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  1. Atlas/Seaboard is the term comic book historians and collectors use to refer to the 1970s line of comics published as Atlas Comics by the American company Seaboard Periodicals, to differentiate from the 1950s' Atlas Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics. Seaboard was located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City

  2. Any fan of humor comics will love this collection from John Benson,reproduced in all their yellowing-paged glory,a compendium of zany,off-the-wall pop-culture parody circa the mid-1950s,as well as illustrating the lengths many of these writers and artists went to in their attempts to copy MAD's formulas.Benson concludes the book with a short ...

  3. El Guapo. A member of X-Statix. Electric Eve. A member of the Morlocks. Electro. Electro is the name of multiple fictional characters from Marvel Comics.. Robot. The first comics character using the Electro alias name was the robot super hero Electro, who possessed superhuman strength and could run at 100 miles per hour.

  4. DC Comics, Inc. is one of the largest American companies in comic books and related media publishing. It is the comics publishing branch of DC Entertainment, Inc., a subsidiary of WarnerMedia (formerly Time Warner), a publishing conglomerate owned by AT&T. For decades, DC Comics has been one of the two largest American comic book companies, along with Marvel Comics. The initials "DC" were ...

  5. Aug 28, 2022 · One of my first jobs in the arts was working with the incredible textile designer, Teresa Hays, at her marbling studio in Franklin, Tennessee. Mornings started at a very loosely interpreted 10 am: Teresa and I popped into the studio, downed a cup of her extra-strong morning coffee, split half of a peanut butter cookie,* then refilled our cups for just the right amount of fuel before mixing ...

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