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Real Comics History, ep. 5 - The Year in Comics 1968
C'mon get happy everybody! For this week's "classic" re-upload, flower children Reggie (@reggiereggie) and Chris (@acecomics) discuss the year in comics... 1968! This isn't so much an "according to them" sorta show, considering that neither of the fellas had yet graced the planet with their presence... however, with the benefit of hindsight (and the internet) they break down all the big news in the comics biz.
What better way to prepare for this weekend's milestone 69th episode than discussing a year ending in 68? Well, there's probably many better ways, but this is all we got!
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Originally aired in lieu of a Young Animal Segment during Weird Science DC Comics Podcast, Episode 110 (February 12, 2017)
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TAGS: Comics History, Silver-Age, 1960's, 1968, Vietnam, Underground Comix, Doom Patrol, Arnold Drake, Dick Giordano, comics distribution, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Tales of Suspense, Strange Tales, Tales to Astonish, Richard Nixon
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