for Spider-Man (!), Doctor Strange and The Question!
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If you don’t care that you’ve seen this movie before (*cough* “Iron Man” *cough*, etc.), you will find it enjoyable and very funny. Marvel is sticking too close to its formula. This movie could have really delivered in a lot of ways, but chose to play it safe and instead color by (psychedelic) numbers. And I did enjoy the white female Ancient One, but I felt bad doing so.
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…..was in this “rockcomic” album from
Buddah Records, which I had at the age of four or so in 1972. It’s called “Spider-Man: From Beyond The Grave.”
It was a full-length album. The album cover folded out into a centerfold comic pictures that matched the album. So you could “read” the story while listening.
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HOORAY! Christopher J. Priest’s funniest creation, by far!
This means that BOTH “Sherlock” leads are now Marvel characters! Geeks rule, forever! 🙂
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