Fawcett comics survives

Should we change this title to "The Big 4 comics industry"

  • Yes

    Votes: 5 38.5%
  • Yes but it will have to change when Image comics is formed?

    Votes: 3 23.1%
  • No Fawcett comics survives is a good title

    Votes: 6 46.2%

  • Total voters
    13
  • Poll closed .
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Swarm (Fritz von Meyer) is a fictional supervillain first appearing in American comic books published by CBS Comics. The character has been mainly featured as an enemy of Mary Marvel. His entire body is composed of Venusion Bees surrounding his skeleton. He is a great connection to link Captain Nazi & Mister Mind
Is this the debut of Devil's Dagger?
 
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Swarm (Fritz von Meyer) is a fictional supervillain first appearing in American comic books published by CBS Comics. The character has been mainly featured as an enemy of Mary Marvel. His entire body is composed of Venusion Bees surrounding his skeleton. He is a great connection to link Captain Nazi & Mister Mind
When did Fawcett introduce Ghost Rider?
I think that he a far darker character then Fawcett normally does.

Who is the Black Widow Stand In on this cover?
 
When did Fawcett introduce Ghost Rider?
I think that he a far darker character then Fawcett normally does.

Who is the Black Widow Stand In on this cover?
  1. When Fawcett merged with Magazine Enterprise in the late 50s they got the rights to Ghost Rider
  2. Black Widows design is used for Devils Dagger
  3. I was going to use Atlas comics Grim Ghost as Fawcett's Ghost Rider but decided to use that design for when Minute man enlisted Lord Percy Bentley to S.A.T.U.R.N
 
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In 1976 Hammer films made Vampirella
Directed by Alan Gibson​
Caroline Munro who had previously worked for Hammer in Dracula 1972 A.D would play Harris Publication's titillating Heroine with former Doctor Who John Pertwee replacing Peter Cushing as Vami's ally Mordecai Pendragon.
The Film was a sexy and fun story involving alien vampires, fast cars, and a plot at world dommination by Hitler's severed brain. It probably would have been a bigger hit had it not been released in the US the same week Rocky came out but the role of Vampirella helped elevate Munro's career getting her the role of Maj. Anya Amasova in the James Bond movie The Spy who loved me. and return to Hammer in the second Hammer/Toho collaboration as Anne Bonty in Queen of the Sea
Vampirella
would find a cult following in the United States when it was released on Video cassette in the 80's
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In 1976 Hammer films made Vampirella
Directed by Alan Gibson​
Caroline Munro who had previously worked for Hammer in Dracula 1972 A.D would play Harris Publication's titillating Heroine with former Doctor Who John Pertwee replacing Peter Cushing as Vami's ally Mordecai Pendragon.
The Film was a sexy and fun story involving alien vampires, fast cars, and a plot at world dommination by Hitler's severed brain. It probably would have been a bigger hit had it not been released in the US the same week Rocky came out but the role of Vampirella helped elevate Munro's career getting her the role of Maj. Anya Amasova in the James Bond movie The Spy who loved me. and return to Hammer in the second Hammer/Toho collaboration as Anne Bonty in Queen of the Sea
Vampirella
would find a cult following in the United States when it was released on Video cassette in the 80's
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I take it that this Version of Vampirella did not have the nudity that was originally going to be in the movie.
One of the reasons ,that Hammer did not do the Vampirella movie in the OTL is that none of the actresses that got offer the role wanted to do the nudity.
 
I take it that this Version of Vampirella did not have the nudity that was originally going to be in the movie.
One of the reasons ,that Hammer did not do the Vampirella movie in the OTL is that none of the actresses that got offer the role wanted to do the nudity.
They would probably go for sultry lighting and 'nude teases' with lots of shadows and strategic use of furniture to imply a character is nude without showing anything more explicit than a bit of thigh or perhaps sideboob.
 
They would probably go for sultry lighting and 'nude teases' with lots of shadows and strategic use of furniture to imply a character is nude without showing anything more explicit than a bit of thigh or perhaps sideboob.
Who says that Vampirella is the only female character in the movie?
 
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In May of 1976 Harvey Pekar first published American Splendor, a series of autobiographical comic books written by Harvey Pekar and drawn by a variety of artists starting with Robert Crumb. The first issue was published in 1976 and the most recent in September 2008, with publication occurring at irregular intervals. Publishers have been, at various times, Harvey Pekar himself, Dark Horse Comics, and DC Comics
 
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In January 1976 Steve Gerber was able to get Talking Twany's fowl mouth friend Howard the Duck his own comic book and it became a cult favorite parodying comics, movies and even politics as Howard would run for President against Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter much to Hawk and Doves chagrin.
 
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In January 1976 Steve Gerber was able to get Talking Twany's fowl mouth friend Howard the Duck his own comic book and it became a cult favorite parodying comics, movies and even politics as Howard would run for President against Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter much to Hawk and Doves chagrin.
Did Gerber also do a Man Thing style Creature for Fawcett?
I don't remember where you got Roy Thomas and Garry Conway so even if they get together and do Man Thing at Atlas, Gerber could still do a similar style creature for Fawcett. We could be talking about Swamp Thing for DC, Man Thing for Atlas and what ever swamp monster Gerber does for Fawcett.
In the OTL he did Sludge for Malibu comics, Maybe Gerber does a similar creature.
 
Did Gerber also do a Man Thing style Creature for Fawcett?
I don't remember where you got Roy Thomas and Garry Conway so even if they get together and do Man Thing at Atlas, Gerber could still do a similar style creature for Fawcett. We could be talking about Swamp Thing for DC, Man Thing for Atlas and what ever swamp monster Gerber does for Fawcett.
In the OTL he did Sludge for Malibu comics, Maybe Gerber does a similar creature.
Man Thing was already lwas created by the time Roy Thomas got on Stans Shitlist for killing Gwen Stacy causing Roy to go to DC early, Gerber worried about creator freedom went to Fawcett and Charlton as Ditko not getting the acclaim that Lee had for creating Spiderman would be sympathetic Gerry Conway on the other hand stayed with Atlas and in 1976 is the lead editor
 
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Okay my Micronauts segment is taking longer to sort through so here is the roster of the Defenders in 1976 from Atlas Comics
  • Captain America (Steve Rogers - Leader)
  • Thor
  • Ironman (Tony Stark)
  • Antman (Hank Pym - semi retired)
  • Wasp (Janet Pym)
  • Hellcat (Patsy Walker -pre transformation into Tigra)
  • Vision
  • Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maxamoff)
  • Black Atlas (Bill Maxwell)
  • Beast (Henry McCoy)
  • Moondragon
  • Hawkeye (Clint Barton)
 
Man Thing was already lwas created by the time Roy Thomas got on Stans Shitlist for killing Gwen Stacy causing Roy to go to DC early, Gerber worried about creator freedom went to Fawcett and Charlton as Ditko not getting the acclaim that Lee had for creating Spiderman would be sympathetic Gerry Conway on the other hand stayed with Atlas and in 1976 is the lead editor
So you might get Fawcett letting Gerber doing a Swamp Thing style character in the Howard the Duck Title and have it spin off into it own title.
The reverse of the OTL. .
Man Thing is going to just be another Horror Title without Gerber or Roy Thomas. Most likely one of those that is introduced in one of the Marvel Horror titles and never goes beyond that title.
 
So you might get Fawcett letting Gerber doing a Swamp Thing style character in the Howard the Duck Title and have it spin off into it own title.
The reverse of the OTL. .
Man Thing is going to just be another Horror Title without Gerber or Roy Thomas. Most likely one of those that is introduced in one of the Marvel Horror titles and never goes beyond that title.
Well Mothman was supposed to be Fawcett's answer to Swamp/Man Thing but if Steve Gerber insists on having a plant based monster hero, he would probably just use The Heap
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