Tag Archives: 1972

When a Kid Needs Money

Sung to the tune of When a Man Loves a Woman?

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To Each His Own

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The Three Faces of Bobby Sherman

Hello, dear readers. Mrs. Crankipants here. I’m taking over the comics column this week as we harken back to a time when there were actually comics available and bought by legions of prepubescent girls. I’m talking about romance comics. I … Continue reading

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Attaining the Unattainable

Did you know you could sleep with Raquel Welch for $1.98?

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I Was a $1.98 Werewolf

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Vampire Blood!

This was sort of a forbidden fruit for kids growing up in the early 1970s.

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What I Miss About Comics – Coffee, Tea or Me

Tucked away in an issue of Special Marvel Edition No. 5 is yet another career training ad. This one is for career training for jobs in the airline industry, and it seems to push the fringe benefits of free airline … Continue reading

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