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The Marvel Age is Upon Us!

 

Hello Legions of the Unspoken!

Hope you’re getting ready for the holidays in style!  In the meantime, take a look at a few excerpts from Marvel Age #132 (Jan 1994)!  I am sure all of you recall the Marvel hype magazine that was on seemingly every newsstand in the 90’s, but I could never find it at my local comics shop!

We’ve got news here on an NFL/X-Men team-up, new revelations for the X-Men, a Spider-Man magazine for the younger folks, and even THomas the Tank Engine!

I’m also tossing in the December checklist!  Let us know what you would have been picking up in the comments!

 

PS”  SLUDGE PODCAST COMING VERY SOON!

 

Marvel Age #132 (1994) - Page 1

Marvel Age #132 (1994) - Page 3

Marvel Age #132 (1994) - Page 4

Marvel Age #132 (1994) - Page 29

Marvel Age #132 (1994) - Page 30

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Inversion as Delight-A USAgent Gallery!!!

Hey folks!  Unfortunately, Angel Hayes is running into technical issues, and she can’t get her great article on Starman up!  But keep your eyes peeled here over the next few days for it, and in the meantime, enjoy a gallery of one of my favorite heroes of the 90’s USAgent!

USAgent started out as a hero called the Super-Patriot, who got his powers from the Power Broker.  He goads Captain America into fighting him, and eventually replaces the Cap for a period of time!  When Steve Rogers comes back to being Captain America, John Walker sticks around as USAgent, doing work for the Commission on Super-Human Activities, joining the Avengers, joining Force Works, and eventually hunting down the Thunderbolts.

I first saw the guy when I started collecting the Marvel cards that were very popular in the 90’s.  I loved him instantly.  I loved his Captain America knock-off costume (which had actually been worn by Steve Rogers during the time that John Walker was Captain America), I loved that he had his own shield, and when I got to read some Avengers West Coast, I loved his attitude.  He and Guy Gardner remind me a lot of one another, in that they are jerks who aren’t evil who got superpowers.  The superhero world makes it easy for us to forget that in the real world, many folks are jerks who are not evil.  It’s fun to watch USAgent talk with his (at least in their eyes) morally superior teammates.

Enjoy this Gallery of USAgent pics, and be here when Starman heads your way, and don’t forget Super Blog Team-Up a week from Wednesday!

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WestCoastAvengers #102 - Page 1 WestCoastAvengers #98 - Page 1 usagent bloodties WestCoastAvengers #60 - Page 1 WestCoastAvengers #68 - Page 1 WestCoastAvengers #81 - Page 1 WestCoastAvengers #93 - Page 1 US Agent V1 #4 (1993) - Page 1 US Agent V1 #3 (1993) - Page 1 US Agent V1 #2 (1993) - Page 1 US Agent V1 #1 - Page 1 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series V (1994) - Page 335 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series III (1992) - Page 166 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series III (1992) - Page 165 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series V (1994) - Page 334 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series V (1994) - Page 57 Force Works #16 - Page 1 Force Works #7 - Page 1 Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series IV (1993) - Page 152 Force Works #1 - Page 1Force Works #3 - Page 1Marvel Universe Trading Cards - Series IV (1993) - Page 151