Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Black and White Wednesday: F.O.O.M. Magazine #3

Can you dig it, Groove-ophiles? It's  the special all-Spider-Man issue F.O.O.M. Magazine #3 (Fall 1973) for your enjoyment and edification! Art by Steranko, John Romita Sr., and Sal Buscema! Games, news, history, a checklist, and mucho more! Who loves ya, baby?





























5 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this Groove! I too was a proud Foomer in my youth. I even submitted my own drawing to the character contest. Sadly, it was not selected for publication. *sniff* I waited (and waited)for Humus Sapiens to show up in a Marvel mag. I have this dim recollection of Stan announcing that he was going to be part of the upcoming all new X-Men book. When GS X-Men #1 came out, I remember being surprised and confused that Mike's creation was nowhere to be found.

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  2. Some of those super-hero entries are actually pretty good!
    Well, maybe not the Human Crab, but...

    "Don't succumb, read FOOM!"
    M.P.

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  3. Humus showed up much, MUCH later in Thunderbolts

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  4. Thanks for another great issue of FOOM, Groove! I just love checking out these issues I always wanted but never got to see...

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  5. Thanks for posting this because I remember this issue! I signed up for F.O.O.M. since the first issue and am very sorry I didn't save them all. Being a kid in the 70's, I was pouring over each and every issue to learn the secrets of Marvel Comics. It's too bad this club didn't continue into the 80's because it would have given us a glimpse of the Jim Shooter years where he was the Editor in Chief.

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