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Monday, 10 October 2016
PART TWO OF DR. STRANGE CLASSICS: COVER, SPLASH PAGE & PIN-UP GALLERY...
Ready for yet more mystical images from LEE & DITKO's Dr. STRANGE tales from the mid-'60s, as reprinted in the four issue Classics series in 1984? Good, then you've come to the right place as that's just what we've got for you, Criv-ite fans. I first read these stories in a b&w weekly British comic called TERRIFIC way back in 1967, and I knew they were something extra-special even then. This was MARVEL at its very best and no mistake.
If you've never read these yarns before then you've missed out, frantic ones, and could be considered impoverished in your comics collecting lives. However, do not despair - all these pulse-pounding pictures are on view in the Dr. STRANGE OMNIBUS volume - available even as I type these imperishable words. And, what's more, you'll get to see these double-page covers without the irritating personal address labels taking up space in the corners. So what are you hanging around here for?
Race right 'round to your local comicbook store right away and immerse yourselves in the wondrous worlds of Dr. Strange by buying your very own awesome Omnibus volume before they sell out. You don't want to miss it.
And below is the ALEX ROSS cover of the Omnibus edition.
Posted by Kid at Monday, October 10, 2016