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Captain America 332

The “Cap quits!” issue is of course a Key Copper Age Comic, and we had a previous post showing Marvel’s teaser / promo poster for it. Classic Mike Zeck / Klaus Janson cover…Happy President’s . . . → Read More: Captain America 332

Repost: Ball Busting Boston Brothers, 1991

We posted once before, but SO worthy of a revisit: comic book collecting brothers, with their New England accents, presenting some of their prized back issues . . . → Read More: Repost: Ball Busting Boston Brothers, 1991

What If…? 7 and 10

Marvel’s 1989 What If…? relaunch was fairly successful overall, but as far as individual issues of the series go, these be the ones that collectors were most after during the Copper Age.

Rob Liefeld doing the cover and interior pencils (over Jim Valentino’s layouts) with Scott Williams inking, for issue 7′s What If Wolverine was an Agent . . . → Read More: What If…? 7 and 10

Assorted Comic Book Posters, 1990

Hey, one or more of these quite possibly hung on your wall during the Copper Age! As advertised in a late 1990 American Entertainment catalog…

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Comic Images Promotional Poster, December 1989

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Zeck / Zimelman Iron Man Poster

FINALLY found a shot (grabbed from an eBay listing) of the Iron Man poster I mentioned on this post. Turns out I remembered it quite accurately, but hey, it did hang on my bedroom wall for a while…

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Secret Wars Promotional Poster, 1984

Actually, this was probably sent to comic shops in late 1983; we here on Very Fine / Near Mint define the Copper Age of Comics’ starting point as Secret Wars (1984), so this promotional poster makes the cut by association!

Anyway, compare the below to the Secret Wars house ad, which we . . . → Read More: Secret Wars Promotional Poster, 1984