Tag Archives: Silver Age

31 Days of Comic Art Obscurity

“You seemed to be having fun with your Instagram account last month,” the mysterious Story Girl said as she sat down across the table from me in the lounge. The indie publishing house owner had chosen a good night to … Continue reading

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Who Knows What Evil Lurks in the Hearts of Men?

Archie Comics obtained the publishing rights to The Shadow during the 1960s, turning the character into a typical Silver Age-style superhero, even allowing him the sesquipedalian tendency, common to crime fighters of the period, of using such words “delectation.”  At … Continue reading

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