Friday, January 13, 2017

Grooviest Covers of All Time: Thirteen #13s for the Thirteenth

Yep, just what the title says, baby...












How many of these are you lucky enough to have?

7 comments:

  1. Hi Groove, Charlie only has 4! Love the Captain Marvel! Enjoyed Lot yesterday! Nor Harvey is always welcome!!! Cheers!

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    1. More Harvey is coming, CH47! They're haaaaaaard to find, but for you...;D

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  2. Man, that last one is a HECK of a cover! Cool!

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  3. I've got four of the originals and two reprints! Not too shabby, if I may say.
    In that issue of Conan, a guy gets eaten by a giant spider.
    Brrr. I'm an arachnophobe, and that stuff give me the willies.
    Pleasure to see these covers!

    M.P.

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  4. The Frank Brunner run on Dr. Strange was phenomenal. I thought Ye Olde Groove would feature more of it leading up to the movie.

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    1. And I would have if they weren't so abundantly in (re-)print. It was a thrill to meet Brunner in Cincy last fall. The look on his face when I told him that he "blew my nine year old mind" was priceless! "You read those when you were nine?" he laughed. Said I, "Yeah, but I didn't say I UNDERSTOOD them." A truly memorable moment for moi!

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  5. The only one I had was the DC Super Stars/Sergio Aragones special. I was a big fan back then, but don't remember much about it, other than it seemed to be a lost issue of PLOP!....seems like it was double-sized the last few issues and just disappeared with little fanfare. Anyway, Cain, Abel, and Eve appeared between stories, just like PLOP!

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