Archive for: Steve Gerber

All Quacked Up: Steve Gerber, Marvel Comics, and Howard the Duck

From the hatching to the lawsuit and beyond.

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The Howard the Duck Documents

Contracts, letters, legal briefs, etc.

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Phallus Dei: Tucker Wimps Out

When I wanted to stop with the Man-Thing blogging, Tucker was all like, “oh no, we can’t give up, we have to finish it.” So what does he do for his final installment? Put it on 45 so we can shamble to it.

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Phallus Dei Part 7: Don’t Show Us That

Man Thing Part One;Man Thing Part Two;Man Thing Part Three; Man-Thing Part Four; Man Thing Part Five; Man Thing Part Six_____________________________ So Tucker is definitely liking these more than me, which is to say, he is liking them at all. In Man Thing 9 and 10 he provides a really reasonable defense of Mike Ploog, […]

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Phallus Dei 5: Shambling On

Man Thing Part One;Man Thing Part Two;Man Thing Part Three; Man-Thing Part Four ________________ In his last post, Tucker refused to say anything about Man-Thing #3, preferring instead to talk about his experience caring for killer attack dogs. This was a wise move; I would rather hear about killer attack dogs than about Man-Thing #3. […]

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Phallus Dei Part 3: Very Special Man-Thing

We’re following up on some Tucker Stone on Man-Thing action. At the conclusion of his review Tucker laments that he didn’t get to review Fear #15 because it looked like Man-Thing fought fighter jets and that seemed like it might be cool. He doesn’t and it isn’t. Fear #15Writer: Steve GerberPenciler: Val MayerikInker Chic Stone […]

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Phallus Dei: A Man-Thing Rises

A while back Tucker Stone and I blogged our way through a volume of Bob Haney’s The Brave and the Bold. We called the series The Cowardly and the Castrated because back then we were just wee little girlie bloggers, and the other bloggers made fun of us, yes, even Matthew Brady and Jog. They […]

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