, I'm two episodes into the Netflix series and I'm absolutely digging it. What I've seen so far is great. It's a lot grittier than I expected from Marvel. I wasn't a fan of the character since my ...

Fantastic Four #45, December 1965: “Among Us Hide … the Inhumans!”

Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the Silver Age
321stabby
12/25/12 1:10:53 pm
My mom made prime rib from grass fed-beef last night. You may find it amazing that I never had that before, but I'm from the Bay Area where restaurants don't even serve steaks (too American for us commies, probably). It ...

Iron Man and Sub-Mariner, Issue #1

The first and only issue
609OhCrapIHaveACrushOnSarahPalin
7/05/11 1:42:44 am
re: #599 marjoriemoon Thread's dead, but I know exactly what you're talking about. I have a friend who uses the same so-called "parenting method" with her kid, who is already showing signs of being manipulating, narcissistic, materialistic, unruly, and well ...