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    THE FIRST COMIC BOOK STAN LEE EVER WROTE FOR......

    Marshaling his childhood ambition to be a writer, young Stanley Lieber made his comic-book debut with the text filler "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" in Captain America Comics #3 (cover-dated May 1941), using the pseudonym Stan Lee, which years later he would adopt as his legal name.


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    I used to see a fair few of these "HUMAN FLY" comics kicking about when I was a kid. The tagline: "Because he's real!" used to intrigue me, and I wondered what the story was behind that....

    So, without further ado, I shall now finally investigate....

    Back in two ticks.....
     
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    A SATIRICAL PIECE ON THE HUMAN FLY......

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    The Human Fly - daredevil Rick Rojatt, 1976: CBC Archives | CBC




     
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    They should find and re-use his original costume from the video if they ever make a movie.

    Sure it will stink a bit, but it's definitive.
     
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    The Marvel Comics Landfill - 250,000 Unsold Books Discovered




     
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    Some covers just stick in your mind.....

    I so wanted this when I saw it endlessly advertised in other titles.......


    I still haven't read it. :emoji_head_bandage:




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    Moments too.....


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    Comicbook.com reports that Marvel Comics today announced Spider-Man: Life Story, a new six-issue miniseries set to launch in spring 2019. Written by Chip Zdarsky (who recently concluded a truly remarkable run on Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man) and with art from Amazing and Ultimate Spider-Man’s Mark Bagley, Spider-Man: Life Story has a simple premise:


    Peter Parker became a superhero in 1962. What if we followed his entire life over six decades, as he grew up as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in an ever-changing, ever-growing world?

    Not only will Life Story examine the act of Peter growing older over the course of its run, it won’t keep his exploits contained to the street-level superhero fights you might expect. The first issue, set in 1966, will see a young Peter tackle a grave test of his commitment to great power and great responsibility, as he wrestles with the United States entering the turmoil of the Vietnam War. The opportunity to watch a version of Peter Parker evolve and grow over such an extended period, while the world around him—along with the very idea of heroes and villains itself—grows ever more involved and complex, is almost unbearably promising, especially since it’ll be explored by two of the most exciting creative talents in recent Spidey history.

    Spider-Man: Life Story #1 is set to hit shelves in March 2019.
     
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