IRON MAN AND CAPTAIN AMERICA: A salute to Marvel’s split series of the ’60s…
Paul Kupperberg wrote a beaut of a column earlier this month about 1968 and 13 WAYS it was a remarkable, watershed year for comics. I highly recommend it — and you can check it out here.
Mini-spoiler: One of his 13 entries noted the end of Marvel’s split books, series like Tales of Suspense, Tales to Astonish and Strange Tales, which were double features because of limitations on the number of titles the company could publish each month.
So, I thought, hey — let’s do 13 COVERS on each of these books! And here we are, with Tales of Suspense. (Next is Tales to Astonish. Click here.)
— PAUL KUPPERBERG: 13 Ways the Year 1968 Transformed Comic Books Forever. Click here.
— 13 TALES TO ASTONISH COVERS Just to Make You Feel Good. Click here.