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Marvel Comics (1939) #1

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wienke1
wienke1

To be able to go back and see how it all began is truly wonderful.  The Marvel Universe as we know it today started with The Human Torch and Sub Mariner, and in this one comic, you can step back in time and soak it all in.  I read all the stories just for kicks and to see the progression of Marvel over the years, but to think that these characters were around in 1939 and during the World War II era is simply amazing.  Looking very forward to reading many more of the old publications to get the history behind it all.

hayden02
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Human torch is good, if you ignore the bad art its kinda a good story about a robot/clone(don't know what it is) that combusts uncontrollably. Namor is amazing, that's all I can say. Angel is a good batmanish story, even though I still have no idea who the heck he is or why he kills people. ka-zar is meh and not interesting. I didn't read the rest.

Livethehero
Livethehero member

I like these comics... I have a whole tub of the 70's comics including 3 sinful DC comics...

eharriett
eharriett member

The origin of Marvel Comics. A good golden age issue

weemavis
weemavis

Was cool seeing the old style and enjoyed the Human Torch.. Classic stuff.

JFW1980
JFW1980 member

Human Torch & Sub-Mariner are a must read. Jungle Story about the diamonds thieves is awful. Also, skip the short story about the racing car.

hluu3
hluu3

@&& the comics