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Mike Huddleston

Mike was born and raised in Cambridge, Ontario. He has read and collected comics for over 40 years. A Marvel Zombie specializing in the Silver, bronze and early copper age of comics.

My Christmas Wish List

Another Black Friday has passed and today is Cyber Monday. Christmas is just around the corner. Everyone is scurrying around with their shopping lists, “to do” lists, making out Christmas lists, whew! No more lists! Well we have time for…

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The First Six: Sgt. Fury #1-6

Remembrance Day has just past so in this week’s arcs & runs we will take a look at the first six issues of Marvel’s World War II comic title Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos. War comics were very popular…

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Mask & Suspense

In this week’s edition we take a look back into the golden age of comics and two series featuring the art of artist L.B. Cole. In the early 1990’s the Gerber Photo Journals were published – concentrating on the golden…

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Undervalued Spotlight #358

Tim Holt #11 & #17 Published by Magazine Enterprises. It is double your pleasure today on the Undervalued Spotlight featuring the original Ghost Ride circa 1949-1955. Let’s get to it. The creation of the original Ghost Rider was rather unique.…

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The Mighty Thor 145-152

Arcs & Runs #52. Our month-long celebration of Jack “King” Kirby’s 100th birthday continues in Arcs & Runs with a look at another one of Kirby’s long running characters the Mighty Thor. Thor has always been one of my favourite characters…

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Fantastic Four 25-30

Arcs & Runs #51. It’s time to take my semi-annual look at another segment of the landmark Kirby-Lee run on the Fantastic Four issues #1-67. We are on segment number five if you are counting (and I am). Early Fantastic…

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Our Army At War #83

It seems a little odd writing about war comics in the middle of the most festive time of the year. It is this time of year however when I think about war the most. The sacrifices that others have made…

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Fantastic Four 35-40

This week we take another look back at the Fantastic Four and another small run within opening #1-67 run of this fabulous book. This is part four if you are counting. Stories by Stan Lee, awesome art by jolly Jack…

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Undervalued Spotlight #320

Amazing Spider-Man #3, Marvel, July 1963. Every now and again I’m lucky enough to have Mike Huddleston come to the shop for a nice visit. I’m not sure what I enjoy more, catching up with Mike or the coffee and…

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