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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.

Where Monsters Dwell #1-38

This month we feature a look back to the late sixties and early seventies and Marvels venture into horror comic reprints and my favourite title from the period: Where Monsters Dwell. We’ll begin with a quick overview of this period…

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Overvalued Overstreet | Fantastic Four #24

Fantastic Four #24 March 1964 The Infant Terrible A standard Kirby/Lee production In this month’s edition of Overvalued Overstreet we turn our attention to comic retailers and collectors current nightmare: the dreaded “run” book.  I always chuckle at this term…

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Arcs & Runs | Incredible Hulk 1-6

We continue our series on the “First Six” this month featuring the first six issues of the Incredible Hulk. This series is unique in that it was cancelled after issue #6. Commercially it might have failed, or it could have…

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Undervalued Spotlight #307

Marvel Team-Up Annual #4, Pawns of the Purple Man, Marvel Comics, August 1981. Cover Art and story by Frank Miller, Interior art by Herb Trimpe, Inking by Mike Esposito. Walt: Here’s another fantastic contribution to the Undervalued Spotlight from Mike…

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Fantastic Four 61-67

We continue our look at one of the greatest runs of comics in Marvel’s super-hero history: Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, & Stan Lee’s Fantastic Four. This is part three of the series and today we feature the tail end of…

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Undervalued Spotlight #302

Superman #100 DC Comics September/October 1955. In today’s Undervalued Spotlight we venture back in time to one of the bleakest periods in the super-hero comic book genre. The year is 1955 and the Golden age of comic books is winding…

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Undervalued Spotlight #295

Captain America Vol. 5 #11 Time for another great Guest Spotlight from the indomitable lion that is Mike Huddleston. Mike’s on his way out to the east coast of Canada for some fishing; my bet is he’s got a secret stash…

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Amazing Spider-Man 31-33

This month’s Arcs & Runs looks at a famous Spider-Man versus Doctor Octopus story that ranks amongst Spidey’s best. This fan favourite has been on my “to do” list for some time. It has been covered already in part by…

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Undervalued Spotlight #290

Amazing Spider-Man #200, January 1980: The Spider and the Burglar… A Sequel. Cover by John Romita Sr., pencils Keith Pollard, inks Jim Mooney. Story by Marv Wolfman and special guest writer Stan Lee. Sometimes a good buy can be right…

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