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I have always been a sucker for Neal Adams covers, even on magazines. Anyone else remember watching these shows on TV? And that's before NETFLIX, cable or even remote controls!




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Not Neal Adams, but another TV show from the 70's.


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This one looks like it belongs in your collection, JSAmand.


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LEBANON










These are all Arabic editions from Lebanon of Charlton issues of The Six Million Dollar Man. In Lebanon this series featured the Charlton stories as well as Marvel stories featuring Conan and Shang Chi, among others.

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When I was a kid, Ron Ely was Tarzan on TV. Then he became The Man Of Bronze.


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Great mags, ya'll

And, yes, esaravo, that Halls of Hammer does belong in my collection!
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These 1970 issues of Shonen feature original Spider-Man manga stories only published in Japan. Unlike the Hulk manga, these stories were reprinted several times in Japan and partially translated (although edited) and published in English in the US by Marvel.







These Japanese Playboy issues from 1976 are almost entirely comics and feature the first translations of US Amazing Spider-Man stories in Japanese!




This is an example of a 1970 Bokura issue that features an original Hulk manga story only published in Japan and never reprinted anywhere.

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Found a few more to close this out. Sorry about the glare on some of the pics.


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Lots of awesome magazines. Cant wait to see part two
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