Saturday, December 22, 2012

Holiday Reading Room: A CHRISTMAS CAROL "Stave Five"

Ebenezer Scrooge despised and loathed Christmas.
Not just the holiday, mind you, but also any and all who celebrated it!
But, thanks to what we today would call an "intervention" by the ghost of his business partner, Scrooge awakens on Christmas morning, profoundly changed...
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, Ron Wilson, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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Friday, December 21, 2012

Holiday Reading Room: A CHRISTMAS CAROL "Stave Four"

Thanks to the powers of the Ghost of Christmas Present, Ebenezer Scrooge witnesses how, despite unfortunate circumstances or lack of money, most people (including the family of his clerk Bob Cratchit) joyously celebrate the holiday.
Then, the specter disappears, leaving Scrooge on a fog-bound London street.
But the misanthropic miser is not alone...
Tomorrow:
(C'mon, it's a Marvel book!)
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, Ron Wilson, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Holiday Reading Room: A CHRISTMAS CAROL "Stave Three"

Scrooge travelled through time with the Spirit of Christmas Past to relive Christmases from his childhood to the recent past.
Now as Ebenezer is safely ensconced back in bed, the clock chimes, and a second specter appears...
Tomorrow:
(C'mon, it's a Marvel book!)
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, Ron Wilson, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Holiday Reading Room: A CHRISTMAS CAROL "Stave Two"

Christmas Eve.
Ebenezer Scrooge, disgusted at the irresponsible attitiudes of the celebrating throngs of Yuletide partiers, closes up shop and goes home...where he is confronted by the ghost of his deceased business partner, Jacob Marley.
The spirit warns Scrooge that three other specters will visit him over the next few hours...
Tomorrow:
(C'mon, it's a Marvel book!)
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, Ron Wilson, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Holiday Reading Room: A CHRISTMAS CAROL "Stave One"

It's the single most famous Christmas story (besides the Nativity itself)...
...told in the Mighty Marvel Manner in this never-reprinted tale!
Tomorrow:
(C'mon, it's a Marvel book!)
Adapted by Doug Moench, based on the novella by Charles Dickens.
Credited to "Diverse Hands", the art styles I recognize include Bob Hall, Frank Giacoia, Frank Springer, Dave Cockrum, Marie Severin, Carmine Infantino, Steve Leialoha, John Romita Sr, Al Milgrom, Mike Esposito, Tom Palmer, and probably anybody who wandered into the Bullpen while this book was in production!
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