Monday, June 27, 2022

QBP #184 - Creatures on the Loose 26

Quarter-Bin Podcast #184

Creatures on the Loose #26, Marvel Comics, cover-dated November 1973, for #AdventureComicsMonth.

"Tower of the Serpent-Women," written by Gardner Fox, with art by Val Mayerick & Wayne Howard. Adapted from the novel by Lin Carter.

What happens when Professor Alan is joined by Billy D to talk about one of comic's Top Ten All-Time Barbarians!!!

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  1. Never read any Thongorr. He sounds like a perfectly serviceable barbarian type.

    But I would be remiss if I didn't tell both you and Billy D to head out and buy the 2 best DC barbarian books that ever hit the shelf - Beowulf and Stalker.

    Both had short runs. Both are fantastic. But Beowulf, in particular, is a wild ride fueled by testosterone and (presumably) psychedelics. And both can usually be found in the cheap bins.

    I beg you to check them out when you can!

    1. "Serviceable" is about right.

      Beowulf and Stalker are very good, but htey need to have more issues on the app!!!!!